LISA Riley has wowed her supporters with her weight loss progress in recent years. But how did the former Emmerdale star lose 12 stone? By Ariane Sohrabi-Shiraz / Published 22nd May 2018 Lisa Riley recently took to her Instagram to reveal she is engaged to her “soul mate” Al.The TV personality has been a proud role model for plus-sized girls.But a few years ago Lisa decided to become healthier, and as a result started shedding the pounds.Lisa lost a whopping 12st in less than two years – but had to put in a lot of hard work to get there.In April she marked the one-year anniversary by having her excess skin removed in surgery. GETTY / ITV LISA RILEY WEIGHT LOSS: The former Emmerdale star shed 12st “Never for one single second did I think I would achieve the weight loss, body and mind changes I went through!” Lisa Riley At the time she said: “It’s a year ago today that I had my 2nd operation to complete my body and remove all the … [Read more...] about Lisa Riley weight loss: How did former Emmerdale star lose 12st in 18 months?
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WARNING GRAPHIC CONTENT: A MAN who struggled with his “beer belly” actually had a 30lbs tumour in his stomach. By Christine Younan / Published 30th March 2018 LENOX HILL HOSPITAL STUBBORN FAT: Kevin Daly had a 30-pound tumour in his stomach which he thought was a beer belly Kevin Daly, from Hoboken, New Jersey, had been working hard for two years to shrink his belly.For months, doctors told the 63-year-old that it was nothing to worry about and that it was just visceral fat that comes with age.But it was only until recently that medics performed a CAT scan and told him that he had liposaracoma, a cancer that develops in the fat cells of a soft tissue. LENOX HILL HOSPITAL HEALTHY: He worked relentlessly to shift his weight “This was the biggest I have ever seen” Dr Julio Teixeria Dr Julio Teixeria, of Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan, said: “I have removed tumours that are large in size, but in my 30 years of experience, this was the … [Read more...] about Doctors stunned as man’s ‘beer belly’ turns out to be 30-POUND cancerous tumour
By Maytaal Angel LONDON (Reuters) – Tata Steel will finance the repair of a blast furnace at Britain’s largest steelworks in Port Talbot, Wales, extending its life by seven years and soothing concerns about its commitment to Europe’s steel sector, four sources told Reuters. India’s Tata Steel <TISC.NS> signed a preliminary deal last year to merge its European steel assets with those of Germany’s Thyssenkrupp <TKAG.DE> in a move driven chiefly by a need to address steelmaking overcapacity in Europe. Fully relining a blast furnace typically costs over 150 million pounds ($200 million) and gives the furnace an additional 20 years of life approximately, while the repairs Tata is looking at will cost about half of that, the industry sources said. Tata Steel declined to comment. With earnings at the Port Talbot running at a fraction of those at Tata and Thyssenkrupp’s European assets and Britain’s exit from the EU posing extra risks, the … [Read more...] about Tata to invest in Port Talbot steel plant post Thyssenkrupp merger
Ad Feature PUBLISHED: 10:41 25 January 2018 | UPDATED: 10:52 25 January 2018 Peter Sharkey It's time to get saving. Photo: Getty Images/iStockphoto Melpomenem Early morning locker room banter can be very funny – and a little too ripe to repeat here, though frankly, I look forward to the mix of “did you hear the one about the bloke who goes into a bar with his giraffe…”, or listening to the opinions on last night’s match, all rather more forthright than you ever hear on TV. Peter Sharkey This has nothing to do with a need to satisfy an uncontrollable urge to hear iffy jokes or consider the collective judgement on an overpaid centre forward deemed ‘tired’ after playing football three times in a week, however. It’s just that I go swimming for an hour each morning, after which I dive in the sauna for ten minutes before showering and getting dressed, a well-established routine which ensures I’m at my desk by 9.15am. A recent … [Read more...] about Millennials need to save for later in life or face relative poverty in retirement
0 Have your say Check out today’s YEP letters Knighthoods for ‘outstanding’ citizensAlec Denton, Guiseley.I believe politicians should be treated the same as the many ‘ordinary’ people who thoroughly deserved their awards and that knighthoods should be reserved for a handful of truly outstanding citizens. When Nick Clegg was an MP, he did much more for his constituency than his replacement and more for this country than Nigel Farage, whose substantial index-linked pension, to be paid for out of our future contributions to the EU, is a more than adequate reward for 20 years of disruptive behaviour.Bring railways back to public ownershipMartin J Phillips, Leeds 16I noticed that the train companies made sure they offered rail customers a ‘sweetener’ before they bumped up rail fares yet again at the start of the new year. As with previous years Northern and Transpennine trains have made a big song and dance about new trains they will be … [Read more...] about YEP Letters: January 6