The Delta variant of COVID-19 is no longer the dominant cause of infections in the US. Now, just weeks after its was identified in South Africa—and subsequently named a "variant of concern" by the World Health Organization (WHO)—Omicron accounts for the majority of COVID-19 cases in the US. As Omicron continues to sweep through the US (and the world), scientists […]Read more
I have a bigger man boob on the left side of my body than the right. I also have hard lumps under both nipples. What is it?
Thanks for your question. During puberty it’s common for young men to develop tissue under their nipples that feels like small breasts. The medical term for this is “gynecomastia.” It can also be caused by other things, such as medicines or hormone problems. Gynecomastia usually feels like a small, rubbery lump right underneath the nipple(s). It is usually sore or […]Read more
Paulina Porizkova is aiming to remind her followers once again to love their bodies exactly the way they are—and to avoid comparisons to "ridiculous standards of perfection." In a new Instagram post shared over the weekend, the 56-year-old former model shared a new message with fans: Celebrate yourself without comparing yourself to others. "When I was the most seen, I […]Read more
Ashley Graham Does Yoga While Pregnant With Twins—Here's Why an Ob-Gyn Calls It a 'Really Good Exercise'
Model Ashley Graham has made it a point to stay active during her pregnancies. She regularly posted videos and photos on Instagram of herself working out while she was pregnant with her first son, Isaac. Now, she's giving a look into what she's been doing to stay active during her current pregnancy with twin boys. Graham, 34, dropped a sped-up […]Read more
The San Leandro Hospital emergency department, where nurse Mawata Kamara works, went into lockdown recently when a visitor, agitated about being barred from seeing a patient due to covid-19 restrictions, threatened to bring a gun to the California facility. It wasn’t the first time the department faced a gun threat during the pandemic. Earlier in the year, a psychiatric patient […]Read more
All products featured on Allure are independently selected by our editors. However, when you buy something through our retail links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Read what your sign's 2021 horoscope predictions have in store for you or check out the Sagittarius personality profile. Happy October, you fabulous Sagittarius. You're the sign of adventure and travel. As a result, you like to […]Read more
“These guys [insurance companies and Washington bureaucrats] are working together to swipe $500 billion from Medicare to pay for Pelosi and Schumer’s out-of-control spending spree.” Video advertisement from the 60 Plus American Association of Senior Citizens The advertisement opens with a doctor sitting across from his patient and holding a prescription drug pill bottle. “You want to continue with this […]Read more
Sex Education season three spoilers follow. For a show that kick starts its third season with a literal bang, or many bangs, if we’re being precise, it was refreshing to see Sex Education go back to basics in season three with a storyline about losing your virginity. But of course, this being Sex Education, the focus wasn’t on just another […]Read more
My finger slid up the screen of my phone. I’d just finished a true crime podcast and I was scrolling, searching for the next cold case I could escape into. I looked up as my daughter swept into the kitchen with body language I read as I have a question. I was expecting something along the lines of “Mommy wants […]Read more
Picture it: You’re hanging with friends and the conversation is getting a little bit ~raunchy~. Everyone starts talking about the big s-e-x and all of a sudden, they start using terms that are, well, kinda unfamiliar. You feel awkward because you’re not really following the conversation—you thought a “facial” was just a spa treatment—and now you’re just sitting there twiddling […]Read more