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Tom Ford's Penis Shaped Pendant Perturbs Catholic League Pres.

By EDGE | Dec 17
Designer Tom Ford's new phallic jewelry has incurred the wrath of Catholic League president Bill Donohue over its perceived resemblance to a cross.


Fashion

SNOWMAN Redefines the Puffy Coat

Dec 17
SNOWMAN redefines the puffy coat for an urban look that will keep a stylish woman warm this winter.Each coat is filled with 90% dependable high loft 600-fill power thermal down insulation, combining the feel of outdoor sportswear with high fashion.

Tom Ford's Penis Shaped Pendant Perturbs Catholic League Pres.

By EDGE | Dec 17
Designer Tom Ford's new phallic jewelry has incurred the wrath of Catholic League president Bill Donohue over its perceived resemblance to a cross.

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Pet Tattoos? Taboo in New York State

By Michael Virtanen | Dec 16
Body art is not for animals, at least not in New York. It will soon be a crime to pierce or tattoo your companion animal anywhere in the state.

Christmas Tree Shopping: Cost Vs. Convenience

By Holly Ramer | Dec 15
Some U.S. consumers are going over the Internet or through the woods to find fresh Christmas trees this year, taking advantage of shopping options at opposite ends of the cost spectrum.

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Grooming

Indoor Tanning Injuries Could Send You to the ER

By Matthew Wexler | Dec 16
Indoor tanning injuries have declined but still sent more than 1,000 people to emergency rooms in recent years. Here's a look at what's billed as the first national estimate on these injuries, from the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Top Five Tips for Keeping Your Skin Hydrated

By Winnie McCroy | Dec 15
Licensed esthetician Kelly Mack shares her top five skincare tips for winter weather.

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Food & Drink

Menus Will Sport New Calorie Labels for Alcohol

By Mary Clare Jalonick | Dec 17
Don't want to be confronted with the number of calories in that margarita or craft beer? Then avoid the menu and order at the bar.

Congress Puts Potatoes on the Menu for Low-Income Moms

By Mary Clare Jalonick | Dec 16
For the first time, low-income women would be able to pay for white potatoes with government-subsidized vouchers issued by the Women, Infants and Children nutrition program, known as WIC.

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