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    A Los Angeles school district will supply Narcan at all of its K-12 schools in light of recent youth overdoses. Narcan, or naloxone, an anti-overdose drug that can save the life of a user if administered quickly enough, will be supplied to every school in Los Angeles Unified School District by mid-October by the county's Department of Public Health, ABC 7 News reported. Superintendent Alberto Carvalho said that the decision was made in order to prioritize the health of students. "Research shows that the availability of naloxone along with overdose education is effective at decreasing overdoses and death — and will save lives," Carvalho said. "We will do everything in our power to ensure that not another student in our community is a victim to the growing opioid epidemic. Keeping students safe and healthy remains our highest priority." ADDRESSING THE FENTANYL EPIDEMIC STARTS WITH BORDER SECURITY In addition to supplying Narcan, the district will invest in an educational campaign to teach students and residents the dangers of fentanyl use. The campaign will teach students both how...
    A MUM feared she and her kids were going to be eaten by sharks after their dream dive trip turned into a nightmare. Justine Clark and her two sons, Felix, 18, and Max, 20, were abandoned in the middle of the ocean while diving during a seven-day holiday with Captain Cook Cruises. 3An Australian family recalled their harrowing ordeal after being stranded in the middle of the oceanCredit: Supplied/Justine Clark 3Justine Clark, and her sons were on a seven-day cruise when they went divingCredit: Supplied/Justine Clark 3The mum feared they were going to be eaten by sharksCredit: Supplied/Justine Clark The trio, from Newcastle in Australia, had booked the afternoon dive off the coast of Fiji for August 14 while on the cruise of the South Pacific. As they were heading out to offshore dive site, the weather turned but the group continued with their plans. She said: "We travelled into an approaching storm and out in open waters in what appeared to be a large channel about 20 kilometres from any island. After a 40 minute drift...
    EVERY state school will have a defibrillator by next summer in a victory for the campaigning parents of a tragic youngster. Ministers made the promise after hearing that 12-year-old Oliver King might have survived if one had been available. 1All state schools will be supplied with defibrillators by next summer He went into cardiac arrest during a swimming race at a Liverpool school in 2011. Education Secretary James Cleverly vowed at least 20,000 defibrillators would be installed. Oliver’s parents Mark and Joanne welcomed the pledge. Mr King said: “It will mean families won’t have to go through the pain that we did.” Read More on The SunTAT'S OK I let my 15-year-old daughter get a tattoo and I don't care what others say Most read in The US SunNAME GAME Duggar fans mock John & Abbie's sister-in-law's 'aggressive' name for babyHORROR SCENE Inside Ivana's home where she's feared to have fallen down stairs before deathFRESH START GMA's Gio Benitez hosts for first time as fans call out Michael Strahan absenceNOT TODAY! Today's Savannah Guthrie snaps at Hoda Kotb & guest...
    STANDING next to her mum, sister and auntie, Kerry Sturgess felt the odd one out – with a modest 34B chest. So, in 2009, the pilates instructor decided to spend £5,500 on a boob job. 9Pilates instructor Kerry Sturgess spent £5,500 on a boob job in 2009Credit: David Cummings - Commissioned by The Sun 9She had a modest 34B chest before the operation but regretted the changeCredit: Supplied 9She said: 'I ride a Harley-Davidson motorbike but I could no longer get my biker jacket done up'Credit: Supplied Within days, Kerry regretted her decision. And as the cosmetic procedure once loved by celebs such as Katie Price and Pamela Anderson fell out of fashion, she finally had them removed 12 years later. Kerry, 52, is not the only one going smaller, with Google searches for “NHS breast reduction waiting list” soaring by 800 per cent in the past 12 months. And plastic surgery clinics here have seen a 97 per cent increase in women seeking breast implant removal. Kerry, from Finchingfield, Essex, says: “I always felt self-conscious of my breasts and...
    WHEN Laura Phillips fell pregnant with her first son - she knew she wanted him to have a unique name. But the mum-of-four was not prepared for the onslaught of opinions about her choice - with people bursting out laughing, claiming he'd be bullied and saying he'll never get a job. 6Laura Phillips is a mum-of-four but she's had some awful reactions to her youngest's nameCredit: Supplied 6Laura loves the name Tyga-Blu Abbott - but others aren't so sureCredit: Supplied Her little lad has already proved them wrong - earning thousands as a model and actor, at just five years old. Single mum Laura, 35, says the negative comments almost swayed her away from her chosen name, but she's glad she ignored the haters. She tells Fabulous: "I knew I wanted something unusual because I prefer unique names. "And my son was always going to be my last baby, because once I had a boy I wanted to stop, so I thought 'I've got to go all out'. "Someone was talking about pro golfer Tiger Woods and the name...
    Less than a day after the Associated Press reported that South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem strong-armed the state into giving her daughter a real estate license, the state attorney general is on the case. “I have been contacted by concerned citizens and legislators,” Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg wrote in a Tuesday statement. “I am actively reviewing their concerns and I will be following the steps prescribed in codified law in relation to those questions.” Democratic state lawmakers had raised concerns that Noem had improperly pressured the head of the state’s appraiser program, Sherry Bren, to provide her daughter a license after she was denied one. Bren was then forced out from the job a week later and was given a $200,000 settlement to rescind an age discrimination complaint, the AP reported. The governor’s spokesman said the incident was a political attack and that Noem was helping cut “bureaucratic red tape,” though he did not deny the facts of the story. The episode adds to a recent saga of ethically questionable moves by Noem, a 2024 hopeful who...
    SLEEPING up to 15 hours-a-day, feeling too exhausted to eat and covered in painful rashes, fibromyalgia has left Emma Gregory feeling like an “old woman” at just 31 years old. The former personal trainer, from Merseyside, now faces an added battle with people who don’t believe she’s ill, because she’s “too pretty” to be sick. 11Fibromyalgia has left Emma Gregory feeling like an “old woman” at just 31 years old.Credit: supplied Fibromyalgia is a long-term condition which causes pain all over the body.  Symptoms include pain, stiffness, problems with sleep and headaches - but there is no cure and the cause is unknown. Speaking to Fabulous, Emma, who was diagnosed with the condition in 2019, opens up about her painful experience... Two years ago, life was completely different to how it is now. I was a full-time personal trainer, working out at least once a day and working in a gym. I’d eat up to 2,500 calories a day to fuel my workouts, and felt fit, strong and healthy.  11People say she's "too pretty" to be illCredit: supplied Now, I’m...
    SITTING on the loo, Emma Harling longed for the relief of being able to go for a wee. Her stomach had ballooned so big she looked eight months pregnant and the pain was immense. 8Emma Harling was just 20 when she was diagnosed with ovarian cancer last yearCredit: Supplied She knew something wasn't right, but at just 20 she put it down to nothing more serious than a urine infection. But when the pain became too much to bear, she was rushed to hospital where doctors eventually diagnosed her with ovarian cancer. Emma, from Burley on Wharfedale, West Yorks, said: “I never imagined for a second it could be cancer. "It’s a cliche, but you don’t think it could happen to you, especially when you’re young.” Each year 7,400 women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the UK. Yet according to the charity Ovarian Cancer Action, 90 per cent of women can’t name the four main symptoms of the disease. And with symptoms including bloating, it can often be mistaken for less serious conditions, such as irritable bowel syndrome...
    16 IT'S supposed to be one of the most exciting times of your life. But for mum Kelly Smith, pregnancy was a traumatic ordeal that left her sobbing non-stop, struggling to eat properly and unable to shower alone. 16Kelly Smith, pictured with her toddler daughter Eva, found herself sobbing non-stop and unable to shower alone during her pregnancyCredit: Supplied “I had a very tough pregnancy with my baby measuring small and my OCD [obsessive–compulsive disorder] was terrible to the point where I couldn’t shower alone, I had to force myself to eat properly, I struggled to go to work and cried non-stop," recalls Kelly, from Falkirk, Scotland. Convinced she was going to lose her unborn baby, the anxious expectant mother refused to plan ahead or buy any baby clothing - while spending a fortune on private scans. She also saw her relationship with her partner break down - she's now a single mum to toddler Eva. "When she arrived, despite still worrying, I no longer felt the pressure on me and my body to keep her safe, which...
    WHEN new-mum Demi-Louise Bailey posted a photo of herself breast-feeding her three-month-old daughter, she expected the likes to roll in. The 23-year-old was not prepared for the barrage of criticism that came her way – especially as all of it was based on how SHE looks. 10Demi-Louise Bailey, from Essex, is a self-confessed ‘yummy mummy’Credit: Supplied Demi-Louise, from Essex, is a self-confessed ‘yummy mummy’ who gets up at 5am every day to do her make-up, curl her hair, apply false lashes and select a fashionable outfit. She is far from the new-mum stereotype of someone in a sick-covered tracksuit, burping baby with her hair scraped into a mum bun. In fact, Demi-Louise can think of nothing worse than being a “scummy mummy”. She refuses to “let herself go” just because she’s had a baby, insisting it’s just as important that she looks and feels good as it is that her daughter is happy. That’s why she was back at the nail and hair salon as quickly as possible after she had daughter Harper in July, and regularly takes time out...
    MOST parents would agree that finding a way to keep children occupied during lockdown is near impossible - and if the odd treat keeps them quiet, so be it. But one mum's fun activity has divided the internet after she shared a snap showing her four-year-old son eating jelly-covered marshmallows and grapes. 5Denis Fisher was trying to come up with creative ways to keep her son Jase entertained in lockdownCredit: Supplied Sharing her method in The Best Kids Crafts & Activities Facebook group, the mother revealed that they found the fun idea on Pinterest and decided to dip their snacks in Jell-O mix. Denise Fisher, 44, from the US, wrote: “Our snack today was jello covered marshmallows and grapes. “Just dip in water first…gives it a little kick! And Jase approved. “This activity was more for the fun of making them, and of course we did try them! No need for negative comments. 5She tried dipping marshmallows and grapes in jelly to make her son a colourful snackCredit: Supplied “If it’s not something you would do, then just keep scrolling!”...
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