Though not all sushi is forbidden for pregnant women, Hilary Duff's meal prompted some fans to scold her for putting her unborn at risk.
The smart 3-year-old apparently learned how to use FaceTime by watching her parents call each other.
By Lisa Rapaport (Reuters Health) - Athletes who drink chocolate milk during exercise or after a hard workout may recover just as quickly as they would with sports drinks, a research review suggests. What people eat and drink during intense exercise and afterward can impact how well their muscles recover and how rapidly their body replaces fluids and electrolytes lost during the workout, previous research has found. Most studies assessing whether drinks with carbohydrates and electrolytes, or with protein, might aid recovery have been too small to draw firm conclusions about which beverages are the best option, the authors of the new review write in European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.
"This is me 12 days after having my son. If you have something bad to say about it... check yourself."
The 32-year-old Golden Globe winner shared a side-by-side photo with fans and discusses how she feels 'joyous' and 'free' since gaining weight.