Don't Look Down and Miss Jennifer Lawrence's Delightfully Demure 2024 Oscars Look

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So Jennifer Lawrence wasn't nominated for Best Actress after being up for Best Female Actor in a Motion Picture Musical/Comedy at the 2024 Golden Globes? No hard feelings. 

The Academy Award winner signed on to present at the 2024 Oscars instead, turning up on the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre at Ovation Hollywood in Los Angeles March 10 in a custom Christian Dior Haute Couture and Swarovski Created Diamonds jewelry. (See all the fashionable looks here.) 

Besides, she'd already emerged from shooting Gene Stupnitsky's racy comedy feeling like a…

Geri Halliwell Reacts to Kim Kardashian's Desire to Join Spice Girls

Geri Halliwell-Horner Reveals Spice Girls Group Chat & Who Texts the Most

If you wanna be a member of the Spice GirlsKim Kardashian, you gotta talk to Geri Halliwell-Horner.

In fact, after The Kardashians star gushed over the girl group on a recent episode of the Hulu series, the singer sent the love right back by revealing what Spice name she'd give Kim.

"She deserves something really good," Geri exclusively told E! News Chief Correspondent Keltie Knight while promoting her book Rosie Frost and the Falcon Queen. "She deserves something like Inner Strength Spiceคำพูดจาก

Brian Austin Green Shares Update on Shannen Doherty Amid Her Cancer Battle

Shannen Doherty's Health Update From Brian Austin Green

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Earlier this year, the Beverly Hills, 90210 alum opened up about a heartbreaking development in her stage 4 cancer battle, sharing that it metastasized to her brain three years after her diagnosisคำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. Amid this crucial time, the 52-year-old has been met with support from those around her, including former costar and friend Brian Austin Green.

"She's doing gr…

Lessons from Pigs and Squirrels on Managing Pain

Over the past several decades, there have been many supporting studies of the health-promoting effects of an optimistic personalityคำพูดจาก เว็บสล็อต. Much research has been done on the connection between a high level of optimism and good health, described well in clinical psychologists Burel R. Goodin and Hailey W. Bulls’ 2014 research paper, appropriately titled, “Optimism and the Experience of Pain: Benefits of Seeing the Glass as Half Full.” The authors state that optimism “is linked to both enhanced physiological recovery and psychosocial adjustment to coronary artery bypass surgery, bone marrow transplant, postpartum depression, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer’s disease…

Psychedelics Could Revolutionize Couples Therapy

When Joe, 37, and his wife tried MDMA together for the first time two years ago, he expected to “let loose a little bit and have fun.” Instead, they talked about the trash: why Joe didn’t take it out frequently, why that bothered his wife, and how they could compromise moving forward.

“We just hashed it out,” says Joe, who asked to use a fake name since recreational MDMA use is not legal in the U.S. “It opened up doors that we didn’t even know were there.”

Under the influence of MDMA, the drug also known as ecstasy, Joe and his wife were able to reach new understanding, voicing their true feelings and listening to the other. Now, a few times a year, the New Mexico couple calls a babysitter, goes out to dinner, and spends the ni…

The Shortsighted Effort to Ban Lab-Grown Meat in Some States

Cell-cultivated meat—meat grown from animal cells rather than taken from slaughtered animals—seems to be the hottest topic in food right now. Everyone from veteran chefs to tech moguls seem eager to get involved. Lawmakers in a growing number of states, however, aren’t quite as jazzed about it. 

At the end of January, Florida’s House and the Senate Agriculture Committee approved a bill introduced by Republican Rep. Danny Alvarez that would not only ban the production and sale of cell-cultivated meat, but would make it a second-degree misdemeanor. If the bill is passed by the state Senate, effective this summer the culinary crime would be punishable with a fine of up to $1,000, plus suspension or closure of the restaurant, store, or other business in question. Similarl…

How My Father’s Brain Helped Develop More Effective Treatment For Alzheimer’s

My father is at the Selkoe Laboratory at Brigham and Women’s Hospital. And he is at work.

That may seem improbable given that, in March 2022, my father died of Alzheimer’s disease. But, since he died, my father has helped pioneer the validation of effective treatments that weren’t available for him; research conducted on his brain tissue is helping scientists understand how to (hopefully) improve upon the recently FDA-approved lecanemab and develop even more effective treatment for Alzheimer’s disease.

Over the years my mother, sisters, and I cared for my dad, we focused on navigating immediate obstacles. We stood next to him at social gatherings, so we could jump in if he needed help holding a conversation. We researched tracking devices to keep him …

The Most Common Abortion Method Is in Danger in Every State

The future of medication abortions across the U.S.—even in states with few abortion restrictions—is on the line. Experts call a recent, soon-to-be-decided lawsuit the most consequential court case for nationwide abortion access since the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

A ruling is expected as soon as Feb. 24. Here’s what to know about the case.

What the lawsuit says

The suit, filed Nov. 18, 2022 on behalf of the anti-abortion physician’s group Alliance for Hippocratic Medicine (AHM), seeks to overturn the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)’s approval of mifepristone: one of the two prescription pills that are typically used in combination to terminate pregnancies, and which account for more than half of all U.S. abortions. AHM …

FDA Approves First CRISPR Treatment in U.S.

It was only 11 years ago that scientists Jennifer Doudna and Emmanuelle Charpentier first described a new way to edit genes, called CRISPR, in a scientific paper. The discovery is so game-changing that the pair earned the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 2020 for how it could transform the way genetic diseases are treated. Now, on Dec. 8, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the very first treatment in the country based on the technology.

In the medical world, that’s lightning speed. “It’s incredible,” says Doudna, professor of chemistry and molecular and cell biology at the University of California, Berkeley. “It’s so exciting to see how fast, and frankly how safely and effectively, this therapy is being rolled out in humans.”

The U.K. had already …