Beyoncé, the Bella Twins & More Pregnant Celebrities Flaunting Their Naked Bumps

It’s a weird, scary world there right about now. While we at SheKnows are spending as much time as we can reporting on the important movements going on, attending protests with our kids, donating, researching, and more, we’ll be the first to admit that sometimes we, too, need to sit down, take a break and just scroll. And while, yes, there […]

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Who hasn’t heard of COVID-19 by now? More than you think

A half-year into the most momentous pandemic in decades, it’s hard to imagine that anyone, anywhere has not heard of the coronavirus. But scores of migrants arriving in Somalia tell United Nations workers every day that they are unaware of COVID-19. Monitors for the U.N. migration agency interview people at the border in Somalia, a crossroads on one of the […]

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Men more genetically prone to skin cancer

As COVID-19 restrictions loosen this summer, Canadians will spend more time outdoors and make the most of the sunshine. A new study from McGill University suggests why men may be more genetically prone to develop skin cancer. The research led by Professor Ian Watson of McGill’s Goodman Cancer Research Centre (GCRC), published in the journal Nature Cancer, identified three genes […]

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You Aren't Imagining It: Moms Are Doing More Childcare During Lockdown

We’re not imagining it: However lopsided our “work-life-balance” was before the coronavirus, it’s almost certainly a mess with kids at home from school and camp. A recent study of parents in England found that women are bearing the brunt of this new situation. Not only have more women become unemployed than men, but those who are working are still doing […]

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More than 3 weeks into safer-at-home, Colorado leaders see promising signs — but are girding for the long fight

So far, so good. That’s the restrained refrain espoused by Gov. Jared Polis and Colorado’s public health officials more than three weeks after the statewide stay-at-home mandate ended and the new, longer-term safer-at-home phase of the state’s coronavirus response began. Coloradans have done their part in flattening the curve and preventing hospitals from being overwhelmed, the governor and health officials […]

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