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How to look fab at 40!

We might not all have as much time and money to devote to looking perfect as these celebs do, but we can give you some tips to look your best. Here rubybox advises on how to stay young.

What to eat for strong nails

Even the best manicure can't hide dry, brittle, and unhealthy nails. Help nails become strong and healthy by incorporating the right kinds of foods into your diet. From good-for-you produce to lean protein, you're just a few meals away from having the prettiest paws on the block!

10 minute flat-belly workout

It's true: you can work your way to a six-pack in just nine moves! Celebrity trainer Ashley Borden takes us through some of her favorite exercises for achieving tight, toned abs — you'll never look at plank the same way again! Get ready to warm up the body, give it a great stretch, and feel your midsection burn in this 10-minute workout.

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10 beauty myths busted

When it comes to beauty products, there’s a lot of misinformation. Cosmetics Cop, Paula Begoun, busts ten common beauty myths.

5 body trouble spots

Belly, thighs, booty or hips, we all have that one body spot where excess fat goes directly to. Here are five body trouble spots what it says about your health and how you can keep it in shape.

10 medical myths

Much of our medical 'knowledge' is based on hearsay. Somewhere we pick up what we think are facts and it settles somewhere in our brains as acquired knowledge. But are these things true?

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