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How To Desensitize Your Child To A Food Allergy

The news is suddenly full of new recommendations on how to keep your baby allergy free. But what if it is too late to prevent allergies in your household? What if you’ve already seen your little one
'Geography Class For Racist People' Roasts Ignorant Trolls Of The Internet

'Geography Class For Racist People' Roasts Ignorant Trolls Of The Internet

Lilly Singh has had enough with the racist, ignorant comments some people leave on her videos. The popular internet personality, who goes by the name IISuperwomanII on YouTube, systematically tore

Here's How J.K. Rowling Wants To Protest Donald Trump’s UK State Visit

J.K. Rowling has shared a protest plan of action should President Donald Trump make a state visit to the United Kingdom. On Tuesday, the Harry Potter author admitted via Twitter that she would

6 Relaxation Hacks For People Who Hate Meditating

If you suffer from stress and anxiety, odds are someone in your life has mentioned meditation as a way to cope with it. Psychiatrists often recommend this therapy, and for good reason — research based
The 'Single Most Important Race' You've Barely Heard Of Kicks Off Next Week

The 'Single Most Important Race' You've Barely Heard Of Kicks Off Next Week

WASHINGTON ― Next week, voters in New Jersey will begin the process of choosing a new governor, an election that former Vice President Joe Biden recently called the “single most important race in the

Liberal Lion On Donald Trump's Least Favorite Court Lets Him Have It On Immigration

&& A judge on the federal appeals court that President Donald Trump isn’t fond of used his perch to condemn the administration’s punitive approach to immigration enforcement. Stephen

Black Grads Are Deservingly Flaunting Their Masters Degrees With This Hashtag

Black graduate school students are celebrating their accomplishments in an awesome way. In a movement started by Indiana University alumnus Anthony Wright and Columbia University alumnus Brian

Jamaican-Chinese-American Woman Tells Little-Known Story Of 2 Blended Cultures

One woman’s story shows just how diverse the Chinese community actually is. Paula Williams Madison, a retired NBC Universal executive who’s Jamaican-Chinese-American, decided to begin actively

John Legend Responds To WGN America's 'Underground' Cancellation

John Legend is far from pleased with WGN America’s cancellation of “Underground.” Following Tuesday’s announcement that the series is among several the network will cancel, Legend ― who served as the

Why Retirees Are Moving To This Town In Thailand

On a typical morning in Chiang Mai, Thailand, Marie Frederickson wakes up to the sound of temple bells marking the call for Buddhist monks to begin their daily meditation and prayer. This ritual is

You've Been Warned! Don't Fall For These Summer Scams

It happened to Shirley Kroot on a recent visit to Paris: the classic summer vacation scam. “I was walking along the Seine one afternoon and a woman stopped in front of me,” remembers Kroot, a retired

Women Writers Face Major Hurdles, Especially In Bestselling Genres

You’ve probably read the stats: books by women are being reviewed more and more by prestigious outlets, but gender equity in the literary world has yet to be achieved. And, books by women are far less

J.K. Rowling Shuts Down Homophobic Twitter Troll Perfectly

Once again, J.K. Rowling has no time for homophobia. The Harry Potter author, who has never shied away from expressing her political views on social media, found herself the target of an anti-gay

7-Foot-Long Alligator Makes A Splash In Family's Pool

&& When in Florida, remember to check the pool before diving in. That’s what local law enforcement officials are advising after pulling an estimated 7- to 8-foot-long alligator from the

Afro-Feminist Festival Organizers Call Out Paris Mayor For Accusing Them Of Racism

A black feminist festival slated to begin on July 28 in Paris has already been subject to scrutiny and an attempt to be cancelled by the city’s mayor. The Nyansapo Festival ― organized by the Mwasi

Trump Copied Another Family's Coat Of Arms

&& WASHINGTON ― President Donald Trump’s company, the Trump Organization, is marking golf properties and related products in the U.S with a coat of arms that belongs to a different family,

Texas Lawmaker Calls ICE On Group Protesting Anti-Immigrant Law

&& A Republican lawmaker in Texas responded to protests over an anti-immigrant law restricting sanctuary city policies by calling U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials on the

This Is What Heat Stroke Does To Your Body

Temperatures were in the 100s when Vanessa Dunn, a 29-year-old Los Angeles-based makeup artist, was driving back home to California from Virginia last summer. After hours on the road and drinking

Report: Russian Billionaire Linked To Manafort Seeks Immunity To Testify

&& A Russian oligarch who secretly employed Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Paul Manafort, offered to testify before congressional committees investigating Russia’s meddling in the U.S.

Al Franken Lets Loose: 'I Hate Ted Cruz'

Sen. Al Franken (D-Minn.) has actively cultivated a low profile in his nearly eight years in the Senate, refusing most interview requests from national media outlets, building relationships with his