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Gunner! Sonny! Get to Know 'The Hills’ Next Generation

Mini cast members! Lauren Conrad, Audrina Patridge and more Hills alums have welcomed children over the years. The fashion designer welcomed her eldest son, Liam, in July 2017, three years after she married guitarist William Tell. Charlie arrived in October 2019. The Sweet Little Lies author strives to “find balance” as a working mom, she

Details You Didn’t Know About Libras’ Personalities

If your sun is in Libra, you probably know that this could indicate that you’re indecisive or focused on justice. After all, Libra’s symbol is the scale. There’s more to being a Libra, however, than being upset by inequality and having trouble picking an entrée at a restaurant.  Astrology app Co—Star explains that someone with

What to Know About Quinoa and the Keto Diet

The ketogenic diet is a popular low-carb, high-fat diet that often involves tracking net carbs. Those “net” carbs are generally defined as the amount of carbohydrates in a food or drink that your body can digest and use for energy. The idea behind keto, after all, is to move your body away from using carbs

EXPLAINER: How do I know when to get my 2nd vaccine shot?

As U.S. health officials try to get COVID-19 vaccines to people more quickly, it’s already time for some people to get their second shots. So who’s keeping track to make sure you get the correct second dose, and on time? And who can see that information? It’s one of the many logistical issues health officials

Kundalini stress-relief tools everyone should know

Energy work has recently come into its own as a full-fledged self-care tool. Many of these energy healing tools come at the hands of others; whether it’s through reiki, acupuncture, or even massage, these healings often involve another person. Kundalini yoga was the “first yoga ever created” that helps you move your own energy, per Yoga

What people with high blood pressure need to know about COVID-19

Many people have concerns about staying healthy during the COVID-19 pandemic. Those with a chronic condition such as high blood pressure—a reading above 130/80—may face an increased risk for severe complications if they get the virus. With nearly half of Americans dealing with high blood pressure, the American Heart Association, the world’s leading nonprofit organization

At eight months, babies already know their grammar

Even before uttering their first words, babies master the grammar basics of their mother tongue. Thus, eight-month-old French infants can distinguish function words, or functors—e.g., articles (the), personal pronouns (she), or prepositions (on)—from content words—e.g., nouns (rainbow), verbs (to drive), or adjectives (green). Functors are frequently encountered because there are fewer of them, and they

Everything You Need to Know About Taco Bell's New 'Veggie Mode'

Taco Bell is known for releasing some pretty wild items, like a Buffalo Chicken Nacho Fries Burrito. But the company’s newest innovation, called “Veggie Mode,” helps you order vegetarian food more easily. Once activated on the restaurant’s self-service kiosk, you’ll see only American Vegetarian Association-certified menu items. So what’s that? Basically, this designation indicates that

What everyone should know about cleft lip

After discussing actor Joaquin Phoenix’s appearance on her talk show earlier this month, Wendy Williams received near universal condemnation for mocking those affected with cleft lip—a common birth defect in which the upper lip does not form completely while still an embryo. To her credit, Williams was quick to apologize. Note that it is also

Did You Know AI is about to Restore the Sixth Sense in Bionic Limbs?

Thanks to Science, bionic robots made from fully prosthetic limbs are now possible. We’ve come long from a pure Sci-Fi standpoint in The Six Million Dollar Man to the present age where limbs can be replaced with fully-functional bionic ones. Kinesthesia/proprioception refers to the awareness of the brain to identify movement and positioning of one’s

Back-to-School Discounts & Freebies You NEED to Know

Back-to-school is here, and no matter what grade your kids are in, from kindergarten to college, you’re likely going back-to-school shopping. Is it just us, or does it seem like each year the shopping list gets a little bit longer? And while sure, pens and notebooks are only a couple dollars, those costs can add