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Gift Guide 2015: Cozy, Stylish Slippers For Women

Gift Guide 2015: Cozy, Stylish Slippers For Women
Shoe lovers know the value of the perfect pair of fuzzy, warm slippers to wear at the end of a long day in some of our less practical styles. Let's be honest, curling up in front of the Christmas tree with a cup of hot chocolate in a pair of sky-high …
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Stilettos, sandals and slippers: Nordstrom bankrolls startup that helps women
The Los Angeles-based startup, which today is announcing $ 15.5 million in funding, helps women customize and design their own shoes. The investment follows an agreement earlier this year in which Shoes of Prey set up physical design studios inside six …
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Balancing Act: 15 women I loved getting to know in 2015
I interviewed a ridiculous number of inspiring women in 2015. Women who gave me perspective. Women who gave me hope. Women who are changing the world for the better, for all of us. Here are 15, in no particular order, who stood out in a humbling …
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Come and Haunt Me, I Surrender: A Letter to Depression
Depression, you put contours in the landscape of my years. I embrace the decade I spent medicating you, when I was robbed of drive, creativity and spark, plagued with side effects and troubled sleep. Nicely played. I have replaced the weapons of …
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Targeting Depression May Help Improve Psychosocial Symptoms in MS
Depressive symptoms were evaluated based on the Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale (CES-D) and Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9), and fatigue was measured using the Fatigue Severity Scale (FSS) and Global Fatigue Index of the …
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Pregnant Women on Antidepressants More Likely to Have Child With Autism
What the study cannot show is why there was a higher risk in some women. Women who continue to take antidepressants during pregnancy may be more severely depressed than women who do not take them, and that itself may change their child's risk.
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