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Daily Archives: September 16, 2017

Flu Jab: Is it useless for older people?

Figures published in the British Medical Journal indicates the £160million winter public health campaign may have been a waste of money for those over 65, its principal target. Now the government’s Joint Council on Vaccination and Immunisation is discussing plans to abandon the jab for pensioners and replace it with something it hopes will be more effective. The present vaccine ...

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Between the sheets: Nutrient-rich masks from Murad, Demovia and more

It started pretty simply with serum-soaked cloths for giving your face a healthy hydration boost, but the popularity of sheet masking has gone stratospheric and there are now multiple textures, targeted treatments and wacky ways to wear them. So whether it’s your eyes, neck, lips or even hands that you want to concentrate on, there’s a product to suit. “The ...

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EXCLUSIVE: Mark Ballas Dishes on Returning to 'DWTS,' Admits He Wasn't 'Surprised' By Julianne Hough's Exit

The decision to return to Dancing With the Stars was an easy one for Mark Ballas once he knew who his partner was! ET’s Katie Krause caught up with the 31-year-old dancer and his wife, BC Jean, at the Entertainment Weekly Pre-Emmy party at Sunset Tower on Friday, where he opened up about partnering up with Lindsey Sterling.  “Honestly it ...

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Captain Marvel Just Added An Oscar Nominee To Its Team

Andy Nicholson has a number of other notable titles under his belt, having worked in the art department for various Hollywood projects for decades. His production designer credits include Divergent, Assassin’s Creed, The Host, and most recently Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom. His most notable achievement was for his work on Alfonso Cuaron’s Gravity, for which Nicholson scored an Oscar nomination. ...

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