Patricia Felan

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The Rise of the Teenage Breast Reduction

A growing number of young patients are opting for the procedure—but their age comes with its own set of medical and insurance challenges.<p>I was sitting topless on crinkly paper in a room with white walls and toothpaste-green privacy curtains hanging from the ceiling to separate the hospital beds. …

University of Chicago

Mars Curiosity Rover Allegedly Discovers ‘Martian Robot’, Excites Alien Hunters

Mars Curiosity rover is an alien hunter’s dream come true, and this has been seen through the many reported discoveries and anomalies the rover has …

7 Counterintuitive Ways To Lose Weight

It doesn't matter if you're a half-marathon runner or a couch potato looking for a lifestyle change -- most of us have told ourselves something similar from time to time as we catch a glimpse of our reflection in the bathroom mirror: I could stand to lose a few pounds.<p>We are notorious for giving …

Weight Loss

Make Homemade Candy Cane Fudge Like a Boss

It's almost too pretty to eat. Almost.<p>Candy cane fudge will be beautiful on your dessert table this year. Sweet peppermint fudge is all decked out for the holidays!<p>Well, here I am as the candy contributor FINALLY bringing you a holiday treat. I say it all year long, that fudge can be enjoyed any …

Fudge

5 Hearty Soups and Stews to Warm You Up

If you're in need of a little pick-me-up, these soul-satisfying soups are just the ticket. You can make this smoky chickpea lentil soup with ingredients you likely have on hand -- and it's ready in 30 minutes yet tastes like you spent all day in the kitchen.<p><b>1. White Chicken Chili</b><p>I've tried many …

Recipes

Humanist chaplain John Figdor: “Religion introduces moral problems that wouldn’t exist otherwise”

<b>Charlton Heston as Moses in "The Ten Commandments"</b><p>Let’s start with this one: “There is no God”<p>Michael Schulson<p>December 7, 2014 11:59am (UTC)<p>When students come to John Figdor, the humanist chaplain at Stanford, they’re often comfortable with their atheism. Big questions about God aren’t necessarily …

How The Victoria’s Secret Angels Get In Shape

• Grazia<br>• Life<br>• Health Fitness<p>by Rebecca Cope | 10 11 2016<p>In just under three weeks, Alessandra Ambrosio, Adriana Lima, Gigi Hadid, Taylor Hill, Josephine …

2014 American Music Awards: 12 things you didn't see on TV

The American Music Awards went off without a notable hitch on Sunday.<p>The dozen-plus performances were overly cautious, albeit with the predictable amounts of bare skin. There were no onstage surprises, or major mishaps (other than perhaps Wyclef Jean's inability to take off his jacket) to buzz …

Rare ‘black seadevil’ anglerfish caught on film in Monterey Bay

The deepest reaches of the ocean contain some of earth’s most incredible creatures. They’re also some of the most bizarre.<p>On Nov. 17, Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute Senior Scientist Bruce Robison and his team filmed an elusive “black seadevil” anglerfish 1,900 feet deep in the Monterey …

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Kendall Jenner

'Mockingjay': Is it time to end Hollywood's final-book mitosis?

It was an accident, or at least an anomaly, when it first happened about five years ago. J.K. Rowling's final Harry Potter book, suffixed "The Deathly Hallows," would get the two-movie treatment.<p>As producer David Heyman explained then, the seventh tome in the long-running smash series "is so rich, …

Report: China building 'airstrip capable' island in disputed waters

China is building an island in the South China Sea that could accommodate the country's first airstrip in bitterly contested waters, according to satellite images analyzed by IHS Jane's Defence Weekly.<p>Reclamation at Fiery Cross Reef on the western edge of the disputed Spratly islands is creating a …

Extreme shrimp may hold clues to alien life

Shrimp crawling around rock chimneys spewing hot water deep in the Caribbean Sea may hold clues to the kinds of life that can thrive in extreme environments on other planets, NASA says.<p>The shrimp are called Rimicaris hybisae (no, we can't pronounce it either). They live in clumps on hydrothermal …