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    What Are Ovarian Cysts, And Do I Need to Get Them Treated?

    Ovarian health isn’t something to start worrying about only when you’re thinking about having babies. Our ovaries play a primary role in fertilization. They produce eggs and hormones that regulate our menstrual cycle. But they can also be sources of pain—and even death—if they aren’t functioning properly. As young women,

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    5​ Things Emotionally Healthy People Don’t Do​

    We often hear about the dos and don’ts of taking care of our physical health. But what about our emotional side? This kind of well-being is more than just being in a good mood. It focuses on how we approach life on a day-to-day basis. Like most facets of well-being, emotional health

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    Our Bad Financial Habits and How We’re Going to Break Them

    We’re all guilty of spending money on completely unnecessary things. (And if you live in a city like New York or L.A., chances are you know what it’s like to burn a hole in your pocket!) But this year, we at Verily have resolved to kick those bad buying habits to

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    Workouts That Help You Get Fit While You Watch TV

    Sometimes the best day is one spent at home lounging in pajamas. Let’s face it, in the wintertime most weekends feature a heavy dose of “staying in” and not a whole lot of gettin’ fit. Luckily, you don’t need a pricey gym membership to work on strengthening your muscles and staying limber—you

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    7 Natural Ways to Boost Your Mood Every Morning

    We all have those mornings: Waking to your alarm, groggily squinting at the time, wishing you could stay nestled in bed. Your grumpiness mounts as you rush to get ready for the day. Tripping over your shoes and floundering for your purse, every mishap aggravates you more. Even morning people struggle to stay

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    Our Editors Get Expert Advice To Reach Their Fitness Goals

    Ah, resolutions. There’s something nice about having designated moments to take stock of our lives and where we’re heading—that’s probably the best light in which we can view a New Year’s resolution. But far too often January 1 also brings an onslaught of “new year, new you,” jargon, and that

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    Top Foods That Promote Healthy, Glowing Skin

    This article is brought to you by one of our publishing partners, Lookbooker. They’re a cool NYC-based startup that lets you book salon appointments online—kind of like OpenTable for haircuts (and highlights, facials, and everything else you like to do to feel pretty). Check them out at lookbooker.co. Winter weather

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    Expert Tips to Help You Catch Up On Missed Sleep

    When was the last time you consistently got the recommended 7 to 8 hours of sleep per night? With the fast-paced schedule of life, it can be all too easy to skimp on much-needed rest. However, over time a lack of sleep can catch up with you and result in what is

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    How to Prepare for Life As a Work-At-Home Mom

    Growing up, I often considered what kind of career I would pursue. Would I be a teacher? An architect? A writer? Along with a career, I also knew that I wanted to get married and have children. Although I was quite happy that my mother chose to stay home with

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    Learning (the Hard Way) What It Really Means to Love Your Job

    Originally published on Career Contessa, written by Ryan Burch I moved to Los Angeles at 23 with no job, no friends, and scattered work experience. I remember being so desperate to get my foot in the door anywhere. I wanted so badly to have a salaried job and as shallow as