Beyonc Is Reportedly Trying To Censor Which Pics You See From Her Coachella Performance Tonight

Fans can’t be too happy about this… According to Wait, what?! So her team doesn’t want outlets sharing pics fans take and post to Instagram, Snapchat, or Twitter?! Nooooope… not even a little bit! This isn’t the first time Queen Bey has done this, of course; back in 2013 her team infamously emailed Buzzfeed requesting that they take down a “series of unflattering photos” from a gallery showing her performance…

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Barbara Bush Seeking ‘Comfort Care’ Instead Of Additional Medical Treatment As Her Health Fails

It appears as though things have taken a turn for the worst for Barbara Bush, the wife of former U.S. President George H.W. Bush. Barbara, 92, will now be seeking “comfort care” after turning down additional medical treatment for her failing health, according to a statement released just hours ago by the Bush family out to the media and the public. The statement read in full (below): JUST IN: Barbara…

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Mariah Carey opened up about bipolar diagnoses for the first time, and people are so grateful

Image: FilmMagic Now more than ever, celebrities have been opening up about their experiences with mental health issues — and Mariah Carey now joins the ranks of the stars who hope to shatter stigma surrounding various disorders. The singer, who is typically very private, got incredibly candid with Peoplein a new interview, revealing for the first time in her storied career that 17 years ago she was diagnosed with bipolar II…

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‘Clueless’ star Stacey Dash withdraws from congressional race

Washington (CNN)“Clueless” star and former Fox News commentator Stacey Dash is withdrawing her congressional bid, a representative for the actress confirmed to CNN Friday. “I started this run with the intention to address the pressing issues in the district where I live,” Dash said in the statement. “I hoped, and remain hopeful, that I can assist people living here on the national level. My goal was, and remains, to improve…

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Dwayne Johnson has spoken about his experience of depression

Dwayne Johnson has spoken openly about his experience with depression.Image: Karwai Tang/WireImage Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson has opened up about the times during his life he’s battled with depression. The actor spoke about his mother’s suicide attempt when he was 15, which he witnessed, in a recent interview with the Express. SEE ALSO: The small corner of Reddit where people share their darkest secrets “I reached a point where I…

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Stem cell transplant ‘game changer’ for MS patients

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media caption“I’d given up hope”: Louise Willetts says she is completely well following her treatment Doctors say a stem cell transplant could be a “game changer” for many patients with multiple sclerosis. Results from an international trial show that it was able to stop the disease and improve symptoms. It involves wiping out a patient’s immune system using cancer drugs and then rebooting…

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29 People Reveal Their Best Newly Discovered Life Loopholes

“A few years ago I was flying from Detroit to Charlotte. Prices were higher than I would have liked, so I checked a couple of other nearby destinations. Found that a flight to Greensboro (two hours away by car) was much cheaper, yet somehow still connected through Charlotte (Detroit -> Charlotte -> Greensboro). So I said screw it, bought a one-way, and carried on my bag, with plans to abandon…

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London murder rate overtakes New York’s

Can Scottish police help stop violent deaths in London? Met Police chief: Social media leads children to violence Nine charts on the rise of knife crime in England and Wales City Hall says it is “deeply concerned” by knife crime in the capital, but, along with the Met Police, insists London “remains one of the safest [cities] in the world”. Image caption Former Ch Supt Leroy Logan retired from the…

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Marijuana legalization could help offset opioid epidemic, studies find

(CNN)Experts have proposed using medical marijuana to help Americans struggling with opioid addiction. Now, two studies suggest that there is merit to that strategy. The researchers found that states that allow the use of cannabis for medical purposes had 2.21 million fewer daily doses of opioids prescribed per year under Medicare Part D, compared with those states without medical cannabis laws. Opioid prescriptions under Medicaid also dropped by 5.88% in…

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Wheres the beef? For Impossible Foods its in boosting burger sales and raising hundreds of millions

Any company that’s looking to replace the more than 5 billion pounds of ground beef making its way onto tables in the U.S. every year with a meatless substitute is going to need a lot of cash. It’s a big vision with lots of implications for the world — from climate change and human health to challenging the massive, multi-billion dollar industries that depend on meat — and luckily for…

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Excess drinkers ‘can lose years of life’

Your guide to alcohol drinking limits Alcohol limits cut to reduce risks Booze calculator: What’s your drinking nationality? Scientists, who compared the health and drinking habits of alcohol drinkers in 19 countries, modelled how much life a person could expect to lose if they drank the same way for the rest of their lives from the age of 40. They found people who drank the equivalent of about five to…

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From AI to Russia, Heres How Estonias President Is Planning for the Future

At 48 years old, Kersti Kaljulaid is Estonia’s youngest president ever, and its first female president. A marathon runner with degrees in genetics and an MBA, she spent a career behind the scenes—mostly as a European government auditor—before being elected by Estonia’s legislature in 2016. Two years later, she’s continuing Estonia’s push for global digital security while deflecting military and cyber threats from Russia, which occupied Estonia for 50 years…

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18 Fatal Diseases That Modern Medicine Has Kicked in the Butt

Modern medicine, the gift we all are eternally grateful for. If it weren’t for vaccines and antibiotics, we would all be running around coughing up a storm and swollen like a balloon. Many serious diseases and viruses have been controlled due to modern medicine. Although many of them cannot be cured, taking preventive measures is the key to avoiding contracting these diseases. We’ve got a long way to go with…

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Backlash after Planned Parenthood branch tweets: ‘We need a Disney princess who’s had an abortion’

@PPKeystone deleted a tweet about needing a Disney princess who’s had an abortion.@Disney @DisneyStudios Thoughts?@WalshFreedom pic.twitter.com/CA9izEkZgH — Corey E. Dunbar (@coreyedunbar) March 27, 2018 The tweet was posted around 9:30 a.m. and taken down a few hours later. But before it was removed, social media users shared captured screenshots of the post. DISGUSTING: Deleted Tweet from Planned Parenthood “We Need a Disney princess who’s had an abortion.” – Seeking to…

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Heartbeat actor Bill Maynard dies at 89

Other roles included Oh No, It’s Selwyn Froggitt!, The Gaffer and In Sickness and In Health. He also made appearances in Carry On films Carry On At Your Convenience, Carry On Matron and Carry On Dick, and was Sergeant Beetroot in TV series Worzel Gummidge in 1980. Maynard’s most recent role was a brief appearance in 2017 drama The Moorside, about the disappearance of Shannon Matthews. Image copyright Getty Images…

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