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How 11 Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show Angels Get Fit

Welcome to This Week in Wellness! Once a week, we’ll bring you the latest news from the wellness world that has SELF editors talking while getting ready for our next…

Why Victoria’s Secret Model Barbara Fialho’s Trainer Says All Women Should Lift Weights

Every year around the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, fitness Instagram lights up with trainers’ and models’ #trainlikeanAngel posts. Lucky for us, they offer insight into the way Victoria’s Secret models…

Jay-Z Just Summed Up Why Therapy Is a Great Idea for Pretty Much Everyone

We know that therapy is a crucial tool for managing conditions like depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder. But in an interview with The New York Times published today, rapper Jay-Z…

The effects of skipping breakfast depend on your weight

The effects of skipping breakfast depend on your weight

How does eating breakfast affect fat cells in lean people? How about the fat cells in those with obesity? New research explores this by looking at the metabolic effects of…

WWE’s Brie Bella Is Donating Her Breast Milk to Help Hospitalized Babies

Breastfeeding is a different experience for everyone. Some women struggle to produce enough milk, while others have more than they need. WWE star Brie Bella falls into the latter camp,…

7 Stylish Running Sunglasses You’ll Actually Want to Wear Everywhere

NEW SELF Meal Plans Easy-to-make Recipes. No Guesswork. Source Article from https://www.self.com/gallery/stylish-running-sunglasses…

Whole Foods Just Predicted the Biggest Food Trends of 2018

Throw out all the kale in your fridge, stop ordering roasted Brussels sprouts as an appetizer, and dump your avocado toast in the trash. According to Whole Foods, all of…

I Had a Headache That Felt Like a Stroke, and They’re Surprisingly Common

I thought I was just tired. It was a Friday afternoon. My teenagers had a teacher in-service day and so they were off from school, and I was working from…

Sign-up pace much slower in week 4 of 2018 Obamacare enrollment

NEW YORK (Reuters) – The pace of people signing up for individual insurance under Obamacare slowed significantly during the fourth week of 2018 enrollment, as nearly 37 percent fewer people…

Insecticide resistance spreads in Africa, threatens malaria progress

LONDON (Reuters) – The largest genetic study of mosquitoes has found their ability to resist insecticides is evolving rapidly and spreading across Africa, putting millions of people at higher risk…