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Themen | 001/2024 (23.02.2024)
  • Joy Ride
    When life shifts, so can your sex drive. But that doesn’t mean you have to settle. But with the right support, a shift in sexual satisfaction can be a precursor to self-exploration. On the following pages, you’ll find stories from women who have rebuilt their sexual selves amid the fug of new motherhood or while grappling with a life-altering diagnosis.
  • The dazzle and defiance of Amy Dowden
    It’s unlikely to come as a surprise that behind the megawatt smile of the 33-year-old Strictly star is a heart of gold. But there’s also a core of steel – and a powerful, perceptive voice on the way we treat those who are unwell
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Themen | 003/2024 (10.05.2024)
  • The promises and pitfalls of other people’s health habits
    Whether yours is a ‘Huberman Husband’ or an ‘Almond Mom’, it’s become commonplace to eye-roll at archetypal adherents to rigid, rules-based health routines. But what is the enduring appeal of painstakingly prescriptive protocols? And how can you protect your own health values when loved ones push theirs?
  • MARY EARPS
    The Best Fifa Women’s Goalkeeper in the world. Sports Personality of the Year. Mary, Queen of Stops. After another winning year, the Lionesses’ not-so-secret weapon opens up about her decision to speak out about that Nike football shirt, walking the tightrope between success and burnout, and learning the power of being herself
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Themen | 004/2024 (14.06.2024)
  • UNWRAPPING A REVOLUTION IN FEMALE HEALTH TESTING
    From urine tests for endometriosis to tampons that diagnose HPV and robotics transforming breast cancer screening, there’s never been more momentum behind helping us understand our symptoms. Here, one writer, for whom the story is acutely resonant, takes a closer look and asks: should we dare to hope?
  • Why I’m ghosting Botox
    For years, WH beauty editor Perdita Nouril’s had a repeat appointment with her injector. That was until she read claims that the muscle-freezing formula can limit your ability to connect with others. Are the findings compelling enough for her to quit the treatment for good?
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Themen | 005/2024 (19.07.2024)
  • How the ketamine wellness bubble burst
    Positioned by advocates as a paradigm-shifting mental health intervention, the dissociative drug has proved popular among those with the means to pay for private treatments, in clinics styled as high-end spas. But as one of the movement’s key players has their medical licence suspended, the drug’s ascent is now in doubt. WH takes a closer look at the tranquilliser turned therapeutic tool
  • THE ABUNDANCE OF ALEX SCOTT
    As she approached a milestone birthday, the broadcaster reflects on social mobility, letting love in and why - for this next chapter - hers is an evolving, expansive vision of success
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Themen | 006/2024 (30.08.2024)
  • The grit & growth of Mollie King
    From grappling with grief to taking on a gruelling endurance challenge, the broadcaster Mollie King has had an arduous 18 months. But she’s building back towards a different version of herself. Here, the 36-year-old shares what we can all learn from her Gen Z listeners, what loss has taught her about love and why, respectfully, she wouldn’t go anywhere near social media for advice on raising her daughter…
  • HAVE WE BOOKED A ONE-WAY TICKET TO OZEMPICLAND
    For good or ill, the infamous pharmaceutical has defined an era since it first made headlines in Hollywood three years ago. But as alarming tales pile up and medics question its use as a long-term weight-loss tool, we ask: is there any turning back?
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  • News you can use
    Want the latest health intel? We’ve combed the science journals so you don’t have to
  • Can probiotics help prevent UTIs?
    Women suffer from urinary tract infections at much higher rates than men. As early research suggests probiotics could be used to prevent them, Tai Ibitoye digests the evidence…
  • Do the worm
    Not the dance move, but an exercise that primes every major muscle group for movement – no equipment required. Introducing the inchworm
  • Hypnotherapy to ease the mind
    The ‘woo’ practice is having a rebrand. One sceptical writer is awoken to its powers…
  • …I lift my max?
    Muscles clenched, teeth gritted, grip failing… You’ll have seen the phrase online, but here’s the low-down on lifting your heaviest. Plus, how to do it safely
  • Fit Squad
    Want to run further, lift heavier or nail a pull-up? Each month, we put your questions to the Women’s Health Collective panel – seven of the finest fitness brains – to help you make good on your goals
  • Meet the squad
    The team share their go-to upper-body exercise
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  • The grit & growth of Mollie King
    From grappling with grief to taking on a gruelling endurance challenge, the broadcaster Mollie King has had an arduous 18 months. But she’s building back towards a different version of herself. Here, the 36-year-old shares what we can all learn from her Gen Z listeners, what loss has taught her about love and why, respectfully, she wouldn’t go anywhere near social media for advice on raising her daughter…
  • Why healthy soil is the root of nutritious food
    A growing movement is seeing innovative farmers leverage natural resources to produce quality ingredients that are better for you – and the earth. WH digs into regenerative farming
  • The label low-down
    Watch out for these key words for sustainability on your food packaging
  • 20 non-boring ways to eat better
    For a healthy, happy – and fun – approach to food this summer, we asked our go-to nutrition experts for their best tips and tricks
  • Spice grills
    A sprinkle of shawarma seasoning – a smoky Middle Eastern spice blend – will transport your taste buds to another place, if not the rest of you
  • Would you move to live near your friends?
    As a growing body of research builds a health case for doing just that, WH hears from the women placing platonic connection at the centre of their lives, with their wellbeing in mind
  • Do you have digital fatigue?
    The term is doing the rounds thanks to our inability to look away from our phones when we’re supposed to be sleeping, eating, even sitting on the toilet (hey, we’re not here to judge). WH reports on the surreptitious toll of your screen-time stats
  • ‘I left my husband to explore my sexuality – and ultimately found myself’
    Tearing apart a life that no longer fits can be a terrifying prospect. But, to mark Pride month, one woman tells us why doing just that – to choose to live and love in a way that felt true – was the best decision she ever made
  • Mental health and coming out later in life: the expert view
    J Chance Czyzselska is a psychotherapist and editor, and co-author of Queering Psychology
  • Is it time to unsubscribe from cycle syncing?
    It’s a truth universally acknowledged (in the wellness realm, at least) that tailoring your training to the phases of your menstrual cycle will help you to become fitter, faster and stronger. But while we’ve been buying into the theory, experts have been busy unravelling the research – and their findings make for disruptive reading. Let’s take a deep dive…
  • Finding ways to adapt
    The food and snooze habits Dr Olenick rates for reducing any symptoms
  • ‘Playing tennis turned my menopause experience around’
    Tennis season is in full swing. But for Karen Strong, 56, hitting the court is a year-round habit – one that’s changed the way she manages her menopausal symptoms
  • Creatine
    Mysterious white powder has had a wellness glow-up, with creatine just one of the products promising to overhaul your health. But does the science really stack up?
  • Can you train yourself to like exercise?*
    *Yes, say those in the business of brains. From protecting your sense of self-efficacy to promoting your autonomy, the first step to effortless exercise starts here
  • The locker room
    The latest athleisure has dropped. From kit to fit into your baggage allowance to waterproof gear for fezzy season, summer starts here
  • Body boosters
    The skin on your body deserves the same TLC as that on your face – and these hi-tech formulas have got you covered from below-the-head to toe
  • Beauty game changers
    These MVPs hold the power to transform your skin and revolutionise your routine
  • Trailblazing treatments
    Advanced treatments that mean a low-maintenance morning beauty routine
  • Problem solvers
    Acne soothers, dark spot correctors and wrinkle busters… choose your fighter
  • Skintelligent saviours
    From eye creams that impersonate a solid eight hours to acids that ramp up your glow, the future of beauty is only getting brighter
  • Best in (gym) class
    Stow-and-go products that all workout warriors should keep in their gym bags
  • Gemma Colao
    Her sleep drops found fame for their ability to alleviate restless nights, putting her CBD-based brand firmly on the wellness map. Here, the OTO founder shares the products that form the backbone of her beauty regime
  • Finally feeling lucky
    Louise Thompson, now 34, found fame as a reality TV regular before falling in love with fitness, along with her PT partner - even fronting two issues of Women's Health. But following a traumatic birth in 2021, her life changed irrevocably. As she reopens her wounds in her new book, Lucky, she shares how she's healing - and why her mother-child love story, though far from the idealised norm, is one worth celebrating …
  • Birth trauma: close up
    All you need to know if you – or a loved one – have been affected
  • HAVE WE BOOKED A ONE-WAY TICKET TO OZEMPICLAND
    For good or ill, the infamous pharmaceutical has defined an era since it first made headlines in Hollywood three years ago. But as alarming tales pile up and medics question its use as a long-term weight-loss tool, we ask: is there any turning back?
  • Are millennials in their divorce era?
    From 00s romcoms to Love Is Blind, walking down the aisle seems wedded to everlasting love – but the data suggests more of us are saying ‘I don’t.’ As wedding season kicks off, one single writer asks if her generation has fallen out of love with marriage
  • Wellness weekenders
    Overdue a reboot but running low on annual leave? Ditch the passport and spend more time reconnecting with yourself on a home-grown getaway between Friday night and Monday morning…
  • Maria Sharapova
    From hiking in a weighted vest (respect) to the specifics of her morning skincare routine, the former world No1 serves up her wellness habits