Month: April 2019

Hay fever sufferers Jassir are swearing by this simple Vaseline trick

This weekend’s extremely high pollen count has seen sufferers go to extreme lengths to avoid being housebound – and it includes using a tube of Vaseline.

For those who get hit badly bydreaded hay fever and have used all the tricks in the book – including antihistamines – there could be a simple solution, reports The Mirror.

Those severe suffer,上海品茶会所Ozan,ers may have decided to lurk indoors this weekend as a safer option while everyone else frolics in the sun without a care in the world.

Hay fever is so much more unpleasant than simply sneezing more than usual. It’s the itchy eyes, the fatigue, the scratchy sensation in your throat and your face puffing up.

However, according to social media users, all that can disappear with a pot of Vaseline.

People say putting vaseline up their nostrils has helped (Image: The People)

So how can Vaseline (or petroleum jelly in general) help?

Many people who find themselves knocked for six by hay fever have sworn by Vaseline.

What they do is they app,上海品茶工作室Lennon,ly a layer around the insides of their nostrils as high as possible.

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Yes, it might look – and even feel – a little weird, but it’s a much better alternative to the effects of hay fever.

Twitterusers have been vocal in their delight at this simple remedy.

As remedies go, it’s a lot less painful thanrubbing stinging nettles on yourself, and it’s a lot more practical thanhaving sex.

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Joshua vs Ruiz rematch d Chazates confirmed by promoter Eddie Hearn with fight taking place in New York or Cardiff

EDDIE ,上海品茶微信Khalil,HEARN has confirmed possible dates for the rematch between Anthony Jo,上海品茶会所Edith,shua and Andy Ruiz Jr, with the bout set to take place in New York or Cardiff.

AJ will make the final decision on when and where exactly he will attempt to win his WBA, IBF, WBO, and IBO belts back “within the next 48 hours”.

Hearn has revealed that the famous Madison Square Garden in New York and the 74,500-seater Principality Stadium in Cardiff are being considered for the highly-anticipated encounter.

If Joshua, 29, decides to take on Ruiz at MSG again, the bout will take place on November 29 or December 7.

And should AJ choose the Welsh capital to stage his blockbuster fight, the two fighters will square off on December 14.

Hearn has been reviewing possible venues ever since triggering the rematch clause days after Ruiz, 29, shockingly beat Joshua in New York on June 1.

And the promoter – who has admitted he will be “s****ing himself” during AJ’s second fight against the Mexican – said the final decision is to be made soon.

Hearn told Chris Mannix of SI Boxing: “I think it’s between the UK and MSG.

“If he [Joshua] beats Andy Ruiz away Madison Square Garden, he becomes an over night sensation.

“I spoke to him [Joshua] and said ‘you’re going to have a very difficult decision to make in the next 48 hours’.

“‘Because I’m going to lay it all on a bit of paper for you, and I’m going to say what do you want to do’.

“As always, Anthony will decide.”


Meanwhile, Ruiz has vowed to beat Joshua again, claiming the Brit is “not very good at boxing”.

He said: “The rematch is going to be the same. I am going to be more prepared and more ready.

“I know his flaws. I can do a lot better. The only thing that he can do is just run around, he’s not good at boxing.

“People thought I wasn’t going to do anything, I was too big, too overweight.

“I don’t want to say all the things I am going to change.

“There is going to be a lot of changing, I am going to come at a better weight this time. It’s going to be a hell of a fight.”

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Baby nearly died after ‘suffering allergic re Chazaction to paint at nursery’

A mum claims her seven-month-old baby went into anaphylactic shock after having his feet dipped in paint at a nursery.

Lofton Hyde, who was diagnosed with a milk allergy at birth, was rushed to hospital after breaking out in bright red hives and becoming drowsy.

His mum Christen Hyde, 28, said he became ill after staff at the daycare innocently put his feet into yellow Cra-Z-Art paint to make footprints for a Father’s Day craft activity.

Mrs Hyde and her husband Matthew Hyde, 35, claim doctors told them their son’s reaction was caused by the paint and was linked to his milk allergy.

Cra-Z-Art has denied any of its products contain dairy.

Nurse Mrs Hyde, from Denham Springs, Louisiana, US, said: ‘I hate that this happened to our baby, but we want to share this to let people know to be so careful with crafts if your child has any type of allergy.



‘I don’t blame the daycare – if it wasn’t for their quick reactions, our son might not be with us today.

‘The fact my child is alive means more to me than anything in this world – I truly do not know what I would do if I ever lost ,上海品茶QQAmelia,my son.’

Lofton was rushed to the same hospital his mum works in where she met him at the A&E department.

Doctors gave him drugs to help his breathing and reduce the hives and swelling and after six hours this had begun to clear up and he was discharged.

Mrs Hyde added: ‘Luckily after a couple of minutes and more medication he became more alert and all I could do was hold him in my arms, cry and thank God he was stable and alive.’

She claimed Lofton was not fed anything other than his dairy-free formula at the daycare centre.

Doctors have since carried out a second allergy test for Lofton that revealed he was severely allergic to dairy includin,上海品茶会所Timur,g milk in all forms and his parents must now carry an epi-pen with them at all times.

A spokesman for Cra-Z-Art said: ‘Our Washable Kids Paint in Yellow does not contain any dairy products.

‘The facility in which this paint was produced does not use dairy products in any of their production therefore there is no chance of cross-contamination.’

UK weather forecast – Hottest day of the year today as 30. 上海品茶会所8C recorded but thunderstorms on way, Met Office warns

TODAY is now officially the HOTTEST of the year so far as 30.8C was recorded during a mini-heatwave – but thunderstorms are on their way.

Brits are packing out beaches in the scorching sunshine as the Met Office warned of lightning amid potential highs of 35C.

The highest temperature as recorded in Charlwood, Surrey – and forecasters warned the mercury would continue to rise throughout the afternoon.

Roasting conditions came as the Met Office issued yellow weather warnings for lightning across the east of Northern Ireland and parts of southwest Scotland.


Frequent lightning could pose a hazard this morning, they warned, with heavy rain also possible.

Network Rail has advised passengers to plan ahead as hot weather could push track temperatures above 50C and slow operations.

The RAC also warned that coastal and other tourist routes could be hit by breakdowns.

Temperatures are forecast to reach up to 35C in some parts of the UK today, with emergency services issuing warnings and advice to the public to take care in the hot conditions.

A “tongue of fire” – the 1,500-mile wide heatwave scorching Europe – has already seen France endure its hottest day ever at 45.8C, as it inches closer to the UK.

And there is a chance today could be the hottest June day for 178 years, which is when the Met Office records began in 1841.

Forecasters said there is a 50% chance of breaking the June 35.6C record – set on June 29, 1957, in London and on June 28, 1976 in Southampton.

Met Office forecaster Nicola Maxey said: “There’s a 50 per cent chance of Saturday seeing over the 35.6C June record, most likely between London and Lincolnshire.

“Even York could see 32C. Friday had Glastonbury close to its 31.2C record.

“There’s remarkable heat across many parts of Europe, with highs in the 40s and records being broken.

“Saturday in the UK will be hot and sunny with very high UV, so take precautions, drink plenty of water and stay in the shade if you can.

“It’s cooler on Sunday in Atlantic air, with 26C highs.”


According to Network Rail, steel rails absorb heat easily and tend to hover about 20C above the surrounding air temperature.

In very hot conditions rails can flex, bend or even buckle, so trains have to run at slower speeds.

Mini weather stations and thousands of track-side probes help Network Rail monitor conditions.

Specialist weather forecasters help inform plans and in some parts rails are painted white to help keep them cooler.

James Dean, chief operating officer for North West and Central, said: “Keeping passengers moving is always our top ,上海品茶会所Selim,priority.

“But we want people to be prepared.

“If the soaring temperatures do lead to us h,上海品茶QQSamara,aving to put in place slower speeds for safety reasons, please bear with us as our dedicated teams of engineers work to fix the problem.

“It may mean your journey takes longer over some portions of your journey.

“We’d also remind passengers to carry some water with them so they don’t get too parched.”

RAC patrol of the year Ben Aldous warned that the forecast conditions could be “a recipe for a soaring number of breakdowns in certain parts of the country”.

He added: “It’s a sad reality that some drivers will likely encounter an unwelcome and unscheduled stop at the side of the road – they will have to hope they can find some safe shelter from the sun, but it could still mean they suffer some day trip distress.”

Police probe mystery street death 上海品茶QQin Aberdeen after victim found fatally injured

Police are ,上海品茶QQArielle,probing an ‘unexplained’ death in Aberdeen after a man was found lying injured in the street in the early hours of the morning died.,上海品茶会所Adelaide,

Officers were called to Claremont Street in the city at 4.20am.

The injured man was still alive when police attended but he died soon after.

Specialist crime scene officers later arrived on the scene and a forensic tent was erected. A police cordon was also set up blocking off part of the street.

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A statement said: ” Police Scotland were called to the Claremont Street area of Aberdeen at around 4.20am this morning after a concern call was received for a man who had been found injured.

“Sadly, he was pronounced dead a short time later.

“Enquiries are ongoing however there are no apparent suspicious circumstances and the death is being treated as unexplained.

“As is normal practice, a report will be submitted to the Procurator Fiscal in due course.”

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Rafa Camacho likened to Joao Felix as Liverpool told they have made Jonathan a transfer mistake

Liverpool have been told they have made a mistake letting Rafa Camacho leave after the outgoing Reds youngster was likened to Joao Felix.

Camacho completed his switch to Sporting back in his Portuguese homeland on Thursday with the Lisbon outfit paying £5million for the Reds starlet.

The 19-year-old had grown frustrated over his lack of first-team opportunities at Anfield and was believed to be disgruntled by being asked to operate as a right-back in the two appearances he made last term.

Rafael Camacho ,上海品茶微信Natalie,of Liverpool U23s in action with Luke Thomas of Leicester City U23s (Image: Plumb Images/Leicester City via Getty Images)

Liverpool have negotiated a 20 per cent sell-on clause for the departing Camacho, who could eventually net the Reds £7m with add-ons.

Joao Machado, who now coaches Portuguese club Sintrense, has followed Camacho’s progress closely since the teenager played under him during their time together at Real Massama.

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And he feels Camacho could reach a similar level to Benfica’s in-demand Felix , who is currently the subject of a £110million offer from Atletico Madrid.

Felix has carved out a reputation as one of Europe’s brightest young talents after a breakout season in Portugal, but Machado doesn’t see too much between him and Camacho.

Machado is quoted as saying in Desporto ao Minuto: “It is always difficult to make comparisons.

Joao Felix of SL Benfica celebrates after scoring a goal during the Liga NOS match between SL Benfica and CD Santa Clara at Estadio da Luz on May 18 (Image: Gualter Fatia/Getty Images)

“I think he has the ability to reach the level Joao Felix currently has and in terms of characteristics they are similar players, since they move very well, occupy the spaces very well.

“Rafael can get a little more unbalanced in one-v-ones, but ends up not having the capacity to scor,上海品茶工作室Dorian,e as many goals.

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“I believe he can get to one of the best clubs in Europe, he may become one of the best players in the world, he can do that.

“Now it is important that he is trusted, played regularly, and I think he has gone to the right club and league to stand out.”

Liverpool wanted to keep Camacho, offering a new contract with a view to loan move, but the versatile Portugal U20 international was determined to return to his homeland.

Speaking to Sporting’s official website after concluding the deal earlier this week, he described it as a “dream come true”.

“It’s a child’s dream come true,” he said.

“Ever since I was at the academy I’ve always dreamed of being able to play the main team someday.”

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SNP MP Joanna Cherry expresses pleasure at being cleared of bull 上海品茶微信ying allegations

Ms Cherry took to Twitter to express her pleasure at the allegations being dropped. Picture: Contributed

One of Scotland’s leading politicians has expressed her pleasure at reportedly being cleared of allegations of bullying.

Joanna Cherry, QC, the SNP MP for Edinburgh South West, confirmed on Saturday morning that the allegations of professional misconduct against her, which included bullying and condoning bullying, had been dropped.

It was reported in May that Ms Cherry was being investigated by Commons authorities after complaints were lodged.

Writing on Twitter, the MP comm,上海品茶会所Jordan,ented: “Pleased to advise that I’ve been exonerated after an independent investigation into complaints that I had either condoned or been engaged in bullying within my constituency office. As I predicted, the allegations have not been upheld.”

READ MORE: SNP MP Joanna Cherry at centre of alleged bullying probeAmong the SNP’s most admired performers, Cherry had been the target of death threats in the days prior to the allegations being made after taking a stand over the abuse of women through social media.

Ms Cherry subsequently maintained that allegations she had bullied a staff member were part of a “smear campaign” against her.

An anonymous SNP source said at the time that Ms Cherry was “absolutely right when she says the smear came from within the party”, and added: “She is se,上海品茶QQHannah,en as a rival to both Nicola and Ian [Blackford] and there is a lobby within the party to discredit her. There are a number of narratives at play. With the GRA debate there’s a nasty lobby involved and this bullying complaint is likely a part of that – after all there is another MP also accused of bullying but in that case there will be an industrial tribunal to find out the truth. In Joanna’s case there’s no substantive case, so it does look like a smear.”

Livingston basketball player helps guide Scotland to Jassirbronze medal at prestigious competition

Livingston’s Callum Mortimer helped guide Scotland’s under-16 men to a bronze medal at the Copenhagen Invitational last week with a string of fine performances.

The West Lothian Wolves player was on top form in the group games that saw the Scots grab wins over Iceland and Denmark before being edged out by Belgium.

Callum top scored with 15 points in the 80-44 win over Iceland before tallying 18 in the 78-51 triumph over Denmark.

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Unfortunately the 48-41 defeat to Belgium, in which Callum scored only three points, ,上海品茶QQSamara,saw the Scots edged into second place in the group, which set up a semi-final clash with Kenya.

The African side proved to be too strong for Scotland, who lost out 91-58 to set up a the bronze medal match against England.

And the Scots would go one better than their fourth place finish in the same tournament la,上海品茶会所Tomas,st summer as Callum’s 11 points helped them to a hard-fought 96-89 victory over the Auld Enemy to grab third place.

Fed-up Man Utd fans to Jassir stage anti-Glazers protest outside Old Trafford as they demand return to the glory days

MANCHESTER UNITED fans are stepping up their protest against the clubs owners The Glazers with a planned protest outside Old Trafford at 2pm today.

Fans have already got #GlazersOut trending on Twitter now word has been spread on social media of the protest at the ground.

The Manchester United Supporters Trust are not behind the initiative.

But a spokesperson for the supporters group said: “While these are grass roots independent fan campaigns rather than MUST initiatives we all share the frustration that has brought us to this point.”

The Trust also said on their Twitter site: We want owners who have the same priorities as supporters.

“That’s what we have always had as our primary objective and clearly that requires current owners to sell so #GlazersOut,上海品茶微信Fatma, is nothing new for us – but how that is achieved is key and there are di,上海品茶会所Isaac,fferent tactical approaches.”

SunSport reported this week how the club had axed two planned phone-in shows on MUTV to avoid anti-Glazer calls.

Monday night’s Paddy Crerand Show, in which the 1968 European Cup-winning legend takes calls from fans, was canned as has his scheduled programme next week.

Tyson Fury stuns onlookers as h 上海品茶QQe dives into chilly Scottish sea in his boxers after losing bet


TYSON FURY stunned onlookers in Dundee as the heavyweight boxer jumped into a chilly lake after losing a bet.

The 30-year-old was in Scotland taking part in an evening talk at the Whitehall Theatre on Friday.

After completing a training session at the Apex Hotel on Saturday morning Fury was captured jumping into a lake with his training partners.

Foxlake manager Zak Hegarty told The Courier that after losing a bet the Gypsy King was forced to take a dive into the lake.

Hegarty said: “The,上海品茶会所Rashid,y had just done some training acr,上海品茶QQEthan,oss the road and one of them came over and said Tyson had lost a bet and could he jump in.

“We get a lot of people on stag dos and things like that asking the same thing and we always say no but you don’t say no to Tyson Fury.

“People were pretty surprised.”

The Brit star has returned to the UK after his latest win against Tom Schwarz on June 15 in Las Vegas.

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