October 5, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Michelle Gant, Fox News Facebook Twitter Comments Print Email Follow these tips for a brighter glowing complexion  (iStock) While most of us strive to achieve a picture-perfect complexion, annoying factors like acne, hormones and sun damage can wreak havoc, leaving behind spotty, scarred or dull skin. Luckily there are a number of products and treatments designed to help you achieve brighter, more radiant skin. Start at home by reaching for products that help promote cell turnover. For anyone with melasma or mild hyperpigmentation, powerful ingredients like retinol, vitamin C, vitamin E, kojic acid or licorice root are the perfect choice…

October 4, 2017 Editor 0Comment

Fox News Facebook Twitter Comments Print Email Brits prepare for another round of royal baby fever Kensington Palace announces Prince William, Duchess of Cambridge are expecting their third child When Kensington Palace announced in early September that the Duchess of Cambridge is expecting her third child, they also told fans to anticipate seeing a whole lot less of the royal around. Suffering from hyperemesis gravidarum, or acute morning sickness, Duchess Kate has reportedly been trying various remedies to alleviate her illness, and found some luck with one food in particular. On Sept. 27, her husband, Prince William, attended an event supporting…

October 4, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Danielle Zickl, Men’s Health Facebook Twitter Comments Print Email A police sergeant died from an overdose of herbal supplements.  (Tupper Lake Police Department / AP) Supplements may be easily available, but that doesn’t mean they’re risk-free. Matthew Dana, a 27-year-old New York State Sergeant who died in August, overdosed on a supplement called kratom, according to a recent autopsy, calling into question how safe these types of pills really are. More From Men’s Health The 6 Best Supplements For Men This Horrifying Accident Proves Why You Should Never Lift Without a Spotter Are Supplements Safe? 5 Scientific Reasons to Sleep Butt…

October 2, 2017 Editor 0Comment

Fox News Facebook Twitter Comments Print Email A future bride and groom’s photoshoot led to a job termination and a social media frenzy.  (iStock) A plus-size woman, pregnant with her first child, was reportedly terminated from her company after posting steamy body-positive shots on social media. Stephanie and Arynn of Overton, TX, had planned to have pictures taken to announce their engagement. The pair – who preferred to keep their last names private – decided to go for a more revealing outdoor photoshoot, both opting to go topless. While Arynn stayed in his jeans, Stephanie stripped down to a bikini bottom for…

September 19, 2017 Editor 0Comment

Fox News Facebook Twitter Comments Print Email A dad is doing what he can to help stop bullying at school.  (iStock) An Idaho dad is turning to social media to help protect his seven-year-old son from bullying. Dan Bezzant’s son, Jackson, has Treacher Collins syndrome – a rare condition that affects the development of bones and facial tissues. The syndrome has affected Jackson’s eyesight, hearing and has forced him to already undergo major surgery. And it has led to a lot of school bullying. INSTAGRAM REMOVES PHOTOS OF BOY WITH RARE DISORDER, MOM CLAIMS “Kids throw rocks at him and…

September 15, 2017 Editor 0Comment

Published September 14, 2017 The mother of a one year old baby girl called out her local gym on Facebook.  (iStock) An Alabama mother has called out her local gym after being asked by a staffer to breastfeed in the bathroom because there was a man nearby. Ruha Alford Tacey recently wrote about the incident on Facebook. According to Tacey, when she hit SportFit Athens on Sept. 11 for the first time since giving birth, her baby daughter struggled in the childcare room, so the new mom decided to breastfed the child to calm her down. When Tacey checked into the gym…

September 8, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Dr. Manny Alvarez Published September 06, 2017 Fox News NOW PLAYINGDoes coffee drinking make you live longer? How do you feel about coffee? If you live in America, chances are that you drink it regularly. At several hundred million cups per day, Americans have turned coffee-drinking into more than a nice addition to breakfast. It’s an art form. You might have strong feelings about which kind and what flavor you drink, and you probably consume your concoction religiously at home or in a favorite shop. 5 NURSES SUSPENDED AFTER OPENING BODY BAG TO VIEW DECEASED PATIENT’S GENITALS While you probably…

September 8, 2017 Editor 0Comment

Published September 06, 2017 Fox News A new study shows how much marriage has changed in recent years.  (iStock) In a new study out of the University of Kansas, women are more likely to marry a less-educated man and bring more money to the relationship. “As the number of highly educated women has increased in recent decades, the chances of ‘marrying up’ have increased significantly for men and decreased for women,” the study reports. PREGNANT WOMAN CLAIMS SHE WAS DENIED SERVICE BECAUSE OF BABY BUMP To gather their results, the researchers examined gender-specific changes in financial return on education among people…

August 31, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Lauren Tousignant Published August 31, 2017 New York Post A new study reveals that exposure to thin bodies in the media affects people’s perceptions of what’s beautiful  (iStock) There’s long been a suspicion that daily exposure to slender models and actresses in advertisements has distorted our culture’s idea of beauty. However, since these types of images are pretty much everywhere at this point, it’s a tricky theory to test. But a new study has found that constant exposure to this type of media screws with our self-esteem. And all it takes is 15 minutes. Researchers at the University of Neuchâtel in…

August 28, 2017 Editor 0Comment

By Hilary Sheinbaum Published August 25, 2017 For better or worse, your partner deserves to learn more about your romantic life before you met them.  (iStock) From wild to weird, some people have a more elaborate sexual history than others. (No judgment here!) While the number of partners, specific deed, or fulfilled fantasy is in the past, sometimes history can have an effect on current relationships. There are a few reasons to keep former outrageous antics under wraps, but, in other cases, it’s okay—and even beneficial—to share intimate secrets with someone else, says Tyra S. Gardner, Ph.D., psychotherapist and relationship therapist. “Sharing sexual history…