Month: February 2024

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‘The UK is bad vibes’: I’m a Brit who moved to America… here is why it so much better than the UK

British woman Amber Tiffeny, 20, moved to the US when she was 17 years old. She claims it has ‘improved her quality of life’ and the ‘UK is bad vibes,’ encouraging others to make the move.

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I’m a mother of 12 – trolls bombard with vile abuse for having a big family

Britni Church, 35, a cake decorator, from Kansas, US, has 12 children and has spent 16 years of her life pregnant. She revealed that she forks out more than £20,000 a year on food and gifts for her kids.

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Travel writers and chefs reveal their favourite hangover foods from around the world, from the decadent to the bizarre. Which would YOU try?

We reached out to travel experts and international chefs to discover what foods they turn to when they’re hungover. The response ran the gamut from enticing to decadent to nauseating.

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I guarded some of Britain’s most notorious prisoners – revenge was dished out on ‘black eye Fridays’ and gangsters helped us run the wings

EXCLUSIVE: Neil Samworth worked at a HMP Strangeways for over a decade, now he is lifting the lid on this ‘other world’, where guards used prisoners to manage the internal violence.

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Alexei Navalny: Mourners lay flowers outside the Russian embassy in London as vigils are held in Tokyo, San Francisco and Helsinki for ‘murdered’ Kremlin critic

Images from Bayswater Road, London showed a large collection of flowers, banners and signs praising Navalny for his anti-corruption work – and criticising Putin.

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Why IS it so hard to see your GP? Graphs break down the real reasons behind the never-ending appointments crisis

While almost 150million patients were seen same-day in England in 2023, 17.6m took place at least one month after patients booked them. So what is behind the crisis?

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Crisis in the Northwest: Inside one of Oregon’s largest homeless camps with a former drug dealer

This story is part of a series examining the drug and homeless crises plaguing Oregon. Read part one, part two and part three. SALEM, Ore. — Matt Maceira remembers people throwing trash out their car windows at him as they…

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Ozempic, the happy drug? Study suggests weight-loss medications could reduce depression, anxiety

For the millions of people who take Ozempic and Wegovy, weight loss is the best-known outcome — but a new study suggests the medications could also help squash depression. Investigators from Epic Research, a health analytics firm based in Verona,…

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Three-time NBA slam dunk contest winner discusses constant rise and fall of event, previews 2024 competition

Mac McClung put the NBA slam dunk contest back on the map last year with his stunning performance, and perhaps the best performer ever in the event expects McClung to do it again. Nate Robinson knows exactly what it takes…