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selfmagazine's Media: “Every girl just wants to feel beautiful,” says Diandra Forrest (@diandraforrest), a model with alb

“Every girl just wants to feel beautiful,” says Diandra Forrest (@diandraforrest), a model with albinism, featured above. “There wasn’t a market for albinism in the beauty industry before, but now I think there is. The market is now saying there’s a place for everyone, and now we finally have a lane.” At the link in bio, we spoke to three women with albinism (including Forrest) about their daily beauty routines, the challenge of finding a shade that feels right, and how they feel their most beautiful.

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selfmagazine's Media: For everyone following our #NewYearsChallenge, it's choose your own cardio day! If you're feeling l

For everyone following our #NewYearsChallenge, it's choose your own cardio day! If you're feeling lost without a preplanned workout, have no fear: We've got plenty of cardio options for you. Swipe through for one of our favorite original #sweatwithselfworkouts, and tap the link in bio to see full directions, plus other circuits you can try. Let's get sweating! 💪

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selfmagazine's Media: Women who seriously rock: Today would have been the 94th birthday of Jewel Plummer Cobb, Ph.D. Cobb

Women who seriously rock: Today would have been the 94th birthday of Jewel Plummer Cobb, Ph.D. Cobb, who passed away in 2017, was a biologist, cancer researcher, professor, and university administrator who dedicated her time outside of the lab to advocating for women and students of color in university and graduate school settings. After earning her bachelor’s degree from Talladega College and her master’s and doctorate from NYU, she went on to earn a grant from the National Cancer Institute, a fellowship at Harlem Hospital Cancer Research Center, found her own lab at the University of Illinois Medical School, and publish groundbreaking papers about melanin and skin cancer, which was her area of focus. In 1979, she published what would arguably become her most famous paper, “Filters For Women in Science,” which details the explicit and implicit ways young women are discouraged from entering the sciences. From that point on, her work was dedicated to advocating for and encouraging minorities and women into STEM fields. In 1981, after professorships and administrative roles at multiple universities, she became the President of California State University, Fullerton, where she established pre-med and pre-dental programs for black students, increased diversity within both the student and faculty, and became the first black woman appointed to the National Science Board. She was a woman ahead of her time whose impact on the science community changed the course of the field. 🔬⚛️👩‍⚕️“I think I’d like to be remembered as a black woman scientist who cared very much about what happens to young folks, particularly women going into science.” —Jewel Plummer Cobb, Ph.D. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ 📸: Cal State Fullerton

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selfmagazine's Media: Earlier this week, UCLA gymnast @katelyn_ohashi gave "feel-good" a whole new meaning when a video o

Earlier this week, UCLA gymnast @katelyn_ohashi gave "feel-good" a whole new meaning when a video of her recent floor routine went viral. But Ohashi is much more than an overnight social media sensation. Link in bio for four things to know about the skilled and inspiring athlete. (Note: We HIGHLY recommend you listen with sound on. 🔈) 📸: @uclaathletics/@uclagymnastics

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selfmagazine's Media: Let 2019 be the year we stop falling for fad diets. ✊They can be psychologically harmful, reinforce

Let 2019 be the year we stop falling for fad diets. ✊They can be psychologically harmful, reinforce normative body ideals, and often aren't backed by science. Use these red flags to avoid falling into a diet trap again. ❌ Link in bio for @langernutrition’s article explaining why she implores her clients to avoid fad diets.

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I don’t agree with this.. what if a registered nutritionist or dietician asks people to buy certain healthy super foods like açai or healing products like glutamine or aloe... technically this meme says that’s wrong. I like where you’re going with this, but this meme is slightly irresponsible in its ambiguity

@lyzabethlopez y’all really lost the point of what I was saying and seem to just want to troll me over the validity of super foods?? The meme says ‘certain foods’ to be purchased.. I used açai, glutamine etc as examples of recommending ‘certain foods’... could be cherries if you don’t believe in the orac value of açai. I wasn’t arguing the value of açai vs cherries for adequate antioxidants ... but shockingly people on the internet want to start arguments where they don’t exist 👀Regardless, this meme says any eating plan requiring that you buy ‘certain foods’ should go... that remains to be irresponsible and the point of what I was saying.. troll me all you want by picking apart the argument. I stand by this statement. How is an educated dietitian or registered nutritionist supposed to assist without recommending health foods... that was and still is my point... ✌🏽

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Today would have been Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s 90th birthday. He made this statement during his “Keep Moving from This Mountain” speech at @spelman_college in 1960 to encourage students and others to nonviolently participate in the fight for civil rights. Dr. King's words still ring true today: What’s most important is that we continue to make progress and take action to pursue justice for all. ✊🏻✊🏼✊🏽✊🏾✊🏿

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selfmagazine's Media: In case anyone needed a reminder of what sportsmanship looks like, see friends Serena Williams and

In case anyone needed a reminder of what sportsmanship looks like, see friends Serena Williams and Tatjana Marja after their match in the Australian Open. 👏👏👏 Congrats to Serena on her win!

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selfmagazine's Media: "Can I share something with you guys? I've been made acutely aware of how I look recently at work,

"Can I share something with you guys? I've been made acutely aware of how I look recently at work, and not in a good way. I've posted about this before in IG stories but I wanted to write a post because it has really been getting to me. I've gotten a lot of comments about how young I look ever since I was in medical school. Intern year a patient's family laughed when I said I was the doctor and the patient's son said he thought I was a high school volunteer. I brushed off all these comments in training because I always had an attending to rely on, someone more senior to back me up. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Well now I'm the attending. There's no one else more senior than me coming into the patients' rooms. And I'm finding myself having to constantly justify why I'm qualified to be there. Many patients have asked me directly how old I am, whether this was my first time doing a procedure, and how long I've been in practice. I've had patients say, 'Well I would never think you'd be my doctor!' I've even had someone prefer to see a non-MD over seeing me, because I 'look too young and inexperienced.' I'd be lying if I said these comments don't hurt. I've been in school for decades, and I've devoted most of my life to becoming a physician. To have my credentials questioned constantly has been slowly gnawing at my self confidence. I've been thinking about what to do; is it how I dress, how I speak, how I do my makeup? What can I change about myself to justify why I am a doctor? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ At the end of the day though, what I've realized is I've already done EVERYTHING in my power to be a good physician. I care deeply about my patients but I don't need to change my appearance and who I am to keep caring for my patients. Doctors come in all colors, sizes, and ages, and I hope that by being a good dermatologist, I can help change some of the stereotypes my patients form when I walk into the room. Because #iamyourdoctor👩🏻‍⚕️👩🏼‍⚕️👩🏽‍⚕️👩🏾‍⚕️👩🏿‍⚕️" #teamselfregram@teawithmd

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selfmagazine's Media: We’re not fans of fad diets or gimmicky health changes that might not be sustainable for the long h

We’re not fans of fad diets or gimmicky health changes that might not be sustainable for the long haul. That being said, as far as wellness trends go, Dry January seems pretty harmless. In fact, it could actually do really great things for your health—*if* you approach it the right way. Are you doing Dry January? Comment with your "why" and head to the link in bio for more tips on how to navigate the month as healthfully as possible.

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selfmagazine's Media: Best way to start the week? With your people by your side. Tag your person in the comments. 👇 📸:

Best way to start the week? With your people by your side. Tag your person in the comments. 👇 📸: Jacqueline Harriett (@jacqharriet)

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selfmagazine's Media: You can’t make all the bad news go away, but you can get away from it from time to time. Since you’

You can’t make all the bad news go away, but you can get away from it from time to time. Since you’re probably not going to go off the grid or sequester yourself on a desert island, here are some small ways to carve out a safe space for yourself at home. Cozy on up! #selfcaresundays

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selfmagazine's Media: This afternoon, Sarah Thomas will make history as the first woman to officiate an NFL postseason ga

This afternoon, Sarah Thomas will make history as the first woman to officiate an NFL postseason game, serving as a down judge in today's Patriots v. Chargers matchup. In 2015, Thomas became the first woman in NFL history to become a full-time official, so she's no stranger to boundary breaking. Go get 'em, Sarah!!

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