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From CBD-spiked, anxiety-busting tea to organic weed pairings at dinner parties, we're in for some high times this year.
From chakra attunement to shamanic ritual, women are increasingly tapping the woo-woo realm for respite from relationship woes, work stress, and physical ailments—and the medical world is taking note.
Bonus: it's nourishing, not sugar-coated.
Popping bottles? Only if they've got multivitamins inside.
Strong, healthy women, rise up.
Introducing Well+Good's (Re)New Year plan: a five-week, expert-lead daily guide to kicking off 2017 right.
All the festive euphoria, minus the hangover? For lots of wellness cool kids, socializing is taking a sober, conscious turn this season—and it’s anything but dry.
The top moments plus takeaways from a seriously lively discussion on everything from cannabis consumerism to menstrual realness.
From Akin Akman to Shauna Harrison, instructors have become so much more than just sweat guides.
Mark our words: This winter, you'll be passing healthy mugs of turmeric golden milk—not eggnog.
Hundreds of Well+Good readers and more than 50 fitness studios are coming together across NYC to create some serious sweaty magic.
Buzzy new events in New York and Los Angeles are all about leading a high vibe life without substances.
Wearing your packed schedule as a badge of honor is seriously bad for your health—here's how to break the bad habit for good.
Fitness trainers are the new pop stars. Get ready to squat instead of sing along in sold-out stadiums.
After getting so comfortable—literally—in our sports bras, why would we ever go back to underwire booby traps?
A huge movement is stirring in the personal care industry.
If you can get a driver to arrive at your door within just a few taps on a screen, why not a fitness trainer, a massage therapist, or a nurse with an IV?
Monk fruit wants to be your new, go-to healthy sweetener. Experts explain if you should go for it.
Meet the body-positivity activists who are proving that every body is a yoga body—no matter its size or shape.
The UN has officially designated 2016 as the “International Year of Pulses.” Why you should be eating them—and know what they are!
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