Catherine Zeta-Jones talked about the secrets to a long-lasting relationship and not giving a "s***" what people think.
Experts share how to talk about someone's transition and correct pronouns in an age-appropriate way.
You never knew you needed these — but you absolutely do. They make great gifts too.
The "Steppin' Into the Holiday" star said she's "proud" of how far she's come as she rings in her 39th birthday.
Some like it hot, some just like to chill — these containers do it all
Great for indoor and outdoor movie nights, the Elfin is one small feature shy of perfection.
On this episode of Make Me Up, we're going through the biggest lasha and brow trends
You get a tea set! You get a tea set! Loose leaf, herbal, chai — all beautifully packaged and beautifully priced.
There were more than 17,200 reports of suspected child sex trafficking in the U.S. in 2021. But there are ways to you can help keep your kids safe. Actor and human right activist Marisol Nichols shares her insights at the 2022 MAKERS Conference.
Merely thinking about or seeing someone yawn can make you yawn (you’re probably yawning right now). Most people yawn because they’re tired, but it can also happen unexpectedly and without any triggers. While yawning is typically harmless and only lasts about five to 10 seconds, when it occurs excessively it can actually be a symptom of a serious condition. So why exactly do we yawn? And why is it nearly impossible to stifle a yawn when someone does it in front of you? Watch the video above — and read more here — to find out.