When asked to describe her career, the 30-year- old blogger turned Instagram star turned YouTube star says, “Right now, I’m a body-positive activist, Muslim feminist influencer, and a writer.”
While it may seem obvious that sunscreen with a higher SPF would protect against skin cancer, the study’s lead author said past research produced conflicting results, in part because many sunscreen users don’t apply sunscreens properly.
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L’Oreal, is encouraging celebs to share information about their passions, their work, and anything they believe is #WorthSaying, with a new campaign launching in time for the Golden Globes.
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin support the Polished Man Campaign. (Photo: Instagram) We all know some men love a good mani/pedi, but now men are actually painting their nails in support of Australian non-profit YGAP’s latest campaign, #PolishedMan. The movement aims to “support the 1 in 5 children globally who suffer from violence.” Previously the organization has focused primarily on alleviating poverty around the world.
The 28-year-old Londoner, who plays menacing, white-haired Daenerys Targaryen, aka Khaleesi, aka Mother of Dragons on “Game of Thrones,” is Esquire’s Sexiest Woman Alive. The magazine made the announcement early Tuesday, but GQ got there first, anointing Clarke Woman of the Year in September. In addition to her high-profile role on the massively popular HBO series, Clarke was Sarah Connor in the summer movie hit Terminator: Genisys. She can be queen, but also kid sister, killer or girl next door, writes Benjamin Markovits in the Esquire story accompanying Clarke’s nude cover, belly down with bedsheet strategically placed.
Photo: Reuters There isn’t much that Cara Delevingne keeps to herself — in fact, she’s built an entire brand based on oversharing. “And I wish at that time I realized other people go through it, that I can talk to other people, that you’re not alone, you’re not an alien.” Her message to her fans, she asserted, has always been to accept yourself no matter what, to love yourself, and to embrace your flaws.
Getting enough z’s is critical for cognitive and mental functions, explained Meir Kryger, MD, a professor of medicine at the Yale School of Medicine and author of The iGuide to Sleep. Moreover, chronic sleep deprivation has been linked to hypertension, cardiovascular disease and even premature death.
Photo by Morrison Health By Molly Gallagher for Well+Good Sneezing everywhere, sugar cravings, and can’t get a good night’s sleep? This fun little set of issues might mean a detox is in the cards for you this fall, says Jeffrey Morrison, MD, an integrative physician in New York City and author of Cleanse Your Body, Clear Your Mind, who can spot someone who needs a detox from a mile away. 1. Allergies If it feels like every year your seasonal allergies are getting worse, especially going into fall, it’s not just because the pollen is getting worse, says Dr. Morrison. “We find when people do a detox, their allergy symptoms get much better.” Short-term remedy: Dr. Morrison suggests local bee pollen to help alleviate allergies.