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National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month: Drinks Make a Big Difference
National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month: Drinks Make a Big Difference

As we continue the fight against childhood obesity, the second week of the American Heart Association’s EmpowerMEnt Challenge is about reducing sugar-sweetened beverages. Did you know sodas are one of the leading contributors to obesity?


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Destination Weddings: Beautiful Venues in Latin America
Destination Weddings: 8 Beautiful Venues You'll Love

The weather may be cooling down, but these Latin American resorts have never been hotter. From the rich nature that surrounds Costa Rica to the beaches of Dominican Republic, here are eight beautiful venues perfect for any destination wedding:


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Seven Life-Changing Tips to Land Your Dream Job
7 Life-Changing Tips to Land Your Dream Job

LinkedIn’s Career Expert, Nicole Williams, offers her best tips on everything from what to wear to how to network when preparing for a huge interview.


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Jennifer Lopez Booty single cover art
Say What? Vogue Declares Butts Are the New Thing

We're officially living in the era of the big booty. Because Vogue said so. 

Despite the fact that many of us have rocked a big booty since, you know, birth, Vogue has declared that booties are a totally new fad that have never been fashionable until this very moment. 


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 Want A Guy With A+ Sperm? Just Look At His Face?
Want A Guy With A+ Sperm? Apparently His Face Holds All the Clues...

Don't care about his caliber of sperm? Go for the dude with the masculine features.


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10 Problems All Curvy Latinas Have
10 Problems All Curvy Latinas Can Relate To

Celebrities like Jennifer Lopez and Chiquis Rivera may help promote the beauty of curves, but even they will admit that having a curvy body comes with problems. Some are kind of funny, but others are just a pain.

Here are problems us curvy chicas have faced over and over again: 


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Journalist Natalie Morales Spills On How She Gets Her Family to Stay Healthy
Journalist Natalie Morales Shares Her Secrets On Keeping Her Kids Healthy

I have always believed one of the best ways to teach your kids is by doing. Show them the way. The same is true for health and fitness. My husband and I are avid fitness buffs and try to work out several times a week, we also watch what we eat and encourage our kids to try new things. 


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9/11 Memorial Museum
Meet the Puerto Rican Man Who Led the Team Creating the September 11 Memorial & Museum

Ricardo Mulero will always remember his September 11th story.

Just as he got off the subway at Greenwich Village in Lower manhattan, he stopped to see where everyone was looking. Seconds before, United Airlines Flight 175 had crashed into the South Tower of the World Trade Center. Now, thirteen years later, Mulero has an important and historic obligation that puts him in charge of commemorating that day for all time. 


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A Letter to Flaquitas Everywhere
A Letter to Flaquitas Everywhere

Dear Flaquitas,

I hope it’s okay that I used that term. I know you’ve heard it all your life—from relatives, friends, strangers on the street. Maybe, like me, you heard other colorful terminology for “skinny.” As a Cuban-American growing up in Miami, I was often called “una vara de tumbar mangos,” or a rod used to knock down mangoes. It wasn’t meant as a compliment, and back then it ruined mangos for me altogether.


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