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Wellness

The Washington Post Wellness section provides coverage and analysis of health, healthcare, nutrition, wellness and fitness news, trends and policy. Post Wellness also includes discussions and blogs about major health issues.

These foods from an indigenous diet are local, seasonable and sustainable — and in stores during fall harvest.
Author: Ellie Krieger
These foods from an indigenous diet are local, seasonable and sustainable — and in stores during fall harvest.
Author: Ellie Krieger
If they’re eating enough vegetarian sources of protein, iron and B vitamins, even athletes can get along just fine.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
The smallest solutions — packaged foods, apps, putting clothes out the night before — can make all the difference.
Author: Jae Berman
“We are absolutely not saying that marijuana killed that child,” one of the study's authors said.
Author: Ellie Silverman
More than a dozen gene manipulation clinical trials are underway for conditions like hemophilia and sickle cell disease.
Author: Ariana Eunjung Cha
American Heart Association President John Warner had a minor heart attack during the organization's annual conference on cardiovascular science.
Author: Lindsey Bever
It’s never too late to start improving strength, balance and flexibility.
Author: Gabriella Boston
To lower the risk of chronic long-term disease, start with whole, minimally processed foods.
Author: Carrie Dennett
Long touted in Indian cooking and Ayurvedic medicine, this type of butter is a versatile and tasty pantry staple.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
The state cannabis commission voted to award new licenses to Doctor’s Orders and Temescal Wellness.
Author: Aaron Gregg
Rather than an all-or-nothing approach, parents should encourage moderation.
Author: Christy Brissette
Almonds, avocado, olive oil and chia seeds taste great and are beneficial to boot.
Author: Cara Rosenbloom
It helps carry oxygen to your cells, aids digestion and immune function, and lots more.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
Don’t get derailed by a tight schedule or unrealistic expectations. Small steps matter.
Author: Jae Berman
Greek, French, Bulgarian: A guide to what’s available in the grocery store.
Author: Ellie Krieger
Moderation is common sense. But many of us don’t even know what and how much we are eating.
Author: Carrie Dennett
Apples, sweet potatoes and other foods are in season for a reason.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
Plus, another reader is not happy in their marriage, but can't put their finger on why.
Author: Dr. Andrea Bonior
Let’s look at the pros and cons.
Author: Gabriella Boston
Going against traffic and other safety tips from experts.
Author: Ben Opipari
It’s possible to eat healthfully even in the dining halls.
Author: Christy Brissette
The best advice isn’t sexy. But there’s a reason it has stuck around.
Author: Cara Rosenbloom
A few oversized bowls of ice cream, some lazy days without exercise or a late night out will not break your baby. But you should be looking for certain nutrients.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
REFRESHED: November 18, 2017 | 23:08