Prevention magazine gives you healthy solutions you can really live with. Every issue delivers the latest news and trends on health, food, and nutrition, family, fitness, and more!
What Is Beauty?
Take That Vacay!
20-Minute Meal Under $15 • Garlicky Mussels with Green Bean “Fries”
BULK UP ON B12 • Mussels are high in vitamin B12, a key nutrient that supports nerve and red blood cell health. Boost your intake with more B12-rich picks from Marisa Moore, a registered dietitian nutritionist in Atlanta.
BETTER-FOR-YOU SUMMER TREATS
Sleep More to Beat Pain
Good News for the Littlest Babies
A New Benefit to Being Mindful
Heart Risks in Under-40s
IN THE KNOW • Your guide to what’s new, noteworthy & now.
LATERAL JUMP SQUAT
Break a Sweat While Doing Everyday Tasks
Natural Benefits of Aloe Vera • Do you remember Mom rubbing aloe vera gel on your lobster-red back after a day at the pool? She was onto something: Aloe vera can be a useful staple when it comes to at-home healing. And it’s low-maintenance and quick to grow too! Here, three easy ways to use it from Maura Henninger, a naturopathic doctor based in New York City.
2019 PREVENTION Sun Safe Awards • TOP DOCTORS AND SCIENTISTS SHARE THE BEST SUNSCREENS YOU CAN BUY TO KEEP YOUR SKIN HEALTHY AND BEAUTIFUL THIS SUMMER AND BEYOND.
THE GREAT (healthy) OUTDOORS • Get a green dose of mind and body wellness this summer, and boost your mental energy, with these 15 creative ways to explore nature—wherever you live.
Meet Your Bladder • When you gotta go, this organ’s urgent message will not be ignored.
When His Libido Is Low
When it’s not “just” perimenopause • Surprisingly little is known about this slow hormonal shift we all experience, yet doctors often mistake it for other conditions—or miss the signs of something more serious. Here’s the info you need.
5 Myths About Summertime • Just like kids around the campfire freaked out by the classic ghost stories, we adults believe our own tall tales about the season’s potential hazards. Here, a reality check on staying healthy this summer.
5 SHOTS ADULTS NEED • Vaccines save lives, and not just young ones—adults need certain immunizations as well. Here’s what docs have recently learned and what you’ll want to roll up your sleeve for.
THE LONG SHOTS • Many people don’t need these vaccines, but some may—and they can be lifesaving. Find out where you stand.
WHY THE MEASLES IS BACK
So Berry Good • Come for the antioxidants, stay for the deliciousness. These summer snacks hit all the right spots!
Spiced Plum & Quinoa Muffins
Foods That Heal and Repair
FIRE up your Salad • This summer, take fresh fruits and veggies to the grill and give dinner a whole new level of healthy deliciousness.
Outdoor Games for Hot Days • You could park your family next to the air conditioner for the summer—or you could get outside and have some real fun with these all-ages activities. Just add water!
Beyond Dogs and Cats • Exotic pets aren’t so exotic anymore: Millions of Americans own birds, rabbits, hedgehogs, and other creatures that require specialized care. If you are one of them—or are thinking of joining the club—here’s how to help them live their best lives.
Exercise Your Minds • There’s one downside to the muchneeded downtime of summer break: Research shows that kids lose 20% of their reading gains and 27% of their math gains between third and fourth grade—and as they grow older, that loss increases. These easy ideas can help prevent the backslide without making them miss out on the fun.