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New Study: Women With PTSD Have Higher Chances Of Food Addiction


Based on a new research, food addiction have been linked with post-traumatic stress disorder. It was stated that those women who are suffering from PTSD have higher chances of developing food addiction.   PTSD is a psychiatric disorder which can be developed when a person experienced traumatizing events like war, sexual abuse and even accidents. About seven to eight percent ... Read More »

Joan Rivers Leaves Money To Daughter Melissa Rivers


Joan Rivers has reportedly left her millions to her daughter Melissa Rivers and her grandson. The money reportedly amounts to $150 million. The actress was known to have a very big heart for her four rescued pups and even at the end of her life, she managed to think of them.   According to a source close to Rivers, the ... Read More »

Miley Cyrus Might Be Sued For Twerking By A Mexican Flag


Miley Cyrus definitely made headlines after her wrecking ball music video and twerking acts but the famous artist is now being investigated after doing another twerking but this time, she took it to a whole new level.   Cyrus partied hard with her fans during her concert on Tuesday, Mexico’s Independence Day, and did her famous twerk moves wearing her ... Read More »

Apple HealthKit Bug Discovered


While Apple users where enjoying their latest operating system, some have noticed that apps that is in line with Apple HealthKit have disappeared from the App Store because of an unknown bug.   Apple HealthKit made headlines for weeks and weeks because of its amazing features that is perfect for health monitoring. Even a group of doctors are reportedly looking ... Read More »

You Can Now Update Your Apple Devices To iOS 8


Apple has finally released their latest Operating System which is the iOS 8. It is definitely a buffed version of the iOS 7. if you are wondering whether your device is included, check out this list of official devices that will receive the update:   iOS 8 Compatible Devices: iPhone 4S iPhone 5 iPhone 5C iPhone 5S iPod Touch 5th ... Read More »

Enterovirus D68 Reaches Canada, CDC Confirms 140 Cases in US

The respiratory virus, also known as enterovirus D68, has reached Canada and sends some children in hospital. The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario confirmed Wednesday that four children have been infected with EV-D68 and admitted to the hospital but did not require treatment in the intensive care unit. The hospital said the patients have already recovered and been discharged. The ... Read More »

Taylor Swift Tops People Magazine List of 2014 Best-Dressed Celebrities

Singer Taylor Swift leads on Wednesday the People magazine’s 2014 list of best-dressed celebrities. Making into the top 10 are Jennifer Lopez, Blake Lively, Diane Kruger, Emma Stone, Lupita Nyong’o, Jessica Alba, Rihanna, and Emma Watson. Chloe Grace Moretz and Kiernan Shipka tied for the last spot, making the list 11 honorees. People said the chosen stars dress well for ... Read More »

FBI Joins Search For Missing University of Virginia Student; Video Footages Surface

The Federal Bureau of Investigation joins the search for the 18-year-old University of Virginia student who was missing since early Sunday morning while walking home from a party, as several footage from surveillance cameras came out. Second-year college student Hannah Elizabeth Graham was reportedly last seen in an apartment complex in Charlottesville near the university, just before midnight. Reports Graham ... Read More »

Joan River’s Doctor Took Selfie With Her During The Surgery

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The personal doctor of Joan Rivers that preformed the unapproved biopsy that in return caused the star to stop breathing has been identified Wednesday as Gwen Korovin. More than a couple of sources have reported that Korovin was indeed the personal doctor for Joan Rivers. It was also reported that Korovin was not authorize to practice medicine at the Yorkville ... Read More »

Obama Reassures No Combat Role For US Troops in Fight Against ISIS

U.S. President Barack Obama reiterates on Wednesday that there will be no American combat troops on the ground in the campaign against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The president statement came after Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Martin Dempsey told members of Congress he would consider to Obama the deployment of U.S. ground combat troops to fight ISIS if ... Read More »