7 Days of (Work-Appropriate) Glitter

Think glitter can't coexist with office life? We thought so, too. Until this happened

8 Stay-Dry Solutions for Every Sweaty Scenario

Breaking a sweat and battling B.O.? This summer, find a sweat fix that really works

Got Freckles? Don't Make These Mistakes

Are you ruining your best asset with these makeup fails? Stop smearing on the wrong products with these pro tips

10 Feel-Better Yoga Moves

Battle your daily aches and pains with these healing poses and positions

Sad But True: We're Treated Differently When We Have On Makeup

"The first time he saw me without makeup, my boyfriend asked me if I was sick," Britton Parker, a blogger for MyDaily, writes of a secret experiment she recently conducted.   read more

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Adding More Exercise Could Help Reduce Your Breast Cancer Risk

Exercising and eating right are both important parts of living well. But if you're concerned about reducing your risk of breast cancer, you should probably put in your time at the gym.   read more

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Tom Ford Thinks Models Aren't People

• Designer Tom Ford thinks that a model is no longer a person when she's in front of the camera. Instead, "she becomes an image." Ford also believes we shouldn't get so freaked out about Photoshop because it's been around forever. "I don't think things are so retouched today. But why wouldn't people expect pictures to be altered? [Fashion advertising] is not about the models, it's about the image. She's no longer a person; she's an image. The way we talk -- 'she has no neck; her legs are stumps' -- of course she has a neck. But the image isn't an image of real person. It's an idealised image," he said. Gee thanks, Tom. [Business Insider]   read more

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A New Diagnostic Test for Alzheimer's is More than a Wee Bit Nutty

Forget the fabled Skippy vs. Jif vs. Peter Pan peanut butter wars. When it comes to a new way to diagnose patients who may potentially have Alzheimer's, brand is of zero import -- here, the peanuts themselves do the talking.   read more

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June 2, 2014  |  11:06 AM  |  COMMENT
Your City is Giving You Wrinkles

I think about pollution every day. I really think about it when I run outside (which I do three or four mornings a week). Next to a highway. In Manhattan. While I'm diligent about applying an antioxidant serum and sunscreen before I run (even if it's cloudy in the middle of February), according to a recent study published in the "Journal of Investigative Dermatology," that's not enough. Pollution is giving me wrinkles.   read more

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June 2, 2014  |   9:06 AM  |  1 COMMENT
The OMG Shoe Closets You've Been Dreaming of

They say you have to walk a mile in someone else's shoes before you can judge them. When it comes to the rich and the famous, we are totally willing to play by that rule, especially if it means we get to sneak a peak in their jaw-dropping, over-the-top, hyper-organized shoe closets. And by "closet" we mean full-size bedroom.   read more

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8 New Products to Run Out and Buy This June

Ahh, June. Summer is finally here. And -- at least according to the "Farmer's Almanac" -- it's going to be a hot, wet, miserable one across much of the country.   read more

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Is Diet Soda Really Better than Water for Weight Loss or is This a Cruel Prank?

Diet drinks might be more effective than water in assisting dieters to lose weight. So suggests a new study published in the journal called "Obesity."   read more

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Walking May Actually Make You More Creative

To get your brain going, you may actually need to get your feet moving. At least that's the latest according to a study out of Stanford University. "Walking opens up the free flow of ideas, and it is a simple and robust solution to the goal of increasing creativity," said study authors Marily Oppezzo and Daniel Schwartz in a paper in the Journal of Experimental Psychology.   read more

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A Definitive Answer to Whether Cat or Dog People Are Better

• Hey, we are just the messengers here, but a new study out of Carroll University has found that cat people are smarter than dog people. Cat people are also more introverted and non-conformist than dog people, while dog people are more outgoing and more likely to abide by rules. Again, just the messenger. [Jezebel]   read more

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