Howard Stern

  • Howard Stern's Wife Beth Rescues Kitten After It Was Allegedly Placed in a Freezer

    Beth Stern Rescues Kitten After It Was Allegedly Placed in Freezer

  • This Scottish fold kitten got dumped for the saddest reason

    Eloise, a pretty kitten with a slight eye problem, was about to be euthanized when an angel stepped in and rescued her. It was far from the first time Beth Stern had saved a cat.

  • Miley Cyrus gets a 'little butterfly' when Liam Hemsworth has a hot female co-star

    Miley Cyrus made her first appearance on "The Howard Stern Show" and chatted about her relationship with Liam Hemsworth and giving up smoking weed.

  • Justin Bieber and Marilyn Manson End T-Shirt Feud After Pop Star Apologizes for 'Coming Off as an A**hole'

    Justin Bieber and Marilyn Manson End T-Shirt Feud After Pop Star Apologizes for 'Coming off as an A--Hole'

  • Former Miss Universe Alicia Machado confronts online body shamers

    Former beauty queen Alicia Machado is confronting body shamers who claim she’s “chubby” and “overweight.”

  • Beth Stern Gives Cat Lovers a Very Good Look

    Beth Stern makes cat lovers look good. The 44-year-old former model has emerged as one of today’s most vocal, active, and hands-on animal-rescue activists, and she uses her social media channels (her Instagram account is a cat lover’s dream) to foster and adopt out kittens and grown felines. Today she’s appearing on the inaugural Hallmark Channel production of Meow Madness, featuring 100 kitties as they compete in a faux tournament.

  • Howard Stern Named Best Hair in America

    For the second year in a row, Grooming Lounge, which operates upscale barbershops and men’s spas in addition to having its own line of products, has deemed radio legend Howard Stern as having the “Best Men’s Hair in America.” Company founder Mike Gilman presented the SiriusXM radio host with a commemorative trophy this morning on The Howard Stern Show. “Today he had a song about the award, about how his hair is better than Brad Pitt’s and George Clooney’s,” he said.

  • This Is What Happens When You Don’t Wash Your Sheets

    “Once a week is a safe amount of time, as long as there’s no bodily secretions or any potential risk factors,” Marilyn C. Roberts, PhD, professor of environmental and occupational health sciences at the School of Public Health at the University of Washington, tells Yahoo Health. The germy bad news Let’s start with infectious fluids that can soak into your linens, such as urine, vomit, diarrhea, and fecal spray, “which should be changed right away.” And while ear drainage from an ear infection is more likely to happen in a child’s bed, it’s worth noting, since the puss and bacteria left on the sheets can also “be very infectious.”  Related: You Don’t Want to Know What’s Lurking on Your Toothbrush While many “typical” infections are transmitted from person to person, Roberts explains that some skin infections can be “caught” between the sheets. “Skin infections can be from foamite, so it can go from a person to a sheet and back to another person.” And some bed partners are more susceptible to certain skin infections, like MRSA, such as a person who is obese (“it’s very hard to keep your skin clean”) or a swimmer (“your skin tends to break down and is less protective”), someone who has cuts and abrasions (“those can more likely get infected”) or a compromised immune system, or an older person (“and that depends on the person, since old can be 65 or 95”).