Today’s Headlines: Gigi Hadid Apologizes for Impression, Experts Weigh in on Overeating Relief, Study Shows Decrease in Dementia Rates

Gigi Hadid remorseful after Melania impression. This past Sunday, model Gigi Hadid hosted the American Music Awards and received mixed reviews. While many people loved her many outfit changes and bubbly personality, some were not so amused by her poking fun at Melania’s RNC convention speech. After getting roasted on Twitter, she posted a tweet of her own, apologizing for her joke and defending herself at the same time. Looks like her impression bombed “bigly,” but at least she handled it with grace. (TODAY)

Medical experts explain how to feel better after overeating. With Thanksgiving just a couple days away and Christmas on the horizon, it’s easy to see that we’ve entered into the season of overeating. With all that delicious holiday food and all those parties to go to, it’s not shocking that many of us walk away from the table moaning in pain from being too full. Experts recommend taking anti-gas drugs, sipping on peppermint tea, and going outside for a stroll to undo some of the damage that’s been done. Ever wondered why you overeat? Here are 6 surprising reasons. (COSMO)

Dementia rates declining according to new research. In a study dating back to 2000, it appears that Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia have lowered significantly. At the start of the study, 11.6 percent of Americans over 65 had dementia, but by 2012 that number dropped to 8.8. percent. Experts chalk this up to improved treatment for conditions like diabetes and heart disease, as well as rising levels of education among adults over the last 25 years. Did you know a brain game can potentially reduce your dementia risk by 50 percent? Check it out and see for yourself! (NBC)