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    YOU only have to look out of the window into your garden to see that the heatwave didn’t just wreak havoc with your sleeping pattern.  Lots of people have also been left with a dry, brown-looking, dull lawn when it was previously green and fresh.  2A gardening expert has shared how to restore your lawn to its bestCredit: tiktok./@thelawnpack The good news is that a gardening expert has revealed that it will return to its former glory - but there are certain things you can do to speed up the process.  Taking to TikTok, green-fingered expert The Lawn Pack, whose profile can be found at @thelawnpack, reassured fellow gardeners. He uploaded an informative video for his 7000 plus social media followers titled: “What to do when your lawn is scorched.”  The expert explained: “Whilst it looks like your lawn is completely dead, it’s actually just gone dormant and it will come back when rainfall returns.” Read More in GardeningLUSH LAWNS The reason your lawn looks so brown and patchy could be due to your lawnmower He then lifted the lid...
    Bill Burr speaks out over the safety of live stand-up comedy after the attack on Dave Chappelle by an audience member. During his Thursday Afternoon Monday Morning Podcast yesterday, Burr said he wasn’t afraid of taking the stage in light of the attack on Chappelle. Burr said, “People are saying ‘Are you worried now? Are you worried as a comedian that things are going to happen?'” “No,” Burr said defiantly. “These crazy people only seem to be attacking Black comedians in Los Angeles. Alright! Now I am in Los Angeles but I am as white as a bedsheet.” “Jesus Christ did they fuck that guy up,” Burr said. “I think he has mental issues so there’s a part of me, aside from the weapon, that I actually — I saw sadness in his eyes. But Jesus Christ his fucking arms look like — you guys ever see Toy Story, what Sid does to his toys. That’s what his arms look like. If that kid needs help, I hope he gets help.” “Shoutout to the c-word’s that still brought...
    PARIS Fury has opened up why she doesn’t have any hired help with multi-millionaire boxing champion husband Tyson, despite them having six kids. Tyson, also known as The Gypsy King, is said to be worth an estimated £70million, but Paris revealed it is her “duty” to look after her husband and kids.  5Paris Fury said she doesn't have hired help despite her family being worth in the multi-millionsCredit: Instagram 5Paris and Tyson Fury have six kids and live in Morecambe, LancashireCredit: Instagram In her biography, Love and Fury: The Magic and Mayhem of Life with Tyson, Paris addressed the issue. The Morecambe-based mum said: “Sometimes people would ask me why I didn’t employ any hired help – it wasn’t as if we couldn’t afford it – but that just wasn’t the Traveller way.  “As proud and dedicated wives and mothers, we considered it our duty and our privilege to look after our homes and children ourselves.” She said she is keen to set a good example to her six kids - Prince John James, Prince Tyson Fury II, Prince Adonis,...
    A WOMAN was left fuming after helping her best friend out with childcare, only to be told she was 'poisoning' her kids with her food. The woman took to Reddit to ask users if she was wrong to stop looking after the children in retaliation to the claims. 2The children have been enjoying the woman's food which has caused issues in her friendship with their mumCredit: Getty The 24-year-old explained that her best friend had started a new job recently and was helping to look after her three kids as she knew her friend could not afford childcare. She was also cooking for the children when they stayed and stated she was vegetarian and often cooked a lot of Indian food as much of it suited her dietary decision. Therefore when the children were at her house she would cook these types of dishes for them too. The anonymous poster said the children also get snacks whilst at her house, and they often cleaned their plates with the older two (aged seven and nine) often wanting seconds as they...
    During a tense meeting with the mulish racial ideologue President P. W. Botha in 1988, Archbishop Desmond Tutu watched as the head of state began to lose his temper. Then the president began to wag his finger at South Africa’s most senior churchman. Tutu, never one to dodge a confrontation and ever conscious that he was a Nobel Peace Prize laureate, reared up in his chair.  ‘Don’t think you’re talking to a small boy!’ he spat out at Botha, abandoning all restraint. Later he reflected ruefully to his biographer John Allen: ‘I don’t know whether that is how Jesus would have handled it, but our people have suffered for so long and I might never get this chance again.’  Tutu’s natural habitat in the 1980s was in the midst of the great stand-off between an increasingly angry young black population and the brutal white-led security forces At night, Tutu spoke to international television anchors about the shocking events in South Africa and why their governments must impose sanctions to force Nelson Mandela’s release from prison In 1984 Tutu posed with...
    A MUM has vented her frustration over her husband refusing to take time off work to look after their sick son. Finding child care can be difficult at the best times, especially when your child unexpectedly feels under the weather, but one woman was left shocked when her husband point blank refused to help out. 1A woman's husband has been savaged online after refusing to take time off work to help care for their sick sonCredit: Getty The woman explained that her son had tested positive for Covid, so was forced to isolate for 10 days and couldn't go to school. She works part-time in a school, but doesn't have access to holiday days, while her husband works full time and she felt it was necessary for him to take a few days off to help her out with looking after their son while he was at home. Much to her shock, her husband had other ideas and insisted it was down to her. Questioning whether she was being "unreasonable" to ask her husband to...
    As office workers return to their desks at an increasing rate, many employees will be travelling from the comfort of their home to the bustling inner city.  Leading skincare experts have revealed the problems that could occur while returning to the office after months at home, from irritated skin, clogged pores and premature ageing.  From longer hours spent exposed to sunlight to pollution from public transport or city air, getting back to your desk could mean you're at risk of developing acne, dry skin and even hormone imbalances.  Here, FEMAIL reveals the damage life in the city can cause your skin, and what to do about it.   Leading skincare experts have revealed the problems that could occur while returning to the office after months at home, from irritated skin, clogged pores and premature ageing, caused by pollution and enclosed spaces  POLLUTION CAUSING PREMATURE AGEING    Working in a large city, your skin will naturally be more exposed to more air pollutants - but this can be a particular problem when spending commutes in packed tubes or trains.  Pollutants can strip the...
    Lukas Sermann's family has been making wine in Germany's Ahr wine district for almost 300 years. On July 15, a night of flooding and ferocious storms all but wiped them out. The rolling landscapes of the Ahr valley were among the worst hit by the disaster which killed at least 180 people. A week on, most of the rescue work is done. Rebuilding businesses and lives is the next challenge - one that is testing the residents of this formerly prosperous corner of Germany to the limits. "Morning is the moment when it all comes rushing back, and you remember everything that has happened in the last few days," said Sermann's partner Katja Pooch. "And then you have to flip the switch and turn your emotions off and get on with it. We couldn't manage otherwise." The floodwaters rushing through the cellar swept hundreds of bottles of wine away, flung wine barrels over, dented expensive stainless steel tanks, demolished walls and left the award-winning winery's surviving stock caked in mud. A wine barrel is seen on the bank of...
    RUNNING a large household is never smooth sailing at the best of times, but this mum-of-seven has managed to crack staying within budget. Tess Giddings, from Bournemouth, manages to save up to a massive £2.5k a year with her savvy saving techniques. 6Tess has managed to crack the code to saving £2.5k a year with her large broodCredit: Jam Press Tess saves £2,400 a year through discount shopping, mealtime prep and planning, as well easy tips and tricks. She’s mum to Jacob, 14, Savannah, 12, Amiah, 11, Zion, nine, Nevaeh, five, and twins Hezekiah, and Levi, three – who always keep her on her toes. Her first tip is to slash that food shopping bill. As a family-of-nine their food shopping bill takes up the biggest chunk out their weekly expenses, which comes to around £160 a week. 6The family-of-nine manage to slash their shopping bill by a mileCredit: Jam Press 6Tess and husband Chris keep costs as low as possibleCredit: Jam Press Tess reveals that some of her friends with smaller families can often spend more on their food...
    THIS woman had to beg her friend for help with her hair, because she wasn't 'capable' of fixing it herself. After some styling magic, however, the results are stunning. 5This woman had to enlist her friend for help when her hair went wrongCredit: @alina8xxx/tiktok Tiktok user Alina shared a hilarious clip of her friend’s hair nightmare, and how she attempted to fix the situation. In the video, Alina says that her friend asked her to fix her hair because she couldn’t do it herself. She says: “So my mate came for me to do something to her hair because she wasn’t capable.” Her friend’s hair is cut dramatically into two clear blocks: one very short layer, and one much longer one. 5Her hair was in two clear blocksCredit: @alina8xxx/tiktok Assessing the damage, Alina asks: “What is this please?” “Reminds me of a lion”, she jokes.  Though her friend “looks happy”, laughing about her unfortunate hairstyle, Alina still makes a concerted effort to sort out the situation.  After showing the end result, Alina’s friend’s hair looks transformed - the choppy, two-block...
    EAMONN Holmes has revealed he was in such “crippling pain” that he couldn’t look after himself - and was forced to turn to wife Ruth Langsford to get through. The 61-year-old has been in agony for weeks after dislocating his pelvis which led to his back being out of alignment, but he is now slowly on the mend. Eamonn Holmes had to turn to wife Ruth for help during his crippling pain The This Morning host has been very open about his struggle and has now admitted just how much he had to rely on Ruth during that time and that it taught him to be less judgemental. He told the Daily Star: “Not being able to bend down, reach, pick up things when I drop them, put things in the right place, and keep a sense of order has been frustrating, shameful and humbling. “Without help, without Ruth, I wouldn’t be able to cook or clean up after myself. Ruth has had to help Eamonn around the house as he has struggled to move “Dishes would be in the...
    A woman has claimed she lost her sight after having her eyeballs tattooed - yet insists she still loves her new look and has 'no regrets'. Sarah Sabbath, 26, from El Paso, Texas, has spent around $3,000 to $4,000 on the ink which completely covers her body. But speaking to Truly, she revealed she was left unable to see or 'do anything' after a tattoo artist working on her eyes 'didn't put enough saline solution into the ink mixture'. Sarah eventually sought help from an eye specialist who gave her a series of drops which have improved her sight - although she said her vision 'still bothers her'. While she initially felt 'very depressed', Sarah said she now has 'no regrets' because the ink has helped her 'express herself'. Sarah Sabbath, 26, from El Paso, Texas, claimed she lost her sight after having her eyeballs tattooed (pictured left, before the procedure, and right, after) - yet insists she still loves her new look and has 'no regrets' Recalling how the tattoo artist used 'too much ink and not...
    NATIONAL lockdowns are supposed to be an extreme last resort in tackling pandemics – but we've just started our third in less than a year. On Monday, once again Boris Johnson plunged England into lockdown – which we now know can have a dreadful impact on millions of people's mental health. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 9 Boris Johnson announced the new lockdown on Monday - the new measures will be in place at least until mid-February A survey of 16,000 locked down Brits by mental health charity Mind found half of adults thought their wellbeing declined last year, with many reporting mental health issues for the first time. Figures from the ONS also show that rates of depression have doubled during the pandemic. Reports of moderate to severe depressive symptoms increased from 9.7 per cent between July 2019 and March 2020 to 19.2 per cent in June 2020. And with returns to work, debts from Christmas, and miserable weather, January is usually a gloomy time of year for many too. So...
    AMADORA, Portugal (AP) — Tears well up in Diana Correia’s eyes as she recalls the October day that 24 of the 55 residents of her nursing home in Portugal tested positive for COVID-19. The stunning discovery set off a scramble to enact the home’s contingency plan and stiffen safety procedures. With some staff sent into isolation, others worked double shifts of up to 16 hours in full protective equipment, leaving them lathered in sweat and bone-weary. Some of the home´s residents, suddenly confined to their rooms or their floor, were bewildered and chafed at restrictions, even trying to take the elevator and escape confinement. “They were hard times,” Correia says, trying hard to keep her composure. “Very hard times.” As a resurgence of the pandemic in the fall looked set to overwhelm Portuguese nursing homes like Correia’s, and the country’s public health service struggled to cope, the government mobilized all the resources it could. That included deploying military units. The soldiers’ mission: fan out across the country to visit hundreds of nursing homes and help shore up their defences against...
    London (CNN)Zookeepers in the British city of Bristol are giving a baby gorilla round-the-clock care, including bottle feeding through the night, as his mother has been struggling to look after him.The team of keepers at Bristol Zoo Gardens said that the baby, now two months old but still unnamed, was not getting enough milk from his mother, Kala, to survive and would now be hand-reared for the next four months."Hand-rearing any animal is not a decision we take lightly as our preference is always for an animal to be reared naturally by its own mother," Lynsey Bugg, mammals curator at the zoo, said in a statement. The baby gorilla is now being bottled-fed by zookeepers after his mother, Kala, struggled to feed him naturally."Sadly, this doesn't always happen and in this instance we decided that it was in the baby gorilla's best interests for us to hand rear him to ensure he had the best chance of survival." Kala, the baby's mother, is said to be adjusting well and is in good health. Read MoreBugg said that when the...
    COVID has changed almost everything about daily life – and now it is set to see portion sizes of our favourite grub slashed. Public Health England is asking supermarkets and fast-food outlets to cut calorie counts on best-selling snacks to help us stay in better shape to fight off coronavirus. The voluntary guidelines could see takeaways capped at 1,345 calories, while all pizzas will be limited to 1,230. 7 Public health minister Jo Churchill said: “We can all do our bit to stay healthy, to help protect us from coronavirus and take pressure off the NHS.” Chips, crisps, garlic bread and sausage rolls will face restrictions in the new proposals, with portions reduced by up to 80 per cent. We reveal what popular treats might look like . . .  7 7 7 Most read in UncategorizedTRAGIC ENDMotorcycle racing legend Ralph Hudson dead at 69 after 'wiping out at 252 mph'WHAT HAPPENED?US couple's remains found in Mexico well near remote area where car was leftWarning'CARING AND ECCENTRIC'Who was Ronnie McNutt and what's happened since his death?FATAL RAMMINGOne dead & another...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) — Investigators with the Dallas Police Department haven’t made a lot of advances in a murder case from Tuesday, now they’re asking for help from the public. It was just after 1:30 a.m. on September 1 when a burning car was found under the bridge at Interstate-45 and Overton Road. When officers arrived they found 44-year-old Ezra Clark next to the car. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Right now investigators say they don’t have a motive or suspect in the case. Anyone who has information about the murder is asked to contact Dallas police at 214-283-4825, or send an email to Det. Jacob White. Crime Stoppers is also offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information that leads to an arrest and indictment in the case. Call Crime Stoppers at 214-373-TIPS (8477), 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
    Health experts are wary after the recent approval of convalescent blood plasma as a treatment for coronavirus patients in the US. On Sunday, President Donald Trump announced the experimental therapy had been issued emergency use authorization by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The commander-in-chief lauded the news as a ''very big day' and 'truly historic' just one day after suggesting, baselessly, that the FDA is waiting to approve treatments and vaccines until after the presidential election in November.  At the same press conference, Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar noted a Mayo Clinic study in which there was 35 percent decrease in mortality among patients younger than age 80 who received plasma. Some physicians and the American Red Cross have praised the approval and say they've seen plasma work in patients, But others say the treatment's value has yet to be established and that the claim of mortality is 'misleading.'  Additionally, the former FDA commissioner says the treatment may be effective but that 'it doesn't look like a home run.'     On Sunday, the FDA approved convalescent...
    CAROLINE Flack's best friend Lou Teasdale has paid tribute to the star on the six-month anniversary of her tragic death. The TV favourite took her own life at home in North London on 15 February of this year, aged just 40. 3Lou Teasdale paid moving tribute to best pal CarolineCredit: Instagram Heartbroken Lou, 36, had stayed with Caroline the previous night - leaving her home at 9.30am, with the Love Island presenter found dead just hours later. Now the mother-of-one has taken to her Instagram page to remember her famous pal, urging her followers to "look after" their own friends. She shared two photos to her Instagram page, with one showing the pair posing for a mirror selfie in a living room. Caroline is looking at Lou's phone as the hairstylist takes the picture. 3Yesterday was the six-month anniversary of Caroline's deathCredit: Refer to Caption 3The star tragically took her own lifeCredit: PA:Press Association YOU'RE NOT ALONEEVERY 90 minutes in the UK a life is lost to suicide. It doesn't discriminate, touching the lives of people in every corner of...
    A 38-year-old man is in critical condition with head trauma after an apparent mishap with his Revel scooter in Queens, police said. The victim was discovered around 5:30 a.m. lying on the pavement on Steinway Street near 31st Avenue after someone called 911. It’s unclear if the man fell off the scooter or if he was hit by a vehicle that fled the scene, cops said. The victim was taken to Elmhurst Hospital. No arrests have been made and an investigation is ongoing. The accident comes days after Revel suspended 1,000 users for safety violations. Filed under astoria ,  car accidents ,  motorcycles ,  queens ,  7/18/20 Share this article: Share this: Facebook Twitter Flipboard WhatsApp Email Copy Read Next Blue Lives Matter releases video standing up for officers... Read Next Blue Lives Matter releases video standing up for officers... Share Selection Trending Now on NYPost.com This story has been shared 205,317 times. 205,317 NY pub sells 'Cuomo Chips' to comply with governor's regulations ...
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