Shannan Rouss


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Past articles by Shannan:

If This Busy Entrepreneur Can Find Balance So Can You

Hickies co-founder Mariquel Weingarten reveals how she balances work, motherhood and taking care of herself. → Read More

From Boot Camp to the Office: How This Entrepreneur Makes It All Work

We talked to the consummate multi-tasker and founder of apron company Hedley & Bennett about how she keeps her energy up — and still manages to find ways to unwind. → Read More

Here's What Jenna Jameson Eats Every Day on the Keto Diet

Jenna Jameson has lost 60 pounds on the ketogenic diet and now she's sharing the details of her meal plan. → Read More

A Woman’s Edge: The Running Advantage Ladies Can Brag About

When it comes to running, should men and women train differently? Instagrammer Grace Kim James can answer this question from experience. → Read More

Blue Diamond Almond Milk recalled for — wait for it — containing actual milk

The manufacturing company behind Blue Diamond's Almond Breeze, HP Hood, is recalling more than 145,000 cartons of the brand's vanilla almond milk. The reason? Those cartons may contain cow's milk. → Read More

Flying with a peanut allergy can be dangerous — just ask Dua Lipa

Breakout Bitish pop star Dua Lipa called out United Airlines on Twitter after a flight attendant apparently brushed off her sister's serious peanut allergy. → Read More

Jenna Jameson lost 57 pounds on the keto diet — a doctor weighs in

Former adult film actress Jenna Jameson shares on Instagram that she dropped a dramatic 57 pounds in less than four months, courtesy of the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet. → Read More

Relationship drama: why men suffer more than women

Disagreeing about topics like children, money, in-laws, religion and leisure activities has a more negative effect on men's health than on wives. → Read More

Yes, the World Cup Can Give You a Heart Attack

Watching the World Cup could increase your risk for a heart attack — especially if you're a man of a certain age. → Read More

Mile High Club Exposed: The Unexpected Psychology Behind Plane Sex

People are having sex on airplanes — and it's actually pretty normal. It's more about the danger of getting caught rather than the thrill of being seen, says one expert. → Read More

Flight attendants have higher cancer rates, and this doctor thinks he knows why

Flight attendants are at an increased risk for several types of cancers — and radiation exposure (from outer space) along with what's known as circadian rhythm disruption (from red-eye shifts and constant jet lag) have been cited as potential causes for the prevalence of cancer. → Read More

How Carson Daly helped Meghan Trainor understand her anxiety

During her stint co-hosting the Today Show, singer Meghan Trainor, 24, revealed how Carson Daly's candor about his generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) helped her articulate her own struggle with the condition. → Read More

Jason Momoa's Aquaman movie diet

We spoke to Aquaman trainer Stuart Walton about the eating habits that helped transform Momoa into a half-human, half-Atlantean superhero. → Read More

The fascinating way your crow's feet makes people like you

According to new study, that wrinkling around your eyes — which occurs when you smile or are in pain or upset — makes your expressions appear more genuine. → Read More

What the IHOb? You Don't Want to Eat IHOP's New Burgers

IHOP Restaurants announces that it is going by a new name – IHOb, or International House of Burgers. Let's see how these IHOb burgers stack up when it comes to nutrition. → Read More

Dog flu is real. Here's everything you need to know

According to a new study published in the journal of the American Society for Microbiology, dogs could be to blame for the next flu pandemic. → Read More

Living with depression? Weight training might help

A review of past clinical trials shows that resistance exercises — from doing push-ups to lifting weights — can help significantly reduce symptoms of depression. → Read More

How much exercise you need to keep your brain healthy

After reviewing close to 100 clinical trials, researchers have determined that working out for at least 52 hours over the course of six months can help older adults stay mentally sharp. → Read More

Revenge of the nerds: The link between glasses and intelligence confirmed

A new study finds that intelligent people are 28 percent more likely to wear glasses or contact lenses and 32 percent more likely to be nearsighted. → Read More

Noisy restaurants affect how you order — and not in a good way

According to a new study, you're more likely to order something unhealthy when you're eating in a noisy restaurant compared to one that's quieter. → Read More