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PUMPING IRONY: Too Much of a Good Thing?

By Craig Cox

Recent research suggests that the “good” cholesterol that helps seniors prevent heart attacks and strokes may also raise their risk of developing dementia.

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Aspartame and Cancer Risk

By Jemima Cooke

Controversy continues to surround this artificial sweetener, which is sold under brand names like Equal and NutraSweet, and its possible link to liver cancer. Learn more.

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Braised Daikon Miso Soup

By Kate Morgan

Enjoy the rich flavors of this soup featuring fresh daikon (a mild-flavored winter radish), vibrant beet greens, and lots of fresh ginger and garlic.

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The Surprising Benefits of Laughter — and Tips to Find More of It

By Jessie Sholl

Laughter has surprising health benefits for your mood, your mind, and your body. Try these tips to make more space for it in your life.

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6 of Our Favorite Slippers

By Experience Life Staff

High-quality slippers for keeping your feet comfy and warm.

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Fasted Vs. Fed Training — Which Is Better?

By Sarah Tuff

It comes down to your individual goals and preferences, says one expert.

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PUMPING IRONY: Where Have All the Geriatricians Gone?

By Craig Cox

At a time when the U.S. population is aging at an unprecedented pace, the number of geriatricians trained to treat older patients is dwindling. Rebuilding that profession may require more than what our healthcare system can muster.

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What Your Feet Are Trying to Tell You

By Mo Perry

Not only do your feet carry you from place to place, but they can provide early warning signs for diabetes, thyroid problems, and even heart disease. Here’s what your feet may be saying about your overall health.

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Reality Check

By Jamie Martin

Experience Life‘s editor in chief on the problem with all-or-nothing resolutions — and how to set intentions for the New Year.

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Brad Jones on Overcoming Setbacks and Thriving at Life Time

By Brad Jones

A 60day Challenge winner reflects on the whole-body health benefits he received when he began focusing on his fitness.

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Green Shakshuka

By Drew Ramsey, MD

This brain-supportive recipe from Eat to Beat Depression and Anxiety, by Drew Ramsey, MD, offers satisfying flavor and abundant nutrients — without the postmeal crash.

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How Diet Can Make — or Break — Your Mental Health

By Chrystle Fiedler

Learn about the connection between food and mood and what you can eat to support your mental health.

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