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There are two types of fat tissue in the body: the good brown kind – which helps us to burn calories, and the bad white kind – which leads us to gain weight. Now, there might be a way to covert the bad into the good, new research at Washington University School of Medicine in St Louis has found. By blocking the processes of a specific protein found in white fat cells, scientists found that the cell produced a middle ground beige fat, an intermediary that is neither good nor bad.
Designer Ashley Williams dresses London’s coolest crowd, making clothes for the girl gang that we all want to be part of – think oversized hoodies emblazoned with the word ‘misery’, diamanté-encrusted 'boys' barrettes, tomboy tailoring and rave-appropriate print dresses. At the SS18 show, which took place in Covent Garden’s ethereal Swiss Church, Ashley Williams' girl had matured, with a focus on better behaviour and goodwill.
From Roksanda to Emilia Wickstead, day four of London Fashion Week SS18 didn't disappoint. Leading London accessories and footwear designer Sophia Webster also presented her new wares and Julien Macdonald closed the day with his supermodel-studded fashion show featuring some very skimpy numbers.
Obviously wearing white is out of the question, lest the bride think you're trying to steal her thunder. You can't show off too much flesh but you don't want to look like a sack of potatoes, either (your ex might be there). Six women, none of whom were bridesmaids, showed up in the same navy lace pencil dress by Australian brand Forever New, reported news.com.au.
Katie Lacer, of MommaKT Shoots Photography, had been hired by a mother-to-be in Indiana to document her birth experience. Lacer took a photo of her client's first post-birth trip to the bathroom, showing the nurse kneeling on the floor beside her offering her a cold pack, as the new mother went to the toilet. Jill Krause, who runs the popular blog Baby Rabies, posted the photo to her Facebook page last week, explaining that it reminded her of her own birth experience.
An ulcer soon developed and eventually burst, which led to the failure of her vital organs. Jasmine Beever was taken to hospital shortly after losing consciousness at college, Lincolnshire Live reports. "We are all in shock," the teen’s mother told Lincolnshire Live.
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