Add it to the list of things you should avoid doing on Facebook: Don’t post photos of yourself posing with an afterbirth that isn’t yours.
The answer is nothing to do with a penchant for post-pregnancy champagne, but more the fiscal realities of the world we all inhabit.
Thursday’s links party like a movie star, except with cheaper drinks.
If your boss catches you on YouTube, just tell her you’re enhancing your creativity. (via Healthland)
According to a new survey, 25% of women think about food every half an hour, compared to the 10% of women who think about sex over the same time span.
An improved financial situation is as desired as losing weight this year. Except in Asia.
Not too long ago, the guiding rule was thus: Pregnant women should eat no more than 12 ounces of tuna a week. Now, Consumer Reports is changing its tune. No tuna. Period. (via Healthland)
This should come as no surprise to anyone who’s been on I-94 after a Packers game.
As reports circulate about her health, the Queen of Soul is receiving an outpouring of support.
With the passing of Elizabeth Edwards yesterday at 61, the question remains of what will happen to her children, particularly the younger ones, aged 10 and 12. See how her very public life and stages of cancer affected her …
From the Pope’s comments on condoms to a promising new pill, this year has seen some positive steps in the battle against HIV/AIDS. But the fight is far from over.
The formula seems straight-forward: add synthetic estrogen and progestin to your body and your sex drive will diminish.