Becky Hardin, University of Arizona Global Campus
Her book may not be a perfect solution to the issue, but it provides easy ways for beginners to transition to this lifestyle.
Jenna Nelson, Scripps College
Among the stress of the last year and a half, one thing has slipped the mind of the student population: habitual slouching.
Briana Byus, Biola University
The chemical known for bringing happiness to Gen Z is very attainable. Here are some suggestions on how to increase your happy levels in a natural way.
The popular lifestyle has been proven to be ineffective for weight-loss time and time again, but it remains one the top diets in the U.S.
Joseph Gorzka III, University of Virginia
Making simple changes that incorporate more movement into your daily routine can have long-term effects on your wellbeing.
Sophie N. Munoz, University of Texas at San Antonio
Treating oneself regularly can be detrimental, and it is important to be aware of the line between taking necessary time for oneself and creating bad habits.
Emma Watts, University of Arizona
Anna Barnard, St. Olaf College
Wilson is educating her social media followers on the importance of nutrition and the role it plays in mental health.
Kayla Placide, University at Buffalo
There’s a biological reason for why we don’t like to work out, but there are also many long term and harmful consequences.
Bryan Lance, Liberty University
One question: Where do I sign up?
Simona Barca, American University
It’s like having your own personal trainers.
Madalyn Watson, Baylor University
The Asian American fitness instructor uses her platform to encourage people to pursue a healthy lifestyle and a healthy attitude toward themselves.
Kelly Keglovits, UT Austin
No quick fix will ever replace a healthy lifestyle, and any diet that promises otherwise is a bad idea.
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