SiriusXM buying Pandora after how many years of on-again, off-again talks?; Pet store puppies spreading drug-resistant infection to humans; Instagram co-founders leaving company; Time running out for Sears; Ancestry hoping you’ll share your DNA for custom Spotify playlist?!; Pay tumbles 53% for ‘gig’ drivers; Starbucks shakes up company structure; Credit scores hit all-time high; Kobe beef sliders…from Costco?; The highly-anticipated documentary about Queen Elizabeth (tonight); A bookable chocolate cottage w/edible interiors (anytime); Celine Dion’s final dates of Las Vegas concert residency; Gritty the mascot…
Could senolytic therapies cure aging?; Hip pain becoming epidemic among young, fit women; Drinking probably aging you much more than you realize; Playing golf regularly = longer life?; The science behind everyone’s new obsession with…pickle juice; An association between height and varicose veins; A new device offering hope for people w/heart failure; Lonely older Americans (one in three); Purple Sweet Potato McShake (Japan only).
Michael Kors nears deal to buy Versace for > $2 billion; Supermarket chain Publix relaxes dress code, lets workers sport beards (so long as they’re neat and tidy, Michael); Madewell moves into home goods to cater to nesting millennials; Dryer sheets – behind that mystery breakout?; Sarah Jessica Parker’s shout-out on Insta to small knitwear business you’ve likely never heard of (until now); Cynthia Rowley’s take on future of fashion; The Sports Illustrated swimsuit model dating Twitter Founder Jack Dorsey.
Why do we keep eating even though full?? Blame your brain!; Jada Pinkett Smith shows off three generations of abs w/daughter and mom; Barre3 looks to redefine traditional fitness segment w/emphasis on empowerment (as opposed to external measures of success, like, ahem, the “perfect” body); The average person gains 17 pounds w/in one year of finding love?; How Hilaria Baldwin keeps up w/her active lifestyle after having one.two.three.four children in under 5 years; Why belly fat is particularly bad for your health…and what you can do about it.