[Warning: Graphic content ahead.] I have to admit, I mostly avoid the Dr. Pimple Popper Instagram page at all costs. My mind, body, and soul can't deal with the extractions that are basically surgical procedures. As soon as I see a scalpel or blood, I'm out. However, I can deal with the blackhead ones. Sandra Lee, the Southern California-based cosmetic surgeon and dermatologist behind the account, posted a quick video of one of the absolute gnarly blackhead extractions I've ever seen. I'm unclear if people still use the word "gnarly" anymore, but it's the most applicable word for this. [Ed note: "Gnarly" is 100 percent the best and only accurate adjective here.] Sarah Kinonen, Allure's associate
In more than two-minute long video, the teens can be heard laughing, instead of calling for help as a Florida man struggled to stay afloat in a pond.
WNBA legend Sue Bird revealed publicly for the first time what she has known since playing point guard for UConn and family and friends have known for years.
My wife had developed gestational diabetes, which required weekly checkups where nurses could monitor our baby’s heartbeat for hours at a time, as well as regular consultations regarding her diet and caloric intake, so any potential harmful effects of the disease would be minimized. One minute, my brain is flooding with endorphins and tears are streaming down my face as I’m staring in awe at this perfect, tiny little person, the culmination of this incredible 9-month journey; the next, a nurse notices something’s not right, snatches him away urgently, a loud klaxon starts going off, the room starts filling up with more nurses and doctors, who I notice are exchanging serious, concerned looks with one another, no one is answering our questions-it was horrifying.
A husband and wife with three young kids have both been diagnosed with terminal cancer and been told they have just months to live. Ed and Karen Stewart were given the devastating news within weeks of each other and are now trying to savor their remaining time with their children. The couple, from Dublin, Ireland, have also urged other parents to go straight to the doctor if they are feeling unwell and to make as many memories as possible with their families. Karen, 36, had previously beaten neuroblastoma but was told earlier this year it had returned 16 years on from her original diagnosis. Husband Ed, 42, was then told in May that he had terminal pancreatic cancer. Friends have now launched
The president of the United Auto Workers union said on Thursday the union is talking with General Motors about the potential threat to plants and jobs from slumping U.S. car sales. GM's response will be more trucks and SUVs, and sources say at least six slow-selling car models may be killed off. "We are talking to (GM) right now about the products that they currently have" at underused car plants such as Hamtramck in Michigan and Lordstown in Ohio, and whether they might be replaced with newer, more popular vehicles such as crossovers, Dennis Williams told reporters. "We are tracking it (and) we are addressing it," Williams added. GM has cut shifts at several U.S. plants this year as inventories
A mom has told how she was left feeling “hideous” after a bride she considered a friend airbrushed her out of her wedding photos. The experience left Julie Warren so devastated she hasn’t had her picture taken for 10 years. The 52-year-old mom revealed the bride’s treatment of her in the run up to the wedding and on the big day made Warren feel a “non person” and “so hideous, I cannot be in a photograph.” The bride was a colleague at the school where Warren worked and they often worked as a pair. Warren thought they got on well but when her workmate was planning her wedding, Warren was left feeling unwanted. She told the Mirror Online: “She ordered really fancy handmade invites, in the form of