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The coronavirus and COVID-19 have changed nearly every part of our lives. But what hasn’t changed is our commitment to helping you thrive — in mind, body, and spirit. Discover new ways to thrive with various health-related articles.

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Yes, you can build resilience. Here’s how.

You’ve probably heard a lot lately about the importance of resilience, especially during the personal, social, and work-related challenges of the pandemic....Read Article >

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The healthiest oils for home cooking

Whether you love to cook or mostly stick to a few simple dishes, you likely have some kind of cooking oil in...Read Article >

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8 travel tips for staying healthy this summer

As the days grow longer and the weather heats up, summer is the perfect time to hit the road for an adventure....Read Article >

Latest Articles

  • Person with surfboard looks at ocean
    JUN 16, 2022

    Summer sunscreen guide: Learn how to avoid common sunscreen mistakes

    Spending quality time outdoors can be great for your health — from getting some much-needed vitamin D to relieving stress. But too much exposure to the sun comes with risks, too — like sunburn, skin damage, and over time, skin cancer. ... Read More >

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  • Barbecue skewer with grilled vegetables
    JUN 16, 2022

    How to eat healthy at summer barbecues and cookouts

    For many, summer equals barbecue season. While these months are all about relaxing and sharing meals with friends and family, it’s not always easy to make healthy eating choices during those get-togethers. Unless you’re mindful of your food choices, a season’s worth of parties, picnics, and potlucks could add up fast. ... Read More >

    TOPICShealthy eatingRecipesummer barbecue;

  • Smiling person stretches in bed
    JUN 16, 2022

    5 simple stretches for a better night’s rest

    A good night’s sleep is essential to good health — but many people struggle to snooze through the night. Not getting enough shuteye is linked to chronic conditions, including heart disease, obesity, and depression.1 One way to improve your rest and relaxation is by adding stretching to your evening routine. ... Read More >

    TOPICSexercisemindfulnesssleepstretches

  • Smiling woman sits on front porch
    MAY 06, 2022

    Yes, you can build resilience. Here’s how.

    You’ve probably heard a lot lately about the importance of resilience, especially during the personal, social, and work-related challenges of the pandemic. While resilience is essential during a crisis, it’s also vital for coping with everyday stressors like rush hour traffic, misunderstandings between friends, or a spilled glass of red wine. ... Read More >

    TOPICShealthy lifestyleMeditationMental Health and WellnessResilience

  • Person pours green juice into a cup
    MAY 06, 2022

    Ask a doctor: Is juicing healthy?

    In recent years, there’s been a growing interest in cold-pressed juicing. Many people see it as a quick way to eat healthy — getting their vegetables and fruits in just one drink. Juicing has become so popular that its market size is expected to grow to over $1 billion globally.* That’s a lot of green juice. But is juicing the healthy eating option it’s made out to be? Sean Hashmi, MD, physician and regional director of weight management and clinical nutrition for Kaiser Permanente Southern California shares why juicing isn’t always the best healthy eating choice. ... Read More >

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