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According to the American Heart Association (AHA), cardiovascular diseases are the No.1 killer of women, claiming more lives than all forms of cancer combined, killing one woman about every 80 seconds. With February being American Heart Month, it's an ideal time for women to reflect upon what can be done to prioritize their heart health, this month and beyond.

Since the turn of the century, genes and DNA have taken the spotlight as means to uncover the mysteries of our complex bodily systems. Today, from The Human Genome Project to at-home tests such as 23andMe, genes are standard table talk—whereas, even a couple of decades ago, they were widely undiscussed.

There's a long list of things that can prevent children from getting a good night of sleep. Erratic bedtime routine. Early morning school start times. Too much screen time. Sleep apnea. Anxiety. Schedule disruptions during the COVID-19 pandemic. Seasonal time changes.

"I've tried everything and still can't seem to lose weight."

As a new year arrives, you may be thinking about resolutions. And while it doesn't hurt to set intentions, be nice to yourself! Don't go into a new year already thinking only about the things you could improve. First, celebrate what you're already amazing at and set reasonable goals that are rooted in what will make you feel good—not what others may expect of you. For more, we asked the experts for insight on making the best of 2022.

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