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Raegan Beers, nation’s No. 4 post, commits to Oregon State Beavers women’s basketball

The Oregon State Beavers women’s basketball program has established a tradition of landing some of the nation’s best talent on the recruiting trail.

In the class of 2020, Scott Rueck and his coaching staff secured commitments from Arkansas five-star guard/wing Sasha Goforth, while 2021 provided Greta Kampschroeder, the nation’s No. 14 guard, and Talia Von Oelhoffen, the No. 5 wing nationally.

On Monday, Oregon State extended its hot streak into the 2022 class, landing Colorado star Raegan Beers, the nation’s No. 22 overall prospect and No. 4 post player according to ESPN:

Beers, who visited Corvallis in January, is currently considered a four-star prospect, but ESPN bestows five-star status on its top 53 players by Signing Day each recruiting cycle, meaning she is almost certain to earn a fifth star before she arrives on campus.

As a sophomore, the 6-foot-2 post averaged 15.5 points, 10.1 rebounds (4.5 offensive rebounds), 1.6

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Salma Hayek finds inner beauty focussing on Goddess Lakshmi. Post goes viral



Salma Hayek posing for a picture: Salman Hayek shared a picture of Goddess Lakshmi on Twitter.


Salman Hayek shared a picture of Goddess Lakshmi on Twitter.

Hollywood actress Salman Hayek shared Hindu Goddess, Lakshmi’s picture on Twitter and mentioned that she meditates focussing on the Goddess when she wants to connect with her inner beauty. Salma Hayek’s post has gone viral and has many likes and retweets.

Salma Hayek shared a picture of Goddess Lakshmi and wrote, “When I want to connect with my inner beauty, I start my meditation focusing on the goddess Lakshmi. Cuando quiero conectarme con mi belleza interior, comienzo mi meditación enfocándome en la diosa Lakshmi. #innerbeauty #hinduism #lakshmi (sic).”

Salma Hayek’s Goddess Lakshmi’s post has more than

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Chrissy Teigen’s pregnancy loss post helping women with same struggles

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In a series of heart-wrenching photos, Chrissy Teigen and John Legend share the loss of their third child, Jack.

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When Chrissy Teigen shared on social media Wednesday that she and John Legend suffered a pregnancy loss, more than 7 million people responded on Instagram. In replies, stars and fans alike shared their condolences and echoed Teigen’s heartbreak, but some also used the comments section of her post to grieve their own losses and share their stories with the woman they feel they’ve come to know and relate to.

“It’s one of the most horrendous experiences a human being can go through … The grieving and the sadness is unmeasurable,” echoes Dr. Janelle Luk, Medical Director of Generation Next Fertility in New York City and a former OB-GYN. 

“Not many people want to talk about loss. It’s amazing for someone with (Teigen’s) status to talk about, ‘Hey, it

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Chrissy Teigen’s miscarriage post helping women with similar struggles

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Chrissy Teigen and John Legend have lost their baby boy, after the model was hospitalized over the weekend due to heavy bleeding.

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When Chrissy Teigen shared on social media Wednesday that she and John Legend suffered a miscarriage, more than 7 million people responded on Instagram. In replies, stars and fans alike shared their condolences and echoed Teigen’s heartbreak, but some also used the comments section of her post to grieve their own losses and share their stories with the woman they feel they’ve come to know and relate to.

“It’s one of the most horrendous experiences a human being can go through… The grieving and the sadness is unmeasurable,” echoes Dr. Janelle Luk, Medical Director of Generation Next Fertility in New York City and a former OBGYN. 

“Not many people want to talk about loss. It’s amazing for someone with (Teigen’s) status to talk about, ‘Hey,

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They post cruel photos, and my husband is no help

DEAR ABBY: I have been with my husband for 20 years, married for eight of them. He thinks his mother can do no wrong. She takes pictures of me when I least expect it, and then posts the worst ones on Facebook. She laughs and thinks it’s funny, but I am really hurt by it.

Jeanne Phillips 

To make it worse, his sister does the same to me now. They constantly have their phones pointed toward me, and when confronted, they deny taking pictures or insist all pictures have been deleted.

I have always supported my husband’s relationship with his family, but I don’t feel like they support us being together. I have deleted his mother as a friend on Facebook and no longer go to family functions. My husband agrees that what she’s doing is wrong, but offers no support.

His family prides themselves on class, but this is

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