International women's running charity set to take off in Palmerston North

PAUL MITCHELL Last updated 22:09, February 12 2018 WARWICK SMITH/STUFF Palmerston North trainer Kate Southern is keen to share the mental and physical benefits of running. One of the first New Zealand branches of an international women’s fitness charity is hoping to hit the ground running in Palmerston North. Women’s running charity 261 Fearless, founded by… Read More

Heart-healthy event for women draws big crowd in Pottsville

Article Tools JACQUELINE DORMER / STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER Sandy Sippel, co-chairwomen of the Little Red Dress event, left, presents a bouquet of roses to Anne Marie Crowne, director of special cardiac programs Lehigh Valley Health Network, during the annual Little Red Dress event at the Ramada in Pottsville on Sunday, February 11, 2018. The event is… Read More

The Black Beauty Guide: How To Treat Pigmentation On Dark Skin – Elle UK Magazine

When we talk about our skincare concerns, acne flare-ups, period pimples and wrinkles often steal the spotlight. In fact, we sometimes become so engrossed in beating blemishes and fine lines that we overlook hyper pigmentation and dark spots which can be equally frustrating when it comes to achieving that flawless Insta-ready complexion. Unlike most types… Read More

This 30 Minute Hack Will Help You Stay Organised For The Entire Week

Entrepreneur and author Lorraine Murphy has been there. Now she’s written a book sharing the strategies she’s learned to get on top of it all (plus reduce stress and reach your goals) by getting organised. Remarkably organised. Women’s Health chatted to the mum-of-one and master planner to get her top tips on getting sh*t done.… Read More

Scientists Have Found A Surprising Connection Between Depression And Acne

Whether it’s an occasional spot or unrelenting breakouts, anyone who has ever struggled with skin problems would agree that acne can be a serious downer. And a new study published earlier this week in the British Journal of Dermatology backs this up with science.   Researchers followed 130,000 people with acne and 1.7 million without,… Read More

Government nutrition rations and industry support crucial in tackling TB in India: NGO founder

Indian media recently reported that in light of over 17,000 new TB cases annually in the southern Indian state of Telangana — 6,000 new cases in its capital Hyderabad alone — finance minister Arun Jaitley had allocated a total of US$90m under the Union budget to help fight the disease. However, the monthly allocation of… Read More

Legislation Protecting Unborn Children is Justified – Albany Student Press

Matthew Noyes Last week, the Senate rejected the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act after having passed the House. The bill would make it illegal for someone to perform an abortion on a fetus that is 20 weeks old or older. It would effectively outlaw abortion past 20 weeks as a form of birth control- aka:… Read More