• 'I love my body for being strong and healthy and sexy': Amy Schumer refuses to be body shamed - and lets her trolls know it
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    Elizabeth Di Filippo

    'I love my body for being strong and healthy and sexy': Amy Schumer refuses to be body shamed - and lets her trolls know it

    Amy Schumer is teaching internet trolls everywhere a lesson.

  • Can you guess how old she is? Taiwanese designer looks half her age
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    Krista Thurrott

    Can you guess how old she is? Taiwanese designer looks half her age

    Eat well, exercise often and moisturize daily -- these are all tips from a Taiwanese designer who is shocking people with her ageless look.

  • Halle Berry, 51, swears by workouts with resistance bands but ... how, exactly, do you use them?
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    Korin Miller

    Halle Berry, 51, swears by workouts with resistance bands but ... how, exactly, do you use them?

    In her latest fitness post, Halle Berry appears to be running while her trainer, Peter Lee Thomas, trails behind, holding on to a band that’s wrapped around her waist.

  • Forcing your child to eat breakfast is 'child abuse,' one expert claims
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    Nisean Lorde

    Forcing your child to eat breakfast is 'child abuse,' one expert claims

    Many people are led to believe that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, but at least one expert suggests that statement is only true if you skip it.

  • How late night eating affects your body
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    Jasmine Jones

    How late night eating affects your body

    Studies and speculations linking late night eating to weight gain have been circulating for years, but is it really the one way ticket to obesity it’s made out be? Well, yes and no. There are a number of contributing factors that could cause weight gain. Reaching for sugary drinks and unhealthy snacks between meals causes insulin levels to spike and has a knock-on effect on appetite.

  • Woman shares honest before and after photos of 180-pound weight loss
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    Erica Rae Chong

    Woman shares honest before and after photos of 180-pound weight loss

    Jessica Weber is getting real about her impressive weight loss transformation -- and the loose skin it left her with.

  • 8 simple hacks to make sure you're drinking enough water
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    Zoe Dubs

    8 simple hacks to make sure you're drinking enough water

    Ice serves two purposes – firstly it cools your drink and makes drinks look a bit fancier but it also adds extra water intake to your drink, providing more water as it melts. You don’t have to just drink your water intake, don’t forget that food has water in it as well. Snacking on foods high in water content is a great, healthy way to get hydrated (and beat hunger!).

  • Going on a diet? Here's what you need to know
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    Zoe Dubs

    Going on a diet? Here's what you need to know

    It’s the start of a new year and with that, comes the start of the inevitable. New Year resolutions and new year diets. If you’ve decided to eat healthier and cut something from your regular diet, the options are endless and frankly, quite confusing. (i.e.

  • 9 things you need to know before starting the gym
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    Yahoo!

    9 things you need to know before starting the gym

    With Christmas done and dusted, New Year’s resolutions are next on the to-do list.  After overindulging on mince pies and mulled wine for weeks on end, you’re ready to get fit and healthy. But before you head out and sign up to the local gym – listen up. There are a few things you should know…

  • 5 healthy holiday cocktail recipes to ring in the New Year
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    Nisean Lorde

    5 healthy holiday cocktail recipes to ring in the New Year

    INGREDIENTS: – 300 ml coconut milk (can use coconut milk or beverage, but latter will be less creamy and intense) -1/2 tsp of Golden Milk spice blend (i.e. Spice Sanctuary Golden Milk spice blend) or turmeric spice -1 tsp Coconut Sugar to sweeten (optional) -1 egg, separated – Nutmeg and True Cinnamon for grating HOW TO MAKE: 1. Heat the milk in a pan; when warm, add the spice blend and sugar (if using) and bring to a boil. 2. Take off the heat and chill overnight. 3.

  • Three-minute dinner ideas for when you can’t be bothered to spend time cooking
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    Ellen Manning

    Three-minute dinner ideas for when you can’t be bothered to spend time cooking

    We all know the feeling. It’s been a long day, you’re hungry, you don’t want to spend hours cooking. So we’ve found some easy dinners you can whip up in just three minutes. 15 comforting one-pot dishes to soothe you this winter  13 amazing facts you never knew about coffee

  • 105-year-old grandma credits yoga and wine for youthful body
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    Nisean Lorde

    105-year-old grandma credits yoga and wine for youthful body

    Eileen Ash may have been alive for more than a century, but she can downward dog with women decades younger.  The Norwich, U.K., resident turned 105-years-old this past Sunday and credits her enviable physique and sharp mind to yoga, a balanced diet and two glasses of wine each day. “It helps your brain because you have to think and it improves your muscles,” Ash told the BBC about her love of yoga — something she has participated in for over 30 years.

  • Pumpkin power: 6 health benefits to Halloween’s statement squash
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    Alice Sholl

    Pumpkin power: 6 health benefits to Halloween’s statement squash

    It’s a few days until Halloween which only means one thing: Last minute pumpkin shopping and spoon sharpening in preparation for hollowing and carving them out. And a delicious - and typically more American - tradition is the pumpkin pie making that follows. While raw pumpkin, a little like butternut squash, smells and looks pretty unappetising raw it’s absolutely delicious in sweet and savoury dishes when cooked to perfection. Good for you too, it turns out, as the nutrition team at global healthcare company Abbott have compiled a list of its many health benefits. 20 hacks to pimp your Halloween house party Halloween hacks: 13 creative no-carve pumpkin decorating idea

  • Paleo chef Pete Evans slammed for telling woman with osteoporosis to cut out calcium
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    Erica Rae Chong

    Paleo chef Pete Evans slammed for telling woman with osteoporosis to cut out calcium

    Pete Evans wears many hats. The chef came under fire on social media after he advised a woman with osteoporosis to adopt a paleo diet and cut out calcium on a public Facebook Q&A session. Social media quickly took Evans to task, calling him out on his inaccurate and potentially-harmful medical advice.

  • Turns out flossing may not be as beneficial as we thought
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    Erica Rae Chong

    Turns out flossing may not be as beneficial as we thought

    Good news for those who have been lying to their dentists about flossing for decades!

  • 5 delicious veggie-loaded recipes your kids will love
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    Caroline Phelps, Yahoo Food Blogger

    5 delicious veggie-loaded recipes your kids will love

    Get the recipe from: Pickled Plum Mushroom Barley Burger with Sriracha Miso Mayo Some veggie burgers are delicious but most veggie burgers are meh at best.

  • The shape of the food you eat may be linked to your health
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    Erica Rae Chong

    The shape of the food you eat may be linked to your health

    Turns out that old adage “you are what you eat” may hold more truth than you think! The shape of the food that you eat may hold clues to the health benefits it possesses. For example, walnuts, which look like brains (wrinkled with two halves), are rich in omega-3 fatty acids and are great for brain health.

  • 7 foods you thought were healthy (but really aren’t)
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    Erica Rae Chong

    7 foods you thought were healthy (but really aren’t)

    If you’re trying to lose weight, the answer is pretty clear — eat healthy food and avoid the unhealthy stuff. The survey asked the American public and nutrition experts to label 52 common foods as “healthy” or “unhealthy.”  While most people were able to tell the good from the bad, there were a number of items that were thought to be healthier than they actually were.

  • 8 ways your smartphone is hurting your health
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    Erica Rae Chong

    8 ways your smartphone is hurting your health

    If you’re reading this on your smartphone, you might want to put it down (I mean after reading this article, of course).

  • Expectant mom shuts down pregnancy body shamers by comparing bumps with Tess Holliday
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    Erica Rae Chong

    Expectant mom shuts down pregnancy body shamers by comparing bumps with Tess Holliday

    A photo posted by Brittany Aäe (@__magneticnorth__) on May 31, 2016 at 5:55pm PDT A few weeks ago endurance athlete Brittany Aäe (right) compared her 39-week baby bump with that of another expectant mom - plus-sized model Tess Holliday (left). While Holliday’s pregnancy was two weeks behind Aäe when the photos were taken, the difference is obvious – and body shamers wasted no time pointing it out. A photo posted by Brittany Aäe (@__magneticnorth__) on May 1, 2016 at 9:21am PDT Aäe was criticized for her rigorous training routines and for scaling mountains, even in her third trimester.

  • Spending 30 minutes outdoors could reduce your risk of depression and heart disease
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    Erica Rae Chong

    Spending 30 minutes outdoors could reduce your risk of depression and heart disease

    Researchers from the University of Queensland found that city residents who spend at least 30 minutes outdoors each week had a reduced risk of depression and high blood pressure. “We’ve known for a long time that visiting parks is good for our health, but we are now beginning to establish exactly how much time we need to spend in parks to gain these benefits,” says researcher Richard Fuller. Given that 5.4% of Canadians suffer from some form of mood disorder or depression, and that metal illness in Canada costs the public health care system $51 billion each year, the use of green spaces could be a way to lighten the burden.

  • 5 smoothie recipes that make eating more vegetables effortless
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    Angela Simpson, Yahoo Nutrition & Fitness Blogger

    5 smoothie recipes that make eating more vegetables effortless

    The secret is in your kitchen, and it’s your blender! These 5 nutrient-dense, delicious smoothie recipes can be made in 10 minutes or less, and enjoyed at home or on the go. Top it off with some coconut and pistachios for a little extra crunch.

  • Why Hangovers Are So Much Worse in Your 30s Than in Your 20s
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    Molly Triffin

    Why Hangovers Are So Much Worse in Your 30s Than in Your 20s

    Hangovers are rough no matter how you slice it — but in our twenties, many of us could throw back multiple rounds of tequila shots, pop a couple of Advil the next day, and be relatively good to go. Not so much in your 30s.

  • 7 tips for eating clean while travelling
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    Angela Simpson, Yahoo Nutrition & Fitness Blogger

    7 tips for eating clean while travelling

    Although airports and airlines are getting better at providing nutritious food options, I don’t like to leave this to chance. A lot of what is served on planes is high in sodium which can cause bloating and that’s the last thing you want on a long-haul flight.

  • 12 delicious and healthy foods that will boost your mood
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    Kathryn Kyte

    12 delicious and healthy foods that will boost your mood

    We’ve all had those days (and nights) that simply just don’t go our way. Whether it’s working long work hours, all-nighters or just feeling “blah,” a solid and healthy pick-me-up can do wonders.  The key is to know what foods are worth the grab – the ones that won’t give you a quick boost only to watch you crash miserably moments later. We’ve already got enough going on in our lives.