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Bahram Akradi, the founder, chairman, and CEO of Life Time — Healthy Way of Life.

Intentional Care

By Bahram Akradi
When we consciously show up for others — in our actions and words — we can create deeper, more meaningful connections.
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4 Endangered Foods

By Michael Dregni
The climate crisis is threatening the foods we love. Here's what we can do about it.
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Work From Anywhere: The 3 Life Time Work Locations Set to Open in 2022

By Callie Fredrickson
Life Time Work provides space to embrace the new normal of hybrid work by expanding to three new locations in 2022.
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CLIMATE CHAMPION: Arctic Ice Project

By Elizabeth Millard
This transformative climate project — focused on protecting ice caps — offers surprising hope for the future.
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Yard Party

By Experience Life Staff
Five of our favorite products to improve the quality of your outdoor time.
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CLIMATE CHAMPION: Santa Cruz Mountains Stewardship Network

By Elizabeth Millard
This transformative climate project — focused on protecting ecosystems in the Santa Cruz region — offers surprising hope for the future.
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PUMPING IRONY: Typecast

By Craig Cox
Can certain personality traits protect us from cognitive dysfunction as we grow old? New research holds out some hope, but I have my doubts.
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CLIMATE CHAMPION: SCAPE Studio

By Elizabeth Millard
This transformative climate project — that uses "oyster- tecture" to combat shoreline erosion — offers surprising hope for the future.
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CLIMATE CHAMPION: Kiss the Ground

By Elizabeth Millard
This transformative climate project — focused on regenerative agriculture — offers surprising hope for the future.
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Do the Chemicals in Single-Serve Coffee Pods Disrupt Hormones?

By Marco Dregni
A recent study looked at estrogenic chemicals in pod- brewed coffee. Here's what it found out.
two scuba divers working on the ocean floor

CLIMATE CHAMPION: Reef Life Foundation

By Elizabeth Millard
This transformative climate project — which uses IntelliReefs to help rebuild coral reefs — offers surprising hope for the future.
a person canoes across a mountain lake

NATURAL MENTAL HEALTH: How Nature Supports Our Mental Health

By Henry Emmons, MD
Here's how nature supports our mind and mood — and how to get more of it.
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How to Dream Big

By Jill Patton, FMCHC
Pursuing your dreams means leaping early and often and making bold moves.
a mom and child bike on a country road

Can Bicycles Help Create a Better World?

By Michael Dregni
We often think of cycling in terms of personal health, but it has many social, economic, and environmental impacts.
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CLIMATE CHAMPION: One Tree Planted

By Elizabeth Millard
This transformative climate project — focused on reforestation strategy — offers surprising hope for the future.
a person cleans a door handle

The Problem With Antimicrobial Cleaning Products

By Mo Perry
Surface transmission of COVID is rare. But, many of us are still using antimicrobial products to clean surfaces — and killing good bugs in the process.
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12 Tips to Create an Eco-Friendly Kitchen

By Camille Berry
Try these tips to cut back on food and plastic waste in your kitchen.
a meandering path and setting sun

How Jane Goodall Sustains Hope

By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
Although the future may seem bleak, Jane Goodall seeks to inspire us all with faith, resiliency, and awe.
people work on a roof

CLIMATE CHAMPIONS: GRID Alternatives

By Elizabeth Millard
This transformative climate project — focused on increasing access to solar energy — offers surprising hope for the future.
Jane night and her husband on a tandem recumbent bike

Jane Knight’s Success Story

By Jane Knight
After years of near immobility, a woman gains independence — and much more — when she discovers recumbent cycling.
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