Welcome to FOX News First. Not signed up yet? Click here. In a wide-ranging interview, President Trump addressed speculation that Defense Secretary James Mattis could leave the administration, defended his approach to NATO, explained why he trusts Kim Jong Un and said he would not shut down Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation Trump is expected Monday to visit areas of Florida and Georgia ravaged by Hurricane Michael Ailing retail giant Sears filed for bankruptcy protection early Monday The president of Turkey and Saudi King reportedly have discussed forming a team to investigate the disappearance and alleged killing of Saudi activist Jamal Khashoggi ICYMI: Hillary Clinton denied in an interview Sunday that Bill Clinton's affair with White House intern Monica Lewinsky was an abuse of power Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, is pregnant. She and Prince Harry, the Duke of Sussex, are expecting their first child next spring, Kensington Palace … [Read more...] about FOX NEWS FIRST: Speculation over Trump administration shakeup; Trump to see Michael’s carnage; A royal pregnancy
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WELLNESS 08/01/2018 12:19 pm ET From how the weather affects your cycle to syncing up with your friends. Nicole Pajer On Assignment For HuffPost There are a ton of questions about periods that exist out in the universe. For instance, is it true that spending time with a close female friend will cause your cycle to sync up with hers? Does your period really stop when you’re in water? And getting pregnant during your period is completely off the table, right? You might be surprised at what’s fact and what’s fiction. Since knowledge is power ― especially when it comes to your body ― HuffPost asked some experts to set the record straight on questions like these and more. Here’s what you should know about your flow: Do cramps get better with exercise? Answer: They might. You may have been told to hit the elliptical or go for a brisk walk to battle menstrual discomfort. Studies are inconclusive on whether this really alleviates the … [Read more...] about 21 Period Myths That Need To Be Addressed ASAP
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Richard Feloni, provided by Published 8:33 pm, Saturday, April 7, 2018 Sarah Jacobs/Business Insider Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards has a new memoir called "Make Trouble." Richards brought Planned Parenthood back to its movement roots and has defended it from members of Congress throughout her tenure. Planned Parenthood provides a wide variety of women's health services across the United States, but its abortion services have made it one of the most controversial organizations in the country. Richards told Business Insider that she's been inspired throughout her career by her late mother, Texas Governor Ann Richards, and her upbringing in an activist family. Cecile Richards has never shied away from controversy. Back in seventh grade, she got sent to the principal's office for protesting the Vietnam War. More recently, as president of Planned Parenthood, she defended the organization in a heated 2015 congressional hearing. For Richards, it's all worth it … [Read more...] about Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards on stepping down this year, battling Congress, and why she’s a ‘troublemaker’ who’s never looking for a fight
It may seem highly implausible for a woman to go through nine months of pregnancy without realizing she has a baby on the way. Yet experts say it happens more often than most people think. The phenomenon is called cryptic pregnancy or pregnancy denial, and according to one British study it occurs in approximately 1 in 2,500 pregnancies. Just last week, a woman in Massachusetts visited an emergency room complaining of severe back pain and just over an hour later she was holding her brand new 10-pound baby girl. The new mom, Katie Kropas, said she had no idea she was expecting. "They told me that I had a full term baby, ready to come, now. So I found out at 10:15 and I had her at 11:06," said Kropas. How is this even possible, you might ask? There are a number of factors that may help explain how a woman could have no idea she's with child: Home pregnancy tests aren't always accurate The first impulse for many women who think they're pregnant is to pee on a stick. Home pregnancy … [Read more...] about CBS News Logo Surprise delivery: How could a woman not know she’s pregnant?