A fantastic mix of a glossy lifestyle mag and helpful fitness and nutrition advice, Women’s Health magazine covers all the topics that matter to women looking to stay healthy. Editor-in-chief, Amy Keller Laird, penned a thoughtful essay on Tuesday announcing the retirement of the ‘shaming’ cover lines as part of the fitness magazine’s New Year resolutions, explaining that the decision was inspired by Women’s Health readers.
The editor noted that the magazine had stopped using words such as ‘shrink’ and ‘diet’ in 2015 at readers’ request, but a recent survey showed that Women’s Health fan’s also weren’t thrilled with taglines about achieving ‘bikini bodies’ or shrinking in size during unreasonable amounts of time.
Men’s Health teamed up with Chef’d , the gourmet meal-kit delivery service, to offer a selection of branded, a la carte meals and meal plan options under the direction of Men’s Health Food and Nutrition Editor Paul Kita, a James Beard Award-winning editor and author of the Guy Gourmet cookbook and popular blog of the same name.
Women’s Health Covers the Hamptons is a wellness weekend packed with morning runs on the beach, classes at the hottest fitness studios, and a chic A-List party celebrating the kickoff of RUN 10 FEED 10. The Next Fitness Star is the brand’s annual nationwide talent search for the next face of fitness (the winner stars in a popular Women’s Health-branded DVD series).
The Union Minister for Health and Family Welfare, Dr. Harsh Vardhan supported for raising taxes on tobacco products during an event organized by PHFI in collaboration with Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and WHO to commemorate World No Tobacco Day 2014 last week.