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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.

Adding flavor — not fat, sugar or salt — will diminish mindless eating.
Author: Jae Berman
Research shows you can gauge your readiness to exercise by heart rate and grip strength.
Author: Carolee Belkin Walker
Virtual trainer apps and interfaces that connect users help motivate reluctant exercisers.
Author: Stephanie Kanowitz
What to look for, and what to avoid.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
Teens are biting into the liquid laundry detergent pods, or cooking them and chewing them before spitting them out.
Author: Lindsey Bever
"Our sweet Braylynn, our warrior princess, earned her sparkly pink angel wings,” a spokesman for the family said on social media.
Author: Lindsey Bever
The agency commissioner says the step could help researchers and the public better understand FDA decisions.
Author: Laurie McGinley
Take Back #1 campaign includes free workouts to put D.C. back on top.
Author: Zainab Mudallal
Adding flavor — not fat, sugar or salt — will diminish mindless eating.
Author: Jae Berman
Layout and strategies are designed to get you to spend more money, usually on the unhealthiest foods.
Author: Christy Brissette
Start the year positively by cultivating respect for the body, saying “no” to weight stigma and focusing on wellness.
Author: Carrie Dennett
Cutting back on their intake doesn’t create healthy eating habits, but can cause them to sneak food or overeat.
Author: Casey Seidenberg
The industry is responding — slowly — to demands for accurate nutrition information.
Author: Cara Rosenbloom
Vegetables and proteins rule, dieting is out, and people want to know what they’re putting in their bodies.
Author: Ellie Krieger
When plans are too extreme or made for the wrong reasons, they fail.
Author: Jae Berman
A program on 10 bases radically alters fitness regime, using bikes, social media, menu labels and more.
Author: Vicky Hallett
Get ready to try algae oil, chicory root and more.
Author: Christy Brissette
First and foremost: Make your goal specific and realistic.
Author: Gabriella Boston
Tips from “Dr. Germ,” the microbiologist who tested the surfaces we come in contact with all the time.
Author: Elisabeth Leamy
The U.S. and Swedish studies are significant because they rely on objective measures of physical activity rather than self-reports, which are notoriously unreliable.
Author: Amby Burfoot
Plus, a daughter is concerned about her dad dating a controlling woman.
Author: Dr. Andrea Bonior
These comforting but guilt-free choices could be lifesavers as you navigate parties, shopping malls and frigid winter days.
Author: Ellie Krieger
It’s a happy time, so don’t let a few unhealthy choices ruin the spirit.
Author: Cara Rosenbloom
Her day ends with a dancing double feature: 5Rhythms and Tropicalia.
Author: Lori McCue
This News Source Was Added: September 13, 2016
The Content Was Refreshed: January 18, 2018 | 05:34