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The fall issue of Clover Living magazine is here!
We hope this issue inspires you to take control of your health journey and well-being with advice from our Clover Health doctors and experts, affordable meals with ingredients you already have in your pantry, and tips on how to care for your mental and physical health.
Here’s what you'll find inside this issue of Clover Living:
- Tips on how and where to get tech support
- How to manage stress
- Affordable and healthy pantry recipes
- Debunking myths about sleep
- Athens, Georgia, travel guide
- An interview with George Takei
- Puzzles to exercise your mind
- And more helpful articles!
Want to read the magazine online? Find the digital edition here.
Featured Contributors In the Fall 2022 Issue of Clover Living Magazine
Sara Haas, RDN, LDN, is a food and nutrition expert with formal training in the culinary arts. She works as a freelance writer, recipe developer, food photographer, and consultant dietitian/chef.
Jeanne O’Brien Coffey is a travel, food, and wine writer whose work has been published in Forbes, Northshore Magazine, AAA Northern New England Journeys, and other publications.
Amy Lynn Smith is a writer and communications strategist who specializes in consumer engagement and health care. Amy has worked with leading health organizations and received a Health Care Hero award for consumer education and storytelling.
Lisa Rosen lives in Los Angeles, where she writes about film, television, books, art, travel, and design for the Los Angeles Times and Written By among other publications.
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Cover photo: Getty; inset photo: courtesy of George Takei