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This Week in Wellness

jamba juice
Should kids be sipping Jamba?


Welcome to our weekly roundup of wellness news we’ve spotted and reported throughout the week. Our Page Six!

Libertarian Yoga Pants. Lululemon went philosophical this week with new Ayn Rand-themed shopping bags. Blisstree explains.

No more tears? Johnson & Johnson bowed to pressure from the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics and agreed to cut formaldehyde-releasing chemicals from its baby products. Next stop: parabens.

School smoothies. Jamba Juice is launching an express shop called JambaGo, which they hope to place in schools. Are sugar smoothies a step up from soda?

Drum line. Apparently Equinox wasn’t feeling the beat of its new drumstick workout class. After just a few months, Pound is leaving and is taking its rhythm to Crunch in January.

The barefoot running race. Puma debuted the newest lightweight running sneaker this week, the Pumagility. They kind of look like moon shoes.

Soft serve? Serena Williams stopped by Soft Serve Fruit Co. in Union Square. She’s not indulging while off the court—it’s one of the healthiest frozen desserts in the city.