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    Start TODAY members finish February's balance-themed challenge

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  • How drumboxing exercises your body and mind at the same time

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  • The importance of admitting mistakes and the right way to say sorry

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  • How this longevity lab aims to help slow down the aging process

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  • How to prepare now for spring allergies

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  • What is practical optimism? How to put this mindset into practice

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  • Does a healthy BMI mean a healthy heart? Myths versus facts

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  • How following the keto diet improved this man’s mental health

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  • Get a behind-the-scenes look at Ally Love’s Peloton classes

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  • Simple ways to make basic exercises more effective

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  • How Power Plus Wellness is making exercise more inclusive

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  • Hair loss fact vs. myth: What you need to know

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  • How to identify, manage and untangle your emotions

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  • Modern medicine roundup: The Atlantic diet, scent therapy, more

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  • How to figure out what love languages you and your partner have

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  • When is the right time to see a doctor when you don’t feel well?

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  • Schools suggest mildly sick kids should attend class anyway

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  • Amy Yasbeck talks heart health in honor of late husband John Ritter

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  • Don't want to exercise? You're not lazy, science says

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Are older people happier? Harvard study indicates so

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A new study finds that older people report greater levels of happiness than younger people. TODAY’s Al Roker, Sheinelle Jones and Craig Melvin, with NBC special anchor Maria Shriver, talk about how they’ve grown happier with time.