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By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC 
Depression is more common than you might think. Here are some symptoms of depression, as well as new treatments.
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By Junauda Petrus-Nasah
How this therapist, trauma specialist, and author of My Grandmother’s Hands: Racialized Trauma and the Path to Mending Our Hearts and Bodies is bringing wellness — and healing — to marginalized communities.
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By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
The director of the popular mindfulness app Headspace offers five tips on how to meditate.
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By Mo Perry
If you struggle with insomnia, you might want to cool it on the coffee. Here's why.
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By Michael Dregni
Ancient wisdom and recent research show that how we breathe can enhance our athletic performance and overall well-being. Try these six breathing exercises.
a woman looks forlornly at a clock with hands at 4:45 am
By Michael Dregni
Do you wake up between 1 and 3 a.m.? Your liver may need a detox, according to a Traditional Chinese Medicine concept called the organ clock.
An illustration of a doctor holding up a hamburger.
By Helen Martineau
Nutrition research is rife with limitations and problems. Here's some expert guidance for cutting through the confusion around food studies.
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By Mo Perry
How estrogen, progesterone, and thyroid levels can affect your sleep.
A person holds a hearing aid.
By Craig Cox
Four years have passed since Congress ordered the FDA to draft guidelines allowing the sale of affordable over-the-counter hearing aids. For the millions of hearing-impaired seniors, the agency’s response speaks volumes.
a father and toddler eat yogurt
By Henry Emmons, MD
Boosting the gut’s healthy microbes can support a more positive outlook.
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By Michael Dregni
Fat carried around the waist is associated with a higher mortality risk. Here's why.
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By Angela Windberg
How one woman found purpose in the fitness industry — and found acceptance — after coming out as bisexual in her Puerto Rican-Mexican-American Catholic family.
Illustration of a woman in pajamas holding her hand to dismiss a mug, screens, and wine glass.
By Mo Perry
Explore the various root causes of insomnia and get expert-sourced treatments for overcoming it.
Seven women of various ages and ethnicities gathered in a work environment.
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
March is Women’s History Month. Discover ways you can support your colleagues and celebrate their success, plus seven ideas to be your own best advocate at work.
An illustration of macro-containing foods, including bread, fish, and a protein shake.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
Protein, fat, and carbs are three main components of any diet. Learn how the balance of them can influence your health and weight-loss goals.
Nancy Mora lifting a barbell inside a Life Time club.
By Life Time Editorial Team
For the past two years, Life Time member Nancy Mora has been working toward improved nutrition and fitness habits. She says it’s those efforts that helped her fully recover from COVID-19.
a woman wears headphones while looking at a mountain
By Michael Dregni
Noise pollution reverberates throughout the natural world and can damage our health. Discover what you can do to quiet the cacophony.
a woman sits with her eyes closed and hands behind head
By Michael Dregni
The way we breathe affects our athletic performance, cognitive health, and overall well-being. Here's how to breathe better.
A snow-covered bike sign
By Craig Cox
I’m not the only geezer trying to get back in shape after COVID-19 derailed my preferred fitness routine. A renowned British physician warns of a looming “deconditioning pandemic” among the elderly.
A woman smiling, walking outside with four letter M's over the image.
By Lindsay Ogden
Looking to make lasting health changes? Take these four factors into account for meaningful, sustainable progress.
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By Junauda Petrus-Nasah
The world of yoga, meditation, and other wellness practices has not always felt welcoming to those who are marginalized. Meet eight visionary teachers and healers who are changing that reality.
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