A beauty content creator shared a viral tip that is said to reduce facial inflammation, and experts told Newsweek what they make of it.
As the Duke and Duchess of Sussex consider their next entertainment industry moves, a return of a more light-hearted Harry could help them win back support.
The husband had been hoping she would cancel the holiday and have a "nice staycation" with him but she decided against that.
"That's why I got my cat a friend.. then another friend.. then another friend," one user said.
Breweries around the world are incorporating sustainable practices into their operations—solar panel heaters, reverse osmosis, grain donations and more.
"These dogs got us wrapped around [their] little paws," said one commenter on TikTok.
One comment, with 13,000 likes, said: "Why can't my dog be an iPad or tv kid?"
The study tracked participants' risk of Type 2 diabetes over a six-year period.
A dog expert told Newsweek how often dog owners should be washing their pets.
Thirty-four severely matted dogs and one cat were found in seriously unsanitary conditions in New York state on Friday.
A symbolic moment at the end of Queen Elizabeth's funeral in September 2022 in England has been viewed over 723,000 times on a social-media site.
It felt like the decision had been made for me.
"Some dogs have literally zero idea how big they are," one person commented on the viral video.
Cayley Wilders told Newsweek that, when she looked out of the window to see her husband teaching Arabella to jump, she "felt proud and lucky to have them both."
"Are you looking for somewhere your children can play with others that look like them?" the mom-and-tots advert read.
"In the end, my friend just fronted the bill to avoid a problem," the tourists told Newsweek about their expensive pasta meal.
"At Peggy Adams Animal Rescue League, we see the impact of the stigma against large dogs, especially pit bull mixes, every day."
Charles' reference to the new Prince and Princess of Wales in his first address to the nation as monarch has been viewed over 150,000 times on TikTok.
"Our mothers always tease us and our somewhat indulgent lifestyles, saying we always think we're Kardashians," the bride-to-be told Newsweek.
"I had never seen one this big," Debbie Ellwood told Newsweek. "It jumped out and ran across my forearm and hand and then hid behind my stapler."