The first woman ventured into space more than fifty years ago: Valentina Tereshkova in 1963. Since then, nearly 60 other women have followed in her footsteps.
A new study finds that those fast food drive-thru hamburgers and take-out pizzas could increase your exposure to hormone-disrupting chemicals called phthalates.
The dynamic between Emily Kramer-Golinkoff and her mother, Liza Kramer, is unique. They’re not just mother and daughter, but also two executives working on a multimillion-dollar venture.
As Christoph Soeder began photographing women with alopecia, he wasn’t sure exactly how to capture them.
For the first time, an official from the NFL publicly acknowledged a connection between football and CTE. CNN’s Coy Wire reports.
Just the thought of quitting cold turkey is probably enough to make any smoker uneasy. But a recent study adds support to the notion that people who give up cigarettes all at once are more likely to be successful than those who wean themselves off gradually.
Parents are faced with a lot of difficult questions when they’re getting ready to give birth. Should the mother get an epidural? Is saving umbilical cord blood worth it? They may even ponder eating the placenta.
Lucy, a cross between a Labrador retriever and an Irish water spaniel, failed miserably at guide dog school. As she was curious and easily excitable, random scents distracted Lucy from her master’s path, and it wasn’t long before she was unceremoniously kicked out.
Christine Carugati, 18, of Langhorne, Pennyslvania started getting recruited to play college lacrosse the summer after the ninth grade. You heard that right — when she just finished her freshman year in high school.
“A very tall young man with broad shoulders and a trim body… his grey/blue eyes sparkle on his perfectly symmetrical face and give him a touch of mischievousness when he smiles.”