Even when you have the best intentions to hit the hay at a reasonable time, all of a sudden it’s two hours later than you expected and you’re elbows-deep in email or household chores. Here are four signs you should buckle down and change your bedtime. [FitSugar]

 

 

Once you've got the bedtime thing down, adopt some of these simple tips for kicking anxiety to the curb, finding inner peace, and staying centered. [dailySpark]

 

 

 

 

Not all sports were created equal. But which are the healthiest? Here's a list of some that are guaranteed to get your heart rate up, and others that won’t even make you break a sweat. [HuffPost]

 

 

 

 

Amber Miller completed last week's Chicago Marathon—and gave birth seven hours later. Doctors, mothers, and runners can't stop asking: Was running a marathon at 39 weeks pregnant really a good idea? [TIME Healthland]

 

 

 

 

 

By now you know that a little chocolate each day does wonders not just for your mood, but also for your heart and maybe even your skin. But it's still nice to hear over and over that chocolate is "one of the healthiest things in the world." [Fox News Health]

 

 

 

 

 

If you're noticing more hair than usual tangled in your brush, don’t be alarmed. Researchers think women shed more during the autumn months because the scalp bulks up on strands during the summer to protect your head from the sun. [Vitamin G]

 

 

 

 

What do female orgasms and male nipples have in common? The answer seems to shed some light on whether the female orgasm is a necessity or just a "totally awesome" added bonus. [CNN]

 

 

 

 

We were skeptical of pole dancing as exercise, but cycle karaoke? Sounds like a recipe for disaster. [Carrots ‘N’ Cake]