Geraldine Ferraro Dies

By: Jessica Wakeman / March 27, 2011

Geraldine Ferraro, the first woman from a major party ever to run for vice president, died yesterday at age 75. Ferraro was a Queens criminal prosecutor and then representative in Congress who joined Walter Mondale in a presidential run in 1984. Although the Walter-Mondale ticket proved no match for Ronald Reagan and George Bush (41),… More »


Sex, Running And Other Intense Activity Can Be Deadly

By: AOL Health / March 27, 2011

Too much of a good thing can kill you.

Short spurts of strenuous physical activity, like having sex or going for a run, can dramatically raise the risk of life-threatening heart problems in older people, new research shows. The chance is even greater among those who don’t exercise regularly.

The study,… More »


Shopping Guide: 9 Minimalist Earrings

By: Annika Harris / March 27, 2011

Herve Leger Thinks Models Are Too Skinny And Sad

By: Julie Gerstein / March 27, 2011

“If I had to go back to catwalk presentations I would be in a panic .. .Already the models I find are too skinny, too sad. And I knew the age of the super top models, Linda Evangelista and Cindy Crawford, who were always lively and smiling. Today you go between several défilés and you… More »


I Need A Petite Lap Giraffe

By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / March 27, 2011

The mini-lap giraffe in the DirecTV ads is now for sale! You can buy your lap giraffe today from Sokolovsky Farms, Russia’s finest purveyor of Petite Lap Giraffes. Ok, not really. It’s an ad campaign. But you can still waste time watching the little critters on a live web cam or finding out pet care… More »


Elizabeth Berkley Writes Self-Esteem Book, Praises Taylor Swift

By: TooFab / March 26, 2011

Elizabeth Berkley is reaching out to teens the same age as her famous “Saved by the Bell” character, Jessie Spano — with a new self-help book for young girls.

Berkley, now 38, has just penned a book for young adults called “Ask Elizabeth” — which she’s hoping will open up a dialogue for… More »