He added that, despite the ongoing pandemic, the Queen and Kate have remained close with the Duchess having a direct line to speak to Her Majesty and is 'believed Kate taught the Queen how to use Zoom, so that she could see her great-grandchildren via video call' … [Read more...] about Queen and Kate Middleton have a ‘fantastic relationship’ and monarch is is ‘preparing a surprise’ to honour Duchess on 10th wedding anniversary in April, royal expert claims
Soul mate relationships
Chinese state media said that Xi told Biden he hoped the two countries would “uphold the spirit of non-conflict, non-confrontation, mutual respect and win-win cooperation, [to] focus on cooperation, manage differences, advance the healthy and stable development of China-US ties, and join hands with other countries and the international community to promote the noble cause of world peace and development”. … [Read more...] about Xi Jinping congratulates Joe Biden on election win
The source said: “Diversity is really important to the network. Elaine is young and cool and a journalist so she has credibility and the ability to have an intelligent conversation. … [Read more...] about Eve reveals she’s leaving The Talk after four seasons following staff’s ‘fears she would quit’
Our reliance on drugs and surgery is an unintended consequence of the incredible advances in medicine. The dominance of the biomedical model of the human body helped foster those advances, but it has left us with a big blind spot when it comes to understanding and managing pain. This model considers the human body as made up of constituent parts that can be assessed and repaired – just find the broken bit and fix it. Treating the human body like a car can be useful, but this ignores the role of emotion and cognitive processing in the generation and management of pain. It also means that many of us still think some kinds of pain are more “real” than others, and it’s the reason that when someone says “It’s all in your head”, it’s not typically meant kindly. … [Read more...] about Analgesic culture: can reframing pain make it go away?
"With the UK’s share of fish in our waters rising substantially, from roughly half today, to closer to 2/3 in five and a half years’ time after which there is no theoretical limit beyond those placed by science or conservation on the quantity of our own fish that we can fish in our waters." … [Read more...] about Boris Johnson hails ‘glad tidings of great joy’ in Christmas message after historic £660bn Brexit trade deal