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There are two sayings in disabled people's organisations. The first is "Nothing about us, without us". This was developed more than three decades ago because professionals saw themselves as experts about
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Martin Scorsese's financial-era-excess movie The Wolf of Wall Street has come in for yet more criticism – this time from disability-advocate organisations who have protested at its use of the "R" word
Exotic (and delicious!) ingredients to add to your grocery list this year If you're sick of cooking with kale and chia seeds all the time, you're in luck—2014 promises to bring a whole new crop of health
Steal their tricks to drop a size Ever look at a woman who’s experienced a dramatic weight loss and wonder what her secret is? Well, no need to wonder anymore—we got tons of Women’s Health followers who
In a perfect world, just talking about your fat-melting goals would burn mucho calories. Since that doesn't work, here's a plan that does A new Gallup survey found that a full 51 percent of adults are
Not all snacking is bad for you. These five pairings will keep you feeling full (without filling out) Let's get real: It's not always possible to avoid eating after dark. Some situations (a late work a
Make the most important meal of the day the yummiest one, too! Start your mornings—and your year—off right: by whipping up these breakfasts from Whole-Grain Mornings: New Breakfast Recipes to Span the
How to rise and shine…then rock that a.m. sweat session We concede: throwing off your warm, cozy covers on bone-chilling winter mornings so you can hit the treadmill or sweat through Zumba class can be
You'll want to keep these tunes on repeat through the New Year Hands down, 2013 was an amazing year for music. Proof? Season 5 of The Voice was so mind-blowing, we couldn't help but create a workout playlist
The Biggest Loser’s Alison Sweeney has a philosophy worth stealing We get it—sometimes even the best fitness intentions fail when you have a packed schedule, tons of errands, or a date you just can’t up.
You can still sneak in exercise even after the sun goes down We could rattle off seven reasons to work out in the morning—but sometimes waking up before the sun sounds about as pleasant as a root canal.
Use your mind to sculpt a better body When boredom or fatigue strikes during a workout, you might try to distract yourself by flicking on the TV or chatting up your treadmill neighbor. But tuning in–instead