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    MANY years ago I released a top-selling workout video. It was in 2001, a year after my divorce, and I’d slimmed to a size 10 thanks to the heartbreak diet. I was frenziedly trying to create a new me, exercising like mad and hardly eating a thing. 5Vanessa at Breast Cancer Care fashion show in London in 2009Credit: Rex 5Vanessa at film screening in London in March this yearCredit: Getty It was just one of many times I’d lost a considerable amount of weight and I was always honest about how I did it. But these days most celebrities will claim that they don’t diet at all. It has become a dirty word, replaced with “healthy eating” instead, which really isn’t the same thing. Anyone who is really slim past a certain age almost certainly eats very little — but it’s become incredibly unfashionable to say so. There’s more dishonesty about dieting than ever before, with people who diet ferociously pretending they don’t and professing that their slender figures are all natural. MORE ON VANESSA FELTZHARD FACTS I’ve dated men...
    Grace Molteni/Mother Jones; Getty Facts matter: Sign up for the free Mother Jones Daily newsletter. Support our nonprofit reporting. Subscribe to our print magazine.An estimated 311,000 children in this country have experienced gun violence at school since the Columbine school shooting in 1999. A recent analysis reveals that in 2020, firearms surpassed cars to become the leading cause of death for people under 19 years old. And some of the country’s worst school shootings have devastated the country just over the last decade: Sandy Hook Elementary (2012), UC-Santa Barbara (2014), Marysville-Pilchuck High School (2014), Umpqua Community College (2015), Marjory Stoneman Douglas High (2018), Santa Fe High (2018), Oxford High (2021). And last month, Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas. Those statistics should shock you. There is nothing about school shootings that is “normal” or inevitable. But these attacks, and the news cycles following them, have become a sad, familiar part of our lives. (It’s not just school shootings; all mass shootings have increased in the last decade too, according to our database.) And over and over, parents and caregivers, including...
    All Tuesday afternoon, a steady stream of visitors came by the funeral home in Uvalde, Texas to pay their respects to Irma and Joe Garcia. “Dios! Dios! Dios!,” one woman could be heard crying as she entered the funeral home. Women’s heads draped with black cloth and men wearing mirrored sunglasses slowly made their way through the door just before sunset on this warm southwest Texas evening. On Wednesday they would lay the Garcia into what they pray will be everlasting peace but on Tuesday night they came together to mourn and grieve. “I can’t believe they are gone,” said Minerva Rosas, a family friend. “They were like family to us ever since we got here.” Rosas and her family arrived here undocumented from southern Mexico two years ago and have known the Garcias ever since. “Irma was more than a teacher,” Rosas said in Spanish. “She was the person who actually helped get things done for my family without asking many questions.” Rosas said that Irma and Joe both helped them get work visas and find permanent housing, and...
    A divorce lawyer has claimed that marriages in which women make more money than their husbands 'don't work' because men 'need to feel valued' and it 'upsets the natural balance' of the relationship.  Katie K. Leonard, 39, from Atlanta, Georgia, has worked in family law for over a decade, and in a recent TikTok video, she shared three reasons why she thinks marriages with high-earning women tend to fail.  'Men need to feel valued, and I think that when women earn more than men, it has a tendency to emasculate men,' she said. 'I think that they are ingrained within the society to think, "I have to earn. I have to provide." Katie K. Leonard, 39, from Atlanta, Georgia, shared three reasons why she thinks marriages with high-earning women tend to fail in a recent TikTok video She argued that 'men need to feel valued' and when a woman earns more, 'it has a tendency to emasculate men' because 'they're supposed to provide' 'Men are hunters and gatherers, and they're supposed to provide, and I think that it kind of upsets...
    STARING at the phone screen in front of her, Liv Owens was moved to tears. "You're a slag," the comment read. "Fake Barbie," said a second. 7Liv Owens, 24, from Barnsley, is trolled for being a lingerie modelCredit: collect 7She's been called a 'slag' and told to get a 'real' jobCredit: Instagram/LivOwnes The now 24-year-old won reality show True Love True Lies in 2018 and netted half the £90,000 cash price, as well as a huge online following. Liv, from Barnsley, South Yorks, capitalised on her fame to establish herself as a model and blogger, but it's not been without its hardships. Backing an anti-bullying campaign by Cybersmile and St. Moriz, she tells Fabulous: "There are a lot of trolls out there and it can affect you mentally. "You can have hundreds of good comments but as soon as you get a bad one, it gets in your head and you start to think ‘is there something wrong with me?’ Read more real lifeUNDIE-BELIEVABLE I'm trolled for posing in my undies, I'm called desperate & sent d**k picsCLOSE SHAVE I...
    Santa Barbara school teacher Christy Lozano told Laura Ingraham Friday on "The Ingraham Angle" that teachers comply with leftist lesson plans because "you're made to feel bad if you don't."  CHRISTY LOZANO: Who's behind the lesson plans? They've hired somebody to come in and write these plans. I think they just hired him this year, and I think they come from other areas where they have done the same things, maybe even taken over the school district in other areas like San Francisco — silliness. A lot of the teachers do endorse it. Some go along with it because they think it's the trend, and you're made to feel bad if you don't, and if you don't, you know, go along and be politically correct or whatever they want to say. In Santa Barbara, they've been doing teacher trainings for us, for the last 10 to 15 years, where they've pretty much indoctrinated the teachers to then indoctrinate the students. Even during those trainings, I knew something was wrong, so I've known that for a long time. I just don't...
    IT'S all part of the fun to eat, drink and be merry at Christmas. The festive weeks are a time when we give ourselves a little break and let loose with treats. 1We've compiled eight tips to help you feel healthier after an indulgent ChristmasCredit: Getty - Contributor But if you feel slightly heavier than you did a few weeks ago, and want to do something about it, there are some simple ways to feel more healthy. It's not about crash diets or making yourself feel rubbish - small changes and being a bit more aware of the sort of things you are eating can have huge impacts. While it's all about being happy with the body you have, if you want to feel a bit fitter or shave off a bit of weight, we have eight tricks to try: Don't count calories Counting calories is no fun, and as it turns out, isn't helpful. Instead you should be focusing on the amount of sugar and carbohydrates you are eating. Most read in WellbeingTHIRD TIME LUCKY Brits start fitness regimes...
    Fox Nation host Tomi Lahren explained how liberal elites, and sometimes elected Democrats, often look down upon Middle America as actress Bette Midler takes heat over her insults toward Senator Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., and his constituents. Lahren made the remarks on "Outnumbered" on Tuesday, saying Democrats who don't feel this way should condemn the remarks. Midler later apologized, blaming it on her anger toward Manchin.  TOMI LAHREN: That's what they honestly think of us, and that's not all Democrats, but that certainly a lot of liberal elites out there, especially in Hollywood and unfortunately even our elected Democrats, a few of them feel that way about us, and we talk about those forgotten Americans, those Trump supporters, don't even have to be a Trump supporter, really just people from Middle America places like I'm from in South Dakota. That's what they think of us. They look down upon us. We're not the coastal elites, and they think that we are less than they are because we don't live in Hollywood. We don't live in a high rise in New York...
    DEAR ABBY: My husband and I have been together for 16 years and have two little boys. Jeanne Phillips  Since we were young we have wanted tattoos, but we couldn’t afford them and I couldn’t decide what kind I wanted. Recently, the subject came up again, and I decided I’d get one that symbolizes my motherhood. At first, my husband seemed all for it, but then he started joking about where his name would go on it. I responded that his name would never be part of my tattoo because it would be about being a mom. Related Articles Dear Abby: Am I really a bad person for leaving my disabled husband home? Dear Abby: I’ve been a good husband, and I’m going to keep cheating on her Dear Abby: Should I tell her why I don’t want to be in her house? Dear Abby: If a locked-out jogger did this, would you call it weird? Dear Abby: My wife says I can’t go to Hawaii with my ex ...
    Eleven Madison Park's new plant-based menu swaps caviar for seeds. Rachel Askinasi/Insider I visited Eleven Madison Park to try the new plant-based menu. The 11-course meal costs $335 per customer, including tip and tax but not including beverages. As a meat-eater, I thought I'd miss the animal protein, but I was surprisingly full after the meal. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories.
    RALEIGH, N.C. -- July is fibroid awareness month, an initiative created to draw attention to uterine fibroids. Fibroids, noncancerous growths of the uterus, often appearing during childbearing years, affect 70 to 80 percent of all women between 35 and 54.Nationally recognized obstetrician Dr. Jessica Shepherd said fibroids impact Black women even more at 70-75%When asked where they come from and why they happen, Dr. Shepherd responded: "That's the million-dollar question."Some women experience heavy bleeding, or present with a mass during an exam, but doctors don't know what causes the symptoms.Dr. Shepherd said they are dedicating time and resources to learning more about fibroids."Looking at research knowing why we start to see certain fibroids start earlier in life more symptomatic and being able to have a cause and effect so that we can again do more for these women than we've seen in the past," she said.Local doctor Melody Baldwin at Duke said giving the diagnosis can be very scary for patients."Because most women have some frame of reference for fibroids, whether it's friends or family. And they hear you know,...
    ♈ ARIES March 21 to April 20 The full moon’s impact can be romantic but also practical, as it pushes you to make some changes you have delayed for a while. Maybe you will tell a friend of a friend how you really feel and what you would like to happen. If you are already in love, be kind but also brave when you talk about the future. * Read our horoscopes live blog for the very latest on what the stars have in store for you... ♉ TAURUS April 21 to May 21 This is a day to address ambitions, some of them expected but others anything but. When you let your mind roam free it can take you in surprising directions . . . yet instantly they feel right. Love’s style might be silly and flirty yet underneath are serious feelings. By tonight, you can be on a new passion path. ♊ GEMINI May 22 to June 21 If you feel you are emerging from a time of searching, now you can fix on several answers and draw success towards you....
    PERCHED on a wooden bench in the corner of a photo studio in east London, Ashley Roberts is bundled up in a brown aviator jacket, contemplating turning 40. In exactly four months, the Pussycat-Doll-turned-radio-host will reach the milestone of midlife. “Oh god, girl!” she exclaims. “It’s fine! It’s just… it’s strange. I feel like I’m supposed to feel like an adult, but I don’t know if I necessarily do.” 7Looking back, Ashley says it’s hard to pinpoint her best decadeCredit: Mark Hayman But as most 40-somethings will attest, these days it feels like the new 20. “Well that’s it, honey, and J.Lo at 50 is looking fantastical. When I saw J.Lo at the Super Bowl go down that pole, I was like: ‘All right, I got you’.” She laughs, then adds: “J.Lo’s the goal!” Quite frankly, Ashley is goals herself. Today, in her racing-car-print white Fiorucci jeans and sky-high red patent heels (“I have trainers in my bag for when I’m done with all of this”), the Phoenix-born singer looks barely a day older than the girl who burst on...
    More from: Nicole Gelinas Data proves it: Pandemic is no excuse for NYCs rising tide of violent crime NYCs second-tier mayoral candidates have lots to offer discerning voters Another subway murder and Blas & Co. are still denying crime realities Safety, comfort: How NYCs next mayor can lure back commuters who left Any more tourist attacks, and visitors wont ever return to NYC With just 59 percent of adults fully or partially vaccinated and the number of daily vaccinations falling, one supposed solution is to offer a financial reward — as much as a million dollars! — to get jabs. Turning public health into a lottery, though, is a stretch of medical ethics: People reluctant to get a shot should be persuaded, not bought off. The most obvious appeal to the pocketbook is in Ohio. There, Gov. Mike DeWine is giving away chances to win five $1 million cash prizes and five full public-college scholarships to teens who get a vaccination.  Will this work? The only way to tell is to wait and see. If Ohio sees a surge...
    Trevor Lawrence, the presumptive No. 1 NFL Draft pick, took to Twitter on Saturday to address criticism over remarks he made in a recent Sports Illustrated interview where he said he doesn’t need football "for my life to be O.K."  Lawrence spoke with the outlet for an article published Wednesday where he discussed his future in the NFL and how he doesn’t feel he has anything to prove.  MAN ACCUSING RAMS’ AARON DONALD OF ASSAULT APOLOGIZES AFTER VIDEO SHOWS HE BROKE UP THE FIGHT, ATTORNEY SAYS "It’s not like I need this for my life to be O.K.," the 21-year-old quarterback said. "I want to do it because I want to be the best I can be. I want to maximize my potential. Who wouldn’t want to? You kind of waste it if you don’t." "It’s hard to explain that because I want people to know that I’m passionate about what I do and it’s really important to me, but . . . I don’t have this huge chip on my shoulder, that everyone’s out to get me and I’m...
    Police in Minnesota round up journalists covering protest, force them on the ground and take pictures of their faces Two people injured, one critically, after a shooting at a Nebraska mall © Provided by Sports Illustrated Trevor Lawrence responded to critics of Sports Illustrated's Daily Cover on the quarterback where he said he doesn't play with a "huge chip" on his shoulder. Trevor Lawrence did not need to explain himself when critics blasted him for saying he doesn't play with a "huge chip" on his shoulder in Sports Illustrated's Daily Cover on Wednesday. Or how his wife, Marissa, added (and he agreed) that, “There’s also more in life than playing football.”  “It’s hard to explain that because I want people to know that I’m passionate about what I do and it’s really important to me, but . . . I don’t have this huge chip on my shoulder, that everyone’s out to get me and I’m trying to prove everybody wrong,” he said to SI's Michael Rosenberg. “I just don’t have that. I can’t manufacture that. I don’t want to.”...
    Kayla Itsines has 12.7 million followers on Instagram. Kayla Itsines Kayla Itsines is a fitness entrepreneur with 28 million followers on Facebook. The Sweat workout app founder told Insider what she eats on a daily basis. Itsines doesn't cut out any food groups, enjoying chocolate and bread in her balanced diet. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kayla Itsines is, in the eyes of many, the OG fitness influencer, having joined Instagram back in 2009. The Australian trainer launched her first BBG (Bikini Body Guides) in 2013 and her Sweat workout app in 2015, and her fitness plans are followed by women around the world. As much as Itsines' 28 million strong Facebook community follow her for workout advice and ideas, they also want to know how she eats and lives — after all, what you put into your body is just as important as how you move it. While replicating any one person's diet won't make you look like them, Insider asked Itsines, 29, to share an average day on her plate for some healthy inspiration....
    Getty Images If your child is questioning their gender and you haven't had the same experience, it can be difficult to know how to help. Online research and support group can help, but you should also ask your child what they need to feel supported since everyone is different, therapists told Insider. Don't crack jokes or set limits on how your child outwardly expresses themself. Don't assume what your child needs or how they feel. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. If your child is questioning their gender, you might feel confused or worried, especially if you haven't had the same experience. But offering a judgment-free environment to your child as they discover who they are will help them feel supported and more confident, according to Kristie Overstreet, a psychotherapist and creator of The Dignity Model. "I think for parents, a lot of times they feel like they've got to have the answer," Overstreet told Insider. But when it comes to a child questioning their gender, it's best to put the problem solving aside and focus on...
    4 WELCOME to Ask Chloe, the no-holds-barred advice column with Chloe Madeley. Each week Chloe answers sex-and-relationships problems, offering unflinching advice on how to deal with everything from lacklustre sex to finding the perfect partner. 4Fabulous' new agony aunt Chloe Madeley gives no-nonsense advice to two women with different sex problems this week Do you have a problem for Chloe? Send them to her here Q. What should a couple do if one of them is into kinky stuff and the other isn’t? I’ve been with my girlfriend for years and I love her so much, but I’m not sure we’re compatible sexually. I have some kinky fantasies I just can’t get out of my head, but she’s much more straight-laced than me. I don’t think she’d be into it and I’m too nervous to even raise the topic in case it makes her uncomfortable. Sometimes she makes me feel like a freak for thinking about anyone other than her… but surely that’s normal? 4One bloke is worried he and his girlfriend are sexually incompatible Credit: Getty Images - Getty A....
    Dear Moneyist, I am a white woman of privilege. I am also the full-time working single mother of an adopted child, and I have led a very successful career. While I have benefited throughout my life from my parents’ financial support, even though I have never married, my parents have worked hard to keep things financially equal among me and my siblings. My issue is this: My sister-in-law constantly makes snide comments about how I have it so good. She implies that my brother/her husband and my father support my lifestyle. My brother has NEVER given me any money, and any money I get from my parents, she and my brother get annually too. I would never accept money from my brother unless I were in dire straits, and even then I would do it transparently with her input and support. The Moneyist: ‘I watch our finances like a hawk’: My husband owes $12K in unpaid tax — and he never told me. Should I file separately? In fact, my brother inherited my father’s business so, in reality,...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Much of Boston still has that ominous look of uncertainty. While some businesses have finally taken the plywood off their windows, many on Newbury Street, and in Downtown Crossing are still afraid to take it down a full week since the presidential election. “I think they may just stay boarded up until there is an extremely definitive answer,” said Emily Chan, as she walked by Zara. “But that might take a while, I don’t know. I hope it’s decided soon so then we can move on.” “I think it’s easier to leave them up, than take them down and then put them back up,” said another shopper. Windows at Sneaker Junkies on Newbury Street were boarded up a week after the presidential election (WBZ-TV) “I feel bad that they’re spending the money they need to spend in order to do this,” said Lou Falzarano, who owns Boston Board Up. He says he removed some wood from stores this week, but they’ve asked him to keep the wood on-hand in case they need to quickly...
    DEONTAY WILDER has rejected Floyd Mayweather's offer to train him and declared: ‘I don’t feel love from that man'. The retired legend has twice reiterated that he wanted to take the heavyweight under his wing and coach him to beat Tyson Fury. 4Deontay Wilder has rejected Floyd Mayweather's offer to train himCredit: Getty Images - Getty 4Mayweather twice offered to train Wilder Credit: Getty Images - Getty But Wilder - who sacked assistant coach Mark Breland for throwing in the towel against Fury - believes Mayweather's offer was only 'for publicity'. He told Barbershop Conversations: “My thing is, every fighter I’ve fought, Floyd has bet against me. “It ain’t even for me to discuss. Why all of a sudden, do you want to train? Even with Mark, ‘I need [a trainer], Mark ain’t on the team no more.’ "Nobody had anything good to say about my trainers before, but all of a sudden, ‘You need him.’ “All this time, and all of a sudden now? Why? I don’t need anybody. I’ve made it all this far. Why do...
    toggle audio on and off change volume download audio August 21, 2020 | April Goggans, of Black Lives Matter (with WTOP's Nick Iannelli) EDITOR’S NOTE: Last week, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser spoke as part of the Democratic National Convention about President Donald Trump’s use of federal troops and tear gas against peaceful protesters in the District this summer. She stood looking out over Black Lives Matter Plaza in D.C. and introduced the family of George Floyd, whose death at the hands of the Minneapolis police in May began a summer of protests nationwide. Her remarks were sharply criticized at the time by April Goggans, an organizer with the D.C. chapter of Black Lives Matter. Goggans considered Bowser’s words hypocritical, arguing that real change requires defunding the police — a slogan that was applied to the street near the plaza — and that Bowser has moved in the opposite direction. Those words were part of a longer conversation with WTOP’s Nick Iannelli. Below is the full transcript of their conversation, with minimal editing. — Rick Massimo Nick Iannelli: We’re in...
    Marriage and kids aren’t on the horizon for Miley Cyrus. After marrying and divorcing Liam Hemsworth, to whom she misplaced her virginity, the “Midnight Sky” singer mentioned she doubtless gained’t go down that street once more. “I by no means actually cared that a lot. I’m certain that my followers are going to drag up me at 12 saying, ‘Oh I need to have youngsters,’ however like I don’t,” she mentioned on SiriusXM Hits 1’s “The Morning Mash Up,” “as a 27-year-old lady that may have a little bit bit extra of a practical concept of what they need. “That has by no means been form of my precedence.” Cyrus, who has adopted numerous animals, mentioned ought to she ever select to pursue motherhood she’d contemplate adoption. “I really assume that in a approach, simply taking a look at our local weather change and our water and meals it feels wish to me, if something, that I’d to take somebody that’s on the earth,” she defined. “I like adoption and I feel that’s actually wonderful. I undoubtedly don’t assume,...
    On Monday, Douglas County Sheriff Dan Coverley of Nevada advised the county library to “please .. not feel the need to call 911 for help,” given their apparent forthcoming support for the far-left Black Lives Matter movement, which explicitly calls for the defunding of police nationally. “Due to your support of Black Lives Matter and the obvious lack of support or trust with the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office, please do not feel the need to call 911 for help,” Coverley wrote in a letter addressed to the Douglas County Public Library Board of Trustees. “I wish you good luck with disturbances and lewd behavior, since those are just some of the recent calls my office has assisted you with in the past.” Fox News reported that Mr. Coverley’s letter came in response to a special meeting among the Douglas County Public Library Board of Trustees that would include the consideration of “adopting a diversity statement ‘for possible approval.'” The potential diversity statement would read, in part: “The Douglas County Public Library denounces all acts of violence, racism and disregard for human rights. We support #BlackLivesMatter. We...
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