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6 Women Share The Many Beautiful Ways To #AgeWisely

The Huffington Post | Taylor Pittman | Posted 03.02.2016 | Fifty

A beauty company's ad about aging refreshingly takes the focus off makeup and appearance and puts the spotlight on genuine wisdom from women. For its ...

3 Easy Hairstyles To Refresh An Old Blowout

The Huffington Post | Dana Oliver | Posted 07.27.2015 | Style

Few things are better than a fresh, bouncy blowout. We feel "brand new" every time our stylist wields the round brush, curling iron and hairspray to a...

Neotensil: A Pricey Quick Fix for Under-Eye Bags

Marta Wohrle | Posted 07.02.2014 | Style
Marta Wohrle

I'm not a quick-fix person when it comes to beauty. I know that eye bags and wrinkles that took years to develop cannot be treated in a few hours.

Cher's Single Leaks, Angering Singer

The Huffington Post | Treye Green | Posted 10.22.2012 | Entertainment

A Michigan club got its hands on Cher's new single "Woman's World" and she isn't pleased about it. The singer took to Twitter this weekend to shar...

Virgin Hair In A Bottle?

Stylelist/The Huffington Post | Dana Oliver | Posted 10.11.2012 | Style

Living Proof Restore Line. Courtesy Photo When I decided to stop chemically straightening my hair over 10 years ago, I thought I'd be closer to r...

Share the Proof

Melinda Gates | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Melinda Gates

Aid is having a huge impact in poor countries, and it's an impact that will build on itself for generations. Bill and I often think if everybody could see the living proof of progress that is being made, they would be as optimistic as we are.

Why We Tell Success Stories (VIDEO)

Melinda Gates | Posted 05.25.2011 | Impact
Melinda Gates

When Bill and I travel, we have been deeply touched by stories of lives changed for the better. Sharing stories is one of the most important things we can do to inspire governments and individuals to support investing in development aid.

Am I Slowly Giving Myself a Heart Attack?

Leslie Goldman | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Leslie Goldman

Our gender may not believe we're as vulnerable as our male counterparts, but we account for nearly half of all heart attack deaths.