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The National Park Service turns 100 this year. Celebrate this forever-young centenarian by exploring the remarkable places it protects.
How to Reduce Your Food-Waste Footprint
The tons of food people worldwide discard or allow to go bad have serious economic, cultural, and environmental impacts. Consider these stats:
Be 10 Percent Happier This Election Season
Oct 26, 2016
A new app provides an outlet to lower your political stress level.
A Labor of Love and Loss: Nora McInerny Purmort
Writer Nora McInerny Purmort’s raw and hilarious insights on love, loss, and grief have created a community of change-makers ready to help those in need.
Hawaiian Bees Are First to Be Designated as Endangered
Oct 20, 2016
Federal protections have been given to seven bee species in the hopes their populations will rebound.
Oct 18, 2016
Women taking oral contraceptives suffer a higher incidence of depression, a new study finds.
How to Save Heirloom Tomato Seeds
A simple process can turn this year’s crop into next year’s harvest.
Cooking Up Change: Haile Thomas
Teen chef Haile Thomas shares her recipe for getting kids to eat their veggies.
Step aside, smartwatches! Blending advances in technology and textiles, these workout clothes are geared for exercisers seeking aesthetically pleasing ways to track their biometric data from head to toe.
Expert Answers: Why You Get Winded Climbing Stairs
There's a reason walking up a flight of stairs is challenging — even for fit individuals. Here's what the research tells us.
Gut Reactions: Exploring the Microbiome
New studies continue to confirm the essential roles of beneficial gut bacteria to our overall health.
Expert Answers: Training Logs to Try
Keeping a training log can help you see the results of your efforts. Here are a few tips to consider, and some favorite trackers to check out.
On the Leading Edge: Sanjay Gupta
CNN’s resident neurosurgeon and raconteur, Sanjay Gupta, MD, is using the power of stories to help shape the future of medicine.
The 3 Instincts From the Enneagram
Increase your self-awareness and improve your relationships by getting to know your personality’s basic instincts.
Mounting evidence suggests that spending time in nature can offer a boost to your mood.
Come to Your Senses: Sensory Retreats
Enhance your experience of the world around you with these tips for sharpening your perception.
How to Make a Bee Bath
Jun 15, 2016
You’ll make a splash with local pollinators by placing this watering hole in your garden.
The Cravings Whisperer: Alexandra Jamieson
Author Alexandra Jamieson is on a mission to help women learn to listen to their desires — and to understand the deeper meaning behind their cravings.
Connecting Acid Blockers & Adult Food Allergies
Emerging research has linked acid blocking drugs with adult-onset food allergies.
How to Make Your Own Nut Milk
Whip up a dairy-free alternative with this simple whole-foods recipe.
Antibiotic Use May Predispose Kids to Obesity and Asthma
Mar 29, 2016
Finnish study finds antibiotic use in young children may alter gut microbiome and lead to weight gain and asthma later in childhood.
Invasion of the Superbugs
Probiotics at Work
Good Bacteria Welcome
Healthy Gut, Healthy Brain
David Perlmutter, MD
Probiotics Can Put You in a Better Mood
Experience Life Staff
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