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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.


The Ultimate Guide to Nutritionists and Dietitians in Boston


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


Seven Edible Plants You Can Grow in Your Apartment

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What to Wear: Outdoor Winter Runs

When the temperature drops, you need more than motivation to go running. You need the right clothes.

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Fit Trend: Tabata

The Tabata method has been around since the 1970s but has new life as a fitness trend.

Health Headlines: Mass. Residents Exposed to Secondhand Smoke

Plus: Yoga in schools; the coffee and cancer connection; and more health news.

Local and Healthy Holiday Gift Ideas

These locally-made products are perfect for a health enthusiast.

Find Out Your Genetic Disposition to Disease and Addiction

Plus: The brain chemical linked to suicide; UMass mentoring program and more health news.


The 15-Minute Bodyweight Workout

Try this workout you can do in any space while traveling this holiday season.

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Best of Boston 2019: Services

Best of Boston 2019: Services

Including massages and the best meal kit delivery service.


Fitness Stars in Our Backyard

These fitness professionals call the Boston-area home but have national followings.

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Universities Cool Offerings for Students During Finals

Schools are offering free massages, coffee, yoga, food, and, of course, puppies!

More Children Having Strokes

Plus: Brain fluid mistaken for allergies and more health news.

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New Year’s Resolutions Done Right

This year, set attainable fitness goals and reap the rewards.

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Massachusetts is the 4th Healthiest State in the Nation

Vermont grabbed the top spot and all of New England is in the top 10.

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

Brain Boosting Tips from Deepak Chopra

Dr. Deepak Chopra and Harvard Medical School’s Dr. Rudolph Tanzi want to give you a brain makeover.

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The Best Moves You Aren’t Doing

Add in these moves to spice up your routine.

Lower Air Pollution Equals Higher Life Expectancy

A new study by Harvard researchers says that declining air pollution levels improves our life expectancy.

Health Headlines: Is City Running Bad for You?

Plus: It only takes 20 minutes to be a great liar.

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