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Fotograf Sølve Sundsbø inszenierte das Modelduo Josephine Le Tutour und Mathias Lauridsen für die Frühjahr/Sommerkampagne 2015 von Giorgio Armani http://www.vogue.de/mode/videos/model-josephine-le-tutour-fuer-giorgio-armani © PR

Short Blond Hair & Layered Outfit w/ San-biki no Koneko & Spinns in Harajuku

Konchan is a stylish girl with blond, short hair, piercings, and pink/purple make-up who we recently met in Harajuku. She told us that she old and …

Blond Hair

And the Award for the Biggest Fashion Launch of 2013 Goes to.....

Undoubtedly, the biggest launch of 2013 was 3.1 Phillip Lim's collection of clothing and accessories for Target. One of the most buzzed-about …

What Should Drive Your Strategy?

In 1960, Harvard professor Theodore Levitt published a landmark paper in <i>Harvard Business Review</i> that urged executives to ask, “What business are you really in?” Even today, a half century later, his challenge still resonates.<p>Nevertheless, a lot can happen in 50 years and just as we recognize many …

Link To Prostate Cancer Brings More Bad News For Fish Oil Story

Adding more confusion to an already fishy story, a new study has found a significant association between omega-3 fatty acids and the risk of prostate cancer. Although the linkage had been previously observed, the finding surprised the investigators, who wrote that ”these findings contradict the …

Champagne Anti-Aging Regimen Could Improve Memory, Research Suggests

New research indicates that moderate Champagne (or any sparkling wine) consumption has a positive effect on memory as we age; now isn’t that the good news you’ve been waiting for? According to researchers at the UK’s Reading University, specific polyphenol compounds in red grapes are believed to …

Healthy Exercise Tips For The 50+

It's been widely accepted that if you have problems sleeping, notice your moods vary or that your anxiety is a bit high... you may not be getting enough exercise! Regular exercise doesn't just improve your frame of mind; research also confirms it decreases anxiety, improves rest and raises ones …

Wer genießt, lebt gesünder

<b>Über Geschmack lässt sich bekanntlich nicht streiten; ebenso wenig über Genuss. Was dem einen sein Rotwein, ist dem anderen die Lösung einer</b> …

The Future of Getting Paid to Be Healthy

Pairing financial incentives and workplace wellness programs, employers can save money, and employees can make it.<p>(Fabrizio Bensch / Reuters)<p>When a 2014 portion of the Affordable Care Act comes into effect, employers will be able to use financial rewards and penalties to encourage healthier …

How Vinegar Could Save 73,000 Women A Year From Cancer

Almost two decades ago, a doctor named Surendra S. Shastri was put in charge of preventative oncology at Tata Memorial Hospital in Mumbai, India. One of his biggest jobs: to figure out how to cut the toll from cervical cancer, which kills 200,000 women a year in the developing world but is rare in …

10 Ways To Inspire Your Team

More and more people feel stuck at work and are looking for validation. Not only do they want to be heard, but more importantly they want to know that their contributions are being noticed and not taken for granted. Not for the sake of attention, but more so because they want to know that their …

No Such Thing As Type 2 Diabetes? Why Old Notions Of 'Disease' Need Revamping

As medicine advances, thanks to expanding research and sophisticating technologies, it’s always got the task of shedding its past and redefining itself. Part of this is to rid itself of conventions that are determined to be useless, or worse, erroneous. In a smart new editorial in <i>The Lancet,</i> …

Leadership in Business

To be successful in business you need to be a leader of people, a person who sets an example that others want to follow. This is something I found …

The Biggest Myth About the Gender Wage Gap

The real gap isn't between men and women doing the same job. It's between the different jobs that men and women take.<p>michaeljung/Shutterstock<p>It might be the most famous statistic about female workers in the United States: Women earn "only 72 percent as much as their male counterparts."<p>It's also …

Running Shoes 2.0 - Can Swiss Technology Make You Faster, Reduce Injuries?

Running shoes have changed a lot in recent years, but this is much different.<p>There has been a big trend across the industry towards more minimalist shoes with less underfoot, fueled by advocates of a more “natural” style of running. Whether called barefoot running, chi running, natural running, …

How To See What Others Don't (In Order To Increase Your Chances of Success)

Seeing What Others Don’t is not only the title of new book by Gary Klein, it is also a mantra that can make you successful.<p>Let’s deal with the book first and then my assertion.<p>Although I have never met him, I have been a fan of Klein for years. He is a very smart guy who is a senior scientist at …

How To Be A Real Leader - Even When You're In A Fake Environment

I just read a post here on Forbes, Is Authentic Executive Presence an Oxymoron? The author, Kristi Hedges, says, in effect, <i>“I hope not, and I don’t think so – but it’s tough.”</i><p>I agree. It <i>is</i> hard to be authentic as an executive: there are many forces pushing you to be guarded, even deceptive; to …

5 Ways To Live To 100 - And Stay Healthy To 99

Are you planning to live to 100? It turns out you should be. As an adult in the year 2013, there’s a very good chance you’ll make it to the century mark. That’s according to the National Institutes of Health and the U.S. Census Bureau, which have announced that those over the age of 80 now make up …

How Exercising at Work Saves Money

Creation of worksite wellness programs is promoted by parts of the Affordable Care Act. If your office doesn't have a gym, it soon might -- out of the company's interest.<p>sebastianfritzon / flickr<p>Ever since Karen Straub had her thyroid removed because of cancer in 1999, she has struggled with her …