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According to NHS estimates, around 10 million people in the UK have a phobia, described as an ‘overwhelming and debilitating fear of an object, place, situation, feeling or animal’. Fear of heights, public speaking and spiders are among the most common phobias in Britain. But now scientists claim cannabidiol - the oil extracted from cannabis plants and which is enjoying a huge surge in popularity in the UK - could be a secret weapon in fighting the dread. A team of psychiatric researchers from Utrecht University, the Netherlands, are focusing on the ‘endocannabinoid system’ - a physiological system that regulates the body’s responses to stress. While the endocannabinoid system is active in everyone, in some cases it’s not functioning perfectly, which results in hormone imbalances and the exacerbation of fears. And the Dutch experts say cannabidiol can ‘enhance’ this natural system and help overcome phobias - when … [Read more...] about CBD oil could help cure debilitating phobias, such as spiders and heights
COPS are still hunting for a celebrity lookalike thief after their appeal to trace a dead ringer for Ross from Friends went viral. Supermarket CCTV footage of a man clutching a crate of beers while staring at a security camera in Blackpool sent fans of the US sitcom into a spin when they discovered his uncanny similarity to the actor David Schwimmer. Days later the Hollywood star had his own bit of fun by posting a hilarious parody video reconstructing the police CCTV snap - and also hauling a beer crate. The 51-year-old star tweeted the spoof, writing: "Officers, I swear it wasn't me! "As you can see, I was in New York. To the hardworking Blackpool Police, good luck with the investigation."SUSPECT AT LARGE The real suspect Abdulah Husseni, 36, was finally arrested, charged and ordered to appear before Blackpool magistrates just before Christmas - but never showed up. Today Lancashire Police released a mugshot of 6ft Husseni after a warrant was issued for his arrest. He is accused of … [Read more...] about Cops still hunting David Schwimmer look-a-like thief who went viral after appeal
To Blair Manus, cosmetic surgery is simply another tool to maintain her appearance – not unlike exercise, a healthy diet or a full night's sleep. Over the years, Manus has undergone Botox treatments and filler injections in her cheeks, nose and chin. But she does so with caution, hoping to maintain a natural look. "I always want to look like myself – kind of a more natural, enhanced look of myself," said Manus, 36, of Voorhees, Camden County. "I don't want to run into somebody that I went to high school with, who will think, 'Wow, Blair looks completely different.'"Her attitude toward cosmetic procedures mirrors that of many women living in Philadelphia and, more broadly, the northeastern United States. They prefer a more subtle look, one that retains identifying features while mitigating imperfections, according to plastic surgeons in the region. Cosmetic standards vary by region, shaped by varying cultural values, celebrity influences and even climate differences. Los … [Read more...] about Cosmetic surgery varies by region – but does Philly have a ‘look’?
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Style Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Advertisement Supported by rites of passage Would going gray require me to listen to folk music, host potlucks and wear caftans? Or could it be another way of being a woman in the world? BySuzanne Bergerac Roth Oct. 18, 2018 As I sat in the colorist’s chair in a high-end salon, I could not help but admire how young I looked. My gray roots had just been obliterated with a $300 Chernobyl of Deep Chocolate Mocha and Buttery Caramel lowlights. But I knew my hair high would be, as usual, a short-lived buzz. Within days, my mane would oxidize into Roadkill Orange, alluring as a badger pelt. And a telltale gray stripe would appear on my part, demarcating fact from fiction. That skunky striation was always a surprising betrayal. Just when I’d tricked myself into believing that maybe I really was a 60-something sprouting a … [Read more...] about How I Quit the Bottle (the Hair Dye Bottle)