Whether you’re rockin’ that ugly sweater one last time or wishing you could fast forward to 2018, enjoy our favorites from the web this week.
It’s that time of the year when your hometown and all its quirks and characters usually come to the forefront of your holiday narrative. Did your hometown shape your personality? While many of us are transplants across the world,where we hail from has a far-reaching impact.
“WE NEED A FAT PRINCESS... How incredible would it be for little kids to grow up and instead of saying ‘I want to look like her!’, they could say, ‘wow she looks like me!’?” Two body positivity activists have ignited the#DreamBigPrincess photo campaign to call on Disney to portray more body diversity amongst its princesses.
Researchers at the University of Southampton have discovered gene variations that may limit young women’s survival when it comes to early-onset breast cancer.These results could improve diagnostic and treatment strategies for young women.
“Vaginismus is a complicated and poorly understood condition that causes involuntary spasms in the vagina.” One woman shares her story ofpelvic floor physical therapy whilst learning how to manage her anxiety.
The overuse of antibiotics is proven to be problematic and now a new study suggests that they might be interfering with the microbiome of bacteria that live in the gut and elsewhere. Furthermore, these changes can potentially be passed down through generations and cause disease.
“[Negotiating] is a conversation about how you are going to bring value to the company and how can the company support you in doing that.”These tips on negotiating your salary will ensure you are your own best financial advocate.A potential (and extremely easy) New Year’s resolution? Work on making better first impressions.This compilation of old-fashioned ways to make a first impression are 110% worth taking with you to 2018.