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Selena Gomez Announces a Break to Deal with "Anxiety, Panic Attacks, and Depression"

Selena Gomez revealed to her fans and supporters last year that she suffers from the autoimmune disease, Lupus. Since then, she's been extremely open about the challenges it's presented her including going through chemotherapy and seeking treatment in a rehab facility—plus it's the real reason she was forced her to take breaks from touring and her career in years past. Bottom line, her health had to come first.

Genius Just-Add-Water Soups Perfect for Packing Lunch

Just Add Water!

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This quick and easy style of homemade soup is genius: Place vegetables, noodles or grains, protein, and seasonings in a glass jar, take it to work, stash it in the fridge, and at lunchtime add boiling water. The result is a hearty and healthy midday meal that's ready in minutes. Elana Karp, the head chef for the meal-kit company Plated and a coauthor of the new Plated cookbook, shares three versions you'll want to spoon up. (Hungry for more? Here's a whole month of healthy take-to-go lunch recipes.)

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Moroccan Chickpea Soup

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For under 500 calories, this soup packs a flavor punch. Cumin, harissa, and cilantro plus a hearty veggie and couscous mix make for a lunch that's super satisfying.

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Lemon Orzo Chicken Soup

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Put a fancy twist on your old-school chicken noodle; swap noodles for orzo pasta and flavor with lemon, basil, and dill. And at under 300 calories, this comfort food has zero guilt.

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Spicy Curried Coconut Soup With Shrimp

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Bye, boring desk salad. Take your lunch break to the topics with curry paste and coconut cream. (Note: Not all salads are sad. Try these Grain-Based Salads That Seriously Satisfy.) 

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Suede Classic Women's Sneakers

They're blue da ba dee da ba die! Let's be real: Your wardrobe consists of black, white, and gray. Add some much-needed color in a subtle way with this sneaker from Puma ($65; puma.com).

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New Balance Low-Top Sneakers

We highly suggest investing in a neutral-colored sneaker. This casual pair is the perfect pick to step into when you're on the run ($65; pacsun.com).

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Blue Chambray Women's Sneakers

Don't confuse these Toms with a running or training shoe. The charitable brand we all know and love has created such a cool slip-on sneaker for everyday wear ($79; toms.com).

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