Cassie Shortsleeve, Condé Nast Traveler

Cassie Shortsleeve

Condé Nast Traveler

Boston, MA, United States

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  • Condé Nast Traveler
  • Women's Health Mag
  • SHAPE magazine
  • Men's Health Mag
  • Prevention Magazine
  • Esquire
  • Cosmopolitan
  • StyleCaster
  • Glamour
  • Cashay

Recent articles by Cassie:

Is It Safe to Go to the Beach? Experts Weigh In

Is it safe to go to the beach? Health experts answer six common questions about having a day in the sand. → Read More

Where to Buy Face Masks for Travel: Everything You Need to Know

What to look for, where to buy them online, and how to make your own. → Read More

What Is A Lymphatic Drainage Massage—And Does It Really Improve Your Health? Experts Weigh In

Lymphatic drainage massage claims to fix bloat, boost immunity, and aid weight loss. Here, experts weigh in on the proven benefits, and how to do it yourself. → Read More

What Are the 5 New Olympic Sports in the Tokyo Summer Games?

The Tokyo Summer Games may have been postponed to 2021, but there's still a lot to look forward to, including five new Olympic sports. → Read More

Cilantro Recipes: Healthy Snacks & Meals Using Leftover Herbs

Leftover greens from Cinco de Mayo? Whip up yummy snacks and meals instead of throwing extra cilantro in the trash. → Read More

Sleep Impacts Performance More Than You Might Want to Believe

Why rest could be the most important piece of your fitness regimen—and how to optimize your shuteye. → Read More

It’s Time to Stop Believing These 6 Sleep Myths

No, you can’t make up for lost hours with extra coffee—but there's plenty you can do to guarantee better sleep. → Read More

How to Plan an Active Honeymoon Without Sacrificing Romance and Relaxation

Rather than lounging on the beach after your wedding, spend some time getting fit on an active vacation and honeymoon. Here's how to plan your fit getaway and the top places to seek adventure on your honeymoon. → Read More

7 Ways to Avoid Germs on a Plane

A face mask likely won't ward off coronavirus and flu germs on a plane—but hand sanitizer might. Follow these tricks to stay healthy on your next flight. → Read More

Low Energy? When to Choose Sleep or Working Out.

When it feels like there's only enough time for rest or exercise, should you hit snooze or suck it up and sweat? → Read More

A Primer to Breastfeeding and Pumping While Traveling

What to know about how to breastfeed while traveling and keeping your milk safe when you're away from home. → Read More

12 Treatments That Will Relieve Relentlessly Itchy Skin, According to Dermatologists

From moisturizers and oatmeal baths to steroids and psychiatric meds, here are the itchy skin treatments that can help soothe redness, swelling, and irritation. → Read More

The Great Millennial Blood Pressure Problem

The prevalence of high blood pressure is greater in millennials than it was when Gen Xers were the same age. Here's what's causing it in young men now. → Read More

Should Men Freeze Their Sperm?

The global sperm market is now valued at £3.6bn, and it seems a lot like companies are cashing in on male anxieties, but do men need to freeze their sperm? → Read More

Why I Refuse to Feel Guilty for Working Out While My Baby Naps

As a new mom, I refuse to let mom guilt keep me from being active and taking time to work out. → Read More

Does Positive Thinking Really Work?

There's new science on the power of positivity—and it's not all about mind over body. → Read More

You Can Legit Nail a Yoga Handstand In Less Than a Month

Learn how to do a yoga handstand in less than a month with these drills, core strengtheners, and shoulder exercises courtesy of master yoga handstand expert Heidi Kristoffer. → Read More

6 Ways to Explore a New City This Fall

These tips will make your trip so much better. → Read More

Tennis Star Madison Keys On Equal Pay, Winning the U.S. Open, and the Future of Women's Tennis

Off the court, the athlete is a pioneer for women's rights. → Read More

7 Super Common Period Myths

...and why you’ve got to stop believing them—STAT. → Read More