Beyonce and Solange Knowles got a cancer scare when dad Mathew Knowles was diagnosed with a rare case of male breast cancer. They decided to get tested for the mutated BRCA2 gene, which has been linked to cancer. Here are the results. Both sisters tested negative, highlighting the importance and the need to get scanned […]
Beyonce knows how to put on a show and she’s planning a big one for the 2018 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in April. But it doesn’t come easy. She just revealed the Vegan diet she’s following to slim down and build up her endurance. At 36, her body doesn’t respond quite like it did when she was at her peak in her 20s. Her vegan diet is designed to shed unwanted weight and build up endurance for a strenuous stage show, according to her trailer Marco Borges.
Beyonce and Jay-Z have reportedly taken their twin babies home from hospital, even though one of the children weighed just three pounds at birth by Cesarean section June 12. The R&B singer raised eyebrows in February when she announced she was pregnant with twins through In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF). The singer appeared to have opted to have designer babies, a practice frowned upon by the medical profession.
George Clooney and his wife Amal have become parents to twins, Ella and Alexander, suggesting the couple opted to go the route of other celebrities and engineer designer babies. The practice is frowned on by medical ethicists. Amal gave birth this morning (June 6), publicist Stan Rosenfield confirmed.
Beyoncé rocked the world–again–with news that she is pregnant with twins. But the joyous occasion raises a question whether the singer opted for in vitro fertilization to create designer babies. The practice is frowned upon by the medical profession. Celebrities have been known to use in vitro fertilization (IVF) to work in pregnancies around their busy schedules. In some cases, however, celebrities have used the process to pick the sex of their children or in many cases to have twins.