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    SHOPPING: Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, DailyMail.com will earn an affiliate commission. Facial beauty tools are a dime a dozen, but few offer the same level of efficacy and results as ice rollers. A true darling of the beauty world, it’s captured the attention of an entirely new audience since going viral on TikTok. Whether it’s new to you or you just want to snap up a new one, you won’t find a deal better than this Afounda ice roller set. You’ll receive a pair of rollers, perfect for using on the face, neck, and body. Best of all, it’s marked down to only $9.94 for a savings of 74% off the $37.99 list price. Afounda Ice Roller Two-Pack Set  Is this the secret to a brighter and more radiant complexion — AND fewer lines and wrinkles? Many hail ice rolling as the trick that truly works. This set contains two ice rollers, perfect for de-puffing, reducing inflammation, and leaving...
    "Historically, both public and private institutions have been unwilling to directly invest in low-income people without significant restrictions attached. This red tape is in place not because any evidence shows that it is necessary, but rather because our society does not trust that people living in poverty have the character or ability to make good decisions for themselves," Cook County Board of Commissioners President Toni Preckwinkle said, according to a press release from May. "Cook County is reframing the way we think about government assistance and is proud to be leading the way in the American guaranteed income movement."
    WE USE chopping boards daily - but washing them with water or chucking them in the dishwasher does nothing to get rid of germs. Luckily, one chef has revealed the correct way to clean your wooden chopping boards to remove bacteria. 3Melanie shared how to sanitise your wooden chopping boards using two ingredients you have at homeCredit: TikTok / @frommylittlekitchen Melanie Lionella, shared the simple cleaning solution on TikTok and wrote: "The only thing that really cleans them!" Cutting meat or poultry on a wooden chopping board can leave behind bacteria that thrive in the pores of the wood and can cause food poisoning, reports Good Food. The chef demonstrates how she not only 'refreshes' her chopping boards but also sanitises them. The two ingredients are coarse sea salt and fresh lemon. READ MORE CLEANING HACKSWASH AND GO Cleaning fan thanks 'legend' for suggesting unique way to clean her shower The first step is to generously sprinkle the salt all over the chopping board. Then, cut a lemon in half and use it to scrub the salt into the board...
    SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) -- Santa Clara County officials and parents of high school students are putting the spotlight on teens and fentanyl use.ABC7 News attended the first of several in-person and online discussions, addressing the problem within the county. It's a region described by officials as a distribution hotspot in the state.EXCLUSIVE: Mother reacts to murder charge against teen accused in her 12-year-old's fatal overdoseThe dangers of fentanyl and the teen deaths linked to it were on full display at an after-hours discussion at Lynbrook High School in San Jose.County Supervisor Cindy Chavez, along with District Attorney Jeff Rosen and health experts, were part of a panel introducing a new pilot program to address this very painful and very personal topic with parents of young students."If you suspect your child may be using, they probably are," adolescent psychiatrist Dr. Ali Alkoraishi told the crowd. "And please, do not deny that that's a possibility."Illegal fentanyl is sometimes pressed into pills and made to look like prescription drugs, or it can be mixed into other illicit drugs.RELATED: 15 pounds of fentanyl,...
    IF YOU'RE sick of spending hours curling your hair, then listen up. One TikToker has revealed the super easy way to get curly hair without having to use any styling tools. 3Fey Morgan from the US, showed off the results of her sock hack the next morningCredit: @morgan.fey/Tiktok 3Fey uses two socks to create her fuss-free curlsCredit: @morgan.fey/Tiktok Fey Morgan, from the US, shared how she uses a pair of socks to curl her hair in a TikTok video that went viral with over one million views. She said that this method was super comfortable to sleep in as well as giving her a blow-out style in the morning. And all you need to recreate it yourself is a hairbrush and two socks. She sections her hair into a bottom and a top part and uses a little hair oil to put through her ends. Starting with the bottom section, she then brushes her hair out and begins to wrap her hair around the sock near the toe section. This way, once all the hair is wrapped around the sock...
    MOST women have been brushing their hair the same way for years; little did they know, they were doing it wrong all along. A clever hair guru showed exactly how women have been brushing hair incorrectly – and what to do to promote growth. 3There are several tricks to help with hair growthCredit: TikTok / @rainamonet_ 3One tip recommends against using elastic hair bandsCredit: TikTok / @rainamonet_ Beauty expert Raina Monét shared her two very simple hacks that helped her grow long and luscious hair in a video posted to TikTok. For starters, she said it's best not to use elastic hair bands. "I use to wear these and they can be so bad for your hair. "Tying your hair with them too tight or even using it on wet hair can damage your hair follicles," Raina explained. Meanwhile, switching to satin hair scrunchies has done wonders for her. "It changed my life. "It made my hair so much healthier and fuller and I don't see a lot of breakage when I comb through my hair,"...
    @caleb_martin10/IG An NBA executive reveals how predicted new NBA rules will offer a huge boost for the Miami Heat and its breakout two-way player, Caleb Martin. The Miami Heat broke all their own rules when it came to Caleb Martin, whom they signed to a two-way contract this summer. The Heat has consistently added players from their own summer league or training camp, but the franchise suddenly swerved to sign an outside forward in free agency. Martin has since proved to be the ultimate discount deal. The 26-year-old has proved to be a reliable backup forward for the Heat, and during his final game before entering COVID/protocol last week, he nailed 28 points, shooting 75% on threes, with eight rebounds, and three assists. With numerous members of the Heat’s starting lineup out with injuries, and veteran players needing regular rest days, Heat’s head coach Erik Spoelstra has basically made Martin a permanent part of their rotation. As it stands, Martin has already appeared in 24 of the 50 games for which two-way players are allowed to be active,...
    A mother-of-two has been praised by fellow parents after sharing an ingenious way to keep track of children. Taking to Facebook, Lucy Jobbins, 32, from Leeds, West Yorkshire, who has a daughter Penelope, five, and son Teddy, three, explained that she has been using Apple's new AirTags to keep an eye on her children at all times. The beauty therapist bought the AirTags on Amazon last week and has been clipping them to the inside of her kids' clothes when they are in crowded spaces. Priced at around £29, Apple designed AirTags to keep track of lost keys or wallets - however they've also become an instant hit with parents keen to look out for their kids.  Lucy Jobbins, 32, from Leeds, West Yorkshire, has been praised by fellow parents on Facebook after sharing how she's able to track her children Penelope, five, and Teddy, three, using Apple's AirTags (pictured)   Lucy, explained that she got the idea to use AirTags from a friend, after becoming wary of letting her children wear a bracelet with her phone number on Lucy said she...
    A sports anchor has apologized to a Japanese baseball player for saying that his use of interpreters in interviews damages the sport.   Stephen A. Smith, an ESPN host, who is black, was accused of xenophobia after saying that Los Angeles Angels pitching and hitting sensation Shohei Ohtani's translators negatively impacts Major League Baseball's popularity. 'The fact that you got a foreign player that doesn't speak English, believe it or not, I think contributes to harming the game to some degree, when that's your box office appeal,' Smith said during Monday's episode of First Take. Smith was fiercely criticized for his comments, but initially resisted backing down. By Monday night, however, he had changed his mind and issued an apology. ESPN host Stephen A. Smith (pictured) is facing accusations of racism after saying that Los Angeles Angels pitching and hitting sensation Shohei Ohtani's reliance on interpreters in interviews is negatively impacting Major League Baseball's popularity Shohei Ohtani speaks with interpreter Ippei Mizuhara during the 2021 MLB Home Run Derby on Monday night in Denver, Colorado Ohtani, the first two-way...
    WE love a good hack as much as anyone, but this one in particular is one ALL parents must know. Mum Yazmin Alexa Vargas from Columbia shared a genius trick she uses to get her two-year-old to take his medicine with throwing a tantrum - and it works every single time. 3Mum Yazmin Alexa Vargas shared the genius trick she uses to get her two-year-old to take his medicineCredit: FAMILY LOCKDOWN TIPS & IDEAS/Facebook Although a necessity, the task can be challenging when young tots scream and fight when you attempt to administer the medicine. The clever mum shared her idea in the Family Lockdown Tips and Ideas Facebook page along with a clip which showed her son Diego taking the liquid ibuprofen. The trick is to pretend you don't know how to use the syringe, before the youngster proudly takes charge and shows how it's done. The footage shows Yazmin asking her son what they need to do, prompting Diego to demonstrate how to use the syringe with the medicine. 3Diego does t all by himself without...
    Move over, Pfizer and Moderna. You won’t be the only games in town too much longer. COVID-19 has existed for barely more than a year, but 64 vaccines are in clinical development and another 173 in preclinical development worldwide nonetheless, according to the World Health Organization. Dozens of hopefuls are in clinical trials in the U.S., including several by California researchers. But the two inching closest to the finish line here — by Oxford-AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson — could win emergency use authorization from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as soon as this spring, which would instantly increase supply and deliver a much-needed jolt to the nation’s maddeningly sluggish mass vaccination campaign. Rocky Mountain Regional VA Medical Center investigational pharmacy technician Sara Berech prepares a dose of the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine for a clinical trial on December 15, 2020 in Aurora, Colorado. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine could be submitted for emergency use by late January and is the only vaccine among leading candidates given as a single dose. (Photo by Michael Ciaglo/Getty Images)  “In science,...
    The Giants need help scoring, but who says it has to come from the offense? Former second-round draft pick Dante Pettis made his Giants’ debut last week with 29 snaps at wide receiver, but he wasn’t used on special teams. It’s a curious decision given Pettis’ background as the NCAA career leader with nine punt return touchdowns, Dion Lewis’ fumbling issues as a kickoff returner and the double-duty heavy workload carried by safety/punter returner Jabrill Peppers. Released by the San Francisco 49ers and claimed by the Giants off waivers on Nov. 4, Pettis admitted it was a challenge to learn a new offense on the fly. The adjustment was amplified because of a bout with COVID-19. “It almost felt like I was learning a new language for the first couple days,” Pettis said. “I had no idea what certain words meant. But everybody was very helpful with trying to get me up to speed.” The Giants average the second-fewest points per game (17.1) in the NFL and have two defensive touchdowns. A special teams spark Sunday would go a long...
    With a vote fast approaching in a Denver City Council committee, city planners are trying to conjure up a magic number: just how many unrelated adults can live together in the same home. "We’ve heard quite a few concerns from you over the course of these last few meetings about those current proposals: chiefly, the number of people allowed to live in a dwelling unit, and concerns of very large households of unrelated adults," Andrew Webb, the senior city planner spearheading an overhaul the group-living aspects of Denver's zoning code, said at an October 6 Denver City Council Land Use, Transportation and Infrastructure Committee meeting. The current version of the proposal, which has been in the works since March 2018, suggests increasing the number of unrelated adults who can live together in the same household from two to a base of five, with the chance to increase this number to ten, depending on the square footage of a home. (An unlimited number of relatives would be allowed to live in these households, too, as is currently the case in Denver.)Related...
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