Coronavirus: ‘I survived, but am now living a nightmare’

‘A lot to learn’Dr Michael Head, senior research fellow in global health at the University of Southampton, told the BBC that while little is known at this stage about long-term effects of the virus, stories like Jennifer’s are becoming increasingly common.

Ambrose Alli inducted into Hall of Edo Pride

By Agbonkhese Oboh In their usual tradition and fashion of celebrating Edo indigenes, the fast-growing social media platform @edopride has inducted the first civilian governor of the defunct Bendel State, late Professor Ambrose Alli, into the prestigious Hall of Edo Pride.

Gen13 by J. Scott Campbell coming back after 18 years out-of-print

“Under the leadership of their mentor Lynch, the super-powered teenagers of Gen13 live a life of fighting evil, saving the world, and partying hard. Featuring strong characterization and wacky humor, this trade paperback presents the offbeat adventures of Fairchild, Burnout, Freefall, Grunge, and Rainmaker as they deal with typical teenage problems while combating violent villains […]

Loving Pablo review – Javier Bardem’s Escobar flick fails to sniff out new lines

The film features Virginia in enough scenes that we’re made to believe Aranoa has a sincere interest in her reluctant moral compromise, but she’s only ever a mirror through which we catch the reflection of Pablo. The voice-over narration coming from Cruz (another tick on the Goodfellas homage checklist) does the audience the service of […]

Rupert Murdoch’s mother Dame Elisabeth dies aged 103

According to Bruce Paige, author of The Murdoch Archipelago, she saw to it that Rupert would be fashioned as a continuation of his newspaper baron father, Keith, but it wasn’t until the day before he died that he was convinced his son had journalism in him. He received a letter from his son, who was […]

Melissa Etheridge talks grief and healing after son Beckett’s death: ‘Is it my fault?’

“[His death] wasn’t a surprise, again, to the family,” Etheridge explained. “You hope that OK, this is the time, this is the day that he’s gonna say, ‘Yeah, I can do this. I can get through.’ So we all wished the best for him and supported him and loved him.”

How A Very Low Blood Sugar Emergency Changed One College Student’s Mind About Being Rescue Ready

Emily was 12-years-old when she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes. In the seven years since, she has learned to manage her condition by always paying attention to carbs in meals and monitoring her blood sugar levels. Growing up, Emily and her parents were vigilant about being prepared for very low blood sugar emergencies — […]

Showing ‘there is light at the end of the tunnel’ is Dr Acharya Vinod Kumar Ojha, India’s leading vedic and celebrity astrologer

Not all have equal courage to face what life serves them; some try their best in giving back to their many life challenges while others lose hope and give up straight away. They say what you see and experience in your life is all because of the good or bad deeds you do or have […]

50-year-old grandmother reveals how she achieved a RIPPED physique at 48 and is now inundated with messages from online admirers who think she is DECADES younger

‘Getting positive messages from people wanting to know what I do to keep in shape or telling me that I inspire them makes me so happy. I love to tell others my story and let them know that it’s never too late to start.’

Emmys’ Limited-Series Race Dominated by Feminist Stories

Once the bread-and-butter of unfairly ridiculed networks like Lifetime and OWN, stories about women’s battles over autonomy or recognition now make for Prestige TV. Recent Emmy stalwarts The Handmaid’s Tale, a thriller, and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, a comedy, each present a fun-mirror version of America: The former speculates about a future right wing theocratic […]