The Women’s Health All Stars Issue has hit newsstands and is packed with star-studded features from some of SA’s favourite music, foodie and sports celebs. In addition to the latest in beauty, health and fashion news, the magazine also tackles some serious issues making headlines at present – and uncovers a shocking new trend that is causing a stir among newlyweds.
“WH doesn’t often consult celebrities for advice, but often the stars have the most inspirational stories of all. We’ve approached a cross-section of homegrown talent to contribute so there is something – and someone – for everyone”, says Women’s Health editor, Kate Wilson.
Have any questions you would like to ask the all-star cast? Women’s Health will be hosting a series of live interviews from 25 April to 17 May with the likes of Toya DeLazy, Elana Meyer and Reuben Riffel to name a few. Visit the website for the full line-up of interview dates and times.
“We wanted to lend our voice to the campaign against violence against women that has dominated the press recently. In typical WH style, we put our own spin on it, and gave you a workout that could also save your life,” says Wilson.
Additionally, Women’s Health sex and relationship experts discuss a disturbing new trend in The Rise in Newlywed Cheating that is taking place.
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