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JANUARY CHALLENGE: Get Outside Every Day

By Experience Life Staff
This year, we’re building healthy habits together. Join us by starting with this One Healthy Habit challenge.
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4 Quick and Healthy Recipes From Danielle Walker

By Kaelyn Riley
Best-selling author Danielle Walker’s latest cookbook, Healthy in a Hurry, is full of fast, approachable recipes to help you eat well with less stress.
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How Awe Can Create a Greater Sense of Happiness

By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
Psychologist Dacher Keltner on how awe can transform your life.
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6 Exercises to Help You Get Down on the Floor — and Up Off the Floor – With Ease

By Maggie Fazeli Fard
Have you done a sit-stand test? The ability to get up off the floor with minimal support is a marker of longevity. Practice these moves to improve flexibility, balance, motor coordination, and muscle power.
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Can Chronic Inflammation in the Body Cause Mental Illness?

By Alexandra Smith, MA, LPCC
Researchers have begun exploring the link between chronic inflammation and psychiatric disorders.
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PUMPING IRONY: This Is Your Brain on Junk Food

By Craig Cox
As Big Pharma’s latest Alzheimer’s drug faces renewed skepticism, a new study suggests that avoiding ultraprocessed food may be a more promising approach to maintaining healthy cognitive function as we age.
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How to Make Your Ski Vacation More Environmentally Friendly

By Michael Dregni
Downhill skiing and snowboarding are environmentally expensive sports. Can they become more sustainable?
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Sheet-Pan Breakfast: Green Shakshuka Sheet-Pan Breakfast

By Robin Asbell
A North African breakfast dish, shakshuka is typically cooked on the stovetop with stewed tomatoes and onions. This sheet-pan version uses greens for a bright, nutritious twist on the classic.
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Is There a Long-COVID “Type”?

By Mo Perry
Researchers are discovering interesting commonalities among long-haulers. Learn more.
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MacArthur Foundation ‘Genius Grant’ Winner Robin Wall Kimmerer Talks About Connecting With Nature

By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
The world is a gift, says botanist Robin Wall Kimmerer, and we can accept it with gratitude and reciprocity.
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What Supplements Can I Take to Support Long-COVID?

By Mo Perry
Just like everyone has unique nutritional needs, everyone will have unique supplemental needs. But, it helps to focus on immune function, mitochondria, and gut health.
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What Is Upcycled Food?

By Jazz Ward
Upcycled foods are made from imperfect foods that would have otherwise found their way to a food-waste destination.
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Walks With Billie

By Jamie Martin
Experience Life's editor in chief reflects on time as another year draws to a close.
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