Prince Harry, Meghan to skip Christmas with Prince William, Kate and royal family

Prince Harry and Meghan, the Duke and Duchess of Sussex, will spend this Christmas, their first as parents to son Archie, apart from the rest of the royal family. Interested in Royal Family? The duke and duchess will instead spend the Christmas holiday with Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, a spokesperson

Student athletes more likely to get concussions in games than practice: Study

High school athletes are more likely to have concussions during games than in practice, according to a new study by the American Academy of Pediatrics. In the new study, 20 high school sports, including football, wrestling, field hockey and cheerleading, were examined over the course of five years to see

Dietitian reveals five morning habits to get rid of your belly fat

How to banish your belly fat FAST: Dietitian reveals the five simple morning tricks that will slim your stomach in time for summer Dietitian Susie Burrell has revealed the five morning habits to get rid of belly fat She said drinking 500ml of water first thing will kickstart your digestive

Ariana Grande revisits ‘thank u, next’ video for new fragrance promo

Ariana Grande’s single “thank u, next” and its instantly iconic video were so successful that the singer named her new perfume “thank u, next.” Now, she’s revisited the video and its stars for a hilarious promo for the fragrance. Just like the “thank u, next” video, the promo features a

Take a sneak peek inside the Marvel hotel coming to Disneyland Paris

Prepare to assemble! A Marvel hotel is opening in summer 2020 at Disneyland Paris. Interested in Marvel? Disney’s Hotel New York – The Art of Marvel, the first hotel dedicated entirely to the celebration of Marvel art, is inspired by a New York art gallery and pays tribute to the

Terminally ill teen dedicates his last months to giving kids a voice

For Eric Erdman, life hasn’t always been easy. He was born 25 weeks early and weighed less than 2 pounds. He had learning challenges growing up, and was a victim of child abuse and bullying. Then at 16 years old, Erdman was diagnosed with anaplastic ependymoma, cancer in his brain.