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Woman's Day

July/August 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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Hearst
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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 PHOTO Executive Photo Director Christina Weber Photo Director Roni Martin-Chance Senior Editor Martha Maristany Assistant Photo Editor Sara Neumann Assistant Amy Cooper 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 COPY AND RESEARCH Senior Editor, Research Janie Matthews Research Editor Clare Ellis Copy Chief Benay R. Bubar Deputy Copy Chief Kristy…

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on my desk this month

I recently found myself sitting next to a young man and his birth mother who, amazingly, had just met each other the day before. A few months earlier, Jacob Thornton, 28, had taken a DNA test through the health and ancestry company 23andMe, seeking a connection with the birth mother who’d given him up for adoption when he was a newborn. The results showed a genetic match with a young woman in Indiana who turned out to be his maternal aunt—a discovery that led to the reunion with Natalie. Seeing Jacob and Natalie, who look much alike, was deeply moving; they seemed joyful and a bit awestruck, as if they couldn’t quite believe they were together. On page 52, writer Melody Warnick reports on a similar homecoming. Annette Adams found…

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win it!

Enter for a chance to take home these prizes at womansday.comgiveaways See page 103 for details and go online for official rules. JULY/AUGUST SWEEPSTAKES WIN IT SWEEPSTAKES (PAGE 12) NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. July/August 2019 Win It Sweepstakes (page 12). Sponsored by Hearst Magazine Media, Inc. Enter beginning 12:01 a.m. (ET) on June 15, 2019, through 11:59 p.m. (ET) on August 15, 2019, for the Little, Brown & Company Sweepstakes; between June 16, 2019, through 11:59 p.m. (ET) on August 16, 2019, for the Funboy Sweepstakes; between June 17, 2019, through 11:59 p.m. (ET) on August 17, 2019, for the Weber Sweepstakes; between June 18, 2019, through 11:59 p.m. (ET) on August 18, 2019, for the Tommy Bahama Sweepstakes; and between June 19, 2019, through 11:59 p.m. (ET) on August…

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the best time to… take a nap

ANYTIME BEFORE 3 P.M. IS GENERALLY A GREAT TIME for a nap—any later and you could find it more difficult to fall asleep for the night. But the real key to naps is length, says Natalie D. Dautovich, Ph.D., an expert at the National Sleep Foundation. A study published in the journal Sleep found that a 10-minute nap boosts cognitive performance and reduces sleepiness, while ones that stretch past half an hour can leave you groggy for nearly an hour. So find a cool, dark place; set an alarm for 30 minutes; get comfortable (nap posture doesn’t affect sleep quality); and allow yourself to drift away. If you’re frustrated that you can’t fall asleep after 15 minutes, it’s best to get up and go on with your day.…

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love your style

Trend to Try Shirtdress Ode to a Shirtdress A glamorous woman, when faced with a nonglamorous but pleasant situation—a stroll through a beachy town or a quick Sunday coffee at a café with a childhood friend—will look into her closet for something to wear and pull out a shirtdress. It’s true. I’ve seen it happen. And I think you should too. Wear a shirtdress, that is. But you say you’re not a glamorous woman? That’s OK. I’m not telling you to buy a floor-length crystal-encrusted gown. Just a shirtdress. Roll the sleeves. Pop the collar. Wear a sandal. Feel pretty.…

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how do i stop mosquito bites from itching?

MANUKA HONEY Dab a drop or two of this honey, which contains an anti-inflammatory organic compound not found in other honey, on the bite. Plus, the sticky stuff is a deterrent to scratching. Buy it at grocery stores. A CHILLED SPOON The cool sensation brings down swelling and numbs the skin, which can give you immediate short-term relief. Ice also does the trick, but a metal spoon that has been frozen for 10 to 20 minutes will stay cold longer. OATS Mix a spoonful of crushed oats with a little water to create a paste to apply to your bite. Oats have natural soothing properties that calm itchy, irritated skin.…

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