Jacqueline Adan says she’s been overweight all her life, and has always avoided going to the beach or pool. After losing 350 pounds though, she decided it was time to change that on a recent vacation in Mexico. “I was nervous to take my cover up off and to walk into the pool or walk on the beach,” the California preschool teacher wrote on Instagram.
Scout Schultz, a Georgia Tech student, was shot by campus police on Saturday night, and a protest two days later led to arrests. In the aftermath of those events, Yahoo Lifestyle talked to a friend of Schultz’s to gain some perspective on what happened and why.
After suffering an embarrassing incident at an amusement park, Milad Safi decided to conquer his emotional eating once and for all.
At their best, pregnancy apps can supplement info your doc's given you, keep you updated on your baby's development, and simply connect you with fellow moms-to-be who have the same questions and concerns as you do. Whether you're a seasoned Kegel-er or a total newcomer to pelvic floor exercises, this app deserves a spot on your phone. Childbirth can affect your pelvic floor strength (which you need to avoid incontinence and pain during sex), but adding a few basic exercises into your daily routine while pregnant is a great preventative measure.
“Tweeting this because my young daughter is fighting breast cancer,” a mom wrote in a social media post. “If it gets 1 retweet it might save a life.”
In a photo she posted to Facebook, Kynse Leigh, a recent organ-transplant recipient, stands in front of her house and some downed tree branches while making a plea through a hot-pink-lettered sign: “Hot single female seeks sexy lineman to electrify her life.”
Musician Moira Dela Torre shared a candid Facebook post about having psoriasis and that she's done covering it up.
The ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ and ‘Private Practice’ star said playing a TV doctor didn’t prepare her for the experience.
LaCroix fever has swept the country in the past few years, with news of the new Key Lime flavor making waves, and making LaCroix diehards — a.k.a. LaCroix boix – giddy with excitement.
Tom Brady adheres to an unconventional anti-inflammatory diet that he’s detailing in a new book, "The TB12 Method: How to Achieve a Lifetime of Sustained Peak Performance."
Actress Felicity Huffman says that following a probiotic regimen has kept her life running smoothly, both personally and professionally.
A recent study published in PLOS One found whether a woman is on the pill or not can influence her voice tone, and potentially how attractive she is to men. Women who were not using hormonal contraceptives showed some changes in their voice across their menstrual cycle compared to their counterparts. Specifically, they had a lower minimum pitch in the late follicular phase, near ovulation, when fertility is the highest, compared to the menstrual phase.
"Anything like sex is such a taboo topic in Russia that we never had those conversations," says Natalia Vodianova.
About 1.5 million Americans have lupus, and it disproportionally affects women, many of whom develop it between the ages 15 and 44.
In the second part of our exclusive interview with Aaron Carter, the singer sits down with ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez for the results of his STD tests, which also included an HIV test. The singer reached out to the show to set the record straight about his July arrest, drug abuse allegations, extreme weight loss, family issues, his sexuality and to hopefully gain a better understanding his health issues. Prior to the results, a visibly nervous Aaron tells The Doctors he is worried most about testing positive for HIV, as not all of his sexual experiences had been safe.
In the second part of our exclusive interview with Aaron Carter, ER physician Dr. Travis Stork and gastroenterologist Dr. Jorge Rodriguez urge the singer to get care at a rehab facility... but will he go? Following an emotional sit-down with The Doctors, where they revealed to Aaron that he tested negative for all STDs and that his liver, kidney, thyroid, and stomach are healthy, but that he is suffering from malnourishment and endangering his health with the mixing of prescription medications, the singer seems receptive to receiving help. Watch: Will Aaron Carter Take the First Step to Recovery?
The following material contains mature subject matter and may not be suitable for young audiences. The massage, sometimes called a yoni or tantric massage includes touching, deep breathing and herbs and steam for "down there." And sometimes even an orgasmic release. The idea is to help your mind and body, releasing anxiety and stress and improve your sexual sensitivity and orgasms.
Urologist Dr. Jennifer Berman puts the Mona Lisa Touch laser procedure to the test. Dr. Berman says she been dealing with stress incontinence and dryness in the private parts. Gynecologist Dr. Peter Weiss explains that in the Mona Lisa Touch procedure, “A CO2 fractionated laser treats women who have atrophic vaginitis in menopausal women, the thinning out and drying.” But it’s also helpful for women who haven’t yet reached menopause, like Dr. Berman.
Erin’s eating is disordered as well. “I don’t feel like I have an issue with food,“ Erin claims, but then she reveals that she had an eating disorder at age 15. “Food is also a problem,” Dr. Foster tells her.
Pamela’s rare skin disorder was affecting her nose and ruining her life. Dermatologist Dr. Sonia Batra determined she was suffering from an advanced form of rosacea called Rhinophyma. Dermatologist Dr. Ann Zedlitz offered her skilled expertise and talents to help transform her nose.
Zach, who lost over 300 pounds, is back to show off his new body after having his excessive skin removed. When he visited The Doctors, he had transformed from 460 pounds in 2014 to an amazing 150 pounds two years later following a gastric bypass. Zach was left an excessive amount of extra skin following his dramatic weight loss.
The following material contains graphic images that may be disturbing. Dermatologist Dr. Sandra Lee, aka Dr. Pimple Popper, has racked up more than 170 million Youtube views for her gruesome extraction videos. Family Medicine Specialist Dr. John Gilmore, known as “Big Poppa,” has more than 10 million Youtube views and is rising fast in the pimple-popping ranks.