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Yoga in Action

How Pilates Can Help Relieve Stress

Hello 2019! Whatever your New Year goals and resolutions may be, I bet we can all agree that relieving unwanted stress ranks at the top of the list. In our super charged and fast paced lifestyles these days, chronic stress spawns numerous mental and physical health problems.

Articles

Torrie Wilson: An Athlete, Model, Entertainer, Entrepreneur, Health Coach & Soul Nurturer

Considered as one of the greatest Diva's of all times, who worked with WWE for nine successful years, Torrie Wilson is an athlete, model, entertainer, entrepreneur, health coach and soul nurturer, just the way she likes to call herself...

Women Beauty

Top 10 Hairstyle Options For Christmas Party

A gorgeous hairstyle needn't mean hours of effort, these semi-simple styles have all the wow factor without the fuss. Short or long, thick or fine, these looks will provide inspiration for your festivities...

Fitness for Models

What Every Gym Babe Needs In Her Bag

Always on the go and still want to look great! Now there are no excuses not to. The necessities below are my gym bag "must haves". They make my life super easy and I always feel my best. I am sure you will love them too!..

Obesity Center

Top 10 Questions With Personal Trainer Nikki Walter

Nikki Walter's life hasn't been short on hardships: Her father died when she was a teenager and she lost her 35-year- old husband to leukemia. But every challenge she faced only made her want to be stronger. She decided to turn her life around using her love for fitness and healthy living and is a six-time NPC first-place bikini athlete.

Building Strength

10 Fun & Easy Healthy Christmas Treats

Now with the Christmas season falling upon us, we all know that we are definitely going to indulge in some super-awesome Christmas treats, and therefore Women Fitness brings to you some fun, yet healthy options to indulge on this Christmas!

Fertility & Pregnancy

Preeclampsia: A Common Pregnancy Complication

Preeclampsia, also known as toxemia is a disease characterized by the gradual development of high blood pressure (over 140/90) that is often accompanied by protein excretion in the urine and excessive swelling of legs, hands, and face. It only occurs during the last half of pregnancy or in the first few days postpartum and always resolves within a few days to weeks after delivery of the baby. It may be mild or severe.

Women Health Concern

National Birth Defects Prevention Month

Not all birth defects can be prevented. But you can increase your chances of having a healthy baby by managing health conditions and by adopting healthy behaviors before and during pregnancy. Taking care of yourself and doing what's best for you is also best for your baby!