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    It is, without doubt, a story of hope. Diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease at just 54, Phil Gutis was facing a bleak prognosis that will be all too familiar to many – the whittling away of memories, the loss of speech then movement, and ultimately an early death. But enrolled on a clinical trial for a new dementia drug and something almost inconceivable occurred – ‘The fog began to lift,’ says the retired journalist. Despite the fact that dementia is universally accepted to be incurable and always progressive, the treatment – a monthly injection of the medication aducanumab – has not simply slowed Phil’s illness, or held it at bay, as was initially hoped. Six years after his initial diagnosis, the former New York Times reporter seems to be getting better. Phil now ‘performs well’ in memory tests, and his doctors say he barely seems to have dementia at all. While he had been forced to give up writing, he is now no longer lost for words and has taken up part-time work transcribing court reports for local journalists. He’d given up...
    JUST because you live in a council house, or rented accommodation, doesn’t mean you can’t do anything to it. Recently, we’ve seen more and more people come forward, revealing their home transformations - many of whom live in council homes. 4One TikToker has shown off an impressive council home transformation, and the three things that council homes always haveCredit: tiktok/@iradecor3 4The home needed updating, particularly the kitchenCredit: tiktok/@iradecor3 And one woman, known on TikTok as ‘iradecor3’, from Leicester, has been showing off her council home transformation and we are very impressed. The TikTok account boasts a variety of home improvement videos, as the user shows off her kitchen and living room transformations. You would never know that this home is a council home, but according to the TikToker, there are three things that give it away. In a recent video that has racked up a whopping 1601.k views, the TikToker said: “If you live in a council house in the UK, you should relate.”  Read more home transfromationsDI-WOW I transformed my hideous conservatory using bargain buys from IkeaHOUSE THAT?! I...
    THE animal that you see first in this optical illusion appears to reveal your love language. Eagle-eyed viewers may be able to spot a horse, a dolphin, bird, crab, a bear, a puppy, and ducklings in the picture. 7Viewers that spotted the bird are generally more expressiveCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 7If you spotted the horse it means your love language is acts of serviceCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk 7If the dolphin jumped out at you first, it means your love language is physical touchCredit: Not known, clear with picture desk Author Dr. Gary Chapman revealed a person’s love language refers to the way they give and receive expressions of love. In his book The Five Love Languages: How to Express Heartfelt Commitment to Your Mate, Chapman said people speak at least one primary love language from these categories:  receiving gifts, quality time, words of affirmation, acts of service, and physical touch. If you see the bird in the illusion, it means you’re a type of person that’s expressive. Rebecca Stokes, of Your Tango, said: “This...
    DEPENDING on your hair style and texture it can be quite important to protect and nourish your hair while you sleep. However, deciding on a method to do this can sometimes be a difficult task. You need to consider your hair, and also what styles won’t fall apart as you toss and turn throughout the night. 4Stop sleeping with your hair in a bun, warns MoniqueCredit: TikTok/@moniquemrapier/ 4Maintain your curls by sleeping with a double twistCredit: TikTok/@moniquemrapier/ Posting to TikTok, hair expert Monique Rapier has shared her top methods for protecting your hair while asleep - and no the low bun isn’t one of these as this can actually leave your hair damaged and frizzy. The first protective style Monique suggests is a double twist tied with  a scrunchie. She adds that this is her favourite way to maintain curls, and unlike the bun this won’t make them go frizzy. The second method shared by the hair guru begins with brushing your hair and then oiling the end, then you just put your hair inside a fuzzy sock.  Monique says...
    A WOMAN who works at Wetherspoons has taken to TikTok to reveal just how she knows she's in for a rough shift. Flora shared a video of herself on the social media site, writing over the top: "Delivering 20 shots to a table of 4 and watching one of them gagging into a pint glass." 2Wetherspoons worker Flora on what makes her aware she's in for a rough night at workCredit: TikTok/@flora.21/ 2She jokingly did the sign of the cross as she lip synced along to Like a PrayerCredit: TikTok/@flora.21/ She then lip-synced along to Madonna singing "Heaven help me" from Like a Prayer as she did the sign of the cross. "We think you’ve had enough," she captioned her video. "I’m sorry but they are me, I can only apologise," one person commented on the clip. "I haven’t had enough, I just can’t do tequila," another added. Read more Real Life stories LOUNGE SECRETS I work as a hotel receptionist - what it's like behind the deskSMALL CHANGE Interior designers share genius ways to...
    FANS of the cleaning guru Mrs Hinch are going crazy over a cheap hack for removing stains out of carpets. Those with kids or a pair of clumsy hands are familiar with stubborn food stains that have ruined the carpet - but luckily, cleaning enthusiasts have revealed an effective solution that costs next to nothing. 2Fans of the cleaning sensation swore by using shaving foamCredit: Getty Mrs Hinch, whose real name is Sophie Hinchliffe, 32, has long been a fan favourite, with close to 4.5million followers on Instagram. The star rose to fame a few years ago with various home hacks and now her fans have even started dedicated cleaning pages on social media. In one such group, Mrs Hinch Cleaning tips and tricks on Facebook, a member sought advice after a spill threatened to leave a permanent mark on her carpet. ''Tips on getting pasta bake sauce out of my carpet? read more cleaning storiesFLY AWAY Mrs Hinch fans share 85p hack to keep clothes moths out of your wardrobeSqueaky Clean The 12 best shower cleaners to get rid of limescale “My...
    WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — A judge in Fiji is due to rule Tuesday on whether U.S. authorities can seize the luxurious superyacht Amadea — worth some $325 million — which has been stopped from leaving the South Pacific nation because of its links to Russia. But a vital question remains over which oligarch really owns the Amadea. Only one of the two possible candidates faces sanctions. Is the real owner Suleiman Kerimov? That’s what the U.S. claims. Kerimov, an economist and former Russian politician, was sanctioned by the U.S. in 2018 for alleged money laundering and has faced further sanctions from Canada, Europe and Britain after Russia invaded Ukraine. Kerimov made a fortune investing in Russian gold producer Polyus, with Forbes magazine putting his net worth at $14.5 billion. Or is the real owner Eduard Khudainatov? That’s what defense lawyers claim. Khudainatov is the former chairman and chief executive of Rosneft, the state-controlled Russian oil and gas company. Crucially, Khudainatov currently does not appear to face any sanctions, unlike many oligarchs and people with close ties to Russian President...
    ANDROID users are being warned over a flaw in their devices that could let hackers listen in on your call from the first time you turn it on. Threat actors could target Android devices that are running on Qualcomm and MediaTek chipsets – who are two of the largest chip providers in the world. 1Hackers could listen in on your phone calls due to a flaw in Android devicesCredit: Getty Security experts at Check Point Research said two thirds of all smartphones sold in 2021 were vulnerable to the flaw. This is due to both of these chipsets possessing a compromised Apple Lossless Audio Codec (ALAC) code in their audio decoders. ALAC is an audio coding format for audio compression that was originally open-sourced by Apple in 2011. The company responsible releases updates and security fixes for the software, however not every vendor that uses the software reportedly applies this. Read more on AndroidCALL IT A DAY Google bans apps that might be making you BREAK the law on BILLIONS of phonesTRACK RECORD Google warning: Free phone trick exposes the...
    Condé Nast will halt the distribution of Vogue Russia and its other publications in the country in opposition to a 'rise in censorship' and the Kremlin's invasion of Ukraine, which the company's Chief Executive characterized as 'senseless.' At least 90% of Condé Nast's employees will be laid off as a result of the decision. The iconic fashion brand long headed by Anna Wintour permanently terminated its franchise agreement with Condé Nast Russia on March 8, halting the printing of Vogue, GQ, GQ Style, Tatler, Glamour, Glamour Style Book and Architectural Digest - which combined reach more than 21 million readers in the country, the company said. Vogue Russia, which had 800,000 subscribers and was the most-read high-end fashion publication in the country, announced its suspension 'until further notice' to its one million Twitter followers, writing that they 'believe that this is not a farewell letter, but only a short pause, after which we will return to you.' But a letter emailed to the company's global staff on April 20 by Chief Executive Roger Lynch did not specify whether publication would...
    A divorce lawyer has claimed that marriages in which women make more money than their husbands 'don't work' because men 'need to feel valued' and it 'upsets the natural balance' of the relationship.  Katie K. Leonard, 39, from Atlanta, Georgia, has worked in family law for over a decade, and in a recent TikTok video, she shared three reasons why she thinks marriages with high-earning women tend to fail.  'Men need to feel valued, and I think that when women earn more than men, it has a tendency to emasculate men,' she said. 'I think that they are ingrained within the society to think, "I have to earn. I have to provide." Katie K. Leonard, 39, from Atlanta, Georgia, shared three reasons why she thinks marriages with high-earning women tend to fail in a recent TikTok video She argued that 'men need to feel valued' and when a woman earns more, 'it has a tendency to emasculate men' because 'they're supposed to provide' 'Men are hunters and gatherers, and they're supposed to provide, and I think that it kind of upsets...
    OPTICAL illusions have kept us on our toes for centuries. They can be fun and frustrating, depending on how long you stare at them. 1Did you see a rabbit or a duck first?Credit: Shutterstock But this rabbit-duck illusion has been fooling viewers for years. What you see first can actually reveal a lot about your personality. Psychologist Richard Wiseman did a controlled test to find out how what we see in the picture links to our personality traits. He found that people who can see both the the rabbit and the duck were more creative. Read more on optical illusionsLOOK OF LOVE What you see first in this optical illusion tells a lot about how you love However if you are unable to flick between the two images with ease it says something very different about you. If you can only see one animal and can't easily switch between the two, you're probably more logical. You might be able to see both if you tilt your head, or move the paper, but you're still not as naturally creative as the...
    Meghan Markle is now trying to trademark the historic word ‘archetypes’ after announcing that her first series of podcasts for audio streaming giant Spotify would be called Archetypes. The Duchess of Sussex made the application at the United States Patent and Trademark Office last month which covers the use of ‘archetypes’, a word which derives from ancient Greek and first entered into English usage around the 1540s. The dizzying list of goods and services involved are ‘in the fields of cultural treatment of women and stereotypes facing women’. They include everything from podcasts, television programmes, DVDs, CDs and entertainment services distributed through satellite and cable TV, global computer networks, the internet, wireless devices, mobile applications, set-top boxes, webcasts and streaming media. The application was made by Archewell Audio, one of a complex web of 11 companies established by Harry and Meghan and based in the opaque tax haven of Delaware. It would mean they own the trademark rather than Spotify, which paid them a rumoured £18million in 2020. The Duchess of Sussex made the application at the United States Patent and Trademark...
    MANY coffee drinkers don't feel fully human until they've had their first cup of the day. One particular kitchen pest needs coffee almost much as humans do – or so it would seem, based on how often a coffeemaker is the home of their infestations. 4Cleaning your coffeemaker, often and thoroughly, prevents pestsCredit: Getty 4Cockroaches are especially fond of coffeemakers and espresso machinesCredit: Getty According to the experts at The Kitchn, coffee machines present the perfect living conditions for cockroaches. Percolators, espresso machines, and one-cup Keurigs have hot, damp, dark crevices that roaches thrive in. The small spaces are the perfect spot for a cockroach to tuck itself away after a futile chase with a can of roach spray. Appliances with a reservoir provide much-needed water for the creepy crawlers. READ MORE ABOUT CLEANING KITCHENSKEEP IT CLEAN I’m a cleaning expert – how you should be cleaning your kitchen spongeKITCH IDEA Mum reveals the hidden dirt in your kitchen sink - and the easy way to clean it If your kitchen is untidy, roaches are even more...
    A MIND-BOGGLING optical illusion has left viewers scratching their heads trying to figure out how it works. The confusing visual was posted on social media site Reddit by a username who posts under "IranianGenius". 2The way this chair is facing will be different to what you thought It shows a black chair in the middle of a white room in what seems pretty straightforward so far. Reality then starts to warp as a man comes in from out of shot and sits on the chair - but from a completely different angle to which you thought it was facing. Don't believe us? Check it out for yourself. The chairs were created by French design studio Ibride, according to Dezeen. Read More in FabulousFLYING THE FLAG Kate wows in blue dress as she & Wills meet Bahamas PM on Caribbean tourNAME GAME Like Kylie I changed my son’s name at almost one – I'm trolled but I don’t care An explanation for the illusion shows that the chairs were intentionally designed to appear warped and uneven. However, when seen from a...
    Chasten Buttigieg, U.S. Secretary of Transportation Pete Buttigieg’s husband, reportedly led children in a pledge of allegiance to the gay pride LGBT flag, during an unearthed video from 2019. Buttigieg had the young children recite the following pledge: I pledge my heart to the rainbow of the not so typical gay camp, to the gay agenda for which it stands. One camp, full of pride, indivisible, with affirmation and equal rights for all. Chasten visiting Pride Camp with Iowa Safe Schools and reciting the Pride Camp Pledge.I love this so much. Watch and pledge along at home ????????#PeteButtigieg #TeamPete #ChastenButtigieg pic.twitter.com/U8AfUgRfS1 — Teen for Chasten???? (@teenforchasten) January 11, 2020 Buttigieg ended the pledge by waving the rainbow flag across the children’s view. The video is reportedly from a Democrat presidential primary campaign stop during Pete Buttigieg’s unsuccessful 2020 candidacy. A video recently went viral on Twitter that reportedly shows Buttigieg leading the gay pride pledge during a clip from Mayor Pete, a 2021 Amazon Prime documentary that highlights Pete Buttigieg’s failed 2020 presidential campaign. The video shows Buttigieg wearing a shirt that reads “not your...
    Samsung has mocked Apple's newly-unveiled green smartphones by suggesting they are a very similar shade to its own Galaxy S22 Ultra. Earlier this week Apple announced that its iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro would be available for pre-order in the new green colour from tomorrow (Friday). But the South Korean tech giant appeared to hint that its Silicon Valley competitor had taken inspiration from its own products, tweeting: 'Ultra? Green? We're feeling sincerely flattered today.' The Ultra reference is also linked to Apple's unveiling of the M1 Ultra, the most powerful silicon chip the company has ever made. Samsung has mocked Apple's newly-unveiled green smartphones by suggesting they are a very similar shade to its own Galaxy S22 Ultra Earlier this week Apple announced that its iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro would be available for pre-order in the new green colour from tomorrow (Friday) But the South Korean tech giant appeared to hint that its Silicon Valley competitor had taken inspiration from its own products, including the Galaxy S22 Ultra (pictured) Samsung's largest smartphones are known as 'Ultra', the equivalent...
    A vegan restaurant is Washington, D.C. is going viral for its delightful dessert descriptions, which don't actually say anything about the recipes' contents but rather give the owner's honest opinion on each dish. BDG’s Ghicken Vegan, in northeast D.C.'s Edgewood neighborhood, doesn't have any social media pages of its own, but it's currently earning quite a bit of attention on Twitter. There, a screenshot from a delivery app is making the rounds, showing the restaurants unusual descriptions for each of its dessert offerings — which range from enthusiastic to lukewarm. A vegan restaurant is Washington, D.C. called BDG’s Ghicken Vegan is going viral for its delightful dessert descriptions (stock image)  The descriptions don't actually detail anything about the cakes, but give the owner's opinions on each one Interestingly enough, the restaurant's entrees and sides were not given descriptions at all — but the ones for the desserts are quite funny. Presumably written by the owner, each one gives a single person's opinion on the various cakes that are available to order. For vegan strawberry orange cake, the description reads simply 'Uh...
    Concerns about the effect sugar can have on weight and teeth has fuelled demand for products made with calorie-free, chemical-based artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame, acesulfame K, saccharin, sorbitol, sucralose and xylitol. These products, seen as a marker for healthy living, are found in everything from soft drinks and ready meals to cakes and toothpaste, and Britons spend an estimated £68 million a year on them. But while there’s little doubt they reduce the risk of dental decay, there are questions about how healthy they are as a slimming aid — with suggestions they may actually make our cravings for sweet and fattening foods even worse. Concerns about the effect sugar can have on weight and teeth has fuelled demand for products made with calorie-free, chemical-based artificial sweeteners, such as aspartame, acesulfame K, saccharin, sorbitol, sucralose and xylitol Several studies in recent years have found that regular consumption of sweetener-based foods and drinks can make it harder, not easier, for some people to lose weight because of the way the chemicals interact with the brain. Now scientists think they know why....
    (CBS4) — The U.S. Bureau of Land Management is floating the sale of two parcels of land to a gravel pit business which the agency took to court eight years ago for trespassing on the property. A federal court in Denver issued a $255,000 fine against Currier Gravel Pit, Inc. in 2013 as part of BLM’s settlement with the company. However, the federal agency announced earlier this month a proposed sale of nearly 50 acres of the land to the company in an effort to resolve the longstanding legal issues. “The BLM has been working closely with the owner of Currier Gravel Pit to settle this issue,” Grand Junction Field Manager Greg Wolfgang stated in a BLM press release. “Because these isolated parcels of public land are difficult for the BLM to manage effectively, and the trespass was inadvertent and unintentional, direct sale was determined to be a viable option for resolving the unauthorized construction of a reservoir and gravel pit.” The two parcels in red are being considered for sale. BLM property is shaded yellow. Currier Gravel is currently...
    THEY range in price from around £1.50 to a staggering £65 a bottle. But one woman claims to have found the best setting spray she's ever used - and it's completely FREE. 4Tanya took to TikTok to share a video of herself after using water as make-up setting sprayCredit: Tiktok/@tanyaleechy 4She did her base before spraying on the water from an old bottleCredit: Tiktok/@tanyaleechy Tanya took to TikTok to share a video of her make-up routine, which she concluded by spraying her face with plain old tap water. "Setting my make-up with JUST water," she wrote at the beginning of the video. She then showed herself before work, during work - at which point she added that there was hardly any residual make-up on her mask - and "six hours later with a mask on the whole time". And the hack is even more impressive considering that Tanya works as a waitress in a busy sushi restaurant. "Game changer!" she captioned the video. Viewers were quick to praise Tanya for the make-up hack, with...