Month: July 2018

Many of us know how to take proper care of ourselves in a physical sense: exercise regularly, keep sodium and processed foods to a minimum, etc. But not everyone thinks of stress management as a way of staying healthy. If stress goes ignored for too long, it can have hazardous effects on our health, including
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Getty ImagesAntonello Trio If you’ve ever seen a set of enviable eyebrows, chances are they were threaded. Threading, the ancient Middle Eastern and South Asian practice of gentle hair removal using thread, dates back centuries. It’s simple, relatively painless, and a natural alternative to waxing. We asked Shobha Tummala founder and CEO of My Shobha,
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Plantar fasciitis, where the tissue running along the sole of your foot (from the heel through the arch to the toes) becomes inflamed, is an extremely common (and extremely painful) condition that many runners experience. You see, a lot of responsibility comes with being a runner. If you want to train for a marathon or
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You don’t need to spend hours in the gym in order to have a great workout. If you’re short on time but still want to get your butt kicked, you need to do this 15-minute workout. It targets your biceps, triceps, shoulders, and trapezius muscle (a muscle in your upper back), and we promise it’ll
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One of the best-selling anti-aging beauty products on Amazon is Baebody Eye Gel. More than 8,000 reviewers have given it a 5-star rating, claiming it makes under-eye circles virtually disappear. It’s normally a reasonable $24, but today you can get it for $14 courtesy of Prime Day, Amazon’s annual shopping holiday that’s essentially like Black
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THE EDITOR News editor Alyssa Bailey THE LOVE Ted Baker Earie Bag, $319 SHOP NOW Little bags look great on an #ootd Instagram, but the appeal lies in more than the aesthetics. After carrying a heavy work bag all week, wearing one when you no longer need to carry the biggest, heaviest purse in the
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Losing weight isn’t easy, so there’s nothing more frustrating than seeing your hard work go to waste. If your diet hasn’t been paying off, Dr. Carolyn Mein at YourTango explains how your brain could be causing your body to fight back. This is why your diets seem to always fail. Weight loss can make you
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