Beyoncé’s Coachella Diet Involved Cutting Out Carbs, Sugar, Dairy, and Meat—but Is That Safe?

Queen Bey’s iconic 2018 Coachella performance was unforgettable, and her recent documentary gives us an even more in-depth look into the work that went into it. The behind-the-scenes feature Homecoming, which was released on Netflix on April 17, sheds light on the drastic measures Beyoncé took to get her body ready for the concert. And some of her habits toed the line between healthy and extreme.

An 11-Year-Old Girl Died From an Allergic Reaction to Toothpaste—Now Her Mother Is Speaking Out

Following the devastating loss of her 11-year-old daughter, Monique Altamirano wants to remind people to carefully read the ingredient list of any food or product before giving it to a child with food allergies. Altamirano’s daughter, Denise Saldate, recently died of a severe allergic reaction to something Altamirano never suspected would be a problem: toothpaste.

Prospective homebuyers derailed by the government shutdown

The stalemate in Washington, one of the longest in history, is throwing a wrench into some people’s plans to buy houses, according to real estate experts. So far, nearly 40,000 mortgages could be caught up in the shutdown, according to online real estate firm Zillow. More than 20 percent of Realtors said they had either a current or prospective client impacted by the shutdown, according to a recent survey by the National Association of Realtors.

Does PTSD Really Show Up on a Brain Scan? Ariana Grande Shares Her Results

It’s been nearly two years since the Manchester Arena bombing took place in 2017, but Ariana Grande is still feeling the traumatic aftermath of the tragedy. On Thursday, the 25-year-old pop star shared a photo of a couple of brain scans: one comparing a normal brain to a brain experiencing post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and another that showed a few shots of her brain. “Hilarious and terrifying…not a joke,” she wrote next to the screenshot shared to her Instagram Story.

Savannah Guthrie Discusses Her Journey With Self-Acceptance: ‘It’s a Lifelong Struggle for Me’

Savannah Guthrie has been hard at work for the past six hours—and it’s only 10 a.m. Up before dawn as part of her normal routine, she heads to the set of the Today show, where she has served as coanchor since 2012. Now Savannah, 47, is finally back in her dressing room, ready to remove the day’s wardrobe and makeup before she departs for her second, and most favorite, job: mom to daughter Vale, nearly 5, and son Charley, 2. It’s a gig that’s been a bit messier than usual lately. “This week, we all had the stomach flu,” she groans. “All of us. Four people in the same house with the stomach flu is not a pretty sight.”

This Woman’s Brain Tumor Symptoms Were Dismissed as Headaches

After 15 trips to the doctor for migraines, Beckie Hiley’s symptoms were still dismissed. The UK 19-year-old spent months dealing with crippling headaches that were completely hindering her from living a normal life—she couldn’t go to work or school, and she could barely keep food down. Despite her debilitating symptoms, doctors told her her pain was just a headache. It took an emergency trip to the hospital for her to finally get a diagnosis: brain cancer.

This Mom Is Getting Real About Why She Didn’t Have Sex for a Year After Giving Birth

It’s no secret that having a child can change your dynamic with your partner. But for Gabriela Garcia, her first year postpartum turned out to be more challenging than she ever expected. Garcia, the founder of Modern Brown Girl, wrote a personal essay for the website The Everymom revealing she and her husband didn’t have sex for an entire year after the birth of their first child.