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Latest Liz Vaccariello Stories

2013-05-07 12:28:44

ABC's "Good Morning America" Co-Anchor Robin Roberts Graces June Cover as the Most Trusted Woman on Television NEW YORK, May 7, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Reader's Digest, one of the most-read brands in the world, today shared its "100 Most Trusted People in America" list, which is the result of a nationwide poll to discover which public figures, and the ideals they represent, have earned Americans' confidence. For the cover, ABC's "Good Morning America" co-anchor Robin Roberts, who...

2012-10-02 10:27:25

NEW YORK, Oct. 2, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Our bodies need fat to survive, but, unfortunately, millions of Americans have too much of a good thing. Reader's Digest editor-in-chief and best-selling author Liz Vaccariello expertly analyzes and condenses decades of research and science to reveal the simple truth about fast and lasting weight loss in The Digest Diet. Liz explains how eating, exercise and environment can be both fat increasers and fat releasers. She reveals eye-opening and...

2010-11-22 14:13:00

NEW YORK, Nov. 22, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Jill Armus has been named Creative Director of Every Day with Rachael Ray. The announcement was made today by Liz Vaccariello, Vice President and Editor-in-Chief, Every Day with Rachael Ray. Ms. Armus was most recently with Prevention magazine where she served as Creative Director since 2006 and worked previously with Ms. Vaccariello, who was named Editor-in-Chief of Every Day with Rachael Ray November 10. "We are so thrilled to welcome Jill to the...

2010-11-10 09:08:00

NEW YORK, Nov. 10, 2010 /PRNewswire/ -- Liz Vaccariello has been named Editor-in-Chief of Every Day with Rachael Ray magazine. The announcement was made today by the magazine's Founder and Editorial Director, Rachael Ray, and the President of Lifestyle Communities at the Reader's Digest Association, Inc., Suzanne Grimes. Ms. Vaccariello will assume the role effective November 15, 2010. She was most recently with Prevention magazine where she served as Editor-in-Chief and Senior Vice...

2008-10-27 15:00:09

NEW YORK, Oct. 27 /PRNewswire/ -- For years, Prevention magazine has heard from women across America that despite their best efforts, they can't lose the jiggly belly fat that builds up around their middles, especially once they hit 40. Sixty-seven percent of them say it's the body part they most want to change. Shrinking an expanding waistline isn't a matter of vanity. Excess belly fat can significantly increase your risk of heart disease, diabetes and chronic illness more than any other...