On days when you feel completely stressed out and totally overwhelmed, it would be nice to just drop what you're doing and head to a day spa. A relaxing treatment—or even just a chance to chill out in a relaxation room—can provide so many body and mind benefits. (Psst... We've got 5 Indulgent Ways to Have a Spa Day at Home.)
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It's easy to feel overwhelmed when it comes to assessing your cancer risk—nearly everything you eat, drink, and do seems to be linked to one disease or another. But there's good news: A new study by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health shows that half of all cancer deaths and nearly half of all diagnoses could be prevented by living a healthy lifestyle.
All-Around Summer Fun
You don't need to be a pro swimmer for a good pair of goggles to make a difference. Easily adjustable straps on Zogg's BMT 3.0 Chromatic Swim Goggles ($25; dickssportinggoods.com) keep your goggles in place while you jump, float, and flip your way through a summer of vacations and pool parties. The comfortable goggles are technical enough to do laps in, but simple enough to be your go-to for just splish-splashin'. Contact-wearers, rejoice!
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For the Goggle-Hater
Wanna feel the freedom of going goggle-less with the protection and visibility of a high-quality lens? The ROKA X1 ($25; rokasports.com) has bigger cups that sit entirely outside of the eye sockets so you get zero-pressure. Extra soft silicone feels good against the skin and 10 different lens options let you pick the perfect tint for whatever conditions you'll be swimming in. (Not a swimmer? We've got eight reasons to start!)
If You Have A Small Head
Designed for smaller heads and petite face shapes, the FINIS Zone goggle ($14, finisinc.com) is perfect for people who typically feel like hats swallow them up. The one-piece frame is flexible, so you can position the silicone gaskets to fit snuggly within your eye sockets for a fully watertight seal.
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