Is Body Mass Index Really the Best Way to Regulate Modeling Agencies?

The recent banning of too-thin models in France based on body mass index, which comes on the heels of Israel, Spain, and Italy’s decision to do the same, has us taking a closer look at the logic of it all.

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Babies Using Cell Phones: Not Great, But It’s Happening

More than one-third of babies are clicking around on smartphones and tablets—tots as young as six months old—finds a new study. Yet real life and expert guidelines are at odds when it comes to screen time.

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How Amy Schumer’s Boy Band Parody Sparked a Stream of Empowering Selfies

In her spot-on One Direction parody “Girl, You Don’t Need Makeup,” comedian (and feminist superhero) Amy Schumer calls bull on all pop songs that pretend to celebrate natural beauty, when what they really mean is model-like conventional beauty.

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Why This Mom Was Food Shamed for Packing Oreos in Her Daughter’s Lunch

When packing a lunch for her daughter last week, Leeza Pearson tossed in a sandwich, string cheese, and—since she was out of veggies and fruit—4 Oreo cookies as a snack. Imagine her surprise when her 4-year-old returned home that day—Oreos untouched—with a judgy note from Children’s Academy in Aurora, Colorado.

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7 Cats Who Have Better Posture Than You

Does your stand-and-deliver stance leave something to be desired? Take a cue from these kitties.

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Why Tattoos Might Be a Huge Problem for the Apple Watch

Tattooed tech lovers, take note: The Apple Watch’s heart rate sensor may not work for people with tattoos covering their wrists.

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The FDA Approved an Injectable Drug for Double Chins

The drug, Kybella, contains deoxycholic acid, which the FDA says is “produced in the body [and] helps the body absorb fat.” Kybella has been approved by the agency to treat adults with moderate-to-severe fat below the chin.

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10 Places to Put Deodorant Other Than Your Armpits

While our armpits are definitely the sweatiest places on our bodies, that’s not the only place we need protection. Have you heard of something called boob sweat? The average perspiration-stopping stick can actually reduce friction, stop perspiration, and kill bacteria from head to toe (especially toes). Keep reading to discover 10 other spots to apply […]

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What You Should Know About Dog Ticks and Lyme Disease

I found a dog tick on my ankle. Do they cause Lyme disease?

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Watch 100 Years of Mexican Beauty Trends in 1 Minute

It may be 100 years of beauty in one minute, but the team over at Cut Video has already made it around the globe in under 180 days with its series.

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Make a Delicious, Guilt-Free Guacamole for Cinco de Mayo

Guacamole is a beautiful thing, isn’t it? The rich avocado flavor, the tangy lime juice, just the right spices … Ahhhh! This recipe, gives the dip a Southwestern spin, adding red bell pepper and black beans.

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5 Ways to Get Toned With a Medicine Ball

Bored of those dumbbells? Grab a 10-15 pound medicine ball and try these five exercises for a seriously sculpting total-body workout.

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Why Using This Resume Font Is Like Wearing Sweatpants to an Interview

Bloomberg Business polled three “typography wonks” to find out which fonts get you an immediate leg up in the job-search game, and which ones should be banished to the depths of Microsoft Word.

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7 Times You Should Never, Ever Wear Flip-Flops

Exhibit A: Brad Pitt, who has been sporting a nasty bruise under his left eye. “This is what happens when you try to run up steps in the dark, with your arms full, wearing flip-flops,” Pitt told People.

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How to Get Off Your Spin Bike and Start Cycling Outside

If the last time you were on a bike that could get you from point A to point B was back in high school, we have tips for you to transition your skills from those 45 minutes in the dark to the outdoors.

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Kim Kardashian Opens Up About Her Struggle to Have a Second Child

Say what you want about Kardashian’s vanity or her career, but “secondary infertility,” or having trouble getting pregnant a second time, is a topic millions of women can relate to.

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Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams to Destroy 265 Tons of Ice Cream Over Listeria Concerns

Some of the bacteria was found last week in the Columbus, Ohio-based company’s production facility and in products. In the wake of that discovery, the ice cream maker recalled all its products from retailers and shuttered ice cream shops in six states.

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