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Life | Women's Health

"Total strangers come into my crib and I kind of blow up their world."<p>What do you think—is this a step too far?<p>I'll tell you what I want, what I really really want...<p>Alongside some of their most famous shots.<p>Including what's best to watch at the gym.

Women's Health

Quick, Easy, Healthy Meal-Planning Ideas

<b>After a long day at work, sometimes the easiest thing to do for dinne</b>r seems like ordering greasy takeout or buzzing by the drive thru. But even "healthy" fast food isn't always the best option. Below are some practical tips and resources to help build fast and healthy meal planning into your …

Sculpt Fabulous Arms: Stacie Clark's Favorite Pushup

This simple tweak to engage your core while you tone your upper body<p>If you want sleek and sexy arms, there’s no question about it: Pushups totally rock. But there may be an even better way to get rid of the jiggle while you build strength in your chest, core, and back. Find out how <i>The Next Fitness</i> …

Bodyweight Exercise

Healthy-Eating Instagram

8 Healthy-Eating Instagram Accounts You Should Follow<p>Add these to your feed for Insta-inspiration!<p>Chances are, your Instagram feed is filled with lots of not-so-healthy food porn. Yes, those cheeseburgers and cupcakes look delicious—but they don’t exactly get you pumped to load up on kale salad. …

Ice Cream

NSA on Text Messages: 'A Goldmine to Exploit'

This article is from the archive of our partner .<p>If you were curious: Yes, the National Security Agency is collecting and filtering text messages to …

An undergrad, a drone and a dream: New FAA rules have a UNLV student smelling opportunity

Advertisement<p>0 Comments<p>Some people are just born to build stuff.<p>In his sixth-grade yearbook, Greg Friesmuth answered the question of what he wanted …