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Acne, Financial Wellness and Strong Bones: Top Shares this Week

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A wide array of stories were shared in EmpowHER's community this week. Women talked about osteoporosis, homemade scrubs and financial wellness. Do you have a health story that you would like to share? Post your blog post to our community so that other women can read and reflect on your personal experiences and stories.

Here are some of our top blog posts in the EmpowHER community this week.

Tips to Strengthen Bones

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From the blog: “Osteoporosis is becoming common in US especially in women. According to a survey near about 10 million American ladies has been affected with this bones’ disease and 34 million have the threat to be affected as well. However, with simple precautions we can keep away ourselves from Osteoporosis."

Homemade Recipe for a Stellar Natural Facial Scrub

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From the blog: “There is an assortment of facial scrubs available on the market made for every skin type. The highest quality ones feature all-natural ingredients like nut oils, ground walnut shells and essential oils. However, while these scrubs may be very effective, their cost can be off-putting to most people. Not everyone is willing or able to spend tens of dollars of their hard-earned money just to exfoliate their skin with a quality product. Fortunately, it's quick and simple to create your own natural facial scrub at home for a fraction of the cost. "

On the Road to Financial Wellness—New Study Spotlights the Need to Lessen Financial Stress

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From the blog: "After spending more than forty hours of work each week with your colleagues, it’s possible to develop a close (but platonic) relationship with one or more of your co-workers. A “work spouse” is a phrase often used to refer to a co-worker, usually of the opposite sex, with whom one shares a special relationship or has a bond similar to those of a marriage. Similar to a “work spouse,” there is the “work best friend” with the same or opposite sex of someone they confide in on personal matters outside of work."

How To Get Rid of J-acne (Jawline Acne)? - What Is Simplest?

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From the blog: "There are many types of acne that are prevalent in the life of a human. However, the one type of acne, which is the easiest to miss and not to miss on purpose is no other than the one that affects the jawline. Nonetheless, even though we may miss it, those who look at us can easily observe it more so than we can. This is what makes jacne or jawline acne unattractive. It is still acne, no matter what, and something that does need to taken care of overall. It shouldn't be ignored. Because with time, it will only get worse, and no one wants that on their face or on their conscious mind. "

Is it possible to drop the limitations of aging?

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From the blog: :"Agnes Zhelesnik bends over to tie an apron on a 5-year old girl in the home economics class she teaches at the Sundance School in North Plainfield, NJ. Preschoolers through fifth graders, who affectionately call her “Granny,” learn from her how to cook and sew. “I just love it here,” says 102-year-old Agnes, believed to be the oldest active teacher in the US.”

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