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Illustration of child on a tablet.
By Heidi Wachter
Research shows our growing use of digital devices can affect sleep quality, obesity risk, aggressive behavior and “digital dementia”.
An illustration of a person on a treadmill and a person on an exercise bike.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Get strong, build power, and burn fat on your go-to cardio machine.
Woman standing outside in the sun with a visible shadow.
By Meghan Rabbitt 
A little bit of sunlight can do a lot of good for your health.
A spread of picnic foods set on a blanket laid out on a lawn.
By Karen Olson
Summer is an ideal excuse for eating outdoors. Here are inspiring new ways to create a meal you’ll savor.
Illustration of a woman doing a crab reach.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Improve how you move with this dynamic, body-weight workout.
Man staring at lake
By Heather Rogers
The scientific case for doing nothing more often — and its surprising rewards.
Woman doing a modified squat outside.
By Jen Sinkler
How to get a challenging workout using the levers of your own body.
An illustration of a woman doing a Bulgarian split squat.
By Jennifer Blake
Sprint faster. Jump higher. Prevent injury. Avoid back pain. With a strong set of glutes behind you, you can do it all.
Balls of different flavors of coconut chocolate truffles.
By Betsy Nelson
Chocolate truffles are traditionally made with cream, butter, and egg yolks, but this simple version uses coconut milk and coconut oil. Try different flavorings such as orange or lemon zest, cinnamon, cardamom, or even a pinch of cayenne pepper.
A pitcher and two glasses of a grapefruit margarita.
By Betsy Nelson
For a classic presentation, salt the edge of your glasses by running a lime wedge around the rim and rolling in kosher salt.
Woman doing a bicep curl.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Instead of biceps curls, rows or pull-ups might be the way to go.
Illustration of assorted types of protein, including fish, beans, a steak, egg, and drumstick.
By Gina DeMillo Wagner 
You need protein to build muscle, manage your metabolism, and support tissue repair. But how much? What kind? And can you get too much? We answer your top-12 questions about protein.
Illustration of a woman doing a lunge with high guard.
By Yael Grauer
Here’s how to build the strength and mobility you need — while warding off injuries that could put a crimp in your golf game.
A yellow-colored mocktail over ice with an orange, cherry and mint garnish, with various citrus, spices and bitters on the table next to it.
By Betsy Nelson
Creative, simple, and refreshing drinks for the long, hot summer.
A man doing a plank on a yoga mat.
By Nicole Radziszewski
You need a solid core for everyday life. This basic body-weight circuit builds both strength and stability.
An illustration of a home window with hills outside and a plant on the windowsill.
By Jacqueline White
How to limit your exposure to toxins in your home and better balance the basic elements of air, fire, water, and earth.
Several kettlebells are lined up in a row.
By Nicole Radziszewski
A kettlebell circuit is one of the most efficient ways to work your entire body. Try this 20-minute workout to become stronger, leaner, and more powerful in record time.
A woman holding resistance bands.
By Andrew Heffernan
Resistance bands are ideal for everyone, from beginners to elite athletes — and so is this lightning-fast, do-anywhere workout.
A woman using a rowing machine in a fitness facility.
By Andrew Heffernan
Cardio workouts stuck in one gear? Bust out of your rut — and build fitness — with this collection of metabolism-boosting workouts.
A spread of fresh garden carrots as well as carrots prepared a few different ways.
By Karen Olson
Delicate and flavorful, freshly grown carrots are full of nutritional surprises — and are quite different from their supermarket cousins.
Four exercises across playing cards
By Andrew Heffernan
A simple deck of cards can help you refresh the most predictable workout routine.
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