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Debbie Friedlander

How One Woman Survived Breast Implant Illness

By Debbie Friedlander
Debbie Friedlander on how she is finding relief from breast implant illness 25 years after undergoing a preventive mastectomy.

6 Supplements to Consider This Fall

By Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
Life Time dietitian recommendations for supporting your health as the season changes.

What You Need to Know About the Eye Microbiome

By Michael Dregni
Recent research reveals our eyes have a microbiome, just like the gut and skin do. Learn how this finding may be used to treat eye disorders.
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A Guide to Healthy Skincare for Teenagers

By Jolene Turner
A top esthetician shares simple steps to help your teen learn how to take good care of their skin.
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What Is Trauma-Informed Rest?

By Ashley Neese
In her new book, Permission to Rest, Ashley Neese talks about why rest is a radical — and necessary — practice, as well as how those of us with trauma might approach rest differently.
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How to Increase Your Testosterone — Naturally

By Catherine Guthrie
Men are confronting an unprecedented decline in testosterone. Consider these 11 lifestyle-based tips to protect your T.
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Mental Health and Hormonal Birth Control: Katie Lemon’s Story

By Katie Lemon
A woman experiencing adverse side effects from hormonal birth control finds relief when she pursues another option.
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Your Fit and Functional Pelvic Floor

By Lauren Bedosky
Pelvic-floor health is an important, yet often overlooked, component of overall well-being. Discover how to keep this group of muscles strong and healthy.
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A Functional-Medicine Approach to Endometriosis

By Mo Perry
How to address this painful condition with diet and lifestyle interventions.
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The Case for Sex Therapy

By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
Here’s how individual or partner therapy can help you understand your desires and boundaries, improve communication with your partner — and enjoy better sex.
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Beyond Binary Gender Diversity

By Craig Cox
More young people identify as transgender, nonbinary, or gender nonconforming than ever before.
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“The Pill” for Guys?

By Michael Dregni
An array of male contraceptives are under development — including a new, nonhormonal male birth control pill.
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Why Is the Maternal Mortality Rate in the United States So High?

By Kaelyn Riley
Learn why giving birth in the United States is more dangerous today than it was three decades ago.

PUMPING IRONY: Still Clueless After All These Years

By Craig Cox
The scientific community continues to struggle to understand how to diagnose and treat long COVID, which can be especially hard on seniors. But some critics believe the answers are hidden in plain sight.
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The Stages of Menopause + How to Support Your Body

With Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Season 7, Episode 5   September 19, 2023

Menopause is a normal physiological process that affects every woman at some point in their life, yet it’s only as of late that it’s being discussed more openly. Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT, discusses what happens to our bodies during menopause and its various stages, the symptoms one can expect and why they occur, and the lifestyle habits and behaviors we can implement to support our bodies during this transitional time.

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What Are the Chakras?

By Courtney Helgoe
Discover the body’s seven energy centers. Plus, enhance your well-being with this chakra meditation.
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How to Support Your Hair, Body & Skin as You Age

By Jolene Turner
LifeSpa experts offer tips for aging healthfully.
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Do You Have Knee Osteoarthritis? Walking May Help.

By Michael Dregni
Walking may decrease knee pain among those with osteoarthritis — and it may even prevent additional joint damage, according to a recent study.
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How to Keep Your Brain Healthy as You Age

With Edward Park, PhD
Season 7, Episode 3   September 5, 2023

Our brains age just like the rest of our bodies, and just like it’s important to care for our bodies so we can move functionally well for as long as possible, it’s also essential to do everything we can to maintain and support healthy brain function as the years pass by. With the current absence of effective treatment options for most neurological diseases, prevention really is the best treatment for them, and it’s never too early — or too late — to start. Edward Park, PhD, explains what to know about normal and abnormal brain aging, as well as the lifestyle strategies we have control over to support our brain health and help reduce the risk of decline and disease.

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Ever Evolving

By Jamie Martin
Experience Life is changing things up! Here's what to look forward to.
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