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The scoop on the must–haves for you and your family to feel your best this fall! From protecting kids teeth from all that Halloween candy to curing your itchy skin in time for National Eczema Awareness Month- here are our fall favorites...
  • 18 Oct 2019
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She’s one of America’s favorite sisters and foodies, and we got the Cooking Channel host, Tia Mowry-Hardrict, in the kitchen to dish on everything from work to family food traditions. The Netflix star recently partnered with Quaker and shared breakfast trends to try out at home, her favorite recipes and how you can share your own oatmeal creations for a chance to win $1,000.
  • 15 Oct 2019
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In honor of International Day of the Girl this week, Citi kicked off their latest campaign called The Moment on a Times Square billboard in New York City. Unveiling a series of compelling photographs that capture the raw, unedited reactions of their own employees’ children after learning about the gender pay gap and unequal opportunities that persist across so many industries.
  • 11 Oct 2019
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It’s National Fire Prevention Week and while most consumers are familiar with fire safety, a recent report from BIC uncovers that many people overlook lighter safety. Fewer than half of parents say their children have been taught about pocket lighter safety. This is a critical gap, since many children may see or come in contact with lighters but be unaware of how they work or the potential dangers. Here is what you can do at home to keep kids safe.
  • 10 Oct 2019
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October is Family History Month and the value of knowing your family history starts at a young age. Decades of research from Emory University proves that children who know more about their family have higher self-esteem, are more resilient and have better scholastic performance. Understanding your family’s past, including the triumphs and struggles they experienced, provides crucial context about who you are and where you came from. We talked to Director of Research at AncestryDNA, Jennifer Utley, who shared the steps to start learning about your family history, from family tree building to researching historical records and taking an AncestryDNA test.
  • 9 Oct 2019
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Travel is one of the most rewarding experiences in life, so how to start to live your best one by exploring the world? Here are two pro-tips...
  • 9 Oct 2019
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When it comes to making meal and snack time easier, try these tasty and healthy options.
  • 2 Oct 2019
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Fall is here, which means it’s time to check some things off your household renovation list. HGTV stars of the hit show Good Bones, mom and daughter duo Karen E Laine and Mina Starsiak answered all our questions about home renovations as the weather gets cooler.
  • 2 Oct 2019
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September is Self-Improvement Month. We have the scoop on three ways to improve your look and well-being from the inside out to live your best life, every single day.
  • 27 Sep 2019
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LifeMinute approved buys for busy moms.
  • 23 Sep 2019
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It’s officially tailgating season and whether you’re in a parking lot or at home, here are some delicious recipes and helpful tips to get the game going. We teamed up with chef George Duran for the scoop.
  • 19 Sep 2019
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We caught up with award-winning actor, producer, children’s book author and father of twins, Neil Patrick Harris. He’s one busy guy having just released his third book "The Magic Misfits: The Minor Third,” as well as working on his latest film, Spinning Gold which is due out he says, in about a year. He has also partnered with Quaker Chewy granola bars to help drive donations for Adopt a Classroom, an organization that helps schools in need. 
  • 12 Sep 2019
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As we head into the cooler months, skincare habits need to evolve along with the season. That means stepping up your exfoliating and moisturizing game, both day and night. Dr. Frauke Neuser, the Principal Scientist at Olay Skin Care, P&G Beauty, shares the musts for getting and keeping bright and beautiful fall skin.
  • 10 Sep 2019
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It’s the dog days of summer, with the change of season ahead, it’s time to think about transitioning your beauty routine from summer to fall.
  • 5 Sep 2019
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Getting your kids to brush their teeth isn’t always easy, but the latest toothbrush is doing its best to help not only make the routine easier but conquering cavities a no brainer. Say hello to the Kids Vitality Rechargeable from Oral-B, the #1 dentist recommended brand worldwide.
  • 4 Sep 2019
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The time from conception to a child’s second birthday is the most important 1,000 days of their life, as these initial months are vital developmental periods during which babies’ brains and bodies need the right fuel to grow. Providing infants with the best possible nutrition during these early days is important – whether parents choose to breastfeed, formula-feed or both. If you don’t breastfeed, parents can still feel confident that baby will get the best nutrition. Dr. Christina Valentine and Registered and Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist, Lucille Beseler discussed with us the ingredients and scientific innovation behind Enfamil, the #1 formula brand recommended by pediatricians.
  • 3 Sep 2019
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Canine osteoarthritis (also known as arthritis, degenerative joint disease or DJD) is the most common cause of chronic pain in dogs and is estimated to affect approximately 20 percent of dogs over one year old. This debilitating disease can affect any dog, but both age and breed are risk factors. We recognize the wonderful companionship and love our dogs give us by providing important tips for identifying this disease and managing the pain it can cause our dogs. We sat down with animal health experts, Dr. Kristin Kirkby Shaw and Meredith Kahn, M.S., Animal Science, to discuss how to spot the early signs, as well as treatment options and lifestyle recommendations to support and maintain a dog’s mobility.
  • 29 Aug 2019
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Sleep is a critical part of your child’s health and just as important as good nutrition and regular physical activity. In fact, experts say they should be getting at least 10-12 hours a night for optimum performance at school. However, when back-to-school season draws near, getting back to a normal sleep time routine can be a challenge. Pediatrician and Mom of three, Dr. Tanya Altmann shared some effective advice.
  • 23 Aug 2019
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Simple production, some ordinary photos will become different
  • 8 Aug 2018
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Diets, health tips, fitness tips, there's an infographic for them all!
  • 8 Feb 2018
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Just blend the ingredients together in a blender or nutribullet and you're good to go!
  • 17 Oct 2017
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Take a second to breath!
  • 29 Aug 2017
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These dairy free twists will serve up your favorite flavors!
  • 11 Aug 2017
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The latest workout studio to take the NYC fitness scene by storm is none other than Tone House. Talk to pretty much any trainer, fitness devotee, or gym rat in town and they’ll tell you that, of all the studios to try, Tone House is a must. Why? “It’s the first-ever extreme, athletic-based studio aimed at unleashing the inner athlete in everyone,” says co-founder Alonzo Wilson. In other words, a sweat session here is hard AF, but in a way that feels really freaking good. And the benefits you reap are killer. “The human body is designed to move as a whole and on multiple planes—forward, backward, up, down and laterally—and that’s similar to how athletes train to stay in peak condition,” says Wilson. “So when you work out at Tone House, you can get the same or similar benefits as them—improved cardio endurance, muscle strength, power, speed, core strength, agility, reactivity, balance, and more. Not to mention you’ll burn about 800 to 1,000 calories per class.” Now, we’re not ones to brag about how great a workout is and not let you in on the action. So we teamed up with Wilson to develop a 20-minute, no-equipment workout (OK, you need two paper plates, but that’s it!) reminiscent of what you’ll experience at Tone House’s brick-and-mortar. Bust it out next time you’re ready to get sweaty—and don’t be surprised if you end up using it again (and again). Because with the results you’re about to get, it’s pretty damn easy to get addicted. Consider yourself warned. (For more tips on how to build muscles strong enough for bridge pose, pick up Women’s Health’s Lift to Get Lean by Holly Perkins.) To warm up, do high knees for 20 seconds, bringing your knees up to your chest. Do toe taps side-to-side using the paper plates for 20 seconds. Rest for 15 seconds. Do two sets. Credit: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/fitness/quick-no-equipment-workout
  • 9 Aug 2017
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Lots of us swear by our bedtime tea—and many companies make teas specifically geared to helping you get a better night's sleep. But do these concoctions actually work, or are they mostly placebo? We had a couple of nutritionists peek at the most common ingredients to weigh in on their actual effects on tiredness and sleep. Turns out, while the ingredients in bedtime teas vary, a few of the most common just might put you in the mood for sleep. So do bedtime teas really work? Unfortunately the answer isn’t clear-cut. “Most of the research is very weak or in animal studies. That’s normal for most herbal remedies,” says Langer. Credit: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/food/teas-for-sleep
  • 8 Aug 2017
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The Dog Days of Summer are here. Cool off without losing the beach bod you've been working on.
  • 8 Aug 2017
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When that parched feeling strikes, the solution seems simple enough: guzzle a glass of H20 and steer clear of salty foods. But if you find that your thirst isn’t quenched no matter how much water you drink, your bod could be dropping a hint that something else is going on. “When we’re thirsty, we naturally think dehydration—but that feeling of thirst may be a sign of an underlying medical condition,” says Mia Finkelston, M.D., board-certified family physician for the telehealth app LiveHealth Online. If excessive thirst is present more days of the week than not, then you should check in with your doc for a consult—especially if you’re experiencing other weird symptoms too, such as fatigue, headaches, skin and hair changes, and an uptick in bathroom breaks. Credit: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/health/why-am-i-always-thirsty
  • 2 Aug 2017
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If you want to seriously improve your upper-body strength, sculpt your shoulders, and chisel your core with just one single move, it’s time you start doing the pushup. I don’t just say this because I’m a fitness editor and by default a true believer in functional, fundamental exercises, particularly the hard ones that most of us put off. Credit: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/fitness/how-to-do-a-pushup-challenge/
  • 31 Jul 2017
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Try these different types of shots this weekend, or all week; whatever floats your boat. Credit: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/food/healthy-juice-shot-recipes
  • 26 Jul 2017
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BY BROOK BENTEN, ACSM-CERTIFIED EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGIST FOR PREVENTION Strength training creates tiny microscopic tears in the muscle fibers that allow them to grow back stronger—that's why you feel muscle soreness post-workout. The process of healing those tears takes 24-48 hours, so avoid doing this program on consecutive days. Allow 1-2 days between, and do cardio or stretching workouts while your muscles heal. If you rarely or never experience this soreness, increase the weights you are lifting. Credit:http://www.womenshealthmag.com/fitness/6-strength-training-workouts
  • 25 Jul 2017
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Even though many women want to develop their lower body, it’s unfortunate to see so few women utilizing the exercises shown by research to be the most effective at gaining muscle and strength.
  • 20 Jul 2017
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As always when we want a super-efficient workout with proven results, we turn to the experts. Meet American Council of Exercise trainer Niki Klasnic who shares her favorite at-home fitness routines with her nearly 400K Instagram followers, and created this special butt workout for Women's Health. For seriously toned buns, do three rounds of this routine twice a week. Credit: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/fitness/stronger-butt-workout
  • 20 Jul 2017
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Rowing those calories away.. FEEL THE BURN!
  • 19 Jul 2017
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Everything grilled is better!
  • 18 Jul 2017
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Even superfoods can use a boost. These easy additions and subtractions can transform three of your everyday go-to meals—smoothies, sandwiches, and salads—into nutrient powerhouses. Credit: www.womenshealthmag.com/food/food-swaps
  • 18 Jul 2017
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When the original supergreen crashed on the scene, everything was kale, yeah! But since it’s been added to everything from smoothies to brownies (note: this is not a thing people, stop it!), we don’t blame you if you’re saying kale, meh. But its superstar status isn’t for nothing. “What makes kale so great for you is that it is loaded in vitamins like A, K, C, and Bs that help to keep your bones healthy, eyes healthy, boost your immunity, give you energy, and fight off free radicals in the body that cause damage and premature signs of aging,” says Brigitte Zeitlin, R.D., owner of BZ Nutrition. “Plus, it is a great source of minerals like manganese, copper, calcium, and iron—all important when it comes to keeping your muscles healthy and bones strong.” It’s also chock full of filling fiber. Credit: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/food/kale-substitutes
  • 14 Jul 2017
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