Christina Anstead: What It's Like Living Two Blocks From Ex-Husband Tarek

Better together! Christina Anstead shares two children with her ex-husband, Tarek El Moussa, and opened up about what makes coparenting easier. “Tarek and I only live two blocks for each other, so it actually works out really well,” the Christina on the Coast star, 35, told Us Weekly exclusively in this week’s issue. “As you can imagine, you’ve got school […]

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The scandal that should force us to reconsider wellness advice from influencers

Former social media influencer and “wellness guru” Belle Gibson first caught public attention after claiming she cured herself of terminal cancer by rejecting conventional medicine in favour of a healthy diet and lifestyle. Her story was documented on a blog and social media, which became the basis for a successful book and app, featuring lifestyle advice and healthy recipes. In […]

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You Won't Believe How Much Gunk Dr. Pimple Popper Squeezes From This Eyelid Cyst

“Just call me the Cyst Whisperer,” Dr. Pimple Popper writes in the caption of her latest Instagram video. You know what, I think I will. Because I just watched Dr. Sandra Lee, MD (aka Dr. Pimple Popper) tackle a cyst on a patient’s eyelid, and dammit, that woman has cyst-popping superpowers. In the video, the dermatologist and TLC star treats […]

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Kelly Kapowski's Kid's Book is SO Not From the '90s

Actors Tiffani Thiessen (Saved By the Bell) and husband Brady Smith are the busy co-parents of Harper, 9, and Holt, 4. Now Thiessen and Smith are also co-collaborators of a children’s book, You’re Missing It! published by Penguin Random House. The picture book’s message? Put that phone down already — and just be in the moment with your kids. Thiessen […]

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We reveal our guide to the best crackers for healthy snackers

From genius carb cutter bread crisps to ancient oatcakes, we reveal our guide to the best crackers for healthy snackers Having a couple of crackers with cheese or dips may seem innocent enough. But these moreish savouries can add hundreds of calories as well as a substantial amount of fat and salt to your diet. There are now many ‘healthy’ […]

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Here’s Everything That Happened In Gypsy Rose Blanchard’s Real-Life Interview From Prison

Gypsy Rose Blanchard spoke to 20/20 in January 2018 about her experience dealing with her mother, Dee Dee, who suffered from Munchausen syndrome by proxy. Gypsy Rose spoke to ABC News’ Amy Robach from Missouri Chillicothe Correctional Center, where she’s serving a 10-year sentence. Gypsy’s true story is the basis for Hulu’s newest show, The Act. Since Hulu’s The Act […]

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Preventing addiction with insight from scruffy dogs and ancient meditation

When Ivan Pavlov was measuring dog slobber at the turn of the 20th century, he could not have imagined all the ways his classical conditioning research would shape the future of scientific discovery. Today, there is substantial research suggesting that conditioned behaviors—such as smoking after a meal—sustain unhealthy habits. It follows that by preventing the development of certain conditioned behaviors, […]

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We reveal the guide to being a healthy gardener

From avoiding a cricked back and swarms of insects to gloves that help conquer arthritis…we reveal the guide to being a healthy gardener Gardening is one of a handful of activities that could lower the risk of dementia  However, being out in the garden makes us vulnerable to a host of health hazards Here, doctors review a selection of products […]

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Delusions may stem from sticky beliefs, study finds

Delusions are one of the most common symptoms of psychosis, but little is known about what causes them. A new study from researchers at Columbia University and New York State Psychiatric Institute offers insight into the development of delusions, which could lead to better treatments for people with psychosis. The findings were published in Brain. An estimated 80-90 percent of […]

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Drug delivery system would allow tuberculosis patients to switch from daily to monthly doses

Tuberculosis is one of the world’s deadliest infectious diseases: One-third of the world’s population is infected with TB, and more than 1 million people die from the disease every year. One reason TB is so pervasive is that treatment requires a six-month course of daily antibiotics, which is difficult for about half of all patients to adhere to, especially in […]

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