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Woman's Day October 2019

Woman's Day, one of the oldest and most beloved of all the traditional women's magazines, is ever-evolving to fit the needs of modern readers.

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woman's day

Editor-in-Chief Susan Spencer Creative Director Peter Hemmel Executive Editor Annemarie Conte Executive Managing Editor Kim Cheney ART Design Director Isabel Abdai FEATURES Features Director Beth Dreher Senior Editor Andra Chantim Staff Writer Lizz Schumer Editorial Assistant Elissa Sanci HOME Home Editor Sarah Shelton Editorial Assistant Caroline Utz FOOD Chief Food Director Kate Merker Senior Food Editor Drew Anne Salvatore Food Editor Catherine Lo Editorial Project Manager Trish Clasen Test Kitchen Assistant Taylor Murray Editorial Assistant Rebecca Miller HEALTH NEWSROOM Executive Director Lisa Bain Deputy Director Stephanie Dolgoff Senior Editors Alyssa Jung, Kaitlyn Pirie STYLE Beauty Director April Franzino Associate Beauty Editor Pia Velasco Assistant Beauty Editor Paige Stables Chief Fashion Director Aya Kanai Executive Fashion Director Kristen Saladino Senior Fashion Editor Hannah Deely Associate Fashion Editor Ann Wang Fashion Assistant Rachel Bogo HEARST VISUAL GROUP Chief Visual Content Director Alix Campbell Executive Visual Director Christina Weber Visual Director Roni Martin-Chance Senior Visual Editor Martha Maristany Assistant Visual Editor Sara Neumann Visual Assistant Amy Cooper COPY AND RESEARCH Senior Editor, Research Janie Matthews Research Editor…

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on my desk this month

It’s October, which means you’re probably dragging out the pumpkin-carving tools and spooky decorations in preparation for Halloween. I’m getting ready for the annual parade and costume contest in my town, which attracts crowds of sparkly unicorns, werewolves, Game of Thrones dragons, and adorable wee Harry Potters. (At right, get a sneak peek at my surprisingly game teenage daughter and me in our garden-inspired costumes.) I also love a good pumpkin, and this issue’s bumper crop—conceptualized by creative director Peter Hemmel and the WD art team and carved by Matthew Gleason—is especially clever (see page 21). Given the attention WD pays to this holiday, the petition that circulated to switch Halloween from October 31 to the last Saturday of the month (for safety reasons) caught our interest. I polled…

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brief summary of important patient information about dupixent® (dupilumab) (du-pix’-ent) injection, for subcutaneous use rx only

What is DUPIXENT? • DUPIXENT is a prescription medicine used: – to treat people aged 12 years and older with moderate-to-severe atopic dermatitis (eczema) that is not well controlled with prescription therapies used on the skin (topical), or who cannot use topical therapies. DUPIXENT can be used with or without topical corticosteroids. – with other asthma medicines for the maintenance treatment of moderate-to-severe asthma in people aged 12 years and older whose asthma is not controlled with their current asthma medicines. DUPIXENT helps prevent severe asthma attacks (exacerbations) and can improve your breathing. DUPIXENT may also help reduce the amount of oral corticosteroids you need while preventing severe asthma attacks and improving your breathing. • DUPIXENT works by blocking two proteins that contribute to a type of inflammation that plays a major role in…

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learn something new

Whether you need to memorize a presentation, master a skill set for a job, or nail a few new names, your brain is constantly being asked to take in and retain important information. To zero in on when you’re at your sharpest, go by your body clock, says Michael J. Breus, Ph.D., a board-certified sleep specialist and the author of The Power of When. “Learning has peaks and valleys,” Breus explains. Morning people struggle with picking up new information in the evening, while those who come alive at night shouldn’t try to absorb new material at breakfast. The one hard-and-fast rule: Get enough shut-eye. Daniel Pink, author of When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing, says it’s “virtually impossible to retain information on poor sleep” whether you’re an early bird…

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love your style

Trend to Try Red Boots I don’t know your stance on pumpkin spice lattes—personally, I prefer my nutmeg in an actual pie—but I do think you would look pretty darn adorable drinking one while wearing a pair of red boots. Yep, they’re a thing this season, which means an easy way for you to participate in a fun modern trend. If you really want to go crazy, match your bright new footwear to your lipstick! Just be sure to bring the tube to the coffee shop…because, smudges. RED BOOTS PAIR WELL WITH: Your favorite jeans and head-to-toe neutrals, so the color really pops. RED BOOTS DON’T PAIR WELL WITH: A red hat, a red scarf, red gloves, and a red coat, all worn simultaneously, à la the ’80s.…

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healthy lunch

Toss ½ scallion (finely chopped) with 2 tsp lemon juice and pinch each salt and pepper. Add ½ avocado and mash together. Toast 1 thin slice whole-grain bread and spread avocado mixture on top. Halve or slice ¼ cup multicolored cherry or grape tomatoes and arrange on top. Drizzle with a tiny bit of olive oil and sprinkle with cracked pepper. WD TEST KITCHEN tip Avocados brown quickly, so turn the remaining half into tasty Green Goddess Dip: In a blender, puree avocado with 2 Tbsp each Greek yogurt and parsley, 1 Tbsp lemon juice, and ¼ tsp salt until smooth, adding water 1 Tbsp at a time as necessary. Serve with veggies.…