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a man does a push up in his living room
By Molly Tynjala
A regular fitness routine may help protect those diagnosed with COVID against hospitalization and even death.
A man and a woman talking while in a health club setting.
By Samantha McKinney, RD, CPT
We all experience bumps in the road when going after health goals. Here’s how to make sure it remains a bump and not a derailment.
headshot of Jamie Martin, editor in chief of Experience Life magazine
By Jamie Martin
Experience Life editor Jamie Martin on emotional agility and mental well-being.
a woman covers her face while in front of chalk board with random squiggles around her head
By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
What is OCD, and what are some treatment options?
Two adults playing pickleball.
By Emily Ewen
The benefits of playing sports are as true for adults as for kids. Explore the perks, and get tips for finding the game that’s right for you.
A leaky faucet is pictured.
By Laine Bergeson Becco
We answer some of your most common questions about leaky gut syndrome.
a woman laughs while lying on her yoga mat
By Nicole Radziszewski
Skipping warm-ups, not having a plan, and other common workout blunders.
Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.
By Bahram Akradi
In stressful times, the ability to slow down, process, and be present can be transformative.
Eric Jeffers

Just as you train your body, it’s important to also train your brain. Meditation is a powerful tool we can use to become more aware, compassionate, and focused — in as little as a few minutes a day. In this mini episode, Eric Jeffers, yoga and meditation Master Trainer at Life Time, explains the strength of meditation and offers simple tips anyone can use to get started.

a couple breaking up
By Mo Perry
Fear of rejection can keep us from living life fully, but there are graceful ways to handle the sting.
A picture of Sara Gottfried's new book next to avocados
By Sara Gottfried, MD
In her new book, Women, Food, and Hormones, Sara Gottfried, MD, discusses the keto paradox and why a traditional keto diet tends to work better in men than in women.
a simple bedside table and bed
By Henry Emmons, MD
Try these tips for better sleep at night, including dimming the lights in the final hours of the day and staying away from the bedroom until you are ready to go to bed.
A calculator is shown on top of a social-security card and paperwork.
By Craig Cox
Social Security beneficiaries will be getting a hefty cost-of-living raise next year, which may temporarily ease their anxiety over a new report warning of the program’s fast-approaching insolvency.
a man wearing a construction hat putting a ear plug in
By Karen Bannan
By 2050, one in four people is projected to have some hearing loss. Some of that is due to chronic noise exposure.
Dr. Drew Ramsey

Of all the calories we eat each day, 20 percent are used by our brains — so it’s no wonder there’s such a strong connection between our nutritional habits and mental-health status. Drew Ramsey, MD, psychiatrist, author, and mental-health advocate, joins us to explain this relationship and teach us about the food choices that best support our brains and mental well-being.

a woman making her bed
By Henry Emmons, MD
Did you know that making your bed in the morning ups your chances of sleeping well at night?
a woman wearing headphones
By Karen Bannan
From quiet to deafening, here are average decibel levels for everyday sounds in the world around us.
A 100-dollar bill covered in pills
By Craig Cox
With the White House pushing Congress to allow the government to negotiate drug pricing, Big Pharma wonders, Where’s the love?
a woman holds a hearing aid
By Craig Cox
FDA's inaction hinders development of affordable hearing aids.
Megan Larsen with her horse
By Megan Larsen
When Megan Larsen traded her sedentary suburban life for a rural hobby farm, she lost 170 pounds and was able to climb back in the saddle.
a man talks to his doctor through a computer at home
By Michael Dregni
A new home test called the fecal immunochemical test might help millions of Americans who are behind on colonoscopy screenings.
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