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By Laura Fogelberg
The cofounder of Thrive Market shares how his company is working to make healthy foods and products available to everyone.
By Kaelyn Riley
One young swimmer shares her thoughts on the value of resiliency and community as she races toward the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Kelsey Peterson
By Katie Dohman
By learning to connect with her body in new ways, one woman is not only surviving but thriving after a life-changing injury.
black and white hands
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Finding love and connection after seeing violence on social media feels difficult — and even more confusing to me as a biracial woman.
Cover model Jimmy Chin
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Mountaineer-turned-filmmaker Jimmy Chin talks about the value of courage over fearlessness and the parallels of life above and below the clouds.
By Jon Spayde
It’s easy to feel alone and alienated when you don’t fit in at your workplace. But executive coach Roshini Rajkumar believes that difference can be a strength.
By Jessie Sholl
An increasing interest in all things real and natural is changing how we take care of ourselves ­— inside and out.
Food Justice
By Experience Life Staff
A new 30-minute television program offers a compelling look at efforts to increase healthier foods for people experiencing homelessness and poverty.
Women Portraits
By Katie Dohman
Think beauty fades after 40? These nine honest, beautiful portraits will make you think again.
By Craig Cox
New research offers the first glimpse at the effects of regular physical activity on a nonagenarian’s brain.
By Heidi Wachter
Robin Emmons is creating gardens from food deserts and empowering Charlotte’s impoverished communities to feed themselves.
By Experience Life Staff
For Major Dan Rooney, there is no higher calling — and nothing more satisfying — than helping military families in need.
By Steve Hamrick
A young man with autism conquers the NYC Tri. His father tells the story.
By Maggie Fazeli Fard
The journalist, documentary filmmaker, and surfer talks about her passions for storytelling and protecting the environment.
Women walking in gardens
By Casie Leigh Lukes
Giving gardens, a growing phenomenon, provide wellness for corporate employees, food for those in need — with far-reaching ripple effects.
Community Counts
By Courtney Helgoe
Rebuilding a sense of neighborliness has become its own revolutionary act. Here’s why reconnecting with neighbors and fellow citizens is important.
sloane stephens
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
The up-and-coming tennis phenom talks about what it takes, both mentally and physically, to be the best.
Smiling woman
By Elizabeth Foy Larsen
Wise advice on how to get healthier, happier and more attractive with age.
Latham Thomas
By Jamie Martin
Maternity lifestyle expert and author Latham Thomas on the importance of love, self-care and boundaries during pregnancy and after.
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
If you haven’t yet heard about Latham Thomas, get ready. Dr. Oz describes her as a “fitness and nutrition powerhouse,” but that only begins to describe the scope of her efforts and accomplishments.
Majora Carter
By Laine Bergeson Becco, FMCHC
Majora Carter left a promising artistic career to fight environmental injustice in the South Bronx.
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