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The 2-in-1 Lower-Body Workout

6 multitasking moves to sculpt a sexy tush and sleek thighs—no equipment necessary<p>1. Curtsy Lunge to Side Leg Lift<p>A<p>B<p><b>A.</b><p>Cross left leg behind right and …

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The Moves You Should Be Doing For a Perkier Butt

Need to shape up your backside? Look no further — we've got over 30 of the most effective exercises to perk up your backside fast. Read on to learn …

A Waist-Defining Workout for Athletic Body Types

I've talked about great workouts if you've got a pear-shaped or curvy body. Now it’s time to discuss a more rectangular shape--the athletic body …

Beauty: skincare powders

I tried <b>Sensai's Silky Peeling Powder</b> because I'm fascinated by Japanese skincare rituals, albeit as a spectator sport (the chances of my adopting a 12-step cleansing regime before bed are slim to none). But I was surprised to find the powder still at my basin, stocks depleting, a month later. Twice …

"The opinion of somebody I don’t know and never met is not going to change what I do or how I do it.” Happy Birthday, Reese Witherspoon! http://wmag.co/uPQBz Photo by Michael Thompson; W Magazine February 2006.

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Spectacular fossilised skull of ancient human is forcing scientists to rethink radically the story of evolution http://gu.com/p/3jjcm/tw Experts believe the skull is one of the most important fossil finds to date, but it has proved as controversial as it is stunning. Analysis of the skull and other remains at Dmanisi suggests that scientists have been too ready to name separate species of human ancestors in Africa. Many of those species may now have to be wiped from the textbooks. Photograph: Georgian National Museum