A pissed off ghost that lives in the shadows? Yup, I'm in. Read the full article on AICN Ahoy, squirts! Quint here. I went out and saw The Shallows last night and the first trailer for Lights Out played before the movie, which got the rather vocal non-Drafthouse crowd pretty rowdy. Show More Summary
A photo posted by Gïk Live! Vino Azul (@giklive) on Feb 23, 2016 at 7:26am PST A group of six Spanish entrepreneurs have created GIK Azul, a very unique chilled wine that is made with a combination of red and white grapes, has a sweet flavor and a very distinct bright indigo blue hue that’s […]
(Video Link) The circle of life is a beautiful thing. This is Tim, a Stimson's Python that lives at the Alice Springs Reptile Centre in Northern Australia. Recently, Tim shed his skin. As he shucked it off, he slithered in a circle. He ended up entering the hole left by the end of his own skin, thus creating a continuous tunnel of skin. Show More Summary
Researchers from the University of Chicago have shown that microbiota--the bacteria, viruses and other microbes living on the skin and in the digestive system--play an important role in the body's ability to accept transplanted skin and other organs.
Mexican blindcats. (Photo: Danté Fenolio) The Mexican blindcat has no eyes, and its skin is so translucent that its color, a light pink, comes from the blood coursing underneath. These catfish live underground, in the Edwards-Trinity...Show More Summary
Cephalopods are quick-change artists. Like a living LCD screen, their skin can flicker and flash, or create complex patterns for camouflage and communication. Layers of specialized skin cells interact to match the environment’s color and texture. Show More Summary
The trace element zinc has an impact on the essential metabolic functions of most living organisms. New research has found that even minimal zinc deficiency impairs digestion, albeit without any typical symptoms such as skin problems or fatigue. Hence, short-term zinc deficiency in the diet should be avoided.
Some of us have barely even felt the touch of summer sun on our skin, let alone needed to dust off our summer shades for the first time this year, unfortunately, we don’t all live in California. Nonetheless, having dropped a hot SS16 sunglasses range, Komono are dropping their first fall/winter line; the “Steel Series” […]
They're inside our gut, on the skin, and in the mouth. Thousands of different types of micro-organisms live in and on the body, playing helpful roles in digestion or in aiding the body's natural defense system. Now, scientists have found...Show More Summary
Keep that Surface Book keyboard clean with a slick new keyboard skin! Keyboards have a nasty habit of getting dirty. From oils to hair to crumbs, all the detritus of our lives can wreak havoc on our computer keyboards. Heck, if you factor...Show More Summary
I spent a few lonely days this month keeping myself occupied while my boyfriend was out of the country for work. While he was away, I tested some new products and, of course, I had my cats and friends for company, and not to mentionShow More Summary
With the unofficial start of summer comes the deep dive into outdoor, exposed-in-the-sun activities synonymous with Southern California living. But all of that extra time at the beach, road-tripping, hiking, volleyball playing, barbecuing or even just driving around when it’s so crazy hot and sunny...
Two years ago, Aubrey Johansen weighed 350 lbs and was told she had 15 years to live, which would be fine if she were pushing 80. At the time, however, Johansen was only 23, and she was dealing not only with the health effects of her weight but also with the societal backlash. Show More Summary
“He is sooo OCD,” I overhear a 20-something snarkily remark to a friend. The hair on my skin crawls. As someone with a diagnosis of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) — one from a psychiatrist, not Urban Dictionary — I bristle. Sure, the remark was insensitive, even […]
On the Cannes red carpet, the models red Alexandre Vauthier dress was a daring masterpiece of slits and skin, while Blake Lively sparked an Instagram race row.
Blake Lively makes being pregnant sexy AF. Her body looks incredible, her skin radiant, and her hair even glossier than usual. She's playing right into her changing looks by wearing curve-hugging gowns and elegant updos. We can't stop staring, so we rounded up some of our favorite hairstyles from her second pregnancy.
Just living in the world opens you up to criticism, but doing anything in the public eye, from writing a blog to performing your stand-up comedy to coaching your kid's soccer team, will invite judgment and criticism. And doing anything...Show More Summary
Until now, we’ve been blaming a fungus, but it turns out that too much Staphylococcus in your scalp’s ecosystem could be the cause of flaky dead skin
Scientists at MIT, Massachusetts General Hospital, Living Proof, and Olivo Labs have developed a new material that can temporarily protect and tighten skin, and smooth wrinkles. With further development, it could also be used to deliver drugs to help treat skin conditions such as eczema and other types of dermatitis. Show More Summary
Scientists from MIT, Massachusetts General Hospital, Living Proof, and Olivo Labs partnered on a project to develop a new silicone-based “second skin” material that is applied as a thin, clear coating and can temporarily tighten and protect the skin. The material uses a cross-linked polymer layer, or XPL, and could have both medical and cosmetic applications […]