When leaves begin to fall, temperatures drop and days become shorter, it can only mean autumn is on its way. No matter how hot the summer has been, the next season of the year will soon be upon us with home comforts, bronzed woodland hues and a pumpkin or two.
Meghan Markle and Prince Harry were among the celebrities at Misha Nonoo’s star-studded wedding in Rome on Friday evening.
The First Lady wore not one, but two stunning pastel dresses yesterday to welcome the Australian Prime Minister.
A 10-year-old girl has died after contracting a rare brain-eating amoeba while swimming in a Texas river.Lily Mae Avant contracted the parasite after swimming with her family in the Brazos river near Waco. She began having a headache, and her family then reported a fever. Days later, Lily began acting strangely, before becoming incoherent and unresponsive.
Mainstream schools should take more special needs children because it is costing too much to educate them elsewhere, the Government’s spending watchdog has found.
Almost 12 million adults in England were prescribed potentially addictive drugs such as sleeping pills and painkillers last year, with half taking them long-term, a new report says.A review of five classes of medicines - including anti-anxiety drugs, anti-depressants and opioid painkillers - found some patients struggle to come off them, suffering suicidal thoughts and anxiety as a result.
A teenager is believed to be the first in the UK to go deaf and blind due to his junk food diet, a report has warned.
The rate of suicide in the UK has hit a 16-year high after surging in the past year following half a decade of decline, new figures show.Data from the Office for Nationals Statistics (ONS) reveal 6,507 suicides were registered last year, marking a 12 per cent rise on the previous year and the highest rate since 2002.
A teenager has been left blind and deaf after living off a diet of chips, crisps and sausages.The youngster’s family, from Bristol, realised something was seriously wrong when he began to lose his hearing at the age of 14.
A common diabetes medication can be used to treat patients with heart failure, according to new research.Scientists have found dapagliflozin – a drug that helps control blood sugar levels – can also reduce the risk of cardiovascular conditions worsening or causing death by more than 25 per cent.
At least two children in every class has contemplated suicide because of bullying, a study for the Diana Award has revealed.
Hayek, who turns 53 on Sept. 2, is being hailed by fans as the "hottest 53-year-old ever" after showing off her curves in a turquoise bikini.
Babies born by Caesarean section are 33 per cent more likely to be diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder, according to a study which considered 20 million births.The findings, which combined 61 studies from 19 countries dating back to 1999, also said children delivered by Caesarean had a 17 per cent higher chance of developing attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
Tupi Saravia, a travel influencer in Argenina, admitted to adding the clouds after someone called her out on social media.
Oklahoma City TV news anchor Alex Housden apologized to her black coworker Jason Hackett for joking that he resembles a gorilla.
A black super new moon is the next lunar phenomenon to take place this year, when both a black moon and a super new moon will occur at the same time.
Dog owners have lower blood pressure, are less likely to be obese and are on average 2.2lbs lighter than people without canine companions, scientists have discovered.
A blood test which can detect ovarian cancer two years earlier than current methods could be used to screen women, scientists hope.
A cannabis drug used to treat children with epilepsy is too expensive to prescribe even though it reduces patients’ seizures, the UK’s medical advisory body has said.
A four-in-one pill created to reduce heart disease and strokes could help older people avoid taking so much medication.