Grace Wade, Health magazine

Grace Wade

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Past articles by Grace:

This Personal Trainer-Approved Weekly Workout Schedule Balances Strength, Cardio, and Rest Days

Cramming cardio, strength training, and mobility work all into a 7-day period can be confusing. Here's how two certified personal trainers recommend breakdowning their weekly workout schedule. → Read More

Why This Beauty Influencer With Cerebral Palsy Says 'Makeup Doesn't Have to Hide Your Flaws'

When Rebeca Gonzalez posted her first makeup video four years ago, she never expected to become a beauty influencer, let alone an inspiration to millions. → Read More

The Top 10 Hair Trends for 2022, According to Expert Stylists

What better way to kick off the new year than with a new look? Whether you're looking for copper-toned tresses or intricately styled cornrows, there's a hairdo on this list for you. → Read More

Paulina Porizkova Responds to a Rude Comment on Instagram: 'Is It That I Dare to Celebrate My Older Body?'

Paulina Porizkova has long used her Instagram platform to embrace feeling sexy as she ages. However, some users feel she's simply asking for attention, to which she responded that she is not ashamed to celebrate her older body. → Read More

11 Types of Condoms, Plus the Pros and Cons of Each

Deciding which condom is best for you can be overwhelming, especially with all the different types: latex, female, lambskin, flavored, the list goes on. Here's an overview of each one, including its pros and cons and our product recommendation. → Read More

Google Announces the Top 10 Trending Health Questions of 2021—Here Are Our Answers

According to the company's annual Year in Search report, health-related questions like "is pneumonia contagious?" and "what is RSV?" were at the forefront of users minds all year long. → Read More

This 44-Year-Old Mother of Two Never Smoked—And Now She Has Stage 4 Lung Cancer

Since Amanda Nerstad's lung cancer diagnosis five years ago she's helped raised over $350,000 for research. And she wants others to know that "anyone with lungs can get lung cancer." → Read More

Why Am I Always Cold? 10 Reasons Why You Can't Stop Shivering

Constantly feeling cold is not only uncomfortable, but it could be a sign of an underlying health problem like hypothyroidism, a vitamin deficiency, or simply not getting enough sleep. → Read More

7 Winter Hair Trends to Inspire Your Next Color or Cut, According to Expert Hairstylists

This holiday season is all about embracing natural tones and texture. Think subtle honey highlights for brunettes and easy-to-maintain lowlights for blondes. Want go bold? Now's the time for bangs. → Read More

Paulina Porizkova Shows Off Her Self-Defense Moves on Instagram: 'I Walk With Confidence'

The 56-year-old former supermodel said learning self-defense skills changed her life and that she's been practicing kickboxing, karate, and Krav Maga since her forties. → Read More

A Missing Teen Was Rescued After Using a TikTok Hand Signal for Help—Here's What to Do If You See It

A missing 16-year-old teen was rescued by police after she used a hand signal she learned from TikTok that is meant to indicate someone is experiencing domestic abuse and needs help. → Read More

Can Adults Get the HPV Vaccine? Here's What to Know—And How to Decide if It's Right for You

The vaccine is recommended for everyone up to 26 years old—but what if you've aged out of that range? → Read More

Why Daylight Saving Time May Increase Seasonal Depression and Anxiety, and What You Can Do to Beat Winter Blues

Falling back, or changing the clock each fall when Daylight Saving Time ends and standard time resumes, is associated with a decline in mental health. It doesn't cause mental health problems but can exacerbate existing mood disorders, such as depression. Learn more about what you can do to ease back into standard time. → Read More

This rainbow-scaled lizard lived anonymously in the Andes—until now

The Feiruz wood lizard is one of more than a dozen recently found Peruvian creatures. But, deforestation threatens them and other unique species. → Read More

These female hummingbirds don flashy male feathers to avoid unwanted harassment

Better meals and less harassment are perks for females who take on more flashy, masculine coloring. → Read More

Baby bats babble like human infants

Greater Sac-winged bat pups have their own version of baby talk. → Read More

Young mice learn to parent by babysitting

Mouse moms trick younger mice into taking care of their babies, which helps prepare youngsters for future motherhood. → Read More

Scientists confirm that squirrels are amazing gymnasts

Smarts and skills are necessary for the creature's nimble leaps, risky decision-making, and flawless landings. → Read More

These killer whales go through menopause

Few mammals go through menopause, and the Biggs killer whale is one of them. Scientists still aren't completely sure why. → Read More

These killer whales go through menopause

Few mammals go through menopause, and the Biggs killer whale is one of them. Scientists still aren't completely sure why. → Read More