History was made this month for the people Down Under. The Australian parliament passed a bill to amend the current Narcotic Drugs Act to legalize marijuana. But apart from removing the criminal stigma most medical marijuana users feel, this new law will open the door for people who require medical weed to hopefully have better access to the drug. Too Late? It’s fitting that this law was passed exactly a year after 25-year-old Daniel Haslam lost his battle against terminal bowel cancer . Despite its illegality, Haslam used medical marijuana to help ease the horrific pain and nausea he endured from chemotherapy before he died last February. His family said that although marijuana improved his appetite and energy, his cancer was too far gone to be reversed. After his death, his mo
It seems that coffee provides many more men than just an energy boost. In fact, a new study found that caffeine drinks could be used to spice up your night life 🙂 Research at the University of Texas found that men who consumed two cups of coffee a day have a lower risk of erectile dysfunction than those who did not consume it. The most interesting part of the results is that the effect of caffeine is successful, irrespective of weight and blood pressure. Researchers gathered data from 3700 even men, who had to answer questions about caffeine intake in the last 24 days. Otherwise Caffeine increases blood flow to the male organ reproductive and also relaxes their muscles and arteries. So next time you think of action under the sheets, first go and have a cup of coffee.
The designer told "WWD" that designers "should be proud" to outfit the incoming First Lady.Five days after Sophie Theallet became the first U.S.-based designer to publicly speak out against dressing incoming First Lady Melania Trump, Tommy Hilfiger came out in favor of a decidedly opposing stance. When asked about Theallet's comments at Monday evening's Angel Ball in New York City, Hilfiger told WWD: "I think Melania is a very beautiful woman and I think any designer should be proud to dress her." Hilfiger went on to compliment Ivanka Trump, as well, saying: IVANKA IS EQUALLY AS BEAUTIFUL AND SMART, ALTHOUGH SHE WEARS HER OWN CLOTHES. I DON'T THINK PEOPLE SHOULD BECOME POLITICAL ABOUT IT. EVERYONE WAS VERY HAPPY TO DRESS MICHELLE [OBAMA] AS WELL. I THINK THEY LOOK GREAT IN THE CLO...
Michelle Obama’s designer , Sophie Theallet started a controversy when she wrote a letter saying that she refused to dress Melania Trump. “As one who celebrates and strives for diversity, individual freedom and respect for all lifestyles, I will not participate in dressing or associating in any way with the next first lady,” she started. “The rhetoric of racism, sexism and xenophobia unleashed by her husband’s presidential campaign are incompatible with the shared values we live by. I encourage my fellow designers to do the same,” she wrote. Some designers answered back in disagreement. “First lady is first lady. It’s a position that should be exalted not disrespected. I can’t believe anyone would basically spit at the opportunity. It’s so un-American,” said celebrity designer Bradl