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Sarah Hyland Addresses Body-Shaming Anorexia Rumors

On Wednesday afternoon, Modern Family actress Sarah Hyland took to Twitter to address gross rumors that she is battling anorexia. “I’d like to address something that has not only been brought up on Twitter but has been heavily discussed by ...

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Here's the Best Sports Bra to Wear for Your Breast Type and Shape

Truth time: there are seven different breast types and it is possible to find the best bra for yours.. And you have the same right when it comes to sports bras!. Sure, some of choosing a sports bra depends on ...

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How to Get Pregnant If You're Not Getting Your Period

Last month pro runner Tina Muir published a kind of shocking blog post about her decision to quit running. Like many elite athletes, she'd lost her period due to strenuous physical activity. Now that she's hoping to have kids, she's ...

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Having a C-Section Doesn’t Mean You Failed at Giving Birth

It’s true that childbirth isn’t like what you see in the movies, but when it comes to having a Cesarean section, you’d be hard-pressed to conjure an existing pop culture reference at all. In fact, when I tried to think ...

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I Relearned How to Ride a Bike at 30, and It Helped Me Face My Fear of Failure

I hate clichés, but none more than “It’s just like riding a bike!” The colloquialism rests on the idea that absolutely no one forgets how to ride a bike once they’ve learned. I hate the phrase with a special passion ...

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Women Can Safely Induce Medical Abortions at Home Through Telemedicine, Says Study

A new study is showing that abortion medication prescribed through telemedicine results in successful abortions with low rates of adverse effects. So, yes, the abortion pill — a term that usually refers to both mifepristone and misoprostol, which are taken ...

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How I Finally Stopped Being Afraid to Look Stupid at the Gym

No one in my family is skinny. Call it genetics or call it diet, blame it on the proliferation of processed foods or on living in places where you needed a car to get anywhere, but when you bear more ...

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Why You Should Try Whole15: It's Whole 30 But You Get to Quit Halfway

OK, I failed at Whole30. It is unreasonably hard. But hear me out: In the process, I invented a new thing, Whole15, and it is great. I'm perpetually on a quest to improve my mind, body, and soul by reading ...

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Miss Michigan USA Explains Why She Is Wearing Her Blood Glucose Monitor During the 2017 Miss USA Pageant

At this year’s Miss USA Pageant, it won’t just be Miss Michigan USA Krista Ferguson’s first time competing on the Miss USA stage—it will also be the first time a contestant has visibly worn a glucose monitor for type 1 ...

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These Photos of Moms Prove Breastfeeding and Pumping Really Can Be Done Anywhere

Breastfeeding isn't always easy, and it sometimes takes a little bravery, especially do to it in public. (Remember when Olivia Wilde took a break to feed her son during her Glamour cover shoot?) These 10 real moms prove that breastfeeding ...

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