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Woman stressed out
By Victoria Freeman
Not all stress is bad for you. But the response system that was designed to save your life can also do some serious harm. You can take steps to see that it doesn't.
By Linda Knittel
Do you look to sugar and caffeine for a lift? Need 'em to get through the day? Here's why these well-known stimulants may be more than your system can handle.
By Teri Cettina
The workday is done. You're heading for home – and into an adjustment period that can either make or break the rest of your day.
By Marcia Jedd
Structural Integration techniques like Rolfing can improve your posture, your athletic performance and your sense of well-being. But are you ready to be Rolfed?
a board with Amino Acids written on it
By Victoria Freeman
More people than ever are medicating for mood disorders, but there may be a more natural approach that's just as effective.
By Jennifer Pedalty
For pain, sprains, broken bones and even surgical wounds, healing touch is gaining clout as an energy medicine that helps the body heal itself.
By Linda Formichelli
What you eat can have a powerful influence on how well you sleep.
a man asleep in his bed
By Catherine Guthrie
It's the first thing to go when we're stressed. It's the last thing we get when we're busy. But not sleeping enough can lead our bodies into big trouble. Want to be fit and healthy? Find out why your shuteye should be a top priority.
By Helen Cordes
So much for a carefree childhood. Today, even little kids are susceptible to full-size stresses. Here's where the stress comes from, and what you can do about it.
Fighting-Inflammation
By Catherine Guthrie
Some aging factors are beyond our control, but one of the biggest — inflammation — needn't be. Here's how you can extinguish the flames of chronic inflammation before they ignite.
cindy joseph
By Tatyana McNamara
The world 'old' has been given a bad rap, explains Cindy Joseph. Life has been mistakenly described as a downhill process, when, in fact, it's an ever-continuing expansion.
By Michael Gerrish
Are your efforts to get in shape being distracted by Attention Deficit Disorder?
By Experience Life Staff
If you use a hormonal method of birth control, you may gain weight. Then again, you may not. Your doctor can't tell you. In fact, you could be the best expert on this weighty matter.
allyson felix
By the Experience Life Team
Sprinter Allyson Felix on her race to the Olympics.
By Eric Neuhaus
Feel like you're failing at weight loss? Forever stuck in the remedial class? Don't despair! Here's the study guide you need to make the weight-loss honor roll once and for all.
By Kathy Summers
Degenerative joint disease can cause debilitating pain, loss of mobility, and function, even severe disability. But what if you're just starting to suffer from a little wear and tear? Here's how to work with your joints — not against them.
A woman wrapped in a shawl bends over a cup of tea.
By Elson Haas
Your body's rapid-response defenses protect you from millions of would-be invaders daily. Here's how you can help your immune system do its job.
By Eris Weaver
How to get beyond headlines and hype to find answers you can use.
By Cat Thompson
What might happen if we relinquished our quest for youthful appearance in favor of living more youthfully?
By Paul Loeb
How can you do your part for your country when work is swallowing you whole?
By Clara Beacon and Robert Koski
Curious about whether men and women experience stress differently, two friends take an informal poll of their colleagues and acquaintances. The results are unscientific - but not uninteresting.
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