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Kylie Gilbert

Kylie Gilbert is the senior lifestyle editor of Instyle.com. She oversees health and wellness coverage for the site. She graduated from Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism (Go 'Cats!) and is based in Brooklyn, NY.
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No, getting vaccinated won't impact your future fertility.
Peanut's modernized glossary is here to replace the outdated and harmful terms used to describe women's bodies.
Women want the conversation to evolve past pure positivity into something that feels a bit more real.
"The goal of this lower-body workout is to get your muscles to failure."
Sexual wellness brand Maude is taking a stance against the "trivializing" and "outdated" term.
"My patients have come in with bags full of hair — enough hair to make a wig — in the most severe hair loss I have ever seen from a viral illness."
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Science shows that men really are the weaker sex when it comes to immunity.
The actress and her trainer recently partnered with FitOn to share a ton of free workouts.
Here's how to make sure your new quarantine habit isn't backfiring.
My favorite leggings for working — and working out — at home just got even better.
We talked to the trainer about the inclusive collection — and what it's like to provide exercise, therapy, and entertainment during a pandemic.
Her Avengers co-star died from the disease at just 43.
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Much like Princess Diana sharing her struggles with bulimia, psychiatrists believe Markle's Oprah interview will have a lasting impact.
It's the one bottle I've tried that actually makes me drink as much water as I'm supposed to.
The trainer – and Ciara's own WW coach — shares her six go-to moves for leg day.
"I had Covid-19 early on, and it left me with some long-tail fatigue and brain fog."
“I actually went from being smug about how healthy my salads were and my breakfasts and eating nuts and seeds, and then all I wanted was McDonald’s.”
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Her latest collection with Aerie will benefit the nation's leading advocate for the prevention of child sexual abuse.
Her new NBC series explores the pandemic's disproportionate toll on the mental health of high school girls.
The 'functional objet d'art' was designed to be left out on your nightstand.