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Illustration of a plastic water bottle, bag and silverware.
By Heidi Wachter
People have done without plastics for most of history. In the interest of human and planetary health, we can again — if we’re willing to shift our buying habits and push for large-scale change.
Man doing a lunge.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Fine-tune your form to strengthen your glutes, quads — and, yes, even your knees.
Illustration of a brain.
By Quinton Skinner
5 ways to boost cognitive health.
Person with honey and a honey dipper.
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
The nutritional power of honey is well established. By buying local, you can support regional ecosystems and your neighborhood bees.
Assorted charcuterie board foods, including cheese, meat, fruit and nuts.
By Robin Asbell
A charcuterie board offers a medley of flavors and textures — and is a tasty, minimal-effort dinner option that’s ideal for the season.
Woman doing a move to boost her back resiliency.
By Andrew Heffernan
Relieve your sore spine with these accessible exercises.
Curry roasted almonds in a bowl and a few on a table.
By Robin Asbell
Toasted cumin seeds complement the curry powder in these toasted almonds, and maple syrup adds a touch of sweetness.
Woman pouring cream into coffee.
By Kaelyn Riley
Despite decades of hype, low-fat or fat- free dairy products simply don’t deliver the health benefits of full-fat varieties.
A child draws angry faces on a piece of paper.
By Michael Dregni
Four experts weigh in on child and family behavior amid the global pandemic.
Illustration of a grid of dots with some colored in and some not.
By Michael Dregni
The concept of herd immunity is a growing part of the conversation about resolving the coronavirus pandemic. Infectious-disease researcher Daniel Altmann, PhD, offers insights on what it really means.
Cup of chocolate avocado mousse on a table.
By Robin Asbell
This luscious dairy-free chocolate mousse is made with avocados, full-fat coconut milk, maple syrup, and dark chocolate.
Four spoons with homemade seasoning on each one.
By Kaelyn Riley
Don’t have garam masala or taco seasoning on hand? Learn to mix up your own blend using the herbs and spices in your pantry.
Bald woman on exercise mat.
By Craig Cox
Why exercise may be just as important as rest and recovery for cancer patients.
Woman sleeping at a desk.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
Poor sleep disrupts metabolic systems and can trigger these three conditions.
Illustration of garlic, carrots and citrus.
By Courtney Helgoe
What integrative health MDs are recommending right now to build immunity during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Woman lying face down on a couch.
By Courtney Helgoe
A therapist who specializes in burnout offers tips for self-care during a crisis.
A photo of Jason Sweetnam.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard, Michael Dregni, and Jill Metzler Patton
There’s no one-size-fits-all formula for fueling your fitness endeavors. Here’s how Jason Sweetnam powers and recovers from his workout.
Jar of beans and jar of rice.
By Michael Dregni
Make beans the centerpiece of your meals, throw Swiss chard and spinach in your smoothie, and four other ways to amp up your fiber intake.
Two women laughing.
By Michael Dregni
Why laughter really is the best medicine — plus tips to laugh more!
Illustration of person sleeping with food floating.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
When it comes to metabolic health, sleep plays an unexpectedly powerful role. At the same time, our food choices also have a big impact on how we sleep — or don’t.
Supplements surrounded by whole foods.
By Henry Emmons, MD
Here are some key supplements to give your mental health a boost.
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