When thinking of your favorite TV characters—whether they’re fashionistas like Carrie Bradshaw, financially struggling young women like Hannah Horvath, or successful professionals like Olivia Pope—you
Written by Kristine Thomason, editorial intern Sure, it’s fun to get dressed up for a night out with friends. But let’s be honest: We’d swap heels for sneakers any day.
As a die-hard coffee addict, I’m all about trying exotic new brews, especially when they come from Starbucks. (Label me how you want.
Written by Jacklyn Kouefati, editorial intern Yes, we’re serious.
Written by Jacklyn Kouefati, editorial intern For the sixth year in a row, Be Bold, Be Bald is giving you the opportunity to show—quite literally—your support for cancer research.
Written by Kristine Thomason, editorial intern By now, most of us know salmon is an awesome superfood.
Written by Jacklyn Kouefati, editorial intern If you don’t know who Jack LaLanne was, girl, listen up.
I once saw an interview with an Ironman competitor who said that triathlon is 30 percent physical and 70 percent mental.
Written by Kristine Thomason, editorial intern “But first, let me take a selfie.” Whether you admit to loving the song or not, admit it: You’ve taken a selfie a time or two.
Whether you cheered as she claimed bronze in snowboarding at the 2014 Paralympic Games, tuned in weekly to see her sweep across the dance floor—and claim second place—in last season’s Dancing wit
We’re all pretty hard on ourselves, especially when it comes to failed attempts at eating clean all month, weekends included.
Just when we thought we’ve heard it all in the fitness tech world, students, entrepreneurs, and average Joe’s are continuing to wow us with new products that make living healthy lives easier — and mak
Written by A.J. Hanley “You’re not in Spin class anymore,” I told myself as I wheezed my way up a hill of the Best Buddies Challenge: Hearst Castle earlier this month.
If you’re an endurance athlete, then you already know that what you fuel with in preparation for—and during— your race is just as important as your physical training.
From FaceTiming our far-away BFFs to chatting with a doctor about bothersome symptoms, we do everything online. So why not make the next step in health care a digital one?
Well this sounds frightening.
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