This is the age of Instagram. Where there's a meal/animal/sunset/skyline, there's a person whipping out a smartphone to snap, filter, and share it with friends. read more
Unhealthy things that can't actually kill you: loaded chili cheese fries, whiskey and ginger on the rocks, a 72-hour Netflix binge. read more
So, this is what it looks like to take candy from a baby.
Award-winning photographer Jill Greenberg captured some serious emotion when she recently gave her little portrait subjects candy -- and then snatched it away from them to capture their reactions. Not surprisingly, the images are causing some controversy. read more
When you hear "Victoria Beckham," what do you think? "Posh Spice," "David Beckham," "designer handbags," "heels?" Apparently, the latter two are also on the minds of health professionals, and not for good reason. read more
Haven't exactly been sticking to your workouts like you vowed you'd do on January 1? Fake it with one of these cute suits read more
Ah, super foods. You know the deal: Trendy foods with hard to pronounce names (see, "acai") from far off places, that always seem to be especially far from your local grocery store. The coming and going food fads seem like an episode of "Project Runway": One day goji berries are in, the next day, they're out. It's enough to make you pine for simpler times, when all you really needed was an apple a day. A plain, easily spelled, highly accessible, apple. See more
See the glass half full, find the silver lining, look on the bright side...there are endless platitudes and clichés that are so regularly recited, they don't seem to carry much meaning. This seems especially true on the days when metaphorical rain pours down on your metaphorical parade, or when a storm cloud seems to be hovering over your head for days on end. But taking a closer look at optimism reveals these everyday turn of phrases actually have the right idea in mind. When put into routine practice, positive thinking can change your whole life for the better...and in more ways than one. read more
Does winter have you feeling blue? It's true we're all a little irritable post Labor Day. After all we're mourning the loss of beach trips, BBQs, and comfy flip-flops. But the end of summer can be more than a bummer; it can even cause you to develop a mood disorder. If you're feeling more down than usual you could be suffering from Seasonal Affective Disorder (S.A.D.). Find solutions
Cookies on Christmas, champagne on New Year's Eve, and a massive hangover New Year's Day. Sound familiar? The holiday season is all about treats and indulging, but if you've gone a little nuts with the sugar and the cocktails, it's time to wipe the slate clean and start 2013 on a health kick. The good news is it's actually easier than you think -- if you follow these steps. See steps
We live in a society where new moms are pressured to lose their baby weight before checking out of the hospital and where supermodels chastise us for turning ourselves "into garbage disposals" when we eat for two. (Thanks, Gisele.) Get tips
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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