Kim Kardashian, sister Khloe and Kourtney and other celebrities, like Gwyneth Paltrow, often push health products or wacky home remedies, but a Northwestern University doctor warns their advice and health fads can be dangerous. Dr Lauren Streicher, an author, associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology and doctor at Northwestern University, hears about the remedies all the time from her patients.
Jessica Biel has no problem educating her two-year-old son about sex, and shockingly most experts agree… to a point. Once your child starts communicating with speech, sex should be a topic on the table if your child brings it up. Usually at that age the conversation is limited to such topics as touching themselves and taking off their clothes in public, according to the experts
Nick Jonas likes to go a few rounds of martial arts when he’s working out, but sometimes crushing all those boards can have unintended consequences. He show off the results of his most recent workout on social media… a photo of his injured hand next to a bottle of beer. Nick is currently on the road with Bruno Mars.
Zara Larsson is reportedly down with pneumonia. The Swedish singer, who has been making inroads in music since winning at talent competition, is a not so subtle reminder that even teens are susceptible this time of year to bronchial ailments. Larsson, 19, has been ordered to rest for at least the next 10 days. She’s take both antibiotics as well as a cortisone inhaler, according to reports.
Kathleen Turner, best known for sex siren roles in movies like “Body Heat” and “War of the Roses,” says she won’t rule out more plastic surgery as she ages even though she’s 63 and well beyond her early sex kitten years. Turner will admit to having eye lift surgery to rejuvenate her face.
Music mogul Simon Cowell has been taken to hospital following a fall at his mansion in London. The “American Idol” creator was seen wearing a neck brace after he took a fall at around today (Oct. 27) while purportedly going to get a cup of hot milk. His injuries are not believed to be serious. He is currently in hospital undergoing a medical examination.
Miranda Kerr, arguably one of the most beautiful women in the world, has been a top supermodel for more than a decade. Now, 34, she reveals in a new interview the intimate beauty routine she uses to maintain, her healthy, sexy look. And, it begins with her skin. Kerr, who was born in Sidney, Australia and was discovered after winning a beauty contest at 13, says she dry brushes her body every morning.
Kim Kardashian is back in the pregnancy game and she’s already booking revenue from a sketchy morning sickness drug. No, Kim isn’t pregnant, at least not officially. But tabloids are reporting she may be planning a third child through a surrogate. Apparently, that was enough of a hook for her to reach out to her millions of Instagram and Twitter followers today (July 28) with some advice on morning sickness.
Lily Collins has had a front-row seat at fashion shows around the world and does not like what she sees. She says the fashion industry is still fixated on “extremely small girls” and needs another reality check on encouraging health weight models. France led the way two years ago when it passed a law banning “too thin” models on fashion runways.
Haley Williams gave up her career as lead vocalist and primary songwriter for indie rock band Paramore in 2015 because of debilitating depression, which affects 16 million U.S. adults. “For the first time in my life, there wasn’t a pinhole of light at the end of the tunnel,” she says in a new interview. Williams, 28, says she finally sought the help of a therapist to deal with her personal turmoil after she started having dark thoughts about death.
Britney Spears is talking for the first time about a widely publicized 2007 mental breakdown that led to her hospitalization. She says anxiety was at the root of her problem, caused by the constant feeling that she was being judged and tested by everyone. She says the expectations began at an early age and caused her to be “overwhelmed” by the smallest things.
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.
Carrie Fisher, who gained iconic film status as Princess Leia in the early “Star Wars” movies, suffered long afterward with drug problems which she could never kick. An autopsy report released today showed she had heroin, cocaine and ecstasy in her system the day she died. Fisher died suddenly last year (Dec. 27) after suffering cardiac arrest on a flight from London to Los Angeles.
Selena Gomez sent shockwaves through her fan base by publishing a photo on social media that shows her lying on her side with a bandage on her arm and a yellow medical warning risk band that appears to say “fall risk.” Has Selena’s health taken a turn for the worse? That was the big question facing her fans.
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.
Gwyneth Paltrow is the queen of alternative health therapies, but this time she may have gone too far. She’s advocating a purported ancient Chinese method to increase orgasms that involves inserting a small smooth stone in the vagina. Paltrow is known for her natural beauty. The 44-year-old mother of two shows it off in a new photo spread for the January issue of Elle Spain.Paltrow is known for her natural beauty. The 44-year-old mother of two shows it off in a new photo spread for the January issue of Elle Spain.
Donald Trump’s alleged penchant for perverted sex acts includes so-called “golden showers,” according to an intelligence document outlining a Russian blackmail scheme. Whether it’s true or not, Trump has pique interest in the sex practice, raising concerns whether it’s safe and why some find it stimulating. Golden showers is another term for sex that involves urine. Typically one sex partner will urinate on another before, during or after sex.
Carrie Fisher’s sudden and unexpected death of a heart attack was quickly followed by the death of her mother Debbie Reynolds. Did the grief over her daughter’s passing trigger what’s known as the “broken heart” syndrome? Medical experts are mixed in their opinions.
Donald Trump’s family history of Alzheimer’s disease, an issue during his heated primary and presidential campaigns, is once again being talked about in the wake of his habitual and sometimes bizarre Tweets at all hours since becoming president elect. Trump, 70, will be the oldest president ever elected when he takes office in January. His actions over the past year, suggesting he may already be exhibiting early signs of the disease, have not gone unnoticed.
Carrie Fisher, immortalized in film as Princess Leia in the “Star Wars” movies, is facing a grim prognosis after a severe heart attack that left her without a pulse for as long as 15 minutes. In such cases, brain damage is almost unavoidable and likely fatal, according to medical sources. Fisher, 60, suffered the attack on a flight from London to Los Angeles. She traveling home for Christmas after promoting her new memoir, “The Princess Diarist” in Europe.