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    WITH the price of used cars peaking, it's more important than ever to take good care of your vehicle to help it last as long as possible. But your bad habits may be doing real damage to your car - and you may not even know it. 1These ten tips can help your vehicle last longer and cleaner By refraining from these ten tips, provided by Motor Biscuit, you can be doing your car a big favor. 1: Driving on 'empty' With all-time high gas prices, you might be tempted to keep driving on low fuel. Doing this regularly, however, can damage your car. The gas in your vehicle's fuel tank chills the fuel pump, making it better to have gasoline full, per MoneyWise. Constant low fuel can cause too much heat, and may even lead to a misfire, hesitation, or poor fuel economy. Read More on Car TipsEXHAUST ALL OPTIONS I'm a car expert and here are 6 tips for finding cheaper vehiclesDRIVE DOWN COSTS I'm a car expert - here are six tips for saving gas...
    Up to ten million Americans may be suffering from Alpha-gal Syndrome (AGS), which triggers an allergy to red meat, estimates suggest — but many cases are go undiagnosed because of the long time it takes the allergy to present symptoms. The condition is normally sparked by bites from the lone star tick — identified by the white spot on its back — that lives in wooded areas across the western U.S. Bites from other ticks like the black-legged tick have not been ruled out as causes either. The AGS awareness campaign says that up to three percent of Americans — or about ten million people — in some areas may be sufferers, but that the vast majority are un-diagnosed.  Dr Jonathan Oliver, a public health expert at Minnesota University, told DailyMail.com that the bug's saliva contains molecules that look similar to those from red meat. This means that when the immune system attacks the saliva, it also develops cells that target molecules from red meat — triggering the allergy. Most tick bites do not lead to the illness, Oliver said, but he warned...
    When James Cruickshank tested positive for Covid-19 this year, his girlfriend automatically assumed she was next. The 30 year-old fitness fanatic and his partner, Steph Grant, live together in a rented apartment in Sydney. But months later Ms Grant, 28, who admits she easily catches colds, is still Covid-free. Months after Steph Grant's partner James Cruickshank got Covid, Ms Grant who admits she easily catches colds, is still Covid-free Steph Grant, right, is far from alone in being baffled at why she's avoided much-feared virus 'I thought, if anyone is going to get it, it's for sure going to be me. But I didn't. It was super surprising,' she told SBS. Ms Grant is not alone in being baffled at why she's avoided the much-feared virus. For every story of someone who got sick with Covid-19, there seems to be a parallel tale of someone who expected to fall ill but didn't. Aside from how Covid-19 started in the first place, why some people don't seem to get sick from it has been one of the greatest mysteries of the...
    FOR most, the highlight of any birthday is the cake - especially when it's been baked with love. But one anonymous woman, from the US, told how she was left fuming after her boyfriend rustled her up a special cake from scratch - because he deliberately made it low-calorie. 1An anonymous woman was left in tears when her boyfriend made her a birthday cake. Pictured, stock imageCredit: Alamy The woman took to Reddit and explained how while it was a "sweet gesture," it had left her feeling self-conscious about her weight and worried he sees her as "fat." She penned: "So, yesterday was my birthday and my boyfriend spent the morning making a cake for me. It was such a sweet gesture and it looked amazing." "I took a bite and it was...really bitter. But I pretended it was delicious anyway. Then my boyfriend said, 'I only put half the sugar in to make it lower-calorie'. And I know it's so dumb, but it made me sad." She went on to say how her boyfriend has been "not-so-subtly" encouraging her...
    THERE are countless flavour combinations when it comes to a coffee shop menu. But a triple shot, extra hot, no foam, skinny latte with four pumps of sugar free caramel syrup and four pumps of sugar free vanilla syrup isn't the most annoying thing a customer could order. 2Han took to TikTok to reveal the thing she hates being asked the most as a baristaCredit: @hanelizabetx/TikTok 2She added it's "one of the maddest things" when people come in and ask for a "double expresso"Credit: @hanelizabetx/TikTok Instead, according to one barista, it's when customers order an "expresso". "Now that I work as a barista, one of the maddest things is the amount of people that come in and ask for a double expresso," Han said in a video on TikTok. "They’ll be like, ‘Can I have a double expresso please?’ And I’m like, ‘What is an expresso?’ What is that?’" "It’s ESpresso," she captioned the video. People in the comments section were quick to suggest Han should just "give them the coffee". "Doubt they need...
    The USA national team appeared to celebrate World Cup qualification a game too early on Sunday after their 5-1 win over Panama, with players unfurling a banner saying 'QUALIFIED' in front of fans despite their place in Qatar yet to be official. The Christian Pulisic-inspired victory means the United States are on the brink of sealing a place in the tournament later this year but they face one final qualifier against Costa Rica on Wednesday.  A loss of six goals or more would send America into a World Cup play-off, most likely against New Zealand. While such a defeat seems implausible, Pulisic was keen to stress the banner was an honest mistake and not a sign his team are getting ahead of themselves. The USA national side celebrated their Panama win with a banner saying 'QUALIFIED' - even though they could still fail to reach the 2022 World Cup in Qatar Christian Pulisic (second left), who scored a hat-trick in the win, insisted it was an honest mistake and that his side are focused on Wednesday's match against Costa Rica...
    THE suspension of specific notices by the Internal Revenue Service could stir trouble for taxpayers, who may well end up owing money without them knowing. This year's tax season has got off to a rocky start, troubled with backlogs of tax returns from last year. 1The temporary suspension of specific notices by the IRS could stir trouble for taxpayersCredit: Getty The Covid-19 pandemic caused major staffing issues at the IRS, creating an unprecedented number of unprocessed tax returns and payments. As of December 4, 2021, the government agency had 6.7million unprocessed individual returns. Due to the backlog, the IRS began sending taxpayers some automated letters that were inaccurate. In response, the IRS announced the suspension of mailing out specific notices, mainly letters warning taxpayers of unfiled tax returns or overdue tax payments. The complete halt of the letters could mean those who owe money or are required to file a previous year's tax return may end up unaware of their situation, resulting in interest and penalties piling up. related tax refund storiesTAX GRAB THE penalty for not filing a federal income tax return with the...
    There are many things in life that are uncertain: Are we in the last wave of the pandemic, or will the variants lap the alphabet? Will all of your hard work pay off with a big promotion or are you busting your butt in vain? Does he love me or does he love me not? But one life condition that one would think holds no uncertainty whatsoever is whether or not you have been the victim of a kidnapping. It’s an unfortunate, often tragic situation that most of us thankfully have no experience with. But even without having endured a kidnapping, it seems like a pretty simple concept: someone takes you from somewhere against your will and refuses to allow you to exercise your freedom of movement. It’s hard to imagine you wouldn’t know it was happening. That is, unless you were Jimi Hendrix.
    Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) appeared with Laura Ingraham on Fox News Friday night and correctly noted that studies indicate the Covid-19 vaccine increases the risk of myocarditis – an inflammation of the heart muscle – in adolescent males. What he did not mention is that studies also indicate that contracting Covid-19 raises that risk even more. Last week, Joe Rogan did the same thing on his podcast last week. However, in that case, his guest informed him of the data indicating that there is a higher risk of developing myocarditis from Covid than the Covid vaccine. Ingraham noted a proposal in California that would allow children 12 and older to receive the vaccine without parental consent. “Senator, we know they’ve wanted to put a wedge between children and their parents for a long time on a lot of issues, but this kind of takes the cake,” she said. “I believe it’s medical malpractice to force vaccines on children, particularly adolescent males,” said Paul, reacting to a policy Ingraham did not mention. “We now have the scientific evidence that shows the...
    How bad have recent years been, with the coronavirus, inflation and wildfires among a list of other problems? Pete Davidson of "Saturday Night Live" joked during a New Year’s Eve television special that we need to look as far back as 2009 to find a year worth remembering. "2009 was so dope. We didn’t have anything to worry about at all," Davidson claimed on "Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party," which was headlined by singer Miley Cyrus. Pete Davidson and Miley Cyrus appeared on "Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party" on Friday night. (Getty Images) PETE DAVIDSON, MILEY CYRUS REVEAL THEY GOT MATCHING TATTOOS AFTER ‘SNL’ APPEARANCE "In 2009, the real Captain Phillips happened and Sully landed in the Hudson," Davidson continued, according to Mediaite.com. "It was a great year for guys who’d later be played by Tom Hanks – but a bad year for pirates and geese!" Just how carefree was life 13 years ago, the year Davidson, born in 1993, turned 16? Miley Cyrus and Pete Davidson appeared on "Miley’s New Year’s Eve Party" on Friday night. (Getty...
    As Daily Kos has covered, Republicans are eager to attack trans folks via a handful of approaches at the state level. Banning trans girls from participating in girls’ sports teams, for example, tends to get a lot of national media coverage. In addition to the anti-trans sports bills, however, state lawmakers have tried to stop trans people of all ages from updating their birth certificates as well as pushing legislation that would bar physicians from prescribing gender-affirming, age-appropriate medical care. The latest state to introduce such legislation? Ohio. The disturbingly titled (and misleading) bill is called the Save Adolescents from Experiment Act (“SAFE”), also known as HB 454. Republican Reps. Diane V. Grendell and Cary Click introduced the bill, which would punish medical professionals for providing potentially lifesaving gender-affirming health care to trans minors—even if the youth has parental consent, as reported by the Ohio Capital Journal.  HB 454 aims to bar trans youth from receiving any kind of puberty blockers, surgeries, and hormonal treatments, even if parents or guardians approve of them. The bill would require public and private school teachers, nurses,...
    Gwyneth Paltrow’s first Netflix series, The goop Lab, stirred controversy from its debut. Scientists were frustrated with the streaming giant for spreading misinformation—and even worse, the show was also boring. Now, however, Paltrow returns with a new series, Sex, Love & goop. The show observes a handful of couples (most but not all of whom are straight) as they meet with sex therapists to address various issues in their relationships. While The goop Lab felt like a well-produced QVC ad for expensive quackery, Sex, Love & goop takes an earnest, emotionally driven approach to a topic that remains embarrassingly taboo in the U.S. Beyond offering yet another brand extension for Gwyneth Paltrow, Sex, Love & goop also tightens Netflix’s grip on a relatively new TV niche: educational programming that normalizes sex. Shows like Big Mouth and Sex Education use sharp comedy and empathy to encourage teen viewers to treat themselves with understanding. These programs reject the melodrama of Degrassi or the preachiness of 7th Heaven in favor of something more human—even if one of them is an animated...
    The 25 best episode of Futurama, ranked ‘Wrecking Ball’ Songwriter Mozella Falls for Updated Santa Monica Tudor © Provided by NBC Sports Replay Video SETTINGS OFF HD HQ SD LO Skip Ad The Washington Football Team is in need of help at linebacker and Landon Collins is willing to answer the call despite him extensive history playing safety instead. But just because he’s willing to do it doesn’t mean he wants to play the position for very long. “I’m a team player,” Collins said, via Peter Hailey of NBC Sports Washington. “Do I like playing down there? I’m good at it. If I’m good at it, I’ll play there. If I need to be played there, cool. Other than that, do I like playing linebacker? No. No I don’t. I don’t like hitting big linemen, getting big linemen off me. I’m undersized for being a linebacker. So yeah, I don’t want to play down there, but if need to, yeah, I’ll do so. I’m good at it.” The Football Team is short-handed at the position with Jon Bostic currently...
    Since it first hit Netflix last month South Korean horror series Squid Game has captivated audiences in over 90 countries, quickly becoming the most watched international show in the streaming platform's history. Viewers were enthralled by the blood-soaked dystopian thriller that pits players against each other in contests fought to the death for a chance to win cash. And while the Asian drama is obviously fictitious and a pointed critique of modern life, one of the show's side plots where human beings have their organs harvested and sold is very real. China's Communist Party removes hearts, kidneys, livers and corneas from 100,000 dissidents and political prisoners every year, with a government-run 'kill to order' organ-trafficking network operating on a grand scale, human rights groups claim. But the international community remains powerless to stop the slaughter because the World Health Organisation is compelled to accept the totalitarian nation's 'inadequate and misleading' hospital data without question. One of the side plots in the smash hit Korean horror thriller Squid Game is a human organ-harvesting racket But the international community remains powerless...
    Too bad Disney Radio is off the air. Or not. A 1957 Ford Thunderbird originally owned by legendary Mouseketeer Annette Funicello has been put up for auction on the Bring a Trailer website and is the perfect retro ride for a cruise up the California coast with the top down and the radio on. Funicello was often photographed with the car over the years. (Hulton Archive/Getty Images) The convertible was the Hollywood star's first car when she was just 16 years old and served as her daily driver for the next decade. Several layers of different paint colors were discovered during the resoration. (Bring a Trailer) The current owner purchased it unaware of its celebrity provenance, until he began researching its history while putting it through a full restoration in 2004 and had it authenticated by the Funicello family, the Portland, Ore. dealer handling the auction told Fox News Autos. (Bring a Trailer) The two-seater was originally white, but Funicello later had it painted an eye-popping purple by famed customizer George Barris. ...
    Newly-released data from the Census Bureau shows how America's population is changing dramatically. Demographers have been predicting it for years, but the new numbers show the United States is getting more multiracial even faster than expected. For the first time ever recorded, there is a smaller percentage of White people – 61.6 percent, down from 75 percent in 2000. Census data shows U.S. growing more diverse as congressional redistricting fights loom The 2020 Census also found that more than 85 percent of us now live near a city. With Democrats in control of Congress by the narrowest of margins, and midterms right around the corner, it could have huge implications for U.S. politics, notes CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe. The nation's White population slid by 8.6 percent in the last decade, while the number of Latino and Asian Americans ballooned by 23 and 35.5 percent, respectively. And the number of African Americans increased by 5.6 percent. The change is perhaps most apparent among the nation's youth; nearly half of Americans under 18 (47%) are now...
    What are the details? The program's host noted to the congresswoman that "Customs and Border Protection have apprehended more than 176,000 migrants from July 1st to July 28th of this year" and then asked for Axne's take in regard to illegal immigrants crossing the border with COVID-19 and possibly infecting U.S. citizens. Here's how Axne replied:If people 1,300 miles away are infecting us with COVID, then we've got a bigger problem than I thought. That's not even a reality. We all know that COVID can't travel like that, and we all know that, as you mentioned, folks are literally being detained at the border. So to say that people are coming into the country and spreading this ... it's so disingenuous. What we need are people in our own communities who won't get the vaccination to get the vaccination because they are the ones who are spreading it. And unfortunately we see too many people, young children, who can't get vaccinated. Their parents are very scared to send them back to school, and I can't blame them. It's very scary...
    Apps like FoodKeeper can take the guesswork out of throwing out old food. Maskot/Getty Images Expiration dates predict food quality, not when it will actually spoil. Use your senses to determine if you can eat food after the expiration date. Apps like FoodKeeper can help you calculate when to throw out old food. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. There are two types of people in this world: those who live by expiration dates, and those who chance it with the smell test. For those who are tempted to chance it, the good news is that date doesn't always reflect your food's actual condition. Many foods are OK to eat beyond their peak quality, as long as you know what to look for. Here's what you really need to know about expiration dates, and how to judge if it's worth taking the risk. What 'best by' really meansThe "best by" date describes when your food is going to be at its best quality — not when it goes bad, said Elisabeth Anderson, director of science communication for...
    Key facts: 73% expressed skepticism regarding these tokens, but more than 20% have already acquired them. Half of the respondents would like to use cryptocurrencies to buy products and tickets. Non-fungible tokens (NFTs) have appeared in full force this year, and found in sports a way to capitalize on the passion of fans. A survey conducted in the United States revealed that 61.7% of fans know what an NFT is. In addition, despite the fact that more than half of the participants see them as a bubble, more than 20% of them have already invested in this type of asset. Specifically, 52% of the 1000 surveyed by Bonus Finder assured that they have the perception that these tokens are a financial bubble; in other words, they think its value will be much less when it is past its peak. While, those who view them with skepticism are even more: 73.7% of the participants expressed this sentiment towards these assets. Bonus Finder is a firm that is dedicated to online gambling and betting, and gives the possibility...
    Andrew Amelinckx/Insider When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Lack of Color's new collection includes a range of styles and colors, from boaters to bucket hats. The Indio Special, a fedora made from wheat straw, can complete any summer look. The hat is handsome, sturdy, and wide enough to block the sun from your face. Lack of Color The Indio Special $119.00 from ShopBop You've probably seen Lack of Color hats around — even if you didn't know it — on celebrities or in numerous Instagram posts. The name is from a Death Cab for Cutie song and is a bit of an inside joke from the founders, Australians Tess Corvaia and Robert Tilbury. (The first hats they released were extremely colorful.) "When we started LOC, we identified a huge gap in the market," they told Insider. "There weren't really any cool, affordable, fashionable hats—especially for a younger generation. We wanted to make hats fun, modern, and wearable again while encouraging a new wave of creative ideas." Their new unisex...
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