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Live Right Live Well provides smart advice for mature, family-focused readers looking to improve their quality of life. Actionable, high-value content assists readers in making healthy living decisions to impact their overall well-being in a positive way. Expert sources offer the latest information, helping readers 35 and older improve all aspects of their health, especially the most pressing issues associated with aging -- fitness, heart health, digestive health, emotional health and disease prevention. The reader-friendly tone of Live Right Live Well inspires readers to take steps to optimize their minds and bodies -- for today and for the future.
Jane Chou has more than 20 years of experience editing and writing for national consumer magazines and Web sites. A former editor at Family Circle, Child, Redbook, Baby Talk and McCall's magazines, Jane specializes in health, nutrition, fitness and parenting. She is a contributing editor at the Pampers Parenting Institute and has contributed to numerous publications and Web sites, including Vegetarian Times, Pilates Style, Walking and Woman's Day.
Colleen Canney is an associate editor at Studio One Networks. She has edited and written on health and food for a variety of national lifestyle publications, including The Nest, The Bump and Zink magazines.
Karen Asp is a fitness and health writer who contributes to numerous publications, including Fitness, Natural Health, Men's Fitness, Prevention, Self, Shape and Women's Health. She's a contributing editor for Woman's Day and the Fit Travel blogger for AOL. Asp is also a certified personal trainer and group fitness instructor.
Michael Castleman has been called "one of the nation's leading health writers" (Library Journal). He is the author of 11 consumer health books and more than 1,500 health articles for magazines and the Web.
Stacey Colino has written for The Washington Post health section and many national magazines, including Newsweek, Real Simple, Woman's Day, Self, Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Glamour, Parenting, Sports Illustrated and Ladies' Home Journal.
Susan Male-Smith is a registered dietitian and freelance nutrition and health writer. She has written for Family Circle, Redbook, Child and American Health, and she is a former editor of the Environmental Nutrition newsletter and co-author of Foods for Better Health.
Winnie Yu is a freelance writer who frequently writes about health and nutrition. Her articles have appeared in Prevention, VIVMag, AARP Bulletin, Diabetic Living and nytimes.com, among others. Her latest book is What to Eat for What Ails You.
Nancy Gottesman was a senior editor at Shape magazine for 11 years. Since going freelance, she's been writing health and nutrition stories for publications such as Ladies’ Home Journal, O: The Oprah Magazine, Parents, Women's Health, Fit Pregnancy, Viv and Family Circle.
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Health and fitness information provided by Live Right Live Well should not be used as a substitute for professional health care. You should always consult your health professional before acting on any information seen here (or any other Web site).
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