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    NO ONE wants to feel uncomfortable in their own skin But it turns out most of us are suffering with the same insecurities when it comes to the way we look. 3Women worry about acne, wrinkles and stretch marks all the timeCredit: Getty The average woman has 84 bad skin days a year, and only feels fully comfortable with her appearance 35 per cent of the time. A poll of 2,000 UK females found almost half have anxieties about their skin – with the main concerns being wrinkles, facial hair and dark circles under the eyes. Acne, stretch marks and scars are also among women's biggest worries when it comes to their skin. Radha Parmar, a Skin Advisor at the acne treatment brand, Nuva, which commissioned the survey, said: "There are so many variations of skin conditions that women experience, and it’s not always easy to manage them. Of the many different skin conditions out there, 43 per cent have suffered from sunburn, 29 per cent have complained about acne and more than a third have experienced facial hair. “No...
    New York (CNN Business)America's economic recovery from the historic shock of the pandemic has been nothing short of extraordinary. However, consumers are feeling disparaged as they struggle with rising prices on everything from garden furniture and groceries to gas. Home prices have gone through the roof but with the Federal Reserve raising interest rates, floating-rate mortgages are getting more expensive, too.For the many American households who are already worrying about their finances in the year ahead, the recovery is complicated.The good: The labor market is almost back to normalThere are no two ways about it: America's job market is very strong right now.Read MoreAmerica added 431,000 jobs in March, bringing the unemployment rate to a new pandemic lowThe nation is only about 1% away from recouping all employment lost during the Covid pandemic. Between January and March, the US economy added a whopping 1.7 million jobs. Aside from a hiccup in December 2020, when rising infections weighed on job creation, American employers have added a robust number of positions every month since the recovery began in May 2020.That's remarkable and...
    “They should put him in a room and let us have a go at him," the 68-year-old said. "I think he deserves the death penalty. He will burn in hell.” Sorenson died as a result of the attack. “I can’t stop seeing Ginny dying in front of me in my head,” Millard said. “I know I’m not the only one who was affected like that. I can’t imagine us getting over this.” Two other Dancing Grannies — 71-year-old LeAnna Owen and 52-year-old Tamara Durand — were also killed during the parade. William Hospel, the 81-year-old husband of a Dancing Granny, was killed, as was 52-year-old Jane Kulich and 8-year-old Jackson Sparks. Crystal Ruloff, another bystander, said that she'll never forget the terror that unfolded that fateful day. “It was absolutely horrible,” Ruloff said. “There were bodies everywhere. I felt like I was watching something on TV and it wasn’t real. This kind of thing doesn’t happen in Waukesha.”Angry outcryWaukesha resident and State Rep. Cindi Duchow (R) told the outlet that there are children injured so grievously...
    JONAH Hill has asked fans to stop commenting on his body. The 37-year-old actor, whose weight has fluctuated throughout the years and with his varied movie roles, took to Instagram to share the message on Wednesday. 5Jonah Hill asked fans to stop commenting on his bodyCredit: Instagram / Jonah Hill 5The 37-year-old has gained and lost weight multiple times throughout his careerCredit: Instagram / Jonah Hill The War Dogs star is currently looking slimmed down, thanks in part to his love of surfing. Addressing comments about his body, he wrote on Instagram: "I know you mean well but I kindly ask that you not comment on my body good or bad I want to politely let you know it’s not helpful and doesn’t feel good. Much respect." 'INSECURITIES' In February Jonah slammed the Daily Mail and accused the outlet of trying to body-shame him after publishing photos of the actor shirtless after surfing. He wrote: "I don't think I ever took my shirt off in a pool until I was in my mid 30s even in front of family and...
    A MUM has confessed she wants to change her daughter's name - because when she looks at her it doesn't suit her. The woman, writing on Mumsnet, revealed she didn't think girl's name which is Lyla Rose was right. 2The mum has revealed she wants to change her child's nameCredit: Getty - Contributor And she added she rushed into naming her, now wanting to give her a more traditional name. She said: "Since she was about 6 weeks old (just after we registered the birth) I have had a little regret about her name. "I always had a shortlist of Olivia, Lyla, Emilia or Millie. "We decided to go with Lyla Rose. I love her name, therefore have tried to just get on with it, however I really feel as though I have her the wrong name and I feel like a terrible parent for it. "For some reason one of the other names just seems to suit her so much more so when I look at her I just see her as xxxxx. "I have...
    Police work on the scene outside a King Soopers grocery store where a shooting took place Monday, March 22, 2021, in Boulder, Colo AP Photo/David Zalubowski A man who witnessed Monday's supermarket shooting said he saw "terrified faces" running toward him.  Ryan Borowski told CNN that customers and employees helped each other escape from the back of the store. Multiple people were killed in the incident, including one police officer. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A man who was inside the Boulder grocery store when a gunman opened fire Monday said employees and customers helped each other escape out of the back of the store. Ryan Borowski, a witness to the shooting in a King Soopers supermarket that left multiple people dead, including one police officer, told CNN's Erin Burnett he heard two loud bangs then started running when he heard a third. "We knew by the third to run, or at least everybody near me did," Borowski told the network during an interview outside the supermarket on Monday afternoon.  —OutFrontCNN (@OutFrontCNN) March 22, 2021  Borowski said...
    Paramount Plus is maybe one of the best streaming services for people in their 20s, 30s, and 40s who are looking to get nostalgic about the television of their youth. Outside of that, Paramount Plus is a bit of a head-scratcher. There certainly seems to be a bunch to choose from, but with missing seasons, incomplete film collections, and no immediate “must watch” TV or movie options, the question is still why would anyone sign up for this right now? The good thing is that Paramount Plus’ positives are hard to deny, but most of those positives fall on the TV side. As someone in their late 20s who grew up on a hearty breakfast of Nickelodeon shows, MTV reality series, and crime procedurals, Paramount Plus has everything I would have wanted a decade ago. Last night, I watched a bit of All That before starting up Jersey Shore again and ended the night with some Criminal Minds. A total blast! Whereas CBS All Access was restrained in its offerings, Paramount Plus takes full...
    A new documentary film exploring the lives of four transgender Americans living in the so-called “red states” debuted the very same day the Equality Act passed the House, the day the first-ever transgender nominee faced a Senate confirmation hearing, and on the same day this year’s Conservative Political Action Conference got underway. How fitting that CPAC will be the scene of former President Donald Trump’s first public speech since flying off to Mar-a-Lago last month, and that he will be greeted by a golden statue of himself. It’s almost as if, for conservatives, nothing has changed. That’s also true for trans Americans in the Republican-controlled regions of North Carolina, Texas, Mississippi, and Idaho, where anti-trans legislation is flourishing or in the works: nothing has changed.READ THIS LIST Covid-19 Cheat Sheet Politics Entertainment Media Royalist World Half Full U.S. News Scouted Travel Beast Inside Crossword Newsletters Podcasts About Contact Tips Jobs Advertise Help Privacy Code of Ethics & Standards Diversity Terms & Conditions Copyright & Trademark Sitemap Coupons © 2021 The Daily Beast Company LLC
    WHEN it comes to cleaning, most of us will have ditched traditional gender roles, insisting that our blokes chip in with the housework. However, for Charlotte Clarke it’s more trouble than it’s worth. 6Charlotte Clarke is responsible for all of the housework in her houseCredit: Charlotte Clarke/ Medavia Since moving in with partner of two years Steve Lewis, both 28, Charlotte has found herself taking on the brunt of the cooking, cleaning, laundry, ironing as her ‘dirt blind’ partner watches on. In fact Steve’s only jobs are to take the bins out and the washing up, well, stacking the dishwasher. But Charlotte, from Torquay, Devon, had no idea about her man’s slovenly ways until after they moved in to their first home together in March last year. Speaking exclusively to Fabulous Digital, Charlotte said: “Because we were saving to buy the house, I was living with my nan and Steve was living with his mum. 6Charlotte moved in with boyfriend Steve in March last yearCredit: Charlotte Clarke/ Medavia 6Charlotte describes her lovable lad as "dirt blind"Credit: Charlotte Clarke/ Medavia “While...
    Lizzo got emotional during a candid TikTok video on Wednesday where she admitted that she is having 'negative thoughts' about herself. The Good As Hell hitmaker, 32, said that she knows that she is 'beautiful' but she just doesn't 'feel it'. Lizzo also emotionally admitted that she is 'hating' her body and even asking herself heartbreaking questions such as: 'What's wrong with me?' She added: 'My body is changing but I'm gonna keep appreciating it from every angle.' The singer has been very open about her love for her body, and has been vocal about her support for the body positivity movement as a whole. In an interview with Glamour, the Juice singer noted that her self-confidence was not something that was hard to maintain, and opined that she was trying to change the public perception regarding her own views on her body. 'I don't like it when people think it's hard for me to see myself as beautiful...I don't like it when people are shocked that I'm doing it.'   She also stated that the rise of social media has made it possible...
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