Moms Strip Down in Stunning Photo Series That Puts Their Stretch Marks and Loose Skin on Full Display

Lately it seems like more mothers are embracing their natural postpartum bodies. Yet the pressure for new moms to “bounce back” to their pre-pregnancy size and shape is still hard to escape. Still, there are trailblazers out there—like Canada-based photographer Megan Elemans. She's using her platform to create a dialogue that encourages women to love their after-baby bodies.  Elemans, who is also […]

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Cell family trees tracked to discover their role in tissue scarring and liver disease

Researchers have discovered that a key cell type involved in liver injury and cancer consists of two cellular families with different origins and functions. The research by academics from the Universities of Edinburgh and Bristol and funded by the Wellcome Trust and Medical Research Council, is published today [Tuesday 15 October] in Nature Communications. The distinguishing feature of these families—whether […]

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Jessica Alba, Ciara & More Celebs Post Photos of Their Kids Going Back to School

Just like that, summer has come and gone. But while we’re saying goodbye to long days of playing outside, we’re ushering in a different kind of excitement, with new friends and mind-expanding lessons. Still, dropping off the kiddos for their first day of school isn’t always easy. If you’re feeling a bit weepy as your little ones embark on their […]

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People Are Getting Second-Degree Burns On Their Feet From Hot Pavement

With summer comes all sorts of warnings about staying safe in the sun: Wear sunscreen, stay hydrated, reach for a comically-large, wide-brimmed straw hat when you can. But while you're protecting any and all skin that could come into contact with those rays, you should also be paying attention to one part of your body where the sun doesn't hit: your […]

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‘Trash talk’ really can put players off their game

The 1986 NBA All-Star game in Dallas had the first three-point shooting contest, when eight all-stars were selected for the competition. Larry Bird of the Boston Celtics, who was known as a trash talker, walked into the locker room as one of the competitors and asked, “Which one of you guys is going to finish second?” He won the contest […]

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Happy Father's Day! Celebs Share Best Advice From Their Fathers

Words of wisdom! While raising kids of their own, celebrities like O’Shea Jackson and Ike Barinholtz have looked to their own dads for help. But not all famous fathers just enjoy receiving advice — some of them like to share it. In February 2019, for example, Prince William opened up to a group of future dads about parenting. “It’s very daunting how […]

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A stomach bug vaccine for babies may cut their diabetes risks

A vaccine against diabetes? Drops that protect babies from a stomach bug cuts risks for the chronic disease by one third, study finds Every year, 17,900 children and young adults under 20 are diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in the US  The number of children diagnosed with the chronic disease fell after the introduction of the rotavirus vaccine The Centers […]

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Celebs Send Their Teens Off to Prom: Kelly Ripa, Jerry Seinfeld and More

Going glam! Celebrity parents, including Kelly Ripa and Jerry Seinfeld, are showing off their teenagers’ 2019 prom looks on social media. “It only took 20 hours, but we finally got two approved prom photos,” the Live With Kelly and Ryan host, 48, captioned an Instagram upload of her 17-year-old daughter, Lola, and her date. “#prom2019.” In the sweet shot, the […]

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90 Day Fiance's Russ Doesn’t Want Paola's Friend Juan to Meet Their Son

Still a sore spot! Russ Mayfield doesn’t want his wife Paola Mayfield’s best friend, Juan, to meet their son, Axel. “I was not for Juan watching him,” the 90 Day Fiancé star, 31, told Us Weekly exclusively at a Tuesday, May 22, event promoting spinoffs Happily Ever After? and The Other Way. His wife, 32, though, does not agree, telling Us, “I […]

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Nearly one in five parents say their child never wears a helmet while riding a bike

Despite evidence that helmets are critical to preventing head injuries, not all children wear them while biking, skateboarding and riding scooters, a new national poll finds. Eighteen percent of parents say their child never wears a helmet on a bike ride, and even more say their kids skip helmets on a skateboard (58 percent) and scooter (61 percent), suggests the […]

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