Today's Curated NoPo Headlines - March 27, 2018

CONSUMER/PERSONAL FINANCE

Apple is holding its first media event of the year today, and rumored star of the show? A budget iPad for students and schools; New-car reveals get rolling at New York Auto Show; Seniors embracing adventure travel like never before; Goldman Sachs bullish on gold – for first time in more than five years; Red Lobster debuts lobster and waffles; Snapchat’s celebrity exodus keeps getting…worse; 17% bonus bonanza for Wall Street in ’17; GE shares-lowest since 2009; Engagement-moons (one of biggest wedding trends this year); Wendy’s “We Beefin?” mixtape; Walmart robots

HEALTH & WELLNESS

As if round one wasn’t bad enough, the CDC warns of a second wave of flu virus, happening…now!; Macaulay Culkin launches Goop-Meets-The Onion lifestyle site called Bunny Ears; Majority of those w/dangerously high cholesterol not taking medication; What to know about taking melatonin supplements to improve your sleep; Why this new nap cafe is better than your coffee break; The rise and rise of a little blue pill called Viagra, which hit market 20 years ago today…

FASHION/BEAUTY

Are skin-care memberships the new gym memberships?; Reformation launches extended sizing for first time ever; What probiotics, prebiotics, and postbiotics could potentially do for your skin; How H&M is leading charge for sustainable fashion; Pastel women’s sneakers to wear all spring long [Check out the cute Vans]; New cosmetic treatments you’ve never heard of that could make you look like a supermodel; Ugg’s chic makeover; An unrecognizable Christina Aguilera…

FITNESS/DIET

Mainstream diet too time-consuming, Laurel? Inefficient? Enter the 3-Week Diet, which is drawing attention for its quick results; ConBody: The Revolutionary Bodyweight Prison Boot Camp hits shelves today; Under Armour rolls out new comfort footwear technology–like “wrapping your foot in a pillow”??; Impact of ceasing exercise on an individual’s mental health (almost immediate for some); Surprising side effects of weight loss; Sports sponsorships and junk food (intertwined); SlimFast – bad.

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