The path of fame never runs smooth, and it seems as though the smallest slip up can land you in hot water with your fans. This is especially true for celebrities and YouTubers alike, and one YouTube sensation has since felt the wrath of scorned fans thanks to her ongoing online rouse. Find out what happens when vegan blogger Yovana Mendoza Ayres, or Rawvana, get's accidentally exposed eating fish.
Mother's Day is just a few days away! This is the perfect time to show mom just how much you care, so why not get her something special this year? You can easily find your mom the perfect gift with one of these unique, memorable and affordable products that she is guaranteed to love.
Jameela Jamil is on a mission to call out all the celebrities who promote potentially harmful weight loss products. Jameel's targeted celebrities, Kim Kardashian, Cardi B, and Perez Hilton in a few of her social media posts. They get the message but are not backing down. Here's the scoop:
Although the parents of every generation criticize kids for being less efficient, this generation's parents may have a good point. Kids are more bored, lonely, and impatient than ever. The way our society influences our brains may have a lot to do with it. Popular Everything will show you exactly how to prevent societies negative influence so you won't have to crack open a psych book.
The latest e-cigarettes, the JUUL is going viral. The sleek design and sweet flavors create a more attractive smoking experience. However, it's important to know if we're trading one evil for another or if these tropical vapors are actually harmless. Worry not, Popular Everything has the inside scoop.
It seems as if the western world is turning back the clocks when it comes to medicine. Essential oils are an old fad that gaining its popularity once more. Popular Everything is going to let you know the benefits of the most common essential oils so you can join the hype.
While America has focused a necessary amount of attention on gun control, Dr. Amen’s studies on the brains of convicted felons largely contribute to efforts in dialing down violence. The findings suggest that a change in “people-control” is needed as well.