Bethany Heitman

Bethany Heitman

Bethany Heitman has spent over fifteen years creating engaging content for women. She is the former editor-in-chief of People StyleWatch and has held senior leadership positions at Cosmopolitan, Health, and Seventeen. Bethany has interviewed some of the most powerful female entertainers (Adele, Taylor Swift, and Pink—to name a few), written investigative reports on topics like sexual assault and workplace harassment, and created innovative fashion and beauty features.

From finally slowing down to learning to set boundaries, the star of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel shares how she takes care of herself.
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The reality star and entrepreneur opens up about raising her daughter to appreciate family, her fitness journey, and more.
With the release of her latest memoir, Gabrielle Union is finding power in sharing her most vulnerable moments.
After a milestone birthday, the actor is taking the time to reflect on the wellness practices that make her feel her best. 
Over the past year, conversations on equity and equality have been a large part of the national discourse. People are paying close attention to diversity and inclusion efforts—including within the fitness world. To understand where we are and where we need to go when it comes to this important topic, Health spoke with seven thought leaders. 
As the gymnast gears up for the Tokyo Olympics, she gives us an inside peek at what it really takes to win the gold.
Funny and outspoken, Busy Philipps tells us why she doesn’t want to work with men ever again, the wellness lesson she’s still trying to learn, and much more.
The 39-year-old actor (catch her on Showtime’s The Chi) and beauty and fashion entrepreneur talks self-care, confidence, and achieving your goals. 
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Christina Aguilera has been called the voice of a generation. Now she’s using that voice in a whole new way—to advocate for herself and focus on what makes her happy. 
The 45-year-old star of Fox’s Call Me Kat has a new podcast, a PhD in neuroscience, and a passion for sustainability. 
The Riverdale star shares her wellness secrets: listening to her body, paring down, and learning to love alone time.
Practicing gratitude, slaying her anxiety, and finding a therapist—these are just a few of the ways this busy actor finds balance.
Start the new year on a bright note with the iconic actress and talk show host—she’s sharing her thoughts on everything from kindness to honest parenting to realistic self-care.
Throughout 2020, many of us spent more time with family than usual— after all, it was tough to see anyone else! So, as the year comes to an end, Health wanted to celebrate those very special bonds, and we could think of no better way to do that than with an uplifting, fun convo between hilarious and charming siblings Kate and Oliver Hudson. 
When much of the country went into isolation, these women stepped up to fight COVID-19 in unique and powerful ways—and they say they won’t stop until we beat this thing.
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As the Queen of Hip-Hop Soul, Mary J. Blige has left an indelible mark on fans and the music industry alike. But it's her laser focus on self-love that we find truly inspiring.
After retreating from the spotlight for a few years, the Academy Award–winning actor is back with a new project and a fresh outlook on life.
She may star in the Fast & Furious movies, but in real life, the actress says this past spring has taught her valuable lessons about taking it easy.
Former Radio City Rockette, Amanda Kloots, spoke to Health about her fitness empire and her husband's ongoing struggles with COVID-19.
When your financial life is turned upside down, your first instinct may be to panic. Don't. These expert tips are a much better alternative.
The actor and singer opens up about her passion for making music and the life experiences that have changed the way she thinks about her health.
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Deeply intelligent and incredibly open, the groundbreaking musician opens up about motherhood, self-care, and her postpartum experience.
All jokes aside, this superstar comedian might just be one of the hardest-working women in show business—and she's sharing the secrets to her success.
The actress is just as driven as the character she plays on TV—but she's warm and friendly, too.