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Women’s Health, published by Hearst, is a magazine focusing on health, nutrition, fitness, sex, and lifestyle. It is published 10 times a year in the United States and has a circulation of 1.5 million readers. The magazine has 13 international editions spanning 25 countries and reaching more than 8 million readers globally.The magazine features multiple different sections, such as fitness, sex & love, food, weight loss, Eat This!, health, beauty and style.The magazine allows women an organized approach to keeping their lives on track and staying healthy. The Fitness section showcases how-to workouts with detailed moves so the reader can replicate the activities effectively. The fitness section also covers topics such as injury prevention, getting started with fitness, cardio, toning, and seasonal tips for working-out in certain conditions. The Sex & Love section covers topics including relationship advice, tips for better sex and an array of topics on women’s health. The Food section focuses on topics such as metabolism, organic foods, recipes, ways to boost energy and more. Weight Loss looks at a wide variety of topics that focus on anything from food to work-outs to sleep, in relation to losing weight. The Eat This! section, which teaches readers ways to substitute their current meals for healthy alternatives, is based on Rodale Inc.’s Eat This, Not That book series. This topic looks at the ingredients and nutritional values, so consumers can make healthy eating choices while. The Health section covers topics such as seasonal colds, women’s heart health, foods that benefit your health, energy boosting tips, eating disorders and more. The Beauty section covers topics such as skin health, hairstyles, make-up tips and affordable beauty products.Women’s Health features a celebrity each month that exudes the lifestyle of a healthy, active woman. Past Women’s Health cover models include Elisha Cuthbert, Ashley Greene, Anna Kournikova, Michelle Monaghan, Zoe Saldana and Elizabeth Banks.

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