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Two easy exercises to engage your core.
· Feb 4, 2015
Senior fitness editor Maggie Fazeli Fard offers a sneak peek at her trek to Machu Picchu in hopes of inspiring you to take on a challenge that will push you in mind, body, and spirit.
Marie Forleo wants to help you build a life you love — by developing the gifts that are uniquely yours to give.
Think you can’t squat because of a bad back? Tight hips? Weak knees? You may want to look lower down in the kinetic chain — the problem may just be tight ankles.
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World traveler Tyson Mayr crusades for clean water in the Third World — and proves that simple acts can make a big difference.
Psychologist Daniel Goleman says our success in life hinges on our ability to concentrate — and he offers ways to build and flex our “attention muscle.”
Experience Life’s fitness editor discovers that PrimalCon — an immersion into primal living in the modern world — involves more than just eating like a caveman.
This comforting cool-weather drink is a vegan, dairy-free, homemade alternative to the pumpkin spice lattes that crop up at coffee shops each autumn. As a bonus — and unlike its commercial, chemical-laden counterparts — this PSL contains actual pumpkin.
Activist-blogger Vani Hari — a.k.a. the Food Babe — on why universal access to healthy food is “a basic human right.”
· Jun 24, 2014
A new study shows that exercise, along with a diverse diet that includes protein, can help the body's multifaceted microbiome thrive.
What 95-year-old track star Olga Kotelko can teach us about living and aging well.
· Jun 16, 2014
Fermented foods boost the good bacteria in our guts, which makes us healthier, happier, and more resilient.
· Jun 12, 2014
The tick-borne illness, one of the fastest growing diseases in the United States, can be disabling if left untreated.
· Jun 5, 2014
Although the Minnesota ban won’t go into effect until 2017, it’s possible that manufacturers will begin to phase out the questionable ingredient before then.
· Jun 3, 2014
At best, the dyes are aesthetic enhancers. At worst — and as many "real food" advocates claim — they are a public-health menace linked to behavioral problems and other consequences.
· May 29, 2014
The American College of Sports Medicine released its annual list of fittest U.S. cities this week.