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Health June 2019

Enjoy living the healthy life with solutions and advice from the experts at HEALTH magazine! Each issue is packed with smart and fun new ways to stay in terrific shape, look amazing and discover tasty (and healthy!) things to eat. For annual or monthly subscriptions (on all platforms except iOS), your subscription will automatically renew and be charged to your provided payment method at the end of the term unless you choose to cancel. You may cancel at any time during your subscription in your account settings. If your provided payment method cannot be charged, we may terminate your subscription.

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2 minutos
from the editor

IT’S PERSONAL In this issue, you’ll find a special section devoted to protecting yourself against skin cancer, by far the most common type of this disease. It’s a topic close to my heart. Seven-plus years ago, my husband passed away; he had melanoma. Sadly, I know firsthand how important it is to educate yourself and get screened. According to the American Cancer Society, an estimated 192,310 new cases of melanoma will be diagnosed this year—up almost 8 percent from 2018. But there is good news: The mortality rate associated with melanoma is expected to decrease by 22 percent this year, likely thanks to public-awareness campaigns, early detection, and advances in treatment. I’m grateful to have the opportunity to spread the news about how to prevent skin cancers—turn to page 17 for the latest…

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EDITOR IN CHIEF Amy Conway Executive Editor BETHANY HEITMAN Design Director MICHAEL MCCORMICK Editorial General Manager MEESHA DIAZ HADDAD EDITORIAL Beauty Director HEATHER MUIR MAFFEI Features Director CATHERINE DIBENEDETTO Food Director JENNA HELWIG Senior Fitness Editor ROZALYNN S. FRAZIER Copy Chief TONI RUMORE Beauty Editor LISA DESANTIS Assistant Beauty Editor ANNEKE KNOT Contributing Copy Editor BETSY STURGES Contributing Research Editors SABRINA MCFARLAND, MAGGIE PUNIEWSKA Editorial Assistant HANNAH HARPER ART + PHOTO Photo Director DAVID COOPER Contributing Art Director BAREE FEHRENBACH Deputy Managing Editor TARA LUSTBERG Editorial Production Director TED PLONCHAK Associate Photo Editor PATRICIA MITNAUL HEALTH.COM Executive Editor DARA KAPOOR Deputy Editor ESTHER CRAIN Senior Editor SARAH KLEIN Assistant Editors SUSAN BRICKELL, SAMANTHA LAURIELLO, CHRISTINA OEHLER, MAGGIE O’NEILL Supervising Producer JANET LAWRENCE Video Producer ARIANA PYLES Audience Engagement Editor REBECCA SHINNERS Social Assistant LAUREN WITONSKY Photo Editor ALEX SANDOVAL Editorial Producer ROBERT TUTTON Senior Director, Content Strategy, Health & Parenting AMANDA WOLFE CONTRIBUTING EDITORS Medical Editor ROSHINI RAJAPAKSA, MD Psychology Editor LYNN SALADINO, PSYD Nutrition Editor…

7 minutos
the share

SUPERFOOD SKIN CARE Summer produce can do way more than nourish you from the inside. Now, lots of beauty brands are using certain fruits and veggies to amp up products. For example, juicy watermelon adds hydration to lotions. Ginger protects your skin from pollution, and kale and spinach are packed with vitamins E and K, which have skin-soothing benefits. Here are some of our top picks. TREAT YOUR FEET Summer Sneaks June 5 is National Running Day! To help you celebrate in style, we’ve selected summer’s most breathable (and cutest) kicks. RECOVERY AID Here’s the Rub Clean-beauty pioneer Indie Lee had two big goals with her latest launch: To create something that would ease muscle soreness—without an overwhelming scent. I-Recover Mind & Body Gel ($48; indielee.com) is a fast-absorbing gel that has the hot-and-cold sensation that you…

12 minutos
the ultimate safe skin guide

THE LOWDOWN ON SKIN CANCER Arm yourself with the facts so you know what to be on the lookout for. SAFE SKIN GUIDE Understanding the Different Types Knowledge is power—read up on the three main forms of skin cancer. Basal Cell Carcinoma This type starts in your basal cells, which line your epidermis (the outer layer of skin). According to the Skin Cancer Foundation, more than 4 million cases of basal cell carcinoma are diagnosed each year in the United States, making it the most common form of skin cancer. Anyone with a history of sun exposure can be diagnosed, though it’s most common in those with fair skin, blond or red hair, and green, blue, or gray eyes. Generally, basal cell is the least dangerous of the skin cancers, and it rarely metastasizes. WHAT TO LOOK…

4 minutos
take a dip!

ONLINE SHOPPING? READ THIS FIRST! Don’t assume your size will be the same across different brands. Check the site for fit guidelines, and follow those when selecting which size to go with. Additionally, it’s a good idea to order a size up and a size down—just in case. But check the site’s return policy prior to placing your order to make sure you can send back the ones that don’t work for you. Styling by Pamela Duncan Silver for Sarah Laird & Good Company. Tommy Bahama: Peter Ardito; styling by Mai Tran…

7 minutos
finding balance

IT’S KNOWN AS the stress hormone—because it rises when you’re on edge and can cause harm if its levels creep off track—but cortisol isn’t always a bad guy. It does so much more than trigger the fight-or-flight response, says Rocio Salas-Whalen, MD, an endocrinologist at New York Endocrinology and clinical instructor at NYU Langone Health. “Cortisol is responsible for carrying out many vital processes in the body every day. We wouldn’t be alive without it.” The key to living well is keeping the hormone in check: “You want your cortisol to follow a certain pattern—it should be high in the morning and dip at night. And it’s even helpful for cortisol to spike when you’re under acute stress,” says Dr. Salas-Whalen. “What you don’t want is your cortisol to stay high…