Amy Marturana Winderl, SELF Magazine

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Past articles by Amy:

Allergic Asthma: 5 Common Myths, Debunked

Allergic asthma is a type of asthma that is triggered by allergies, and includes symptoms such as wheezing and shortness of breath. Learn more about allergic asthma. → Read More

The 10 Minute Abs Workout You Can Do If You Absolutely Hate Planks

This 10-minute abs workout will strengthen all your abdominal muscles and other core muscles, but there are zero planks (or planklike exercises) involved. → Read More

13 Good Back Workouts to Add to Your Fitness Routine

Stronger shoulders and better posture coming right up. → Read More

8 Excellent Posture Exercises to Add to Your Routine So You Sit and Stand Taller

These posture exercises help you sit and stand a little taller. They'll also help you build a strong upper back and core at the same time. → Read More

Abs Workout in 10 Minutes: 5 Moves to a Stronger Core

Get in a full abs workout in 10 minutes with this speedy core-focused workout routine that features just three equipment-free exercises. → Read More

5 Ankle-Strengthening Exercises You Should Try—and Why They’re Important

These oft-neglected joints deserve some attention. → Read More

11 Workout Tips to Make Your Exercises More Effective From Expert Trainers

Work smarter, not harder—these doable workout tips will take the workouts you’re already doing and make them even better. → Read More

3 Types of Crohn’s Disease Tests Used for Diagnosis

There isn’t just one Crohn’s disease test. Experts explain the numerous lab and imaging tests used to diagnose Crohn’s disease, from stool samples to endoscopy. → Read More

How Often Should You Change Your Pillowcase? Germ and Allergy Experts Weigh In.

We asked the experts what's lurking on your pillows and how often you should change your pillowcase for healthy, quality sleep. → Read More

32 Best Tech Gifts for Everyone on Your List

Each one helps make life just a little bit easier. → Read More

5 Skin-Care Tips to Try During a Hidradenitis Suppurativa Flare-Up

When you have hidradenitis suppurativa, flare-ups can make everyday things like shaving painful. Learn how you can gently care for your skin with these tips. → Read More

13 People on the Best Lessons They've Learned in Therapy

When a bit of advice changes your life, you just have to share it. → Read More

5 Things to Try If Sharing a Bed With Your Partner Is Completely Ruining Your Sleep

It's okay if sharing a bed with your partner is ruining your sleep. Seriously, you're not alone! Here experts offer up strategies that may help. → Read More

Is It Actually Gross to Wear ‘Outside Clothes’ on Your Inside Furniture?

It might feel gross, but is it actually risky? We asked experts whether it's unhygienic to wear "outside clothes" inside your home. → Read More

Jaleen Roberts Sprints to 2 American Records and 2 Silver Medals in Her Paralympic Debut

First-time Paralympian Jaleen Roberts is just getting started with two silver medals at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games in long jump and the 100-meter dash. → Read More

53-Year-Old Dutch Cyclist Jennette Jansen Wins Latest Paralympic Gold 33 Years After Her First

The athlete now has 10 Paralympic medals across three different sports. → Read More

Oksana Masters Is Officially a Gold Medalist in Both the Summer and Winter Paralympic Games

Five-time Paralympian Oksana Masters has nine Paralympic medals, and is the fourth U.S. woman to win gold in both a Summer and Winter Paralympics sport. → Read More

Breanna Clark Breaks Her Own Track World Record to Win Gold in the 400 Meters at Tokyo

Breanna Clark won her second Paralympic gold medal in the 400-meters T20 classification in Tokyo, breaking her own world record in the process. → Read More

Mallory Weggemann Sets Paralympic Record in 100-Meter Backstroke With Her Second Gold of the Games

Mallory Weggemann has won gold medals in the 200-meter individual medley and the 100-meter backstroke at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. → Read More

Silver Medalist Raven Saunders Forms ‘X’ on Podium to Call Attention to Oppressed

The shot put star's goal is to “inspire and motivate” her communities. → Read More