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What Are You Excited About This Summer?
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF As you can see, warm weather activities—like fly-fishing!—make mevery happy. There’s even research on how merely anticipating a vacay results in a mood boost. But you know what? The real, actual vacation part is pretty darn awesome. E
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Sky-High Skin Care
TRAVEL TRIP-UP The humidity level on a plane? Less than 20 percent. The ideal condition for your skin? Forty to 50. “When the air is dry, it goes on a mission to find moisture,” says celebrity aesthetician Renée Rouleau. And since your skin holds wat
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The Fling Effect
If you’ve ever had a summer romance, you know the exhilarating sensation of a no-strings-attached affair. And if you haven’t, you can probably imagine the fluttery feeling that comes with a short-term infatuation (thank you,Grease, and every Nicholas
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Hit the Lights
Ever since NASA began studying light-emitting diodes (LED) in 2000 to help astronauts reset their circadian rhythms, LED has been a hot topic of research. That’s because it not only helps space travelers sleep but also results in more youthful-lookin
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You Have Arrived
When you add up the gas, the flights, the rooms—the everything—travel can seem like a downright splurge. (We know, we feel it too.) But it’s time to think of wandering the world as the ultimate investment. Much like your workout classes or farmers’ m
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Alex Morgan
“During the day I wear the Colo-rescience brush-on sunscreen to protect my face. At night I’ll use the Dr. Gross Peel Pads and Indie Lee Squalane Oil.” “We [the USWNST] decided to file the gender discrimination lawsuit because we’ve grown as a team,
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The Mermaid
GLOBAL GETAWAY Archipelago, Ecuador If your knowledge of these 19 volcanic Ecuadorean islands begins and ends with Darwin’s finches, heads up: Modern-day water-obsessed explorers are flocking to the colorful, largely uninterrupted shoreline. Since vi
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“The Sugar Slide Is Real.”
MARTA TOPRAN, BEAUTY DIRECTOR Follow my journey on Insta @martatopran. A year into my health journey, I started really feelin’ myself. I was getting up at 6:45 a.m. every day and crushing it at the gym, I was buying jeans in a size I hadn’t worn sinc
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Fighting to Play… …and Playing to Win
What started as a whisper (psst, we’re kicking ass, see?) and grew into a bewildered buzz (uh, anyone noticed we’re getting paid less than the men?) and then an exasperated WTF is now officially an all-out roar. Female athletes are done asking nicely
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The Mountain Mama
GLOBAL GETAWAY Japan Your goal: Climb the 12,388-foot Mount Fuji, the country’s highest and most sacred peak. If you’re in good shape, the up-and-down will be a full-day hike. You can summit in about five hours via the Fujinomiya Trail, a steep 2.3-m
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USING HER Voice
THE LAST TIME we saw Aly Raisman in the gymnastics arena was at the 2016 Olympics, where she completed a stunning floor routine, then burst into tears, knowing she had avenged her loss of an all-around medal four years earlier. In that moment, the li
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The History Buff
ROAD TRIP Boston Salem Cape Cod Massachusetts ~160 miles Boston’s past is everywhere. Here’s your itinerary: Stroll Hah-vahd Yahd to see the oldest university in America, walk Boston Common (the nation’s oldest public park), and, before biking to Cha
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MOVING Forward
WHEN ABBY WAMBACH cocaptained the U.S. Women’s National Team to World Cup victory in 2015, the soccer player solidified her iconic status. She retired soon after and found herself standing on stages with other renowned athletes, often men. And that’s
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The Bucket Lister
ROAD TRIP ~360 miles Take seven days to see them in this order, arriving before 10 a.m. for lower temps and foot traffic, recs Michael Oswald, author of Your Guide to the National Parks. The Island in the Sky region offers some of the most interestin
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Play the Right Way
Like tough workouts, leisurely activities such as light swimming or golfing deserve a few minutes of dedicated warm-up time. Perform dynamic stretches that replicate the movement you’re about to do (arm circles, torso twists, respectively). Improving
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STANDING Out
EARLIER THIS YEAR, Allie Kieffer posted a picture of herself flexing on Instagram. The caption read: “Strong is empowering. It’s knowing you belong in the free-weights section of the gym, holding your own amongst grunting men. Strong is seeing the nu
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The Soul Seeker
GLOBAL GETAWAY India It’s hard to get more spiritual than Kerala, home of Ayurveda, the ancient holistic health system that’s still the main form of medicine in South India today. Book a wellness trip with bespoke operator Audley Travel (you design y
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Happy Meals
Luise Vindahl and husband David Frenkiel—the food bloggers behind the new cookbookLittle Green Kitchen—don’t cook a separate meal for their three children. Nope, no little ones’ meal followed by a grown-up dinner and dessert. Instead, they get creati
Women's Health2 min de lectureFood & Wine
The Foodie
ROAD TRIP Portland might be coffee goodness, but it’s a major player in the sustainable-food movement too. Must-visits, all dedicated to thoughtful, local sourcing: Farm Spirit, Tasty n Daughters, Bullard, and Ava Gene’s. See what Oregon pinot noir’s
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STRONG & SEXY
Being a health and nutrition correspondent means that companies frequently send me their products, and ask for my stamp of approval. Most of the time I dive into research, give the product a try, and send the company honest feedback about what they’l
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The Solo Adventurer
STATESIDE ESCAPE Tennessee You could fill a whole day—and step count—museum-hopping (Country Music Hall of Fame, Ryman Auditorium), following your ears (into Broadway bars featuring live jazz and country, a.k.a. honky-tonks), and eating (Martin’s BBQ
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You Grill, Girl!
“You’d never bake a cake or roast a chicken without preheating your oven. It’s exactly the same principle here.” —Elizabeth Karmel, author of Steak & Cake Basic but clutch: “Don’t overcook your meats. The best tool for rookies and pros—and everyone i
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Hot Take
HOT TOPIC Genes are partially to blame for these patchy pigmentation flare-ups, but heat (all forms of it—even Bikram or infrared saunas) acts as a catalyst too. “It can trigger and exacerbate melasma by causing inflammation and stimulating melanocyt
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