Bachelor Nation's Kaitlyn Bristowe Shares Encouraging Message After Jason Tartick Breakup

Kaitlyn Bristowe & Jason Tartick Answer BURNING Questions

While life hasn't been exactly rosy for Kaitlyn Bristowe as of late, she's still hopeful for the future.

Nearly two weeks after she announced the end of her engagement to Jason Tartick, the former Bachelorette gave her Instagram followers a glimpse into what her day to day has been like recently with a photo diary. And as she reminded them in her Aug. 17 post, "Not to spoil the ending for you. But you're going to be ok." 

The photo series showed Kaitlyn experiencing ups and downs, with her sharing one snap of her smiling and another of her letting the tears flow. Other slides featured moments like her visiting a psychic and holding a bouquet of bright…

She Sued Tennessee for Denying Her an Abortion. Now She’s Running for Office.

Allie Phillips never wanted to be a politician, but she had always wanted to be a mom of two. Whenever Phillips asked her 5-year-old daughter, Adalie, what she wanted to be when she grew up, Adalie would say, “A big sister.” So when Phillips found out she was pregnant again in Nov. 2022, Adalie was thrilled. “Her eyes got big and her jaw just dropped open,” Phillips recalled. “Every night after that, she sang Twinkle Twinkle, Little Star to my belly. She’d kiss my belly every night before bed.” Phillips and her husband planned to name the new baby Miley Rose.

But at a routine anatomy scan when she was around 19 weeks pregnant, doctors told Phillips that the fetus had significant problems with its kidney, stomach, bladder, heart, lungs, and brain. These conditions were…

Black Americans Share Stories of COVID-19 Grief

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, as hospitals facilitated goodbyes over iPads and funeral homes buried dead without services, families were left with a uniquely isolating grief, devoid of the rituals that traditionally surround death.

For Black Americans, who were 1.9 times more likely than white Americans to die of COVID-19 at the start of the pandemic, this stifled grief fits into a long history of unacknowledged pain. Dating back to slavery, when scientific journals claimed that Black people had higher pain tolerances, to now, as the maternal mortality rate for Black women is 2.9 times that of white women, Black Americans have long faced medical discrimination. The pandemic—and the racial justice reckoning that erupted after the death of George Floy…

NASA’s Orion Spacecraft Splashes Down

NASA picked a very good morning to return from the moon. It was 50 years ago today that the crew of Apollo 17 landed in the Taurus Littrow Valley on the lunar surface, where they planted the last of six flags Apollo crews would leave behind to mark their moments in history. Today, the space agency planted a new, if symbolic flag, when the Artemis 1 mission’s Orion crew capsule splashed down in the Pacific Ocean 320 km (200 mi.) off the coast of Baja California, Mexico, at 9:40 a.m. Pacific Time. The safe return marked the end of a 25-day lunar orbital mission, proving the flight-worthiness of the Orion spacecraft, which is expected to carry a crew of astronauts on a circumlunar journey during Artemis 2, in 2024.คำพูดจาก

The New Science of Forgetting

A baby zebrafish is just half the size of a pea. A recent look inside its transparent brain, however, offers clues to the far bigger mystery of how we remember—and how we forget.

In an experiment that yielded insights into memory and the brain, a team of researchers at the University of Southern California taught the tiny creature to associate a bright light with a flash of heat, a temperature change the fish responded to by trying to swim away. Using a custom-designed microscope, the team then captured images of the animals’ brains in the moments before and after they learned to associate the light and the heat. It’s the first known look at how a living vertebrate’s brain restructures itself as the animal forms a memory.

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China state media blasts U.S. after Trump threats

The world’s two largest economies have been locked in an increasingly bitter trade war which has seen them level tariffs on each other’s exports. Trump announced an additional duty on some $550 billion in targeted Chinese goods on Friday, hours after China unveiled retaliatory tariffs on $75 billion worth of U.S. goods.However he appeared on Sunday to back off on his threat to order U.S. companies out of China.คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง

The official China Daily said in an editorial that Washington would “never be allowed to control China’s fate”.“It has become unquestionably clear that his administration’s tariff war against China is politically motivatedคำ…

Boots starts phased ban on plastic bags

The move comes as consumers are increasingly judgemental about the sustainability steps that the retailers they patronise do (or do not) take.The changeover started on Monday with 53 of the company’s shops no longer having plastic bags available. All 2,485 stores will transition to paper bags in the next half-year.คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง

However, the new paper bags won’t be free, even though they theoretically could be as they don’t come under the legislation that means plastic bags must be charged for (they carry a 5p charge)คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง. The paper bags…

Farfetch unveils new Los Angeles headquarters

Located at 700 South Flower Street, the 25,000-square-foot office was designed in collaboration with Fiona Livingston, co-founder of Studiofibre, and will be the company’s new outpost on the West Coast. “We are excited about our new office at The Bloc as it further solidifies our commitment to Los Angeles as a critical hub for the global operations of Farfetch,” said Jeffery Fowler, president of Farfetch North America, in a release. “In an increasingly competitive technology and fashion landscape, happy employees are essential to create world class products, services and experiences for our customers, and we feel that being in a great building in the heart of Downtown LA has helped us to create a work environment which will foster highly engaged and motivated team members for many ye…

European cosmetics makers face supply crisis amid scarcity of Ukraine resources

Like the food industry, the $500 billion global cosmetics sector is grappling with fallout from the war because producers use alcohol derived from grains and organic beets to make perfumes, and sunflower-seed oils to make cosmetics – all key crops from Ukraine.At the same time, the energy crisis sparked by the war has pushed glass and paper prices through the roof, while China’s Covid-19 lockdowns have thwarted companies’ ability to obtain packaging components for $100-a-bottle scents and $30 lipsticks.คำพูดจาก สล็อตเว็บตรง

“We’re in crisis management mode when it comes to these subjects of sourcing,” Emmanuel Guichard, secretary general of French cosmetics association …