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What Every Stylish Woman Should Own: Quotes From the CFDA's Pursuit of Style Book

If you like that Jessica Alba quote above, you're going to love the latest book by the Council of Fashion Designers of America. It's called <i>The Pursuit of Style</i>, and not only does it feature a spot-on introduction by the cutie-pie actress, but it also contains hundreds of super-inspirational tidbits …

Dating Advice: Why Guys Won't Ask You Out

When that cute guy you were making eyes at all night doesn't ask you out or even come up to say hi, it can feel like a rejection. But a lot of times, the reason a guy isn't making his move isn't because he doesn't want to...<p>Men, just like us, have insecurities and fears about dating, and sometimes …

Exercise and Fitness Tips: How to Burn Easter-Candy Calories

Easter comes with pretty baskets filled with eggs and tons and tons of candy-color...well, <i>candy</i>.<p>And while eating some sweet stuff is a definite "do," it's kind of interesting to see how those yummy, sugary treats clock in, exercise-wise. TOPS Club Inc. came up with how long you need to do certain …

Weight Loss: A Food's Texture May Make You Eat Less

There are the crunchy foods you love and the creamy foods you love...and now new research is suggesting that those very textures may influence your perception as to how many calories are in each.<p>According to a new study in the <i>Journal of Consumer Research</i>, we usually equate smooth, soft foods with …

Is reading antisocial?

Another attempt to socially network books has bitten the dust. Maybe readers just want to be alone<p>My parents had a mixed marriage. I'm referring not to their religious upbringings (Catholic and Episcopalian) but to their attitudes toward reading in company. My father thought two or more people …