The Cutest Matching Family Pajamas for Your 2020 Holidays

'Tis the season to start thinking about all the holiday photo opps you've got planned – and since many of the traditional Instagram-worthy locations aren't available this year due to the pandemic (see ya, Santa's lap), we predict a focus on cozy moments at home. Luckily, your favorite brands have got you covered (literally) – delivering cozy, cute and camera-ready […]

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Type 1 diabetes: Tannic acid encapsulation protects transplanted islets from rejection

Type 1 diabetes, or T1D, results from the autoimmune destruction of the insulin-producing cells of the pancreas. People with T1D require exogenous insulin and suffer swings in the levels of glucose in the blood that impact life expectancy and increase risks of cardiovascular disease, neuropathies and kidney failure. One therapy is promising—transplanting pancreatic islets from cadavers. But this requires immunosuppression, […]

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Broadway Star Joshua Henry and Wife Cathryn Expecting Twins: 'Biggest Announcement I've Made'

Joshua Henry's family Carousel is spinning out two more members! The Broadway star, 36, announced on Instagram Thursday that he and his wife Cathryn are expecting twins to make their family one of five. Henry spilled the exciting news with a photo of the couple's 2½-year-old son Samson Peter. The picture showed Samson sitting on a staircase, flanked by two identical plush […]

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Pregnant Emma Roberts Jokes 'It's Witchcraft' to Be Expecting a Son Like Scream Queens Costars

Emma Roberts can explain this pregnancy coincidence. During an appearance on SiriusXM's The Jess Cagle Show this week, the Holidate actress, 29, addressed the fact that she's currently expecting a baby boy while her Scream Queens costars Lea Michele and Billie Lourd recently welcomed sons. On the Ryan Murphy horror comedy, which ran for two seasons between 2015 and 2016 […]

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What is forest bathing and what are its benefits?

Taking time to slow down and be present in the moment can feel impossible with our attention drawn every direction seemingly at once, and stress can build up and overwhelm us. One way to combat stress and re-center is forest bathing. It’s not taking a bath in the middle of the woods. Rather, it’s using all of your senses to […]

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The cognitive issues that can indicate coronavirus – not one of the three ‘main’ symptoms

We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see our Privacy Notice for details of your data protection rights. Coronavirus continues to terrorise the world over, with many countries in the throes of a second wave. The viral disease has exposed many deficiencies, from creaking economic structures to the dissemination of public health knowledge. In relation […]

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Bottle-fed babies could be ingesting more than 1 million microplastics every day

A study estimated bottle-fed babies around the world consume, on average, more than 1.5 million microplastic particles a day. The shaking and heating involved with formula preparation promotes the microplastics' release.  It's unclear how microplastic consumption affects human health long term, but the study brings more urgency to finding out how they could impact babies' quickly developing organs.   To reduce […]

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