Lena Dunham is taking about herself again, yet this time we should all listen. This isn't navel gazing, but talking about a chronic health condition that affects Dunham's life and that of millions of women.
The 29-year-old Girls star told her fans via a Facebook post that she would be taking a career break prior to the sixth season of her show while she deals with endometriosis.
FitBit is a nifty little gadget, isn't it? Not only does the watch track your heart rate, fitness levels and, in some models, your sleep patterns, but it can also tell you things about your body that you didn't hitherto know.
Arguably the most highly anticipated parts of the Super Bowl are the half time show and the commercials. But among this year's contenders there were so many razzies, it's hard to settle on the absolute worst.
First, there was the Doritos ultrasound ad, in which a fetus launches prematurely out of the womb because it wants the chips daddy-to-be is munching.
Last month, social media rallied to identify a boy wearing a Messi jersey made out of a striped blue-and-white plastic bag. Well, the Internet has delivered and, in an amazing alignment of stars, it now seems the five-year-old boy may get to meet his hero IRL.
The tweeted image of Murtaza Ahmadi from Jaghori, Afghanistan, captured the hearts of people far and wide - including soccer legend, Lionel Messi himself.
Health Canada has re-released its recall of Ace Bayou Corporation bean bag chairs. Chairs sold prior to July 2013 without a permanent zipper closure may allow children to ingest the beads inside the chair, causing a suffocation hazard.
Though Heath Canada has not received any reports related to the chairs, three incidents were reported in the U.S., where a 13-year-old boy and a three-year-old girl both died after inhaling the foam beads inside the chair.
It's all about mental health this week. Just as thousands open up about their personal struggles as part of the #BellLetsTalk awareness campaign, a U.S. task force recommends screening for depression for pregnant and new moms under Obamacare.
Under other circumstances, you may give exactly zero sh*ts about celebrities but you are almost guaranteed to fall in love with A-listers Kristen Bell and her hubby Dax Shepard after watching this video.
Before the couple started a family, they were determined to go out with a bang on a trip to Africa.
You all remember Carly Fleischmann? She famously wrote a book about her experience with autism despite the fact that she is nonverbal. She gave the world a glimpse of what autism feels like with this video, then she went on to university in Toronto.