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Picture this: You're sitting at your desk watching the to-dos pile up when you get an IM from your boss saying "can you come into my office -- now" and before you take a second breath your phone rings -- it's your son's school. Your blood is boiling, your heart is pounding and you just want to SCREAM. Welcome to the wonderful world of stressed out women See moves
PMS isn't a new syndrome; rather, it's been the number one nag and creator of stress for women since, well, forever. See tips
There's an energy shortage in today's society that has nothing to do with fossil fuels. It's a health issue. We're talking about the kind of energy you need to get through the day. And, with the proliferation of energy bars, energy drinks and energy supplements, it's clear that a lot of us are wishing we had more of it. Learn more
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As women, we deal with stress almost constantly. Whether it's juggling work and home life or finding time for friendships and romantic relationships, it seems there's always something that can make us feel fried and frazzled. But here's the catch: While a little bit of stress is actually a good thing, too much of it can lead to all kinds of health issues, from acne and hair loss to depression and chronic disease. To the rescue: Total Beauty's expert advice on stress and women and how to best keep it in check.
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