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Real Women, Real Stories
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
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authored by: Erin Zaikis
"What is soap?" a 13-year-old girl asked me. By the look of her dirty hands, I knew it was an honest question. A question that would change my life. While working for a nonprofit in Thailand, I learned something that shook my world: There are people who don't know what soap is and have never used it. Yes, millions of people. In fact, according to Unilever, 70 million people in India alone have never washed their hands.
Wellness in Practice
Thursday, April 17, 2014
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Today I took part in a satellite media tour to help women learn how to #FeelGreatLookGreat. If you missed out—bummer—it’s OK. Here is a recap of what I covered. After all, every woman deserves this inside knowledge! 
Notes from the Nursery
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
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authored by: Vera Sizensky
Clean diaper, full belly, peaceful white noise, the softest pajamas on the planet and the scent of soothing lavender after a calming bath—she should be sleeping, but Lena, my 7 1/2-month-old, is working the night shift. When my daughter wakes in the middle of the night, I always assume it’s because one of the perfect sleep ingredients listed above has gone awry.
Wellness in Practice
Monday, April 14, 2014
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Time for spring cleaning! Except rather than focusing on your cluttered closet, we'd like you to focus on yourself. This Thursday, April 17, Beth Battaglino, RN and CEO of HealthyWomen.org, kicks off a satellite media tour to share several small lifestyle tweaks that will help you feel great and look great this spring.
Wellness in Practice
Thursday, April 10, 2014
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authored by: Marcia Mangum Cronin
Several of my good friends just passed the big 5-0 milestone, and, if they're like me, they may start noticing some health problems they hadn't seen before. Some issues, like not being able to see the dinner menu without reading glasses, are often viewed as merely minor annoyances. 

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