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Let’s talk female empowerment: An interview with Olympic medalist Lauren Sesselmann
Lauren Sesselmann has played soccer at the highest levels. We ask Lauren about her accomplishments, the adversity she’s faced, and the work she’s doing to lift women up.
A proactive health guide for people 40+
After you reach 40, it becomes more likely that the normal aging process will introduce new and perhaps surprising health concerns.
How to apologize to your teen
A sincere parental apology can be an opportunity for role modeling as well as repairing a relationship. Here are some secrets for doing it well.
Brain center offers comprehensive dementia care
Pacific Brain Health Center assists with diagnoses and interventions for patients dealing with memory loss
Housing as a bridge to better mental health
A look at the power of home and community, and the "housing first" response to homelessness.
Why health resolutions fail
Our infographic offers reasons why New Year's health resolutions fail and things you can do to stay on target.
Four Holiday (Emotional) Hazards and How to Combat them with Self-Love
Sarah Sapora, self-love and wellness advocate, talks about the four emotional holiday hazards and how to combat them with self-love.
How to host a healthy holiday, featuring Express Care
Follow these quick tips for a healthier holiday gathering. If symptoms show up to the party, Express Care can be your fastest way back to the festivities.
Grief during the holidays: when derailing may put you back on track
For some, the holidays are complicated because they’re missing a loved one who has died.
Hold the phone? How to tell when your tween is ready for one
Parents who are thinking of getting their child a smartphone need to do some advance planning to make sure the whole family is ready for this new responsibility.
Best of To Your Health 2018: Women's health
From pregnancy to menopause, here are the women’s health topics that captured our readers' attention this year.
Medical screenings every woman should have
Over the courses of their lives, women should seek regular health screenings to monitor changes in their bodies, both seen and unseen.
"Adrenal fatigue" isn't what ails you
If you feel fatigued or stressed, don't rush out to buy licorice root or Siberian ginseng: see a health care provider who can tell you if you're suffering from a real disease.
Ho-ho-ho-liday stress? Here’s how to avoid it.
Check out these tips on how to avoid holiday stress so that you can focus on the festivities.
How to help a teen through holiday depression - Part 2
The second half of our interview with Providence family therapist Kathryn Anderson on teen depression.
How to help a teen through holiday depression - Part 1
Family therapist Kathryn Anderson discusses the warning signs of teen depression, its prevalence and causes, and what we can do to help our teenagers prevent and work through it.
It's time to heed the call to exercise more
We all know that exercise is good for us, but most of us find reasons not to do it. We should reconsider.
Facing breast cancer with grit and gratitude
For Kikkan Randall, winning Olympic gold and fighting cancer have a lot in common.
10 things you need in your bad-day toolkit
How can you keep a bad day from turning into a bad week? Use these suggestions for turning a negative into a positive and mitigating episodes of anxiety or depression.
Stuff nobody tells you about losing weight