Tag: trends

These Are the Baby-Naming Trends of 2010-2020

It’s no secret that we are wildly fascinated by baby names. So when we saw that the New York Times released a new article about naming trends of the past decade — penned by our fave name guru, Pamela Redmond Satran over at Nameberry — we were on it like butter on toast. Using the

Reese Witherspoon Just Got The Winter Lob of Your Dreams

With all this talk about blunt bobs (Kim Kardashian, Bella Hadid and Sophie Turner have all embraced the sharp chop), we feared the long bob might be over. But leave it to Reese Witherspoon and her stunning new ultra-flattering hair update to being the lob back. The Big Little Lies star gave her Instagram followers a first look at the cut

The Food Trends That Are Going to be Huge in 2019

In 2018, we saw the rise of avocado toast, unicorn everything, over-the-top milkshakes and cocktails, the Instant Pot and Insta-friendly restaurants (because if you didn’t Instagram it, did you even go?). And the predictions for 2019 are in. While they don’t sound quite as colorful or ‘gram-friendly, they do seem to put health and diversity

Mixed trends in teenage ‘new smoker’ rates in Europe

In most of Europe, the rates of smoking initiation among older teens have declined since the 1970s, while “new smoker” rates among younger teens have risen in recent years, according to a study published August 22, 2018 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by an international team of researchers involved in the Ageing Lungs in

Study defines spending trends among dual-eligible beneficiaries

While there has been much effort to control spending for individuals eligible for both Medicaid and Medicare in the United States, for the first time a team of Vanderbilt University health policy researchers have analyzed spending trends for this population over a multiyear period in order to gain a much clearer understanding of exactly how

These Are The Top 10 Fitness Trends For 2018

Burpee/push up combo just not cutting it? It’s time to nix the stale workouts and completely overhaul your training regime. Enter: the American College of Sports Medicine. They’ve scoured the globe to find the hottest fitness trends for 2018. So, put these on your must-try list and prepare to sweat. 1. High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT): With

‘90s Baby Names Are Making A Comeback

First it was scrunchies, then it was bum bags, then – for one terrifying moment – the return of the skinny brow: and now ‘90s-era baby names are suddenly back in fashion. Parenting website BabyCentre has listed their ‘90s baby name predictions for boys and girls, and they sound pretty much the same as your Year 1

CDC IDs outbreak trends tied to treated recreational water

(HealthDay)—Outbreaks associated with treated recreational water with confirmed infectious etiology are usually caused by Cryptosporidium, Legionella, or Pseudomonas, according to research published in the May 18 issue of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report. Michele C. Hlavsa, M.P.H., from the CDC in Atlanta, and colleagues describe 493 outbreaks

Doctors evaluate 4 popular trends in dieting

Thinking of trying that trendy diet your friends raved about on Instagram? Before you’re ready to declare the latest celebrity fad the best diet plan, check the science first. While many diets promise quick weight loss, they often have a downside. We asked two USC experts to help us separate truth from hype for four