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Bahram Akradi on growing beyond our limitations when life presents challenges.
The motivational phrase "No pain, no gain" is as tired as it is inaccurate. But that doesn't mean you shouldn't push yourself to new limits and higher workout highs.
Bacteria are waging a battle against antibiotics, which are overused and too often ineffective. But we can still win the war.
Schools with wellness-oriented curriculums teach students social-emotional learning as well as how to thrive — and are leading the way for other institutions to start doing the same.
Author and financial educator Ruth Hayden explains the "four cornerstones" of a healthy partnership, and how they can relieve the stress of sharing a financial life.
Ideas on obsessing less about happiness from author Oliver Burkeman's best-selling new book.
13 plant-based dishes and snacks that pack a nutritional punch — and make meatless protein taste great.
Food writer Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl shares her thoughts on why our personal and collective commitment to clean eating matters now more than ever.
One woman's journey from yo-yo diets and a spirit-crushing obsession with weight to a happy, healthy rebirth.
Experience Life's social-media specialist, Heidi Wachter, embarks on a photography expedition in the Arizona desert and learns to see nature through a different lens.
That is the question many health experts are asking about this hugely popular protein. While it does deliver some nutritional benefits, it's best to enjoy in moderation.
The Minnesota Vikings quarterback talks about finding the courage to change and having fun under pressure.
Making the decision to eat healthy can trigger tension with family members or friends. Healthy-eating expert and author Darya Pino Rose shares her strategies for finding peace at the dinner table.
Summer leave you a little banged up? This 15-minute recovery workout, based on moves from the Egoscue Method, will have you standing tall and moving easy.
Go behind the scenes at our September cover shoot with the NFL quarterback.
If you're not getting quality z's, it might be the result of a disruption in your daytime-nighttime schedule.
Running backward can be a helpful training technique for preventing and recovering from stress injuries, improving balance and performance, and burning extra calories.
You can use the Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) as a daily practice to help you deal with workday stress.
Recently, the long-respected organization, The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND), has been accused of cozying up to big food industries like PepsiCO, General Mills and Hershey.