Prevention magazine gives you healthy solutions you can really live with. Every issue delivers the latest news and trends on health, food, and nutrition, family, fitness, and more!
Eat Your Greens for Strong Bones
It’s Party Time!
Create Little Chefs
The Best Soothers for Fussy Kids
Snacks That Fight Food Waste • Here’s a green (and yummy!) idea: planet-friendly bites that are good for you and the world.
Tackling Your Biggest Impacts on the Earth
Another Tool in the Climate-Change Fight
A Surprising Dementia Risk
Does the order in which I put on skincare products matter?
30-Minute Meal Under $15 • Sautéed Chicken & Tomatoes with Roasted Artichokes
SPRING SUPERFOODS • Great ways to enjoy these fresh picks
Finding a Lost Pet
Stop Puppies From Chewing
FIX YOUR FEET • Keeping your feet flexy and strong helps fortify everyday movements and prevent or lessen aches and pains (in your ankles, your knees, and even your back) that can stem from foot issues like bunions or fallen arches. Do this toe-scrunch move to maintain a good foundation.
A Beginner’s Guide to Weights • Strength training is important for strong muscles, joints, and bones, and it doesn’t have to be intimidating. Three things to keep in mind before you pick up a dumbbell, from fitness trainer Brook Benten, author of Prevention’s new book Lift Light, Get Lean.
STARGAZING • Through studying the night sky, you could spark creativity, feel closer to others, and learn something new.
Rethink Red Meat • Moving toward a plant-based diet is good for your heart as well as for the health of the planet.
Get Your Best Brows • Expert tips for a full, gorgeous look
Intuitive Eating • Unlearning diet rules helped me find peace with food.
walk away stress • Nearly all exercise is good for your mental health, but walking seems to have a tension-relieving superpower. And every little bit helps.
BLEEDING GUMS • If your smile’s been looking a little gory lately, here’s why.
Sex and Drugs • That got your attention, right? Here, answers to a few questions on both.
Green Your Home • Does one new habit a week really matter? Absolutely.
GET BETTER • QUALITY SLUMBER is one of the most important things you can give YOUR BODY AND MIND—but it doesn’t always happen naturally. So we tapped top sleep EXPERTS to find out what types of SLEEP TOOLS they thought really helped, then RESEARCHED AND TESTED dozens of products meant to sweeten your dreams, from the pillow under your head to the sheets atop your feet. NOW MEET THE WINNERS: They’ll help you create your optimal sleep sanctuary so you can have a very good night.
WHEN YOU DON’T LOOK SICK • People with INVISIBLE DISABILITIES and chronic illnesses number in the MILLIONS, but they’re often ALONE with their struggles. Here’s why they deserve ATTENTION AND RESPECT—and how to give it.
WHAT PEOPLE WITH INVISIBLE DISABILITIES WISH YOU KNEW • Living with a less immediately visible or less widely understood disability can often be lonely. If you’re a friend, a family member, or an ally to someone with a less visible disability, keep these things in mind.
NAVIGATING THE WORLD WITH AN INVISIBLE DISABILITY • If you’re new to life with an invisible disability or you’re in a position where your symptoms are changing, here are some tips for navigating some of the more challenging situations you might come up against.
5 Myths About Pregnancy • We’ve come a long way, baby, in what we know about producing new humans. Throw out this outdated thinking with the bathwater.
Sound Baths • This ancient practice involving chimes, gongs, and bowls promises to soothe your soul.