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    Skin and Beauty: Wisdom
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    Green Cosmetics: Bio Care from the Kitchen and Garden
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Cuba: The Big Change

Cuba: The Big Change Water set to boil in a dented tin pot soon developed an oily gray skin. At night, one of . Under Fidel, on the other hand, he had gotten free health care, a good education, and served abroad in a diplomatic position; it was no wonder that he was a

Medi-Cal set to expand coverage to undocumented children

Medi-Cal set to expand coverage to undocumented children The boys were gaining speed until their bike tipped over, sending them into a violent skid that sheared the skin from Felix's right elbow. What might have been a quick doctor's visit for other parents turned into a strained discussion for the In

Achieve beautiful skin and a bright smile with FOREO's got-to-get gadgets

Achieve beautiful skin and a bright smile with FOREO's got-to-get gadgets From newly optimized skincare devices, an “eye-mazing” and easy-to-use gadget, a hi-tech hybrid toothbrush, to a must-have skincare device specially made for men — these beauty devices are all aimed to help you reach your personal best in beauty and 

7 pH balancing tips for flawless skin

7 pH balancing tips for flawless skin Skin looks and feels better in a middle ground between acid and alkaline. Throw this balance out of whack (by using the wrong products or eating the wrong foods) and your pH levels will suffer resulting in sensitivity, wrinkles, inflammation or acne

Go green and clean this Earth Day with Garden of Life

Go green and clean this Earth Day with Garden of Life In honor of Earth Day, it's time to get eco-conscious and pledge to take care of the planet — and make a lifestyle commitment to pursue your own personal path towards a green, healthy, and happy way of living. After all, there's no better way to

“Crack Whores” and “Jelly Bellies”: A Former NFL Cheerleader Reveals the Bullying and Body-Shaming Off the Field

Gabriella Davis, 20, first started cheerleading in middle school in Dallas, Texas; around the same time, she became infatuated with those high priestesses of spirit fingers, the Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders.

“I’d go to Cowboys games, and I remember just watching the cheerleaders the whole time,” Davis told me recently by phone. “I was like, ‘They are so beautiful. I can’t wait to do that one day.’”

Davis cheered in high school, and in the national, competitive All-Star league, and in two years of college at Texas State University. It was about more than just beauty to her—a confluence of athletics (there aren’t many other sports whose squads can do a backflip while catching a football on the dismount), discipline, and sisterhood. But just as she’d “hung up her pom-poms” in college, she couldn’t shake the urge last spring to drive three hours from Texas State in San Marcos to Houston to try out for the Texans squad; to become an N.F.L. cheerleader, and one of the women she was so dazzled by as a tween. Everything happens for a reason, she believes: Davis made the team.