Monday, October 19th, 2015
RHUBARB contains an ingredient that speedily kills cancer, research has shown.
Adult traits may not be preordained by place in the family heirarchy, researchers say The resource:27
Booking.com Adult traits may not be preordained by place in the family heirarchy, researchers say The resource:27
Research suggests these products won’t cut risk of disease spread or death The resource:27
What’s the best thing you can say about your makeup bag? Probably that it does an adequate job of storing and protecting your makeup. But what if it could do more? What if it was hilarious and also empowering while also storing and protecting your makeup? Intrigued? We thought so. Check out these beauties designed by Kayci Wheatley.
You’ll be amazed at how much weight you can drop in 12 short days! But should you do it? Is it safe? I believe in taking a long term approach to diet and training. Making gradual changes that stick for the long term. And staying away from gimmicks or short term solutions. But there are legitimate times in your life when you need the ability to make rapid physique changes: an upcoming special occasion when to want to look your best to kick off a fat loss goal to putRead More
“For as long as I can remember, my mom has been a Keanu Reeves super fan,” begins Ava Nirul in her essay on Dazed, and as previously mentioned I can say, with complete sincerity, same.
Gwendoline Christie plays the totally badass Brienne of Tarth in Game of Thrones, and she’s about to make her Hunger Games debut as Commander Lyme in Mockingjay Part 2. Oh, and the 36-year-old actress plays a freaking stormtrooper in the new Star Wars movie, out in December. If that wasn’t enough to make you want to be her best friend, today she was named one of Harper Bazaar‘s 2015 Women Who Dare.
Technically, the OhMiBod app doesn’t actually cause toe-curling bursts of satisfaction on its own (we’re not sex robots you can just volume up with a remote control after all), but the vibrators it links to? That’s a different story. OhMiBod, the New Hampshire company that launched its original music vibrator in 2006, recently announced several new additions to its personal-device family. There’s Bluetooth, there’s partner-to-partner interaction, and there’s orgasm-tracking software. So we had to find out: Does technology really make everything better?
The dance floor was empty when I walked in, except for two American girls. Bridget and Amanda; I had just met them outside and they stood right beside the makeshift stage, emphatically gesturing for me to join them. “Get over here,” Bridget yelled over the music, a playlist that had so far featured Grimes, Justin Bieber, and Our Lady Peace. “Why is no one dancing yet?” they asked when I walked over. It was October 15th, 2015, four days before Canada’s federal election, and I was at a fundraiser forRead More