"A touch of highlighter gives you such natural radiance, you hardly need any other makeup," says Mally Roncal. "Once women try it, they never want to go without it." Her technique is beyond easy and supersubtle. From Redbook
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A mother responds to a recent CBS report on Iceland's abortion rate and almost non existent Down syndrome population.
In 2015, after the decline of his relationship led him to weight gain and an eating addiction, Simon Tasker got fit by way of a healthier lifestyle.
If you're overweight but eat a good diet and exercise often, you're probably healthy. But new research finds that being overweight or obese can affect your future health.
The mom of a girl with Type 1 diabetes has called out a public park employee who allegedly kept the girl from riding a water slide because of the insulin pump she wears attached to her stomach.
Staring up at the ceiling, bottomless, too wet, and cold. He tells me I'm doing great and we can just go ahead.
The family of a bodybuilder is blaming her recent death on an excessive intake of protein shakes, Yahoo 7 News reports. According to Yahoo 7, Meegan Hefford was found unconscious in her apartment in Western Australia on June 19, and was pronounced dead days later.
Bachelor alum Vienna Girardi has just suffered an incredible loss. The reality star wrote a heartbreaking Facebook post where she detailed the events leading up to her twin daughters' death. Girardi announced in mid-June of this year that she was expecting twins.
The reason for this lethargy is simple: Your body is working hard to keep you cool, and this extra labor makes you feel tired, said Dr. Michele Casey, the regional medical director at Duke Health in North Carolina. "Your body, especially in the sun, has to work hard to maintain a consistent, normal, internal temperature," Casey told Live Science. This allows warm blood to cool off, releasing heat as it travels near the skin, Casey said.
An incarcerated 33-year-old mom is fighting for the right to breastfeed her baby during family visits. Monique Hidalgo, who has opioid-use disorder, gave birth to her daughter while incarcerated in a New Mexico state prison. Last week a state judge ruled that Hidalgo, and all incarcerated women in New Mexico, have the right to breastfeed under the state Constitution.
Humans of New York never fails to elicit emotion. This post also hails from HONY photographer Brandon Stanton's ongoing trip to Russia, and it's a heavy one. Stanton met with a young woman in St. Petersburg who shared her story of an abusive relationship with a man who "expected obedience." It's truly crushing — but there's a hopeful and inspiring ending.
This is the no-nonsense cellulite article you've been looking for. We're not here to BS you about miracle potions and we're not here to shuttle you off to a room full of magic, cellulite-banishing lasers.
Bruno Mars revealed during his Saturday concert in Auburn Hills, Michigan that he had donated $1 million to aid victims of the water crisis in Flint.
"This hospital wasn't always like this," says Douglas Jablon, the senior vice president of...
Mikaa Wilkins's husband was "caught in the act," and she wants everyone to know. Not to shame him for the dozen roses she spotted him buying or to draw any negative attention, but instead to honor her amazing husband for his special tradition.
We've updated this post to acknowledge a Facebook user's observation. Ever since the Affordable Care Act mandated the coverage of birth control in 2010, there's been a fair amount of backlash to the provision.
An Oregon mother whose newborn died after he was smothered in her hospital bed is suing the hospital where she gave birth and a nurse who practices there.
Pregnancy and childbirth care is one such instance, according to a recent deep data dive from the Wall Street Journal. Pregnant people in rural areas of the U.S. died of pregnancy-related complications 64% more often in 2015 than people in urban areas, according to the WSJ — which is a shift from 2000, when maternal death rate was higher in urban areas. Truly terrifying data visualizations from the report show how drastically rural areas are in need of doctors.