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That Painful Hernia Sophia Gets in ‘Girlboss’ Is a Very Real Thing

Netflix's new series 'Girlboss' is a loose account of Nasty Gal founder Sophia Amoruso's rise to fame—and it includes that time she had an inguinal hernia.

The 12 Best Ways to Cook Chicken Thighs

This cut deserves your love, too. If you aren't already a fan of cooking with chicken thighs, these 12 recipes will change your mind.

ICYMI: Hershey Wants Half Its Candy to Be 200 Calories or Less

Lower-calorie Hershey products,a contraception vending machine, a record-breaking female astronaut, and more news you can't miss.

‘Disco Tits’ Are All Over the Internet Right Now

Glitter, gems, and paint were the new bralette at this year’s Coachella Music Festival—introducing, "disco tits."

Starbucks Has a Unicorn Lemonade Baristas Don't Want You to Know About

A Starbucks barista posted about a Unicorn Lemonade on Reddit, and other baristas responded with anger.

Serena Williams Wrote a Precious Letter to Her Baby

Just days after announcing that she's 20 weeks pregnant, Serena Williams has taken to social media yet again—this time, to share a note to her unborn baby.

This Fitness Blogger Is Over Fat-Shaming at the Gym

After being fat-shamed at her local gym, one fitness blogger took to Instagram to spread body positivity, fat-shaming awareness, and self-love.

Lady Gaga Dedicates Coachella Performance to Friend Battling Cancer

During her Coachella performance, Lady Gaga paid tribute to her former assistant, Sonja Durham, who is currently battling cancer.

I Know Vaccines Are Safe, But I Empathize With Parents Who Don't Vaccinate

A mom who knows that vaccines are safe explains why she empathizes with anti-vaxxers, and how empathy could be the key to improving vaccination rates.

Ashley Benson Just Debuted a Coachella-Ready Neon Pink Ombré

Ashley Benson debuted a dramatic new look on Saturday for Coachella's second weekend that involves streaks of hot pink and a much shorter cut.

ICYMI: This Family's Rainbow Babies Photo Will Brighten Your Day

An emotional "rainbow baby" portrait, a gravity-defying marriage proposal video, an Obamacare replacement update, and more news you can't miss.

6 Beauty Rules That Are Actually Lies

Working as a beauty writer I realized that I was believing lies about what "beauty rules" I needed to follow.

31 of the Best Signs From the March for Science

The March for Science took place on Saturday in 518 cities around the world, including ones in all 50 states, to call for evidence-based government policy.

9 Best Foam and Mousse Beauty Products for Skin and Hair

These nine foam- and mousse-based beauty products deliver major skin and hair benefits with a lighter-than-air texture.

The 15 Most-Pinned Healthy Dinner Recipes on Pinterest

Pin it to win it. These 15 healthy dinner recipes are delicious and super popular—they were among the most-pinned ideas of 2016.

15 Women Share Why They’re Walking in the March For Science

We talked to neuroscientists, activists, and more to find out why they're participating in the March for Science.

5 Moves That Will Sculpt Your Booty

Peach emoji, IRL. These are the butt exercises trainer Jessica Bolbach of KORE New York suggests you should do to get a stronger, more sculpted butt.

9 STD Myths You Shouldn't Believe

Your body will thank you for not believing these myths about sexually transmitted infections. Here, ob/gyns separate truth from fiction.

7 Ridiculously Easy Ways to Help the Environment

These small ways to help the environment can make a big difference. Learn how to start a compost pile, recycle anything, and the small dietary change that will reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

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