Lockdown: Doctor calls for longer lunch breaks for exercise This article contains affiliate links, we may receive a commission on any sales we generate from it. Learn more Discover the best city breaks, beach holidays, cruises and UK travel spots by signing up SUBSCRIBE Invalid email We use your sign-up to provide content in ways you've consented to and to improve our understanding of you. This may include adverts from us and 3rd parties based on our understanding. You can unsubscribe at any time. More info While the benefits of running are seemingly endless, there is also a rather large capacity for injury, especially if you haven’t invested in a good pair of running shoes. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or just starting out, a high-quality pair of runners will make all the difference in preventing injury and getting the most out of your workout. If you want a great pair but aren’t sure where to start, here are 11 of the best quality … [Read more...] about Best running shoes for men – top styles from Adidas, Nike, Asics, and more
The Masked Singer revealed a tennis legend in its fourth week, with former Wimbedon champion Pat Cash being unmasked as the mysterious Bagpipes. Davina McCall correctly identified the 56-year-old, leaving Jonathan Ross fuming after guessing that fellow tennis ace John McEnroe was inside the tartan costume. Asked why he decided to appear on the show, Pat said: ‘I’ve always been a frustrated rock star and fancied doing the Masked Singer from the first day I saw it.’ Pat is of course well known for being a former Wimbledon champion – but just when did he win the tournament? And did his Scottish-themed costume hint at a background north of the border? Here’s what you need to know… When did Pat Cash win Wimbledon? Pat Cash was crowned Men’s Singles champion in 1987. He was just 22 years old at the time, beating the then World Number One Ivan Lendl in straight sets, 7-6, 6-2, 7-5. Pat celebrated his victory by running into the stands to celebrate with his … [Read more...] about The Masked Singer: When did Pat Cash win Wimbledon and is he Scottish as he is revealed to be Bagpipes?
Counter-terrorism police have arrested three men after a taxi explosion outside Liverpool Women's Hospital left a passenger dead and the driver injured. The vehicle exploded outside the hospital at 11am on Sunday morning, killing the passenger and injuring the driver. Witnesses reported hearing a loud bang before seeing a taxi on fire in the car park. Flames engulfed the car at 10.59am as the country was preparing to fall silent for Remembrance Sunday commemorations. The Liverpool Women's Hospital is just a mile from Liverpool Cathedral where military personnel, veterans were joining civic dignitaries from across the city for a service. Three men - aged 29, 26, and 21 - were detained in the Kensington area of the city and arrested under the Terrorism Act, in connection with the incident. 9:12PM Car exploded before coming to complete stop A security source said the car had exploded before coming to a complete stop outside the hospital. A witness who saw … [Read more...] about Liverpool Women’s Hospital: Counter-terror police arrest three men after taxi explosion kills passenger
January 12, 2022 - 15:22 GMT Relationship expert Charisse Cooke said there are psychological benefits of a woman asking her partner to marry her, like Jodie Turner-Smith and Pink. See where to shop engagement rings for men… December and February are some of the most popular months for proposals thanks to the romance that comes with Christmas , New Year and Valentine's Day , but who will be dropping to one knee to pop the question? READ: 11 best wedding planning apps for savvy brides Traditionally, it is the future groom who proposes to their partner, but there may actually be psychological benefits for the woman to initiate the engagement. Relationship expert Charisse Cooke partnered with metals specialist, metals4U , to discuss why more women should consider proposing to their partner and share her top tips on how to do it. So ignore the cultural norms and get shopping for an engagement ring , ladies! … [Read more...] about Why women should propose to men – surprising psychological benefits revealed
Northern Ireland's first minister has said "men need to step up" to help prevent abusive behaviour towards women and girls at a moving vigil in memory of Irish teacher Ashling Murphy. Paul Givan, who together with deputy First Minister Michelle O'Neill is one of the joint leaders of the Stormont government in Belfast, said women should feel safe, be respected and not be objectified. Irish police are still hunting for the killer of the 23-year-old primary school teacher, who was found dead after going for a run on the banks of the Grand Canal in Tullamore, Co Offaly, in the Republic of Ireland. Officers have identified a new person of interest - who is believed to be in hospital in the Dublin region receiving treatment - and are waiting to speak to him. At the weekend, runners across Ireland and the UK stopped to remember Ms Murphy after her murder shocked both nations. Advertisement On Monday morning, Mr Givan, other members of the Northern … [Read more...] about Ashling Murphy: Northern Ireland’s first minister says at vigil for murdered school teacher ‘men need to step up’
NEARLY half of British women don't know where their vagina is, a new worrying survey has found. Just in time for International Women's Day, a YouGov survey has found that 45 per cent of us can't label a vagina correctly on a diagram and don't know its function. Unsurprisingly, six in ten men don't know the various bits of a vagina and only 69 per cent could label the clitoris (which may explain a few things!). Researchers presented 2,010 British adults with a diagram of female genitalia and asked them to identify the various parts and functions. Half of women couldn't say where the vagina was, 55 per cent said they didn't know what the urethra was and around half of both men and women failed to correctly label the labia. Women, in particular, seemed to have a worrying lack of knowledge about how their vaginas worked, with half of women surveyed not knowing that you shouldn't wash the inside of your vagina. A third said they thought it should be washed daily, while one … [Read more...] about Half of Brits don’t have a CLUE where the vagina is… and it’s not just men!
A MAN claims his penis has shrunk by an inch-and-a-half due to Covid, and doctors say it can't be fixed. The anonymous male said the lasting effect of the virus has damaged his self confidence. Before, the 30-something American said his penis was above average size. Urologists say “Covid d*ck” is a real phenomenon, whereby the penis can reduce in size due to damage to blood vessels. For example, a study of 3,400 people led by University College London found that of 200 reported long Covid symptoms, a smaller penis was one of the rarer ones. Calling in to the podcast “How to Do It” , the man said: “I'm a heterosexual man in my 30s. In July of last year I contracted Covid and was very sick. “When I got out of the hospital, I had some erectile dysfunction issues. Those gradually got better with some medical attention, but I seem to be left with a lasting problem. “My penis has shrunk. Before I got sick, I was above average, not huge, but definitely bigger than … [Read more...] about My penis SHRANK more than an inch ‘due to damage from Covid’ – and docs say it’s permanent
Eric Adams, New York’s mayor who pledged to tackle rising crime during the election , put his pledge into action on his first day on the job. Hours after being sworn the former police officer was waiting for a train the Kosciuszko J stop in Brooklyn, when he spotted three men brawling on the street below. Grabbing his phone, he dialled 911 – the emergency services number – to report the incident. “Yes, I’m at Broadway and Kosciuszko and I have an assault in progress. Three males,” he said. “Yes, I’m sorry? No - assault in progress, not past assault. “They are fighting each other on the street right now, three males.” It was only at the end of the call that Adams disclosed his identity as the city’s new mayor. “Once a transit cop always a transit cop,” he said afterwards. By the time the police arrived the Brooklyn brawlers were making their escape in a car. The incident was symbolic of the challenge Mr Adams, 61, faces as the city’s 110th mayor. He took office … [Read more...] about New York mayor Eric Adams reports brawl on his first day on the job
The woman shot dead by police as she stormed the US Capitol building has been named as Ashli Babbitt, a Donald Trump supporter from San Diego, California who had served in the United States Air Force. Mrs Babbitt, 35, who undertook four tours of duty in 14-years according to her husband Aaron, was shot in the chest by a plain clothes officer after trying to enter the House chamber. Her husband told KUSI news she was a "great patriot to all who knew her". During chaotic scenes inside the Capitol building, Mrs Babbitt was part of an angry mob which ran amok, attempting to derail the certification of Joe Biden as the next President of the United States. "I really don't know why she decided to do this," her mother-in law told Fox News. Witnesses say that she was shot while attempting to climb through a barricaded window and enter the congressional chambers. Video footage of the event shows a fellow rioter warning that the police were armed, but it came too late and she … [Read more...] about Ashli Babbitt: Air Force veteran shot dead by plain clothes police during US Capitol riots
It will be a challenging few weeks for the lawyer representing Adam Johnson, who was seen grinning and waving as he carried House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s lectern through the Capitol building. He certainly wishes the photos would disappear. But as he told reporters outside of court, this week “I’m not a magician”. The digital trail left by people attending last week’s riots are being so closely monitored by amateur cyber sleuths. By the time the Federal Bureau of Investigation began asking for the public's help in finding rioters, many had already been identified. An Instagram account dedicated to the cause, using pictures taken by the media and stills taken from live streams already has more than 300,000 followers. Its owner, a Silicon Valley social media worker who asked to be known as Theo to protect his anonymity, opened the account after feeling "personally violated" as he watched the violence unfold last week. Theo began compiling all the photos he could find, posting … [Read more...] about The cyber sleuths helping to unmask the Washington rioters online