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    The July issue is our Makeover Special! Be inspired by the weight-loss successes of The Biggest Loser’s Kayen Lazaro and Osie Nebreja, who entered the reality TV show simply wanting to lose weight but ended up gaining whole new (healthier!) lives.
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    Jumpstart your best body today with this month’s best foods special. Women’s Health shares over 100 of the best packaged foods for women, sourced from leading supermarkets, specialty stores, and delivery services.
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Too Much Adolescent Drinking May Increase Breast Cancer Risk in the Future

Researchers recommend having less than one serving of alcohol a day in order to reduce your chances of developing breast cancer.  
Sep 10, 2013

Additional Protein May Protect You from Muscle Loss

Try not to shun meat so much when you’re exercising and dieting, as researchers say that protein may save you from losing your muscle mass. 
Sep 09, 2013

Pollutants in Your Food May Have Long-Term Negative Health Effects

Researchers believe that the cocktail of pollutants in your food may eventually cause insulin and hormone imbalances. 
Sep 09, 2013

Light Drinking May Lower Depression Risk, Says Study

A glass of wine every day may just be what you need to lift your spirits. 
Sep 08, 2013

Eating Whole Fruits May Be Better than Juicing Them, Says Study.

Experts recommend eating whole fruits such as as apples, grapes, and blueberries for healthier sugar levels. 
Sep 07, 2013

Exercising Once a Week Found to Be Sufficient for Older Women

The right combination of resistance and aerobic exercise training may help women improve their overall fitness and quality of life. 
Sep 06, 2013

Bouts of High-Intensity Physical Activity May Help You Lose Weight

A new study reveals that exercise isn't only about duration but also intensity. 
Sep 05, 2013

Eating Broccoli May Help Protect You from Osteoarthritis

Compounds in broccoli and other cruciferous vegetables have been found to prevent the development of painful join conditions 
Sep 04, 2013

Excessive Iron from Red Meat May Increase Alzheimer's Disease Risk

Researchers reveal another culprit behind age-related dementia. 
Sep 04, 2013

Moderate Exercise May Benefit Individuals with Kidney Problems

Researchers reveal that a mix of physical activity and lifestyle changes may lower the risk of premature death among those with chronic kidney disease. 
Sep 03, 2013
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