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The Whole-Life Health and Fitness Magazine — we believe being healthy is a revolutionary act.
The Whole-Life Health and Fitness Magazine — we believe being healthy is a revolutionary act.

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Breakthroughs in our understanding of Alzheimer’s are leading to new healthcare approaches. In our latest issue, learn how lifestyle management may be the key to prevention. http://bit.ly/2kn3orQ

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Want to improve your focus, memory, and mood? Tana Amen, BSN, RN and Dr. Daniel Amen's recipes from our latest issue will nourish your body and your brain! http://bit.ly/2kn3LT2

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Breakthroughs in our understanding of Alzheimer’s are leading to new healthcare approaches. In our latest issue, learn how lifestyle management may be the key to prevention. http://bit.ly/2kn3orQ

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Happy Workout Wednesday! Our new issue features Month 3 of our six-month training series — and intensity is the name of the game. http://bit.ly/2lGYOoJ

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On the cover of our March issue, wrestling champion Anthony Robles is standing at the top of his game. http://bit.ly/2ld6Gxw

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Today on his blog, our deputy editor weighs in on the value of embracing the unknown as we age. http://bit.ly/2lg0WCw

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Today on her blog, our managing editor shares how her toddler’s tantrums are giving her a new perspective on conflict resolution. http://bit.ly/2kPmqWs

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Unilever owns a significant percentage of the personal-care market — and they've recently agreed to disclose detailed info about the chemicals in their products. http://bit.ly/2lnbZYZ

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Today on the team blog, our fitness editor shares insights on recovery — and the anxiety of painful workouts. http://bit.ly/2lMmOCu

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Recent studies have shown that the microbiome is a factor in development of obesity, asthma, type 2 diabetes, and heart disease. Now, we can add Alzheimer's to the list. http://bit.ly/2lnXC8B
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