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Tyra Banks opens up about discrimination that she faced in her early career. Now, she's creating opportunities for everybody to experience the glamorous side of modeling.
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The wife of Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang revealed Thursday to CNN that she was sexually assaulted by her obstetrician-gynecologist.
After his weight topped 364 pounds, Martin Hendrickson turned to intermittent fasting to lose weight.
Michelle Williams was met with praise and thanks after giving a powerful speech at the Golden Globes about women's rights.
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2020 is bringing with it the perfect astrological placement to achieve big goals this year. Here's how to make that work in your favor, based on your sign.
Nelson Molina spent over three decades digging through trash. Now he's ready for a museum to display his findings.
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Ashley Graham is among a host of pregnant celebrities who have embraced their evolving bodies, sharing it on social media to inspire a more normalized journey to motherhood.
After following in Barbie's footsteps as a teen fashion model, Tonya Ruiz rejected the doll when she became a mother. But that changed when she became a grandmother.