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Are Morphe’s Copper Spice & Bronzed Mocha Palettes Sold Out?

There are certain brands that stand out more than others when it comes to affordability and incredible quality. One of these brands is Morphe, and their latest launches of the Morphe Copper Spice & Bronzed Mocha palettes have fans stoked for a new selection of gorgeous eyeshadows. With the Copper Spice palette filled with warm red and copper tones and the Bronzed Mocha palette filled with stunning purples and browns, they’re everything you need for a winter eye look. If you’re already a fan of Morphe or a fan of…

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Feeling nauseous? Here’s what to do

There are many causes for nausea — motion sickness, pregnancy, illness and even anxiety. It’s a terrible feeling, and unfortunately, there aren’t many methods for getting rid of the discomfort. One of the oldest and best remedies for nausea is hot tea, particularly ginger and peppermint. These flavors have been found to have a calming effect on the stomach, and the warm water is believed to reduce spasms by relaxing the muscles. Though, if you have food poisoning, the flu, or simply feel hungover, home remedies probably won’t help. If…

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7-minute workout to tone your whole body

Sometimes, you just don’t have time for a full hour-long workout. Some days, all you have is seven minutes — and that’s OK. Anything you can do to get your heart pumping and your body shaking is good for you. Keep this workout in the back of your mind for those days when you have no time, but want to fit some movement into your day. It’s simple, quick and effective! Here’s how to get started — and pin this workout if you want to do it later: EnregistrerTODAY.comTry this…

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Got holiday stress? Tips to help you navigate 4 common scenarios

The most wonderful time of the year can also be the most stressful. Don’t let the pressure get you unraveled. Here are tips to help you navigate four common holiday scenarios. 1. You’re overwhelmed by obligations. If buying and wrapping gifts, attending holiday parties and making meals for extended family leaves you stressed, join the club. Money worries, work and family obligations already have the average American rating her stress level a 4.9 on a 10-point scale, according to a report by the American Psychological Association. Throw in six jam-packed…

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Grieving Husband Launches Foundation to Fight Pancreatic Cancer in Honor of His Late Wife

Bob Wright is a man on a mission. On July 29 his wife of 49 years, Suzanne, died of pancreatic cancer. What they learned about the lack of resources being devoted to the disease during the nine months she valiantly fought for her life was so shocking he knew he had to do something about it. “It’s a horrible situation,” says Wright, 73, who co-founded Autism Speaks with Suzanne in February 2005 after their grandson was diagnosed with autism. “There’s a lack of energy. No prioritization. No sense of urgency….

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The Best Sex Positions For Your 30s, 40s, 50s, And 60s

Like red wine and a fine cheddar cheese, certain things just get better with age. That said, you may not be able to pretzel yourself into the same sexual positions you could at 20. Or maybe you can, but not without some element of risk. Maybe risk is part of the appeal. But if you’re more concerned with safe sex—the kind that won’t lead to embarrassing ER visits—here are some suggested sex positions for every decade of life.   Your 30s Ryan Todd About 25% of pregnant women experience pain…

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10 Signs You Have A Healthy Sex Life

You don’t know what’s going on in your neighbors’ bedrooms (and, quite frankly, don’t want to). But you’re probably a little curious to know how your sex life stacks up. For example, how often are other couples doing it? And is it weird that you and your partner always do the same things? What would a therapist say about your sex life? Here, 10 ways to know if your bedroom behaviors are healthy—and what you can do to improve things if they’re not : 1. You feel good about your…

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7 Foods for Better Sex

If you want to put some sizzle back into your sex life, food can help you set the mood. There’s nothing better than a romantic, home-cooked dinner, featuring some R-rated foods to help turn up the heat. “There’s a growing body of evidence that some of the vitamins and components in foods can enhance sexual function and sexual experience,” says Jennifer R. Berman, MD, the director of the Berman Women’s Wellness Center, in Beverly Hills, Calif. Here are some of the food ingredients (and my own favorite recipes) that have…

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At Harlem Cycle, Fitness Classes That Speak to the Soul

“We wanted people to come and hear the music they heard on ‘Soul Train’; the music they heard in church; music that made them want to move their bodies and that left their spirit feeling moved,” Ms. Rochester, 35, recalled of the 2016 meeting. “And, of course, we had to have a brick wall, because Harlem.” And Mr. Tyler, 53, who had taught fitness classes for more than 25 years at chain studios like Equinox, yearned for something with more of a community feel, he said. A month later, in…

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I’m a Doctor. If I Drop Food on the Kitchen Floor, I Still Eat It.

You may have read or heard about the study debunking the five-second rule. It said that no matter how fast you pick up food that falls on the floor, you will pick up bacteria with it. Our continued focus on this threat has long baffled me. Why are we so worried about the floor? So many other things are more dangerous than that. I first became interested in the five-second rule years ago, when I was a co-author of a book on medical myths. We cited a number of studies…

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