Polyamorous Australian couple Emmy Blaise and husband Cal left Christian church to be in open marriage

Aussie couple Emmy Blaise and her husband Cal*, both 35, feel liberated since leaving the confines of the ultra-conservative Christian church in which they were raised. The parents of three young children are now in an open marriage – saying they have the freedom to explore other physical and emotional relationships. WATCH THE VIDEO ABOVE: … Read more

Crime concerns in DC prompt restaurant departures

D.C. restaurants grapple with crime concerns. After a tough year for D.C. restaurants in 2022, the new year isn’t off to a great start with several local owners ringing the alarm bell on social media and one chain deciding to leave the District entirely. FOX 5’s Katie Barlow has the details. WASHINGTON – After a … Read more

In Your Debt: How couples can team up on debt repayment

Between financially helping his parents and losing income as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, Jeremy Mazza landed into serious credit card debt. Relief came from a source he wasn’t expecting: his partner, Ginna Lambert, who had come into a small inheritance. She suggested “investing” part of her bounty in their shared future by lending … Read more

‘This has bugged me all my life’: My estranged father gave me $1,000 a month to buy a house in California. My brother cried foul, and told me to stop. Who’s right?

This has bugged me all my life. My father left my family when I was 7. I’m not sure how much in child support he paid my mother. Soon after I graduated college, he visited me for the first time since he left the family. He told me that he wanted to send me money … Read more

Know all about Lucky Girl Syndrome, the newest mental health ‘hack’ to go viral on social media

Do you ever look at some people and think they are just lucky and that everything always seems to go their way? Well, according to a new mental health ‘hack’ going viral on social media, you don’t have to feel jealous of them anymore as you too can harness the power of being ‘lucky’. Dubbed … Read more

Alcohol flush warns of deadly disease: Stanford study

It’s sobering news for the rosy-cheeked drinker. If you’ve knocked back a few and feel a warm flush creep up your face and ears, you’re not alone. While often thought of as annoying rather than dangerous, alcohol flush may be a sign of something more serious brewing beneath the surface, a new study suggests. Roughly … Read more

Why autism rates have skyrocketed in the NYC metro area: study

Autism rates in the Big Apple have ballooned at a baffling rate. Instances of Autism Spectrum Disorder, or ASD, have tripled in the New York-New Jersey metro area — from one percent of the population in 2000 to three percent in 2016. That’s largely due to a growing number of diagnoses in children without intellectual … Read more

Daily practices to lengthen your healthspan

Living to 90 is a feat in itself, but imagine being able to compete in triathlons even as you near that distinguished age.  This is the reality for Dr. Joseph Maroon, an 82-year-old triathlete who also works as a consultant neurosurgeon for the Pittsburgh Steelers and medical director of the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). “I … Read more

Yelp ranks this LA restaurant 1st in its ‘Top 100 Places to Eat’ list

DTLA spot tops Yelp’s 100 places to eat in 2023 Broken Mouth Lee’s Homestyle in downtown Los Angeles topped the list of Yelp’s 1000 places to eat in 2023. LOS ANGELES – California is no stranger to delicious foods from all different cultures.  That’s probably why it comes to no surprise that the Golden State … Read more