Health and Wellness
Small steps can improve health and wellness. Exercising more and eating healthier can help us live longer and better lives. For those coping with illness, embracing healing with a positive attitude and a healthful mindset can make a real difference. Taking a day by day approach can help those recovering from addiction and those who face other health challenges.
Inspiring stories by people who face obstacles and find ways to improve their lives—mind, body and soul
When the one you hold dearest faces an illness, there will be some caregiving shifts in your relationship. Here are some uplifting tips to help you persevere through these changes.
Carol Kuykendall relates how she and her husband, Lynn, relied on faith, family, friends and the love of a devoted golden retriever to emerge from their respective battles with cancer.
The award-winning actress and singer discusses the "Warriors in Pink Powered by Ford” programs that assist those dealing with breast cancer and offers her own tip for helping a friend who is battling the disease.
Visiting an elderly mother with dementia, a daughter experiences a small moment of wonder.
Football and family were the focus of Ben Utecht's life, but now the injuries he suffered while playing the game he loved threaten to take him away from the people he cares for most.
For years the ABC "20/20" news anchor suffered secretly. Prayer gave her the strength to deal with her own struggles—and to help others in recovery.
Watch as ABC News 20/20 anchor Elizabeth Vargas discusses her battle with addiction and anxiety.
The non-profit organization's 40-Day Gratitude Trek helps women walk for exercise every day and practice gratitude by writing 40 thank you notes to deserving people.
If your life is more sedentary than it should be but you don't know how to get started, these five tips may be just what you're looking for.
In this story from May 1984, the beloved star of stage and screen shares how she overcame health issues with determination, grit and faith.
In this story from July 1997, the popular actor Art Carney shares the story about how God saw him through heart surgery—and made him a changed man.