Arlington's beloved race is now 41 years running.
Health & Fitness
Can’t-miss trails for when you want to get closer to nature in Arlington and McLean.
Their daughter's illness was not only life-threatening, but rare. That was part of the problem.
Waiting for a new liver or kidney can be a harrowing race against time. Meet two Arlington residents who each beat the odds. Twice.
Clinical anxiety is the most prevalent psychiatric issue in society today. And that includes Northern Virginia.
Arlington resident Adrienne Griffen went into an emotional freefall after her second pregnancy. Now she's helping other new moms to regain their footing.
Bored with your regular workout? Try one of these alternatives—from tabata to barre to aerial yoga.
Local couples in Arlington, McLean and Falls Church weigh the pros and cons of fertility treatments.
What compels thousands of us to hit the roads and trails, day after day? Stress? Friendship? Health? Survival? For many, it's all of the above.
Doctors couldn’t agree on the cause of my husband’s debilitating symptoms, much less how to treat them. Now, new estimates on the prevalence of Lyme disease are bringing the debate to the forefront.
Patrick Ryan survived the cancer that no guy wants to discuss. And he’s not afraid to talk about it.
Why have so many local residents adopted paleo eating and CrossFit workouts with cultlike reverence? One writer ventured to find out.
You don’t have to travel far for a lovely walk in the woods. Try these local hikes along the Potomac.
Some see insomnia as the new normal. Are we victims of our own bad habits?
When grown women develop eating disorders, the habits are hard to break.
Winter is the cruelest time of year for those with seasonal depression. Some have found that light therapy can help.
When you’re the wife of an oncologist, cancer is a common topic of conversation. But Liza Marshall and her husband, John, never expected it to happen to her.
Tired of the gym? Sick of the same boring exercise routine? Staying in shape doesn’t have to be monotonous. It certainly isn’t for these eight Arlingtonians.