‘Flip or Flop’ Star Tarek El Moussa Shares Alarming Photo to Show ‘How Absolutely Sick I Was’
“Look at this photo and look at my eyes, I was a skeleton,” writes HGTV star, who was diagnosed with two types of cancer El Moussa, who in the past was diagnosed with both thyroid and testicular cancer, took to Instagram to post the photo, which he ultimately hopes will serve as inspiration to others. “I thought I would share this with everyone… to truly understand how absolutely sick I was… look at this photo and look at my eyes, I was a skeleton,” El Moussa wrote. El Moussa, who’s currently undergoing a divorce from his wife and “Flip or Flop” costar Christina El Moussa, continued, This took a major toll on my physical and mental health. [...] Read: 'Flip or Flop' Stars Fuel Reconciliation Hopes After Meeting With Life Coach El Moussa…
7 are finalists for Luna CC president's job
SANTA FE - Seven finalists to become the new president of Luna Community College in Las Vegas, N.M., include a current department director at the college, four applicants from Texas and one each from California…
How Brandless’s creative chief built an anti-brand from scratch
Jen Tank has arguably one of the hardest jobs in design: branding a brand that eschews branding. Here’s how she works through the challenge.
Why Trump is vulnerable to impeachment: Allan Lichtman
In the early stages of his presidency, he has already begun matching the abuses of Nixon.
Utah bill seeks to strengthen campus safety following University of Utah student Lauren...
With the death of University of Utah student Lauren McCluskey in mind, a state lawmaker is seeking to strengthen campus safety when it comes to stalking, sexual assault and relationship violence.
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These Lamps Illustrate How Lamps Work When You Turn Them On
The Node lamps by Odd Matter Studio are like a sculptural object you might find in a Science Museum, but for your home.
Witness: Cardinal DiNardo complained of leg problems during parish ceremony
Cardinal Daniel DiNardo left a religious ceremony at the Sacred Heart Co-Cathedral in a wheel chair the same night he suffered what doctors diagnosed as a "mild stroke," according to a witness and a Catholic insider blog The 69-year-old cardinal was leading the Stations of the Cross ceremony across the street from the downtown Houston chancery Friday night when church attendee Jared Gogets noticed DiNardo was "having problems standing and walking." The cardinal then complained that something was wrong with his leg, the witness said "He looked like he was fine until about the third station," said Gogets, who attends St. Michael the Archangel Catholic Church in Houston. "It looked like he almost fell over." Deacons…
Mockingbird Diner in Dallas is turning into a cafeteria
Mockingbird Diner, a breakfast-lunch-dinner place near Love Field Airport, is letting its servers go. Starting on Monday, Mockingbird Diner will be...
'Why Are We So Angry?' The Atlantic on politics in 2018
Anger has become less episodic and more persistent in daily life, argues journalist Charles Duhigg in his latest piece for The Atlantic. Duhigg joins Morning Joe to discuss his research anger and its impact on politics.