Katherine Martinelli, Prevention Magazine

Katherine Martinelli

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Past articles by Katherine:

6 Telltale Signs You Need to See Your Doctor About Low Libido

From stress to hormonal changes to relationship issues, there are a variety of reasons why low libido in women occurs. Here are signs you should see your doctor. → Read More

8 Greenwich Village Restaurants That New Yorkers Love

The best places to eat in Greenwich Village in New York City, including Corner Bistro, Murray’s Cheese Bar, and Minetta Tavern. → Read More

Living Legacy: Making a Family Home in a Historic Mansion

From 800 square feet in sprawling Manhattan to 6,000 square feet in historic Nyack. → Read More

14 Tips for Creating a Self-Care Routine to Nourish Your Body and Soul

Practicing self-care can help you nourish both your physical and mental health. So we asked the experts for their best tips to help you build and maximize your routine. → Read More

6 Signs Your Awful Cold Has Actually Turned Into a Sinus Infection

Sinus infections are hard to diagnose because sinus infection symptoms mimic a cold, but there are other signs you might have one. → Read More

How to Feng Shui Your Bedroom for the Best Sleep of Your Life

These feng shui bedroom ideas will help you transform your space, with expert tips on the best feng shui colors, mirrors, bed placement, and more to improve your sleep. → Read More

The 10 Netflix Health Documentaries Everyone Should Watch in 2019

Netflix documentaries like 'What the Health,' 'My Beautiful, Broken Brain,' and 'Icarus' are fascinating, emotional explorations of personal journeys and major health issues facing the world today. → Read More

25 Fascinating Health and Fitness Podcasts to Get Obsessed With in 2019

Hosted by nutrition experts, fitness gurus, and journalists, these fascinating health and fitness podcasts debunk popular myths, share helpful tips, and motivate you to reach your goals. → Read More

Is the 30-Year-Long Styrofoam War Nearing Its End?

Neither banning nor recycling will rid us of Styrofoam. Can we live without it? → Read More

6 Surprising Heart Attack Risk Factors, According to Doctors

​You could be at risk of a heart attack even if you don't have the traditional symptoms. Read up on unexpected heart attack risk factors. → Read More

9 Reasons for a Low Libido Every Woman Should Know, According to Doctors

From lack of sleep to underlying health conditions, your sex drive can plummet for all sorts of reasons. Here, doctors explain factors that impact low libido. → Read More

Top 10 Most Shared Homes This Year

What makes a home worthy of Internet fame? According to our social media stats, the quirkier the better! → Read More

6 Millennial Pink Homes Proving This Color Is Here to Stay

Simultaneously trendy and timeless, this lovely shade of pink has long been a real estate staple and is now taking social media by storm. → Read More

What to Do in New York This July: Shakespeare in the Park & Generation Women

Summer is in full swing, so it’s time to take advantage of the weather with outdoor theater, music, cruises, and sports. Whether it’s Shakespeare in the Park or an alfresco pop concert with Regina Spektor, the New York summer is calling. AFAR Local is our monthly insider guide to the best of wha... → Read More

What to Do in New York This June: Big Apple Barbecue Block Party & Mermaid Parade

Treat dad to a beer brunch on Father’s Day, or celebrate early with a massive barbecue catered by 15 of the nation’s best pit masters. Get a dose of art at the Museum Mile Festival, and a dose of wacky at the Mermaid Parade. AFAR Local is our monthly insider guide to the best of what’s happenin... → Read More

What to Do in New York This May: Five Boro Craft Beer Fest & Listen to Your Mother

Be the first to taste the newest craft beers from around the five boroughs—and enjoy some old favorites while you’re at it. Celebrate Mother’s Day early with a show full of original readings about parenting, or hit the freshest brunch in town at the Queens Botanical Garden. AFAR Local is our mon... → Read More

New Frameworks: Building Earth-Friendly Homes While Shaping a Better Future

Construction that heals the environment? It can be done. See how these builders bring a social justice-driven ethos to home building. → Read More

10 New Orleans Homes to Inspire Mardi Gras Magic

Gear up for Fat Tuesday with these gorgeous homes in the Big Easy. → Read More

10 Homes for Sale With Amazing Kitchens

If waterfall countertops, professional appliances, and beaded-edged cabinetry whet your appetite, take a look. → Read More

Miscarriage is common. So why is it such an isolating experience?

Sure, the range of emotional responses to miscarriage and child loss is vast. But despite the fact that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimates there are more than 1 million fetal losses (“the intrauterine death of a fetus at any gestational age”) each year, we just don’t have a script for dealing with this kind of bereavement. → Read More