Monthly Archives: March 2018

Casey Neistat rips CNN’s technology: ‘Case study for the innovator’s dilemma’

Digital wunderkind Casey Neistat, once hailed as CNN’s bridge to the future, slammed his former employer this week, calling the network an “old-school media company” devoid of entrepreneurial or innovative thinking. Neistat’s denunciation of the news giant follows CNN abruptly cutting ties with him after reportedly paying more than $20 million for his video sharing startup, Beme. “Top-heaviness is not ...

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Sir Paul McCartney remembers John Lennon at March for Our Lives

Sir Paul McCartney honored his friend and bandmate John Lennon while talking part of Sunday’s March for Our Lives protest in New York City. During the worldwide march against gun violence, the Beatles frontman was pulled aside by CNN reporters with whom he shared his reason for walking in the march. “As you know, one of my best friends was ...

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Justin Bieber posted the weirdest Instagram amid Selena Gomez drama

Ok, Justin — what’s the deal? The Sorry singer is being everything but clear about what’s going on between him and Selena Gomez. He posted a bizarrely photoshopped photo of himself Thursday with a joking caption. “It’s time I introduced you to my brother Tony Bieber,” he wrote. Although the post may have been in jest, Jelena shippers aren’t laughing ...

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Non-Drug Treatments for Rosacea

Rosacea (pronounced “roh-ZAY-sha”) is a chronic and potentially life-disruptive disorder primarily of the facial skin and often characterized by flare-ups and remissions. It typically begins any time after age 30 as a redness on the cheeks, nose, chin or forehead that may come and go. In some cases, rosacea may also occur on the neck, chest, scalp or ears. Over ...

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Beautiful Skin with a Gluten-free Diet

Did you know your skin is a reflection of your gut health? If you’ve tried every lotion and potion to achieve perfect skin without success, maybe it is time to take a look at the end of your fork. The key to beautiful skin is focusing on digestive function and quelling inflammation. Wheat and other gluten-containing grains are common triggers ...

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Want to Lose the Double Chin?

A double chin can make you look older and heavier, no matter what your age and weight.  Often, genetics play a big role, as the fat in this area (known as submental fat) may persist, despite efforts to diet and exercise. In the past, the only option to treat this often undesirable feature was surgical, or to wear a scarf or ...

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‘Smartphone thumb?’ ‘Selfie elbow?’ Cellphone overuse creates new names for old health problems

Sometimes, technology can be a pain in the neck, an actual pain in the neck. So new medical terminology is emerging as people flock to the Internet to figure out the aches and pains that those smartphones, tablets, computers and gaming systems are causing. Heard of “selfie elbow?” How about “text neck?” or “computer eyes?” These are just a few ...

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