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By Kristin Ohlson
New research shows that sleep significantly influences metabolism, appetite, and weight management. Could getting more shuteye help you ward off excess pounds?
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By Tanya Menoni
With new healthy-lifestyle apps hitting the market daily, it's tough to know where to start downloading. We rounded up some contenders worthy of a test run.
Medicine Cabinet Makeover
By Catherine Guthrie
You stock your kitchen’s pantry shelves with wholesome, all-natural goods. Why not the shelves of  your bathroom, too?
a woman drinks a glass of water
By the Experience Life Team
Proper hydration is key to good health, but why? And what's the best way to get what our bodies really need? Our experts debunk a few myths. 
What Your Body Is Trying to Tell You Male
By Catherine Guthrie
Common signals you shouldn't ignore.
By Milo Bryant
Sports chiropractic is great when you’ve got a hitch in your giddyup. But it can also improve performance, prevent injuries and support your general fitness program.
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By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
Feed your immune system well, and watch your vitality soar.
headaches
By Pamela Weintraub
From routine pains to killer migraines, here’s how to avoid common triggers and embrace smart, safe treatment options that offer real relief.
By Experience Life Staff
NFL legend Eddie George shares his philosophy on fitness and health, and how he's now working to raise consciousness about both by creating healthy spaces and places in our April 2010 behind the scenes video from his cover shoot.
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By Pilar Gerasimo
Goods and experiences that generally cost less than $50 (in some cases, they're free), that are time-efficient, and that I can whole-heartedly recommend to almost anyone. 
Health on a Budget
By Joseph Hart
OK, money’s tight. But your health is invaluable. So where can you scrimp, and where should you spend wisely? Here’s how to make the money-saving decisions that are right for your budget — and your body.
By Pilar Gerasimo
Pilar Gerasimo shares some of her favorite healthy-living bargains.
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By Erin Peterson
Looking to reach some major goals this year? These practical, right-now steps can help you build the momentum you need to make steady progress — starting today.
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By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Fashion model Lizzie Miller has thrived by simply being herself.
Flu season
By Jon Spayde
Feeling panicky about pandemics? Here’s how to ease your worry while taking practical steps to stay safe.
Emotional Freedom
By Experience Life Staff
By Judith Orloff, MD (Harmony Books, 2009)
people laughing in conference room
By Michael Gelb
Enjoying humor and engaging in laughter have serious—and positive—consequences for our health, happiness and chances for success. Here’s the lowdown on laughter and how you can trigger its practical benefits in your own life.
beachside
By Jennifer Barrett
We know that excessive sun exposure is unhealthy, but there’s increasing evidence that blocking out all the sun’s rays can be equally dangerous. Find out why many health experts now see moderate sun exposure as essential to maintaining a healthy body and mind.
Light Rhythms
By Karen Olson
How and when we are exposed to light can affect our bodies in some surprising (and not always beneficial) ways. Here’s what you need to know about your body’s built-in responses to cycles of light and dark — and how you can make the most of them for better health.
Lyme Disease
By Pamela Weintraub
When a mysterious and debilitating illness overtook her and her family, the author struggled to find some answers. What she discovered about Lyme disease — and how little is actually known or agreed upon by the medical experts — is something everyone who goes outdoors should learn.
Not Your Average Patient
By Joseph Hart
Is healthcare something delivered by a provider when you get sick — or something you do for yourself to stay vital, healthy and well? A growing number of health seekers say “both.” Together, they’re forging an empowered new path through America’s broken medical system.
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