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How to Make Sustainable Lifestyle Changes in the New Year

From attainable workout goals to healthy eating habits to practicing self-care

Amber Huett-Garcia

I Fought Generational Obesity by Creating My Own Road Map to a Healthier, Happier Life

After being bullied by doctors my entire life, I finally got the courage to advocate for my health

Taking Fitness To Nature

Outdoor Therapy? Yup, It’s a Thing.

Being in nature has proven to benefit our mental health, so why not walk the walk while talking the talk?

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Weight Stigma Is a Burden Around the World – and Has Negative Consequences Everywhere

Weight stigma occurs in many developed countries, not just the U.S. and often has devastating consequences

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How to ‘Build Back Better’ Health Habits After the Pandemic Year

Trying to get back to normal too quickly may be hard on joints and hearts

Staying Active Throughout Adulthood Is Linked to Lower Healthcare Costs in Later Life – New Research

Staying Active Throughout Adulthood Is Linked to Lower Healthcare Costs in Later Life – New Research

Not only does exercise keep us healthy, it can lower healthcare costs by 10% to 22%

The Exercise Pill: How Exercise Keeps Your Brain Healthy and Protects It Against Depression and Anxiety

The Exercise Pill: How Exercise Keeps Your Brain Healthy and Protects It Against Depression and Anxiety

Regular exercise, especially cardio, changes the brain. The trick is to pick an activity that you love.

When Working Out Makes You Sick to Your Stomach: What to Know About Exercise-Induced Nausea

When Working Out Makes You Sick to Your Stomach: What to Know About Exercise-Induced Nausea

Exercise-induced nausea is quite common, so why does this happen and how can you prevent it?

Group Exercise May Be Even Better For You Than Solo Workouts – Here’s Why

Group Exercise May Be Even Better For You Than Solo Workouts – Here’s Why

If you've been considering joining an online group class – or been encouraged to by others – here are some research-based reasons why that might be a great idea

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Wellness Talk: Iconic Athlete Kathrine Switzer Shares How to Stay Fit Over 50

Kathrine Switzer was the first official woman entrant to complete the Boston Marathon in 1967 and is still going strong—and still running—at age 72. Check out her advice on healthy aging.

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The Surprising Mental Health Benefits of Kayaking and Skiing

You may love the mental high and well-being boost you get from your outdoor activities. But certain ones offer more benefits than others.

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The Benefits of High-Intensity Workouts

All exercise has its benefits, but there is one form that may give you a boost in the bedroom—strength and high-intensity workouts.

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