Secrets for a Streamlined Routine: How to Look Flawless in Seconds

Secrets for a Streamlined Routine: How to Look Flawless in Seconds

This article provides beauty tips from award winning actress Connie Britton, who shares her must-have multi-tasking beauty solution.

Look Your Best: Feel The Difference of a Great Hair Day, Every Day

Look Your Best: Feel The Difference of a Great Hair Day, Every Day

Today, women experience a number of harsh conditions that can harm their hair’s health. This article provides three easy hair care tips from celebrity hair stylist, Mark Townsend, for women to feel the difference of beautiful-looking hair every day.

Guyology: Tips for Men to Look and Feel Their Best All Summer Long

Guyology: Tips for Men to Look and Feel Their Best All Summer Long

Summertime makes for special challenges for men to keep their skin, hair, and scalp healthy. This article provides helpful summertime tips from two experts, Dr. Francesca Fusco, a leading dermatologist who specializes in scalp and hair care, and celebrity stylist Jen Atkin.

Simple Advice on How to Get Rid of of Breaking Ends

Simple Advice on How to Get Rid of of Breaking Ends

October 17, 2012 by andreas91  
Published in Hair

This article shows the information regarding breaking ends and how to get rid of it.

Domestic Violence Awareness Events in Colorado Springs

Domestic Violence Awareness Events in Colorado Springs

October 3, 2011 by aptsjaime  
Published in Women

Startlingly, one in four women has experienced domestic violence in her lifetime, either of a loved one or from someone else. In Colorado Springs, residents of the city and the surrounding area are fighting back by attending domestic violence awareness events. The theme this year, “Colorado Men Making a Difference,” explores a different role in the domestic violence big picture – the role of men in preventing or reporting incidents around them.

Battered Women

Battered Women

October 3, 2011 by erwinkennythomas  
Published in Women

Battered women face many challenges, but it is essential that they recognize that they are being abused and seek help.

Breast Cancer Events in Cincinnati

Breast Cancer Events in Cincinnati

September 15, 2011 by aptsjaime  
Published in Trends

As the second-most common cancer for women (behind skin cancer), breast cancer is a threat to our mothers, aunts, sisters, grandmothers and girlfriends. According to The American Cancer Society, more than 192,000 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year, and about 41,000 will die. However, the mortality rate could decrease by 30 percent if all women 50 and older had a mammogram each year. This kind of education is crucial in fighting against breast cancer, and the Komen Greater Cincinnati organization certainly plays its part in hosting multiple, fun-filled events each year around October, or Breast Cancer Awareness Month, to further aid in research and information.

Men Shouldn’t Feel Uncomfortable About Talkign About Domestic Violence

Men Shouldn’t Feel Uncomfortable About Talkign About Domestic Violence

September 9, 2011 by crherman  
Published in Women

Many men feel uncomfortable about talking about domestic violence. If they do, then they see that there is a certain nugget of acceptance to this. How should men feel?

How Men Can Help Prevent Domestic Violence

How Men Can Help Prevent Domestic Violence

September 9, 2011 by crherman  
Published in Women

Stopping domestic violence has become a "woman’s issue". This is plain not acceptable. So, here are 10 things every man can do to help prevent domestic violence.

Red Flags of an Abusive Relationship

Red Flags of an Abusive Relationship

May 16, 2011 by crherman  
Published in Women

A relationship is suppose to make you happy, invigorated, elated and make you feel supported. When a relationship doesn’t do this, you’re in a bad relationship. Here are sign that thsi relationship could harm you.

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