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    EVEN though one teacher follows her school's dress code, people won't stop criticizing what she wears. A New Jersey art educator continues to get bashed for wearing "inappropriate" outfits as parents ridicule her for having her "butt in the air" at work. 3A New Jersey art teacher is ridiculed for wearing tight-fitting clothes in her classroomCredit: Instagram 3Parents say that her outfits are "inappropriate"Credit: Instagram The elementary art school teacher is known for posting her everyday looks on her Instagram account @ToyboxDollz. Though she has not yet revealed her name, this young teacher has been quick to share other details about her presence inside the classroom. From tight-fitting tops to figure-hugging jeans, this young teacher doesn't shy away from wearing what she wants at work. While some see her as a proud and influential role model for body positivity, other parents openly pass judgment and make objections. READ MORE ON HUMAN INTERESTYOU GLOW GIRL I’m 65 & I always wear bikinis - people say I look awkward but I don’t careMUMBELIEVABLE I'm a hot...
    IF you're confident in who you are and how you look, then it shouldn't matter what anyone else says – but there could be people who still try and bother you. In the case of one older woman on TikTok, social media trolls continue to spam her with hate comments every time she posts a video, saying she wears inappropriate clothes and is "thirsty." 2TikTok user JB gets trolled continuouslyCredit: TikTok/__msredhead 2The trolls say she's "thirsty" and shouldn't wear bikini topsCredit: TikTok/__msredhead TikTok creator JB, also known as her username @__msredhead, is proud of who she is and she's not afraid to show it. As a woman over 50, JB posts a ton about her romantic life and dating advice, as well as confident videos of posing for herself. And every video attracts her trolls. From outfit shaming to character criticism, social media bots fill her comments section with rude remarks. READ MORE ON TROLLSweighty topic I’m size 6 & my man's obese - trolls slam us but our love makes £10k a monthLASHED OUT I'm...
    A MUM has slammed trolls who ask her why she shared an “ugly” bikini photo. Brianna, who posts under @briannas_day, revealed the nasty comment she received about one of her swimwear shots. 4Mum Brianna hit back at cruel trolls calling her bikini body 'ugly'Credit: Instagram 4Instead of covering up, Brianna had the perfect responseCredit: Instagram 4Brianna asked trolls why they 'still feel so entitled to body shame'Credit: Instagram The cruel bully had written: "That's so ugly, why did you do it? Did you think people were going to like it? "Don't post images like that and don't wear bikinis." Instead of letting the comment get to her, Brianna, who has 24,500 followers, had the perfect response. She shared a post that said: 'Why would you post that?'... Why not? More on body confidenceBRA-VO I'm a size 18 and love showing off my 32GG boobs in underwear pics "Why does it bother you what a woman being authentic looks like? Why do you still feel so entitled to body shame? "Why is it you think woman should only look a certain...
    GETTING your nails done is supposed to be an enjoyable experience, but things don’t always go as planned. These days, people can share their unfortunate nail salon experiences with millions of people on social media. 2Angelina Holguin shows her TikTok viewers the nail style she asked for at the salonCredit: TikTok 2Angelina then reveals how terrible her nail results were after she spent $50Credit: TikTok Angelina Holguin shared a now-viral TikTok video shedding light on the horrible nail art she received. The on-screen text caption on Angelina's video says: “The nail lady said she can do ombré nails." She then makes it known that she paid $50 for the bright-colored set she was interested in. Her clip includes a screenshot of the neon yellow ombré nails she wanted in a simple, coffin shape. Read More About NailsNAIL FAIL I paid $250 for a set of nails for my pal's wedding - I was left in tearsNAILED IT I've been growing my nails for 30 years - I have to use my knuckles to clean At the end of the video,...
    OF course, there are many ways to talk to kids about sex. This is how Anna suggests you go about it. WINKY is fine but tell them the correct term: I have no issues with using pet names, whether it’s willy, winky or botty. I wouldn’t ask my kids: “Have you washed your anus?” or: “Have you cleaned your penis today?” because it sounds odd. 2TV presenter Anna with husband Alex and children Vincenzo, five, and Eleanoria, twoCredit: INSTAGRAM/ANNA WILLIAMSON 2Anna Williamson, a mum of two shares her advice on talking to little ones about the birds and the beesCredit: Getty Pet names for anatomy are softer and perfectly OK to use but kids must be aware of the correct terminology too. You don’t want them to reach their teens and be ridiculed in a biology lesson for not knowing. When these nicknames come up in conversation, give them the correct label. CURIOSITY is natural but keep it at home: Kids are curious and my two-year-old daughter has been known to whack my knees apart while I’m sitting on the...
    A MUM has opened up about some of the negative comments she has received after becoming a teen mum. The 18-year-old who now has two kids under the age of four and has been met with backlash by trolls online. 2Ella Rose became pregnant at just 14-years-old, while she was in year nine of schoolCredit: tiktok/@elle.rose27 Ella Rose, from the UK, regularly posts her experience of being a teen mum on TikTok and YouTube. She revealed that she first became pregnant at 14-years-old, while in year nine of secondary school and the mum became pregnant again at the age of 16. Now 18, Ella is a single mum to her two children, a three-year-old son and 11-month-old daughter. In one video, the mum joked she had two children under the age of four at a young age because she loved having sex. READ MORE TEEN MUM STORIESMUMBELIEVABLE I’m a teen mum and I’m sick of the stereotypesOH BABY I’m a teen mum after falling pregnant at 14 - I’m planning number four soon Unfortunately, people didn't get the joke and...
    Gene Simmons expressed his support for Britney Spears in her ongoing battle with her family regarding her controversial past conservatorship with a post that was shared to his Twitter account on Friday. The 72-year-old Kiss bassist reposted a tweet from TMZ that pointed out that the embattled pop star could potentially sit for a deposition by request of her father, Jamie Spears. The performer began his message by expressing that he was unfamiliar with discussing the legal problems of other individuals, as he wrote: 'Ok. Not usually an area I comment on. But here goes.' Showing his concern: Gene Simmons expressed his support for Britney Spears in her ongoing battle with her family regarding her controversial past conservatorship with a post that was shared to his Twitter account on Friday; he is seen in 2019 Simmons went on to express that the hitmaker was fully entitled to the earnings that she accumulated over the course of her impressive career. He made a point of writing that '@britneyspears earned her money the hard way — she worked for it.' RELATED ARTICLES ...
    THIS Woman who went VIRAL for being a Poland Syndrome advocate now receives creepy messages from men fetishising her condition. Rebecca Butcher, 24, from Barnsley, South Yorkshire, has Poland Syndrome, which means one breast is significantly smaller than the other - her right one is a D cup, while the left is an A cup. 4Rebecca realised her boobs were growing differently to other girls her ageCredit: mediadrumimages.com/@beccabutche 4She wants to help other women who have the same conditionCredit: mediadrumimages.com/@beccabutche Poland syndrome is a birth defect characterised by an underdeveloped chest muscle and sometimes short, webbed fingers on one side of the body. The condition is more prevalent in men, with famous sufferers including Jeremy Beadle and Fernando Alonso. Rebecca was cruelly teased at school due to her at the time flat chest, with her classmates horribly telling her she would 'never find love' and that 'no boy would ever want her'. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Poland Syndrome had never been a defining characteristic for Rebecca, rather something she learnt to live with...
    The controversial founder of the 1619 Project, which helped propel the issue of critical race theory to the forefront of political debate, said that parents shouldn't decide what's being taught in schools and claimed she is 'not a professional educator' despite being a tenured professor. Nikole Hannah-Jones, who won a Pulitzer Prize for writing the 1619 project for the New York Times in 2019, defended her work and blamed 'a right-wing propaganda campaign' for creating the wedge issue that helped sway the outcome of the governor's race in Virginia this year.   'I don't really understand this idea that parents should decide what's being taught. I'm not a professional educator,' Hannah-Jones said on NBC's Meet the Press on Sunday.  'I don't have a degree in social studies or science. We send our children to school because we want them to be taught by people who have an expertise in the subject area. And that is not my job,' she added.  Her 1619 project, which offers a view of American history that says the US was founded upon racism and that 1619 -...
    Some cat owners are scaring their furry pets with Christmas trees as a way to protect festive decorations, and they’ve been posting their results on TikTok. Becca Richards is one of many TikTokers who have tested out this tree preservation hack. Her video from Nov. 28 has racked up more than 33.1 million views and shows her startling her cat Stella by pointing the large tree at the feline. "I saw a TikTok saying that if you traumatize your cat with your tree before putting it up they will leave it alone," Richards’ video said. 10 PET GIFTS THAT ARE PERFECT FOR THE HOLIDAYS Richards has uploaded follow-up videos letting her followers know that Stella is "fine" and hasn’t touched the Christmas tree.  Other TikTokers have documented themselves chasing cats around with their trees and many report achieving similar results, but pet experts say this method isn’t the best solution. "While possibly effective for keeping your cat away from the holiday decor, scaring your cat away from the Christmas tree is not recommended," Pumpkin Pet Insurance’s Doctor of Veterinary Medicine...
    A SELF-CONFESSED "lazy parent" has revealed she never plays with her two-year-old daughter - and won't ever say no to her. Child development expert Dr Kristyn Sommer, 28, even claims mums and dads could HARM their child's brains if they interrupt their playtime. 3Child development expert Dr Kristyn Sommer, 28, pictured with her daughter Sienna, two, is a self-confessed "lazy parent" The mum-of-one instead says children should be left to their own devices. Kristyn lets her two-year-old Sienna set her own bedtime - and goes so far as to suggest "praise is poison" The early-years expert, who lives in Queensland, Australia, shares her expert parenting tips on her TikTok channel - and has amassed a cult following of loyal mums. Speaking to the Sun Online, she admitted she will often have a cup of coffee and relax while letting her child play. She said: "I think we get this parental guilt that we should be constantly on, constantly interacting, constantly engaging, constantly stimulating them, constantly teaching them. "And one of the biggest things I learned from a PhD...
    Adults between ages 40 and 59 should take low dosages of aspirin only when a physician concludes they are at significant risk of cardiovascular disease, according to the United States Preventive Services Task Force's draft proposal . Aspirin is an anticoagulant, meaning it helps inhibit blood clots, the typical catalyst for heart attacks and strokes, the panel of experts said in its draft released Tuesday. "Daily aspirin use may help prevent heart attacks and strokes in some people, but it can also cause potentially serious harms, such as internal bleeding," Dr. John Wong said. It had previously been believed that taking aspirin daily would reduce the risk of blood clots and lower the risk of heart disease and stroke, but such a habit can also increase the risk of internal bleeding, the panel added. PFIZER BEGINS STUDY OF ORAL DRUG FOR COVID-19 PREVENTION No one older than 60 should take aspirin to mitigate heart attacks or strokes, the proposal said. "The latest evidence is clear: Starting a daily aspirin regimen in people who...
    In the wake of the devastation left in New Orleans and the northeast after Hurricane Ida, emergency response officials are offering reminders about what is best to give to those in need.Along with giving to reputable organizations, there are some items you shouldn't send and others that go much further in helping."I would suggest right now that people not consider sending clothing," Barry Porter, regional CEO of the American Red Cross said."Because of the COVID environment, there's also a concern about exposure, things of that nature, so trying to be able to manage cost. When you sit and then try to figure out getting shipments there. Where's it going to go, who's going to handle it, it really becomes a challenge for organizations when we're really focused on the basic needs of shelter, food, and medical care," Porter said.Porter says if you truly want to send clothing, send new items and coordinate delivery with a local, smaller organization like a church in the area of need. He points out after natural disasters, there are other items that are in higher...
    Detractors of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said it was past time for his resignation Tuesday after the governor announced that he will be stepping down from office in two weeks – the culmination of about a year of cascading scandals, most notably allegations of pervasive sexual harassment by the governor.  Some critics also said the resignation should not be the end of accountability for Cuomo, who New York Attorney General Letitia James said broke state and federal laws with his behavior spanning years. "Governor Cuomo's resignation is long past overdue," Rep. Elise Stefanik, R-N.Y., said. "Now, former Governor Cuomo needs to be prosecuted and arrested for sexual harassment, sexual assault, and sexual grooming." "The corrupt reign of King Cuomo is over at last, but the fight for justice and accountability is just beginning," Rep. Claudia Tenney, R-N.Y., said in a statement shortly after his resignation. "Investigations into Cuomo’s abuse of power, corruption, and criminal misconduct must continue. Cuomo should be immediately prosecuted, not just for sexual harassment and assault, but also for his deadly nursing home policies and subsequent...
    NURSES have blasted concerns over Covid-19 and said those with fears of the virus spreading amid the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally "shouldn’t live here." Their comments come as the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally takes place in South Dakota with thousands of motorcycle enthusiasts and as coronavirus cases are on the rise across the United States. 5Motorcycles fill the streets of Sturgis on Friday, August 6, 2021Credit: AP 5A bar is filled during the Sturgis Motorcycle Rally on August 7, 2021Credit: AP 5People dance at a concert in Sturgis on August 5, 2021Credit: AP A 46-year-old Sturgis emergency-room nurse manager, Rikki Plaggemeyer, told The Daily Beast: "Living in Sturgis, I do hear [of] people that live here that don’t love the rally. "If you don’t like to live in Sturgis, and you don’t like the Sturgis Rally, you shouldn’t live here. "It gives us great experiences in the ER and in the hospital, and I spend most of my time during the rally here.” Registered nurse Jamie Lascelles, 30, also enjoys attending the annual event which can sometimes amass more than 750,000 people....
    Harvey Weinstein appears from prison before Erie County Court Judge Kenneth Case at a Buffalo, New York, courtroom and attorney Norman Effman during a virtual hearing regarding possible extradition to California to face further sexual assault charges December 11, 2020 in this courtroom sketch. REUTERS/Jane Rosenberg Harvey Weinstein's lawyers say the disgraced film producer shouldn't be extradited to Los Angeles to face sexual assault and rape charges because his health is deteriorating. Weinstein's lawyers say the 69-year-old has lost at least four teeth, is nearly legally blind, and has a myriad of other heath issues that should keep him in a prison in upstate New York, where he's serving 23 years on a conviction of third-degree rape and forcible sexual assault of two women. The claims were made in a video conference hearing on Monday in an objection to paperwork submitted seeking Weinstein's extradition, according to Variety.  Norman Effman, who's representing Weinstein, said along with going blind and losing teeth, Weinstein is also experiencing cardiac issues, back issues, and sleep apnea. A judge will hear the objects in a...
    John Mayer performed at the 2021 Grammy Awards. CBS Photo Archive/Getty Images John Mayer played guitar during Maren Morris' performance of "The Bones" at the Grammys on Sunday.  Mayer's name trended on Twitter shortly after as fans called out his past problematic behavior.  Many questioned why he had the chance to perform after his previous racist and misogynistic remarks and actions. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. John Mayer's name trended on Twitter following his Grammys performance on Sunday as fans drew attention to his problematic comments and actions from the past.  The musician, 43, played guitar during Maren Morris' live performance of her Grammy-nominated track "The Bones" at Staples Center in Los Angeles. Shortly after the song ended, many people pointed to the racist and misogynistic comments Mayer made during his 2010 Playboy interview. During the conversation, he said he has a penis that's "sort of like a white supremacist" and used the N-word. He later apologized for his comments.  Over 10 years later, people wondered why Mayer had an opportunity to perform at the Grammys,...
    This article was medically reviewed by Mayra Mendez, Ph.D., LMFT, a licensed psychotherapist and program coordinator for intellectual and developmental disabilities and mental health services at Providence Saint John's Child and Family Development Center in Santa Monica, California.  Medically Reviewed Reviewed By Check Mark Icon A check mark. It indicates that the relevant content has been reviewed and verified by an expert Our stories are reviewed by medical professionals to ensure you get the most accurate and useful information about your health and wellness. For more information, visit our medical review board. If someone you love has a drug abuse disorder, its important to listen to them without judgement. STOCK4B-RF/Getty Images You should never tell someone with drug addiction that it is their fault or you're embarrassed to be associated with them.  You should also never ignore someone with drug addiction or give them an ultimatum as this can make them feel more isolated.  To support someone with drug addiction, listen to them without judgement, help them find treatment resources, and check-in regularly.  Visit Insider's Health Reference library for...
    Maskot/Getty When a loved-one is diagnosed with cancer, you want to support them any way you can. But if you've never been through that experience yourself, it can be difficult to find the right words. You shouldn't bring up the specifics of their diagnosis, comment on their appearance, or offer unsolicited advice. Instead, help with chores, listen to whatever emotions they're going through, and remind them that they're doing their best, people who currently have cancer told Insider. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. If your friend, family member, or coworker is diagnosed with cancer, you likely want to support them with kind words and helpful actions. But knowing exactly what to say, or how to help, can be difficult if you've never experienced it before. Rachel Cannady, the American Cancer Society's strategic director for cancer caregiver support, told Insider it's perfectly common to feel confused or even nervous about how to be supportive. The most important thing, she said, is to focus on emotional support and offer to help with day-to-day tasks. Her words were echoed...
    Tashi-Delek/Getty Images New research suggests probiotics — food or supplements containing beneficial microbes — might help improve mental health, reducing depression and anxiety.  Previously, probiotics have been touted to boost everything from weight loss to athletic performance to general health, and companies often market products based on these claims.  Experts say that while there's promising research on the benefits of probiotics, these claims go far beyond what the evidence can prove yet. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. One path to better mental health might be through your stomach, according to a new study on pre- and probiotics.  The report, a systematic review published July 6 in BMJ Nutrition, Prevention, and Health, found that probiotics helped improve symptoms of depression.  British researchers looked at seven studies on patients with depression who took pre- and probiotics, and found that those patients saw significant improvement in their symptoms, compared with no treatment or a placebo. The review concludes that this is promising for further research on probiotics and mental health, although it's not yet clear how it works or what...
    Coronavirus antibody tests that can be done at home would get the results wrong a third of the time, a damning study has found. A review of research found that rapid 'have you had it' coronavirus kits, which screen the blood to look for signs of past infection, have major flaws.  They correctly identify someone who has had the disease only 66 per cent of the time, on average - and this could drop as low as 49 per cent in some cases. Officials in the UK have refused to offer antibody tests to the public because they fear people will stop following social distancing rules if they think they're immune to Covid-19. In reality, there is no proof that people cannot get the illness twice. The study in the British Medical Journal found that lab-based tests were more accurate but still not perfect, correctly identifying positive results between 84 and 97.8 per cent of the time.    The findings, based on 40 studies from around the world - most of them in China - suggest the tests are not ready...
    The health benefits of orange juice are often overstated.Because orange juice is condensed, it contains almost as much sugar as a glass of Coca Cola and can lead to blood sugar spikes and weight gain. But orange juice, like an orange, is still a good source antioxidants and immune-boosting vitamin C.This article was medically reviewed by Lisa Defazio, a registered dietitian and nutritionist in Los Angeles, California.Visit Insider's Health Reference library for more advice. Orange juice is the most popular fruit juice sold in the US and has been advertised as a staple in a healthy diet. Some experts warn, however, that orange juice doesn't live up to marketers' claims and may actually be bad for your health. Here's what you need to know about whether or not orange juice is a healthy addition to your diet. The nutritional contents of orange juiceOrange juice has many important vitamins and nutrients but also contains high levels of sugar that may work against your health. Here is what you get in an 8-ounce glass of orange juice: Calories: 110Protein: 2 gramsCarbohydrates: 26 gramsSugars: 22 gramsVitamin...
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