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This week's The Fab 5 is hosted by Antwan Lewis.

Hurricane prevention - What if you could stop a hurricane before it forms into a giant storm? As Teresa Priolo shows us there are some out of the box ideas that experts hope can fight mother nature.

Makeup Detox - You might not know it, but makeup has chemicals that can be quite dangerous. Some people are using a detox to cleanse their body of the chemicals. Liz Dahlem has the story.

Brazilian workout - Strap on your sneakers with Anna Gilligan. Inspired by the World Cup in Brazil we introduce you to the Brazilian workout.

Social Media Prenup - It's the prenup for the 21st Century. As Ashley Bellman tells us some couples are actually signing a social media contract before they walk down the aisle.

Bedtime Procrastinators - People are exhausted. But all this new technology makes it even more challenging to simply fall asleep. Lidia Curanaj with helpful tips on catching up on your zsss.

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