Paula Abdul’s Beauty Evolution: From ‘Straight Up’ 80s Ponytails To Big ‘American Idol’ Hairstyles (PHOTOS)

When it comes to performing, Paula Abdul always puts her game face on. The San Fernando Valley-born beauty went from sporting feathered curls and loads of bronzer as a Lakers Girl to a teased hairdo and frosty lipstick-wearing choreographer for The Jacksons, Prince and Duran Duran. And as she stole the spotlight with ’80s dance hits like “Straight Up,” “Opposites Attract” and “Cold Hearted,” Abdul‘s high ponytails, bold brows and brick-red lips became her signature look. The Grammy Award-winning entertainer’s climb up the pop charts may have been marred by…

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Renee Baio, Wife Of Scott Baio, Reveals She’s Suffering From A Brain Disease

Renee Baio, the wife of actor Scott Baio, has revealed she has a brain disease. In response to a question about her health, Renee Baio tweeted that she was diagnosed with microvascular brain disease five months ago. The disease involves changes to small blood vessels in the brain and the worst cases can impair cognitive function and balance, and cause strokes and dementia.  She also said she has two meningioma brain tumors. Besides having 2 meningioma brain tumors, in Oct 2017 I also learned I have Microvascular Brain Disease. @Jerseyshore06 —…

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Weight loss: Man loses six stone are nearly dying by using Weight Watchers and cycling | Diets | Life & Style

Weight loss can be difficult for many when having to cut out fast food and increase excursive. Sometimes something life-changing is the catalyst to start the journey, something Ty Gould, 46, found out the hard way. Weighing over 18 stone, he suffered a huge cardiac arrest after returning from a holiday in La Manga, Spain. After making a noise “like someone was gasping for air,” his wife, Margaret, was forced to do CPR on him until the ambulance arrived. She explained: “His eyes were rolled into the back of his…

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10 Things We Keep Getting Wrong About Gun Violence

Experts say one of the most pervasive misconceptions about mental illness is that perpetrators of America’s all-too-common mass shootings have mental health issues. It’s no surprise why that stereotype persists: Politicians often bring up mental health reform following tragedies. Public figures discuss mental illness and gun violence on social media, inaccurately linking the two. A 2016 study also found that more than a third of stories in the media connected mental illness with violence toward others, but that figure does not reflect the actual rates of interpersonal violence where mental illness is…

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