Simone Biles Was Bullied for Her Muscular Arms: ‘I Wore Sweaters or Jackets All Year Long’

March 18, 2019

After years of being bullied for her muscular arms, Simone Biles is finally in a place where she loves her body. The Olympic gold medalist says that her classmates used to make rude comments about her athletic figure. “People would say mean things at the time. They used to call me a ‘swoldier,’ which didn’t […]

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Khloé Kardashian Says Her ‘Ass’ Is ‘So Big’ After Giving Birth She’s Wearing Swimsuits as Underwear

March 8, 2019

Khloé Kardashian is determined to get her pre-pregnancy body back. The mom of one, 33, shared a health update on Snapchat Friday, almost one month after welcoming daughter True Thompson. Kardashian, who has become a fitness guru with her reality TV show Revenge Body, opened up about her post-pregnancy weight and returning to the gym. […]

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When did water bottles get so expensive?

Welcome to the age of ‘high-fashion water bottles’

March 5, 2019

  For most of us everyday peasants, hydration is just one of those annoyingly necessary things we accomplish with a $2.95 water bottle from the local grocery store. But in the age of Instagram fitness empires and activewear as fashion, such a humble little drinking container no longer does the job. Alas, we are now […]

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R.I.P. your back.

What’s the deal with these giant backpacks?

March 2, 2019

Say hello to 2019’s first terrible trend.Source:Supplied Ahhh 2018. You came with some truly miserable fashion trends. Eerily tiny fanny packs were worn on belts. Sunglasses too minuscule for your delicate irises were donned by the likes of Beyonce and Kendall Jenner. And let’s not forget Carmar’s ridiculously overpriced $223 “extreme cut-out jeans”, which literally […]

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The Amazonification of Healthcare

February 20, 2019

The Amazonification of Healthcare The digital age is no longer about just the product – it’s equally about the customer experience. In turn, businesses are competing on their ability to deliver quantifiable results to empowered consumers, who are: Informed Proactive Demanding Discerning Cost-conscious Naturally, empowered consumers have high expectations of the services and brands they […]

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11 amazing health benefits of cycling!

January 23, 2019

There are so many health reasons to get on your bike and start cycling – from slashing your risk of cancer and heart disease, to losing weight, boosting your immune system and toning your muscles. Cycling even has anti-ageing benefits, so there’s no reason to stay out of the saddle! 1. Cycling protects your joints […]

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Windstream inks $1 million per year, five-year employment pact with CEO; stock falls below $1 on credit downgrade

January 10, 2019

One week after a federal judge handed down a ruling that could push Windstream Holdings into default, the Little Rock telecom’s board of directors inked a new five-year employment deal with the company’s chief executive officer even as the rural carrier’s troubled shares enter penny stock territory. According to a federal Securities and Exchange Commission […]

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The jacket Melania Trump wore to visit children in a detention centre.

Melania Trump’s ridiculous outfit while planting trees

January 10, 2019

MELANIA Trump is no stranger to being mocked online for questionable wardrobe decisions. But this skirt and stiletto combo may well take the cake for her most inappropriate outfit yet. Stepping out to plant Eisenhower-era oak sapling in the White House grounds (for those playing at home, it’s a type of tree), the First Lady […]

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Behati Prinsloo Reveals She Had Postpartum Depression After Delivering Her First Baby

January 1, 2019

Behati Prinsloo‘s introduction to motherhood wasn’t without its emotional challenges. The 30-year-old model opened up to Net-A-Porter’s PORTER Edit for the magazine’s latest cover story, recalling a tough time after giving birth to her first child, daughter Dusty Rose, in September 2016. “After my first baby, I had a little postpartum depression and it was difficult to get […]

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How to prevent injuries at the gym

December 31, 2018

It’s easy to get carried away with a new fitness regime and end up over doing things, but over-training or working out without proper warm ups can lead to serious problems. As is so often the case, getting older makes things more likely to go wrong, with a survey from Ramsay Health Care UK revealing […]

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