Cosmetic procedures amongst men is on the rise. According to the British College of Aesthetic Medicine, men accounted for 16 per cent of patients in 2022, up from 10 per cent in 2021. Young men are increasingly open to the idea of getting cosmetic procedures done.
Facial and lip fillers and botox are more accessible than ever. In some cases, you can even pay for procedures in monthly instalments. Last year, Joe Jonas partnered with a cosmetic brand and revealed he uses their treatments for his
According to a new study, nearly 72% of college students surveyed report that the reproductive health laws in the state where their school is located are important to their decision to stay enrolled. What do you think?
“Well, good luck finding any good schools in Massachusetts, California, or New York.”
Elise Andersson, Loophole Exploiter
Study Links Postpartum Depression To Baby Immediately Slapping, Flipping Off Mother After Birth
For my 23rd birthday, my sister got me the thing that every recent college graduate desires: toilet paper. In this particular case, it was a vintage box of Spider-Man toilet paper, with a comic book printed in blue ink across 325 sheets of 2-ply tissue paper for your butt cheeks to read on the throne. Originally released in 1979, this strange Marvel Comics artifact has become a bit of collectors item. Seriously — people charge anywhere from $50-$100 bucks for a copy of this crap on eBay. I
Vaccaro, 83, was a key figure in Nike's push to sign Michael Jordan in 1984. At times controversial, he also pioneered giant sneaker deals with universities. In retirement, Vaccaro has been a driving force behind expanding the rights of college athletes. Loading Something is loading. Thanks for signing up! Access your favorite topics in a personalized feed while you're on the go. When Sonny Vaccaro first set foot inside Nike's offices, Michael Jordan wasn't yet a household n
Lucky Hank stars Bob Odenkirk as a sympathetic fossil: a college professor. Sergei Bachlakov / AMC In the opening shot of AMC’s series Lucky Hank, the camera approaches from behind and encircles a bearded, middle-aged man wearing a tweed jacket, satchel slung over his right shoulder. You guessed it: He’s a college professor. He stands alone, looking across the campus pond—but mostly, it seems, looking inward. This figure, as we learn over the course of the first episode,
The Indiana Fever made the most of the first No 1 draft pick in franchise history, selecting Aliyah Boston.
The South Carolina star had a stellar college career, leading the Gamecocks to a national championship her junior year and losing only nine games total. She was a three-time Associated Press All-American and also the Player of the Year as a junior. “It’s really special, I’m thankful to God for putting me in this position,” said the 21-year-old Boston, from the US Virgin Isl
The Royal College of Nurses appears to have U-turned on its decision to allow no exemptions to hospitals during this weekend’s strike action, with nurses now due to work in an emergency capacity in dozens of hospitals across England.
Nurses will be working across several NHS trusts – including Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS foundation trust, in London, and University Hospitals Birmingham NHS foundation trust – in wards including intensive care and AE. This is despite the RCN vowing when st
Editor’s Note: Amy Bass ( @bassab1 ) is professor of sport studies at Manhattanville College and the author of “ One Goal: A Coach, a Team, and the Game That Brought a Divided Town Together ” and “ Not the Triumph but the Struggle: The 1968 Olympics and the Making of the Black Athlete ,” among other titles. The views expressed here are solely hers. Read more opinion on CNN.
Something incredible happened this past weekend: Americans