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The power of makeup is most impressive in its ability to transform. After speaking to local makeup experts and scrolling through the perfectly curated pages of our favorite celebrities, fashion influencers and bloggers, we were inspired to get in... Read more

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Once reserved for England, the Summer Olympics or Ivy League schools, rowing, or “crew” as it is more commonly referred to in the U.S., is slowly gaining popularity in the region. Yet the Fort Worth Rowing Club has been quietly navigating the Tri... Read more

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Despite how many serums we apply, laser treatments we endure, fillers we have injected or green drinks we tip back, gravity eventually finds us all. Proven and popular wrinkle-fighters like Botox relax muscles and puts them in a state of paralys... Read more

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Imagine working on breathing exercises and challenging yoga poses while goats are cuddling you, jumping on you, and peeing on your mat (yes, that’s happened). But it’s all part of the experience. “You just kind of have to go with the flow,” says... Read more

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Fort Worth’s BCycle system expanded to 46 locations in June when a station opened at the Ella Mae Shamblee Branch Library. “The Rosedale and Evans Urban Village, and the library specifically, is a gathering place for the community, and we hope th... Read more

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| by Sarah Jane Grisham | It’s only fitting that the concept of Coffee Mug Shaving came to life early one morning. Around 4 a.m. two summers ago, Dean Fry woke up and scribbled down ideas about how he could share his two passions with the Fort W... Read more

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Needing to maintain peak physical condition while on deployment, Navy SEAL Squadron Commander, Randy Hetrick, used parachute webbing, a jujitsu belt and creativity to develop the initial version of TRX in 1997. By 2004 Hetrick officially launche... Read more

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Since its inception in the late 1970s, the IRONMAN triathlon has represented one of the most challenging and ambitious endurance racing events in the world. Competitors complete a 2.4-mile swim, 112-mile bike and 26.2 marathon distance run to ear... Read more

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Vaccinating 11- and 12-year-olds for the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) is a highly charged topic, especially when considering that the debate collides possible mandatory vaccination and teenage sexuality. While it may make perfect sense medically to... Read more

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Julie Vitek is a mom with bright red wheels. Late last year Vitek started her own fresh fruit stand at the Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center that would serve as a place where kids could grab a healthy and free after-school snack. The mar... Read more

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No matter the stage in life, it is imperative that women have a plan should a scary situation present itself. Whether walking across a college campus, jogging a secluded trail or crossing a mall parking lot on the way to their car, women shouldn’... Read more

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Elizabeth Samudio spent a lot of her life planting seeds, not just in her garden but in the lives of the people around her. It showed in the final years of her life, when the owner of the Elizabeth Anna Urban Farm & Market set out to put her gard... Read more

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  Locally based Ether Elixir released a Blackberry Cobbler flavor of its kefir juice drink last month, and it’s turning out to be all the rage. This holiday flavor, Blackberry Cobbler Formula No. 4, is made with organic Washington pear juice wit... Read more

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Aveda Shampure Dry Shampoo, $30 This non-aerosol powder absorbs any excess oil between washes and is great for reviving hair after a workout, while traveling or extending a great blow dry. Unlike other dry shampoos, Shampure leaves minimal resi... Read more

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For years men have had Viagra to treat impotence, but supposedly now women also have a way to enhance their sex lives. Addyi, released in 2015, is a non-hormonal prescription pill used to treat Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder (HSDD). HSDD is c... Read more

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, heightening our focus on prevention of the disease. According to the National Cancer Institute, more than 1.6 million new cases of cancer will be diagnosed in the U.S. in 2016. An estimated 600,000 people... Read more

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With September being both Prostate Cancer and Childhood Cancer Awareness month, the discussion about proton therapy couldn’t be timelier. Proton therapy is especially effective at treating these two types of cancer and is more precise than other ... Read more

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Medication can work quickly to drive “bad” cholesterol (low-density lipoproteins) way down, but the adverse side effects may not be worth it. cholesterol 1. a waxy substance produced and released into the bloodstream by cells in the liver. The... Read more

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While it normally would have been the powerful, razor-toothed jaws of a shark I’d be afraid of on a recent scuba-diving vacation to the Caribbean, I was instead fearful of a creature that could rest on the tip of my fingernail. Killing more human... Read more

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Multi-use trails should be enjoyable for walkers, runners, skaters, cyclists, and in Fort Worth, even horseback riders. With a skyrocketing population and increased popularity in trail use, the result is an often-congested pathway. Hitting the tr... Read more

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