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'Va por ti': Rinden homenaje a Jenni Rivera y Galilea Montijo termina en el suelo

Con una de las participantes eliminada, cinco sentenciados enfrentados en la línea de fuego, de los cuales sólo dos pudieron ser salvados por los jueces, un homenaje a Jenni Rivera, la bella Galilea Montijo "patas arriba" en el escenario, y Larry Hernández herido, terminó la segunda gala de eliminaciones de Va por ti, el reality show del canto que transmite Univisión.

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4 Fights all couples have & how to get through them

Every relationship has its ups and downs. Blame it on the full moon or your period, fights with your significant other are way more normal than you think. According to researchers, the average couple has about 312 arguments a year. Whether it's about cleaning the house or telling your suegra that she can't stop by for dinner, a small altercation can flare up even bigger issues. The trick to surviving it all is communication. We have some tips for you to help you get through four common fights between men and women. 

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Enséñale a tus hijos sobre su herencia hispana haciendo banderas de papel

Durante los meses de junio y julio, mientras se jugaba la Copa Mundial de Fútbol, las banderas tomaron importancia como referente de identidad cultural para grandes y chicos. Recuerdo, por ejemplo, que mi hija mayor se emocionaba cada vez que veía las de Colombia y Ecuador, por ser nuestros países y que no dejaba de preguntarme por los lugares a donde pertenecían las distintas banderas que veía en las calles o en la TV.

Para nosotros fue una oportunidad divertida e informal de acercarla a sus raíces latinas y de enseñarle sobre algunos países del mundo.

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Mom trades diamond ring for son's tuition and you won't believe what happened

I've heard of giving the shirt off your back for your children's education, but the ring off your finger? Well, that's a new one.

But that's exactly what one Ohio mom said she had to do in order to get her son into summer school. Tamika Hamilton's son needed to go to summer school if he was going to be promoted from 7th to 8th grade, but she could not pay the $400 tuition bill up front. According to Hamilton, Superintendent Charles Keenan offered her a solution: she could let the school district hold something that was worth $400 as collateral until she was able to pay off the tuition bill. That sounds sort of shady, doesn't it?

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Mom fighting deadly cancer gives birth to baby #6 even though she's dying

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A cancer diagnosis would probably prompt most expectant women to consider terminating their pregnancies — after all, forsaking treatment could potentially lead to them unwittingly orphaning their newborn children. But what happens when you're well into your pregnancy and you learn you have a terminal illness? What choice do you make then? A 33-year-old woman in Utah, Kathy Taylor, found herself in this predicament in July when, six months into her pregnancy with her sixth child, doctors told her that the skin cancer she'd beaten seven years earlier had come back aggressively and that her days were numbered. Despite the grim prognosis, Taylor moved forward with her pregnancy. On Thursday, doctors were forced to induce labor. Born seven weeks early, Taylor's son Luke weighed only 1 pound and 15 ounces and is now in an incubator. Both mother and child are now fighting for their lives.

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Our vaginas have magical healing powers

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Let's be honest, ladies. We've always known our vaginas are pretty amazing, but now it seems like we finally have the science to back it up. Researchers have recently discovered a new miracle antibiotic made by the bacteria that live inside our lady bits!

While men's bodies appear to produce nothing but hormones, sweat, suspicious odors, and sperm, women's bodies possess the ability to produce adorable babies and life-giving milk, as well as a newly discovered antibiotic called lactocillin. Take that, hombres! We win!

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Convicted killer murders fiance, eats her brain

Joseph Oberhansley, a convicted murderer, allegedly stabbed and killed his fiance Tammy Jo Blanton just days after she posted bond on one of his arrests. This is the thanks she gets?

Oh but it gets so much worse! After stabbing her to feath, Oberhansley feasted on the victim's brain. It seems like a scene from Hannibal, but unfortunately, this story is all too real. 

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Selena Gomez debuts sexy new look on Instagram

Want to update your look for fall? Take a cue from Selena Gomez, 22, who flaunted her new fringe bangs in an Instagram photo posted on September 13, captioning the image "Bangs." The singer and actress debuted her new look on Saturday, hours before she was spotted in Las Vegas with her on-again beau, Justin Beiber, who invited her to the Floyd Mayweather fight. 

 

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Celebrity babies born in 2014!

Babies are trending in Tinsel Town! Everyone from Christina Aguilera to Scarlett Johansson to Ciara have had babies this year, it looks like Hollywood is showing no signs of slowing down. Even Shakira and Zoe Saldana are getting in on the baby brigade, though they're not due 'til next year. Need your baby fix now? We've got you coverd. Here are some of the most coo-worthy pics of celebrity babies born in 2014 (so far)!


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Lo que me ha ayudado a que mis hijos se sientan orgullosos de su herencia hispana

El próximo mes de noviembre mis dos hijos y yo celebraremos los primeros siete años desde que, en 2007, nos vinimos a vivir a Estados Unidos. Por razones que no viene al caso explicar, en mi casa se habla inglés. Cuando emigramos mi prioridad fue que mis niños se aclimataran y que pudieran comunicarse, hablando y por escrito, en el idioma oficial. Vinimos para quedarnos. Y como además las cosas en nuestra Venezuela natal han venido de mal en peor, entonces mi esfuerzo como mamá se centró en que mis hijos conocieran y aprendieran a querer el país que nos recibió con los brazos abiertos y que ahora sentimos como propio.

¿Cómo hemos hecho para mantener nuestras raíces venezolanas vivas? ¿Qué he hecho para que mis hijos se sientan orgullosos de sus orígenes?

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