11 Splurge-Worthy Gym Buys for Fit Fashionistas

December 19, 2014

Fashion-forward exercise items we’re totally swooning over.


10 Biggest Food and Weight Loss Stories of 2014

December 19, 2014

These discoveries have shed light on the best ways to stay nourished and lean.


8 Genius Ways to Sneak in Exercise Over the Holidays

December 19, 2014

Don’t want to slip into an eggnog-induced haze when staying with family? Try one or all of these moves over the holiday break for some extra calorie blasting.


Caramel Apples Linked to Deadly Listeria Outbreak, CDC Says

December 19, 2014

U.S. and state health officials are investigating a listeria outbreak linked to caramel apples that has killed at least four people and sickened 28 others in 10 states.


4 Beauty Trends That Look Good on No One

December 19, 2014

With each passing year, it seems like there are more and more trends that leave us asking “why?” Avoid these unflattering looks.


9 Awesome Examples of GPS Art

December 18, 2014

Runners and cyclists are using their GPS-based tracking apps to plot out routes in tons of fun shapes, from adorable pandas to pints of beer.


What Happened When a Plus-Sized Blogger Asked Photoshoppers to Make Her ‘Beautiful’

December 18, 2014

We’ve already seen two journalists—one Caucasian and one biracial—go on a Photoshop trip around the world this year; but style blogger Marie Southard Ospina wanted to give it a new twist.


Want to Slim Down? Why You Should Weigh Yourself at Least Once a Week

December 18, 2014

Plus the best day to do it.


How to Apologize the Right Way, in 4 Steps

December 18, 2014

Since it’s the holiday season—full of spiked-nog-infused lapses in judgment, gift-induced hurts, office party pitfalls, and inter-familial tensions—odds are good that you’ll have to apologize for something in the coming days. Here’s how to do it right.


What the Sony Hack Can Teach You About Your Health Privacy

December 18, 2014

There’s another consequence of the Sony Pictures hack that’s been less publicized but potentially more serious: the release of sensitive materials about employees’ medical bills and health conditions, some including names and identifiable information.




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