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Keep Calm and Yoga On: International Yoga Day

Yoga is essentially food for your mind, body, and soul. I have practiced yoga for several years now, and truly believe in its many health benefits both mentally and physically.

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7 Fitness Hacks That Every Time-Crunched Woman Should Know

So little time, so many adorable dresses to fit into. When you want to get the biggest bang for your buck with your fitness routine, you've got to turn to some best-practices from the trenches.

Women Beauty

3 Best Skin Care Creams

Everyone has a skin care routine they follow in order to keep their skin clear and there are various skin care products on the market that contain many natural as well as man-made ingredients.

Fitness for Models

Do Not Compare Yourself To A Model's Image: Celebrities Speak Out Against Photoshop Use

Public figures stand up againgst retouching in magazines to avoid "public trashing" of their perceived flaws or insecurities. Celebrities speak out on Women Fitness about their insecurities & photo editing.

Obesity Center

Top 10 to a Heart-Healthy Pizza Meal

Pizza has often been classified as a junk food. Making your own pizza at home is a great way to slash calories and fat as well as add some serious flavor and nutrients by selecting your own fresh toppings.

Top 10 Fitness Tips

Top 10 Respiratory Herbs For COPD

Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, or COPD, is an umbrella term that includes several progressive lung diseases, such as emphysema, chronic bronchitis, irreversible asthma and severe bronchiectasis. Some of the most common indications that you have COPD include shortness of breath, wheezing, tightness throughout your chest and chronic coughing, with and without sputum.

Fertility & Pregnancy

Pregnancy Yoga: A Beginners Guide

I've always been one of those people who have all good intentions of trying something new, but actually never seem to find the time to get round to it. Sound familiar? I'd been like this for years with Yoga,

Women Health Concern

Scleroderma Awareness Month

The word scleroderma comes from the Greek words "sclero" meaning hard, and "derma" meaning skin. Even today, the exact cause of the disease is unknown and a cure has not been found. Scleroderma is not contagious, infectious, cancerous, or malignant, but it affects women more than men.