Health+Wellness

Exercise Authority
October 2010

Exercise Authority

Want a better body? One of L.A.'s premier celebrity trainers share her fitness A-to-Z’s. She helped Madonna get her guns—she knows.

Body of Knowledge Full-Frontal Assault
October 2010

Body of Knowledge Full-Frontal Assault

The battle against breast cancer continues unabated on all fronts—we go to the experts for a checkup to see how itÆs doing.

Body of Knowledge The Way Back
October 2010

Body of Knowledge The Way Back

Inside the art and science of aging gracefully—and rest assured it's a whole lot of both.

Hope on Ice
January 2010

Hope on Ice

Robert Nelson turned to technology to beat the Great Inevitability, and then technology turned on him

The California Cure Future of Medical Care
October 2009

The California Cure Future of Medical Care

See what health care will look like beyond its current crossroads: more personal responsibility; tailored medical treatments and pharmacological therapies; years of looking younger longer; and the import of recent clinical trials.

The California Cure Personal Stories
October 2009

The California Cure Personal Stories

Every disease and the patient it affects has a story to tell. Here are five amazing tales of perseverance and triumph, from misdiagnosis and living with chronic illness to elusive sleep and a headache that simply won't go away.

The California Cure Innovators
October 2009

The California Cure Innovators

The world is on the cusp of an amazing medical revolution. Here's an overview of the game changers of the field—the men and women who are blazing new directions in dealing with age-old medical issues.

The California Cure The Land of Sunshine
October 2009

The California Cure The Land of Sunshine

Sure, L.A. is the City of Angels, but did you know it's also the wellness capital of the U.S.? Travel back to 1886, when William Wiggins came here to shake off tuberculosis...and spent the next 36 years extolling the curative powers of our city.

Video Every Day Is a Winding Road: Sheryl Crow
October 2009

Video Every Day Is a Winding Road: Sheryl Crow

The Grammy winner has been both on top of the world and in the depths over a breast-cancer diagnosis. She has handled it all with grace and courage—and she has learned to put life in perspective and become the person she was always destined to be.

Every Day Is a Winding Road Sheryl Crow
October 2009

Every Day Is a Winding Road Sheryl Crow

The Grammy winner has learned to take life’s turns as they come—and finds well-being is the destination. Hear her story in her own words

Performing Art
October 2009

Performing Art

For Sela Ward, a stunning cantilevered studio has become far more than a place to paint—it is literally her retreat.

In Treatment
October 2009

In Treatment

The chilled-out, aesthetics-obsessed mentality of spa culture is a natural fit for L.A. But bliss and beauty only go so far, so we eschew the froufrou in favor of 20 treatments that not only relax and beautify but provide the proven benefits of wellness.

What Handicap?
October 2009

What Handicap?

When you first meet him, Kyle Lograsso comes across as a typical kid. But at the tender age of seven, Kyle Lograsso has already beaten cancer and is on his way to becoming a golf phenom.

Tastemakers 2009 Daniel Siegel, M.D.
July 2009

Tastemakers 2009 Daniel Siegel, M.D.

Executive director of Mindsight and codirector of the Mindful Awareness Research Center at UCLA, Daniel Siegel digs into how one's mind can be channeled to help the whole body.

Anita’s Girl
February 2009

Anita’s Girl

Oscar-winning songwriter Carole Bayer Sager offers a poignant tribute to her mother, Anita Bayer.

The Worried Well
October 2008

The Worried Well

Dr. Judith Reichman guides Los Angelenos through the latest diagnostic medical tests and their effects on your health.

The Style List—October 2008
October 2008

The Style List—October 2008

The Supper Club L.A., Catherine Malandrino, black diamonds, the Rose Tarlow Melrose House, the Shaolin Wushu Center in Santa Monica and more.

A Stroke in Prime Time
September 2008

A Stroke in Prime Time

At the age of 44, screenwriter Ronnie Wenker-Konner suffered a major stroke—and recovered to tell the tale.