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If you’ve never noticed how white the fitness industry is, you’ve probably never had to be aware of your race.
Coleen Nolan has said she is considering undergoing a double mastectomy in light of two of her sisters’ recent cancer diagnoses.Last week, it was reported that Linda and Anne Nolan were both receiving cancer treatment after being diagnosed days apart.
Kristen Wiig has spoken about how “isolating” she found the experience of undergoing IVF before her twins were born via surrogacy.In January, Wiig and her fiancé, actor and writer Avi Rothman, became parents to twins via a surrogate.
From Saturday 8 August, it is compulsory to wear a face mask in museums, galleries, cinemas and places of worship in England.It was already compulsory to wear a face covering when visiting a supermarket, indoor shopping centre, coffee shop, or bank in England, with those who fail to comply at risk of being fined up to £100.
CBD, short for cannabidiol, is having a moment.Used in everything from snacks to moisturisers, products containing CBD (including oils, extracts, etc) seem to be everywhere.
On 8 August, the rules on face masks in England will change once again: the public now have to wear them in all indoor settings where you may come into contact with people you “wouldn’t normally see”.The government says this includes places like cinemas, galleries, or museums, in addition to the mandatory wearing already in place in shops and on public transport.
Summertime is great for many things, but it can also wreak havoc on your make-up.With heat and humidity at a high, you might think it’s pointless to even wear make-up in the first place given that it might just slide off your face anyway – but, if you want to wear it, don’t give up just yet.
While many people are still working at home due to the coronavirus lockdown, offices are slowly reopening across the country, meaning some will be faced with the challenge of finding ways to dress for work in the heat during summer.Given that Britons are more accustomed to rainfall than blazing sunshine, many will inevitably struggle with the sartorial challenges of balancing professionalism with comfort.
This summer, amid the hot weather, Britons unused to the scorching weather will need to take precautionary measures to ensure they don't suffer from heat exhaustion or heatstroke when spending lots of time outside in the sun.If an individual's body is unable to cool down and they develop heatstroke, then their health could be at serious risk.
Learning how to cope in the heat can be a struggle, with the beaming rays of the sun, the inescapable humidity and the ever-rising temperatures tough to handle for many.However, if you’re finding this heatwave unbearable, just imagine how your pet may be feeling.
After being postponed in April - till 4 October - London Marathon runners have now been told that the 2020 marathon will only involve elite athletes.For the 45,000 "mass-event" runners - they will have to wait until next year before they can take to the streets again.
Katy Perry is set to give birth any moment but it seems the pop star is growing impatient.On Thursday, the “Smile” singer joked that she has “had it” with pregnancy as she awaits the birth of her daughter, who is due to arrive sometime this summer.
The Zip card for under 18s will disappear as part of the government's proposed TFL bailout – and with it many students' hopes for the future.
My pandemic epiphany: how I fell in love with online therapy. André Wheeler cringed at the idea of connecting through a camera but he needed to clear the fog inside his head
Calls to the eating disorder charity Beat's helpline spiked by 51% during the broadcast.
Wrapping a baby in a sling can be confusing for new parents.
As temperatures rise across the UK throughout summer, many members of the public will likely be spending more time basking in the sunshine.However, amid the picnics and barbecues, the continued spread of the coronavirus remains a concern, despite the recent easing of lockdown measures in England and the devolved nations of the UK.
A programme on Channel 4 that claims it can teach viewers how to lose a stone in just 21 days has been heavily criticised on social media for promoting “unhealthy relationships with food“ and being “triggering” for people with eating disorders.The first episode of Lose a Stone in 21 Days with Michael Mosley aired on Channel 4 on Wednesday 5 August.