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Biking for Healing

By Callie Fredrickson
Olympian and 2022 Life Time Grand Prix winner Haley Hunter Smith’s passion for cycling also proved to be an essential tool for managing her mental well-being.
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PUMPING IRONY: “Kinless” but Not Hopeless

By Craig Cox
Growing old without the support of a spouse, children, or siblings can present daunting health challenges, but some who choose that path find it to be more blissful than you might imagine.
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Our Experts’ Top Health and Wellness Trends to Watch in 2023

By Callie Fredrickson
Life Time experts share their predictions for what will be up and coming in the next year.
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JANUARY CHALLENGE: Get Outside Every Day

By Experience Life Staff
This year, we’re building healthy habits together. Join us by starting with this One Healthy Habit challenge.
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Can Chronic Inflammation in the Body Cause Mental Illness?

By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
Researchers have begun exploring the link between chronic inflammation and psychiatric disorders.
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PUMPING IRONY: This Is Your Brain on Junk Food

By Craig Cox
As Big Pharma’s latest Alzheimer’s drug faces renewed skepticism, a new study suggests that avoiding ultraprocessed food may be a more promising approach to maintaining healthy cognitive function as we age.
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1-2-12: The Nutrition System to Sustain You for Life

By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Learn about this dietitian-developed, step-by-step system designed to make healthy eating easy and practical for the long-term.
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Is There a Long-COVID “Type”?

By Mo Perry
Researchers are discovering interesting commonalities among long-haulers. Learn more.
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What Supplements Can I Take to Support Long-COVID?

By Mo Perry
Just like everyone has unique nutritional needs, everyone will have unique supplemental needs. But, it helps to focus on immune function, mitochondria, and gut health.
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How to Use Journaling for Mental Health

By Jon Spayde
Explore six types of journaling practices that can offer meaningful benefits for your mental health.
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PUMPING IRONY: In Hock and Unhealthy

By Craig Cox
A growing proportion of U.S. seniors are struggling with too much debt, and a recent study suggests that it’s making them sick.
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Do’s and Don’ts of Exercising With Long COVID

By Mo Perry
An MD shares her gradual, tiered exercise-recovery process.
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Merry and Mindful: How to Navigate the Holidays — Stressors and All

By Emily Ewen
A Q&A with a Life Time MindCoach on handling the seasonal challenges that arise, reducing stress, and coping with loss and grief.
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Bobby Jessee’s Success Story

By Experience Life Staff
A man shares how a double-bypass surgery at age 54 inspired him to prioritize his fitness — and how he’s reaping the rewards at 91.
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How Are Psychedelics Being Used to Treat Health Issues?

By Craig Cox
Recent studies continue to support the effectiveness of using psychedelics to treat PTSD, OCD, pain relief and more.
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13 Ways to Combat the Winter Blues at Work

By Callie Fredrickson
Learn why we experience a lull in the winter months and how we can set ourselves up for success.
bivalent covid vaccine bottles

PUMPING IRONY: Why Bother?

By Craig Cox
As the most recent — and virulent — of COVID variants spreads across the country, U.S. seniors have mostly ignored the available boosters. Is it time to increase our vigilance against a pandemic that refuses to retreat?
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How Spirituality Can Improve Health

By Craig Cox
Research indicates that incorporating spirituality into a person's care produces a better chance of recovery.
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NATURAL MENTAL HEALTH: Overcoming Deep Fatigue

By Henry Emmons, MD
If you’re still exhausted after getting plenty of sleep, it’s possible your adrenal glands need some support.
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30 Days of Express Workouts: Introducing the Holiday Hustle

By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Learn about this new digital program designed to help you maintain healthy fitness and nutrition habits despite the obstacles of the holiday season. It begins December 5.
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