- HealthYahoo Canada Style
'I'm trying to do all I can to live': Woman diagnosed with stage 3 cancer after multiple cancelled colonoscopies
Lindy Thackston's colonoscopy was delayed three times due to COVID - then she was diagnosed with cancer.
The full list of guest stars for the one-off special has now been unveiled – with one big omission.
- EntertainmentThe Telegraph
Anne Boleyn's prayer book was hidden by friends in an act of female "solidarity" in defiance of Henry VIII, researchers have revealed after finding secret signatures. The Queen of England, who failed to give her husband a male heir, was beheaded in 1536 after being convicted of adultery and treason in a trial orchestrated to get rid of her. A Book of Hours owned and inscribed by Anne disappeared for centuries after her death before reemerging in the collection of William Waldorf Astor, who bough
Torah Bright, an Australian snowboarder, welcomed her first baby in July 2020
- U.S.In The Know
Mom discovers brilliant trash bag hack: ‘Apparently I’ve been using trash bags wrong my entire life’
Have you ever noticed this seam on the bottoms of trash bags? The post Mom discovers brilliant trash bag hack: ‘Apparently I’ve been using trash bags wrong my entire life’ appeared first on In The Know.
- U.S.The Week
Albert Watkins, the attorney for Jacob Chansley (perhaps better known as "QAnon Shaman"), spoke on the record with Talking Points Memo about his client's alleged role in the Jan. 6 Capitol riot. In the interview, published by TPM on Tuesday, Watkins used shockingly offensive language in an attempt to defend Chansley's alleged actions, saying Chansley has Asperger's syndrome, and asserting that other participants in the riot have intellectual disabilities that were to blame. "These are people wit