Women

Sephora has recently launched a campaign called “Beauty ReWritten”. It seeks to spark conversation around preconceived notions of beauty, breaking barriers and redefining what success means to women. The main aim is to celebrate the diversity of beauty beyond what meets the eye and also to demonstrate that beauty should be celebrated beyond face value
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Some highlights and the lows from the 61st Annual Grammy Awards Women First After last year’s Grammys relegated women performers to a background role, the first 40 minutes of the broadcast were filled with an array of strong female voices: Camila Cabello, Alicia Keys, Lady Gaga, Dolly Parton and a real rock star – Michelle Obama
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Research suggests that, in addition to some common causes of migraines, the result of fluctuating oestrogen levels can trigger migraines in women more often. People often like to say, “‘Such-and-such’ illness doesn’t discriminate.” But in the case of migraines, the condition appears to do exactly that, according to experts from several research institutes. Numbers from the
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Managing director of communications and marketing firm, Edelman Malaysia, Mazuin Zin was recognised last year as a leader who “inspires women” within her organisation. Mazuin is the first Malaysian woman from the communications industry to get on the Financial Times’ HERoes list that champions women in business. It’s an honour that Mazuin attributes to the
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A new integrated technology-driven screening approach will enable women to get tested for cervical cancer in the comfort of their own homes – a pioneering effort to detect cervical cancer in its early stages. ROSE (Removing Obstacles to Cervical Screening), the world’s first cervical screening programme featuring self-sampling by women themselves, is a human papilloma
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