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These tips on walking can hugely impact your posture and balance

Discover a way to walk that improves more than just your physical health
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Even the best skincare creams won’t help your complexion if you don’t get this one thing right

Find out the secret that will keep your skin looking young and radiant
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10 widely held misconceptions about skincare

From acne to skincare regimes and beauty products to diet, get your facts right about caring for your skin
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Steps to revive your dry and damaged hair

A dermatologist tells you what to do and what to avoid to transform your dry, damaged hair into a crowning glory
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Vital exercises for those with limited mobility

Don’t let limited mobility become an excuse for not exercising. It could, in fact, help you to get back in action

You will love these 10 handy tips to help you manage your hair

Women know that long hair is not easy to manage. But Patry Jordan has discovered some creative ways to help you with your hair
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How to pollution-proof your skin and hair

You don’t have to move to the country side to protect your skin and hair from the perils of pollution. Just follow this simple tips to the T.
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Avoid these 10 common makeup blunders

Makeup and beauty blogger Shreya shares the top mistakes that even expert makeup users make and tells you how to avoid them
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Are you a gym enthusiast? You should know about these workout injuries

Common sense can prevent most workout injuries, says an orthopaedist and sports medicine surgeon
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Model and fitness expert shows how sitting on chairs is destroying our health

No matter how comfortable or ergonomically designed your chair is, you are just not designed to sit on them, says Roger Frampton