Lifestyle

11 Finds From Drew Barrymore’s Amazon Fashion Collection

Drew Barrymore now has the power of Prime. In a rather low-key roll-out, Amazon Fashion announced the launch of the A-lister’s first-ever clothing and lifestyle brand, Dear Drew, today. Now, just as efficiently as you get your books, cleaning tools and random electronics, you can purchase apparel, intimates, jewelry and accessories—priced between $28 and $248—with the Santa Clarita Diet star’s stamp of approval. “We’re ...

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Lagom: This Swedish Lifestyle Trend Will Help Balance Your Life

As summer ended, the fall ushered in endless articles advising us all on what we need to buy for the new season — but also how we need to save, and how we can do all of these things while emanating the kind of Gwyneth Paltrow-glow that only comes from spending thousands of dollars on moisturizers and Moon Juice. The frenzy of the ...

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Guam Running Club: Leading a lifestyle of running – The Score

The foundation of the Guam Running Club, which informally started in 1970, is a love for an active lifestyle. The Turkey Trot, a run held after Thanksgiving, and the Perimeter Relay were the earliest runs that led to the founding of the club, according to the Guampedia history of the group. The club has grown and changed over the years, with more members ...

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Weight Watchers, lifestyle changes help Freeport nanny lose 200 lbs.

Beth Weick 50, Freeport Occupation Nanny Height 5-foot-3 Before 345 pounds July 2007 After 145 pounds September 2017 “I was probably in fifth grade when I realized I was always bigger than the other kids,” Beth Weick says. And as an adult, every Monday was the beginning of a new diet for her. Looking at photos of herself at the ...

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The laptop that fits any lifestyle

A laptop plays many critical roles in our everyday lives. Not only is it a trusted travel companion, a workspace, a writing aid, and a canvas, it’s also a study guide, a classroom assistant, and a lifeline to our social lives, to the news, and to Game of Thrones. As arguably the most important piece of technology that you use on ...

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3 EASY STEPS TO KICK-START A HEALTHY LIFESTYLE, ACCORDING TO ARIANA GRANDE’S TRAINER

It’s all too easy to fall into a workout rut: You get super motivated and start working out every day, but you’re left going back to your old ways a week or so later. Sound familiar? Here’s the deal: According to Ariana Grande‘s trainer, Harley Pasternak, (who’s also worked with Lady Gaga, Katy Perry, and Rihanna), you have to address what’s going on inside before you work on the ...

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The Health Benefits of Strength Training All Women Should Know

Strength training is truly for everyone. I’m talking athletes, grandmas, librarians, yoga buffs, engineers…you name it. Unfortunately, too many women don’t bother to lift weights unless they’re playing a sport or chasing a fitness goal. And that’s a shame, because even if you’re not looking to build bigger muscles or dominate the playing field, there are still plenty of great health-related reasons to ...

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Julia Louis-Dreyfus argues for universal health care in breast cancer announcement

Julia Louis-Dreyfus announced on Thursday that she had been diagnosed with breast cancer. In her announcement, the comedian urged her supporters to “make universal health care a reality.” The tweet by Louis-Dreyfus comes days after the failure of the latest Republican health-care plan. Actress and comedian Julia Louis-Dreyfus made an unexpected entrance into America’s health-care debate Thursday, announcing that she ...

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The scents all around us can trigger headaches and skin conditions

From the inescapable cologne on a fellow train passenger to the diffuser sticks in our bathrooms and bedrooms, fragrances are all around us. They’re used to make us more attractive, to set a certain mood, and to mask natural odours – and they could be making us sick, according to a new book. As many as one in three people experience symptoms ...

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WHO recommends large-scale deworming to improve children’s health and nutrition

29 SEPTEMBER 2017 | GENEVA – Periodic deworming programmes with a single-tablet treatment can drastically reduce the suffering of those infected with parasitic intestinal worms and protect the 1.5 billion people currently estimated to be at risk. Four main species of intestinal worms (also known as soil-transmitted helminths) affect almost a quarter of the world’s poorest and mostly marginalized people. They ...

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