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Is Doing Housework Good for Your Brain?

By Craig Cox
Vacuuming and cleaning windows may help our cognition and attention spans, according to a recent study.
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The Ultra Fit Challenge

By Experience Life Staff
This cutting-edge workout combines strength, cardio, and neurological training to challenge your body and brain through every stage of life.
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4 Ways to Be a Good Friend

By Jessie Sholl
To have good friends, you must be a good friend. The following telltale signs are adapted from Andrea Bonior’s The Friendship Fix.
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Can Exercise Build Brain “Muscle”?

By Michael Dregni
Yes, according to recent research — and it might also help reduce the neuroinflammation connected with Alzheimer's.
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6 of Our Favorite Sunscreens

By Experience Life Staff
Here are some nontoxic sunscreens for a range of skin types.
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Birdie Wermy’s Success Story

By Birdie Wermy
How a grueling relay started one Indigenous runner on a path toward a healthier, happier life.
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The 7 Principles of Leave No Trace

By Courtney Helgoe
Leave No Trace principles help us protect and care for our wild spaces.
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Getting Away From It All

By Michael Dregni
Escape into nature and step back in time to explore some of the less-visited treasures in our national park system.
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How Can I Protect My Hair From Chlorine Damage?

By Jolene Turner
Pro tips for enjoying summertime dips without harmful effects on your hair.
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Coping With Ambiguous Loss

By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
How do we find closure when we're not even sure the door has closed?
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BREAK IT DOWN: The Curtsy Lunge

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Try this twist on a go-to lower-body move to build glute and leg strength, improve hip stability, and challenge your balance.
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A New Look at Chronic Lyme

By Pamela Weintraub
Many physicians who treat tick-borne diseases now combine conventional medicine with gentler integrative strategies — and more long-term patients are getting well.
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How to Use Tea-Tree Oil

By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
This antiseptic and antifungal essential oil has several applications. Discover a few ideas for your home and body.
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What Chronic Conditions Might be Exacerbated by Food Reactivity?

By Mo Perry
Food sensitivities can make chronic conditions, such as Crohn's disease, IBS, and ulcerative colitis worse.
Juliet and Elena Porras and their Life Time trainer.

Strength Times Two

By Jill Patton, FMCHC
One woman's search for strength leads to her daughter's personal power, too.
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3 Moves to Stretch Your Inner Thighs

By Lauren Bedosky
Mobilize your adductors to improve pelvic positioning and protect against inner-knee and lower-back pain.
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The Pool Workout

By Lauren Bedosky
This water workout offers a strength-and-cardio challenge that’s gentle on your joints.
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Is Food Reactivity On the Rise?

By Mo Perry
Yes. The most common allergenic foods are peanuts, milk, shellfish, tree nuts, eggs, finfish, wheat, soy, and sesame.
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What Happens to Your Body When It’s Underhydrated

By Sarah Tuff
Slowed cell metabolism and kidney stones are just some of the potential effects of underhydration.
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