Wellness Warriors

The women featured here are the inventors, innovators, and inspirations revolutionizing the health and wellness industry as we know it.

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This Nurse Practitioner Served on the Frontlines of the AIDS Epidemic, and Now She's a Pioneer in Gender-Affirming Health Care
Mimi Rivard started her career at the height of the AIDS epidemic. Today she’s the inaugural director of gender-affirming care at a regional health care system based in Ohio.
This 44-Year-Old Mother of Two Never Smoked—And Now She Has Stage 4 Lung Cancer
Since Amanda Nerstad's lung cancer diagnosis five years ago she's helped raised over $350,000 for research. And she wants others to know that "anyone with lungs can get lung cancer."
Google's Chief Health Officer Explains How Technology Is Making Health Care Accessible to Everyone
Karen DeSalvo—the doctor-turned–policy leader, and now chief health officer at Google—is overseeing the tools and technology that could help make health care accessible to all.
How This Tattoo Artist Is Helping Breast Cancer Survivors Heal
Tattoo artist, Amy Black, from Richmond, Virginia, is empowering breast cancer patients through mastectomy tattooing (including decorative designs on the breasts and 3-D nipple or areola work, to create a realistic image of those body parts). After a session with Black, clients have told her they can move forward.
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The Warrior Toolkit

The Best Captain Marvel-Inspired Gear to Release Your Inner Warrior
From athleisure leggings to skincare serum, here's the gear that will help you harness your inner #WellnessWarrior.
5 Things You Seriously Should Stop Worrying About
Make this your happiest year yet by letting go of these things, once and for all.
This Influencer Didn't Start Her Fitness Journey Until She Was in Her 70s

This 75-year-old fitness influencer started working out to improve her health and gained more than 1 million Instagram followers in the process. She wants people of all ages to know that you’re never too old to get fit.