Sports Illustrated Releases its Most Body

For the first time in 52 years, the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue has crowned three cover models—and they have three totally different body types. The trio includes fashion model Hailey Clauson, size-16 body-positive activist Ashley Graham, and MMA fighter Ronda Rousey. One word: Wow! Graham, the sultry beacon of body positivity, is the first …

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Move of the Week: Plank Hip Dips

The classic forearm plank is a fantastic way to strengthen your core. But you can make it even more effective by adding a (literal) twist. Learn how to do this oblique-toning variation with the help of Health’s contributing fitness editor, Kristin McGee. RELATED: 20 Ways to Do a Plank Here’s how to do it: Come forward …

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You're Gonna Want a Piece of Cinnamon Swirl… Hair, That Is

Hairstylist Ryan Pearl has discovered yet another way we can indulge in sweet treats without having to count calories. The man who delivered chocolate chip hair to us has now introduced cinnamon swirl, and it’s so pretty. RELATED: Checkerboard Hair Is Your Latest Need-to-Know Trend Pearl, who whips up these …

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The Best Way to Survive a Heart Attack Without Drugs

The advice for people who are at higher risk of having a heart event is pretty straightforward. If you have high cholesterol, are overweight or obese or have high blood pressure—among other risk factors—you should eat less animal fat, eat more plants, and exercise to keep the heart muscle strong. …

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Flu Shot May Guard Against Irregular Heart Rate: Study

WEDNESDAY, Feb. 10, 2016 (HealthDay News) — Along with reducing your flu risk, a flu shot may protect you from a common heart rhythm disorder that significantly increases stroke risk, researchers report. Their study of about 57,000 people in Taiwan found a significant association between the flu and new cases …

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3 Ways to Keep Mercury and Arsenic Out of Your Gluten

You’ve probably seen some scary headlines recently about how a gluten-free diet may expose your body to more arsenic and mercury—toxic metals that have been linked to a higher risk of , cancer, and neurological problems. These reports were initiated by a study conducted at the University of Illinois. Gluten-free diets tends to …

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Oscars 2017: Nominees Will Receive a Vagina Fitness Tracker

Every year, Oscar nominees receive the Everyone Wins Nominee Gift Bag, an assortment of extravagant, brand-sponsored gifts ranging from vacation getaways to personal training sessions to a year’s worth of Audi car rentals. This year’s standout gift is the Elvie, a fitness tracker for—wait for it—your vagina. This women’s health …

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