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Bus Conductor Punished For Letting Pigeon Ride Bus For Free

Countries around the world have some strange laws. One on the books in India, however, has ruffled a few feathers...

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China Builds Subway Station In The Middle Of Nowhere

Nearly everyone has experienced driving in an unknown area and accidentally turning down a dead-end street. It sucks, but that...

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North Korea Threatens to Karate Chop Off Head Of South Koreaas Ex-President

Kim Jong-un isn’t messing around. The tiny tyrant continues missile testing, including firing an ICBM, and talking about using nuclear...

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Cow Born With Human-like Head Proclaimed A God

Everything happens for a reason. At least that is the stance of one animal sanctuary owner in India. When he...

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Indian Boy Grows Second Nose On Forehead

There is the old phrase, “Don’t cut off your nose to spite your face.” It means don’t make an overreaction...

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Can Covid Masks Help With Seasonal Allergies?

Can Covid Masks Help With Seasonal Allergies? It’s pretty widely known that face masks, in general, can help reduce the spread of respiratory infections such as covid and the flu. But did you know they can help limit the number…

  • Allergies
  • Allergy tips

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Why We Love Whirlpool a

Why We Love Whirlpool Air Purifiers a As a brand, WhirlpoolA(r) and its air purifiers represent innovation, simplicity, dependability, and, most importantly, affordability. Their space-saving and energy-efficient designs are approachable and easy to use, resulting in a solid and lasting…

  • Air Purifiers
  • Allergies
  • Asthma
  • Blog Air Purifiers

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Why We Love Miele

Why We Love Miele – For over 120 years, Miele has been building appliances through constant innovation and meticulous devotion to detail. Their long-standing reputation of reliability and expert craftsmanship ensures their machines are built to last. Many typical vacuum…

  • Blog News

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How to Relieve Allergy Symptoms on a Budget a

How to Relieve Allergy Symptoms on a Budget – Allergies are difficult enough on their own without the added expenses of doctor’s visits, medicines, and costly remedies. Luckily, there are many ways to keep costs down. Investing in the right…

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  • Allergy tips
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  • Cleaning

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Staying Healthy Indoors In 2022 a

Staying Healthy Indoors In 2022 a Each new year brings new chances for change, improved health, and a higher sense of wellbeing. This, coupled with being stuck indoors due to seasonal weather and changing times, means staying healthy at home…

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  • Allergies
  • Allergy Bedding
  • Allergy tips
  • Asthma
  • Blog Allergy tips
  • Blog Cleaning
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  • Cleaning
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  • Vacuum Cleaners

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Deep Cleaning in the Deep of Winter a

Deep Cleaning in the Deep of Winter a It’s widely known that people love to freshen their homes and give them a good spring cleaning. This is especially true if you suffer from asthma or allergies since this time of…

  • Blog News

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The Important Role Sleep Plays in Weight Loss

The Important Role Sleep Plays in Weight Loss a Here at Achoo, were all about fighting allergies. Did you know that allergies can affect the quality of sleep you get? And have you heard before that sleep can influence weight…

  • Allergies
  • Allergy tips
  • Miscellaneous

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Why Use A Humidifier

Why Use A Humidifier a Whether it’s due to winter cold or summer air conditioners, dry air and low humidity levels in your home can have many negative impacts on your health. Most often, dry air affects our skin, causing…

  • Blog Humidifiers
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October is Indoor Air Quality Awareness Month a

Why our IAQ is so important – Did you know, according to the American Lung Association, we take an average of 21,600 breaths per day and spend about 90% of our days indoors? Did you also know that our time…

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Easy Tips To Regulate Humidity Levels When Growing Indoors

When it comes to maintaining healthy humidity levels in greenhouses, nurseries, or indoor grow rooms, many factors come into play. Excess moisture can lead to mold and mildew growth, and other various plant diseases. On the flip side, too low…

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How Herbal Supplements Sent One Woman to the ER

The 56-year-old experienced a dangerous heart rhythm disorder after taking high doses of hemp oil containing CBD and CBG and berberine supplements.

Injections of Your Own Fat Could Help Arthritic Hands

Researchers report injections of body fat into aching, arthritic finger joints appear to produce significant and lasting improvements in hand function and a decrease in pain.

What Is Adultification Bias?

Learn what adultification bias is, what it looks like, and what you can do to stop it.

Is There Mental Health Help If Youare in Prison?

What mental health resources are available for people in prison? Get the facts.

U.S. COVID Deaths Hit 1 Million: 'History Should Judge Us'

Case numbers are rising again, and the U.S. reaches a once unimaginable and grim milestone.

Pfizer COVID Vaccine Saved 110,000 American Lives, Study Says

Researchers report use of the Pfizer COVID vaccine A prevented more than 110,000 deaths and 690,000 hospitalizations in the U.S. in 2021.

New Fertility Breakthrough for Male Cancer Survivors

Frozen testicular tissue is still viable after 23 years, University of Pennsylvania scientists say. The discovery could aid fertility preservation for boys getting cancer treatment.

Patch to Warn of Drug Overdose in Development

The patch will have sensors that track the wearer's pulse, blood pressure and blood oxygen levels.

The 7-Hour Itch: 3 Women With Eczema Describe the Ways They Combat Nighttime Flare-Ups

Three women with eczema describe how they combat nighttime flare-ups.

A Motheras Love: The Challenges of Parenting a Child With Eczema

Two moms reveal the great lengths they went to in their determination to give their children relief and good health.

Pregnant and Have IBD? A GI Doc's Help Can Be Crucial

Women with IBD face several concerns related to their reproductive health decisions, from contraception to pregnancy to delivery. Research shows that IBD and certain drugs can impact fertility and pregnancy and pose risks for preterm birth and small gestational age.

Our Brains Learn From Mistakes and Can Track Performance

Our ability to try new things and learn from successes and failures depends a lot on cells in the brain's frontal lobe behind the forehead, report researchers who learned more from new lab tests.

4 Air Force Cadets May Not Graduate Over Vaccine Refusal

Four seniors at the U.S. Air Force Academy may not be allowed to graduate May 25 because they have refused to take a COVID-19 vaccine.

U.S. aVulnerablea to COVID Without New Shots, White House Says

The U.S. will become increasingly vulnerable to the coronavirus in the fall and winter if Congress doesnat approve new funding for more vaccines and treatments, Ashish Jha, MD, the White House COVID-19 response coordinator, said Thursday.

Are You Fit for Your Age? What Really Counts

Learn what it means to be fit, how to get there, and what benchmarks you should use to determine if youare on track for your age.

What Health Care Is Available if Youare Experiencing Homelessness?

If you currently donat have reliable housing, you may want to know about health care for people who are experiencing homelessness.

If Abortion Becomes Banned, Women Still Have Some Options

Many people living in the states with the most stringent laws blocking access to abortions may be unable to travel to states with looser restrictions. While it might be legally perilous to do so, experts say that taking abortion pills that have been ordered online is medically safe to use beyond 11 weeks of pregnancy.

How Do Patients Feel About AI in Health Care? It Depends

A new survey looks at what patients think about AI playing a role in their health care diagnosis and management.

Being Unable to Afford Healthy Food Can Raise Diabetes Risk

A new report suggests young adults who can't afford healthy food and turn to cheaper, less nutritious options are at higher risk for diabetes later in life.

Are 'Climate-Friendly' Options on Restaurant Menus Coming Soon?

A new study finds many people are ready to consider the climate crisis in their everyday decisions, even when they just want to have a nice meal.

Some Smokers Don't Get Lung Cancer; Genetics Might Be Why

Smoking can cause cell mutations that lead to lung cancer, but some people appear to have a genetic defense against it.

Working It Out: How to Minimize Eczema Flare-ups at the Gym and on the Job

Three keys to managing your eczema at the gym and then heading off to a productive and itch-free workday.

Study shows Mediterranean Diet Helps Young Men With Depression

Young men with a poor diet reported a decrease in symptoms of depression when they switched to the Mediterranean diet compared to young men who underwent befriending therapy, a new study shows.

Leftover Opioids? Mailed Kits Double Rate of Proper Disposal

A new study that finds patients with unused opioid pills after surgery are much more likely to dispose of them properly if they have kits to do so.

Spain May Approve Workplace Menstrual Leave

Spain is considering allowing women to take three days off from work per month if they experience severe menstrual pain, making it the first Western nation to offer such a benefit.

Espresso Coffee Linked With Higher Cholesterol

New research suggests espresso coffee consumption is associated with higher total cholesterol levels, particularly in men.

Knowing How the Brain Reacts to Smells May Help Fight Disease

Neuroscientists use mathematical models to reproduce how the brain processes smell.

Many Wrongly Think Tap Water Is Safe for At-Home Medical Use

While most people who responded to a nationally representative survey correctly stated that tap water could contain bacteria or other living organisms, they also said that it could be safely used for nasal rinsing and washing contacts.

1 in 4 Hospital Physicians 'Mistreated' by Patients, Visitors

A new study also reveals female doctors are nearly two times more likely than male doctors to face abuse.

Smell, Taste Loss Less Likely With Newer COVID Variants

A new study finds loss of smell and taste are much less likely with the Omicron variant than the earlier Alpha and Delta versions of the coronavirus.

Another COVID Surge is Here, But It May Be Less Severe

Experts weigh in on what today's numbers and case trajectories could mean for tomorrow's COVID-19 picture across the U.S.

Half-a-Million Pounds of Precooked Chicken Recalled

Wayne Farms LLC has recalled about 585,030 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken breasts because the product may be undercooked, according to the the U.S. Department of Agricultureas Food Safety and Inspection Service.

Sobering Statistic: U.S. Gun Homicides Increased 35% in 2020

Firearm suicides also remained high a in 2020, 79% of all homicides and 53% of all suicides involved firearms, according to a new CDC Vital Signs report published Tuesday.

6 Ways to Cause Knee Damage and Ruin Your Knees

Find out how to avoid knee damage.

Arthritis Pain and Sleep

Arthritis pain can make it difficult to sleep, and lack of sleep can aggravate joint pain. Try these tips from WebMD to break the vicious cycle.

Taking Racism out of the Kidney Disease Equation

Kidney care in the U.S. is at a watershed moment of moving past a deeply entrenched, institutionally racist equation.

Study Supports Colonoscopies for Women Under 50

A new study claims colonoscopies in younger women can significantly cut their risk of colon cancer.

Nasal Sprays for COVID Vaccine Being Developed

Scientists worldwide are working on COVID vaccines delivered through nasal sprays that could stop the coronavirus from invading the body at its most common entry point, the mucous membrane of the nose and throat.

Alabama Criminalizes Transgender Medical Treatments For Minors

Alabama is the first state to make it illegal for doctors to provide gender-affirming medical care to transgender people under the age of 19.

11 Things You Didn't know About Twin Pregnancies

If you are expecting twins and don't know what to expect, you are not alone. Here's some advice from experts about what's in store for you and your twins.

What to Eat as You Age

Your dietary needs change as you age. WebMD advises what should be on your grocery list.

Normal Aging Process: Changes, Memory, Eyesight, Hearing, and More

Curious if your bodyas aging is normal? WebMD discusses healthy and normal signs of aging.

Are Ants the Future of Cancer Detection?

Researchers have explored using medically trained dogs to sniff out cancer. Now French scientists say ants can do the job, too -- only faster and cheaper.

Ohio State Warns of Fake Adderall Pills After Two Students Die

The fake Adderall pills contain the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl and are fueling increases in overdoses and hospitalizations.

Mosquitoes Genetically Modified to Stop Disease Pass Early Test

To curb the spread of mosquito-borne illnesses like dengue and Zika, scientists have genetically modified the insects and released them in the U.S. Early results from the pilot study are promising.

The Wrong Side of 70: How I Found Myself Surrounded by Specialists

How does a 74-year-old man, who just 3 years ago was faring well with the modest ministrations of a primary care doctor and a dermatologist, find himself awash in specialists?

Unpaid Student Debt Could Give you Heart Trouble

For the first time, researchers find a link between living with unpaid student debt and higher cardiovascular risks in midlife.

Vegan Diet Aids Weight Loss in People With Diabetes

An analysis of multiple studies finds going vegan may help people with diabetes lose weight and lower blood sugar -- even better than following the Mediterranean diet.

Skin Spews Telltale Gases for Health Trackers to Tap Into

Gases excreted by the skin might one day help monitor our health, early lab experiments suggest.

Three-Parent IVF Now Legal in Two Countries

To prevent babies from inheriting rare, potentially fatal diseases, a variation of in vitro fertilization (IVF) uses genetic material from three people.

How Herbal Supplements Sent One Woman to the ER

The 56-year-old experienced a dangerous heart rhythm disorder after taking high doses of hemp oil containing CBD and CBG and berberine supplements.

Injections of Your Own Fat Could Help Arthritic Hands

Researchers report injections of body fat into aching, arthritic finger joints appear to produce significant and lasting improvements in hand function and a decrease in pain.

What Is Adultification Bias?

Learn what adultification bias is, what it looks like, and what you can do to stop it.

Is There Mental Health Help If Youare in Prison?

What mental health resources are available for people in prison? Get the facts.

U.S. COVID Deaths Hit 1 Million: 'History Should Judge Us'

Case numbers are rising again, and the U.S. reaches a once unimaginable and grim milestone.

Pfizer COVID Vaccine Saved 110,000 American Lives, Study Says

Researchers report use of the Pfizer COVID vaccine A prevented more than 110,000 deaths and 690,000 hospitalizations in the U.S. in 2021.

New Fertility Breakthrough for Male Cancer Survivors

Frozen testicular tissue is still viable after 23 years, University of Pennsylvania scientists say. The discovery could aid fertility preservation for boys getting cancer treatment.

Patch to Warn of Drug Overdose in Development

The patch will have sensors that track the wearer's pulse, blood pressure and blood oxygen levels.

The 7-Hour Itch: 3 Women With Eczema Describe the Ways They Combat Nighttime Flare-Ups

Three women with eczema describe how they combat nighttime flare-ups.

A Motheras Love: The Challenges of Parenting a Child With Eczema

Two moms reveal the great lengths they went to in their determination to give their children relief and good health.

Pregnant and Have IBD? A GI Doc's Help Can Be Crucial

Women with IBD face several concerns related to their reproductive health decisions, from contraception to pregnancy to delivery. Research shows that IBD and certain drugs can impact fertility and pregnancy and pose risks for preterm birth and small gestational age.

Our Brains Learn From Mistakes and Can Track Performance

Our ability to try new things and learn from successes and failures depends a lot on cells in the brain's frontal lobe behind the forehead, report researchers who learned more from new lab tests.

4 Air Force Cadets May Not Graduate Over Vaccine Refusal

Four seniors at the U.S. Air Force Academy may not be allowed to graduate May 25 because they have refused to take a COVID-19 vaccine.

U.S. aVulnerablea to COVID Without New Shots, White House Says

The U.S. will become increasingly vulnerable to the coronavirus in the fall and winter if Congress doesnat approve new funding for more vaccines and treatments, Ashish Jha, MD, the White House COVID-19 response coordinator, said Thursday.

Are You Fit for Your Age? What Really Counts

Learn what it means to be fit, how to get there, and what benchmarks you should use to determine if youare on track for your age.

What Health Care Is Available if Youare Experiencing Homelessness?

If you currently donat have reliable housing, you may want to know about health care for people who are experiencing homelessness.

If Abortion Becomes Banned, Women Still Have Some Options

Many people living in the states with the most stringent laws blocking access to abortions may be unable to travel to states with looser restrictions. While it might be legally perilous to do so, experts say that taking abortion pills that have been ordered online is medically safe to use beyond 11 weeks of pregnancy.

How Do Patients Feel About AI in Health Care? It Depends

A new survey looks at what patients think about AI playing a role in their health care diagnosis and management.

Being Unable to Afford Healthy Food Can Raise Diabetes Risk

A new report suggests young adults who can't afford healthy food and turn to cheaper, less nutritious options are at higher risk for diabetes later in life.

Are 'Climate-Friendly' Options on Restaurant Menus Coming Soon?

A new study finds many people are ready to consider the climate crisis in their everyday decisions, even when they just want to have a nice meal.

Some Smokers Don't Get Lung Cancer; Genetics Might Be Why

Smoking can cause cell mutations that lead to lung cancer, but some people appear to have a genetic defense against it.

Working It Out: How to Minimize Eczema Flare-ups at the Gym and on the Job

Three keys to managing your eczema at the gym and then heading off to a productive and itch-free workday.

Study shows Mediterranean Diet Helps Young Men With Depression

Young men with a poor diet reported a decrease in symptoms of depression when they switched to the Mediterranean diet compared to young men who underwent befriending therapy, a new study shows.

Leftover Opioids? Mailed Kits Double Rate of Proper Disposal

A new study that finds patients with unused opioid pills after surgery are much more likely to dispose of them properly if they have kits to do so.

Spain May Approve Workplace Menstrual Leave

Spain is considering allowing women to take three days off from work per month if they experience severe menstrual pain, making it the first Western nation to offer such a benefit.

Espresso Coffee Linked With Higher Cholesterol

New research suggests espresso coffee consumption is associated with higher total cholesterol levels, particularly in men.

Knowing How the Brain Reacts to Smells May Help Fight Disease

Neuroscientists use mathematical models to reproduce how the brain processes smell.

Many Wrongly Think Tap Water Is Safe for At-Home Medical Use

While most people who responded to a nationally representative survey correctly stated that tap water could contain bacteria or other living organisms, they also said that it could be safely used for nasal rinsing and washing contacts.

1 in 4 Hospital Physicians 'Mistreated' by Patients, Visitors

A new study also reveals female doctors are nearly two times more likely than male doctors to face abuse.

Smell, Taste Loss Less Likely With Newer COVID Variants

A new study finds loss of smell and taste are much less likely with the Omicron variant than the earlier Alpha and Delta versions of the coronavirus.

Another COVID Surge is Here, But It May Be Less Severe

Experts weigh in on what today's numbers and case trajectories could mean for tomorrow's COVID-19 picture across the U.S.

Half-a-Million Pounds of Precooked Chicken Recalled

Wayne Farms LLC has recalled about 585,030 pounds of ready-to-eat chicken breasts because the product may be undercooked, according to the the U.S. Department of Agricultureas Food Safety and Inspection Service.

Sobering Statistic: U.S. Gun Homicides Increased 35% in 2020

Firearm suicides also remained high a in 2020, 79% of all homicides and 53% of all suicides involved firearms, according to a new CDC Vital Signs report published Tuesday.

6 Ways to Cause Knee Damage and Ruin Your Knees

Find out how to avoid knee damage.

Arthritis Pain and Sleep

Arthritis pain can make it difficult to sleep, and lack of sleep can aggravate joint pain. Try these tips from WebMD to break the vicious cycle.

Taking Racism out of the Kidney Disease Equation

Kidney care in the U.S. is at a watershed moment of moving past a deeply entrenched, institutionally racist equation.

Study Supports Colonoscopies for Women Under 50

A new study claims colonoscopies in younger women can significantly cut their risk of colon cancer.

Nasal Sprays for COVID Vaccine Being Developed

Scientists worldwide are working on COVID vaccines delivered through nasal sprays that could stop the coronavirus from invading the body at its most common entry point, the mucous membrane of the nose and throat.

Alabama Criminalizes Transgender Medical Treatments For Minors

Alabama is the first state to make it illegal for doctors to provide gender-affirming medical care to transgender people under the age of 19.

11 Things You Didn't know About Twin Pregnancies

If you are expecting twins and don't know what to expect, you are not alone. Here's some advice from experts about what's in store for you and your twins.

What to Eat as You Age

Your dietary needs change as you age. WebMD advises what should be on your grocery list.

Normal Aging Process: Changes, Memory, Eyesight, Hearing, and More

Curious if your bodyas aging is normal? WebMD discusses healthy and normal signs of aging.

Are Ants the Future of Cancer Detection?

Researchers have explored using medically trained dogs to sniff out cancer. Now French scientists say ants can do the job, too -- only faster and cheaper.

Ohio State Warns of Fake Adderall Pills After Two Students Die

The fake Adderall pills contain the deadly synthetic opioid fentanyl and are fueling increases in overdoses and hospitalizations.

Mosquitoes Genetically Modified to Stop Disease Pass Early Test

To curb the spread of mosquito-borne illnesses like dengue and Zika, scientists have genetically modified the insects and released them in the U.S. Early results from the pilot study are promising.

The Wrong Side of 70: How I Found Myself Surrounded by Specialists

How does a 74-year-old man, who just 3 years ago was faring well with the modest ministrations of a primary care doctor and a dermatologist, find himself awash in specialists?

Unpaid Student Debt Could Give you Heart Trouble

For the first time, researchers find a link between living with unpaid student debt and higher cardiovascular risks in midlife.

Vegan Diet Aids Weight Loss in People With Diabetes

An analysis of multiple studies finds going vegan may help people with diabetes lose weight and lower blood sugar -- even better than following the Mediterranean diet.

Skin Spews Telltale Gases for Health Trackers to Tap Into

Gases excreted by the skin might one day help monitor our health, early lab experiments suggest.

Three-Parent IVF Now Legal in Two Countries

To prevent babies from inheriting rare, potentially fatal diseases, a variation of in vitro fertilization (IVF) uses genetic material from three people.

'The Office' Stars Name The Guest Director Who 'Almost Murdered' Entire Cast

In their new book, actors Jenna Fischer and Angela Kinsey detailed cast members "flying" inside a swerving bus.

In Jan. 6 Audio, Sen. Lindsey Graham Says Biden Will Be 'The Best Person To Have' In Charge

"I mean, how mad can you get at Joe Biden?a the senator asked in the leaked recording.

Esper Says Trump Asked About Shooting Missiles Into Mexico To Target Drug Labs

aNo one would know it was us,a the former president said, according to an upcoming memoir written by the former Pentagon chief.

Rep. Lauren Boebert Says She Wrote A Book And Twitter Users Are Absolutely Baffled

The far-right lawmaker's history of botching both spelling and facts has many wondering just what's in her book.

Jared Kushner's White House Memoir Slated For August Release

The son-in-law and former adviser to President Donald Trump will be the first Trump family member to publish a book about his time in the administration.

Trumpas Surreal White House Stash Room Detailed In New Book

New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy revealed the strange room former President Donald Trump had right next to the Oval Office.

Tennessee Republican Suggests Books Deemed Inappropriate Should Be Burned

Republicans also advanced legislation Wednesday that would place more scrutiny over what books are placed in public schools libraries.

I'm An Author And A Trans Woman. Hereas Why I Wonat Stop Telling Our Stories.

"There are vanishingly few books by trans women even now."

Florida Atheist Uses State's New Book-Banning Law To Object To The Bible

aIf theyare gonna ban books, then the whole library should be in play," Chaz Stevens told the Miami New Times.

Stephen King's aScariest Work Yeta Might Be This Ridiculous Microwave Recipe

The internet is in amiserya after the horror legend shared the recipe on Twitter.

GOP Lawmaker's Basic Numbers Gaffe Reignites Mockery Of Math Book Bans

According to Arizona Rep. Debbie Lesko, 1 billion migrants were apprehended at the southern border in the past six months.

Jennifer Grey Opens Up On Nose Job That Made Her aCompletely Invisiblea

aIn the world's eyes, I was no longer me,a the aDirty Dancinga star said of life after her rhinoplasty.

Queen Elizabeth's Longtime Dresser Reveals How She Reacted After Prince Philip's Funeral

Angela Kelly, one of the queen's most trusted royal aides, wrote about the moment for the latest edition of her book.

Marvelas 'All-Out Avengers' Series Is Coming This Fall. Hereas What Fans Should Know.

Marvel says the new comic book series will kick off with everyone's favorite A-List Avengers.

'It's Okay To Be A Unicorn' Comes Under Fire In Ohio School District

Author Jason Tharp said a school principal told him last week that he could no longer read his book at a local school event.

Treva B. Lindseyas aAmerica, Goddama Explores How State And Sexual Violence Impact Black Women

Invoking #SayHerName, this new book fuses together history, data and first-person stories to envision a world free of violence.

Report Finds 'Alarming Spike' In Book Bans In U.S. Schools

Over 1,000 books were banned in schools in the past year, with bans disproportionately targeting books on race and the LGBTQ community.

Media Critic Eric Boehlert Killed In New Jersey Bike Crash

Boehlert created the Press Run website and wrote for Rolling Stone and Media Matters for America.

The Best Books On Elizabeth Holmes, Anna Delvey And Other True-Crime Women Scammers

Can't stop watching "The Dropout" or "Inventing Anna"? These books tell the true stories behind the addictive television series.

Book Banning And Threats Against Librarians Soared Over Past Year, Report Shows

The numbers could well grow again in 2022 as Republicans enact more restrictions on the state and local level.

Books By Trans And Non-Binary Authors To Read On Transgender Day Of Visibility 2022

In honor of Transgender Day of Visibility, here are some trans and non-binary authors to support all year long.

Inspired By 'CODA,' Here Are Great Books To Teach Your Kids About Deafness

'CODA,' a film about living with deafness, just won the Oscar for best motion picture. These books can show children more about what life is like for deaf and hard of hearing people.

Octavia E. Butler's 'Parable Of The Sower' Is HuffPost Readable's April Book Pick

This dystopian novel tells of a world that has been destroyed by climate change and the will of one young girl to rebuild a new one in its place.

How To Get The aAntiracist Babya Book That Ted Cruz Hates, Plus More Like It

Ted Cruz inadvertently boosted sales for "Antiracist Baby" after slamming it during Judge Ketanji Brown Jacksonas confirmation hearing. Here's where to buy it and other great children's books on racism and activism.

Dutch Publisher Pulls Anne Frank Betrayal Book Amid Critique

A group of Dutch historians has published an in-depth criticism of the work and conclusion of a cold case team.

Ted Cruz May Have Just Boosted Sales For The Anti-Racist Children's Book He Attacked

"Antiracist Baby" is a No. 1 bestseller on Amazon a day after the GOP senator railed against it during Judge Ketanji Brown Jacksonas confirmation hearing.

Madeleine Albright, First Woman To Serve As U.S. Secretary Of State, Dead At 84

The tireless champion of democracy also visited North Korea, becoming, at the time, the highest-ranking U.S. government official ever to visit that country.

Taylor Swift Teases A New Song In 'Where The Crawdads Sing' Trailer

The film adaptation of Delia OwensaA 2018 book stars Daisy Edgar-Jones and features "Carolina," a never-before-released ballad by Swift, on its soundtrack.

'The Love Songs Of W.E.B. Du Bois' by HonorA(c)e Fanonne Jeffers Wins Book Critics Award

In the nonfiction category, the award was given to Clint Smithas aHow the Word Is Passed: A Reckoning With the History of Slavery Across America.a

Lindsey Graham Threatened To Have Trump Removed From Presidency On Jan. 6: Book

Graham told the White House counsel he'd press for the 25th Amendment if Trump didn't denounce the Capitol rioters, according to a new book.

Bob Dylan Book On Favorite Songs And Songwriters Coming In November

The new book, aThe Philosophy of Modern Song,a features more than 60 essays about songs and songwriters Dylan admires, from Stephen Foster to Elvis Costello.

Donald Trump Had Some Cheeky Comments About Bill Barr's Jowls

"Youare lucky because your face, I mean your cheeks a theyare filled out. They look smooth and young," the former president reportedly told his AG.

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