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Fitness

This Is What It’s Like to Open a Fitness Studio During the Pandemic

Owners of the new spin studio AXL, in East Boston, say it requires a lot of pivoting.


Nutrition

The Ultimate Guide to Nutritionists and Dietitians in Boston

Wellness

Karen Akunowicz on Powerlifting, Gardening, and Chilling in a Kiddie Pool

Nutrition

Seven Edible Plants You Can Grow in Your Apartment


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A Diet Based on Your Genes?

Instead of choosing a diet, the best nutrition plan for you could come from your genes.

Fitness

Work Out Like: A Pro Snowboarder

Saugus native and pro snowboarder Jonathan Cheever shows us how to train like we’re on Team USA.

Hospitals

The Fat that Burns Calories When It’s Cold

Brown fat, or healthy fat, may be responsible for burning calories cold in weather.

The Right Way to Shovel Snow

Use these tips to shovel snow safely without strain to your heart and body.

Fitness

Social Media Can Help You Lose Weight

For every 10 status updates, you can lose .05 percent of your body fat. We’re not kidding.

Alzheimer’s Numbers Set to Triple by 2050

Plus: High-dose vitamin C linked to kidney stones; Millennials are the most stressed; and more health news.


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Best of Boston 2019: Services

Best of Boston 2019: Services

Including massages and the best meal kit delivery service.


Hospitals

Harvard Studies Brain Dysfunction

Harvard researchers may have found a way to stop motor dysfunction.

Nutrition

What to Eat When You’re Expecting

Pregnancy isn’t an eating free-for-all. Find out which nutrients you need most.

What to Wear: Yoga Class to Street

These clothes look just as good on the street as they do in tree pose.

Norovirus vs. the Flu

As the flu wanes, norovirus is picking up where it left off. Here’s how to tell the difference.

Beauty

Diet Linked to Acne

Research shows carbohydrates and dairy products could be triggers for acne.

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Research

Research

World-class hospitals and a thriving biotech culture lead to new medical discoveries every day.


Health News

Longer Lives, Poorer Health

A new study says baby boomers are living longer but are plagued with health problems.

Yoga for Better Sex

Research shows that these moves can improve your sex life.

Nutrition

Eat Like a Dietitian

A dietitian opens her fridge (literally).

Get Better Air in Your Apartment

Just a few common indoor plants can have you breathing easy.

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