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    3 TEACHING a child to brush their teeth can be a hassle for many, but there are some ways to get it done while having loads of fun. But the first sign of chompers leads to another question too - at what age should little ones start to see a dentist? 3Kids as young as six months old should start brushing their teethCredit: Getty Visits to the dentist should start as soon as milk teeth appear, Dr Azad Eyrumlu of Banning Dental Group told Fabulous. This is around six months old, although it can happen earlier or later, he said. "It’s never too early to get children used to the idea of seeing a dentist," he said, and luckily, NHS dental care for children is free. "When a milk tooth appears it’s a great time to book an appointment and start getting a child used to the sights and smells of a dental practice," he explained. More Parenting Club content: PREGNANCY PLAN I'm a doctor - foods you CAN eat when pregnant but thought you couldn'tRoll...
    A mum of a new born has shared a fruit hack that may change your snack time and is appropriate for any age. Charlotte Jonsie who has 2684 followers on the app shares her life juggling caring for her first child and son as well as beauty and lifestyle tips.  3The glam new mum shares her takes on motherhoodCredit: @charlottejonsie/Tiktok The Tiktok video with the fruity hack has racked up an impressive 505k views. She begins the video with: “Mum hack!" “You push your finger in the middle." She explained as she demonstrated the fragile trick. To reassure fellow hygiene fiends, she said: “I have washed my fingers" As she went to put her finger in the fruit she said: "And it breaks" FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED "That's cool" she repeated, impressed by her own hack. Charlotte had her baby son in October last year and has been sharing her observations on life as a new mother, from going back to work, to life during maternity leave as well as...
    Few moments in life are as profoundly lonely as the day after the funeral of a loved one.  And if the loss is of a lifelong companion – one's 'strength and stay', as the Queen so elegantly described her husband of 73 years, the Duke of Edinburgh – then it marks the point at which a life, irrevocably changed, must somehow carry on without them. The important paperwork and admin that always accompanies a death is largely done. The well-wishers and consolers have paid their tributes and shared memories.  But when the door finally closes and Elizabeth is left alone without her Philip, the man who devoted his life to being by her side, what then? As an end-of-life doula, it's a situation I know all too well. I provide practical and emotional support at the end.  Sometimes we're called death doulas, death midwives, end-of-life companions or soul midwives. It's a new profession, and I work closely with a funeral director but also with NHS palliative care services. We fear death, so we don't like to talk about it. One...
    IF last week’s Line of Duty had you scratching your head, it’s time to swot up on the acronyms before tonight’s episode.  From "CHIS" to "MIT", the season six opener had fans of the cop series googling some of the more specialist terms.  12DCI Fleming, DS Steve Arnott and Superintendent Ted Hastings are back for season six of Line of DutyCredit: BBC As DCI Kate Fleming and pals hunted down the murderer of journalist Gail Vella, the terms got ever more confusing.  One viewer said: "#LineOfDuty new drinking game. Drink every time someone on Line of Duty says chis." Another joked: “For someone who’s never watched Line Of Duty before these acronyms are DMFHI.” As the credits rolled, the BBC were forced to clarify what “CHIS” stood for.  everyone hearing “chis” and just having to go along with it #LineofDuty pic.twitter.com/FMDesK1eFL— Ella???? (@ella__13) March 21, 2021 So could you hack it on AC-12? Guess the meanings of these tricky acronyms to find out.  We've given you some clues to help - but no peeking at the answers below. What...
    You might consider yourself a general knowledge buff, but identifying famous quotes can be one of the trickiest categoris - requiring knowledge across topics from history to politics to literature.  Now quiz master Tal Garner created this fiendish new quote quiz for the US-based trivia platform Playbuzz, claiming that only 30 per cent of adults can get a perfect score, and answer all ten questions correctly?  Do you have what it takes to identify phrases said by a range of famous people from Winston Churchill to Tom Hanks, or will you be left scratching your head? Try your hand at the questions below and scroll down to check the answers and see how you fared.  Do you have what it takes to beat the odds and be on of the 30 per cent of adults who successfully complete this quiz? (stock pictured)  1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10.  Answers   1. One less travelled 2. Consent 3....
    Valentine's Day is just around the corner — and if you want to maintain the interest of a woman on Tinder, a funny chat-up line is the way to go, scientists have revealed. US researchers tested out various online chat-up lines on 237 young, heterosexual adults — finding that humour was a better opening gambit than compliments. In fact, they found that men who used funny introductions were seen as more attractive to women, who rated them as more intelligent, kind and trustworthy.  Even if some of the lines were a little cheesy, they found that women still responded to them better than bland, unimaginative greetings like 'Hi, how are you?'  Men, in contrast, were found to overwhelmingly base their evaluations of prospective dates on how attractive they found the woman's profile. The team noted that, thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic closing bars and clubs around the world, singles have surged to apps like Tinder for their dating needs. Valentine's Day is just around the corner — and if you want to maintain the interest of a woman...
    Biggest Stock Market Surprises at the Start of 2021 Most Expensive New Cars in America Best & Worst Refinance Mortgage Companies of 2021 Ad Microsoft Seniors Are Getting These Unsold 2020 SUVs For Dirt Cheap Ad Microsoft A slam dunk if you need a balance transfer Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/24 SLIDES © 1000 Words/shutterstock The Not-So-Secret Service While we're sure that much of what the Secret Service does is, well, secret, there's plenty of information out there about this more than 150-year-old federal law enforcement agency that's not so well hidden. From its origins and duties to some of the more salacious details of what it takes to guard world leaders (and some regrettable ways agents have handled that stress), here are some...
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    More Northern Virginia school systems revert to online-only learning US makes good on threats of Turkey sanctions over Russia arms 39 Gifts That Are Selling Like Hotcakes During The Holidays Ad Microsoft Top credit card wipes out interest until 2022 (seriously) Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/10 SLIDES © FangXiaNuo / iStock.com You might think you’re a budgeting and shopping pro, but do you actually know the average costs of supermarket staples and everyday expenses? Find Out: The Most-Searched Holiday Gifts and How Much They Cost Keep clicking if you think you’re up for the pricing challenge. From gallons of milk to a month’s worth of utilities, find out how much these common items cost across the U.S. Last updated: Dec. 14, 2020
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Pat Kessler is known for his tough questions. He’s covered Minnesota politics for decades, but now he’s retiring. So, we wanted to do a Reality Check on his career with WCCO. Let’s see what you know about Pat Kessler. “I think Pat Kessler is one of the great journalists of our day,” said former Minnesota governor and Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty. While Kessler has reported for years on the major political events of the day, that’s not the whole story. “I’ve covered everything from puppy births, to flower shows, to city council meetings, historic floods and tornadoes, and blizzards…especially blizzards,” he said. Upon being hired by WCCO-TV in 1984, Kessler covered general assignments, including Prince’s “Purple Rain” tour at the St. Paul Civic Center. Kessler’s fascination with politics began with the turbulence of the 1960s, with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the unfolding of the Civil Rights movement. According to Kessler, he’s only been working full-time at the Minnesota State Capitol since 1987. And that’s true. As the...
    19 Things You’ll Need To Sacrifice Now for a Healthy Retirement So Many Mopars! 45+ Fantastic Photos from Chryslers at Carlisle I Can't Believe This Social Security Bonus Was So Easy Ad Microsoft Americans Are Obsessed With New Blanket That Puts You To Sleep In Minutes Ad Microsoft 23 New Gadgets That Will Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/31 SLIDES © the republic // Wikimedia Commons How well do you remember 1969? Around the world, 1969 was a year for the ages: the Vietnam War reached its bloody peak, the United States took a giant leap for mankind and safely landed astronauts on the moon, and...
    A TRICKY multiple choice quiz is challenging Brits to put their spelling and grammar skills to the test - but it might be harder than you think. The test was originally designed for 15-year-old school kids, but it's making people of all ages second-guess themselves. 21The challenge asks players two pick which of the two words provided is correct in 10 different sentences - so can you? Credit: Alamy The challenge asks players two pick which of the two words provided is correct in different sentences below. And while you might think you've got it in the bag, it was created by Michael Rodgers who is notoriously known for creating super tricky quizzes. The interactive literacy test was shared on US-trivia website Playbuzz, and now we're putting you to the test.   Have a read and see what you think -the answer are below, but no cheating. 1. 21Credit: Playbuzz 2. 21Credit: Playbuzz 3. 21Credit: Playbuzz 4. 21Credit: Playbuzz 5. 21Credit: Playbuzz 6. 21Credit: Playbuzz 7. 21Credit: Playbuzz 8. 21Credit: Playbuzz 9. 21Credit: Playbuzz 10. 21Credit: Playbuzz...
    LOGAN SQUARE — Neighborhood group Logan Square Preservation has hosted a September house and garden walk for nearly 40 years, giving neighbors a peek inside historical homes along and around Logan Boulevard. But this year, with the coronavirus pandemic, the organization canceled the walk and launched a self-guided history tour that allows residents to learn about neighborhood landmarks and historically significant homes safely and on their own time. The Pillars & Porticos tour, which doubles as a membership drive, launched online this weekend. It is only available to members of Logan Square Preservation. A membership costs $20 annually. Neighbors can pull up the map — on their phone or computer — and travel to any of the 22 curated sites they want to visit. At each site, there are accompanying “stories of those who have built, lived and worked in these places” over the years. Group member Shana Liberman, who helped organize the tour, stressed that while the house and garden walk served as inspiration, the self-guided tour has grown into “so much more.” A group of Logan Square Preservation volunteers spent...
    Utah hiker stalked by a cougar for 6 minutes while he sloooowly backed away Britains Boris Johnson pressured to introduce circuit breaker lockdown to stop the coronavirus Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft 23 Gadgets That Could Sell Out Before the Holidays Ad Microsoft
    Trump still contagious? Experts say its impossible to know Xfinity elimination race raises the playoff stakes at Charlotte Roval How well do you know Supernatural? Prove it with this quiz As Supernatural's Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) have proven for the past 15 seasons, not everyone can be a hunter. The job requires not only physical prowess but a sharp mind because there are tons of rules to memorize: What are ghosts vulnerable to? Which sigil will blast an angel out of your home? What kind of knife kills an Okami? How do you exorcise a demon? It's a lot. © Provided by Entertainment Weekly Colin Bentley/The CW © Colin Bentley/The CW How well do you know 'Supernatural'? Test your knowledge with EW's quiz. That being said, if you're part of the #SPNFamily and have stuck with the CW drama after all these years, you've probably picked up a thing or two about not only hunting monsters but the entire show itself. Now it's time to assess how much you've learned. In anticipation of Supernatural's final...
    Career transitions are equal parts scary and exhilarating. And if transformation is truly what you desire, then there are few reasons not to take a chance. Life is too short not to do what you love. How do I know? Well, I went through a significant career transition. After spending over a decade working for NASA as an electrical engineer, I received my real estate license. Making the radical move from rocket scientist to real estate professional wasn’t an easy transition. There’s no doubt that guiding astronauts on the International Space Station to repair their equipment in space is a far cry from guiding home buyers and sellers on their real estate journeys. What helped me the most was figuring out how to apply the lessons learned in my first career to my blooming real estate career. Related Stories Colorado Is Ready for Blast-Off as Home of U.S. Space Command Op-Ed: Non-Violent Reporting in a Year of Uprisings and Upheaval Op-Ed: How to Make a City Beautiful I credit these lessons learned with my current success and I hope...
    PRESIDENT Donald Trump said he recently took a “very hard” cognitive test — would you be able to ace it? Trump told Fox News host Chris Wallace that he “aced” the Montreal Cognitive Assessment, a 35-question test designed to detect early signs of memory loss and other mild cognitive impairment. 4 President Donald Trump said he recently 'aced' the Montreal Cognitive Assessment' to detect early signs of memory loss and other mild cognitive impairmentCredit: AP:Associated Press The president said the questions get difficult, and challenged former Vice President Joe Biden to take it — and claimed Wallace wouldn’t score as high as he did on it. Wallace, however, said during the interview that aired on Sunday that he took the test himself, and said it is “not the hardest.” The host said the exam, which takes roughly 10 minutes to complete, includes a “picture and it says ‘what’s that’ and it’s an elephant.” But Trump called that a “misrepresentation. Because, yes, the first few questions are easy, but I'll bet you couldn't even answer the last five questions. I'll bet...
    The new series "Fox Nation 101: The Constitution" explains the history and significance of one of America's founding documents: The Constitution. The U.S. Constitution is the world's longest surviving written charter of government, penned in 1787 and ratified in 1788. It was brought about by necessity. "As of the summer of 1787, when the Founders came together in Philadelphia, they understood that we wouldn't survive as a country," explained Sen. Mike Lee, R-Utah, in the Fox Nation show. LIMITED TIME OFFER, GET YOUR FIRST MONTH OF FOX NATION FOR $0.99 The United States declared independence on July 4, 1776, laying out the reasoning behind the war fought by the people of the original 13 colonies to free themselves from the Kingdom of Great Britain. Now, the new nation had to determine how to govern itself. "The biggest challenge for the Americans was that they no longer had a king. They no longer had a monarch," said Randy Barnett, director of the Georgetown Center for the Constitution. "They had what was known at the time and is still known as a republic, meaning it was a nation...
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