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illustration of a person running to build immunity
By Craig Cox
Exercise is an immune booster, but if you’ve been exposed to or are recovering from COVID-19, you might want to take it easy, according to a recent analysis.
a man performing a renegade row
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Improve your form on this advanced plank move to boost functional abdominal strength and prevent injury.
a father and son showing affection
By Henry Emmons, MD
Many doctors prescribe medication for teen anxiety, but an integrative developmental and behavioral pediatrician offers these natural therapies.
A man outside doing warrior pose.
By Lauren Bedosky
Seeking a vigorous workout, total relaxation, or increased flexibility? Finding your yoga type depends on your end goal.
A woman doing a yoga on a mat outside near the water.
By Nicole Radziszewski
Reap the physical and mental rewards of this ancient tradition — safely, and at your own pace.
An illustration of a woman sitting on one side of a seesaw-type scale, with broccoli, a kettlebell, and jar on the other side.
By Mo Perry
How much you weigh gets a lot of attention despite being one of the least telling measures of health.
A jar of pesto with some herbs and nuts on a surface next to it.
By Kaelyn Riley
Make this pesto dairy-free by subbing in nutritional yeast for the traditional cheese. You can’t taste the difference!
Granulated crystals of monk fruit on a wooden spoon.
By Stephanie Soucheray
Many health-conscious eaters, paleo bakers, and people with diabetes rely on naturally derived alternative sweeteners — but are they truly better for you than plain table sugar?
Jason Momoa inside of a factory.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Jason Momoa shares his passion for ocean conservation, water equity, and eliminating single-use plastics once and for all.
An illustration of a person holding a donut on a long piece of sting that looks like a yo-yo.
By Mo Perry
Yo-yo dieting, also known as weight cycling, can be hard on your health. Here are seven potential side effects.
An assorted spread of fiber-filled foods, including beans, nuts, veggies.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
Even a relatively nutritious diet can deliver inadequate amounts of fiber. Learn why it’s so critical to your health — and which foods are high in fiber.
An illustration of a depressed person sitting inside the whole of a donut.
By Michael Dregni
Consuming sugar can lead to body-wide inflammation, microbiome disruption, insulin resistance, and more.
A woman who looks happy and is rollerblading outside.
By Jessie Sholl
Why cutting loose is so good for our mental and physical health — and how to do it more often.
An abstract neon marbled design.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
These supplements provide extra support when you’re experiencing digestive symptoms — or working to keep them at bay.
Man cutting a banana into slices on a cutting board.
By Nicole Radziszewski
Go light before your workout — and try to eat a postworkout snack within an hour or two of your workout for recovery.
An illustration of two people off in the distance standing apart from one another.
By Karen Olson
When you’re in the wrong, a sincere apology can go a long way toward healing your relationships — and yourself. Here’s how to offer a real apology.
An illustration of a kayak floating in heart shaped waves in the water.
By Experience Life Staff
No-cook summer meals, escapist reads, outdoor fitness — plus so many more ways to make the most of summer!
Illustration of a barbell with a heart above it.
By Michael Dregni
Greater muscle mass is associated with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, according to a recent study.
Allyson Felix standing in front of a concrete wall.
By Molly Tynjala
The Olympic champion shares what she’s learned so far about motherhood, success, and adapting to uncertainty.
An illustration of an ear and sound waves.
By Molly Tynjala
Here’s how to hone your listening skills.
Three gut-healing foods, including bone broth, chia seeds, and fermented foods.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
What you eat can help relieve digestive symptoms and build a more resilient gut.
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