Torin Yater Wallace, a 20-year-old Olympic freeskier and lover of extreme sports, has suffered his share of broken bones and hospital visits. But none of those injuries rivaled the pain he felt after he believes a physical therapist punctured his lung just before the 2014 Winter Olympics. The therapist was trying to help his shoulder pain with an increasingly popular type of therapy called dry needling. “Collapsing my lung was one of the worst things medically,” Yater-Wallace said.
Teenage girls who celebrated last week’s victory — a pledge by Seventeen magazine that it will be more transparent in its photo shoots — have shifted their campaign to another best selling title: Teen Vogue. On Wednesday morning, a half-dozen young women met outside the headquarters of Teen Vogue and held a mock fashion show to protest the depiction of women in the magazine.
“They know it’s not a puffball story,” Ms. Ellis said. “But they know I don’t have an ax to grind.”A four-page “Family Scrapbooks” spread in the October issue of Woman’s Day features photographs of both women as children, on their wedding days and with their own children and, in the case of Mrs. Romney, her grandchildren.