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    'I LOST my pregnancy weight in 45 days but evil trolls say I'm a vain mum,' says model, 27, after dropping 22lbs. A mum has revealed how she got her body back in shape within 45 days of giving birth – and now weighs even less than her pre-pregnancy weight. 3Maquellen Azevedo with baby Bryan seven days after he was born.Credit: Jam Press Maquellen Azevedo, 27, a fitness influencer from Porto Alegre, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil gained 22lbs in her final three months of pregnancy before giving birth to her son, Bryan, on 2 March this year. She weighed 12st 8lbs at her highest but, incredibly, the mum managed to lose all of the weight she had gained in just a few weeks– and has since gone on to shed a further 11lbs thanks to a strict diet and exercise regime. The new mum focused on eating healthy meals with a supervised diet created by a nutritionist, and did pilates and pelvic physiotherapy to get her body looking sculpted once more. Maquellen also picked up new workouts through social media to...
    Ezekiel Elliott was disappointing overall for the Cowboys last season, but the 2022 campaign could feature a huge bounce-back from the running back. If you just look at the numbers, the 2021 season for Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott wasn’t all that bad. He finished the year with over 1,000 yards rushing, 10 rushing touchdowns, averaging 4.2 yards per carry and hauled in 47 catches for 287 yards. Yet, there was a feeling of malcontent among fans regarding Elliott’s performance. For the contract he’s on, he didn’t produce like a superstar. Furthermore, despite the production, Elliott didn’t pass the eye test. He looked slower, looked plodding and, frankly, didn’t look healthy. As it turns out, that’s because he wasn’t. Elliott revealed recently that he played much of last season with a partially torn PCL. Now that he’s healthy, though, he’s turning heads in offseason workouts, hitting 22 mph while running on Tuesday. Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy took full notice and seemed to be thinking that Zeke was now 100 percent and ready for big things in 2022. Cowboys...
    A FIT and healthy dad training for a marathon was shocked to be told he had only months to live. Mark Jones first recognised he was unwell in the lead-up to Christmas, when he became increasingly tired and had pains in his back and side. 4Mark has gone from being an active dad to bedbound in a matter of weeksCredit: MEN Media 4The dad of Poppy, eight, and Sadie, three, married his partner Sarah last weekCredit: MEN Media The 45-year-old, from Urmston, Greater Manchester, then found a lump in his stomach. He told Manchester Evening News: "I knew there was something wrong. "I thought it was a hernia at first. I'd been training for a marathon so I'd run a half marathon a few weeks before. "Naturally, you're just thinking for the best. Cancer is the last thing on the list." But Mark was referred to hospital to have scans and was told last month that he had kidney cancer. Kidney cancer is rare in people under the age of 50, the NHS says. It can be cured if found...
    When the recent COVID-19 wave fueled by the omicron variant hit the U.S., no one expected it would lead to the number of deaths it did.As of Wednesday, the nation is reporting 2,200 new COVID daily deaths on average. While this is lower than the 3,400-peak seen last winter, it's still three times higher than the number of average fatalities recorded two months ago.Additionally, last winter, vaccines had only just started to roll out, children were not yet eligible and the conversation surrounding boosters was far off.With around 60% of Americans fully vaccinated during the most recent wave, daily deaths from omicron are still relatively high, which begs the question: Who is dying of COVID-19 when there is such strong vaccination coverage? Infectious disease doctors say it is still mainly unvaccinated people, most of whom are in their 30s and 40s with no underlying health issues, who are dying."The vast majority of patients -- anywhere from 75% and greater -- we're seeing is primarily unvaccinated individuals who are getting COVID and wind up in the hospital severely ill...
    A WOMAN who says doctors fobbed off her symptoms because she seemed “young and healthy” is now facing death. Kasey Altman, 25, claims she was sent away with treatments for piles when she in fact had advanced cancer. 5Kasey Altman, 25, says her symptoms were dismissed by multiple doctorsCredit: Caters 5The 25-year-old is battling an extremely rare type of cancerCredit: Caters Kasey, from San Diego, California, US, saw three doctors, each of whom thought there was nothing wrong with her. In October 2020, a fourth doctor discovered she had rhabdomyosarcoma, a rare soft tissue cancer that can develop in various parts of the body. It usually affects children - just 60 in the UK and 500 in the US each year - and has a five-year survival rate of 20 per cent. Kasey, who works for Google, said: “I was perfectly healthy, exercising daily, eating well, I’m a former college athlete so I take my health very seriously. “Then I had these tumours pop up on my body, which was close to my anus, and no one would listen to...
    What else might people do to prevent COVID-19—aside from taking a free, safe, effective, FDA-approved vaccine? Horse paste was all the rage for a while. Bleach injections never really took off, despite the ocher abomination’s imprimatur. Oh, I know, maybe we can prank them into eating handfuls of dirt! Nah, too ridiculous. Even MAGAs have a limit, right? Right? Oh, dear God, tell me I’m right. Looks like we’ve crossed the Rubicon for about the 832nd time since the Trump era began, and on the opposite bank they’re scarfing dirt like popcorn shrimp at an Old Country Buffet. What the hell, anti-vaxxers? Did you think Jesus handed out loam and fishes to the hungry masses?  I’d say we should all try to fool anti-vaxxers into sticking their tongues to metal poles this winter, but I’m actually a little afraid they might do it. xNew from @BrandyZadrozny:Antivaxxers have been eating (yes, eating) "Magic Dirt" called BOO, claiming it's a miracle cure for hair growth, various diseases, and even changing your eye color.Turns out it's just dirt from a plot that borders a landfill.https://t.co/RbbrgOaPqF— Ben...
    WATAMU, Kenya (AP) — As soon as he gets a call from a fisherman who’s accidentally caught a turtle off Kenya’s Indian Ocean coastline, Local Ocean Conservation’s Fikiri Kiponda jumps into his car to save it. The work is far removed from the 44-year-old’s previous career as an accountant. He now dedicates himself to protecting endangered turtles that face multiple threats — from pollution to being sold for food, traditional medicinal purposes or the making of jewelry. When Kiponda gets a call for help, he hurries to check the turtle for injuries that need to be treated in the organization’s rehabilitation center. Then it is released back into Watamu National Marine Park. “The moment I tag a healthy turtle and release it back to the ocean where it is supposed to be, the feeling is just overwhelming,” he said. Kenya has five species of sea turtles. All are internationally recognized as endangered, and protected under local law with a penalty of life imprisonment. Local Ocean Conservation works on grassroots solutions with local communities. Kiponda and others regularly visit to...
    Two leading dietitians have revealed the five fat loss mistakes many of their clients make, from adopting an all or nothing approach during the week and weekends to over-eating healthy foods, just because they are good for you. Susie Burrell, from Sydney, and Leanne Ward, from Brisbane, said there are many reasons why you might not be losing weight despite eating healthily and working out. But these five are more common than most.  Two leading dietitians have revealed the five fat loss mistakes many of their clients make (Susie Burrell and Leanne Ward pictured) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next REVEALED: The celebrity-loved parenting buy that is flying... Tennis star Jelena Dokic, 38, posts emotional message aimed... Dietitian reveals EXACTLY what your poo says about your... Marketing manager, 25, worth $450k shares the three budget... Share this article Share The first problem that Leanne was keen to highlight is an 'all or nothing' approach to food that might see you eat clean during the week and then binge every...
    The kids are all fright: 20 scariest children in horror movie history The Biggest Problems Facing Social Security What people tend to remember is Utah dropped four straight in their second-round playoff series against the Clippers, and it wasn’t pretty. © Provided by NBC Sports What people tend to forget is that Utah’s two best playmakers were battling injuries — Mike Conley played in only one game of the series due to a hamstring issue, and Donovan Mitchell averaged 34.8 points per game playing on one good ankle. He was hobbled. Mitchell, one of the more positive players around the league, has put that injury and that loss in perspective — it helped him get better. He had to tap into different parts of his game. Here is what he told Sam Amick of The Athletic about it. “I’ve kind of got to a point where I’m appreciative of the injury for myself,” Mitchell said. “For my personal growth on and off the floor, I think that injury really — and you know me, Sam, like I love jumping...
    As he stands proudly in his new uniform, Davey Bates and his mother Sami look pleased as Punch that he’s starting school. And so they should be. Because it is a day that might never have happened. Before Davey was born, doctors told his parents that their son stood little chance of survival – and even advised them to terminate the pregnancy five times. On Wednesday he will walk through the gates of Crossley Fields Primary in Mirfield, West Yorkshire, for his first day But Mrs Bates and husband Paul were determined to give their baby a chance at life and – after he underwent a complex operation just hours after birth – Davey defied the odds and is now a happy, healthy four-year-old. On Wednesday he will walk through the gates of Crossley Fields Primary in Mirfield, West Yorkshire, for his first day. And his mother will be taking plenty of tissues for the emotional moment. ‘I’ll be the proudest mum on earth when I wave him off at the school gates,’ Mrs Bates, 36, said. ‘With everything...
    MOST Brits may not get an autumn Covid booster jab as statistics show 95 per cent now have vital antibodies. The NHS had been gearing up to start a rollout of third vaccines from September but healthy adults could be left off the list, with only those at-risk getting another. 2Only at-risk adults may need a Covid booster jab in the autumn thanks to high levels of antibodiesCredit: Alamy Advisers on the Joint Committee on Vaccination and Immunisation met today and are set to decide within days. JCVI member Professor Adam Finn said: “I think we’ll be imminently deciding there will be some people who need a third dose, particularly people we know are very unlikely to be well protected by those first two. Most read in Health NewsPictured'MY SON, my son' Mum's cries as Afghan boy falls to death from UK hotel after fleeing KabulSCARRED FOR LIFE Chilling moment ex-soldier glasses man he thought had spiked lover's drinkExclusiveKILLER TALK I stared Dennis Nilsen & Ripper in the eye, reveals forensic psychologistExclusiveVILLAGE LOCKDOWN Locals ‘scared to leave home’ as festival-goers...
    NEW HAVEN, Conn. (CBSNewYork) – Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont is putting pressure on student athletes to get vaccinated ahead of the fall school season. Lamont spoke Monday from a mobile vaccination site at the New Haven Green. “It’s not just about you. It’s about all the people you’re in contact with. It’s about doing everything we can to keep you healthy so that your class is healthy, so that your team is healthy,” Lamont said. “Tell your friends, and friends of friends, this is their time to step up. If you believe in team, then it’s time to get vaccinated.” COVID VACCINE New York State book online here or call 1-833-NYS-4-VAX New York City book online here or call 877-VAX-4NYC Track NYC vaccinations by zip code Nassau County more info here Suffolk County more info here Westchester County more info here New Jersey book online here or call 1-855-568-0545 Connecticut book online here
    OVERWEIGHT Brits are being urged to test an app that could help them lose weight. Thousands of volunteers are being called as part of a study led by Cardiff University. 5You could lose weight by simply training your brainCredit: Alamy Participants will need to play a brain-training game once a day while recording their weight over three months. Brain scientists hope those involved will drop the pounds just by completing the 10-15 minute tasks. Losing weight comes down to food choices and exercise. But often “diets” don’t tackle the psychological aspect of obesity, leaving many returning to their old habits. Cardiff researchers hope their app is a step in the right direction to help tackle obesity at the root causes.  Project lead Professor Chris Chambers said: “Previous research has suggested that brain training could be a successful method of weight loss – however, most of this research has involved small groups of healthy weight people. “Now, we want to find out if it can work in the real world and help those who are overweight or living with obesity.  5The...
    BACHELORETTE star Katie Thurston may have revealed she's in a new healthy relationship. She reportedly recently wrapped her show season early by quickly sending home men she wasn't interested in dating. ???? Follow all the latest news and stories on The Bachelorette 6Bachelorette star Katie Thurston may have revealed she's in a new healthy relationshipCredit: Instagram 6She reportedly recently wrapped her show season early by quickly sending home men she wasn't interested in datingCredit: INSTAGRAM/bacheloretteabc Katie shared an Instagram video captioned: "Can’t start a healthy relationship without being healthy. Got my vaccine today! #covidvacccine" In the video, she said: "Oh, good morning. Did I sleep on my couch? Yes. ut is today a great day for a vaccine? Absolutely. "Am I gonna shower first? No, it's early. Who showers before 10? Last night's makeup, today's smokey eye, "Look, I hate getting shots, but I'm not doing this for me. I do this for my mom, who is an essential worker, or my sister who is pregnant, or my nieces and nephews who are still in school. I do it...
    2020 Was a Mess. Make Sure Last Year’s Taxes Aren’t Also a Disaster With the Best Tax Filing Software Tampa Bay Lightnings Stanley Cup rings: 557 diamonds and 81 blue sapphires © Provided by People Meghan Trainor/Instagram; Mike Marsland/WireImage Meghan Trainor is looking back on her infant son Riley's journey so far.  The mom of one, 27, shared a TikTok video on Instagram documenting 2-month-old Riley's early days in the hospital, revealing in the caption that the newborn had a "rocky start."  "We had a rocky start.. but Riley is perfect, happy and healthy ???? so lucky to be your mama sweet boy," wrote the "All About That Bass" singer, who shares her son with husband Daryl Sabara.  At the start of the video — set to "If You Love Her," a song by Forest Blakk featuring Trainor — baby Riley is hooked up to various tubes and wires while Trainor looks on via FaceTime. In the next clip, a teary-eyed Trainor is on FaceTime again as Sabara, 28, holds their son in a hospital room.  © Meghan Trainor/Instagram;...
    NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter is 'healthy' but its maiden flight has been delayed and it will now not launch until at least next week due to a software update. Ingenuity's trip, which is to be the first-ever powered, controlled flight on another planet, was set for April 11, was delayed until April 14 and is now delayed again. A high-speed test of the four-pound (1.8 kilogram) helicopter's rotors on Friday ended earlier than expected due to an alert of a potential issue.  The US space agency has now determined the craft is physically healthy, but requires a software update, which takes time to upload, before it can safely fly.   As the upload has to travel 147 million miles to the Red Planet, its expected the whole process will take up to a week, with a new flight date due to be set next week.  NASA's Ingenuity Mars helicopter is 'healthy' but its maiden flight has been delayed and will now not launch until at least next week due to a software update Ingenuity's trip, which is to be...
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