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    Dry skin is a real downer for achieving that soft, supple glow we’re all looking to have, right? It’s also annoying for people that are looking to apply makeup and can be a real (true) pain for people trying to shave- ouch! Dry skin is also unhealthy for your skin, believe it or not. Skin cells die on a daily, and even hourly basis like the rest of our cells do. As this happens,  cells that are meant to be sloughed away end up building up on top of the epidermal (top layer) of skin, which causes clogging more easily. This can lead to breakouts, rashes, and more less-than-stellar skin issues. While exfoliating may help occasionally, it may not prevent dry skin from coming on in the first place. If you exercise outdoors, you’re at an even greater risk for dry skin, so be sure to prioritize skincare this time of year as much as your daily workouts. The sun’s rays may not be apparent, but they still shine through the clouds and combined with wind and chilly temps, can...
    Christine Caplan/INSIDER Table of Contents Chevron icon It indicates an expandable section or menu, or sometimes previous / next navigation options. How does it work? What it's like to use What makes it stand out The cons The bottom line  How does it work? What it's like to use What makes it stand out The cons The bottom line  When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. I've been using the Dash Express Dog Treat Maker to bake tasty treats for my two dogs. The treat maker comes with a recipe guide that makes it easy to mix up and bake up to eight treats in 15 minutes or less. My dogs loved the recipes and I enjoy this appliance so much that I plan to gift it to friends and family for the holidays. Dash Dog Express Treat Maker $29.95 from Amazon I admit that I'm...
    DEAR ABBY: I am a 72-year-old divorcee. I live alone in a 55-and-older community where I have many friends and an active life. Jeanne Phillips  My three adult children are ages 37 to 43. The eldest lives out of the country with my 12-year-old grandson. My other son and his wife live 2,000 miles away and have two young children, one of whom I saw once, three years ago. My daughter lives with her husband an hour and a half away. I see them about twice a year. My daughter will sometimes answer an email or text, sometimes not. My sons almost never contact me, not even on my birthday or Mother’s Day. From what I understand, they have little communication with their father or each other, either. Related Articles Dear Abby: What can I say to a tailgater in the supermarket? Dear Abby: I made a fool of myself at a wedding, and it may end my own marriage Dear Abby: I don’t want him talking to his former sex partners, and that...
    With the holidays creeping up fast, you may have recently realized that your house is really not ready to host the entire family and the Christmas dinner menu is, for the most part, non-existent! You may have on your plate quite a bit of holiday cleaning, planning, and decorating that needs to get done, and more than likely you’ve got some more gift shopping to do. It’s completely normal at this point in December to still have these holiday chores, so instead of stressing, write out what you need to get done and have ready by Christmas week. Gift giving can be a difficult task for some folks, but with a little change in your mindset, you will do just fine. You cannot go wrong giving gifts to family and friends that are meaningful, useful, and homemade, as these are the gifts that are most cherished for them and gentler on your wallet. But no matter how crazy things get, don’t forget to also treat your furry family members to something tasty (while still being healthy) this Christmas season! ...
    Halloween trick-or-treat celebrations will be banned this year in England’s China virus hotspots, the government’s junior business minister confirmed on Tuesday. Conservative MP for Stratford-on-Avon, Nadhim Zahawi said that while children in cities under Tier 1 and 2 lockdown restrictions will be able to celebrate the autumn tradition in small groups, youngsters in areas under Tier 3 restrictions will be told to stay home for Halloween. Zahawi tried to explain the distinctions of Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s complicated lockdown tier system, telling LBC Radio: “If you are in Tier 1 and Tier 2 – Tier 1 you can trick or treat, just remind everybody that the rule of six still applies, so if you go and knock on someone’s door, you can’t go in if there are more than six people.” “If you’re in Tier 2 then you can’t socialise inside somebody’s home, so you’d have to probably stand outside that home and that is the way you can enjoy trick or treating. “Sadly, in Tier 3, you can’t, because it is the areas where we have the highest level...
    Kids can still dress up and have fun without plunging their hands in germy buckets of candy. Peter Dazeley/Getty Images Rates of COVID-19 transmission in your community and your kids' eagerness to trick-or-treat are only two factors to consider when deciding what level of Halloween risk you can live with.  Consider whether your community tends to follow public health measures, and whether your kids are good rule-followers. There are some creative alternatives, like scavenger hunts with another family you trust, that can be safer than trick-or-treating and just as fun. Have a coronavirus quandary for Anna? Submit it anonymously here.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dear Anna, My kids (4, 6, and 9) have pretty much been counting down to Halloween since November 1, 2019. They've had their costumes planned for months and have been reminiscing about the homes with the best candy.  My wife and I originally thought we'd take them on a sort of modified trick-or-treating tour — visiting only homes where we could keep a safe distance from others, for example — but now...
    Dear Stoner: I told my mom (she’s 84) that I started smoking marijuana, and she swore some new study said it was going to kill my heart. Any truth to that?Clive Dear Clive: Your mother was probably referring to a statement from the American Heart Association that appeared on CNN and other media outlets earlier this month. The statement referenced studies that found that marijuana use can hurt the heart and blood vessels, and could increase the risk of heart attack. The AHA also said that THC, the main intoxicating compound in cannabis, may induce heart rhythm abnormalities, and that it “appears to stimulate” the sympathetic nervous system, which results in a higher heart rate, increased demand for oxygen and elevated blood pressure. According to the American Heart Association, smoking THC may put your heart at risk. Jacqueline Collins Related Stories Marijuana Could Help Treat Sickle Cell Pain, Study Shows CU Study Links Teen Pot Use to Insomnia Risk Study: Marijuana Use Can Temporarily Treat PTSD We Believe Local Journalism is Critical to the Life of a...
    Rep. Louie Gohmert, R-Texas, told "Hannity" Wednesday that he will soon begin a treatment regimen featuring the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine after testing positive for coronavirus earlier in the day. "My doctor and I are all in," Gohmert told host Sean Hannity from quarantine. "And I got a text just before I came on from a dear friend, [a] doctor, who just found out he had it, and he said he started a HCQ [hydroxychloroquine] regimen, too. "So zinc, erythromycin, and hydroxychloroquine," the congressman added, "and that will start just in the next day or two." TWITTER DELETES VIDEO ON HYDROXYCHLOROQUINE USE TO TREAT CORONAVIRUS PROMOTED BY TRUMP Gohmert was scheduled to travel to Texas with President Trump aboard Air Force One Wednesday, but tested positive at the White House during routine screening prior to the trip. Attorney General Bill Barr, who encountered Gohmert Tuesday while testifying before the House Judiciary Committee, tested negative for the virus Wednesday. "He [Trump] called me from Air Force One on the way home tonight and I said ... 'Mr. President, if you would not [have] invited me to go...
    Virus surge visible across Texas: The tsunami is here You Are Definitely Not Washing Your Reusable Water Bottle Enough Help! My Cat Or Dog Has Fleas Fleas are the worst — they’ll drive your cat or dog crazy with itching, and they can even cause serious health issues. Which means it’s important to get rid of them as soon as they pop up. Why fleas are a serious problemIf your dog or cat gets fleas, it’s important to understand how annoying — and dangerous — they can be. Aside from the intense itching and scratching that comes along with them, your pet can also suffer from infections due to all that itching. Fleas can even cause allergies, tapeworms — which happen if your pet eats an infected flea — or flea-bite anemia, which can be deadly if not treated. And not just that, but once you see a flea, there are likely many more bouncing around out of sight. “A wise man once said that for every flea you see there are 10 more!” Dr. John Sangiorgio, a veterinarian...
    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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