Australian model Meaghan Kausman has publicly shared a professional swimwear fashion shot that she alleges was edited without her knowledge or consent. More »Model outraged at the editing of her own swimwear photos
Beware, Anastasia wannabes: A damning new study has linked young women who read the “Fifty Shades of Grey” series to higher incidences of eating disorders, binge drinking, promiscuity, and abusive relationships. More »Warning: Reading 'Fifty Shades of Grey' May Be Hazardous to Your Health
Before committing to going under the knife for breast implants, some women are trying out a non-invasive procedure that gives them instant gratification for a fleeting 24 hours, the New York Times reports. More »Temporary Saline Breast Enhancement: How Safe Is It?
The latest Scooby Doo mystery is scary — but not because of the usual monsters, ghosts, and bad guys. More »New 'Scooby-Doo' Movie 'Curses' Daphne From Size 2 to Size 8
If you’ve seen “The Giver,” you’ve gotten a glimpse of what it might be like to live in a black and white world. What it’s not like? Being colourblind. More »What People Who are Colourblind (and Their Doctors) Want You to Know
Want to live longer? And as if you were younger? That’s what we call “living beautifully.” Now, what if we told you it was really, really, amazingly easy to do? It sounds like a con, but it’s not. More »The 7 Simplest Ways to Live Longer
When integrative physician Alejandro Junger, MD, published Clean in 2009, his progressive book on detoxing, the wellness cognoscenti stocked their Kindles, bedside tables, and bookshelves with his tome that explained the role of food in giving health—or taking it away. More »15 Must-Have Staples of a Healthy Kitchen
Supermodel Cindy Crawford made headlines this week after appearing on NBC’s “Today” show to raise awareness about the potential dangers of PCB, a common environmental toxin that has turned up at the Malibu high school that her children attend. More »PCBs in Schools: Know the Risks
We all wish we were faster, fitter, stronger and slimmer, but most of us don’t know how we can ever achieve all of these fitness goals. Here we show you how: More »7 essential fitness goals and how to achieve them
Eloping at City Hall may seem like a sign of love so true and everlasting that there’s simply no need to muddle it with elaborate wedding plans, but new research points to another finding: that having a formal wedding — the larger the better, in fact — may actually lead to a happier marriage down the road. More »Who Knew? Bigger Wedding Could Equal Happier Marriage
Nobody wants to be subjected to medical tests they don’t need, but that’s exactly what’s happening to thousands of people across the U.S., according to a new study published online by JAMA Internal Medicine. More »The Medical Tests Some People Over 65 May Not Need
When news broke earlier this month about baby Gammy — the newborn with Down Syndrome who was left (or kept) in Thailand with his surrogate mom while his intended adoptive parents returned to Australia with his twin sister — many were shocked. But not Keston and Andrea Ott-Dahl, a San Francisco, California, couple who had a similar experience right here in America. More »California couple shares surrogate story in wake of Thailand controversy
Not many of us think about recovery. Instead we tend to concentrate on what we do within our gym sessions. Yet, what we do post-workout is just as important. In fact, rest and recovery is key if we want to get fitter and tone-up. If we don’t recover we’ll probably hit a fitness plateau and be unable to progress much beyond what we’ve already achieved. To avoid that frustration, and to reach your fitness potential, make sure you’re helping your body to recover by using some of these five instant recovery heroes: More »Hard gym session? – 5 instant recovery heroes
Most people get a post-workout glow but Taylor Swift takes radiance after a sweat-session to the next level. More »Taylor Swift Reveals the Secret to Her Post-Workout Glow
When 13-year-old Rachel Pepe returns to her New Jersey middle school after summer break this year, it will be her first time attending school as a girl — something Rachel’s mom, Angela Peters, says iscausing a dustup with school administrators. More »Transgender Student Not Alone in Facing Challenges in Middle School
We’ve all heard the saying, “If life gives you lemons, make lemonade.” In fact, that phrase has been used so much that we often associate lemons with only one thing—sugary, tart water—and nothing else. More »5 Awesome Things Lemons Can Do
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, chances are you’ve heard about the much-touted health benefits of vinegar—in particular, apple cider vinegar. More »Will Drinking Vinegar Actually Boost Your Health?
News that Robin Williams had been grappling with a diagnosis of Parkinson’s disease before ending his life has sparked increased interest in the disorder this week. More »So What's the Difference Between ALS and Parkinson's Disease?
A new study shows that those who eat hummus also tend to eat more fibre and less sugar. More »Reason to dip: Hummus eaters have smaller waist sizes