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I think that was around 2009before I started reading this site, because I remember just looking at it on Yahoonews and wondering why someone would do that to their face. I thought at the time that Brad's daughters put those beads in his beard (Zee
The controversial discovery of 68-million-year-old soft tissue from the bones of a Tyrannosaurus rex finally has a physical explanation. According to new research, iron in the dinosaur's body preserved the tissue before it could decay. The research,
The collection starts with 'Bright N Sparkle' range priced at Rs.1200. The next in line labeled 'White Sparkle' that incorporates the use of special whitening mousses has been priced at Rs...The 'Glow Radiance' tops the price list enlisting this new
Proponents of paying donors for bone marrow cells believe it could boost the number of people willing to participate in the current not-for-pay system. The Obama administration is taking steps to block a federal court ruling that had opened a way to
You already know that if you eat, sleep, and exercise like crap, you're probably going to look and feel like it, too. But how you treat your body today can affect more than just the way you look right now; it can also impact how you'll look in, say,
Washington forward Shawn Kemp Jr. has been diagnosed with Graves' disease, an autoimmune condition affecting the thyroid, but he will continue playing for the Huskies...He was officially diagnosed in early September and was slowed during preseason
Fijians if the issue of underreporting of cancers is to be addressed, says national health adviser Dr Isimeli Tukana. Dr Tukana said while ignorance of prostate cancer in Fiji was a problem, the overarching issue of people not getting regular health
No Shave November is a glorious month filled with the kind of sexy scruffiness that makes you wish you owned a cabin with a fireplace and a bear skin rug. Although, sometimes No Shave November is shorted to Movember ... and so the glorious beards are
A new study suggests compression bandages work as well as daily massage for the treatment of a complication of breast cancer treatment called lymphedema. The condition is the result of the removal or damage of lymph nodes, which drain lymphatic fluid.
A new report finds that one in six New Yorkers and one in five children in the city lack sufficient food. The New York City Coalition Against Hunger's annual report also shows a 10 percent increase at soup kitchens and food pantries from last year.