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WomenAdama Bah immigrated to the United States with her family when she was two years old. At 16, she was arrested and labeled an imminent threat to national security by the FBI. Although there was no evidence presented, Adama spent six and a half weeks in a juvenile detention center in Pennsylvania. When she was released, her father was deported back to Guiana, and she dropped out of school to become the main breadwinner for her mother and siblings. This is how she was eventually granted asylum.
Get InspiredMisty Copeland talks about remembering her roots, overcoming obstacles, and being inspired by the audience at the American Ballet Theatre.
BeautyWhen she was in high school, Shea Glover made a video where she told her classmates they were beautiful and captured their reactions on film. In this video, she revisits the experiment but with strangers in New York City.
EntertainmentWatch two real-life sisters complete intimacy challenges, including giving each other compliments, staring into each other eyes and hugging for four minutes straight.
WomenThe iPhone hit shelves 10 years ago today. Here's how the iPhone has changed women's lives over the last decade.
WomenWe ask people of all ages, from children and teens to adults and elders, one question: what celebrity do you look like the most?
WomenFrom Beyonce's 2011 VMAs performance, to Serena Williams' Snapchat reveal this April, take a look at some of the most shocking celebrity pregnancy reveals.
EntertainmentObsessed with Taylor Swift? Now she has a traveling museum exhibit called "The Taylor Swift Experience." The exhibit gives fans an in-depth look at Taylor Swift through personal photographs and home videos, interactive experiences, handwritten lyrics of Taylor's top-charting hits, and iconic performance outfits.
WomenHere's why defunding Planned Parenthood is a terrible idea.
WomenSerena Williams, one of the greatest athletes of all time, just announced her pregnancy on Snapchat
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WomenSteering clear of these foods to avoid when trying to get pregnant can increase your fertility and prevent fetal damage. We should say: don't freak out if you've eaten any of these things recently—they are not likely cause much harm in moderation. But if you want to be safe, your best bet is to keep these foods to a minimum when you're trying to get pregnant, and keep them mostly off the list once you get a positive test, too.