Sometimes we think of celebrities as flawless individuals, forgetting that they are human too. While these stars have immense talent, they are not perfect. Actress Emma Stone is proof. She has partnered with the Child Mind Institute to speak out about anxiety, something she has been dealing with for a long time.
Sometimes it seems like there are never enough hours in the day. We don't always have the time to go to the gym, eat three meals a day, or even get enough sleep, but that's where Nap-ercise comes in. David Lloyd has launched a new program to help busy people get the sleep that they need in a 45 minute class. View Now
It's nearly inhuman what these firefighters in Shanghai, China are capable of. Jump roping at incredibly fast speeds for three consecutive minutes sounds impossible but they do it without fail. Here we were thinking our double dutch skills were something to brag about. View Now
Ladies do have different tastes in men, but is it true they prefer the so called "dad bod?" Connor Murphy and Joseph Costello team up to crack the code in this social experiment. Connor seems shocked at the girls' responses but does he prevail in the end? You'll need to watch to find out. View Now
Kylie Bamberger has fought an uphill battle to save her locks from Alopecia since she was 12, but she courageously decided to shave it all off as her big wedding day approached. Instead of trying to hide her scalp beneath wigs, Kylie says she decided to reclaim her beauty and embrace the new look! View Now
Kayleigh's third IVF retrieval passed without a hitch, but judging from her hilarious hospital bed rants we're guessing some pain meds are still in her system. According to Kayleigh, no one other than George Clooney himself performed the surgery! In fact, that's why she's got such a good feeling about this batch of eggs. View Now
Just by the looks of this video, you would never guess that at 16-years-old Nikki Bradley was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma, a rare form of bone cancer. Now, after beating the disease she is summiting nearly 600-feet above the shore in the Sturrall Headland of Ireland. This Irish-native has got something to prove... That she's not defeated! View Now
Macka B is not just a one-hit-wonder because he's released a new rap and it's all about cayenne peppers. While the "Cucumber" song went viral, this one doubles as a catchy rhythm and a tricky tongue twister. Who would have guessed this powdered pepper could relieve migraines and tooth aches? View Now
Jon had been training for months for the London Marathon. He was racing in honor of his 9-year-old daughter Eva who has cystic fibrosis. At mile 24 of the race, he took a break to pop the question to his girlfriend in front of their friends and family. She said, "Yes!"
Brave "guinea pig" of sorts, Jonny Wade at Lincoln Memorial University in Tennesse volunteered to be hooked up to a labor pain simulator. From the first grimace on his face, you can already tell he's in a massive amount of pain. Although Jonny only lasts 20-seconds, we give him a fist bump for bravery. Women, you are all powerhouses when it comes to bearing children! View Now
After battling excruciating symptoms of Lyme disease for two years, Celeste Clancy received just about the best news of a lifetime. One day the horrific pain subsided and Celeste thought it was just a lucky coincidence. Many pregnancy tests later, she found out she was going to be a mom. Her pregnancy hormones seem to be keeping her Lymes disease at bay and hopefully, they'll stay that way. It's no exaggeration to say their little boy is her saving grace. View Now
Thomas wasn't even born when doctors discovered he had a rare and oftentimes deadly genetic mutation called Osteogenesis Imperfecta. Although doctors predicted he wouldn't live past several weeks, little Thomas is now 16 months old! Living with "Brittle Bone Disease" is a monumental challenge, because even simple movements can cause excruciating bone fractures. His genetic mutation has caused his bones to be so fragile that he has not been able to rollover, walk, or crawl yet. View Now
It's awful when an animal gets hurt, and this poor dog is no exception. Covered in porcupine quills, we're not sure exactly how it happened, but the doggie was able to get some treatment at the Eastwood Animal Clinic in Vermont. It was sedated as the doctor worked to keep the airway open during the procedure. Luckily, dog is doing well and recovering now. View Now
Music truly brings people together, and this time it's for a very good cause. Renowned trombonist and conductor Stephen Sykes is suffering from Hodgkin lymphoma, a very aggressive form of cancer. Stephen can no longer perform, and the treatment he needs is not available and is very expensive. In response, trombonists around the world are stepping in trying to raise some money and raise awareness. View Now
Katrina Parra's life came to a grinding halt in 2012 when she suddenly became paralyzed and was diagnosed with Acute Intermittent Porphyria. Although doctors were eventually able to reverse Katrina's paralysis, her muscles had so severely deteriorated that she now had to relearn how to use her legs and how to dance.
Half a decade later, you'd never guess this joyful, active woman was ever paralyzed from the way she moves on the dance floor!
Imagine never knowing silence. For the people in this video, they live with a constant ringing in their ears. This condition is called Tinnitus and Seriously.TV is going to give them an exercise to ease the sound. With a simple snapping motion on the back of their head, they should hear nothing after 50-reps. When they remove their hands from their ears, the look they get is one of relief. View Now
Just when you thought it wasn't possible Brad Byers steps up to the plate. He takes a dollar bill, perks it up on his nose and balances it for nearly two minutes. His stunt broke the Record Setter time of 46.65. Talk about completely blowing that number out of the water!
Now, this next video is for the ladies, because we all know just how hard it is to walk in heels. View Now
Six years ago Jessica Torres was in a car accident that changed her life forever. She was launched from the vehicle and sustained serious brain damage. Since then she has fought off various illnesses and trips to the hospital. Putting all that aside, her brother Derrick is getting married to Nichole Sullivan in the fall. Jessica's soon to be sister-in-law has a special question to ask her. The smile on her face is truly priceless! You're going to make a beautiful bridesmaid Jessie! View Now
This time-lapse video shows the complicated ballet that is herding crowds across the street during the Boston Marathon. The process requires numerous volunteers to accomplish the task. This particular scene shows people crossing Beacon Street in Brookline. View Now
Emily feels like she doesn't have the best connection with her body after battling anorexia for more than 10 years. Sad about what she put her body through, she decides to write a letter of apology. The eating disorder put strain on her heart and resulted in colon failure. Complications from surgery put her into a coma and on life support, but Emily was able to make a full recovery. Now, she's committed to taking care of herself and loving her body again.
There's hardly a "type" for tennis superstars, but RIki the monkey is quite the curious candidate. We're not quite sure about the rest of his game, but this ape sure has his volley down pat. We even see Riki score a few points against his giggling human handler!
Millions of pet owners exercise alongside their pets, so what's going to stop this Singaporean macaw from joining in on his mom's fitness fun?
A year ago Justin had Gastric Sleeve Surgery, an operation in which the stomach is significantly reduced in size. From weighing 336 pounds, he has dropped down to 183 pounds since surgery. While the benefits far outweigh the rest, Justin is real and honest about his experience with excess skin. View Now
Paralyzed from the chest down in a tragic 2016 car accident, Ashley Nicole Cosme's carefree teen life took an unexpected turn. As doctors work to reverse her Diffuse axonal injury (DAI), brave Ashley has stayed positive throughout exhausting surgeries and physical therapy and never once gave up on her dreams of becoming a veterinarian. View Now
While activity trackers (watches, phones, etc) are useful in many regards, what if you had your own personal health coach built into your clothing? The Vitali Every Day Smart Bra can track your breathing, posture and HRV (heart rate variability). It can sense your stress and give you a gentle reminder to breathe, putting you more in tune with your heart's natural rhythm. View Now
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It's been all over the news this week; a man forcefully removed from an overbooked United flight. Not all of the details are clear yet, but video shows passenger Dr. David Dao being dragged by police down the airplane aisle, causing injuries to his face. As we learn more about the rights of passengers on a full flight and the rights of police officers asked to get involved, a Jiu-Jitsu instructor is showing how to at least be prepared for an incident like this or a similar situation when being dragged by force. View Now