Need an antidote to stress? Want to do something that's good for your brain and may even help you to live longer? Research shows that giving of your time, talent & treasure not only benefits others, it's good for you too.Learn more >
Have you ever bit into a tomato just picked from the garden that was red, ripe, juicy and bursting with flavor? Can you remember eating a slice of tomato in a pre-packaged sandwich that was pinkish and plastic looking and devoid of flavor and taste?Learn more >
Years ago, you would probably get a phone call with news that a friend had died. But in today's technology driven world, you may first learn about it from a text or on Facebook.Learn more >
A woman missed her normal train home from work, and what happened next impacted her outlook on life. Read what we can all learn from her story.Learn more >
Do you want to congratulate someone for a new accomplishment or a job well done? Maybe you want to express thanks and gratitude, inspire and motivate someone, or just share something that's Good for You to know about. Send someone a Good for You Message today!Learn more >
The Good for You Network is a global web media initiative focusing on: What are you doing now that’s Good for You - Good for Your Own Well-Being? What are you doing now to Make a Positive Difference in the lives of others? The Good for You Newsroom provides news and information, from a wide variety of news sources, that is Good for You to Know About to take charge of your well-being.Learn more >
You might want to think twice before handing your toddler your smartphone. Check out our Good for You Conversation with Dr. Gail Saltz on what you need to know about children, technology and how it impacts their development.
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Check out the Nancy comic strip by Guy Gilchrist, which was inspired by The Good for You Network! Who do you want to thank today?
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Sometimes it doesn't take a lot of money to make a difference in the lives of those going through challenging times. Just ask the owner of a pizza place in Philly.Learn more >
Jimmy Fallon is doing his part to bring thank you notes back into the spotlight! His weekly thank you notes segment on "The Tonight Show" is a humorous reminder that we have so many things to be grateful for. And research shows that expressing gratitude is good for you! From stress relief and better sleep to a more positive outlook, sharing what you’re thankful for benefits you.
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