'I do worry about her health of course, but I try to make sure she eats some healthy food like salad, and I make sure she does exercises. She's taken up swimming since we met and we love to swim together.' … [Read more...] about Is this the world’s biggest wedding gown? An 800lb bride-to-be has her NINE-foot-waist measured ahead of big day
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Just months later Joe revealed he was already head over heels for Rosie, as he told the Mirror: 'She's definitely The One. But some things you have to keep for yourself. I live on social media every day, so the only thing I have that's private really is me and my girlfriend.' … [Read more...] about From handing out flyers at tube stations to TV’s most in-demand man: The Body Coach star Joe Wicks’ transformation from cash-strapped personal trainer to a £14 million internet sensation (and he bagged a glamour model wife in the process!)
Interferon beta The UK biotech firm Synairgen has been given fast-track approval to trial a lung-disease drug in Covid-19 sufferers. The compound, interferon beta, forms part of the lung’s natural defence system against viruses and was originally developed for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disorder, or COPD. The hope is that administering interferon beta boosts the body’s ability to fight the virus, especially in those who have weakened immune systems. It was identified in February by the WHO as the only therapy in phase-2 trials that can be inhaled, meaning patients can administer it themselves through a small battery-operated nebuliser. … [Read more...] about What are the prospects for a Covid-19 treatment?
A couple of weekends ago, for the first time since the 90s, when I was a shoegaze-addled teen who thought misanthropy was quite sophisticated, I waved hello to my dad. He is 75 now. Never one to take more than his share of anything in the past, he’s recently started stockpiling underlying health conditions, and this puts him among the 30 million vulnerable and/or elderly people in the UK who’ll be getting some coronavirus clearing room for the foreseeable future, whether any of us like it or not. I warned him on the way in: “I’m only going to wave, Pa! From the other side of the room!” Overdoing it, making light of it, first with the chorus dancer’s jazz hands, then with the big, all-arm, side-to-side motion, as if I was a gameshow contestant encouraged to say hi to a parent watching at home. … [Read more...] about ‘People are panic-buying cocaine’: the drug dealer, spaceman, therapist and others on life after coronavirus
The research team, led by Dr João Zilhão from the University of Barcelona, Spain, found that marine food made up about 50% of the diet of the Figueira Brava Neanderthals. The other half came from terrestrial animals, such as deer, goats, horses, aurochs (ancient wild cattle) and tortoises. … [Read more...] about Neanderthals ate sharks and dolphins