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    CHARGES for NHS prescriptions are to be frozen for the first time 12 years to 'put money back in people's pockets'. At present, Brits have to pay £9.35 for a single prescription for their medication. 1NHS prescription charges in England are to be frozen in the latest move by ministers to ease the cost-of-living crisisCredit: PA The Department of Health said that charges would usually rise with inflation. But the cost of living crisis currently facing millions has pushed the Conservatives to leave rates unchanged. Health Secretary Sajid Javid said: "The rise in the cost of living has been unavoidable as we face global challenges and the repercussions of Putin's illegal war in Ukraine. "Whilst we can't completely prevent these rises, where we can help we absolutely will. Read more on the NHS 'BLAME' GAME NHS blame culture stops deaths being prevented, says former Health SecretaryBIG C TEST SHAMBLES More than a quarter of Brits wait over a month for cancer test results "This is why I am freezing prescription charges to help ease some of these pressures and put money...
    Many of us like the idea of creating safe places for wildlife to live, and with patience and persistence, our gardens can become those places. With a combination of adding a few elements here and there, and leaving a few elements here and there, we can provide habitat for all sorts of creatures. Source: Wild Your Garden with Joel Ashton/Youtube Animals, like humans, have a few needs that must be met. Unfortunately, urban and suburban development has decimated the spots where these basic requirements—food, water, shelter—were once abundant. Wild animals have been consistently pushed further and further afield, crowded into new spaces while being crowded out of others. Being publicly-funded gives us a greater chance to continue providing you with high-quality content.Click here to Support Us For those of us who want to help, one thing we can do is go out of our way to provide some of the basics in our yards and gardens, sharing as best we can with the wildlife that is native to where we live. It’s not so difficult. Leave It First...
    By Mohammad Zakir Alaw and Brahim Mousaid 05/14/2022 at 8:34 pm. © Copyright: Brahim Moussaid / Le360 Outgoing Deputy M’jid El Guerrab announced this Saturday, May 14, 2022, in Casablanca that he would not stand in the 9th Assembly elections of the French people living abroad, uniting the Maghreb and West African countries. . “I have decided to withdraw from the race so that this seat can be in the hands of a majority of the president,” Franco-Morocco promised at a news conference. Against a socialist leader (including 3 years imprisonment, 1 year imprisonment and 2 years disqualification). In a press release issued in Paris last Friday, M’jid El Guerrab announced his decision to appeal. In front of the media this Saturday, the outgoing deputy minister felt that the timing of the announcement of the verdict was not appropriate at the start of the campaign for the assembly elections. “If I run my candidacy under the label of independents, I will step down for another important reason that will prevent Elizabeth Moreno’s candidacy, which was invested by a majority of...
    An actress who starred on Friends and Seinfeld has revealed she was routinely raped and trafficked while she was living on the streets as a teen - after fleeing foster care where she witnessed 'violence and drug use' on a regular basis. Angela Featherstone, 57, is speaking out about her traumatic childhood.  The star, who is most known for playing Chloe in Friends and the maid in Seinfeld, has opened up about the years of 'physical, emotional, and sexual abuse' that she faced when she was young. Featherstone - who hails from Nova Scotia, Canada - lived with her 'neglectful' parents until the age of 16. An actress who starred on Friends and Seinfeld has revealed she was routinely raped and trafficked while she was living on the streets as a teen. She is pictured in Seinfeld Angela Featherstone (pictured in 2012), now 57, who is most known for playing Chloe in Friends and the maid in Seinfeld, is speaking out about her traumatic childhood The star has opened up about the years of 'physical, emotional, and sexual abuse' that she...
    Singer Katy Perry reveals she’s moved out of California to the Bluegrass of Kentucky in order to escape the Hollywood bubble. Speaking with comedian Chelsea Handler on her podcast Dear Chelsea, the 37-year-old singer said the move was important for perspective. “I think you have a lot of wisdom too, in part,” Handler said. “Ah, well, thanks,” Perry replied. “I mean, I’ve got to see a lot of the world so that’s a little perspective, maybe.” “Yeah, and you’ve had a lot of experiences. Different experiences,” Handler added. “Sure. Sure. I was just telling you. I’m like, living in Kentucky and I have for almost a month now and that’s quite an amazing experience. Cause it reminds you that Hollywood is not America,” Perry explained. “Uh-huh, yeah,” Handler agreed hesitantly. “You need to remember that,” Perry added. “Because I think you can understand people better.” “Yeah, right. It’s nice to go outside of what you know to be normal and your reality,” Handler said. “Yeah, I mean they’re living in a bubble of sorts. We’re living in a bubble. Our...
    SCIENTISTS have “reversed death” by bringing eyes back to life. Eyes taken from organ donors five hours after death responded to light, while electric activity only seen in the living was recorded. 1Scientists were able to get the eyes of deceased people to respond to lightCredit: imageBROKER The authors said it “raises the question of whether brain death, as it is currently defined, is truly irreversible”. Brain death is when someone is no longer able to survive without life support, unable to breathe on their own. It is considered irreversible and therefore a person is declared as dead. The science demonstrated by the team could be used to study other tissues in the central nervous system, like the brain or spine. Read more on scienceBETWEEN THE SHEETS Why do people have sex? 9 reasons revealedFERTILITY HOPE Frozen testicle tissue could help male cancer survivors become fertile again Lead author Dr Fatima Abbas, of the Moran Eye Centre at the University of Utah, said: “We were able to wake up photoreceptor cells in the human macula, which is the part of...
    President Joe Biden spoke directly about the motivating power of the leaked Supreme Court decision that would overturn Roe v. Wade to turn out voters as he told top donors about his plan to push back ‘ultra MAGA’ Republicans. ‘It has the potential to generate significant enthusiasm to get out and vote,’ Biden said of the leaked opinion, which has galvanized people on both sides of the abortion debate. ‘It also has enormous potential if we fail, what that will mean,’ he warned top party donors in a pep talk Wednesday evening in Chicago. But he cautioned: ‘Understand that if we miss what’s at stake.’ Biden warned if Democrats lose power: 'we’ve got a different world we’re in.'  Biden warned about the dangers of MAGA republicans and cautioned that if the democrats lose control in the midterms America would be in a 'different world'  President Biden said that draft-decision to overturn Roe v. Wade was likely to galvanize democratic voters and get them to the polls in the fall midterm elections. Earlier, he tore into 'ultra-MAGA' Republicans in a fiery speech...
    Joe Raedle | Getty Images News | Getty Images Social Security beneficiaries could see another record cost-of-living adjustment in 2023, based on the latest government data showing persistent high inflation. But that increase may not be enough to pare the loss in buying power recipients have experienced over the years, according to a new analysis from The Senior Citizens League, a non-partisan advocacy group. A popular inflation measure, the Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers, known as the CPI-U, was up 8.3% over the past 12 months, staying near 40-year highs, according to April data released on Wednesday. More from Personal Finance:More Americans living paycheck to paycheck as inflation climbs Where consumers plan to cut spending amid record-high pricesAmericans say inflation has 'negative impact' on goals Meanwhile, the index the Social Security Administration uses to calculate cost-of-living adjustments each year, the Consumer Price Index for Urban Wage Earners and Clerical Workers, or CPI-W, increased by 8.9% over the last 12 months. That points to a cost-of-living adjustment of 8.6% for 2023, based on the April data, according to The...
    A TOP space scientist has claimed that he knows the best spots to look for alien life. Universe Today reports that Benjamin Zuckerman, a now-retired U.S. astrophysicist, believes small, dense stars called White Dwarfs could be home to advanced civilisations. 1White dwarves are small and extremely dense starsCredit: PA In a paper last month, he argued that recent improvements in telescope tech mean we can now easily identify alien outposts. Prof. Zuckerman's controversial theory assumes the existence of Dyson Spheres, which experts have been hunting for for decades. They're theoretical structures which could be built by extra-terrestrials around a star in order to harvest its energy. Of course, a Dyson Sphere has never been found, and there's no proof they exist. Read more about spaceWHAT ON EARTH? Humans may be ALIENS as we may have come from planet trillions of miles away If they do, however, the structures would be a distinctive characteristic of an intelligent civilisation able to harness the resources of a planetary system. Zuckerman, a former UCLA professor who has published hundreds of papers and books, believes...
    Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R-VA) promised to work with both federal and local law enforcement to ensure the safety of Supreme Court justices whose homes have become the focus of protests after the leak of a draft opinion signaling that the conservative majority would overturn Roe v. Wade. The announcement represents another facet of a new push to protect the justices, at least some of whom live in Virginia, including the Senate unanimously passing a bill Monday evening that would provide top-level security services to justices and their families. "Virginia State Police will assist federal and local law enforcement as needed in order to ensure the safety of our citizens, including Supreme Court Justices, who call Virginia home," Youngkin said in a tweet. Virginia State Police will assist federal and local law enforcement as needed to ensure the safety of our citizens, including Supreme Court Justices, who call Virginia home.— Governor Glenn Youngkin (@GovernorVA) May 10, 2022 ABORTION RIGHTS GROUP DOXXES SUPREME COURT JUSTICES, OFFERS STIPENDS FOR PROTESTS In a protest organized by ShutDownDC, people...
    HALF of Americans dream of living the French lifestyle because of the landmarks, restaurants — and pastries. A recent study of 2,000 adults discovered that 55% believe the French way of life seems better than the American, and 50% fantasize about living it. 4A recent study shows that over half of Americans would prefer to live the French lifestyleCredit: Getty 4Paris is the most popular location that people want to relocate toCredit: Getty Almost a third (31%) would consider moving to the country, with 23% saying they have lived in the country in the past.For those who previously moved to the country – or who would consider doing so – the reasons include the city life (36 %), the food (35 %) and a better lifestyle (35%)Paris is the most popular location to relocate to for 27%, followed by The French Riviera (20%) and Lyon (18%).Respondents also noted the top reasons they want to live in France are to visit the landmarks and enjoy dining out, visiting cafes and coffee shops. More Travel StoriesBOTTLE IT How to get around the...
    PLANTATION (CBSMiami) – The Miami Grand Prix is over, but some drivers in Plantation still have a need for speed. People living along Nob Hill Road told CBS4 the dangerous driving is out of control. READ MORE: Woman Accused Of Stealing $200K In Watches From Man She Met At Miami Club“They’re sounding like it’s Formula 1 right here on Nob Hill,” said Sheldon Dounn of Plantation. Engines revving, tires screeching – these are normal sounds in this neighborhood. “It’s all during the day, Monday through Friday, and especially on weekends,” said Dounn. Vehicles have been caught on camera racing and doing donuts in the middle of a Nob Hill intersection. “Every night there is racing. It’s amazing like every night they’re going 80 or 90 mph,” said Tania Joseph. She’s lived here for more than 30 years. READ MORE: Nationwide Baby Formula Shortage Is Getting Worse As Retailers Limit Sales“Those old people shake when they cross that road,” Joseph said. “Bicyclists getting knocked out.” She sees drivers making reckless decisions on a daily basis and worries about schools being situated...
    PETE Davidson may be live from Los Angeles now, after fans think the comedian has dropped a serious clue he's secretly living with girlfriend Kim Kardashian. During his recent stand-up return at the Netflix Is A Joke festival, the SNL funnyman took a few shots at Kim's ex husband, Kanye West, before launching into one joke about the rapper become his lost family's housekeeper. 5Pete Davidson took some shots at Kanye West in his return to stand up comedyCredit: YouTube 5Fans think Pete has moved in with Kim Kardashian and her kidsCredit: Instagram "Does anybody else secretly hope that, like, Kanye pulls like a Mrs. Doubtfire?" Pete began. "I come home one day, and they're like, 'this is the new housekeeper.' And he's like (in a Kanye voice) 'What's up fam?'" While the joke got big laughs, it also got some fans wondering if the King of Staten Island star secretly slipped up by saying "I come home." On Reddit, one poster asked: "Is Pete living with Kim and the kids in LA? He mentions "going home" to...
    A MUM-OF-TWO has spoken out about her ordeal as she struggles to find a house, leaving her family living in a tent. Sushannah, from Australia, claims she can't find a house in Bundaberg due to the current rental crisis. 2Sushannah and her family are currently living in a tent as they struggle to find affordable housingCredit: tiktok/@sushannah_ Housing prices in Australia have soared leaving many renters unable to keep up with the cost of rent as well as fewer properties available across major cities, like Bundaberg. Since being made homeless the mum has shared what it's been like for the family on her TikTok account. One video has gone viral with over one million views, which shows how Sushannah, her husband, Tristan, and their two children, two years old Delila and six months old Luna spend their day. She said: "Another day in the life of a homeless family living in Australia, rental crisis edition." READ MORE PARENTING STORIESCAR-FULL I’m a mom-of-four & raising my kids in my CAR because I can’t get us a houseBYE BYE BABY I was...
    CAMBRIDGE (CBS) – Woman owned and mission driven, Curio Spice Company specializes in directly sourced, sustainably produced spices from around the world. In the video above, host Rachel Holt meets Curio founder Claire Cheney to learn more about her mission to improve the lives of farmers and add value to our local community.
    A TEAM of astronomers led by Boston University has revealed that the heliosphere is shaped like a croissant. For those who aren't aware, the heliosphere is a huge area that extends more than twice as far as Pluto around the Sun. 5The heliosphere is apparently shaped like... A CROISSANT. 5Heliosphere is the vast region that extends beyond Pluto by more than twice. 5NASA is now conducting $12 million worth of research to figure out exactly where the croissant shape comes into play. Forbes reported that NASA has announced a new $12million, five-year grant to help scientists continue their groundbreaking research into how the sun influences and shapes the solar system. The money will be split between nine new heliospheric research institutes at universities around the United States. Because there is so little knowledge about the heliosphere, it is considered cutting-edge research. Astronomers do know a few things, though, like the fact that a continual storm of hot and charged particles from the Sun exists inside the heliosphere. READ MORE ON NASASPACE NUDES Nasa to launch naked pictures of...
    Fox News Radio host and comedian Jimmy Failla says the attack on Dave Chappelle this week at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles during a comedy set will not be the last time we see a comedian assaulted. The altercation followed the infamous Will Smith slap at this year’s Oscars. Comedian Chris Rock, who was also at the Hollywood Bowl, was the recipient of that open palm over a joke about Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith. Joining Fox Business host Neil Cavuto, Failla theorized such outbursts are being “incentivized.” “It will continue to happen because on some level we’ve incentivized this, because there’s a lot of attention and notoriety that comes even with being bad. People are okay with that,” the Fox Across America host said. “We’re almost living in the death of shame now where the relevance is more important than the dignity.” Failla, a touring comedian himself, promoted an upcoming comedy gig of his own, but issued a warning for the audience. “I want to remind everybody in the audience, I’m headlining the Tampa Improv tomorrow...
    Fox News Radio host and comedian Jimmy Failla says the attack on Dave Chappelle this week at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles during a comedy set will not be the last time we see a comedian assaulted. The altercation followed the infamous Will Smith slap at this year’s Oscars. Comedian Chris Rock, who was also at the Hollywood Bowl, was the recipient of that open palm over a joke about Smith’s wife, Jada Pinkett Smith. Joining Fox Business host Neil Cavuto, Failla theorized such outbursts are being “incentivized.” “It will continue to happen because on some level we’ve incentivized this, because there’s a lot of attention and notoriety that comes even with being bad. People are okay with that,” the Fox Across America host said. “We’re almost living in the death of shame now where the relevance is more important than the dignity.” Failla, a touring comedian himself, promoted an upcoming comedy gig of his own, but issued a warning for the audience. “I want to remind everybody in the audience, I’m headlining the Tampa Improv tomorrow...
    ONCE upon a time, Nasa believed we would one day end up living in giant inflatable space doughnuts. The U.S. space agency designed a wheel-shaped habitat almost five decades ago that would house up to 140,000 residents. 2Nasa cooked up plans for a doughnut-shaped space habitat in 1975Credit: Nasa/Rick Guidice In the early 1970s, Nasa was at a crossroads having shut the Apollo programme down and landed astronauts on the Moon. Scientists were on the hunt for the next space exploration milestone, with some targeting Mars and others exploring space colonies. In 1975, Nasa explored possible designs for a space city in the Summer Study, conducted at Stanford University. Possibly the most bonkers scheme proposed was the Stanford Torus, a ring-shaped station that would sit between Earth and the Moon. According to Nasa's designs, the Torus would be one mile in diameter and rotate once per minute to provide artificial gravity. Between 10,000 and 140,000 people would live on the colony, mining the Moon and nearby asteroids for resources. They would live on the inside of the outer ring, farming...
    AMBER Portwood gave fans a glimpse inside the cozy living room of her new three-bedroom $300,000 Indiana home. The Teen Mom OG star, 31, shared a selfie while lying on the couch, showing off the arty prints and rustic wood furniture behind her. 4Amber Portwood gave fans a glimpse inside the living room of her new $300,000 Indiana homeCredit: Instagram 4She is living in a three-bedroom houseCredit: Google Maps 4There's a gray couch and graphic black and white prints on the wallsCredit: Instagram Amber's living room features dark wood elaborately carved chairs and a low wood coffee table. Chic black and white geometric prints hang on the walls and wooden shutters and airy white drapes frame the windows. A tall dark wood cabinet with a spiky plant in a white vase placed on top creates a focal point in one corner. Amber reflected on her mental health in the caption of the post, urging fans to "take a break" if they found themselves struggling. Read More on Amber Portwood MAJOR MILESTONE Teen Mom Amber completes probation 3 years after...