Daily Archives: June 10, 2018

Searching for Love in the Secondhand Section

I didn’t realize until recently how much of my wardrobe was purchased secondhand. While working in fashion, I feel like I’m always seeing new, new, new, but when it comes to my personal wardrobe, I find that many of my favorite purchases over the last decade or so are ones that I found by chance. This ranges from something as ...

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Sunday Express leads campaign for IVF crackdown

Labour MP Siobhain McDonagh is backing a petition in the Sunday Express today calling for the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Act to be amended to protect women. It currently only has the power to protect a child conceived through IVF treatment. The petition will demand women do not have their health put at risk from unnecessary drugs during fertility treatment. ...

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Get Packing: Isle of Wight, cycling in France and a trip to Hogwarts

Each lodge has a large open-plan, lounge/kitchen and a large outdoor deck, just the perfect spot for a sundowner. Isle of Wight Festival (isleofwightfestival.com). ON YOUR BIKE Those who fancy a cycling holiday but not the long and sweaty climbs will be interested to hear that tour operator Cycling for Softies (020 7471 7787/cycling-for-softies.co. uk) has slashed the price on ...

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‘Better Call Saul’ Team Talks Season 4 Relationships, Reflects on Series Origins

As “Breaking Bad” prequel “Better Call Saul” heads into its fourth season, the series is experiencing new challenges — specifically through exploring Saul (Bob Odenkirk) as Jimmy McGill in the past and Gene, a Cinnabon manager in his post-“Bad” future, and without Chuck (Michael McKean). “The only person on Earth left for Jimmy to care about and for the love ...

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Too Many Men Are Dying By Suicide

Another week, we might be discussing the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s alarming new suicide report in abstract terms. The CDC announced Thursday that suicide rates increased in all but one U.S. state from 1999 to 2016, and they rose by more… Health

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