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How Fern Olivia Finally Learned To Accept Her Body

"I feel so happy and grateful for the beautiful and strong body I have been blessed with."

Leigh Weingus
October 26 2016

How To Decrease Inflammation Over The Holidays (Yes, It Is Possible)

How to decrease inflammation over the holidays, including preparing your food ahead of time and not skimping on exercise.

William Cole, D.C., IFMCP
December 19 2018

The 10 Most Addictive Novels & Memoirs of 2018

Whether you're traveling or you need the perfect book to gift, we have you covered!

Liz Moody
December 17 2018

How To Have A Healthy Relationship When You're Chronically Ill

Many distraught individuals suffering from serious illnesses have spilled their hearts to me. For the vast majority, their fading romantic ...

Shelley M. White
June 10 2014

Balance These Hormones — And You Won't Dread Your Period

How to balance estrogen and progesterone to reduce heavy menstrual bleeding and PMS.

15 Healthy Shortcuts That Actually Work

If you think you're too busy or don't have time to make healthy lifestyle changes, I totally get it! I have kids, a demanding job, etc. What I've...

Amy Shah, M.D.
October 12 2013

30 Days Of Self Care: Your Guide

Remember, self-care isn't a guilty pleasure; it's an important part of your wellness.

Danielle Orner
August 16 2015

Why Self-Care Is The Least Selfish Thing You Can Do

Plus, five ways to round out your own self-care practice.

Jennifer Freed, Ph.D.
October 9 2016

Go On A Digital Detox With These 6 Steps

It is time for a Digital Detox. Yes, you read this correctly ... on your digital device. After likely months and years without stopping to take some...

Lauren Imparato
November 30 2014

5 Daily Practices To Improve Your Memory

The ability to recall information and experiences wasn’t something I'd given much thought to before.

Rucha Tadwalkar
November 1 2013

Why Some People Thrive & Others Barely Survive During Tough Times

Why are some people able to tolerate and bounce back from hardship easier than others? Is it genetics? Are they hard-wired that way?

The Yogic Practice of Observing Silence

The term for observing silence is mauna in Sanskrit.

Om Swami
July 23 2012