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    As Buddy the Elf once said: 'Treat every day like Christmas,' even if it is Thanksgiving.  To the delight of two NYPD officers cruising around the Upper East Side early on Wednesday morning, a Buddy the Elf impersonator recreated one of the most iconic scenes from Will Ferrell's 2003 Christmas classic film.  The man, dressed in a whole Buddy customer, delightedly hopped across an East 59th Street crosswalk, skipping every other white bar just like Ferrell did in the movie.  'Late night Buddy the Elf spotting on the Upper East Side!' the 19th Precinct's Twitter page posted.  Buddy the Elf impersonator recreated one of the most iconic scenes from Will Ferrell's 2003 Christmas classic early on Wednesday in New York's Upper East Side. The impersonator can be seen hopping across a crosswalk on East 59th Street  Two delighted NYPD officers filmed from inside a police cruiser as they excited screamed 'yes' Deja vu? The NYC man (left) was nearly an exact replica of Will Ferrell (right) as he hip-hopped across the crosswalk just like Buddy did in the milk  The...
    A VEGETABLE found in every home has the “potential to treat diabetes”, experts have claimed. Diabetes is a long-term illness that requires not only treatment, but management through lifestyle habits. 1BY5WKW Photo of a bowl of vegetables isolated on a white background, part of the ingredients for a mediterranean meal.Credit: Alamy There is no cure for the disease, but people may be able to reverse their condition. People with diabetes are not able to produce sufficient insulin to regulate their blood sugar levels. Their blood sugar levels would reach dangerously high levels if they did not control it. However, findings presented at The Endocrine Society’s 97th annual meeting in San Diego revealed that the extract of an onion bulb can “strongly lower” high blood sugar. Read more on diabetesSHOCK FINDINGS Warning as 3 new diabetes symptoms are revealed - the signs you need to knowBE AWARE Diabetics warned of more hospital admissions for 'non-traditional' problems The extract was given alongside antidiabetic drug metformin. Lead study author Anthony Ojieh of Delta State University in Abraka, Nigeria, said: “Onion is cheap and...
    Be it a dog, cat, cow or llama, Drs. Ben and Erin Schroeder see just about every type of animal in their rural Nebraska veterinary practice. The husband and wife team are featured on the National Geographic show Heartland Docs DVM."We have farms around us. We have ranches and so we see cattle, horses and pigs sometimes," said Dr. Ben Schroeder. "Then we have the other side of our practice where we see pets.""It's never the same day twice," said Dr. Erin Schroeder. "A great thing for all of us to do during National Pet Month is help someone else find that love for pets, whether it's fostering or volunteering at your local animal shelter."It's really important that we protect those animals providing vaccinations with the help of your veterinarian is really crucial to making sure that each our our animals live a long, happy life," said Dr. Erin Schroeder.Website:https://www.nationalgeographic.com/tv/shows/heartland-docs-dvm
    SOMETIMES getting your partner to share the chores with you around the house might feel like a job in itself.  However, one mum has managed to find just the trick to get her partner helping more.  3A TikTok user has revealed a trick to getting her partner to change the loo rollCredit: Tiktok/@carinabesteiros 3She uses a £10 note to help encourage himCredit: Tiktok/@carinabesteiros And there is one place, which many Brits will recognise, where her partner struggles to get the job done - which is changing the loo roll around once it is finished.  Demonstrating how it’s done in the video, shared with her 36.2k followers, the mum writes: “I put £10 to see if my partner is going to change the toilet paper roll when it runs out.” She then shows herself wrapping a £10 note around the holder, before placing the loo roll over the top of it. Many people went to the comments section to express their thoughts.  Most read in LifestyleSHOPPING BUST I’ve got big boobs and shopping is a total nightmare - even a large...
    IT can be scary when your baby comes up in a rash, bump or lumps. Most of the time, skin conditions that affect babies are harmless and easily treated. 8Usually a babies' rash is nothing serious. Pictured: The meningitis rash glass test in actionCredit: Getty - Contributor They are also extremely common, as little ones have very sensitive skin which is still developing. This A-Z skin bible, created by WaterWipes, gives the rundown on what to expect when you take your baby home. A: Acne You would think acne isn’t something that hits until teenage years. But baby acne is common and is thought to develop because hormones that aggravate skin glands are passed from the mum to baby via the placenta. The baby’s own vomit and saliva can also aggravate the skin. It usually develops on babies’ cheeks in the first few months of life. You might notice spots on your baby’s neck, back or chest. In most cases the acne resolves on its own without treatment. B: Birthmark From port wine stains to blue-grey spots, birthmarks can come...
    What have we taken into account in this comparison? Finding the ideal model for us is not as simple as it seems. That is why we want to detail the criteria that we have taken into account to bring you the best roasters From the market: Design The toasters that we can find in the market can be vertical or horizontal. The first ones are more comfortable, since we will introduce the slices in a slot and will toast on both sides at the same time. Horizontals, however, only toast on one side, so we will have to turn the bread. Power The power of our toaster will indicate how fast you will toast the bread. You should not think that the more power the device has, the better it will be. You will have to attend to the type of bread you like to eat. The white breads, for example, they toast much more quickly than slices of rye or cereals that take longer to toast. Grooves If you choose a vertical toaster, you should know that can...
    Over the weekend, we had two perfect but distinctly different examples of how to treat CNN, a far-left propaganda outlet that spreads violence, lies, and conspiracy theories. The first example, and by far my favorite, comes from this apparent Trump supporter who perfectly expressed the contempt all decent, freedom-loving Americans should feel for CNNLOL (warning: NSFW): I love this dude.????????❤️????????CNN Tries to Interview Man at Trump Rally, Gets TOLD OFF https://t.co/O45VzPu6RK — KelliAnn (@KelliAn53385790) June 27, 2021 The cigar, the hat, the belligerence = hero. Then there’s the Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) example… When Jim “Double Chin” Acosta attempted to ambush him, Brooks spoke the truth… “I do not do interviews with CNN because I do not trust CNN to be honorable or truthful.” “I don’t trust y’all to be truthful or honest.” “You guys will lie through your teeth any chance you get.” “See ya.” Here’s the video: If @cnn persists in being dishonest propagandists, they’re going to find more & more Republicans unwilling to talk to them. Just a few years ago, CNN pretended to be journalists. Apparently,...
    A mother has revealed she spends at least two hours every day bathing her ten-month-old to treat a rare condition that causes her daughter's skin to grow up to 10 times faster than normal.  Carla Brown, 53, and her husband Paul, 55, from Chicago, adopted Hanna Rose, who was born with harlequin ichthyosis, a rare condition which causes thick plates to cover the body, in June 2020.   Within two weeks of returning home, Hanna was rushed to ICU with a bacterial infection and doctors warned Carla and Paul she wouldn't survive.  Despite the mortality rate for children with the condition being fifty percent for children under the age of one, Hanna defied the odds and returned to her family after 53 days in hospital.   But Carla said caring for her daughter at home can also be 'exhausting' at times, saying: 'She needs an hour-long bath twice per day and then has to be covered in skin care ointments every three hours day and night to sooth her dry, blistering skin.'  Carla Brown, 53, and husband Paul, 55, from Chicago,...
    Products featured in this Mail Best article are independently selected by our shopping writers. If you make a purchase using links on this page, we may earn an affiliate commission. Stress is known as a leading cause of hair loss. So it comes as no surprise that hair loss has been linked to COVID-19 - referred to as dubbed COVID Fallout - as those who have suffered from the illness find themselves stressed, tired and anxious.  While scientists and clinicians haven't found an official link between COVID-19 and hair loss as of yet, telogen effluvium is a hair loss condition caused by illness, significant life changes or stress.  'Telogen effluvium is a form of hair loss characterised by hair thinning or an increase in hair shredding. Main symptoms of telogen effluvium are if you notice hair falling out when you wash or brush your hair' explains trichologist Dr Nick Fisherman of Wyndham Private Specialist Clinic. Trichologist Dr Nick Fisherman of Wyndham Private Specialist Clinic explained how COVID-19 has caused stress-induced hair loss for many of his patients 'I...
    Missouri duck boat: Federal charges dismissed in 2018 disaster that killed 17 Judge says Flynns pardon doesnt make him innocent, formally dismisses case This Map Shows Every State’s Favorite Unique Christmas Treat As trees are trimmed and lights are strung, kitchens around the country are filled with the smells of Christmas treats. But there’s a big difference between the states, as very different desserts are popular in different parts of the country. © Provided by Fatherly A new analysis of data from last December shows which holiday treats people in individual states are disproportionately searched for on Google. If one assumes that search engine traffic for holiday treats has some relationship with which holiday treats people prefer, it identifies the holiday treat that is disproportionately popular in each state. So while standard Christmas sugar cookies are probably the most popular treat in many states, they don’t appear on this map except for in one state simply because they are so broadly popular. What the map does show is just how varied the holiday treat landscape in the United States...
    Joe Burrow did not get the desired collective result at the end of his NFL debut. However, he did manage to showcase his skills in the narrow 13-16 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers last Sunday. Burrow completed 23 of his 36 attempted passes and threw for 193 yards against one interception. He almost carried the Bengals to a fourth-quarter comeback, but fell short in the dying stages of the game. The Iowa-born athlete seems focused on making a mark in the league this year. But he refuses to get carried away ahead of the upcoming Week Two clash against the Cleveland Browns. ALSO READ- “You Can’t Go Back to That Dark Place”- Mitchell Trubisky Revels in Game-Winning Start to Season Joe Burrow not getting carried away by Thursday’s prime-time slot against the Browns Joe Burrow on if there is any more juice playing in primetime: “No. The best quarterbacks treat every game the same.” — Paul Dehner Jr. (@pauldehnerjr) September 15, 2020 The Cincinnati Bengals star made his presence felt in the narrow loss to the Los Angeles Chargers on...
    Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, claimed a concoction of honeycombs and vinegar could treat a variety of maladies.  Folk medicine has used vinegars for centuries to remedy everything from warts to indigestion. Militaries throughout history, from Roman armies to Samurai warriors relied on vinegar to treat wounds and as a tonic to energize troops, and it’s so popular on the internet, it’s commonly referred to by its own hip acronym: ACV. But just what is apple cider vinegar, what are its amazing health claims, and why should you be using it every day? The History Vinegars of all kinds go very far back in human history. Babylonians used vinegar made from fermented dates for food and as a preservative, and traces of vinegar residue have been found on Egyptian urns. Recorded use of vinegar to treat ailments has been found in Chinese texts dating back to 1200 B.C. and of course, Hippocrates made his blend of ACV and honey famous. Vinegar is created by naturally fermenting fruit, vegetables, grains, or sugar into alcohol. The alcohol is then exposed to...
    Evictions nearly back to pre-pandemic levels in some U.S. areas: Cleveland Fed study 785 Michigan restaurants got $150K or more in federal loans. Only 1 listed as Black-owned Little Girl Joins Her Dogs Every Day To Get A Treat From The Neighbor Sometimes you just want to be part of the pack. And the fact that Ramona is a toddler and her brothers Zeus and Blue are dogs makes no difference.  The pups are happy to include her and are always gentle and relaxed around her. © Mike Whalley Ramona loves hanging out with them, though she hasn’t learned how to be gentle yet: “She loves her big puppies and is always trying to give them kisses,” Mike Whalley, Ramona’s dad, told The Dodo. “She also often finds them hilarious, frequently having giggle fits about something they're doing like chasing their tail or jumping around for toys or snacks.” So when Ramona realized that her brothers were getting treats each day from their neighbor — she had to be involved. © Mike Whalley “[Our] neighbor, Gary, originally shared...
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