Women's Health


Slowly, stealthily, a kind of national diet exhaustion has set in: Although the number of overweight women is increasing, the percentage of them who are trying to lose weight has decreased, according to a recent study in the Women quit. They’re done. And anyone who has dieted can tell you why: The psychological burden that comes with constantly trying to restrict, to calorie-count, to pursue a thinner you, is utterly draining. And,

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Women's Health3 min de lecturePsychology
Grab the Good Vibes
Picture this: You’re seated at a conference table when your office’s new exec strides in and begins a presentation. You’ve never seen her before, and you’re captivated. Her vibe? Commanding. Her energy? Infectious. (Your colleagues’ eyes are on her,
Women's Health2 min de lecture
Balancing Act
Follow the ups and downs on Insta @ayakanai. My father loves to tell a story about when I was first put into a pool as an infant: I had zero fear and instantly swam under-water. Picture the baby on the Nirvana Nevermind album cover—that’s how quickly
Women's Health1 min de lecture
Rides of Your Life
Oh, the places you’ll go! Tons of waterside tracks—Mercer Island Loop, I-90 Trail, East Lake Sammamish Trail—will excite your heart rate and eyes. (The Pac NW is gorg.) Downtown, you’ll enjoy cyclist-specific traffic signals and bike shares with helm