Every now and again something stops us in our tracks as we mindlessly scroll through various celebrity selfies, vacation pics, and #ootd posts on Instagram. More often than not, the picture that causes us to cease our endless scrolling is food-related, and this year a certain round, bumpy, brightly colored fruit caught our eyes: Sumo
Baby on board! Duchess Meghan and Prince Harry confirmed that they are expecting their first royal baby in October 2018, five months after tying the knot — and they’ve been opening up about her pregnancy ever since. “Their Royal Highnesses The Duke and Duchess of Sussex are very pleased to announce that The Duchess of
(HealthDay)—With growing concern about mosquito-borne viruses such as Zika, it’s easy to let down your guard when it comes to ticks. But Lyme disease is still a danger, especially in the Northeast and upper Midwest. In fact, it has affected people in almost every state. Lyme disease is spread through the bite of an infected
No garlic, no onions, no shellfish, no potatoes, no rice: These are the foods the royal family can’t eat, and there are plenty of other food-related rules the royals must abide by. But with Meghan Markle’s due date rapidly approaching (it’s reported she’s due in late April), we have to know: What can the royal
The debate about the volume of homework that children are being given has been bouncing around the opinion pages of broadsheets and red tops in recent weeks after Gary Lineker tweeted that it was “a waste of time”. As names are called and sides are taken in the debate there are much bigger issues at
Joanna Gaines hasn’t welcomed a newborn for eight long years, but it’s obvious she’s thrilled to be expecting baby No. 5 — and all the delectable accoutrements that baby will require. The Fixer Upper star and Magnolia Market designer just debuted a brand-new baby collection — and some of the items have already sold out.
In the U.S., if you want a face lift or a tummy tuck, it’s generally assumed that you’ll be paying out of pocket. Insurance will tend to cover plastic surgery only when the surgery is deemed “medically necessary” and not merely aesthetic. In Brazil, however, patients are thought of as having the “right to beauty.”