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Meet Joy Mangano, the Real-Life ‘Joy’ Behind the Upcoming Film
Joy Mangano is the home shopping entrepreneur and inventor whose life story serves as the inspiration for the film “Joy.” The film stars several of Hollywood’s biggest actors, including Bradley Cooper , Robert De Niro and Jennifer Lawrence , who plays Mangano. It’s directed by David O. Russell .
Real-Life 'Joy' Discusses the Story Behind the Upcoming Film
Joy Mangano talks about being the inspiration for the new movie starring Jennifer Lawrence.
What You Must Know About the Chemicals in Your Sunscreen
You probably don’t need to be told (again) how important wearing sunscreen is for reducing your risk of skin cancer , not to mention sunburns and signs of premature aging (think wrinkles). But go ahead and Google “best sunscreens” or even “sunscreen,” and plenty of articles pop up suggesting that
Baby Beer Bottles and 4 More Questionable Children's Toys
Watching a baby throw back his head to take a long sip from his bottle is a common adorable sight for parents. But what if the bottle is tinted brown with a tin top and labeled "lager"? Still cute? Fred And Friends, the manufacturers of a prank baby bottle called "Chill Baby, Li'l Lager Baby
Myths and Facts About Your Microwave
Did you see American Hustle? Remember that scene where Jennifer Lawrence’s hilarious, mouthy character Roslyn almost burns down the house by putting a meal in the microwave that’s covered with tin foil? In a fit of anger, she tells her husband, Irv, (played by Christian Bale) that he never should
New Report Says BPA Is Safe at Low Levels
Europe's food safety department found that people are not exposed to BPA at harmful levels.
Easy Ways to Slash Your BPA Exposure
The thing I hate most about shopping is not navigating a crowded store or staring at my pasty reflection under the dressing room’s harsh lighting. Nope, that stuff doesn’t bother me. If you ask me, the most dreaded store moment is watching the machine spit out a footlong receipt, and then swimming
How an Antifreeze Ingredient Led to a Whiskey Recall in Europe
The overseas recall of a batch of U.S. whiskey imported to three Scandinavian countries has focused new attention on an ingredient that has long been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for use in foods and beverage. The issue arose after Finland , Sweden and Norway asked the makers
Dinner for One? How to Avoid Overeating When You're By Yourself
We eat solo about half of the time, according to a recent report. We dine alone 60% of the time at breakfast, 55% of the time at lunch, and up to 70% of the time when eating snacks. The solitary dining trend is due in part to on-the-go lifestyles, as well as the fact that nearly one third of
5 Health Mistakes You Make Every Day
Your day is fraught with peril--from the dumbphone that bloops while you're driving to the NSFW website that beckons at 3 p.m. Those risks you know. How about these? 7 A.M. - You Brush Just After Breakfast Brushing after eating acidic foods - especially fruit and juice - can weaken enamel, says