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Watch John Stamos as a pot-smoking therapist on Sunday’s ‘You’

Watch John Stamos as a pot-smoking therapist on Sunday’s ‘You’

Courtesy of Lifetime(NEW YORK) — This Sunday, John Stamos joins the Lifetime thriller You for a four-episode arc in which he plays a therapist with some unconventional methods. He plays Dr. Nicky, the therapist of Elizabeth Lail’s character Beck. Things get twisted when Beck’s stalker Joe, played by Penn Badgley, also begins seeing him. “I…

‘Halloween’s’ Jamie Lee Curtis insists its not just another slasher movie

‘Halloween’s’ Jamie Lee Curtis insists its not just another slasher movie

Andrew Eccles/Universal Pictures(LOS ANGELES) — Probably one of the biggest horror movies to open this year — Halloween — opens nationwide on Friday. A direct sequel to the 1978 original, Jamie Lee Curtis returns as Laurie Strode, still dealing with the violent attack she suffered 40 years earlier. Curtis tells ABC Radio that the new film…

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Expanded editions of first two Paul McCartney and Wings albums, “Wild Life” and “Red Rose Speedway,” due in December

Expanded editions of first two Paul McCartney and Wings albums, “Wild Life” and “Red Rose Speedway,” due in December

MPL/Capitol/UMePaul McCartney continues his ongoing Archive Collection reissue campaign with the December 7 release of expanded versions of his first two albums with his post-Beatles band Wings: Wild Life and Red Rose Speedway. A super deluxe box set titled Wings 1971-1973 featuring both expanded reissues, plus bonus live recordings and memorabilia also will be available…

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Mom reveals the most heartbreaking comments people have made to her since she lost her baby

Mom reveals the most heartbreaking comments people have made to her since she lost her baby

(Courtesy: Ariel Mendoza) Ariel Mendoza, 24, of St. Paul, Minnesota, shared a photo project revealing the most upsetting comments people made to her since she lost her son.(ST. PAUL, Minn.) — A woman who lost her newborn son is spotlighting what she feels are the most unintentionally upsetting comments that people have made to her.Ariel…

Letting sunlight in really can kill dark-loving bacteria, study shows

Letting sunlight in really can kill dark-loving bacteria, study shows

iStock/ThinkstockBy Dr. Tambetta Ojong (NEW YORK) — Opening the window shades in the morning may not only help the growth of indoor plants or get skin a little dose of vitamin D — it might also lower amounts of living bacteria that thrive in the dark.An abundance of sunlight was significantly associated with lower amounts…

Fertility rates decreasing as 1st-time moms get older: CDC

Fertility rates decreasing as 1st-time moms get older: CDC

iStock/Thinkstock(ATLANTA) — Fertility rates have declined in the U.S. and women are giving birth for the first time later and later, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.The results came after researchers from the National Center for Health Statistics analyzed birth data compiled by the National Vital Statistics System from 2007 to 2017…