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    A woman has only just discovered she's been 'misusing' her handbrake her whole life - and millions have admitted to making the same mistake. Emily, from Melbourne, posted a video showing that she puts her automatic car in park - not neutral -  before pulling the handbrake and many car experts have chastised her for doing it 'wrong.' 'I'm so confused, I need someone to help me,' she said. 'I put the car in 'park,' and then I put the handbrake on - is this wrong?' Many admitted to following the same steps when parking their car and had no idea they were making a mistake.  Scroll down for video  Emily [pictured], from Melbourne, posted a video asking for advice regarding how and when she was supposed to use her handbrake when parking her car RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Mum gives birth to QUADS after trying for 'just one more' to... Healthy and fit mum of five who had a stroke at 37 reveals... How mum-of-two's 'textbook' symptoms of cancer were... How...
    It’s about one-third of the way into Not Okay that the most interesting character finally shows up. In the film, which is now available on Hulu, Rowan Aldren (Mia Isaac) is a New York City teenager who’s part of a support group for survivors of violence. Self-possessed and confident beyond her years, she’s become an avatar for the gun control battle after surviving a mass shooting at her school. High-profile rallies are as much a part of her schedule as group projects. Somewhere between classes, her weekly support meetings, and sessions at a rage room—where she smashes household objects with a bat to vent her frustration—she finds the time to deliver impassioned speeches calling for stricter gun laws. She lays the blame for massacres like the one she survived at the feet of politicians who, in her view, have decided to trade the lives of young people for votes. She does this knowing that it puts her at physical and psychological risk. Every speech means reliving the horror of hearing her classmates be executed one by one. At school, a...
    The father of a man killed on the set of Law and Order: Organized Crime on Tuesday fears the attack may have been targeted. Johnny Alvarado Pizarro Jr, 31, was sitting in the drivers' seat of his vehicle, saving a parking space for members of the crew in Brooklyn, when police say, a hooded gunman opened his car door and shot him. The car was also heavily riddled with bullets in the aftermath. Pizarro, a father of six, was then rushed to a local hospital with multiple gunshot wounds to his neck and face, and was pronounced dead upon arrival. The male suspect, meanwhile, fled the scene on foot and remains on the loose, with one crew member telling Deadline he saw a man running away with 'something under his shirt.' He is described as being around 5'4'', with a thin-built. He was reportedly wearing a black hoodie and black pants at the time. There was apparently no security or New York Police Department officers from the department's Movie and TV unit on the scene, according to Deadline, with...
    THIS summer is expected to be a hot one with above-average temperatures forecast for much of the US. As temperatures heat up outside, you're likely to want to chill the thermostat inside, but that could be a costly move. 1Raising your thermostat to 78° could cut your energy bills significantly this summerCredit: Getty Instead, consider a step that could save you up to 10% off your cooling bill. As temperatures rise, so does the cost of staying cool at home. Heating and cooling costs accounted for about 55% of residential energy consumption in 2021, and that number is expected to inch higher by about 0.2% this year, according to the US Energy Information Administration. One reason is record-high oil and natural gas prices, in part fueled by the ongoing war between Russia and Ukraine. More energy saving tipsGOT THE POWER Simple change could see electric car drivers save HUNDREDS on energy billsWATTS THIS Five best energy-saving smart home devices to keep your utility bills down Air conditioners consume 6% of all the electricity produced in the United States, costing...
    HE was England's hero in the 2018 World Cup before securing an £80million move to Manchester United a year later. But Harry Maguire could've traded it all in to be an accountant, according to his former teacher. 22 Harry Maguire was an England hero at the World CupCredit: Getty - Contributor 22 Fearless defender Maguire's performances secured an £80m move to Man UtdCredit: Getty - Contributor The burly 6'4" defender was a revelation at World Cup 2018 for the Three Lions, and has since been an ever-present as Man Utd captain. But when he was a kid he was a numbers whizz. Maguire, 25, attended St Mary's Catholic High School in Chesterfield, where he excelled with his studies. “He was a remarkable pupil who always came in and worked very hard," Sue Cain, Deputy Headteacher at the school, told the Derbyshire Times. "He was never in any trouble and he had such a good attitude. He did everything you asked him to do and he never questioned why. He was a popular lad." Latest World Cup newsHITTING BACK Brian Laundrie's...
    APPLE'S next generation of iPhone software has users fired up to upgrade - but patience is a virtue. The latest beta is chock full of bugs and glitches. 1iOS 16 will work on the iPhone 8 and all devices manufactured after itCredit: Alamy iOS 16 will officially launch later this year but users with Apple Developer accounts can get early access to a beta version. The Apple Developer program costs $99 to join - it's technically available to everyone willing to pay, but its true purpose is to give app developers a look under the hood so they can best prepare their programs for the new software. In any case, iOS 16 Developer Beta 2 is out now, and the early reviews are less than stellar. While the lock screen customization and background remover have users jazzed, a beta is a beta for a reason - it's an opportunity for Apple to get the bugs out. Read More in iPhoneI-NEW Huge FREE iPhone upgrade to be revealed today at top-secret Apple eventTAP TIP Genius iPhone hack lets you...
    WE'VE spent the entire year yearning for the days of suntan lotion and shorts, but now that the heatwave has hit, we're all desperately trying to cool down. In the midst of a UK heatwave, we're all desperately trying to cool down enough to get a good night's sleep and for some, kicking off the duvet just isn't good enough. 1Make sure your fan is rotating anti-clockwise to maximise your coolnessCredit: Getty If you need a little something extra to help you stay cool in the heat, we have a great tip for you. When using a fan to help you chill out, set it to anti-clockwise and you will feel far cooler. Doesn't sound like it would make a difference does it? But in fact it does. Fan experts Delmar Fans explained that the anti-clockwise blade rotation pushes the cool air down to the floor. Read More Heatwave TipsHOT DOG I'm a dog expert - owners must follow my 5 tips to keep their pets cool in heatwave Next the cooler air will evaporate sweat and create...
    In the wake of the school shooting in Uvalde, Texas, on Tuesday, state law enforcement has been receiving widespread criticism as the public learns more about what officers did and did not do to end the active shooter situation. While Department of Public Safety officials initially said the gunman, Salvador Ramos, was confronted by an armed officer outside the school, those same authorities denied that version of events at a press conference Thursday. The Wall Street Journal reported that the gunman fired shots for 12 minutes after crashing his truck outside the school before walking in “unobstructed.” Police arrived on scene four minutes later “and exchanged gunfire with Ramos, who locked himself in a fourth-grade classroom.” According to the story, it was around 12:40 p.m.—about an hour later—when a Border Patrol tactical team entered the school, and then the classroom, and killed the gunman. In that time, parent Angeli Rose Gomez said she was handcuffed by U.S. Marshals outside the school, was later freed, hopped a fence, went into the school, grabbed her children, and fled. Videos from that time...
    ORLANDO, Fla. -- The family of the teenager who died after falling from an amusement park ride in Florida told "Good Morning America" that his death was preventable."This could've been prevented ... it should've been prevented," Nekia Dodd, the mother of Tyre Sampson, told "GMA." "So as an operator, you have a job to check those rides, you know. The video I saw, that was not done. And if it was done, it should've been done more than once, you know."Sampson, 14, died after falling from a ride at ICON Park in Orlando on March 24. His parents filed a civil wrongful death lawsuit on Monday.MORE: Family sues after teen falls to death from amusement park ride EMBED More News Videos The family of Tyre Sampson filed a lawsuit after the 14-year-old fell to his death from an ICON Park FreeFall drop tower ride in Orlando, Florida. Dodd and Tyre Sampson's father, Yarnell Sampson, filed the lawsuit in the 9th Circuit Court in Orange County, Florida, accusing ICON Park in Orlando and other defendants, including the manufacturer and the operator...
    FROM grooming and daily walks to everything inbetween, there's a lot to remember when it comes to looking after a pet. However, it seems there's one very important thing that dog owners forget to do - and that's washing their pooch's food bowl. 1A new study found that forgetting to wash your pooch's food bowl could not only be affecting your dog's health, but yours as well. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Getty As reported by The Mirror, a new study carried out by the Food and Drug Association (FDA) found that forgetting this simple task could not only be affecting your dog's health, but yours as well. The study investigated dog owners' feeding habits and the impact of FDA's hygiene rules on dog food dish contamination - and the results may surprise you. Just 12% of 417 dog owners surveyed admitted to washing their pooch's food bowl every day, while 22% clean it once a week. But perhaps shockingly of all, only 18% wash it every three months - and in some cases, don't bother at all. According to the FDA,...
    Los Angeles Lakers star Anthony Davis still has hope of making the playoffs but he’s frustrated by “what we could’ve been” this season. The Lakers brought together a big three in Los Angeles this season, matching LeBron James and Anthony Davis with Russell Westbrook. It should have created a lineup capable of challenging in the Western Conference. Instead, Los Angeles is in danger of missing the playoffs as a difficult season wraps up. While Westbrook has started 76 games, James has played 56 while Davis has only suited up for 38. The three stars have all played together just 21 times. Anthony Davis frustrated by what Lakers trio could have beenFor Davis, the most frustrating part is knowing how differently this season could have done if they had all been healthy together. ????????????. pic.twitter.com/Pk46Kjt7nc — theScore (@theScore) April 4, 2022 “We didn’t expect us to only have 21 games together but it’s kinda been that year,” Davis said. “Its been tough not being able to fully reach our potential as far as us three being on the floor and...
    WHEN it comes to hair care, even the least conscientious of us know the very basics involve washing with shampoo and conditioner. However, there actually is a bit more to it than that, and it's important to get it right in order to ensure our hair is growing healthily and always at its best. 5There are actually quite a few ways you could be making a mistake with your hair routineCredit: Getty Here, hairstylist at The Bohemians Martina Kralikova explains the common conditioner mistakes most people make, and how it could impact your locks... Root of the issue This one might seem obvious to some, but applying conditioner to the wrong areas is a frequent issue. Martina says: "Applying conditioner on the roots is the most common mistake people make. "Since the scalp produces natural sebum to nourish the roots, applying conditioner on the scalp will make the roots too greasy and flat. HAIR HACKSHAIR CARE I'm a hairstylist - 7 easy ways to thicker-looking hair without visiting a salonHAIR HACKS I'm a hairdresser - these TikTok...
    WE ALL know that using an electric toothbrush is better for your pearly whites. Dentists have long applauded the electric toothbrush as being better at cleaning plaque off and preventing gum disease, but not if you're using it wrong. 2The dentist blew TikTok user's minds by showing them the correct way to use an electric toothbrushCredit: tiktok @themamadentist Dentist, Taylor McFarland, from the US, shared a video explaining the correct way to use an electric toothbrush, which has gone viral with over 400k views. She made her account, The Mama Dentist, to help educate people on how best to look after their teeth and gums. In one video she shares how moving your electric toothbrush up and down while brushing your teeth is wrong. In fact, although not mentioned in the video, dentists state doing this can put too much pressure on your teeth and gums and can have an adverse effect. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED READ MORE BEAUTY TIPS ZAP THE ZIT I'm a dermatologist and this is...
    Actress AnnaLynne McCord is being accused of committing a war crime by writing and sharing a cringeworthy poem that depicted her desire to be Vladimir Putin's mother. The former 90210 star shared her musings about the Russian strongman Thursday on Twitter,  drawing harsh criticism from users who called McCord 'self indulgent,' and 'narcissistic' for drawing attention to herself as Putin leads a brutal attempt to takeover Ukraine. She began her verse with an apology to 69-year-old Putin. 'I'm so sorry I was not your mother,' she said. 'If I was your mother, you would have been so loved, held in the arms of joyous light.'  Meghan McCain led a round of criticism by tweeting: 'I'm not sure if this is meant to be a parody or truly everyone in Hollywood is just out of their minds.  'But thank you to this actress lady for making me smile for the first time in 24 hours. 'Nailed it girl, wars over.' Actress AnnaLynne McCord. 34, posted a bizarre poem online Thursday about her desire to be President Vladimir Putin's mother Throughout the...
    SIBLINGS have told of their heartbreak, knowing their mum could have been saved if her cancer had been found earlier. Megan Hill-Clement and her brother Stephen, from Cardiff, lost their mother, Elaine, in 2018. 3Elaine Hill-Clement died in 2018 after she was diagnosed with pancreatic cancerCredit: Megan Hill/MEDIA WALES 3The mum died five months after she was given the devastating diagnosisCredit: Megan Hill/MEDIA WALES She had been going to her GP complaining of back pain for five years, which sometimes meant she was forced to take time off work. After years of back and forth doctors thought it might be caused by her gallbladder and booked her in for an MRI. It was during this the pancreatic cancer was found and the mum, 61, was told she had six months to live. Tragically, she died five months after the diagnosis - with her children left heartbroken it wasn't caught sooner. Stephen told Wales Online: "After she was diagnosed we learnt that her pains were actually symptoms of pancreatic cancer. She must've had cancer for quite a few years before she...
    A charity has warned Apple AirTags could be used by controlling partners to track victims of domestic abuse, after a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model revealed how a stranger used the device to track her to her home.  UK-based Women's Aid told FEMAIL the tracking device, which costs as little as £29 and is designed to help people locate items like their keys, phone and pets, could be easily concealed on a car by a stalker or perpetrator of domestic abuse.  It comes as women called for the product to be recalled, saying it puts their safety at risk.  Isabelle Younane, head of policy, campaigns and public affairs, said: 'Domestic abuse is not always physical. Stalking and tech abuse are very real and dangerous forms of abuse – with survivors who are being stalked by their ex-partner often at risk of greatest harm. 'During the COVID-19 pandemic, some perpetrators utilised lockdown measures as an opportunity to monitor survivors more closely and escalate abuse– including putting tracking devices on cars. Women’s fears about being tracked by new technology must be heard and taken...
    YOUR washing machine can easily accumulate grime, especially around the seal where there can be excess water. But savvy cleaning fans have got a solution for you, that you may not have tried before. 1Have you been cleaning out your washing machine all wrong? Check out these tips to find outCredit: Getty On a popular, Mrs Hinch inspired, cleaning Facebook group, one woman posed a question to fellow community members. Philippa Rose said: “Washing machine keeps holding water here at end of each wash. “I’ve checked pipes at back and emptied the filter - any tips - thanks.” It wasn't long before fellow Facebook users jumped in to share their advice for ditching the gunk. But there was one tip that most of us don't do, but we definitely should. One person said: “I always dry mine with kitchen roll and leave a piece at the bottom of the seal, and leave the door open.” Most read in LifestyleSNAP BACK New Year pic 'convinced paranoid Harry that Queen & William were against him'AGE OLD TALE I have...
    MANY people like whipping up pancakes as a tasty treat, but it turns out that our method may not give the best results. Jordan Moore, who is the Senior Recipe Developer at Gousto, revealed how to make the perfect pancake recipe every time. 1Want to make the perfect pancakes? Using a fridge for your mixture may be keyCredit: Getty Images - Getty A good recipe to follow for English style pancakes is to add 110g of sifted, plain flour to two eggs and 200ml of milk with 75ml of water. You should then add a pinch of salt and whisk together before setting in the fridge. Jordan advised that ideally you should leave the mix in the fridge overnight, but if you don’t have time, try to aim for at least half an hour. He explained to the Star: "This will give better results when frying and give you perfectly flippable pancakes!" If you don't have time to leave them overnight, try to aim for at least 30 minutes in the fridge. Resting the batter will also help get rid...
    MANY Americans might not know enough about Social Security – which could cost them significantly in benefits when it comes to claiming. An annual study by Nationwide, which was conducted by The Harris Poll, showed that an alarming number of Americans “need more Social Security education”. 1We unveil the Social Security mistakes you might be making, and how to maximize your benefits The Social Security poll found that 39% are unaware of how old they have to be to claim full benefits. Meanwhile, 37% assume benefits don’t adjust for inflation, which isn’t accurate. Around 45% also think that their benefits will increase at full retirement age if they claim Social Security early, which isn’t true. More than half of future claimants - 51% - aren’t sure how much their checks will be either. Plus, 30% of the respondents didn't know that children and spouses may receive benefits. Now that you’re now aware of those important Social Security details – you need to put in the action and maximize your benefits. We explain how below. Most read in MoneyCASHING IN Fourth stimulus check...
    A CELEB manicurist says we've been doing our nails all wrong and you could be causing damage. Amy Hide - who counts Harry Styles, Georgia May Jagger and Strictly's Katya Jones among her clients - revealed what we should be doing instead. 5A celeb manicurist says we've been doing our nails all wrongCredit: Getty 5Amy Hide counts Harry Styles, Georgia May Jagger and Strictly's Katya Jones among her clientsCredit: Instagram She told Femail: "'Always protect the nails’ is a number one rule. Wear gloves when cleaning and washing up and don’t use your nails as tools, like picking that pesky label off the new plant pot you just bought." Amy also warned against using at-home gel kits - comparing it to bleaching your hair at home. "We have seen a huge increase in damaged nails," she said, linking it to the use of supermarket kits. "If you are choosing to do your gels or enhancements at home, enrol onto a course with a reputable academy or your favourite brand." 5Harry Style's expert has revealed her tips for picking a reputable salonCredit: Splash...
    HAVING to wash your clothes is inevitable. But if you're going to spend so much time doing it, then you may as get it right. Australian decluttering and organisation guru Anita Birges has revealed three secret spots in your washing machine you're probably not cleaning - and avoiding them could be making your clothes dirtier. 4The home guru said many people miss these spots and probably don't know how to clean themCredit: Tiktok/@miseenplace_au 4If left uncleaned, the filter attracts a huge amount of gunkCredit: Tiktok/@miseenplace_au In a video shared on her TikTok page she pointed out that the filter is often missed. "All you need to do is pop it open, turn it anti-clockwise, let the water come out," she said. " And then wow, look at all these things we have found in there." Next, she said, look at your dispenser, which is where your laundry liquid goes. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Anita said it's "so easily removed" so there should be no reason for not cleaning it....
    A RACING driver and his partner struggled for six years to get pregnant - not knowing a simple test could have revealed he had fertility problems. They had two failed rounds of IVF and left doctors baffled before Toby Trice was diagnosed. 3Toby Trice and Katie Housley are finally expecting after wanting a baby for many years Now, expecting a little boy just before Christmas, Toby and Katie Housley want a change in male fertility testing to “stop other couples going through the same trauma”.    They first started trying for a baby in their early 20s but had almost given up hope, until a racing sponsor from the pharmaceutical industry suggested trying the progressive male testing.  Toby, who juggles his day job as a train driver with his career leading the Ginetta GT Academy, discovered he had sperm DNA fragmentation caused by varicocele – or an enlarged vein in the scrotum.   Once he knew this, he realised it could be treated and their dreams of becoming a parent could come true. “We’ve gone through six years of treatment and two...
    An unvaccinated Washington man is apologizing to the medical staff who treated him during his month-long hospital stay due to Covid complications. Richard Soliz, 54, of Seattle, Washington, spent a month battling the virus from late August into September. He is now remorseful about not getting the vaccine, and subjecting himself to hospital treatment because to his decision. Soliz also said he feels badly about the effort and stress doctors went through having to treat him, while also noting that they saved his life.  Richard Soliz, 54, spent a month hospitalized at Harborview Medical Center. He is unvaccinated, and apologized to staff for 'fueling' the nation's Covid crisis 'In hindsight, I felt bad,' Soliz told the The Washington Post about his battle with Covid. 'And I knew in my heart, in my mind and my consciousness, that it all could've been avoided.'     He said he decided to not get vaccinated for Covid after he saw information in social media posts that contradicted what he was seeing about the jabs in the news, he told the newspaper. Misinformation about the COVID-19...
    WE know how important it is to look after our bodies, so why aren’t we doing the same with our hair? Many of us throw our hair up into a ponytail every day, without thinking of the impact this is having on our hair. 2You've been putting your hair up all wrong and it's going to cause some serious damage to your locksCredit: Tik Tok And it’s safe to say, it’s not pretty. If you’re someone who regularly puts their hair in a high ponytail, then you might want to rethink your signature style, as hair and beauty fans have revealed this hairstyle is causing serious damage. One woman, Anne Li took to TikTok to reveal the damage a high ponytail is causing to your hair. Anne regularly shares hair and beauty tips to her TikTok and posted this particular video to her account ‘anneli.bv’. In the video, we see Anne putting her hair up in a high ponytail, with a standard hairband. Anne explains why this hairstyle is “the most damaging hairstyle”. Most read in LifestyleLive BlogHIGH PRESSURE Idris...
    SORRY to break it to you but you've probably been holding your phone all wrong. If done continuously, holding your phone up with your pinkie can cause long-term side effects. 3You've been holding your phone wrong and it could cause you nerve damageCredit: Getty - Contributor 3Most people will hold their phones up by their pinkiesCredit: Getty - Contributor You most likely hold your phone up with one hand while resting the bottom edge on your pinkie finger and holding back with your second, third, and fourth fingers. And if you're extra handy, you probably scroll through your phone with your thumb. Well, if you hold your phone like this a lot, it can cause your thumb and fingers to cramp or become inflamed, a condition known as “smartphone finger," according to the Huffington Post. Actually, your whole arm could be affected severely by improper usage of your phone. Ben Lombard, a member of the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy, told the Huffington Post: “We tend to hold our phones with the little finger underneath supporting the weight of the...
    A TERRIFIED mum believes her daughter could have been kidnapped or killed after claiming she was allowed to walk home from a school movie night alone - aged SIX. Sofia Rose walked out of St Michael's Church of England Primary School in Larkhill, Wilts, without any issues. 3Little Sofia Rose walked home alone after leaving a school eventCredit: SWNS 3Her mum has slammed the school for letting her leave the property aloneCredit: SWNS Mum Emily, in her 20s, says she dropped off her daughter at the event but the little girl arrived back on her doorstep less than an hour later - at 6.15pm. Little Sofia told her mum that she was being bullied by a group of boys during the evening event and wanted to leave. Emily claims Sofia was able to leave the school hall and make her own way home, crossing a number of busy roads and darkened streets on Friday, October 8. Mrs Rose was left concerned about the safety of other young children, labelling the incident a "safeguarding worry". Posting online the Dorset and Wiltshire...
    A TERROR rampage in Streatham could have prevented if the attacker had been recalled to jail after buying items for his fake suicide belt. Sudesh Amman was freed from prison just ten days before he grabbed a carving knife from a shop and began hacking at passers-by. 6Sudesh Amman, 20, went on a stabbing rampage after stealing a knife from a shop on Streatham High RoadCredit: PA The 20-year-old was shot dead by undercover officers on Streatham High Road just 62 seconds after he unleashed into the stabbing frenzy. An inquest at the Royal Courts of Justice today ruled probation "missed an opportunity" to send Amman back to jail. Jurors also concluded the warped jihadi was lawfully killed following the attack on February 2 last year. The inquest was told officials had three opportunities to stop the attack. Amman was half-way through a 40-month sentence for obtaining and distributing material for terrorist purposes when he released from jail. The ISIS fanatic had laughed when he was sentenced and boasted of a "strong desire to go to the afterlife" while at...
    King Crimson plays Ruth Eckerd Hall in Clearwater, Florida on Jul 22, 2021.David Singleton/Facebook Next week marks 20 years since prog-pioneer King Crimson rocked its last gig in Florida. A gig at Jannus Live (then known as Jannus Landing) was a part of the “ConstruKction Of Light” tour, which promoted an album of the same title. Back then, it was just four guys: Founding member and lead creative force Robert Fripp, Red-era guitarist Adrian Belew, bassist Trey Gunn, and Mr. Mister co-founder Pat Mastelotto. On Thursday, the same week the band played a friends and family show at Ruth Eckerd, the band played what was probably King Crimson’s last Florida show ever. (Manager David Singleton recently said “it is unlikely that this band will ever return to North America.”) In the last 20 years, a lot of things have changed in the court of the crimson king. The group that once survived on four members is now packed with seven—two of which have joined Mastelotto on drums. Red-era bassist Tony Levin is back in the band, though—as is early member...
    A DENTIST has revealed exactly how much toothpaste you should be using to clean your teeth and you've probably been using way too much. Thought lathering on the toothpaste would leave your mouth feeling even fresher? Turns out it can actually be pretty bad for your teeth. 4A dentist has revealed the correct amount of toothpaste adults should be using when brushing their teeth and you've probably been using way too muchCredit: @dr.k.sarvendran/Tiktok 4Dr. K. Sarvendran revealed that it isn't "necessary" to completely cover your toothbrush head in toothpasteCredit: @dr.k.sarvendran/Tiktok Dr. K. Sarvendran, who runs her own private dental clinic and is from Toronto, Canada, has become known for sharing her professional teeth-related advice online via TikTok. In a recent video, she revealed the correct amount of toothpaste that is needed for an adult and you don't have to cover the entire head of your toothbrush - like they do in toothpaste adverts on TV. "This is how much toothpaste they show you in the commercials - not necessary at all," Dr Sarvendran says in the video, squeezing...
    The first woman to come forward with accusations of sexual abuse at the hands of disgraced, and now imprisoned, USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar told Fox News on Friday that more girls could've been protected from the physician's deviancy if not for "multiple errors" made by the FBI as described in an inspector-general report. Rachael Denhollander, 36, now an attorney, told "The Story" that the bureau dropped the ball multiple times in its investigation of Nassar, and claimed an FBI official "wined and dined" with now-disgraced former USA Gymnastics chief Stephen Penny Jr. Penny was arrested in 2018 by the Great Smoky Mountains division of the U.S. Marshals and indicted on charges he hid or destroyed documents relating to Nassar's sexual abuse at the Huntsville, Texas, ranch of Olympics gymnastics champion Bela Karolyi. Video"What the report unveiled yesterday is multiple errors made by the FBI and also outright collusion and lying about that collusion to investigators when I finally came forward," said Denhollander, who further chronicled her claims in a Washington Post op-ed this week. "And what that...
    BROWARD (CBSMiami) – The cyclist who survived after being hit by a stolen SUV during a police chase Wednesday is speaking out about his recovery. “It could have been a lot worse,” said Michael Evans. READ MORE: Human Remains Unearthed At Oakland Park Site The 34-year-old is now a wheelchair and a neck brace as he recovers at Broward Health. Five teens were in the SUV that hit Evans and kept going near Broward Blvd. and I-95 before jumping on the interstate. “Some car came by and never stopped,” said Evans. Evans is recovering at Broward Health. Michael Evans giving an update on his recovery at Broward Health. (Source: Austin Carter / CBS4) The force of the SUV left him with injuries to the head and neck, and he also has a spine fracture. “I don’t know how long I’m going to be out of work or how I’m going to get to work anymore,” said Evans. Evans also credits his life to a good Samaritan who stopped to help. “If that person wasn’t there, I could have been lying...
    KHLOE Kardashian "could lose MILLIONS" as fans "feel they've been lied to" after she confessed to photoshopping her pictures. Fans slammed for putting the blame on them, as well. Read our Khloe Kardashian live blog for the latest news. 15Khloe Kardashian could lose millions of fans and dollars after she admitted to editing her photosCredit: Instagram In an interview with Mirror, PR expert Rob Cooper revealed that the ball is now in Khloe's court after she lashed out at her fans with a series of "unedited pictures," where she talked about the constant ridicule and judgment she faced growing up. However, Khloe has been able to make money out of those insecurities as she created a denim brand, Good American, made specifically for curvier women. "The reason Khloe will be panicking about her unedited image going viral online is likely to be more to do with the impact it will have on her brand than any self-confidence issues," the PR expert explained. "Frustratingly for Khloe, by trying to have the unedited bikini shot removed from the internet she...
    Cher has been mocked as a 'white savior' for saying she could have helped prevent the death of George Floyd.  The music icon made the remark in a tweet posted to her 3.9 million followers Friday as she watched the televised murder trial of Derek Chauvin - the cop accused of killing Floyd in Minneapolis last May.  'Was talking With Mom & She Said 'I Watched Trial Of Policeman Who Killed George Floyd,& Cried'. I Said 'Mom,I Know This Is Gonna Sound CRAZY,But.. I Kept Thinking .....Maybe If I'd Been There,...I Could've Helped,' Cher tweeted. The Turn Back Time crooner, 74, was promptly slammed for her sentiment, with critics accusing her of making a tone-dead remark that was insulting to those who had taken the stand to say how they had tried to stop Floyd's death from occurring.   'I love my Cher but oof. That was a little too white savior complex for me. I know she means well and probably doesn't understand but..honey...no,' one wrote.  Cher has been mocked as a 'white savior' for saying she could have...
    If she could turn back time, if she could find a way. Cher took heat on social media Friday evening over a tweet she posted, saying that while she watched the Derek Chauvin murder trial on television she kept wondering if she could have helped George Floyd if she had been at the scene before his death. "Was talking With Mom & She Said ‘I Watched Trial Of Policeman Who Killed George Floyd,& Cried,'" Cher wrote. "I Said ‘Mom,I Know This Is Gonna Sound CRAZY,But.. I Kept Thinking .....Maybe If I’d Been There,...I Could’ve Helped." While many of her followers appreciated the sentiments, others implied she was acting like a "white savior." "it’s the yt saviour complex for me there’s still time to delete this..." one commenter wrote while another said "George Floyd's murder isn't about you." Another commenter argued that Cher's tweet was "underplaying" the efforts of witnesses who actually were at the scene in Minneapolis last May and were trying to help Floyd. "There have been MULTIPLE testimonies of everyone from a firefighter to an MMA fighter to a senior man who attempted...
    A few weeks ago, NBA Legend Shaquille O’Neal had his first in-ring match at AEW. On the mentioned Dynamite episode, he and Jade Cargill defeated the team of AEW EVP Cody Rhodes and Red Velvet. Recently, he asked John Cena if he saw the iconic match or not. On Thursday, John Cena appeared at NBA on TNT to promote his upcoming movie Suicide Squad on HBO MAX and show Wipeout on TBS. Shaq spoke about his wrestling experience, and Cena had some words to add to that. “You are one of that Mount Rushmore of sports entertainers,” Cena said. “It’s a shame that you were born so large and so gifted on the basketball court because you could have been something in WWE. I still think you can be. But you are Mount Rushmore of sports entertainers.” Shaq asked John Cena to critique his AEW match Before this, Shaq asked his old friend if he had watched the highly publicized match. Cena, who has been the face of WWE for a long time, had to be diplomatic to not give...
    HUGS for grandparents and friends could be back from MAY as the Government plans to allow the public to decide if they've been jabbed.    Boris Johnson today confirmed details of how the UK would start to emerge from the Covid lockdown as the jab rollout has slowed the spread of the virus. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates...   3Brits still won't be able to hug their grandparents for a little bit longerCredit: Getty Images - Getty And as part of his roadmap, Brits were given hope they could hug loved ones by May 17. Speaking today, Boris said: "Today the end really is in sight. A wretched year will soon give way to spring and summer that will be very different to today." Boris' plan warns Brits to maintain social distancing in steps 1 and 2 of easing lockdown but that they may be allowed to make their own decisions on hugging friends and family under step 3 from May 17. With the successful rollout of the Covid vaccine, the Government has said the...
    Taylor Swift has revealed she's re-releasing her 2008 album Fearless with six previously unheard songs after her rival Scooter Braun sold her masters for $300 million. The musician, 30, sent her fans wild as she made the shock announcement during Thursday's Good Morning America, confirming the album will feature 26 songs in total. The singer also penned an emotional essay on Twitter about the 'fulfilling' process of re-recording her tracks and confirmed a new edition of one of her hit singles, titled Love Story (taylor's version), will drop later in the day.   Her eagle-eyed followers noticed that the songwriter is scheduled to release Fearless on April 9 as they picked up on a hidden message within her candid note. In June 2019, the award-winning artist claimed record executive Scooter, 39, released her studio albums and took ownership of her masters in a $300million deal without her knowledge.   EXCLUSIVE: @taylorswift13 is dropping a new re-recorded version of her song ¿Love Story¿ at midnight! She tells @GMA she has re-recorded her entire ¿Fearless¿ album and gives us a sneak peek at the new...
    THE Bristol Covid variant could reinfect Brits who have already been vaccinated, a Sage expert has warned. Professor John Edmunds said the mutant strain could also reinfect those who have caught the bug before - as he warned it would be "very dangerous" to let the virus rip through Britain. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 3Professor John Edmunds has said it woudl be 'very dangerous' to let the virus rip The Bristol strain emerged last week - along with another Liverpool variant. It developed directly from the Kent strain and now includes a mutation called E484K, allowing the virus to evade vaccines more easily. Prof Edmunds told ITV's Robert Peston: “I don’t know whether the Bristol variant is any more transmissible than the Kent variant - I suspect it isn’t." But "the real worry," he said, was the strain's potential to reinfect. “Where it has an advantage, potentially at least, is that it may be able to reinfect people who have been previously infected or have been previously vaccinated - that’s the real...
    THE Crown star Gillian Anderson has bluntly refuted calls for a disclaimer tagged onto the Netflix series - insisting the plotline could have been "so much worse." The X Files actress joined the cast of the iconic show for the current season four, playing the UK's first female Prime Minister, Margaret Thatcher. The best series on Netflix The best movies on Netflix New on Netflix: What to watch this week   10The Crown actress Gillian Anderson has told how it was 'obvious' The Crown was a TV show amid calls for a disclaimerCredit: Getty - Contributor While Gillian's role made a striking debut - dividing Netflix viewers with some claiming her portrayal of the Iron Lady was "over the top" - it was the explosive nature of Prince Charles and Diana's relationship, including the latter's eating disorders, which caused controversy. Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden praised the royal drama as a "beautifully produced work of fiction", but said viewers could be in danger of mistaking it for fact without a warning at the beginning of each episode. Yet in response, the streaming...
    THE Covid pandemic could've been avoided if Wuhan didn't lie to the world, a top doctor has claimed. A bombshell ITV documentary reveals Covid was spreading like wildfire for 12 days from January 5 but the Chinese government reported no new cases. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 12Infectious diseases specialist Dr Yi-Chun Lo blamed China for hiding facts about the virus 12Caged animals are pictured at a wet market in ChinaCredit: ITV In the documentary, infectious diseases specialist Dr Yi-Chun Lo, of ­Taiwan’s Centres for Disease Control, blamed China for hiding facts about the virus outbreak. He said: “I think the pandemic could have been avoided at the beginning if China was transparent about the outbreak and was quick to provide necessary information to the world.” Medics from the outbreak epicenter city of Wuhan have been captured on film admitting they were silenced in December 2019. The country’s rulers are accused of gagging medics who tried to warn of the dangers weeks before the virus exploded across the globe. 'Outbreak: The Virus...
    NIGHT Stalker Richard Ramirez's murder spree was so random that the victims could have been anyone, the director of a new series on the serial killer said. The director of Netflix's new docuseries Night Stalker: The Hunt for a Serial Killer, Tiller Russell, said that the random attacks are part of what made Ramirez so elusive to police. 5Night Stalker Richard Ramirez was arrested in 1985Credit: YouTube 5The notorious serial killer said he was possessed by Satan After he was caught, Ramirez was convicted of killing 13 people, as well as several attempted murders and 11 sexual assaults - though there is a suspicion that he killed many more. In the year that he carried out his deadly spree, the city of LA sat on edge as there seemed to be no rhyme or reason to the gruesome attacks. "I think this is why it was so captivating at the time, as well as horrifying at the time ... it could have been anybody," Russell said during an appearance on The Boo Crew podcast. Russell also spoke about...
    THE MUTANT Brazilian Covid strain has been detected in the UK, leading experts claim. Prof Wendy Barclay, Head of Department of Infectious Disease at Imperial College London, said it was likely intruded “some time ago”. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2The mutant Brazilian Covid strain has been detected in the UK, leading experts claimCredit: Alamy It comes as Transport Secretary Grant Shapps said he is "not aware" of any cases in Britain - after travellers from across South America were banned from entry. The ban, which also covers Panama and Portugal, came into force at 4am on Friday. Experts fear the Brazilian variant is much more contagious and may make vaccines less effective. Prof Barclay, who is heading up the G2P-UK National Virology Consortium - a project studying the effects of new mutations - said one Brazilian variant of coronavirus has been detected in the UK. She said: "There are two different types of Brazilian variants and one of them has been detected and one of them has not." She added: "In...
    As a Republican who began his volunteer activities in Georgia in the 1960 Richard Nixon-Henry Cabot Lodge presidential campaign (I was in high school and there was such a small Georgia GOP then that every volunteer was welcome) I think it is necessary to have the courage to face the depth and scale of Tuesday’s disaster in the two Senate runoff elections in Georgia won by Democrats.               Many Republicans will try to avoid the scale of Tuesday’s defeat, but that would be an enormous mistake.    Everything we said about how important these runoff elections were (the most consequential in history) and the impact of losing (a profound shift in power giving a narrow Senate majority to Sen. Chuck Schumer of New York and his fellow Democrats) was true.  FOX NEWS PROJECTS OSSOFF AS WINNER OF GEORGIA RUNOFF ELECTIONS OVER PURDUE  The two vital runoffs have now been lost, with the defeat of Republican Sens. Kelly Loeffler and David Perdue at the hands of Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff. This double victory will...
    According to prosecutors, twins Michael and William Null are a part of a militia group who conspired to overthrow the government, kidnap Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and put her on trial for “treason.” But according to a Michigan sheriff, who once shared the stage with one of the twins at an anti-Whitmer rally, they might have only wanted to perform a citizen’s arrest on the Democratic governor, calling the bombshell allegations “just a charge.” “It’s just a charge, and they say a ‘plot to kidnap’ and you got to remember that. Are they trying to kidnap? Because a lot of people are angry with the governor, and they want her arrested. So are they trying to arrest or was it a kidnap attempt? Because you can still, in Michigan, if it’s a felony, make a felony arrest,” Barry County Sheriff Dar Leaf told Fox 17. The Nulls are among seven men linked to the militia group Wolverine Watchmen who were hit on Thursday with several charges, including terrorism crimes, after allegedly planning to attack the state Capitol building and attempt...
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