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    LANDO NORRIS has opened up about the abuse he receives on social media — including regularly receiving death threats. The McLaren driver, 22, is bravely taking it in his stride, insisting it is the work of online trolls, who are “wasting their lives” peddling hate. 2Lando Norris revealed he and girlfriend Luisinha Oliveira are after subject to hate onlineCredit: Getty 2Luisinha even has hate pages on Twitter and Instagram dedicated to herCredit: Instagram @luisinhaoliveira99 But while he has grown up in the public eye, racing through the junior categories before joining McLaren in 2018, it is a different matter for his girlfriend, Luisinha Oliveira. She is the same age as Norris but the Portuguese model has been thrust into the spotlight. And despite Norris’ best efforts to shield her from the abuse, he says he is staggered by what she receives. When quizzed by SunSport about his growing online following and whether he receives abuse — including death threats — Norris said: “Of course. It can be a very big variance of things. Read More in SportHE'S A KNOCKOUT I’m...
    A mother who took action to help rescue her children from the Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas tells local news station News4SanAntonio that she is regularly being harassed by local police officers. In an interview, Uvalde mom Angeli Rose Gomez describes how she defied police orders during the deadly school shooting to help rescue her two sons and some of their classmates as they were sheltering in place inside the building. However, Gomez's actions that day have come at a price in the form of increased scrutiny from local cops. "The other night we were exercising and we had a cop parked at the corner like, flickering us with his headlights," she tells the station. What's more, she says that she has decided to temporarily live apart from her sons "just so [they] don't feel like they have to watch cops passing by, stopping, parking." Nonetheless, she has continued protesting against the police for their response to the shooting that left 21 people dead, including 19 children. Among other things, she is demanding the firing of Uvalde School Police...
    Pedigree cats should be screened regularly for gene mutations that cause disease because they are more likely to be carriers than first thought, a new study claims. The largest ever DNA-based study of domestic cats genotyped over 11,000 felines, including 90 pedigree breeds, for genetic variants linked to disease. Cats can suffer the same diseases as humans – such as leukaemia and AIDS – and scientists say details about the cat genome can help vets better understand these conditions. The cat's genome is of particular interest to geneticists because it hasn't changed much since the creatures first evolved.  Researchers identified 13 new disease-associated variants in 47 pedigree breeds for which the disease had not previously been documented.  Pedigree cats should be screened regularly for gene mutations that cause disease because they are more likely to be carriers than first thought, a new study claimsCATS DECODED: HOW DNA OF FELINES WAS FULLY SEQUENCED FOR THE FIRST TIME Cats can suffer the same diseases as humans and scientists say details about the cat genome could help vets better understand these conditions.    There had...
    HAY FEVER suffers may begin to start feeling stuffy again soon. And it isn't just from the pollen outside. 1Doing your laundry correctly can help reduce allergies for hay fever sufferersCredit: Getty A cleaning expert has revealed how pollen can cling onto fabrics and the way your doing your laundry could be making your allergies worse. During May, grass allergies are rife, and people may suffer with itchy eyes, a cough, an itchy nose, and fatigue. So it's time to start preparing for hay fever season. Luckily, the cleaning expert has a few laundry tips that will help lessen the blow of allergies. READ MORE ON HAY FEVERHELP AT HAND I'm a pharmacist & the weekend will bring misery for millions - 4 tips to help Speaking to the Express, experts at Christy England explained how washing your bedding regularly is extremely important in the spring and summer months. You should wash your bed linen once a week to help reduce the effects of allergies. FABULOUS BINGO: Get a £20 bonus & 30 free spins when you spend £10 today It...
    Regular use of erectile dysfunction (ED) medicine may increase a man's risk of developing vision issues at some point in his life, a new study finds. Researchers from the University of British Columbia (UBC) in Vancouver, Canada, found that men who use ED medication like Viagra and Cialis are a staggering 85 percent more likely to develop eye issues that could cause vision problems - including blindness - than other men. While the risk of going blind, or suffering any other issue as a result of erectile dysfunction medicine, remains extremely low, researchers are warning that this may be an understated side-effect. Around ten percent of men will develop ED at some point in their life, and these medications are very common remedies for it.  Men who use Viagra and other erectile dysfunction medications are 85% more likely to suffer a variety of potential eye issues (file photo) Researchers, who published their findings Thursday in JAMA Ophthalmology, performed a massive study that included data from over 200,000 men. They gathered health insurance claim data from men that had not experienced...
    Russian conscripts who were captured by Ukrainian forces say they were deceived into believing the war was a military training exercise and have apologised for attacking Ukraine 'like fascists'. The five Russian captives, who were all called up for military service in June 2021, spoke at a media briefing at the Ukraine Media Centre in Kyiv, where they told of their shame for the invasion of Ukraine. One told of how his battalion ran out of food and their equipment kept breaking just a few days into the Russian invasion, leaving them with only six tanks out of the 30 they started with. Aleksandr Morozov, 22, from Moscow, who was called up for military service in June last year, and is a private first class - part of the basic workforce strength in the Russian Army as a junior soldier transitioning up the ranks.  He said that soldiers were deceived into believing they were doing drills in fields of Russian territory, where they were given rations which were expired for years. 'When we entered the territory of Ukraine, we reached...
    It's a common yet curious tale: a household hit by Covid, but one family member never tests positive or gets so much as a sniffle.  Meanwhile there are those who have had Covid and been double-jabbed and boosted, yet still pick up the virus again. As infections continue to soar in the new Omicron wave – an astonishing one in 25 people in England have Covid, according to Office for National Statistics data – cases of people who managed to stay free of the infection become ever more remarkable. Is it sheer luck? Some kind of superpower? Now scientists may have an answer: there is mounting evidence that some people are naturally Covid-resistant. For reasons not fully understood, it's thought that these people were already immune to the Covid virus, and they remain so even as it mutates.  The phenomenon is now the subject of intense research across the world.  Nasim Forooghi (pictured), 46, a cardiac research nurse at St Bartholomew's Hospital in Central London, has been potentially exposed to hundreds of people infected with Covid since the start of...
    Some of the rapid at-home Covid tests Americans use can not pick up the new Omicron variant, Dr Anthony Fauci, America's top infectious disease expert, said. Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Disease, told the U.S. Chamber of Commerce Foundation that his team currently is investigating available rapid tests to determine which are not as accurate for the new strain, with mixed results.  He does note that PCR tests, often considered the 'gold standard' for Covid testing, as still accurate for Omicron, and that he believes a majority of rapid tests can accurately detect the variant. While the prospect of inaccurate tests is worrying, it would not affect official sequencing of the variant.  The U.S. only sequences PCR positive tests - which in itself is concerning to some officials - so there are no tests that would otherwise be included in official figures that are being missed. The highly infectious variant being able to evade these tests is still concerning, though, as many use them before attending large events, and in some localities a recent...
    We're often told that humans are compulsive liars, but according to a new scientific study, humans are more honest than we've previously been given credit for. Researchers in Alabama examined have more than 100,000 lies told by 632 participants over the course of 91 days.  They found only one per cent of people regularly tell more than 15 lies per day, and most were little white lies.  Overall, the majority of lies were told by only 'a few prolific liars', the study found, but the majority of participants told few or no lies on a given day.  As an example, the authors name former US President Donald Trump as someone who lies 'considerably more than the majority of Americans'.  Trump clocked up 9.9 lies per day on average throughout the study period, according to results from the Washington Post Fact Checker, which recorded false and misleading public statements from Trump on a daily basis.   People are more honest in day-to-day life than previously thought - except for 'a few prolific liars', according to researchers in Birmingham, Alabama (stock image) Types of liars - 'Super big...
    MANY of us have become accustomed to daily microwave use as part of our busy schedules. However, we should never be too busy to wipe down or clean or clean your appliances properly, as the implications of not doing this will gross you out. 3The reasons to clean appliances are very importantCredit: Getty Although appliances may look gleamingly clean, there is a very important reason why regular disinfecting is needed for areas where food is prepared, according to fox news. Health protection In a swab study by Kimberly Clarke, which looked at 5000 locations of various office settings, adenosine triphosphate showed up on 48 per cent of the microwave door handles tested.  In the test, ATP counts of 300 or higher which means they're at risk of passing on illness. Protect your health first and foremost by keeping appliances clean. Spreading bacteria Further research showed that there was a presence of Ecoli inside a swabbed microwave. The samples were analysed by Julie Torruellas-Garcia, PhD. Julia said: “We use it [the microwave] to cook our food, but also to defrost...
    A SEX doll collector has revealed that two of his newest “girls” are so lifelike that they are regularly mistaken for real women. Dean Bevan’s unusual hobby began after he watched the futuristic drama Humans - about a world inhabited by highly intelligent robots - in the summer of 2016. 5A man has been making sex dolls look like real women and he takes photos of themCredit: Instagram @deanabevan 5Dean Bevan was a mental health nurse and took up this hobby after he retiredCredit: Instagram @deanabevan It prompted the lifelong sci-fi fan to order a doll called Sarah. Since then the retired mental health nurse has amassed around 25 dolls which he calls “his girls.” Initially, all of his dolls were made from TPE plastic - which while far from cheap at around $1,300 (£1,000) a piece is vastly less expensive than high-end silicone dolls. Their heads alone can cost $1,300 (£1,000) leading him to opt for the less lifelike options, he said. But over the summer the keen photographer was sent two silicon heads - which he has called...
    According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, 64% of the total U.S. population ages 12 and older have been fully vaccinated against COVID-19 while 74.7% of that demographic has had at least one dose. Mayor Bowser Provides Situational Update, 9/20/21 youtu.be
    Northern California has so far borne the brunt of the 2021 fire season. One of the largest fires in the state’s history, the Dixie fire, has charred more than 750,000 acres. Meanwhile, the Caldor fire is bearing down on the Lake Tahoe area. This week, a few fires sprang up in Southern California, including the South fire, which has burned four homes and nearly 1,000 acres since it began Wednesday afternoon. Keep up to date on all the fires in the state with the Los Angeles Times’ California wildfires map — which shows fire origins, hot spots, fire perimeters, evacuation zones and the spread of air pollution. The Times also has reporters covering fires throughout the state. Californians should prepare homes and families for wildfire and know what to do if ordered to evacuate. Here’s what containment numbers mean in relation to wildfires, and for the curious, here’s how fires get their names. These are the five largest fires by acreage currently burning in California (as of Friday). Dixie fire This is the largest fire burning in California at 750,672...
    The Glen Garriff Conservation Sanctuary is located in the Harrismith area of ​​the Free State Province of South Africa. CAlmost 1000 hectares in size, it offers visitors the opportunity to rest and relax in close proximity to the surrounding tourist and historical sites. This lion sanctuary has had the idea of ​​devising a way to get to know the big cats up close without running any risk: placing visitors in a cage. Visitors stay inside a cage, commonly used by wildlife photographers, to view stunning African lions in a safe and fascinating way.. The cage used in the sanctuary was donated by a professional German photographer who visits this sanctuary regularly. According to the lion sanctuary staff, an engineer regularly checks this human cage, to make sure she can safely support her weight in case a lion jumps on top of her. “As a non-profit sanctuary that relies solely on donations, the human cage fees offer us a small income that directly helps us feed and protect the lions in our care,” explains the photographer and director of the company...
    A LION bounds up to the bars of a cage — but here its visitors are inside. Those brave enough to step into the plexiglass covered cube get terrifyingly close to the big cats. 2Those brave enough to step into the plexiglass covered cube get terrifyingly close to the big catsCredit: Caters The “reverse zoo experience” has proved a hit at the GG lion sanctuary in Harrismith, South Africa. Company director Suzanne Scott, 53, said: “We have been offering this experience for almost two years now and the safety of both our guests and big cats is top priority. They also take amazing snaps, like the one below. 2The original photography cage was donated by a German professional photographer who regularly visits the sanctuary, which was adapted into the lion experience cubeCredit: Caters “The original photography cage was donated to us by a German professional photographer who regularly visits, which we adapted into the lion experience cube after a German TV show filmed here using a plexiglass cube. “The cube is regularly checked by an engineer to ensure it...
    Affordable Organizers That Make Your Life So Much Easier Mets ace Jacob deGrom to throw bullpen session Thursday © BG020/Bauer-Griffin/GC Images Kourtney Kardashian has long been a fan of Spanx leggings -- and now shoppers can get her look for less! Spanx's Booty Boost Active Leggings are currently on sale for 30% off, bringing the price down from $98 to just $69.  Some Spanx bestsellers are already sold out at the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, but shoppers can get all sale styles on Spanx.com at 33-35% off. As noted on Kardashian's lifestyle site Poosh, the reality star and mom of three has raved about the the shapewear brand's leggings, and couldn't help but introduce them to her team.  Spanx's Slim-X performance fabric tightens, while the leggings hit at a natural waist for great coverage and a slenderizing effect. Plus, there's no center seam for a totally smooth appearance!  © Instagram Instagram There's never a bad time to add more leggings to your wardrobe, and Kardashian is certainly a fan of these, having rocked them in multiple colors.  Shop the look below. Booty Boost Active Leggings © Provided by ETOnline...
    In an online guide posted on the Girl Scouts of America website, the organization charges parents and their daughters to dispel racial injustice everywhere they see it by "taking on an unfair system while working to build a new one that truly works for all." As part of that mission, the organization instructs parents to "be having conversations about race and racism regularly" with their daughters. They are told these conversations are "vital." "To make discussion about race and racism a part of 'normal' conversation in your home, start when your kids are young," the guide advises, adding that "it's never too early to start" because "young children start to reflect the bias prevalent in their society." "In the U.S. that often means a bias toward whiteness," the guide states, as it shifts from talking generically about racism and injustice to clearly confronting what it believes to be the real issue — white privilege: Talking about who's left out and who's included, and how they're treated when they are included, is important. When you read a book or watch TV...
    People who regularly suffer from migraines are more likely to get dizzy or suffer motion sickness when they ride a rollercoaster, a new study has revealed.  A group of 40 people, half regularly suffering from migraines and half not, had their brains scanned while they watched videos of a virtual rollercoaster ride.  As well as revealing those struggling with migraines get more dizzy, the team from the University of Hamburg in Germany found they had more nerve cell activity in certain areas of the brain, and less activity in other areas.  The visual processing area of the brain was one of the main regions that experienced heightened activity in the migraine sufferers as they watched the roller coaster.  According to the NHS, around 10 million people aged 15-69 in the UK suffer from migraines, causing up to 16,500 emergency hospital admissions every year. The team hope that by identifying and pinpointing these changes, future studies can better understand migraine and lead to the development of new treatments.  People who regularly suffer from migraines are more likely to get dizzy or suffer motion sickness...
    Condo collapse: 911 calls from Surfside condo collapse reveal confusion and chaos as building came down Desperate search for oxygen in Myanmar as latest Covid wave hits © Kevin Winter/Getty Images Zendaya's UGGs are on sale for the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale! The UGG Genuine Shearling Slipper is 30% off for $70 (regularly $100) for a limited time. Nordstrom card members with the Icons and Ambassadors status get early access and can shop all of the deals offered at the department store's biggest sale event. The Euphoria actress has been spotted in the cozy, comfy slip-on shoes. UGGs are a favorite among so many celebs on their off-duty days. Stars like Emily Ratajkowski, Selena Gomez and Irina Shayk have been seen wearing UGG slippers, boots and slides.  View this post on Instagram The UGG slipper has a foam-cushioned footbed, textured rubber sole and moisture-wicking lining. Be sure to check out additional UGG styles marked down for the Anniversary Sale, including more shoes, bedding, towels and loungewear. UGG Genuine Shearling Slipper © Provided by ETOnline UGG Genuine Shearling Slipper NordstromUGG Genuine Shearling...
    Having a poor diet may increase the risk of dangerous driving for truck drivers, a new study suggests.  A Beijing-based team of researchers looked at the diets of nearly 400 male truck drivers in Suzhou, China - a city west of Shanghai in the Jiangsu province. They determined that drivers who ate more more junk food, snacks and animal proteins were more likely to be fatigued and drive dangerously, which could lead to car crashes. Conversely, truck operators who ate vegetable-rich diets were more likely to be safer and more alert on the road. Truckers with poor diets are more likely to be fatigued, make errors and be aggressive drivers. A study in Germany found that many truckers eat poor diets as they eat a large portion of their food at truck stops, where there are not as many healthy options Most of the drivers were between the ages of 31 and 60, with between six to 10 years experience as a driver, and between 31,000 to 62,000 miles (50,000 and 100,000 kilometers) on the road in an average year....
    Obese people who exercise regularly are still at an increased risk of diabetes, heart disease, stroke and respiratory disease, a study has cautioned. University of Glasgow experts studied people who were obese but had a normal metabolic profile, a combination dubbed 'metabolically healthy obesity' (MHO).  Individuals with MHO have a body mass index of 30 or higher, but lack the systemic inflammation, problematic blood fats and insulin issues often seen with obesity.  Experts have calculated that MHO may occur in the general population at levels of anywhere between 3 and 22 per cent. The team found that metabolically healthy obesity increases the risk of various health issues in comparison with people of a regular BMI. For example, it raises the risk of type 2 diabetes 4.3 fold and leads to a whopping 76 per cent increase in the risk of heart failure. Experts estimated that there are more then 300 million people worldwide who are obese — a figure expected to exceed 1 billion, or 1-in-5 people, come the year 2030. Obese people who exercise regularly are still at an...
    The remains of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest and his wife are being removed from a Memphis park This was not a riot, this was a massacre: Biden commemorates 100th anniversary of the racist Tulsa attack that killed hundreds of Black people Run differential is a good starting point to figure out which teams are probably better or worse than their record. It works across practically all sports.  There is one team in all of Major League Baseball that has a positive run differential and a losing record: the Miami Marlins. That means the Marlins have been running bad this season and should be better than .500. (For those curious about the inverse, the teams with a winning record and negative run differential: Cleveland Indians, Oakland A's, Seattle Mariners, Milwaukee Brewers.)  Because the Marlins are 24-28 and weren't considered to be a contender before the season, they are often underrated in the betting market. That could be the case again Tuesday. The Marlins are +125 underdogs at BetMGM vs. the Toronto Blue Jays.  One reason the Marlins are playing...
    OAKLAND — Last year, an appeals court reversed the murder conviction for DeAngelo Cortijo, finding that the jury was poisoned when it heard hearsay testimony about the well-known justice reform advocate who had been found guilty of murdering his sister’s boyfriend. This month, 27-year-old Cortijo is back on trial, and this time he’s acting as his own attorney. The result has been frequent clashes between Cortijo and Judge Don Clay, regular failed mistrial motions by Cortijo, and two days of his own testimony on the witness stand, which ended with Cortijo saying “I don’t recall” to most of the questions he was asked on cross-examination. “I move for a mistrial. I move for a mistrial. And I want to move for a judicial abuse of discretion,” Cortijo said, his voice rising. Clay had just ordered Cortijo back on the witness stand to be cross-examined Tuesday morning, despite Cortijo’s insistence that he be allowed to call a doctor to the stand instead. “Denied. Denied. Denied,” Clay said as Cortijo spoke. Then he gave Cortijo an ultimatum: take the stand or his...
    The stereotype of a cannabis smoker is one of a laid back, lackadaisical, sloth-like individual who is trapped in a lethargic stupor, with exercise far from their mind.  But a new study from researchers at the University of Miami claims this is an unfair representation of the one in six people who use the class B drug.  Data from more than 20,000 Americans shows that marijuana users have comparable exercise levels to non-users. The American researchers admit their findings fly in the face of previous research on the topic, which almost universally show the sedentary stoner stereotype to be true. Scroll down for video   Filmmakers often portray cannabis smokers as laid back, lackadaisical and sloth-like individuals, but experts from the US found this to be a misleading trope (stock)  Teenage marijuana smokers with mental health disorders are THREE times more likely to self-harm, study warns Teenagers with bipolar disorder or depression who smoke cannabis are at increased risk of death and self-harm, a shock new study has found.  Mood disorders in adolescence have long been linked with cannabis abuse and...
    Certain intellectually stimulating leisure activities reduce the risk of dementia, a study has found.  Women, but not men, who regularly read a newspaper are 35 per cent less at risk of dementia than the rest of the population.  Men however, are 36 per cent less at risk of dementia if they regularly use a mobile phone. The same protection was not seen for women.  Analysis also revealed married people who participate in a pastime or hobby are 30 per cent less at risk of dementia. Scroll down for video  Researchers looked at 13 leisure activities and their influence on dementia risk — six were deemed to be 'intellectual' and seven were considered 'social'. Mobile phone use and reading the paper were found to be statistically significant at reducing dementia risk  Men over 50 are 36 per cent less at risk of dementia if they regularly use a mobile phone. The same protection was not seen for women (stock) The thirteen activities INTELLECTUAL reading newspapers;  having a hobby or pastime;  using a mobile phone;  using the internet or email;  attending art...
    Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Surprise Texas Womens Shelter Damaged in Winter Storm Engine Explosion Spurs Boeing 777 Groundings in U.S. and Japan © Provided by INSIDER USWNT starters stand for the national anthem before Sunday's game. Alex Menendez/ Getty Images USWNT players have agreed to stand for the pregame national anthem moving forward. The majority of the team's starters have taken a knee during the anthem since late last year. USWNT star Crystal Dunn explained the players' decision while speaking to reporters on Sunday: Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After months of kneeling, all 11 players in the US Women's National Team's starting lineup on Sunday chose to stand during the pregame playing of the national anthem. © AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack All but three USWNT starters kneel before their 2021 SheBelieves Cup game against Canada. AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack Ever since the death of George Floyd and the subsequent reckoning with race relations across the United States, the majority of USWNT starters began taking a knee during the "Star Spangled Banner." The gesture was...
    USWNT starters stand for the national anthem before Sunday's game. Alex Menendez/ Getty Images USWNT players have agreed to stand for the pregame national anthem moving forward. The majority of the team's starters have taken a knee during the anthem since late last year. USWNT star Crystal Dunn explained the players' decision while speaking to reporters on Sunday: Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. After months of kneeling, all 11 players in the US Women's National Team's starting lineup on Sunday chose to stand during the pregame playing of the national anthem. All but three USWNT starters kneel before their 2021 SheBelieves Cup game against Canada. AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack Ever since the death of George Floyd and the subsequent reckoning with race relations across the United States, the majority of USWNT starters began taking a knee during the "Star Spangled Banner." The gesture was sanctioned after the US Soccer Federation lifted its ban on kneeling back in June of 2020 and the federation subsequently apologized to Megan Rapinoe four years after she was criticized...
    (CBS4) – More sports fans are warming up the idea of attending games indoors, according to a recent poll from Morning Consult. In the poll, 48 percent of U.S. adults who regularly attend sporting events say they would be comfortable going to a game inside a half-full indoor venue. 72 percent of regular event-goers would be comfortable if facilities required fans to wear masks. (Photo by Garrett W. Ellwood/NBAE via Getty Images) The highest number of regular eventgoers who would feel comfortable attending a game indoors is at 59 percent, with the arenas at 25 percent capacity. Only 34 percent said they would feel comfortable attending a game at full capacity. The numbers are similar for sports fans who regularly attend games in outdoor venues. 55 percent say they would feel comfortable going to a game that is half-full, while only 35 percent would go to a game at full capacity. (Photo by Doug Pensinger/Getty Images) The numbers are important for both the NBA and NHL as they hold their games indoors and would want to open their arenas to...
    Sales on Nintendo first-party titles are basically unheard of. Then again, we are in a global pandemic, so everything is upside down enough for the impossible to become possible. Hence there are Amazon Prime Day sales on Nintendo titles that we thought we’d never see go on sale in this lifetime. There is a silver lining after all! Nintendo Prime Day deals Breath of the Wild Unrecorded Save $20 on Breath of the Wild (physical version) (On sale for $39.99, regularly $59.99) BUY ON AMAZON Fire Emblem: Three Houses Unrecorded Save $20 on Fire Emblem: Three Houses (physical version) (On sale for $39.99, regularly $59.99) BUY ON AMAZON Splatoon 2 Unrecorded Save $30 on Splatoon 2 (both digital and physical versions) (On sale for $39.99, regularly $59.99) BUY ON AMAZON Yoshi’s Crafted World Unrecorded Save $20 on Yoshi’s Crafted World (both digital and physical versions) (On sale for $39.99, regularly $59.99) BUY ON AMAZON SanDisk 128GB Official Nintendo Memory Card with 12 months of Nintendo Online free Unrecorded Save $50 on this official memory card bundle package (On sale for...
    A couple with a 29-year age gap admit that they are constantly mistaken for father and daughter by strangers.  Model and receptionist Kayla Caudill, 23, from Macon, Georgia, first her met her partner, body piercer Stephen Dunn, 51, in May 2019 when Kayla got her belly button pierced at the store where he was working. They soon began to date and insist that despite disapproving looks from strangers, their May-December romance is a successful one, and they are both happier than ever. May-December: Kayla Caudill, 23, from Macon, Georgia, and Stephen Dunn, 51, met at a piercing shop where he worked and she was getting her belly button pierced 'We definitely didn't have love at first sight, but there was something special there,' Kayla said 'I thought he was so charismatic, handsome, and attentive. He thought I was kind and liked how I listened when he spoke. There was no denying our connection,' she said 'We first met when I came in to get my belly button pierced. We exchanged conversation and a friendship developed quickly thereafter,' said...
    People who regularly use acid reflux drugs are at an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, a new study suggests.   Researchers found that those taking proton pump inhibitors, known by brand names such as Prilosec and Nexium, are nearly twice as likely of being diagnosed with the blood sugar disease. What's more, the longer a patient regularly took the medication, the greater the risk of diabetes.   The team, from The Seventh Affiliated Hospital of Sun Yat-sen University, in  Shenzhen, China, says people on these drugs for more than two years should have regular blood glucose check-ups to screen for diabetes. A new study found that regular use of proton pump inhibitors, such as Prilosec (above), was linked to a 24% increased risk of being diagnosed with type 2 diabetes RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next COVID-19 patients are now three times LESS likely to have... A sleep test for dementia? Monitoring brainwaves overnight... Share this article Share Proton pump inhibitors (PPIs) work by blocking an enzyme in the wall of the...
    SAN ANTONIO – Thousands of catfish are expected to be stocked in neighborhood lakes across Texas through Nov. 1 as part of Texas Parks and Wildlife Department’s Neighborhood Fishin’ program. TPWD has been stocking catfish regularly at San Antonio’s Southside Lions Park and Miller’s Pond since early May. During the 2019 catfish season, Southside Lions Park was stocked with more catfish than any other lake in the program. “Due to factors relating to COVID-19, the exact stocking dates and times for each individual NFP site are not published and are subject to change at any time,” according to TPWD’s website. The program is part of an effort by TPWD to bring fishing experiences to urban centers and get Texas families to connect with nature. Sites open for fishing will be stocked every other week, according to TPWD. The sites expected to be stocked regularly, according to TPWD, are:Amarillo - Medical Center SouthAustin - Bullfrog PondAustin - Kingfisher LakeCollege Station - Central Park Pond #1Dallas/Fort Worth - Greenbriar Park (Fort Worth)Dallas/Fort Worth - Hurst Chisholm ParkDallas/Fort Worth - Lakeside Park (Duncanville)Dallas/Fort...
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