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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Climate change, wildfires, and air pollution are to blame for the hazy orange photos taking over your Instagram feed.
Welcome to the party.
After trying hundreds of pairs, these are permanently in my rotation.
Plus why you need both a recovery and a rest day in your weekly routine.
The vibrator market is worth billions. With her digital venture, LOOM, the co-founder and CEO is ready to bring women’s health education out of the nonprofit world and into our homes.
The most decorated Olympian in U.S. track and field history is ready for her second act. 
Her new book, Yoke, unpacks the deeper meaning of yoga, beyond perfecting your downward dog.
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"Even though we play different sports, I think especially as a little bit older athletes, you know, we have some of the same ailments."
Trainer and mom-to-be Betina Gozo, joined by trainers and new moms Emily Fayette and Anja Garcia, shares a 10-minute workout for every stage of pregnancy.
"It's the perfect way to get movement in on the go."
The CDC announcement has been met with mixed emotions.
Co-founder Noah Neiman shares a strength and cardio circuit that will condition your mind and body.
No, getting vaccinated won't impact your future fertility.
This product is a forever must-have in my overnight bag.
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Not yours, not someone you're standing next to. Seriously, please stop spreading this lie.
Peanut's modernized glossary is here to replace the outdated and harmful terms used to describe women's bodies.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Sexual wellness brand Maude is taking a stance against the "trivializing" and "outdated" term.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.