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Kenya women volleyball coach warns on fitness ahead of Worlds - Coastweek

December 17, 2017

By Kimathi Kamau NAIROBI (Xinhua) — Kenya Head coach Japheth Munala on Thursday called on his players to maintain their fitness over the festive season to stay in shape for the forthcoming 2018 FIVB World Women’s Volleyball Championships set for Tokyo, Japan next September. Munala warned no player is assured a place in the Japan-bound […]

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5 Things That Make Your Boobs Appear Bigger - POPSUGAR

December 16, 2017

We’re all about owning your breasts and body, no matter the size, but if you’d love to see more cleavage on yourself, there are some short-term tricks to having a perkier chest. 1. Working Out Your Chest Wall You might be thinking, “Oww!” while you work out, but you’ll be thinking, “Wow!” in no time […]

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Adidas shutters fitness wearables division, consolidates digital strategy - MobiHealthNews

December 16, 2017

Adidas has ended the business unit responsible for development of its fitness watches, sensor-enabled footwear, and other wearable devices, the Portland Business Journal first reported earlier this week. The decision to close the unit will affect 74 staff positions within the company, according to the reports. Among these were data scientists, experience designers, algorithm developers, […]

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The Best Last-Minute Holiday Deals And Sales - Women's Health

December 16, 2017

For all you people, we’ve scoured the internet to find you the very best sales. Wrap up that list, and you’ll have plenty of time left over to perfect that mulled wine recipe. Adidas – Extra 20% off from 12/17-12/18 Amazon – Discounts on all Echos until Christmas. Including the best-selling Echo Dot on sale […]

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5 Fights That Are Totally Normal For Happy Couples To Have - Women's Health

December 16, 2017

If you’re tempted to call B.S. on that one co-worker or friend who swears she and her S.O. “never fight,” you’re probably right. “All couples argue, and that is totally normal,” says Rachel Sussman, L.C.S.W., a relationship therapist in New York. “It’s how you argue that separates the healthy couples from those who are more […]

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Patients’ life values affect their attendance at medical treatment for pelvic-floor dysfunction

December 16, 2017

December 15, 2017 New research from psychologists and health professionals in Swansea has found that the types of life values that patients hold affect their attendance at medical treatment for pelvic-floor dysfunction, a condition affecting over 25% of all women in the UK. This condition involves incontinence and prolapse, and is treated initially by physiotherapy.  […]

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Brandi Monteverde of KTF Fitness - KPRC Click2Houston

December 15, 2017

HOUSTON – KTF stands for “Keeping the Faith.” My mom, Becky Evetts, passed away from pancreatic cancer when I was just 22 years old. She would say, “Cancer can take my life, chemo can take my hair, but nothing can take my faith!”” So, her saying keeping the faith became her motivation as she fought […]

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If Your Chapped Lips Are Driving You Crazy, Help Has Arrived - Women's Health

December 15, 2017

Along with the season of peppermint mocha lattes and Ugg boots comes a decidedly more annoying winter visitor: chapped lips. Why does this happen every winter like clockwork, and what can you really do to prevent and treat it? Your lips don’t produce oil, making them naturally drier than other skin on your face and body. […]

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'How I Told My Dad About My Eating Disorder' - Women's Health

December 15, 2017

My eating disorder story started years prior in a dance studio. Growing up, it was my second home. My mom was a professional ballet dancer for years, and my dad had worked in theatre. The passion I had for performing was in my DNA. My mom, coming from a dance background herself, always encouraged me […]

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My Birth Story: 'I Delivered My Baby In The Bathroom' - Women's Health

December 15, 2017

At around 7:30 a.m., I could hardly make it downstairs on my own because I was sure I was going to puke. Still, I was in so much denial about how far along I was in my labor. Pulling over into the bathroom, I start taking my clothes off. Why? No clue. It was just […]

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