One Medical’s Emily Harrison, MD, wraps up our new series on managing blood pressure without medication, with this hypertension cheat sheet, featuring four lifestyle changes that have the biggest impact on high blood pressure.
We’re proud to be the official doctors of ORACLE TEAM USA, Defending Champions of the 34th America’s Cup! Get to know the team’s Head Athletic Trainer Craig “Oscar” McFarlane in this exclusive Q&A with our editor.
In August, we’ll continue our interview series with ORACLE TEAM USA. Get ready to meet the sailors who will be defending the title in September!
And prepare for a breakfast bonanza–we’ve got a wealth of breakfast ideas to fuel your busy mornings. Dairy-free? Gluten-free? Vegan? We’ve got you covered.
Here’s what else you might have missed from one:life in July.
Healthy Snack Ideas to Satisfy Junk Food Cravings by Sarah Kim
What Kind of Salmon Should I Buy? by Lisa Gosselin
Health Benefits of Chia Seeds: Are They Really a Superfood? by Rachael Moeller Gorman
Asparagus Salad with Soft-Boiled Egg by Allison Hodge
Potato, Asparagus and Mushroon Hash by EatingWell.com
Southwest Sweet Potato Salad with Jalapeño Vinaigrette by Alice Stern
Three-Bean Salad with Basil Vinaigrette by Alice Stern
Gluten-Free Plum Almond Crisp by Ashley Burnett
The Skinny on Diet Sodas by Malcolm Thaler, MD
Manage High Blood Pressure Naturally: 4 Tweaks, Big Impact by Emily Harrison, MD
Introducing ORACLE TEAM USA’s Craig McFarlane by Nikki Jong
ORACLE TEAM USA’s Craig McFarlane on Nutrition by Nikki Jong
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