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  1. The Good Wife's Christine Baranski Talks About Good Living

    Christine Baranski, 57, has had a long and successful acting career on the stage (including The Real Thing, Nick and Nora, Sweeny Todd, and Mame) and on TV (Cybil, Frasier, and The Ghost Whisperer) as well as in a number of movies (including 9 ½ Weeks, Chicago, and Mamma Mia!). Recently she talked t

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  2. In One Year, Out the Other

    Here's a New Year's resolution anyone can keep: Resolve not to make any more New Year's resolutions. Now, wasn't that easy? If you're trying to pay down your credit cards, quit smoking, get a new job, find a mate, or shed some excess poundage, abandoning New Year's resolutions won't get you off the

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  3. Why We Cry: The Truth About Tearing Up

    It starts with a quivering lip. Or maybe blinking faster and faster to keep the wetness from escaping. Before you know it, you're getting teary -- again. You may be one of those people who cry at the drop of a hat -- not to mention weddings, birthday parties, your kids' school plays, and the humane

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  4. Believe It or Not -- Computer Games Can Be Healthy

    Cynthia Whitehead is a word person. A lawyer who drafts environmental and development legislation, the 60-year-old from Oakland, Calif. regularly taxes her left hemisphere -- the side of the brain responsible in most people for language and analysis. So when her stress level goes up, she turns to Be

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  5. Cloris Leachman's Latest Chapter

    The winner of nine Emmy Awards and one Academy Award, actress and comedienne Cloris Leachman has charmed American audiences for more than 60 years. This past year, she pushed her creative powers even further when she both competed as the oldest contestant on Dancing with the Stars and published her

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  6. Clear Clutter Out of Your House -- and Relax

    The mind is a terrible thing to clutter. But when you have a cluttered home, it’s hard to de-stress and decompress. “Think about it,” says Lisa Jacobs, a certified home organizer and the founder of Imagine It Done, a lifestyle consultancy in Roslyn, N.Y. “When you get up in the morning, if you have

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  7. Are You Secretly in a Rut

    Ever feel like you're so focused on taking care of everyone that you don't know who's running the show anymore? Well, then, no matter how smoothly things are going, you could be in a rut.

  8. Rev Up Your Energy

    Imagine your body as a sleek sports car. If you put premium gasoline in the tank, you would expect it to drive beautifully. Yet what would happen if you left the headlights on all night? Never let the engine run more than once a month or two? Didn't change your oil? Surely, the four-wheeled machine

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  9. Jimmy Fallon Has a New Show and a New Health Regimen

    Jimmy Fallon, Saturday Night Live alum and newly minted Late Night sensation, was once famed for something other than funny one-liners -- at least among a group of New York City firefighters. "I was hungover every Sunday," Fallon recently admitted, the inevitable result of post-taping SNL parties th

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  10. Kristen Bell Talks About Acting, Health Advice, and the Children of Uganda

    Actress Kristen Bell, best known for her role in Veronica Mars from 2004 to 2007, as well as the title role in Forgetting Sarah Marshall and the narrator of Gossip Girl, also has a passion: helping the children of Northern Uganda. She talked to WebMD the Magazine recently about her acting, her advoc

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