From Martha Stewart gracing the covers of Sports Illustrated to the runaway success of the “Barbie” movie and now to Taylor Swift, it seems the blondes do have it. We have discussed the power of triggering our innate beauty receptors and the latest example is
“Barbie” is the talk of the town, even gracing the cover of TIME Magazine. People everywhere are flocking to theaters ($780.7 million in revenue as of Aug. 1), dressing themselves (and even their pets) in hot pink attire and purchasing Barbie merchandise.
March 13, 2020 is etched in our collective memory as a global community. This pivotal day saw President Donald Trump declare a national emergency as our world prepared to confront a pandemic of proportions unseen in over a century. The rapid transformation of our daily
Martha Stewart is making a splash by confidently gracing the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition at age 81. In doing so, she is also inciting fruitful conversation about the many factors that make a person beautiful.
When it comes to age-related conditions, cataracts and dementia are typically at the top of the list. Each condition has a significant impact on an individual's quality of life, much so if dealing with both simultaneously.