We Tried 10 Pairs Of Workout Leggings To See Which Ones (Literally) Held Up
Today, we’re taking our commitment to butt-hugging journalism to a whole new level with our latest installment of Tried & True. Over the course of three months, R29’s wellness writers divided and conquered the task of wear-testing ten popular legging brands to rank them from best to not-the-best. (Which doesn’t, I repeat, doesn’t mean “worst”!)
Do You Need To Wear Two Masks?
"If you have a face mask that’s thin, flimsy, falling apart, frayed, or if you put it up to a light and you see light coming through it, it might be helpful to wear another one on top of it," she says. As long as wearing two doesn't affect your breathing capabilities or fit painfully…
Are the Olympics still going to happen in 2021? Here’s what we know.
Will the 2020 Tokyo Olympics happen in 2021? That was the plan, after the International Olympic Committee and Japan, the host country, postponed the games last March because of the pandemic. But with the coronavirus still raging in many parts of the world, and the reality that the global vaccination campaign will take time, the…
Biden’s planned actions on reproductive health care, explained
In his second week in office, President Joe Biden plans to make it easier for providers around the world to offer the full range of reproductive health care. On January 28, he is reportedly slated to repeal the policy sometimes known as the “global gag rule,” which bans groups abroad that receive US aid from…
Biden’s Covid-19 vaccine goal isn’t ambitious enough
President Joe Biden has promised a faster Covid-19 vaccine rollout, vowing to administer 100 million shots during his first 100 days in office — enough to fully vaccinate at least 50 million Americans. But that goal is no longer as ambitious as it once appeared. Over the past week, America has already averaged about 900,000…