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Celebs dare to bare in the sexiest swimsuit trends of 2018

Celebs dare to bare in the sexiest swimsuit trends of 2018

Entertainment
Reality TV babes and models alike never fail to titillate fans with the latest fashion trends – and that includes swimwear.This year was no different, with celebs putting on some of the raciest cuts and designs, and suffice to say a trip to the pool or beach has never been so daring.One of the most popular lines of the season was the crochet bikini, or Crochini as they are better known.The risqué two-piece has been showcased by the likes of Dani Dyer during a Spanish getaway way before we even knew she was to be crowned queen of Love Island 2018. Related Articles Though it was Demi Rose who stole the award for the most devilish display of the number as she broke thermometers in a nude design.Taking a highly competitive second place wa...

Possible New Pot ETF & Other Trends

Finance
[unable to retrieve full-text content]Cinthia Murphy, Managing Editor, ETF.com There could soon be another marijuana ETF in the market. In a recent filing , Innovation Shares detailed plans to launch a pot ETF—the Innovation Shares Cannabis ETF—that would go head-to-head against the $ 631 million ETFMG Alternative Harvest ETF (MJ) . MJ is the only Latest Articles in
#IAmGay trends amid Weibo 'homosexuality clean-up'

#IAmGay trends amid Weibo 'homosexuality clean-up'

Technology
A "clean-up campaign" by a popular Chinese social media site has sparked protests from its users.Sina Weibo said it would remove "illegal" content, including "manga and videos with pornographic implications, promoting violence or (related to) homosexuality" from its website.Weibo, a 'microblogging' site which operates in a similar way to Twitter, said the campaign would last three months and would "create a bright and harmonious community environment".It would also target "violent video games, like Grand Theft Auto", the company added.Weibo's post drew more than 24,000 comments and protests from some 170,000 people who used the hashtag "I am gay".One commenter said that Weibo's actions were "simply discriminatory", adding: "Many mangas removed were not pornographic".Another wrote: "I am ga...
Trends in the Dieting Industry: A New Twist on the Personal-Chef Scene

Trends in the Dieting Industry: A New Twist on the Personal-Chef Scene

Health
More and more people are hiring personal chefs to tailor meals to their specific health needs. In fact, some 70,000 Americans are already getting such help, says the American Personal Chef Institute and Association (APCA), and many are doing it more affordably than you might think possible.Take Sarah Buller, for example. A 39-year-old TV marketing executive in New York, she needed help during the complete-bed-rest final trimester of her pregnancy. Chef Donna Mintz cooking helped her get through, and even slim down after the baby arrived. “She knew what my goals and issues were, the same way a personal trainer would,” Buller says. (And its no accident, given that Mintz doubles as a trainer with her company, Basil & Barbells.)But the real takeaway for Buller was that Mintz taught her how