Leslie Barrie, Everyday Health

Leslie Barrie

Everyday Health

New York, NY, United States

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Past articles by Leslie:

22 Immune-Boosting Recipes With Turmeric, Ginger, Cinnamon, and More

Help prevent COVID-19, the flu, and the common cold by adding disease-fighting ingredients to your meals and snacks. These recipes show you the way. → Read More

Exercising With Eczema: How to Avoid Flare-Ups

Exercise, of course, is essential for fitness and health. But if you have atopic dermatitis (aka eczema) and are living with itchy, dry, inflamed skin, chances are you’ve faced a few challenges when it comes to working out. “For some people, the heat and sweat that’s generated with exercise can aggravate the skin,” says the dermatologist Debra Wattenberg, MD, a cofounder of NY Skin RX in New… → Read More

Cactus Water: Is It Good for You?

Move over, coconut water. Cactus water is a popular beverage that you can buy in the store or make at home. Learn about the possible benefits and risks in this article. → Read More

No Turkey for Thanksgiving? 7 Other Main Dishes to Try

Whether you can’t find a turkey or want to try a different dish for Thanksgiving Day, these registered dietitians have healthy ideas for inspiration. → Read More

Toxic, Not Healthy: Surprising Liver Dangers of Herbal Products

Seemingly healthy supplements can carry the risk of drug-induced liver injury. Learn more about the link and follow these steps to keep this organ healthy. → Read More

10 Dehydration Myths and Facts

Are certain people prone to dehydration? Do you really need eight cups of water per day? And what does the color of your urine mean? Find the answers to these questions and more here. → Read More

The Pros and Cons of Eczema Light Therapy

For severe eczema that doesn't respond to corticosteroids and creams, light therapy may help. Read this explainer, then ask your dermatologist if the treatment is right for you. → Read More

11 Vitamin D Myths and Facts

Vitamin D gets a lot of hype, but when it comes to your health, just how beneficial is it? We interviewed experts on 11 common claims about the sunshine vitamin to find out if they're true or false. Read on to learn more! → Read More

7 Impressive Health Benefits of Apples

An apple a day keeps the doctor away? Possibly! Scientific research shows that this common fruit may help prevent cancer, manage type 2 diabetes, and keep heart disease at bay, among other health benefits. Here's why else you should be eating apples. → Read More

8 Tips for a Healthier Pizza, According to Registered Dietitians

Pizza is usually synonymous with junk food, right next to burgers and fries. But it’s possible to build a more nutritious, less caloric pie that still feels like a treat. These nutrition experts’ show you the way with their tips for making healthy pizza. → Read More

10 Keto-Friendly Barbecue Recipes

'Tis the season for summer cookouts. If you're on the ketogenic diet, we've got you covered with these delicious recipes, which are low in net carbs and packed with nutrition. → Read More

10 Healthy and Comforting Pasta Recipes

Lighten up! These pasta recipe ideas are both good for you and comforting. Bursting with nutritious veggies, they make for a more complete meal. And research shows pasta can be part of a healthy diet and, in moderation, may contribute to weight loss. → Read More

10 Easy Quarantine Desserts (That Are Also Healthy)

Sick of banana bread? Whip up these nutritious, good-for-you treats that can seriously satisfy your sweet tooth while you’re socially distancing or sheltering in place during the COVID-19 pandemic. → Read More

11 High-Fiber Foods to Add to Your Diet

Fiber is important for overall health, and most Americans don’t get enough. Fiber can help prevent heart disease, obesity, and type 2 diabetes specifically, not to mention aid digestion. Add more to your plate by reaching for these foods high in fiber. → Read More

‘COVID Toes’: Must-Know Facts About the Strange Coronavirus Symptom

An itchy red toe rash may seem like a far-fetched COVID-19 symptom. But dermatologists and podiatrists think it’s a likely sign of infection. Here’s why young, healthy people may be most at risk, why the symptom may be happening, and how to cope with it. → Read More

Ski Resorts Struggling With Climate Change Take Double Hit With Coronavirus

Not only are resorts struggling with virus closures, but they also must deal with climate change, which will impact on the industry for decades to come. → Read More

Wellness Travel in the Time of Coronavirus

In the luxury and wellness travel space, agency group Virtuoso canceled its annual symposium in Vienna, and the U.S. is expected to see a 6 percent drop ... → Read More

Can Luxury Hotels Like Four Seasons and The Peninsula Make a Social Impact?

Luxury hospitality and social change haven't always gone hand in hand. But today a new definition of luxury travel is taking hold. Sure, luxury guests → Read More

The Novel Way Some Luxury Travel Companies Are Helping Guests Disconnect

The luxury hospitality industry prides itself in finding new ways to surprise and delight travelers — after all, guests are paying a premium for it. → Read More

More Properties in Europe Want the Luxury Eco-Resort Label

Chances are you've stayed in a resort that suggests you hang up your towel and reuse it, rather than tossing it on the ground. It's usually part of the → Read More