Benefit Is Celebrating 20 Years of Hoola Bronzer With a Sparkly, Limited-Edition Upgrade

All products featured on Allure are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. If there's a long-term makeup wearer who hasn't tried Benefit Cosmetics's Hoola Bronzer at least once in their life, I certainly haven't met them yet. I can recall with alarming clarity the very first […]

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Benefit Is Celebrating 20 Years of Hoola Bronzer With a Sparkly, Limited-Edition Upgrade

All products featured on Allure are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. If there's a long-term makeup wearer who hasn't tried Benefit Cosmetics's Hoola Bronzer at least once in their life, I certainly haven't met them yet. I can recall with alarming clarity the very first […]

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A Mom of 6 Explains Why She’s In a ‘Vulnerable State’ After Getting Potentially Cancerous Moles Removed From Her Face

Rachel Bennett's moles were a part of who she was. "They were like my birthmark, my trademark, something that made me significantly different looking than other people, and I absolutely loved them," she tells Health. So in late January, when the 38-year-old social media influencer and mother of six got the moles on her face removed so that they could […]

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Study suggests wearing a face mask during intense exercise is safe for healthy people

Wearing a protective face mask has only a modest effect on the ability of healthy people to do vigorous exercise, according to a study published today in the European Respiratory Journal. Researchers carried out detailed testing on breathing, heart activity and exercise performance in a group of 12 people while they were using an exercise bike with and without a […]

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Latinos face barriers like fear, language in getting vaccine – The Denver Post

By Gisela Salomon, Claudia Torrens and Anita Snow, The Associated Press HIALEAH, Fla. — Rigoberto Montesinos, a veteran of the Bay of Pigs invasion in Cuba, was so worried about side effects from the COVID-19 vaccine that he initially wasn’t going to get it, relenting only when two friends died from the disease. But when he finally decided to get […]

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Livestock workers face high MRSA risk

For Michigan State University’s Felicia Wu, the surprise isn’t that people who work with livestock are at higher risk of picking up antibiotic-resistant bacteria, but instead how much higher their risk levels are. “This is a bit of a wakeup call,” said Wu, John. A Hannah Distinguished Professor in the Departments of Food Science and Human Nutrition and Agricultural, Food […]

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Italian hospitals face breaking point in fall virus surge

Dr. Luca Cabrini was certain his hospital in the heart of Lombardy’s lake district would reach its breaking point caring for 300 COVID-19 patients. So far, virus patients fill 500 beds and counting. Italy, which shocked the world and itself when hospitals in the wealthy north were overwhelmed with coronavirus cases last spring, is again facing a systemic crisis, as […]

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Colorado school bus staff face COVID-19 outbreaks

Besides students and teachers, another group of school employees are getting sick with COVID: bus staff. At least six Colorado school districts have reported outbreaks of COVID among transportation employees, and some of the outbreaks are larger than those reported in most schools. While the trend hasn’t prompted a change of safety guidelines, it complicates the challenge of providing busing […]

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