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Coveting celebrities' body parts is nothing new. We pine for Zooey Deschanel's big blue eyes, and Sofia Vergara's dangerous curves, but there's one body part that perhaps we need to be more envious of: the gut. Or, more specifically, the contents of it. read more
How many stories or headlines have you read this month about the millions of Americans suffering from chronic sleep disorders? Every week, it's the same old story: we're all sleep deprived -- 40 million of us, according to the National Sleep Foundation. Hell, we even posted a sleep story a few weeks ago (but we had the smarts to serve it up as The Best Anti-Aging Remedy Ever -- because lack of sleep doesn't just make you cranky ... it hits your face with the old and ugly stick.) read more
Tranquillity, a new line from British company Neom (one that Kate Moss swears by), has but one thing on its agenda -- to help you catch some much needed Zzzs. read more
Marijuana has long been heralded as a medical miracle. Chemotherapy, chronic pain, eye troubles, you name it, Mr. Weed is said to help cure what ails you. Now, the miracle plant is poised to be used for yet another medicinal purpose -- and this time it'll be a preventative one. read more
A finance company called Credit Karma recently polled 2,021 Americans about their weight versus their debt. read more
Do you (like I used to) crack open a can of soda as you wake up? Do you stop at the drive-thru on your way to work to pick up the first of many super-sized, fizz-filled buckets of brown liquid that you'll savor throughout the day? Do you eschew Starbuck's for an ice-cold can of caffeinated carbonation? If so, welcome to the not-so-wonderful world of soda addiction. read more
When you're sad and blue nothing makes you feel better than a little retail therapy, right? Not so fast. According to a new study called "Bidirectional Dynamics of Materialism and Loneliness: Not Just a Vicious Cycle," published in the Journal of Consumer Research, the opposite is true. read more
"If you take large quantities of vitamin A, vitamin E, beta carotene [or] selenium, you increase your risk of cancer, risk of heart disease, and you could shorten your life," Dr. Paul Offit, a researcher at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia says. And, he means business. read more
Did Good Housekeeping just invent the perfect dessert? Why, yes, they did. You can jam out this rich, creamy strawberry ice cream with just four ingredients and 10 minutes. The kicker? It's only 70 calories. And it's made with Greek yogurt, which packs protein (up to 18 grams per serving) and a host of other good-for-you benefits, like probiotic cultures for your stomach and fewer carbs than regular yogurt. Feel free to substitute fresh for frozen (it is summer, people), or other fruits, like blueberries, pineapple or mango.) read more
Our money is on the appearance of a wee lass for the Royal couple, based on word from researchers from the University of Exeter in the U.K., who are touting studies that show stress during the pregnancy and morning sickness point to the likelihood of having a girl. For those who have been tracking royal baby news, you may recall the Duchess was hit with a serious bout of morning sickness early in her pregnancy, and being the most-watched mom-to-be in the world right now is surely stressful. Source read more
When it comes to health advice, there's so much conflicting information. Whether you're looking to quit smoking, start taking vitamins, or find stress-busting tactics that actually work, Total Beauty talks to top health experts and reports on the latest research to help you get healthy.
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