The 5 Biggest Beauty Moments At New York Fashion Week Fall 2014 (VIDEO)

New York Fashion Week has come and gone, and if it seems like one big blur to you, we’re here with a refresher on the biggest beauty moments. From the boyish brows trend at Costello Tagliapietra and Richard Chai, to the villain nail art at The Blonds, there was a lot to take in on the runways. For the record: burgundy lipstick is so outdated. It’s all about matte midnight blue lips. And we also recommend taking a cue from the beauty pros backstage at Mara Hoffman, Suno and Naeem…

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How To Help Your Baby Ease Into Daylight Saving Time

PSA: This coming Sunday, March 11, marks the start of Daylight Saving Time. While parents may look forward to being awake for more daylight hours, “springing forward” and losing an hour of sleep can lead to some very cranky babies. But this doesn’t have to be their fate. Here are five tips to help parents ease the transition into Daylight Saving Time: 1. Gradually adjust babies’ sleep schedules. To make the time change more seamless for little ones, family sleep consultant Angelique Millette told The Bump she recommends making incremental adjustments to…

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Weight loss My 600 lb Life shows morbidly obese Tamy Lyn lose 17 stone after gastric op | Diets | Life & Style

Tamy Lyn Murrell, 45, from Covington in Kentucky, started overeating as a child after witnessing her father’s sudden death from a heart attack. But after reaching 42 stone 8lbs, Tamy appeared on ‘My 600lb Life’ in a bid to lose the weight. Folds of skin on her stomach nearly reached the floor – and Dr Younan Nowzaradan promised to remove them if she lost weight. The mum-of-one was put on an immediate 1,600 calorie a day diet, and lost 12 stone 7lbs on her own. She then underwent gastric sleeve…

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8 Ways To Support Someone Dealing With A Health Crisis

When someone you love falls ill, gets in an accident or receives a scary health diagnosis, it’s never easy. In fact, it may be the hardest thing you’ll ever have to face. Unfortunately, it’s also inevitable that we’ll all deal with this kind of situation in life. “You may feel shocked, scared, concerned or uncertain on behalf of your loved one,” said Anne Moyer, an associate professor of psychology at Stony Brook University. Whatever you’re feeling is okay. Any sort of health crisis signals a huge change in your life,…

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