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He turned his life around, now he helps his community thrive! • At an early age, Tyrique Glasgow was caught up in a life of drugs, guns and violence and he led other neighborhood youths down the same path. Today, the 40-year-old is still a leader in his neighborhood—but these days, he instead inspires kids to follow him into a life of hope, service and opportunity!
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Wow in bright jewel tones! • Vibrant blue and pink sapphire, rich emerald and electrifying amethyst all add dazzle and elegance to your everyday fall ensemble
Nail a jewel-tone mani! • How-to courtesy of Instagram’s @HannahRoxIt
Herbal cures for late-summer beauty bothers • Applied topically, these fresh-picked gems repair the damage the season’s elements cause to skin and hair for a young, radiant you, fast!
Feel great and protect your skin year-round with herb-infused sunscreen!
Key to slim, strong and energized • Wouldn’t you love to burn fat, build muscle and have energy to spare? You can!—just by optimizing your body’s levels of DHEA. “DHEA has been dubbed the ‘master hormone’ because it’s the most abundant hormone in the body, and it’s used to produce other hormones that enhance mood and metabolism,” notes Fred Pescatore, MD. Plus, research suggests lifting DHEA boosts energy by 50%. And while levels of the hormone dip by up to 70% between our 20s and 50s, these tips make it easy to correct a shortfall
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Reverse autumn hair loss—naturally! • As fall nears, hair shedding as much as doubles, say U.K. scientists. Hair quietly goes into a ‘resting’ phase during summer. Then when temperatures cool, follicles interpret the change as a signal to shift into a ‘shedding’ phase. Luckily, these tips help stop seasonal shedding
Swaps that slash diabetes risk • You know it’s important to ward off type 2 diabetes (high blood sugar caused by insulin resistance + inadequate insulin production). Risk of the condition, which can lead to heart trouble and kidney disease, increases by up to sixfold between ages 44 and 65. Here’s how you can sidestep trouble altogether
Bye-bye, brain blips! • More than 60% of us are bothered by blips in thinking after age 50, finds Baylor University research. Luckily, these tricks help in a big way!
Sunflower secret to younger! • The bloom is loaded with age-defying nutrients that help you look flawless fast
Hobbies that make you healthy! • More of us are carving out time for leisure activities. Now, research shows popular hobbies have extra health-boosting perks!
“This simple method helped me beat burnout!” • When Rebecca Maher started feeling so overwhelmed by her job that she found herself mentally and physically exhausted, she considered retiring…until a simple practice changed everything!
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She lost 97 lbs at age 71! • Fiery pain jolted Emily Piaseczny awake. Here we go again, she thought, glancing at the bedside clock. It was 2:20 am. These days, her bad hip woke her constantly. And as she tried to get comfortable, she’d inevitably wake her husband, Fred. It wasn’t healthy for either of them. Yet at age 69 and 248 pounds, she’d been warned by doctors that hip replacement was risky. So she’d put it off, her world growing ever smaller. She could no...