Marygrace Taylor, Parade Magazine

Marygrace Taylor

Parade Magazine

New Haven, CT, United States

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Recent:
  • Parade Magazine
  • Women's Health Mag
  • Prevention Magazine
  • Bicycling Magazine
Past:
  • Runner's World
  • Good Housekeeping
  • Red Magazine
  • WYFF News 4
  • Men's Health Mag
  • HealthCentral
  • Rodale Wellness
  • LIVESTRONG.COM

Recent articles by Marygrace:

Whole30 vs. Keto Diet: Which Low-Carb Diet Is Better for Weight Loss?

The Whole30 and keto diets both are low-carb eating plans, and both have tons of hardcore fans. So if you’re trying to eat healthier or lose weight, is one more beneficial than the other? We asked experts for the basics on both diets and which is better for what purpose. → Read More

4 Women On How They Told Their Partner About Their Depression

Their experiences can give you ideas about how to bring up the topic with your other half. → Read More

5 Ways to Help Someone With Depression

Knowing the right thing to do or say can be tough. → Read More

The 4 Groups of People Who Are Likely to Have Serious Flu-Related Complications

Certain groups of people—like those who are pregnant, over 50, and have chronic conditions—should get their flu vaccine ASAP to prevent flu-related risks. → Read More

Does Sweating Profusely Mean You Get a Better Workout?

Finishing every workout drenched is a good thing, right? Well, maybe. Sports medicine experts explain. → Read More

Is Electrolyte Beer Actually Better For You Than the Regular Stuff?

Some claim drinking it can help you bounce back faster after a tough ride, but here’s what the experts have to say. → Read More

Can You Think Your Forehead Wrinkles Away? A Celeb Hypnotherapist Says Yes

You might’ve tried lotions, or serums, or even injections to get rid of forehead wrinkles or prevent 11s, those vertical creases that can form between the eyebrows. But what about… self-hypnosis?Kimberly Friedmutter is a certified hypnotherapist who’s worked with celebrities like Jennifer Hudson and Martha Stewart. And it’s totally possible, she says, to think your way [...] → Read More

Can Taking Activated Charcoal Help Your Hangover?

Some claim this trendy black powder works detox wonders, but what do the experts say? → Read More

Exactly How to Manage 6 Tricky Crohn's Symptoms

When it comes to Crohn's most challenging complications, know your options. → Read More

8 Ways to Cope When It Feels Like a Chronic Health Condition Is Taking Over Your Life

Managing a chronic health condition like diabetes, Crohn’s disease or arthritis can be super stressful. Here, expert-backed tactics to help you cope. → Read More

6 Signs You Need To Get An Eye Exam ASAP

Yes, really! → Read More

7 Health Benefits of Sweet Cherries

Delicious and nutritious. → Read More

PSA: There’s A Medical Procedure That Can Lighten Your Period

Endometrial ablation treats abnormal uterine bleeding (AUB) and heavy periods. Here's what you need to know about the non-invasive procedure. → Read More

Nutrition Experts Spill 7 Surprising Ways to Eat More Fruits and Veggies

“Yup, I eat enough fruits and vegetables every single day!” says almost nobody.It’s no secret that getting the recommended 1 1/2 to 2 cups of fruit and 2 to 3 cups of vegetables can be pretty tough. What’s more, one in 7 heart disease deaths are tied to not eating enough fruit, while one in [...] → Read More

Dr. Cecily Clark-Ganheart Credits Her 55-Pound Weight Loss to a 6-Hour Eating Window

Dr. Cecily Clark-Ganheart says intermittent fasting helped her lose weight when traditional calorie counting caused her to hit a weight-loss plateau. Here's how she did it. → Read More

4 Signs Your Heavier Flow Is Actually Abnormal Uterine Bleeding

Your heavy period might actually be a condition called abnormal uterine bleeding. Here you'll learn the symptoms and take a look at some simple treatment options that can help. → Read More

With All the Hype Surrounding Air Fryers, Are They Actually Healthy?

Experts break down whether or not air fryers are a healthy way to cook your food. → Read More

9 Things Everyone Should Know About the Measles Outbreak

Measles outbreaks have been on the rise in recent years, and 2019 is shaping up to be especially bad. Since January, 839 measles cases have been confirmed in 23 states—with 75 new cases occurring in the past week alone, according to CDC data. Which, understandably, might sound pretty scary. But the more you know about [...] → Read More

How Much Do You Actually Know About Ovarian Cancer?

Take this quiz to test your knowledge. → Read More

10 Surprising Foods Experts Say You Should Buy Organic

If you ever buy organic produce, you might be familiar with the Environmental Working Group’s Dirty Dozen—the list of fruits and vegetables that contain the highest level of pesticide residues. But are there other foods that are worth getting organic as well? The answer might very well be yes.Recent EWG findings show that nearly 70% [...] → Read More