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Experience Life editor in chief Jamie Martin
By Jamie Martin
In tough times, we tend to move through distinct phases of coping before learning to move ahead.
A 3D rendering of a T cell
By Michael Dregni
Coronavirus antibodies might not be long-lasting, but the latest research has found new hope for battling the virus — your adaptive T cells. And it may lead the way to a vaccine.
Two cups on an outdoor table
By Craig Cox
Six months into the current pandemic, I realize I’ve begun to forget the lessons it’s been trying to teach me.
A woman works out on a rowing machine.
By Craig Cox
New guidelines by the American College of Sports Medicine recommend exercise as a strategy to avoid a severe case of the virus. 
A Black man has a telehealth appointment from his kitchen.
By Craig Cox
The current pandemic has sparked a boom in telemedicine, but a new study notes the many reasons why it’s not a viable option for many seniors.
A Black man does yoga in his bedroom.
By Kaelyn Riley
You may be experiencing a chronic state of stress activation known as “allostatic load.” Our experts offer five techniques to help you de-stress and re-center.
A child takes a ride on his grandfather's back out in the country.
By Craig Cox
Some evidence suggests that young people are carrying the virus into their multigenerational households, triggering the pandemic’s recent surge. Does that mean we should cancel visits from our grandson?
plant growing in center of old tree trunk
By Craig Cox
A pair of new studies suggests that my geezer compatriots — those of us who are still alive, anyway — are actually coping with the pandemic a lot better than you might expect.
A person holds up a knit heart against a setting sun.
By Heidi Wachter
Relationship coach and author Margot Schulman offers practices for building resiliency and deepening our relationships during the coronavirus pandemic and beyond.
An RSVP card for a party
By Craig Cox
Our daughter is planning a big wedding this fall, despite the surging pandemic. This is forcing her geezer parents to make some heartbreaking decisions.
A person uses a walker.
By Craig Cox
My neighbor’s long-sought surgery tempers my desire to see COVID-19 remodel the American healthcare system.
An illustration of a woman wearing a mask.
By Michael Dregni
Leading epidemiologist Michael Osterholm, PhD, MPH, outlines what we need to do to eradicate the coronavirus pandemic.
Two cups of coffee on a table are pictured.
By Craig Cox
A long-delayed visit with a septuagenarian friend reminds me how pandemic-induced isolation can threaten our well-being nearly as much as the virus itself.
A child draws angry faces on a piece of paper.
By Michael Dregni
Four experts weigh in on child and family behavior amid the global pandemic.
An exhausted woman is collapsed on a sofa.
By Courtney Helgoe
A therapist who specializes in burnout offers tips for self-care during a crisis.  
Illustration of garlic, carrots and citrus.
By Courtney Helgoe
What integrative health MDs are recommending right now to build immunity during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A woman listens to her phone via earbuds.
By Experience Life Staff
Looking for a great podcast to pass the time? Our staff weighs in with some of their favorite listens.
A person stands in the middle of an empty road in nature.
By the Experience Life Team
Strategies for reframing fear and enjoying life in the face of anxiety.
A person holds a plant in a garden.
By Nicole Radziszewski
Here are some ideas to help you and your loved ones stay fit and have fun while social distancing.
A woman reads a book and smiles.
By Heidi Wachter
Navigating change and building resiliency starts with healthy habits.
A woman in workout clothes hangs her head.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
This time of social distancing can be an opportunity to let go of all the exercise “shoulds” and instead discover what really moves you.  
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