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    A WOMAN who put her bloated tummy down to IBS has revealed her shock at finding out she was actually six months pregnant. Blogger Abby Pollock, who is from the US, took to TikTok and shared a short video showing off her bloated-looking tummy as she gets into a car. 3Blogger Abby Pollock, who is from the US, put her bloated tummy down to her IBSCredit: TikTok / @ampollo 3When the pain gradually increased, Abby went to hospital to get checked outCredit: TikTok / @ampollo "Going to the ER joking I was so bloated I looked pregnant," she says. In the next clip, she's lying in the hospital bed as a baby scan flashes up on the screen. "*Actually six months pregnant," she exclaims. Abby shared more of her surprise pregnancy story to her YouTube channel. "Where this story begins is that I have IBS," she says. READ MORE ON PREGNANCYOH BABY I’ve pinched my pregnant mate’s baby name for my DOG - I like it too "It may seem random and unrelated…but these details are necessary...
    A TEENAGER who nearly died after vaping for six months has been left with the lungs of a life-long smoker. Ewan Fisher’s lungs failed the night before he was due to start his GCSE exams. 6Aspiring boxer Ewan Fisher has been left with lungs of a life-long smoker due to vaping Credit: Facebook He spent weeks in intensive care and the 16-year-old then needed an artificial lung in order to survive. Ewan spent 10 weeks in hospital as doctors fought to save his life. Now 19, he’s now back at home but has been left with the lungs of an 80-year-old and doctors say it’s down to vaping. Ewan, an aspiring boxer, took up vaping to help him stop smoking and to boost his fitness. He had dreams of becoming a professional boxer, but now Ewan gets out of breath just walking up the stairs. 6Doctors originally told Ewan he would make a full recovery but he is still struggling Credit: PA:Press Association His 65-year-old grandfather, who has smoked for 40 years, is fitter than him. Not only does Ewan...
    As we enter into the final few weeks of 2021 and a new year, I can't help but feel an underlying sense of anxiety and hesitation about what 2022 could possibly bring us. I am not trying to sound like The Grinch but I, like most of you, remember the excitement and jubilation of New Year's 2020 as we were entering a new decade, 'the roaring twenties' if you will. My husband and I were heavily tipsy on a rooftop in Barcelona, Spain watching fireworks and I remember feeling blissfully happy and full of anticipation and optimism for the new decade. We all know what happened next, and for that matter, what has happened in the two years that followed. I don't need to tell any of you how much has changed for all of us. My daughter is 14-months-old and I am dreading her turning two-year-old because I have no idea how I could keep a mask on a child for an extended period of time. She can barely keep a headband on her head. I also don't want...
    She's the singing superstar who took fright at global fame a decade ago and retreated into a reclusive life of luxury. But now, with the release of Easy On Me, her first single from the album 30, Adele is allowing just a glimpse inside her very private A-list life.  From her less-than-a-year-long marriage to her passion for exercise, astrology and Percy Pigs, ALISON BOSHOFF reports... She gave up on her marriage within a year  Adele and Simon Konecki started dating in 2011. Documents filed to court suggest that they were married on the eve of her 30th birthday, in May 2018. Her Titanic-themed 30th birthday party was actually a wedding celebration. She’s said: ‘We got married when I was 30 . . . and then I left. I’m not gonna go into that detail. Remember I am embarrassed. This is very embarrassing. It wasn’t very long.’ They announced their separation in April 2019, less than a year on, but she said she made the announcement ‘much later’ than the split actually happened. She's the singing superstar who took fright at global...
    SOME of Britain's most dangerous convicted terrorists could be back on the streets in months, a Sun Online investigation reveals today.  Our probe found SIX high-risk fanatics are being lined up for release having been referred to the Parole Board.  6Parviz Khan was the ringleader of a plot to behead a Muslim soldier in the British army 'like a pig'Credit: Handout 6Terror police believe Salahuddin Amin is a key link between British extremists and al-Qaeda Their cases are expected to be heard by the New Year. They include a man who plotted to behead a British soldier, a terrorist described as a key link between British extremists and Al-Qaeda and a fanatic jailed for life for plotting bomb attacks. A top terror expert said releasing the men early at a time of heightened terror alerts would be "unthinkable". Chris Phillips, former Head of the National Counter Terrorism Security Office, warned: “Letting them out will do nothing to make the country safer.  'MASSIVE GAMBLE' "Prison has proved to be ineffective at deradicalising terrorists. "Make no mistake, releasing these men...
    OVER 68 percent of parents have admitted to "just winging" the first six months of their baby’s life, a new study showed. The study, which was conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Enfamil, proved that raising a child in real life is different than what the books say. 3A study revealed that over 2,000 parents admitted to having no idea what they were doing with their newbornsCredit: Getty 3Some parents also claimed that the Covid-19 pandemic has made things even harderCredit: Getty - Contributor Over 2,000 American parents (68 percent) with children between the ages of zero and one revealed they had no clue what they were doing for the first six months of their newborn's life. And the current health crisis hasn’t made things easier. Sixty-eight percent of parents said the Covid-19 pandemic has completely changed the way they take care of their children. In addition to being a parent, many have taken up other roles at home, such as being a chef (55 percent), daycare provider (51 percent), a housekeeper (50 percent), and teacher (50 percent)...
    WHEN my mother Diane died, I was alone with her in a private hospital room. It was just past midnight and eerily quiet. 8A younger Shona pictured with her mum Diane She had been unconscious, her body shutting down since the previous day when she had finally agreed to be taken into A&E with sudden and catastrophic liver and kidney failure. In her last moments, as I realised this was the end, I talked and talked. I filled the silence of that room, where the only other sound was the terrifying rattle of her breath, with everything I hadn’t said in recent months but had so wanted to say. It was a lot to get through in ten minutes and I have no idea if she heard me. 8Shona Sibary urges those in a similar position to build bridges But when you are estranged from a parent and at that point where you’re about to lose them for ever, there is this overwhelming and almost primeval urge to get things off your chest before it’s too late.I am 50 now...
    Millions of Americans may still be experiencing COVID-19 symptoms months after recovering from the infection, a new study suggests. Researchers found that nearly one-third of patients reported at least one persistent symptom of the disease. What's more, the most common lingering effects were fatigue and the inability to taste or smell - affecting more than 10 percent of people in the U.S. at least six months later.  The team, from the University of Washington, in Seattle, says patients who have what is known as 'long-haul COVID' can occur in not just those who are hospitalized but also among those with mild symptoms and more research is needed on what can be done to improve their quality of life. Of the 30% of recovered COVID-19 patients who reported at least one persistent symptom, the most common 'long-haul' symptoms were fatigue and the loss of sense of smell or taste, reported by 13.6% of patients each (above) Many said they still had symptoms six months or more after recovering from their illness (above) and 30 % reported a worse quality of...
    A WOMAN has spoken about the "most terrifying moment" of her life when she broke her back and pelvis after a shopfront collapsed and fell on top of her. Bianca Bobea, who was 18 at the time of the life-changing incident, feared she may never walk again after concrete and metal girders fell on her in outside the shop in Leyton, East London. 8Bianca Bobea, now 20, was left with life-changing injuries after being crushed by the shopfront 8The 20-year-old was bed-bound and did not walk for six months 8She said the accident was most terrifying moment of her life Bianca, who was originally from Romania but lives in the UK, was bed-bound and did not walk for six months after she was crushed outside of Gust Din Tara Dacilor grocery shop, on Leyton High Road. However, she overcame the odds and is now walking short distances unassisted two years after the accident. Bianca, now 20, said: “I was just entering the shop when I heard a really loud noise. "I thought the shutters were dropping on top of...
    A real-life Rapunzel with six-foot-long hair has revealed her long locks have seen her  inundated with DMs from 'creepy' guys asking to sniff it. Lawyer Alona Anufriieva, 31, from Dnipro, Ukraine, started growing her hair at the age of 12, aiming to grow it to her waist, and it took a dozen years for it to reach six feet.  The mother-of-one has gathered attention online thanks to her long mane, but says it's not all positive, with creepy fans asking to 'sniff' her hair.  She adds she gets a trim every few months but her hair is now past her feet and she spends £75 a month on coconut oil, shampoo and conditioner to keep it thick and healthy. She has also gone through countless hairbrushes in a bid to maintain her healthy, thick locks, finding they break after just six months of use. Lawyer Alona Anufriieva, 31, from Dnipro, Ukraine, is known online for her hair, which reaches six-foot in length, and caused her to being inundated with creepy messages from fans asking to sniff her locks  Alona,...
    Jenna Bush Hager and her three children had a heartwarming Zoom reunion with Sully H.W. Bush, the service dog who cared for her grandfather, former President George H.W. Bush, during the last six months of his life.  The four-year-old yellow labrador, who now serves U.S. military veterans at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, caught up with his former family in a segment that aired on the Today show on Veteran's Day.   Not only did Jenna's daughters Mila, seven, and Poppy, five, get to virtually chat with Sully, but they also had the opportunity to introduce the service dog to their one-year-old brother Hal. Scroll down for video   Too cute: Jenna Bush Hager, 38, and her daughters Mila, seven, and Poppy, five, reunited with her late grandfather George H.W. Bush's service dog Sully via Zoom for Veteran's Day Loyal friend: 'Do you remember Great Gampy?' Mila asked the dog, who served George H.W.  in the last six months of his life 'Hello little doggy, I want to hug you,' Poppy said. 'Do you remember Great Gampy?' Mila asked, prompting...
    From the very beginning I was afraid of Covid-19. That was in January when I first began to read reports of deaths in China.  If that ever reaches the UK, I’ll do everything I can to avoid catching it, I told myself. So, when it did inevitably arrive, my wife Plum and I, at 79, and by age both classed as vulnerable, went into virtual isolation, she cancelling her choir, me refusing any social engagements. And, because I was more worried about her than myself, I did the shopping alone during the first part of April, three times to a supermarket, once to a DIY shop and another to a garden centre. No big crowds in any of them. Within hours of being admitted, it was confirmed that I had Covid-19 and, as I was moved around the wards at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, it became quickly clear that I had a particularly nasty form of the disease. He is pictured with his wife Plum at home With no face masks by then available online, my mouth and...
    On September 5, Colorado marks the six-month anniversary of the day that Governor Jared Polis revealed that the state had logged its first positive case of COVID-19. Three weeks later, with more than 1,000 cases tallied, Polis issued a stay-at-home order to help stop the spread of the virus, sending hundreds of thousands of households into quarantine. Photographer Susannah McLeod decided to make the most of her time behind closed doors, creating a satirical photo series that we first profiled back in April. Now, four months (and many rolls of toilet paper) later, Susannah and her wife, Chloe, have just published a book suitable for coffee tables across Colorado, Quarantine Week by Weak, documenting life and love in a time of coronavirus. The contents are hilarious on their own, but the cause makes the tome particularly attractive: All sales are going directly to the Denver Actors Fund, a nonprofit founded a decade ago as a medical relief agency for those in the theater scene, which has given more than $100,000 in emergency grants since the pandemic began. On the...
    A TEENAGER who nearly died after vaping for six months has been left with the lungs of a life-long smoker. Ewan Fisher’s lungs failed the night before he was due to start his GCSE exams. 6Aspiring boxer Ewan Fisher has been left with lungs of a life-long smoker due to vaping Credit: Facebook He spent weeks in intensive care and the 16-year-old then needed an artificial lung in order to survive. Ewan spent 10 weeks in hospital as doctors fought to save his life. Now 19, he’s now back at home but has been left with the lungs of an 80-year-old and doctors say it’s down to vaping. Ewan, an aspiring boxer, took up vaping to help him stop smoking and to boost his fitness. He had dreams of becoming a professional boxer, but now Ewan gets out of breath just walking up the stairs. 6Doctors originally told Ewan he would make a full recovery but he is still struggling Credit: PA:Press Association His 65-year-old grandfather, who has smoked for 40 years, is fitter than him. Not only does Ewan...
    Wyze’s first outdoor camera — the appropriately titled Wyze Cam Outdoor — is a battery-powered, water-resistant, Wi-Fi security camera designed to be used outside. It costs $49.99 for a starter bundle, including the camera and a base station, or $39.99 for each additional camera. There’s also an offline travel mode that allows the Cam Outdoor to monitor your hotel room, for example. The camera is available in what Wyze is calling “early access” starting today with deliveries expected in mid-July. Widespread availability is expected to follow in early August. At $49.99, the Wyze Cam Outdoor is a very affordable outdoor camera, but its specs are comparable to more expensive competitors like Amazon’s $99 Blink XT2. It records in 1080p, has an advertised battery life of up to six months, and has a speaker and microphone for two-way audio in case you want to talk to someone through the camera. It supports infrared night vision at up to 25 feet, has an 8x digital zoom, and it’s IP65 water resistant, meaning it’ll survive the spray of rainwater but not a powerful...
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