Gynecologists Are the New 'It Girls' of Instagram

It’s safe to say we’re sick of sifting through post after post advertising the too-good-to-be-true benefits of products like flat tummy tea, trendy hair vitamins and dietary supplements. The last year saw a spike in celebrities and wellness influencers pushing holistic health products, like Gwyneth Paltrow’s recent rebrand of her lifestyle site, Goop, that sells all sorts of bizarre and […]

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New Dress Code Targets All Students, Not Just Girls

A school district in Virginia will roll out a brand spankin new dress code this fall that uses completely gender-neutral language throughout with nary a “distraction” mention in sight. It doesn’t target either boys or girls, which is a fresh perspective of how basically every other school district in the country formats its dress code. The Roanoke County School Board, […]

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Girl's attempt at 'faking chickenpox' to miss test backfires after she uses permanent marker

Girl’s attempt at ‘faking chickenpox’ to miss test backfires after she uses permanent marker A 6-year-old’s attempt at faking sick to miss school has left her ‘red-in-the-face’ after the marker she used to cover herself in phony chickenpox turned out to be permanent. A 6-year-old’s attempt at faking sick to miss school has left her “red-in-the-face” after the marker she […]

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Keeping Up With the Girls! Khloe K. Admits She Wants to Get a Boob Job

Itching for a new look? Khloé Kardashian showed off some epic cleavage in a low-cut gold dress on Tuesday, March 26, and shared with her more than 90 million Instagram followers that she wouldn’t mind making the look permanent. “You guys, bras like this make me wanna get my boobs done,” the Good American cofounder, 34, said in an Instagram […]

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Chemicals in personal care and household products linked to earlier puberty in girls

Chemicals that are widely used in personal care and household products are linked to girls entering puberty at earlier ages, according to findings from a long-running study of mothers and children published today. The study in Human Reproduction, one of the world’s leading reproductive medicine journals, found that chemicals such as phthalates, parabens and phenols were all associated with earlier […]

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Gender inequality could be driving the deaths of girls under five

Levels of gender inequality across the world are associated with disproportionate death rates among girls under five years old, according to a study led by Queen Mary University of London. The analysis of data from 195 countries suggests that the unequal treatment of females in society could be interfering with the natural biological advantage they have over males for survival. […]

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