Turlington Burns is calling on mothers to honor “No Mother’s Day” instead, to raise awareness of the 358,000 mothers who die worldwide from pregnancy or childbirth complications each year.
Kids grow up so fast. One father figured out how to preserve the transition for posterity.
Swooning fans of the erotic novel Fifty Shades of Grey — critics call it “mommy porn” — meet author E.L. James and explain why, as one woman put it, you can have “an orgasm just from reading the book.” Watch the video, above, and read TIME’s story about James here.
The actress chews up her food then transfers it to her young son using her mouth. It sure does save time.
Profanity has garnered the new documentary Bully an R-rating, but anti-bullying advocates argue that the film should be PG-13, so more kids can see the film in schools and theaters without parents tagging along.
Young girls are asking strangers on the Internet to weigh in on their looks. As one commenter writes, shouldn’t they be busy playing with dolls?
Sporting a Y chromosome? A new high-tech, outdoor billboard being tested in London won’t let you see its advertisement.
Jennifer Burke used to prize her breasts as her best feature. But it wasn’t until she had a double mastectomy that she found herself performing a burlesque striptease in front of an enthusiastic New York City crowd.
Rap improv during labor? Maybe this dad knows that laughter can help relieve stress and ease pain.
U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D-Ariz.) announced on Sunday that she will step down from Congress to focus on recovering from the gunshot wound she suffered a year ago.
A mom gives birth while stuck in an elevator. Are special deliveries in unexpected places on the rise?
A program in New York City is reviving house calls for Medicare patients with multiple illnesses in hopes of saving money on emergency room visits and hospital care.
When an emergency room doctor from Saskatchewan posted the 10 Rorschach inkblots on Wikipedia recently, it sparked a controversy over whether access to the images — and patients’ common interpretations of them — could enable mental health patients to “cheat” on the diagnostic test. What do you think? Should Wikipedia take them down? …