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    Two Australian women have revealed the reality of living with eczema and say the painful skin condition is not only expensive to treat but impacts every aspect of their lives. Jess Peters, 30, from Tasmania and Alana Green, 21, from Sydney spoke to FEMAIL about the condition which leaves them in so much pain that simple tasks such as having a shower seem impossible.  'Well meaning people never understand - they say it is just a rash, but it is so much more than that,' Jess, who experiences severe flare-ups when she's stressed, revealed.  Jess Peters, pictured, suffers from painful flareup of her eczema during stressful periods - she is currently 14-months into a flareup which started when she had a baby Jess, left, suffers from flare ups which are triggered by stressful periods. Alana, right, has had eczema her whole life but it became much worse when she hit puberty Alana, pictured with boyfriend, says she is still anxious to wear shorts in public because of her skin and the constant questions and opinions fired at her Alana, who has...
    BOULDER COUNTY, Colo. (CBS4) – The open space behind Paula Tobiason’s home has always been part of the beauty of where she and her husband live. (credit: CBS) “There’s a lot of beautiful open space here but the open space is really dry right now so you’re just kind of waiting,” she said. The waiting ended Tuesday. “Probably within 10 or 15 minutes it just grew into flames and started coming right at us,” Tobiason said. The Tally Ho Fire, as it’s now being called, burned right up to their backyard. It was one of four large grass fires Boulder County first responders responded to in one week. “We are really sensitive to making sure we are on top of the fires, coming up especially on Red Flag days,” Commander Vinny Montez with the Boulder County Sheriff’s Office said. (credit: CBS) According to their office, the Table Mountain Fire on Wednesday was human-caused when researchers crashed a drone. The three of them involved are not facing charges. A fire near NCAR late last month was also found to...
    A WOMAN has been left battling crippling illnesses because of a mould infestation — that was so bad the fungus was growing in her ear.  Caroline Bowman, was planning a fresh start when she moved into her new rental home in Sydney, Australia, but within a few weeks she began developing a nasty illness.  4Caroline Bowman said mould left her with a crippling health problemsCredit: Caroline Brown/9news 4The mould started breaking out withing weeks of her moving inCredit: Caroline Brown/9news When the fit and health 33-year-old viewed the three-bedroom property it had just been painted and had a fresh carpet.  But soon after moving in she fell mysteriously ill and has been battling multiple chronic illnesses ever since. Eventually, she was diagnosed with painful breathing problems thought to be brought on by exposure to mould which was increasingly plaguing her home. She told 9news.com.au: "Soon, the whole ceiling was covered in mould, it was horrible. "At one point I was cleaning the wall and I noticed it was a bit wobbly when I wiped it. I poked it and it...
    DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Police reports, civil lawsuits, and other court records dating back to 2016 reveal investigators suspect alleged serial killer Billy Chemirmir committed at least 24 murders throughout Dallas and Collin counties. Together they paint a picture of man who targeting one senior living community at a time, moving to the next whenever it seemed he might get caught. READ MORE: 'He Deserved Better Than This': North Texas Cemetery Where Mostly Black Veterans Are Buried Remains In DisrepairPolice began to piece together the story on March 19, 2018, after firefighters revived 91-year-old Mary Bartel. According to a police report, Bartel told them a stranger forced his way in, grabbed a couch pillow, and smothered her until she blacked out. Then, he walked out with her jewelry. Just one day earlier and one door over, Mary’s next-door neighbor, Ann Conklin, had died. Ann Conklin (Dallas County Court Records) Plano Police suddenly started taking a closer look and discovered a pattern of deaths in their Preston Place senior living community. There were seven within a 6-month period in that...
    WORLD'S fattest man Paul Mason rollercoaster journey with his weight will be shown in a new ITV documentary TONIGHT (November 3). Paul took an overdose in lockdown after gaining an extra 20 pounds and has a history of depression caused from childhood abuse. Who is he and what's his story? You may ask, here’s everything you need to know. 2World's fattest man Paul Mason Who is the 'world's fattest man' Paul Mason?  Paul Jonathan Mason born 1960 in Ipswich, England. He is known for being one of the world's former heaviest men, weighing in at 444.5kg at his peak. He is the heaviest recorded person from the United Kingdom. Paul began binge eating in his 20’s as a form of emotional detatchment from issues that started in his childhood such as child abuse. After numerous attempts of getting his weight back on track, he recently revealed that he gained an extra 20 pounds during the lockdown. 2It took Paul Mason 10 years before he got granted gastric bypass surgeryCredit: Rex Features When did he have gastric band surgery?  Mason applied...
    JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Jacksonville Jaguars defensive lineman Dawuane Smoot is known for his hustle on the field, but he was just as quick to jump into action in his living room when his wife went into labor several weeks early.The 26-year-old NFL player told "Good Morning America" he experienced the "scariest moment" of his life Tuesday when his wife Aumari started experiencing contractions."This contraction hits so hard. I'm falling to the ground. My body is telling me to push -- I can feel it. And so I started to push," Aumari Smoot said.They were about to leave their Florida home for the hospital around 4 a.m. ET but didn't have time to spare."I catch Aumari and hold her up and also catch the baby at the same time. That was everything going through my mind: make sure everybody's OK," Dawuane said."[She] just took a big, big breath and she started crying. [I'm like], "OK, that's great. We're good," he added. The Real Hero Mom-of- the Year @AumariShatwan Thank you for give birth to our beautiful Daughter in 1 hour!!! #strongwoman...
    LAKEWOOD, Colo. (CBS4) – A house caught fire in Lakewood at daybreak on Wednesday morning and put up a lot of smoke. One person was taken to the hospital. (credit: CBS) The house is located at 1847 South Yank Place. Firefighters had the fire out by 7:30 a.m. The cause of the fire is under investigation. West Metro Fire said in a tweet that it started in the living room. Our crews on scene this morning at a house fire in the 1800 block of South Yank Place. Fire started in living room, one person injured and transported to hospital. Fire is out, crews beginning overhaul. Cause under investigation. pic.twitter.com/ctBQE73Cuw — WestMetroFire (@WestMetroFire) October 20, 2021
    LOCKDOWN meant that many people were flocking to their local parks to meet friends for socially distanced get-togethers. Fortunately we had a good summer that meant spending time outside in parks was possible.  3Lucy created her wine bottle business during lockdown with £3k of savingsCredit: TikTok/@partnerinwineuk Picnics aplenty, many of us found ourselves tucking into sausage rolls and bottles of wine. However, 28-year-old wine-enthusiast Lucy Hitchcock was not at all pleased with the hot weather, when she found it would leave her beloved bottle of wine warm. That’s when Partner in Wine was born - when Lucy was on her way to have a socially distanced drink in the park with her best friend Maddie. She explained on her TikTok account: “Last year when the pandemic hit and the pubs closed, I decided to start a problem I was having. “Like many people, I headed to the park to have socially distanced drinks with my friends, but I couldn’t keep my rosé cool or find anything to hold a whole bottle of wine.  “A self-proclaimed wine enthusiast, I was simply...
    IT isn't uncommon for belongings to be misplaced in the home but one woman has revealed that this was a telltale sign a man was secretly living in her apartment. An American woman recently shared that when she was 20, she moved to a farming town to be closer to her family and could often hear footsteps above her, even though she was on the top floor. 2A woman has revealed how she found out she had a secret housemateCredit: Getty Eventually, things began to escalate, as the woman started noticing her belongings going missing. "I would buy a six-pack of soda, drink one, come home from work and find only four left. It was the same with packets of soup and ramen noodles. I also noticed that doors I had left open were closed, or vice versa," she told the Guardian. The woman explained that for the most part she found it amusing and assumed it was her brother, who had a key, simply pranking her. FABULOUS BINGO: GET A £5 FREE BONUS WITH NO DEPOSIT REQUIRED Things got...
    DEAR ABBY: My son and his wife have been living with us for 2½ years so they can save for a house. Jeanne Phillips  Recently, my best friend told me that a mutual acquaintance spotted a picture of my son and his wife on a swinger website. At first I discounted it. Then I started noticing they were going out every Friday and Saturday night. My daughter-in-law was usually dressed provocatively, and they wouldn’t get home until around 5 or 5:30 a.m. My husband and I are both Christians. Neither of us feel comfortable about the situation. What do you recommend we do? INCREDULOUS IN TEXAS Related Articles Dear Abby: My husband found out who called the cops, and things have gotten ugly Dear Abby: I won’t marry him because of what his mom did to me 10 years ago Dear Abby: I’m a blunt person, and what I have to say might hurt this woman’s feelings Dear Abby: How do we find out which of the men is the wife? ...
    Luke Thill started building a tiny house at 11 years old. Luke Thill When Luke Thill was 11, he started building a tiny house in his parent's backyard. By 13, he finished the 89-square-foot house, which has a kitchen, living room area, and loft. Now 17, he has built two tiny spaces — including a 36-square-foot camper — and plans to make more. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. At 13, Luke Thill became a homeowner. The middle schooler had completed building an 89-square-foot tiny home in the backyard of his parent's home in Dubuque, Iowa. He spent a year and a half on the project, starting at the age of 11 with a budget of $1,500, which he had earned doing neighborhood tasks. That was just the beginning of Luke's tiny journey. Now 17, Luke has another tiny space under his belt — a teardrop camper he built with his brother, Cole Thill — and told Insider he plans to make tiny living part of his lifestyle. "It was a big experience," Luke told Insider on building...
    From MarketWatch: We still know frustratingly little about Alzheimer’s disease, but there are ways to minimize your risk: Acclaimed singer Tony Bennett announced he was battling Alzheimer’s, a disease that has puzzled health officials for decades. Want to age at home instead of a nursing home? Read this first: COVID-19 has changed the way some Americans view nursing homes and assisted living facilities, but no matter what you do -- plan ahead for the expenses. Retirement Tip of the Week: Why you shouldn’t get sucked into the GameStop drama: The market saw quite the activity last month with Reddit users rallying for GameStop and similar stocks, but that doesn’t mean you should involve your retirement savings. Also on MarketWatch: 37 states don’t tax your Social Security benefits -- make that 38 in 2022 How to retire rich without a budget ‘I come from hardscrabble folks’: How this 47-year-old saved $700,000 Baby boomers are struggling in their 60s 6 tips for older workers who want to get a new job this year ...
    Drama on the Dakar. At dawn from Thursday to Friday, the pilot died Pierre Cherpin in the course of his transfer from Jeddah to Lille. The 52-year-old Frenchman died of injuries sustained after a crash in the seventh stage of the world’s most important motor event. Cherpin He was found unconscious after a severe fall in the seventh stage of the Dakar and was immediately transferred to a medical center where he underwent emergency surgery after being diagnosed with a severe head injury with loss of consciousness. His condition had been stable for two days but he eventually went into complications and nothing could be done to save his life as he was being airlifted from Jeddah to France. As reported by Dakar In a statement, the French rider started the test in 2009, when the Dakar first arrived in South America. He did it in the category of “Malle-moto” and returned in 2012, in the same category. Both times the test ended. In 2015 he started again, but was forced to leave due to an engine failure. Six years...
    WEST ORANGE, N.J. (CBSNewYork) — A dog has been stranded at a New Jersey animal shelter for nearly a year, so the town is turning to social media to help find her a home. “Girl Friday” is the canine creating buzz on Facebook. West Orange animal lovers can’t bear to watch her long for a forever home any longer. Girl Friday’s story with West Orange Animal Control started in March 2020 when she was picked up as a stray. (Credit: CBS2) Comments read, “This is heartbreaking how can we help?”, “This poor girl is still looking for a home,” and “free training for anyone who adopts.” West Orange resident Fred Zorn is an animal trainer. “Every single dog deserves our respect and our kindness, no matter there they are,” he told CBS2’s Vanessa Murdock. He and his wife, Sarah, are thrilled to watch news of Girl Friday spread. “I think it’s just a matter of people have been unaware of this dog for far too long,” Sarah Zorn said. RELATED STORY: Is Your Dog Happy? AI-Powered Dog Collar ‘Translates’ Barks...
    CHELSEA keeper Edouard Mendy revealed he nearly quit football when he was on the dole. The Blues stopper's partner was pregnant with their child when the Senegal international considered hanging up the gloves. 3Chelsea keeper Edouard Mendy revealed he nearly quit football when he was unemployed and his girlfriend was pregnantCredit: PA:Press Association Having started his career at French minnows Cherbourg in 2011, Mendy spent three season there before taking a year off when his contract expired to 'contemplate his future'. And it was during this down time - before eventually signing for Marseille in 2015 - the 28-year-old thought about jacking in football for good. Chelsea landed the 6ft 6in star for £22million from Rennes this summer, but Mendy - cousin of Real Madrid star Ferland Mendy - says things could have been so much different. CHELSEA NEWS LIVE: Click here for the latest Blues news Describing his period of unemployment, he said: "Back then when I got the message from my agent at the time I started to go back to the club I trained in...
    A California woman who studied jujitsu for nearly three decades stopped and fought a home intruder who attacked her 81-year-old neighbor this week, authorities said. It's been more than a decade since Lorenza Marrujo properly trained in martial arts, but on Monday the 67-year-old proved she's still a force to be reckoned with. Marrujo, who told San Bernardino Sun she preferred to be called 'Lady Ninja' and enjoyed training to 'Eye of the Tiger,' claimed she would have subdued the suspect sooner had she been prepared. 'I’m getting rusty in places,' Marrujo, a black belt, said. 'I would have done more damage to him.' Lorenza Murrajo (pictured) said she used a neon-yellow baseball bat when Donald Robert Prestwood reportedly broke into her apartment on Monday Marrujo (pictured), 67, trained in jujitsu for 26 years and enjoyed working out to 'Eye of the Tiger' from the Rocky franchise  Authorities said that Marrujo initialy encountered the suspect, Donald Robert Prestwood, 59, when he broke into her third-floor apartment at a complex for seniors in Fontana.    Marrujo told San Bernardino Sun that she grabbed...
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