Nick Jonas was ‘impressed’ by the ‘chill’ daughter’s debut on the Walk of Fame

Nick Jonas was ‘impressed’ by the ‘chill’ daughter’s debut on the Walk of Fame

Calm, cool and collected. Nick Jonas was “impressed” by his daughter Malti’s “chill” composure when she made her debut at his Walk of Fame ceremony on Monday. “She was super chill the whole time,” the Jonas Brothers member told Access Hollywood after the event honoring himself and brothers Joe Jonas and Kevin Jonas. “I was … Read more

Andrew Shue’s son seemingly reacts to Amy Robach ‘GMA3’ departure

Andrew Shue’s son seemingly reacts to Amy Robach ‘GMA3’ departure

Andrew Shue’s son Nate apparently wants to “move on” from the Amy Robach and TJ Holmes scandal now that the couple has left “GMA3”. The 26-year-old posted a GIF to his Instagram Stories on Saturday in which Jimmy Fallon said, “Let’s just move on” (according to Us Weekly). The cryptic social media upload came a … Read more

Research shows that autism rates have tripled among young children: what you need to know

Research shows that autism rates have tripled among young children: what you need to know

Autism is on the rise among young children, according to a new study. The study, published Thursday in the journal Pediatrics, found that the number of people with autism has tripled over the past 16 years. Researchers at Rutgers University looked at more than 4,000 8-year-olds in the New York and New Jersey areas. They … Read more

Kim Kardashian shuts down paparazzi asking questions about Kanye West

Kim Kardashian shuts down paparazzi asking questions about Kanye West

Kim Kardashian shut down a paparazzi Friday inquiring about her ex-husband Kanye West’s alleged battery incident in front of her children. “Hey Kim, what do you think about Kanye hitting someone… [sic] the paparazzi’s phone? the photographer can be heard asking in video obtained by Page Six. “Don’t talk to me about that,” the “Kardashians” … Read more

Research shows that autism rates have tripled among young children: what you need to know

Research shows that autism rates have tripled among young children: what you need to know

Researchers at Rutgers University looked at more than 4,000 8-year-olds in the New York and New Jersey areas. They said the surge in autism rates is largely due to greater awareness, better diagnostic tools and a broader definition of autism. Researchers also noted that the greatest increase in diagnoses occurred in affluent children, concluding that … Read more