Women's Health readers strive to better their whole lives. And that's exactly why Women's Health reports on all the topics that interest them. In every issue you'll find topics on success strategies, nutrition, weight loss, health, fitness, special reports, sex & relationship, beauty breakthroughs, and style & fashion.
Mind Tricks • OUR BRAINS TEND TO CLING TO WHAT’S FAMILIAR, WHICH CAN STAND IN THE WAY OF REALLY AWESOME OPPORTUNITIES FOR GROWTH.
Strong Starts • NEED SOME INSPIRATION TO MAKE THAT VERY FIRST STRIDE? DISCOVER IT THROUGH FOUR WOMEN WHO EXPERIENCED LIFE-TRANSFORMING MOMENTS.
Golden Hours • You can try to fight it, but your natural preference for bouncing outta bed at 6 a.m. or dancing in the moonlight is in your genes. Humans have different “chronotypes,” or tendencies to want to wake or sleep at specific times, and it’s influenced by genetics. Sometimes, our chronotype doesn’t match up with our lifestyle, so Matt Walker, PhD, a sleep scientist and professor of neuroscience and psychology at the University of California, Berkeley, and Claudia Aguirre, PhD, a neuroscientist and WH advisory board member, give guidance for a fresh start—anytime.
Hitting Reset • After Amanda Lucci, WH deputy editor of content strategy, missed a fitness goal she’d been working toward for almost a year, she didn’t lament what she’d lost. Instead, she set a new target with the intention of truly nourishing her mind and body.
Unpause Your Workout Regimen • IF YOU WERE SIDELINED BY INJURY OR ILLNESS, THESE STRATEGIES WILL SWITCH ON YOUR FITNESS FOCUS AGAIN.
OWN YOUR MORNING • How does Elyse Myers—content creator, mom, and host of the podcast Funny Cuz It’s True—start her day? Great question (that’s one of her go-to catchphrases!), and we’d love to tell you. It all begins with a very early alarm, followed by solo creative time, a chocolate chip snack, and basketball with her son. Then the work commences.
Dance, Dance, Self-Revolution • Through a flamenco class, WH assistant editor Naydeline Mejia uncovered a new way to her duende, or most authentic self.
Skin in the Game • Is bulking up your facial muscles the key to a smoother, tighter look? Krista Bennett DeMaio takes her complexion to the gym in the name of research.
The Knead-to-Know Facial
What the Science Says
Do Your Homework
A Brighter Smile • Even good-for-you stuff (hi, coffee) can stain. Experts offer illuminating tips on keeping your teeth strong and shiny white.
Beauty MVPs • The WH team selected and sweat-tested the best products for your active lifestyle.
Smart Cookies • Create your own protein treats with our easy-to-follow—and totally customizable—formula. Dessert = exactly what you want (and need). Dig in!
Pantry Players • WHEN YOU’RE SEARCHING FOR SOME SWEETNESS, DRIED FRUIT DELIVERS. WE TRIED OVER 150 NO-SUGAR-ADDED BAGS AND BOXES TO FIND THE TOP ONE-INGREDIENT GOODIES.
Oats After Dark • Turn your morning bowl into a p.m. feast (breakfast for dinner, anyone?) with a supersavory base, a splash of sesame oil, and tons of toppings. Most important meal of the day, round two.
It’s Spice Time • IF YOU REACH ONLY FOR SALT AND PEPPER, THINK ABOUT UPGRADING YOUR ROUTINE. THESE BLENDS TAKE MEALS FROM MEH TO MAGNIFICENT.
Best in Sweat • Fitness isn’t just about workouts. It’s a lifestyle that influences what you wear, lift, and eat and how you sleep, recover, and adventure. We found the winners in those categories so you can level up your game.
Tracker Trend • Health and fitness fanatics are biohacking blood sugar to optimize energy, performance, and more. WH reports on the convo-sparking...