I’m Hiking the Appalachian Trail From Home. Here’s How You Can, Too.

My phone is helping me complete the 2,190 mile virtual hike, starting from my own front door.

Real Women, Real Stories

My Large Breasts Used to Hold Me Back: How I’m Loving Life After My Breast Reduction

Having smaller breasts has made my world bigger

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Exercise and Diet Are More Important Than Ever With Virus at Large

The double challenge of protecting our health, including our immune systems, while battling unhealthy temptations is a common struggle.

Your Wellness

Fall Back Into Health

The stress of COVID-19 has led many of us to some unhealthy habits; here's how to get back on track.

Your Wellness

The Secret to Combating Perimenopause Weight Gain

Stick to whole grains and greens, stay hydrated and exercise.

Menopause & Aging Well

5 Top Resolutions That Pay Off Big-Time

Four of 10 Americans make resolutions each new year. The biggest payoff comes from ones that lead to better health. Here are five fabulous health resolutions.

Menopause & Aging Well

Big Resolutions, Small Changes: What Science Tells Us About Changing our Behavior

2020 brings the opportunity for fresh starts and resolutions, but every resolution brings the question: How will we keep the promises we make to ourselves?

Your Wellness

Vigorous Exercise May Extend a Woman's Life

Serious sweat sessions at the gym have longterm health benefits, including lowering your risk of dying from heart disease, cancer or other causes, a new study found.

Menopause & Aging Well

35 Extra Minutes of Exercise Slashes Depression Risk

Both high-intensity workouts, such as aerobic exercise or using exercise machines, and low-intensity activity, such as yoga or stretching, can lower depression risk.

Your Wellness

Tough Mom Tips That Will Inspire You

This mom of three kids shares her love of Tough Mudder races and how she became herself again after having children. 

Your Wellness

Exercising Before Breakfast Brings More Health Benefits

By changing the timing of when you eat and exercise, people can better control their blood-sugar levels. Learn more about this and other health headlines from the week.

Your Wellness

The 4 Vital Signs That Matter Most in Older Adults

You may think your pulse, blood pressure and weight are your most important vital signs, but grip strength, walking speed, the ability to do a push-up and the number of medications you take may be more important. 

Menopause & Aging Well

Exercise Is Good Medicine for Advanced Colon Cancer

Waging a successful battle against advanced colon cancer should include regular doses of exercise, a new study suggests.

Your Wellness

Could Exercise in Pregnancy Boost Baby's Health?

Regular aerobic exercise during pregnancy may improve baby's motor skills and may even lead to more active kids later on, a new study suggests.

Pregnancy & Postpartum