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    Al Roker was rushed back to the hospital just one day after missing NBC's annual Thanksgiving Day Parade coverage while he was suffering from blood clots that spread to his lungs. The beloved weatherman, 68, had been released from the hospital on Thursday — just in time to enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with his family — but was then rushed back to an Uptown Manhattan hospital on Friday. Sources close to the Roker family told Page Six on Wednesday how he was apparently stretchered out of his Upper East Side home, while his wife, ABC journalist Deborah Roberts, 62, frantically tried to break into their malfunctioning Tesla to grab her phone. Roker has been in the hospital since, the unnamed sources say, and will miss out on the lighting of the Christmas tree at Rockefeller Center Wednesday night.  Today show host Al Roker revealed he suffered from a blood clot in his leg that traveled to his lungs a few weeks ago, and was in the hospital for the Thanksgiving Day Parade Roker posted a picture of himself watching the parade from his hospital room...
    Sponsored Content Men and women worldwide increasingly choose hair transplantation surgery to eliminate hair thinning and balding troubles. This procedure helps stimulate natural hair regrowth within a year and enjoy permanent results. Their go-to destination is Istanbul, Turkey, where world-renowned surgeons offer services at competitive prices. Affordable price tags don’t mean quality is less than impeccable. Hair clinics in Turkey boast hair transplant experts with unparalleled skills, expertise, and decades of experience. The only difference is that life and healthcare in Turkey are significantly cheaper than in the US and many other developed countries. Its affordable healthcare system makes many people flock to Turkey to restore their natural hair without paying an arm and a leg. Here’s what you can expect from getting a hair transplant Istanbul at one of its most reputable clinics.   Sapphire Hair Clinic in Istanbul Sapphire Hair Clinic is an acclaimed part of the famous Medistanbul Hospital, operating under the “Healthcare for all” principle since 1995. It’s the go-to place for a hair transplant in Turkey, where you’ll get patient-centered care in a warm...
    BEFORE becoming pregnant, Nicola Cameron had been experiencing odd symptoms. The 29-year-old went to her GP when she started to struggle with severe cramps, pain during sex and bleeding. 5Nicola Cameron fell pregnant after coming off the pill. Medics had told her it may have been causing her issues with her cervix which had left her in severe painCredit: Jam Press 5The pain persisted during her pregnancy with her little girl Blair (pictured together above)Credit: Jam Press 5After giving birth, she lost a lot of weight rapidly, and was given a shocking cancer diagnosisCredit: Jam Press But medics put this down to cervical ectropion, a condition whereby cells grow on the outside of the cervix, and said that this had likely been caused by the contraceptive pill she was taking at the time. Nicola, who works as a supervisor at Nando's stopped taking the pill and three weeks later fell pregnant. However, the pain continued with experts saying it was just due to her pregnancy. To her horror, after giving birth, she was diagnosed with stage three cervical cancer....
    by Casey Harper   The federal Office of Personnel Management is actively helping public unions recruit more members, and critics are calling it a major conflict of interest. OPM recently released updates to FedScope, a public database of federal employees, that will allow union leaders to recruit those employees to grow their member rolls, and as a result, their coffers. “The decision by the Office of Personnel Management to help unions identify additional organizing opportunities in the federal government is concerning, but utterly predictable,” said Maxford Nelsen, director of labor policy at the Freedom Foundation. “In fact, it’s just the latest in a string of related efforts by the Biden administration to promote unionization.” In the private sector, companies usually work hard to prevent unions from forming because they can cause costs to balloon. The federal government, though, is less motivated since those added costs are simply passed off to the taxpayers. On top of that, critics point out that supporting unions with taxpayer funds can have big political benefits for elected officials. President Joe Biden issued an executive...
    A mother sparked outrage after revealing her 27-year-old son has asked to move back home during the week to 'get a proper night's sleep' away from his newborn baby.  The anonymous woman, from the UK, took to parenting forum Mumsnet to garner opinions on her dilemma, revealing she isn't 'enamoured' with the idea but that she also doesn't want to be unsupportive.  Her post angered many, with some people saying they felt sorry for his 'poor girlfriend' and calling him 'unsupportive' for leaving her with the tot. A mother has sparked outrage on parenting forum Mumsnet after asking whether she should let her 27-year-old son move back home 'to get a proper night's sleep' after he and his girlfriend had a baby. Stock image The anonymous poster wanted to garner opinions on her dilemma, revealing her son and his girlfriend just had a baby Explaining the situation, the woman wrote: '[My son, 27] and his girlfriend recently had a baby. As you'd expect they are being woken up during the night.  '[My son] has asked if he can move back in mon...
    STEP back Jack and the Beanstalk! The Benford family have grown a vine to rival even the wildest fairytale — at over 18ft. 4The Benford family have grown a vine to rival even the wildest fairytale — at over 18ftCredit: Jon Rowley Dad Stewart, 51, and sons Joshua, 12, and Dominic, eight, from Trowbridge, Wilts, planted their magic bean back in May. Stewart said: “In six weeks it was at the top of the house. "Now it’s growing along the gutter. "It just doesn’t want to stop. Stewart added: “My partner and I and our boys have always loved growing things and with the kids it started from a very young age. “We’ve grown all sorts - from sunflowers to lichen - but we’ve never grown a runner bean as tall as this.” Joshua, 12, added: “None of us can believe it’s grown quite this large - it’s like magic!.” Most read in UK NewsINCEL RANTS Plymouth shooter's rants about women were STILL on YouTube a year after rampageFORCES ABUSE Dozens of teens serving in Armed...
    This guy was enjoying a walk in the beautiful Spring weather in Korea when he noticed some Salamander eggs floating inside a creek. Source: The Dodo/Youtube After doing some research online and confirming that they were salamander eggs, he realized that the egg stacks were stranded in different locations around the creek. After carefully moving them back into the water, he went on his way. The kind passerby returned a week later to find that most of the babies had hatched! Every week he comes back to visit the newly hatched salamanders and always brings snacks. “They’re growing so fast. Their back legs are popping out,” he said. If you find a salamander, simply leave it alone, admire it by observation, and do not capture it. It does not need your help, says Save the Salamanders. One exception to this is when moving salamanders off of busy paths or roads where they are likely to be killed, they add. If you encounter a breeding pool of salamanders, it’s best to admire them from the shore as well. Not...
    Getty Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark on January 8, 2022. K ansas City Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark is coming off of one of the worst seasons of his NFL career. During the 2021 season, Clark accumulated 4.5 sacks, which is his lowest total since his rookie season in 2015 (3.0), according to Pro Football Reference. Of the 14 regular season games he played in last season, Clark only recorded three games in which he graded out above a 70 in pass rush by PFF. Those are underwhelming statistics for a player Kansas City gave $104 million to in 2019. That’s why head coach Andy Reid met with Clark, 29, following the season to share his thoughts on Clark’s play. The latest Chiefs news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Chiefs newsletter here! “It was flat out, ‘I know the type of player you are. You know the type of player you are. You didn’t show that this season,’ flat out,” Clark explained of his meeting with Reid in March. “I understand that. Coach...
    LITTLE People, Big World fans have been in tears after Isabel Roloff shared a truly heartbreaking post about having to watch her son Mateo, seven months, "grow up."  Isabel, 26, shared a lengthy Instagram post about how every mother carries a "special kind of grief." 5Isabel Roloff wrote about how 'these little moments will be just memories'Credit: Instagram/ isabelsofiarock 5Isabel Roloff said she does not 'want to miss a thing' with MateoCredit: Instagram / Isabel Roloff The former LPBW alum shared a black-and-white snapshot of Mateo wearing his wool onesie.  The camera avoided the seven-month-old toddler's face and focused on how he was trying to close his hand.  The ex-TLC star realized: "I know one day you’ll be grown. And these little moments will be just memories. "One day, you won’t need me in the same ways." More about LPBWCAN'T BEE-LIEVE IT Tori Roloff's son Jackson, 5, sparks concern with MASSIVE swollen lipTMI AUDREY! Little People fans slam Audrey for sharing shocking photo of son's 'poop' Isabel concluded: "Watching you grow has been the greatest honor of my life and I just don’t want...
    By JEFF LOWENFELS One of the biggest mistakes gardeners make is not starting to harvest their vegetable gardens early enough. You don’t have to wait until the announcement of an impending frost before reaping what you have sown. Vegetable gardens should be harvested over a long period of time starting as early as late spring. By now, you should be in full harvest mode, gathering the fruits (if you will) of having a vegetable garden. If you do the chore properly, you will have a long season of fresh produce. Start with thinnings. All plants need room to fully develop, so eating the thinned plants is the first of the garden’s harvest. Thinning starts in spring, but it should continue as plants grow. Carrots, beets, radishes and leafy lettuces such as romaine and arugula, for example, must be thinned or they will be stunted. Collards, turnips and even Brussels sprouts need to be thinned, too. Many new gardeners are scared to thin out seedlings. How much space to provide? Well, you know how big these crops are when you buy...
    One of the biggest mistakes gardeners make is not starting to harvest their vegetable gardens early enough. You don’t have to wait until the announcement of an impending frost before reaping what you have sown. Vegetable gardens should be harvested over a long period of time starting as early as late spring. By now, you should be in full harvest mode, gathering the fruits (if you will) of having a vegetable garden. If you do the chore properly, you will have a long season of fresh produce. Start with thinnings. All plants need room to fully develop, so eating the thinned plants is the first of the garden’s harvest. Thinning starts in spring, but it should continue as plants grow. Carrots, beets, radishes and leafy lettuces such as romaine and arugula, for example, must be thinned or they will be stunted. Collards, turnips and even Brussels sprouts need to be thinned, too. Many new gardeners are scared to thin out seedlings. How much space to provide? Well, you know how big these crops are when you buy...
    (CNN)A challenge requires a challenger -- and all the Democrats being discussed as potential primary opponents to President Joe Biden tell CNN they're ruling out runs and warning others to follow suit.The chatter is fed by Democratic officials and party leaders who have begun to doubt that Biden is, as he's insisted privately to donors and others, their strongest candidate to beat Donald Trump -- or another GOP candidate -- in 2024. And it's being propelled even more by the 79-year-old President's age, which has prompted questions about what kind of campaign schedule he'd be able to keep up. Fear runs deep of yet another unfavorable Biden comparison to Jimmy Carter, who survived a 1980 primary challenge from Ted Kennedy but not the lasting wound going into the general election. Democrats privately hoping Biden might reverse course and not run are petrified that they're backbiting their way into allowing Trump and Trumpism back into power. After string of Supreme Court setbacks, Democrats wonder whether Biden White House is capable of urgency moment demandsThat hasn't stopped muted worries from going around...
    A photo of two Americans who went missing last week while fighting Kremlin forces in the Ukraine has emerged depicting them in the back of a Russian military truck.  The image shows U.S. Army veteran Alexander Drueke, 39, and Marine Andy Huynh, 27, loaded on a truck with their hands behind their backs, suggesting that they were tied up and captured by Russians who ambushed their platoon on June 9.  The U.S. State Department said it was working to verify the undated photo that was posted by a Russian blogger on the Telegram messaging app on Thursday, CNN reported.  Drueke's mother, Bunny, who is urging the government to get her son back, told CNN that the photo has been circulated around Russian media.  'They're working hard to verify it,' she said of the State Department. 'We're very hopeful.'  The picture began circulating as the department verified that a third American, U.S. Marine veteran Ret. Captain Grady Kurpasi has been missing since April.  An undated photo of the two veterans, Alexander Drueke, 39, (left) and Andy Huynh, 27 (right), was uploaded on the...
    A SCALP doctor has revealed what you should be doing if you actually want to make your hair grow healthier. Hannah Gaboardi is a Trichologist - a hair growth specialist and revealed seven easy tips to keep your hair looking and feeling luscious. 2The scalp doctor reveals you need to be washing your hair at least every other dayCredit: Getty Wash your hair more She explained to Refinery 29's that most people are not washing their hair enough. Many people believe they should 'train their hair' to go a long time in between washes to balance out the oils, but Hannah doesn't agree. The expert said: "I always advise my clients to treat their hair how they would treat their skin. "You should be washing your hair every other day — and this goes for all hair types. "A healthy scalp means healthy hair. READ MORE HAIR CARE TIPSBUN BEGONE I’m a hair expert - there’s a common style which is terrible to sleep inHAIR WE GO Shoppers rave over a £3 heatless curler that ‘makes same curls’ as...
    TYSON FURY plans to grow his hair back while enjoying the quiet life in retirement. The Gypsy King is looking forward to being an average joe and carrying out day-to-day tasks of taking his kids to school and going to the tip. 2Tyson Fury is considering growing his hair backCredit: Reuters 2Fury used to boast curly locks But he also plans to re-grow his luscious locks which he sported earlier in his career. A fresh-faced Fury made his professional boxing debut aged 20 showing off his curls. The heavyweight world champion also stunned fans with a throwback photo in March, showing him and wife Paris as a young couple. Speaking to talkSPORT about his future, Fury said: "I am retired. Read More in BoxingFree bets! The best free bets and sign up offers available from our bookmaker partners CHAMPION WALK Fury walks around Wilmslow as Gypsy King enjoys retirement after Whyte fight "So what I wanna do is chill out with my family and enjoy the rest of my life. "Who knows what the future holds? But as...
    More On: charity events Jeff Bezos earns groans at charity gala for only donating $500,000 Brandi Carlile joins Stand Up for Heroes 2021 benefit Bruce Springsteen to headline Stand Up for Heroes 2021 benefit Russell Simmons returns to Hamptons scene after #MeToo allegations Philadelphia 76ers partner Michael Rubin took a break from the NBA playoffs this week to give back off the court. We hear the Fanatics mogul had an unexpected, heartwarming reunion at one charity stop. Rubin’s Fanatics brand launched its first Global Impact Day on Wednesday, a day of service in which more than 4,000 employees across 10 countries volunteered to help local communities. Rubin volunteered in New York City at the nonprofit’s Citymeals on Wheels. The businessman and his colleagues started the day by delivering food to elderly city residents. “They were delivering food and checking in on people, seeing how their day was going,” a volunteer told Page Six. Michael Rubin and Room to Grow CEO Akilah King sorted out clothes for the non-profit. We hear that the Fanatics team then headed to Room to...
    ASTRONAUTS are planning to grow artificial steaks in space to someday feed people on the Moon and Mars. Canadian investor Mark Pathy, US entrepreneur Larry Connor, and ex-Israeli Air Force pilot Eytan Stibbe recently headed to the International Space Station (ISS) in the world's first space tourism mission. 3Three amateur scientists are hoping to grow artificial steaks on the ISS 3Aleph Farms designed a process to grow beef stem cells into steaksCredit: Aleph Farms While on the ISS, the three amateur astronauts will participate in a series of experiments, including cultivating steak from bovine beef cells. Using bioreactors, the trio is hoping to grow the stem cells in microgravity and turn them into muscle tissue found in steaks. This natural process works by multiplying and differentiating the bovine cells until they create a cellular mass of muscle, fat, collagen, etc. The cells are then turned into tissue that resembles the steaks people eat here on Earth. Read more on NASASUN-TASTIC Earth braces for 'spectacular' solar storms and flaresFLY BY New asteroid's 'close approach' with Earth – here's how...
    HAIR-LOSS can effect loads of women. Whether it's from stress or excessive heat damage, loads of us are trying to help our hair grow. 3Angelika's hair began to fall out in clumps a year agoCredit: Instagram / cookwithangelika When Angelika's hair started falling out in clumps she wasn't sure if it would ever look the same again. The holistic health enthusiast tried something different and claims to have seen a massive difference over the last six months. The hair hopeful created her own spray mixture in a bid to grow back some of the hair she lost. The spray is so easy to make, since most people already own the ingredients. Read more on hairHAIR THIS I’m a hairdresser, these are the four mistakes that are ruining your hairHAIR FAIL I tried to give myself braids but they went wrong - people can’t stop laughing The hair whizz explained: "Every time I would brush my fingers through my hair 20-25 strands would fall out. "I had to sweep my apartment constantly and was embarrassed to discard huge piles of hair...
    A TEENAGER has told how her eyebrows fell out after suffering a horrific allergic reaction to a beauty treatment - and feared they would never grow back. Ruby Nelson, 18, was left with weeping and "scabby" sores across her face after tinting her eyebrows. 4Ruby was left with weeping and oozing eyebrows after she tinted them 4She said the treatment left her feeling like her face was "burning"Credit: Kennedy News The beauty technician from Leicester said the unexpected reaction happened despite her using the same product every two-weeks for the past three months. Recalling the horrific saga, Ruby said she woke up the morning after tinting her brows with an extremely itchy, swollen and red face. The 18-year-old also had a "burning" sensation that she says got progressively worse as the skin blistered. She told Leicestershire Live: "I took the tint off and went to sleep and then in the morning my eyes were really red and itchy. "It felt like it was burning my face, it was honestly awful." But her wounds got worse as the blisters began...
    New York (CNN Business)Oil prices surged Thursday back above $100 a barrel on renewed concerns about the war in Ukraine disrupting Russia's energy supplies. After sinking below $94 a barrel earlier this week, US crude soared 8% to $102.65 a barrel in afternoon trading. Brent crude spiked 9% to $107 a barrel. The swift rebound in oil prices will be watched closely by leaders in Washington and on Wall Street because high energy prices threaten to exacerbate inflation and slow the economy. Energy traders blamed Thursday's spike on growing pessimism about a resolution between Russia and Ukraine being reached in the near term. Biden demands faster drop in gas prices as oil tumbles"The mood has darkened a little bit," said Robert Yawger, vice president of energy futures at Mizuho Securities. "It sounds like this is going to be a dragged-out situation." Read MoreThe recent drop in oil prices was driven in part by hopes for a potential ceasefire. The longer the war goes on, the bigger the threat to Russia's oil flows. "Given Putin's actions in recent times we...
    Childhood plays a huge role in how we behave in our adult years but not every child from the same family will have the same traits.  Dysfunctional family roles is a psychological theory which suggests that the role you played within your family will carry on throughout your life, shaping how you behave as an adult.  The theory was developed from work by American psychotherapist Virginia Satir, who studied the dynamics within families in the 1960s.  For example the 'hero' children who were praised excessively for their successes as children will likely be over achievers now but feel a deep need to impress and fear failure an irrational amount. Meanwhile 'caretakers' might quietly carry stress while being too afraid to burden others. While many of these roles mean positive things like the ability to problem solve or focus on goals, some roles mean you are more likely to attract a toxic partner or to suffer from anxiety and depression.  UK-based experts spoke to FEMAIL about how different roles within the family can impact your development for decades to come, and...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) – More than a week after supporters of Ukraine rallied along the waterfront, families are closely watching the situation in their home country as intelligence reports suggest Russia could invade as soon as this week. “They are afraid that something will happen that you can just won’t be ready for that,” said Nataliia Goshylyk, a Fulbright scholar at UC Berkeley. READ MORE: San Francisco Parents To Decide Whether To Recall 3 School Board MembersShe moved to the East Bay with her husband and children to study at the university. She has a sister, in-laws, and other relatives still in Ukraine. She talks to them daily, sometimes more than once, even with a 10-hour time difference. She says because her family is in the western part of the region, she feels some relief as an attack by Russia would likely be on the country’s eastern border. “People in Ukraine are fearful, they don’t know what to expect,” said Igor Markov, a Mountain View resident who is a member of the nonprofit Nova Ukraine. He has...
    The concept of a chicken wing shortage stunned one national sports radio host, who assumed the bird can continually produce body parts much like it does eggs. To solve the national crisis, Shaun Morash, who co-hosts Damon Amendolara’s DA Show on CBS Sports Radio, suggested clipping wings off of roosters, in addition to chickens. “Well you’d have to kill the entire rooster,” Amendolara noted, a fact that seemingly shocked Morash. “I was under the impression that when we make the wings, the reason we have so many is we cut one wing off and it does grow back,” Morash said. “Like reptiles grow back stuff. Think about how many wings we have in the world…I thought the reason we do that is – boom, one wing, give it a couple months and it’s back clucking.” After learning wings don’t grow back, Morash felt even stronger about the need to start clipping the edible limb off roosters. Although hens are more often used for human consumption, as Frank Costanza famously learned, “they’re all chickens.” Still, the blunder by Morash was just...
    HOLLYWOOD -- It's been almost 20 years since former NFL player Jesse Palmer was recruited to be TV's "Bachelor." For this latest round of the show, he's stepped into the role of host. We're only a few weeks into the season and things are already heating up for the latest Bachelor Clayton Echard.Palmer has been impressed with the honesty, and sincerity, Clayton brings to the Bachelor mansion."A lot of this is new for him and I think the biggest theme, moving forward, is people are going to see is that on 'The Bachelor' there are no rules," said Palmer. "Clayton's not afraid to make bold decisions, and take a lot of risks, and take chances to find his person."Palmer says Clayton only knows how to be Clayton... no pretenses."No matter what, Clayton is real. People have to know that," said Palmer. "There is no ulterior motive, he's not trying to grow Instagram, and I doubt he's going to be on 'Dancing with the Stars.' He wants to get married more than anybody I've ever met in my life."It was back...
    A new documentary airing this week sheds light on how the late Duke of Edinburgh comforted Prince William during Princess Diana's funeral, 24 years ago. Philip: Prince, Husband, Father, which is due to air at 9pm on ITV on Tuesday, gives an intimate glimpse into life as the Queen's husband, from colourised clips of the couple as newlyweds to more solemn moments in his life.  The Duke walked with Prince Charles, Prince William and Prince Harry behind the coffin of Princess Diana during her funeral on 6 September 1997, when the young royals were only 15 and 12.  Speaking in the documentary, Martin Palmer, who co-founded The Alliance of Religions and Conservation with Prince Philip, said the late Duke of Edinburgh quietly comforted his grandson William by touching his back when he thought no one could see them.  He explained that Prince Philip was keen to make sure the now Duke of Cambridge, 39 and Duke of Sussex, 37, did not grow up in a 'dysfunctional' family, the Telegraph reported.  A new ITV documentary reveals how the Duke of Edinburgh,...
    (CNN)Democratic Sen. Joe Manchin is casting skepticism in conversations with senators that the Build Back Better bill can pass the Senate this year, potentially delivering a blow to Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer's push to get the bill approved by Christmas, according to two sources familiar with the West Virginia senator's remarks.Manchin still has a number of concerns, namely that budget gimmicks hide the true cost of the bill, and he's pushing to ensure it costs no more than $1.75 trillion. But he also is seeking to pare down the bill, which passed the House last month, in a number of other areas -- including paid family leave, a methane fee on emissions from energy producers and a Medicare expansion to cover hearing costs. And he's seeking changes to some of the provisions in the tax title of the bill, one of the sources said. All of that means major changes would need to be made to the bill, followed by a full cost analysis by the Congressional Budget Office, and a review by the Senate parliamentarian, which is raising...
    Getty Penei Sewell blocking against Cleveland in 2021. When the Detroit Lions selected Penei Sewell early in the 2021 NFL draft, many folks lost their mind about the tackle’s potential. What followed was the usual cacophony of early praise for prospects who become media darlings during the draft process. Sewell was called the next big thing, hyped as an All-Pro, Pro Bowl player or even a future Hall of Fame player. All of this happened before the rookie even had a chance to take a single snap on the field. Once he did hit the field, some early “trouble” began right off the bat. The latest Lions news straight to your inbox! Join the Heavy on Lions newsletter here! Join Heavy on Lions! First, Sewell had to miss rookie minicamp after contracting COVID-19. That put him behind his peers temporarily considering he had already skipped his entire senior season in college, but once he got to work, the traits that made Sewell a top 10 pick were firmly on display in camp. Size, fluid movement, physicality...
    Marine experts have discovered that an eerie fish that hunts the waters of the north Pacific Ocean doesn't just have hundreds of teeth in its mouth, it's constantly shedding and replacing them. The lingcod is one of the toothiest creatures on Earth, with approximately 555 thin, sharp teeth lining two sets of jaws. To keep those choppers sharp, it loses them as fast as they grow — giving up as many as 20 teeth a day.  'Every bony surface in their mouths is covered in teeth,' lead author Karly Cohen, a doctoral candidate in biology at the University of Washington, told Live Science. Those teeth are put to good use: growing up to five feet long and 130 pounds, the lingcod is a fierce predator that devours almost anything it can fit in its mouth — including herring, salmon, rockfish, crabs, squid and even small octopuses. 'The duller a lingcod's teeth are, the harder it is going to be for it to hold on to its prey. So having the ability to shed teeth and replace them is pretty important,'...
    DENVER (AP) — Around the U.S., cities are increasingly warming to an idea that once induced gags: Sterilize wastewater from toilets, sinks and factories, and eventually pipe it back into homes and businesses as tap water. In the Los Angeles area, plans to recycle wastewater for drinking are moving along with little fanfare just two decades after similar efforts in the city sparked such a backlash they had to be abandoned. The practice, which must meet federal drinking water standards, has been adopted in several places around the country, including nearby Orange County. “We’ve had a sea change in terms of public attitudes toward wastewater recycling,” said David Nahai, the former general manager of the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power. The shifting attitudes around a concept once dismissively dubbed “toilet to tap” come as dry regions scramble for ways to increase water supplies as their populations boom and climate change intensifies droughts. Other strategies gaining traction include collecting runoff from streams and roads after storms, and stripping seawater of salt and other minerals, a process that’s still relatively...
    What a boost SO much for the scaremongers who demanded crippling Covid curbs for Christmas. So much for the hysterical mob who screamed: “Plan B now!” 4Double-jabbed Brits finally entered the US as the 20-month ban endedCredit: Getty The jabs miracle has reduced our “R” rate to the lowest in Western Europe. It is below one, so the disease is in retreat. Cases are falling rapidly, even with kids back at school and life near normal. Double-jabbed Brits finally entered the US yesterday as the 20-month ban ended. The tearful reunions at New York airport were magnificent to see. The vaccines have set us free. Most read in NewsSNAP THEORY Gabby fiance's cause of death STILL unknown after sleuths claim a gator ate himDEATH RIDDLE Brian Laundrie 'had an American-flag covered gun in his bedroom,' pics revealTROLL TARGET Travis Scott and Kylie's daughter Stormi, 3, hit with horrific death threatsExclusiveTRAGIC CRUSH Festival goer says slow security checks made crowd 'anxious' before stampedeLatestBOMB SCARE Cornell University bomb threat a HOAX as Columbia & Brown also receives alertsExclusiveFAMILY'S GRIEF Astroworld victim's...
    More On: jacqueline laurita Jacqueline Laurita’s daughter jokes about ‘RHONJ’ hair pull with Gia Giudice Jacqueline Laurita slams Danielle Staub for hair-pulling in ‘RHONJ’ trailer Ex-‘RHONJ’ star Jacqueline Laurita leaves New Jersey for Nevada Jacqueline Laurita’s husband, Chris, is selling their belongings on Facebook Things are getting messy between “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Jacqueline Laurita’s daughter Ashlee Holmes Malleo and her estranged husband Pete. “My husband is busy f–king some busted looking whore,” Ashlee replied to a fan comment on Instagram Sunday asking if she was planning on having another baby with Pete. She then added, “but maybe one day.” When another user shared she was sorry to hear the news, Ashlee commented, “Don’t be. I’m fine lol.” Reached for comment by Page Six, Pete told us, “I’ve never cheated on Ashlee. We’ve been separated since August. All I did was friend request someone and liked some photos. I then asked that person to hang out.” “I clarified that I’m single. We are going through a divorce and Ashlee’s attorney has been served back in early October.”...
    Inside the Fast and Furious Casts Relationship With Meadow Walker How Much It Cost To Retire in the Year You Were Born © Provided by CBS Sports James Washington has a passion to help others while giving back to his communities. The Pittsburgh Steelers receiver also has a farming background, which made his recently launched partnership with Grow Pittsburgh a natural fit.  Founded in 2005, Grow Pittsburgh is a charitable nonprofit that builds and supports school and community gardens. Grow Pittsburgh serves as "a resource and guide for backyard, school and community Gardeners, as well as urban farmers across the Greater Pittsburgh region." The organization's mission is to teach people how to grow food and to promote the benefits that gardens have within a community. Last year, more than 28,000 pounds of produce was grown for the Pittsburgh community across two urban farm sites. Nearly 4,000 Grab & Go kits were delivered to students that included "everything needed to plant and grow while learning at home."  Washington, who recently conducted his first event with Grow Pittsburgh, spoke with CBS Sports...
    In this article LRCX 2330-TW ACLS WOLF SOXX VIDEO3:2003:20Trading Nation: Two traders debate which chip stocks you need to buyTrading NationTwo under-the-radar chipmakers have made huge moves in the space this week. Wolfspeed, formerly Cree, rallied more than 30% on Thursday in its best one-day gain ever after reporting a narrower loss than anticipated and sharing upbeat guidance. Teradyne, the second-best performer in the SOXX semi ETF, also surged after getting an upgrade to outperform from Cowen and a double upgrade to buy at UBS following its own quarterly report. Wolfspeed and Teradyne are just the latest to release results – AMD and Texas Instruments also reported in recent days. This comes ahead of earnings from semiconductor companies such as Qualcomm, NXP and Skyworks scheduled for next week. Chipmaker companies are currently tackling a supply chain crunch that has impacted industries such as tech and autos. Even so, the SOXX ETF is within striking distance of records, less than 2% from a September high. Quint Tatro, president of Joule Financial, said it's important for investors to drill down on...
    Astronauts can grow three inches in space – putting them at risk of chronic back pain on their return, a study shows. Weightlessness causes growth by straightening their spines but Earth’s gravity reverses this effect, which can result in debilitating pain. Past studies show that 52 per cent of astronauts also experience back pain in the first two to five days of space travel, researchers said.  New research has shown that astronauts can grow up to three inches in space because the weightlessness straightens the spine (Stock image) It usually disappears, they added, but some develop conditions such as sciatica – a type of back pain that can radiate into the legs. The researchers, whose analysis of previous studies was published in the journal Anaesthesiology, said the vibrations of rocket travel could also be causing pain.  RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Mast-er of the universe? Jeff Bezos' £420m sail-powered... Drug lords of Instagram exposed: Investigation reveals... Share this article Share But exercising in a gym can prevent it and the International Space...
    Woolly mammoths could be brought back from extinction within six years in the form of elephant–mammoth hybrids, a new scientific project has claimed. Having once lived across much of Europe, North America and northern Asia, the iconic Ice Age species went into a terminal decline some 10,000 years ago. The demise of the creatures — which could grow to some 11–12 feet tall and weigh up to 6 tonnes — has been linked to warming climates and hunting by our ancestors. Now, a US-based bioscience and genetics company, Colossal, has succeeded in raising $15 million (£10.8 million) in funding to bring back this prehistoric giant. The program — not the first to imagine mammoth 'de-extinction' — is being pitched as a way to help conserve Asian elephants by tweaking them to suit life in the Arctic.  The team also claimed that introducing the hybrids into the Arctic steppe might help restore the degraded habitat and fight some of the impacts of climate change. In particular, they argued, the elephant–mammoth mixes would knock down trees, thereby helping to restore Arctic grasslands — which keeps...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Thousands of students will be heading back into the classroom tomorrow and for some, it’ll be the first time in more than a year. But things won’t be exactly the same, there will be new covid protocols – in Harford, Carroll and Anne Arundel Counties. Excitement is in the air. READ MORE: 19-Year-Old Suspect Arrested In Connection To Towson University Shooting Identified As Samuel Nnam “Oh they are thrilled, I’m thrilled,” said Sue Dennicola of Harford County. Wednesday marks the first day of school for kids in Anne Arundel, Carroll and Harford Counties. “She’s ready to get back and my daughter never liked going to school but she’s excited to go back to school,” said Ron Williams. But as the anticipation grows so does the concern about COVID-19. “Teachers are very excited to have students back in the classroom looking forward to this, I’ve also talked to parents who are nervous who are worried about the spread of COVID,” said Stewart Pittman, AACO executive. In Anne Arundel and Harford Counties, everyone is required to wear a mask inside...
    SOME critics are asking why House Speaker Nany Pelosi has not called the House back in session to deal with the crisis in Afghanistan.  Representatives took to social media to admonish Speaker Pelosi after a chaotic departure of United States troops and their allies from Afghanistan over the past few weeks. 3Critics are slamming House Speaker Pelosi for not calling the House back in session during the Afghanistan crisisCredit: Rex “I’m here at the Capitol because there’s a crisis going on. WHERE is Nancy Pelosi?” Representative Ronny Jackson of Texas wrote on Twitter on Monday. “Americans are still TRAPPED in Afghanistan, including #TX13 constituents. The State Department isn’t helping them get out and the Taliban has threatened them. SERIOUS work needs to get done! Now!” That same day, the last US C-17 aircraft left Hamid Karzai International Airport just before midnight local time, according to CNN. Just days before, on August 27, Representative John Rutherford wrote on the social media platform, “If Speaker Pelosi refuses to call the House back into session so we can address Afghanistan and present the...
    SOMERSET (CBS13) – Evacuees Friday were patiently waiting outside barricades hoping they’ll be allowed back home soon as the Caldor Fire burned through El Dorado County. The town of Camino—along Highway 50 between Placerville and Pollock Pines—was under mandatory evacuation orders, but not everyone chose to go. READ MORE: Caldor Fire: Highway 50 Closed From Pollock Pines To Meyers “We stayed around until yesterday. My wife, she has Alzheimer’s. New surroundings are really stressful on her,” said evacuee Dale Thalhofer. Thalhofer said his wife had an appointment, which forced them to leave. “So we went out of the perimeter and then they wouldn’t let us back in,” he said. “They said if we let you in, we’ll have to let everyone else in.” Now, they’re desperate to find a room, but with shelters at capacity and hotels filling up, it hasn’t been easy. Thalhofer said it’s important he gets his wife, Cynthia, home soon. The pair were feeling fortunate they will eventually have a home to go back to but for some, a more stark reality lies past California Highway...
    Several news outlets are playing up an anecdote from Seinfeld creator Larry David reacting to his disinvitation to former President Barack Obama’s lavish 60th birthday party in damage-control effort to portray the hundreds-strong maskless crowd as smaller than it could have been. New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd joined many Americans in lambasting Obama’s lavish, star-studded soiree at his $12 million Martha’s Vineyard mansion — as regular Americans face more restrictions over another wave of coronavirus. Dowd bluntly described the event as “an orgy of the 1 per cent – private jets, Martha’s Vineyard, limousine liberals and Hollywood whoring.” However, Dowd’s column is getting picked up by reporters not for its pointed criticism but for an anecdote buried 14 paragraphs into the piece. The author reached out to actor and producer Larry David, of Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm fame, to dish on his disinvitation — a PR scramble hastily made after the planned festivities first drew the COVID-weary public’s attention. Team Obama said it would “scale back” the party, but leaked video showed nothing resembling an intimate or cautious confab for elites. David told...
    Samsung’s next big step is to launch a terminal that we can roll up and unwind to adapt to each situation. A patent shows us what the design would be. While folding smartphones are already a (niche) option in the market, companies are still looking for the best way to take advantage of the recently invented flexible panels. The logical thing at first was to try folding telephones, which were bent over a single point in order to better control the wear of the screen and check its durability. And now it’s the turn of roll-up smartphones. In this field, as usual, it is Samsung that has taken the lead (together with TCL), and we have discovered it thanks to the patent that the Korean company has presented where a phone is shown that could roll and unroll its screen to adapt to every situation. As you can see, the phone would be somewhat thick, with part of the screen bent at the back and, through a sliding tab, we could slide the screen to make it grow up to...
    A mother who is covered head-to-toe in more than 200 tumors due to a rare condition says she's found her confidence because her eight-year-old daughter who has the same condition 'doesn't care what people think'. Jamila Gordon, 33, from St Croix, US Virgin Islands, was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis when she was a baby when a lump formed on her stomach. Since, she has developed hundreds of tumors on every part of her body and says strangers stares on the street has knocked her confidence and 'made her anxious'.  But her daughter, Tatyana, eight, has helped her to find confidence again as despite people staring she 'doesn't care what anyone thinks'.   Jamila Gordon, 33, from St Croix, US Virgin Islands, was diagnosed with neurofibromatosis when she was a baby when a lump formed on her stomach Since, she has developed hundreds of tumors on every part of her body and says strangers stares on the street has knocked her confidence and 'made her anxious'. But her daughter, Tatyana, eight, has helped her to find confidence again as despite people...
    Salma Hayek has vehemently denied that she has ever had breast implants, insisting that her breasts 'just kept growing' through pregnancy, breastfeeding, and now menopause. The 54-year-old actress appeared on a new episode of Red Table Talk today, where she spoke candidly about menopausal symptoms she's been experiencing for almost a decade. In addition to mood swings and hot flashes, the star said that her breasts have grown 'a lot' — and they've grown 'many sizes' over the years, so much that her back is 'suffering' and people are convinced she's had work done. Older and wiser: Salma Hayek (pictured in December), 54, appeared on Red Table Talk today and spoke candidly about going through menopause Bigger: In addition to mood swings and hot flashes, the star said that her breasts have grown 'a lot' — and they've grown 'many sizes' over the years, so much that her back is 'suffering' Opening up: She said she started experiencing symptoms in her mid-40s Salma spoke to Red Table Talk hosts Jada Pinkett Smith, 49, Willow Smith, 20, and Adrienne Banfield-Norris, 67,...
    In this article PTONA monitor displays Peloton Interactive Inc. signage during the company's initial public offering (IPO) across from the Nasdaq MarketSite in New York, U.S., on Thursday, Sept. 26, 2019.Michael Nagle | Bloomberg | Getty ImagesPeloton announced Tuesday the launch of a corporate wellness program as it aims to reach new users and grow its membership base. Businesses that sign up will be able to offer employees subsidized access to Peloton's digital fitness membership and its high-end cycles and treadmills. Peloton said its corporate partners will receive access to tailored features such as team tagging and group exercises that encourage accountability and foster bonding with colleagues. Peloton will also assist corporate partners with outfitting office workout spaces. The online furniture retailer Wayfair, electronics maker Samsung, software giant SAP and British telecommunications firm Sky are among the first businesses to join the program, Peloton said. Peloton President William Lynch said the offering promises to become one of its biggest growth channels. Peloton started investing in the corporate wellness platform about a year ago, as it began to receive requests from...
    There’s a big fallout from the pandemic. Hair loss brought on by the COVID-induced stress and anxiety of the past 18 months is plaguing women, but they’re finding help with a range of innovative — though often costly — treatments.  "About 30 percent of my patients were e-mailing about hair loss," said Michele Green, a dermatologist at Lenox Hill. "It was frightening. Some had sheets of hair falling out." Last spring, Erica Sperling, 37, noticed her curly locks thinning around the crown. She was working two jobs — in media and real estate — and tending to her toddler, after losing child care to coronavirus concerns. "It was a really stressful time," said the Westchester resident.  COVID-19 VACCINE TRIALS IN KIDS 5 AND UP BEGIN She initially tried to conceal her thinning mane on Zoom calls with headbands and ponytails, but in October she sought medical help. She turned to Bruce Katz, a dermatologist at Juva Skin and Laser Center in Midtown East, who’s also seen an uptick in patients complaining about hair loss. He recommended Platelet-rich Plasma (PRP) treatments, which involve...
    More On: Coronavirus Vax not good: Plummeting COVID shot numbers threaten to derail Biden’s July 4 goal Scientists were pushing real COVID-19 conspiracy: Devine ‘Conjuring’ tops box office as people return to theaters post-pandemic Was mask-wearing pointless, after all? Fauci must be forced to answer There’s a big fallout from the pandemic. Hair loss brought on by the COVID-induced stress and anxiety of the past 18 months is plaguing women, but they’re finding help with a range of innovative — though often costly — treatments.  “About 30 percent of my patients were e-mailing about hair loss,” said Michele Green, a dermatologist at Lenox Hill. “It was frightening. Some had sheets of hair falling out.” Last spring, Erica Sperling, 37, noticed her curly locks thinning around the crown. She was working two jobs — in media and real estate — and tending to her toddler, after losing child care to coronavirus concerns. “It was a really stressful time,” said the Westchester resident.  She initially tried to conceal her thinning mane on Zoom calls with headbands and ponytails, but in October...
    Prince Harry has revealed his sadness that his son Archie will never get to meet his late mother, Princess Diana, claiming that her name was among the youngster's first words.  In his new mental health series with Oprah Winfrey, the Duke of Sussex said: 'I got a photo of her in his nursery, and it was one of the first words that he said — apart from 'mama,' 'papa,' it was then 'grandma'. Grandma Diana. 'It's the sweetest thing, but at the same time, it makes me really sad because she should be here.'  Prince Harry has revealed his sadness that his son Archie will never get to meet his late mother, Princess Diana, claiming that her name was among the youngster's first words. Pictured, a shot of Archie and Meghan on the beach from the documentary  Harry said of Archie's words: 'It's the sweetest thing, but at the same time, it makes me really sad because she should be here' Prince Harry opened up about his family and his mental health in the chat with Oprah Proud...
    Republican Louisiana Sen. John Kennedy said Monday on “Fox and Friends” that President Joe Biden should demand that teachers unions reopen schools across the country. “All President Biden has to do is grow some oranges, stand up and say to the unions, ‘No, we’re going back to school, we’re going back to school. And I’m not asking you. I’m telling you,’” Kennedy said.  (RELATED: Andrew Yang Blames Teachers Union For Slow Reopening Of New York Schools) Sen. John Kennedy Appeared on Fox and Friends Monday (Screenshot/Fox News) “I think the unions are holding out for more pay,” the Louisiana senator alleged. “In the meantime, our children get hurt. And what’s so avoidable and a shame about all this is that President Biden can fix it. He says he’s the teacher — the education president and talks about Dr. Biden, who is — his spouse, a very accomplished woman. But they don’t do anything about it, and they could.” Several school districts across the country have been slow to reopen classrooms amid pressure from teachers unions, even as Americans receive vaccinations and...
    (CNN)Get ready for a Big Apple summer. Mayor Bill de Blasio is targeting July 1 for New York City's "full reopening," telling MSNBC's "Morning Joe," "we're ready to come back and come back strong." "We are ready for stores to open, for businesses to open, offices, theaters, full-strength," de Blasio said Thursday. That will likely include "full-strength" indoor dining, he added, "based on all the progress that we've made in this city."De Blasio cited fewer hospitalizations, a climbing vaccination rate and walk-in vaccine availability around the city as the reasons behind the optimistic reopening strategy. "This is going to be the summer of NYC," the mayor said.Read MoreAsked whether federal or state leaders, like embattled Democratic Gov. Andrew Cuomo, who has clashed with de Blasio in the past, could intervene and stop the reopening, de Blasio said federal and state governments "always have a say.""I'm saying as leader of NYC we're ready to come back and come back strong," de Blasio responded. "We know the vaccination effort is going to grow and grow, we got to keep working hard at...
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