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    A pair of sisters are so close that they enjoyed a joint hen party, wedding and even honeymoon together.

    Sisters Chelsea Sherrard and Sophie Russell started planning their big days together before they were both even proposed to by now-husbands James Sherrard and Jeff Cheng.

    The pair spent £19,500 on their big day, which they say was like a ‘dream come true’.

    Choosing to be each other’s maids of honour, rather than having bridesmaids, Sophie, 32, recalled how they walked down the aisle, each taking one of their dad Steven’s arms, to Rosemary Clooney singing Sisters, saying: ‘It was simply amazing.

    ‘Sharing our hen party, wedding day and honeymoon… Read the full story


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    Hey guys, remember The Dress?

    That weird phenomenon of a photo that divided the world into team white and gold and team blue and black?

    Well, here’s another one to tear us all apart – but this time it’s all about listening rather than looking. So be warned if you’re not confident in your hearing skills.

    Here’s the basic gist: There’s a clip going round of a creepy robot voice saying… something.

    People are divided over whether that voice is saying ‘Yanny’ or ‘Laurel’. But it’s not just a simple case of disagreement. The ‘Yanny’ people are sure they’re hearing ‘Yanny’, while the ‘Laurel’ team are convinced… Read the full story


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    ***ILLUSTRATION REQUEST*** XX women and men tell us why engaged couples should have a ‘combo do’ (Almara)
    Who says brides and grooms need to celebrate separately? (Picture: Dave Anderson for Metro.co.uk)

    In less than a week, the wedding of the year will take place as Prince Harry and Meghan Markle tie the knot in front of friends, family and the rest of the world.

    Last month, you might’ve noticed some interesting news on the groom’s stag do – rumour had it Prince Harry was going to celebrate the event in a spiritual manner, foregoing the strippers and hard liquor approach in favour of a yurt weekend, with meditation and smoothies on the menu.

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    It’s ideal, isn’t it? It’s the best part of the relationship (shagging, being friends, shagging again, more shagging) without any of the icky bits (jealousy, long relationship talks, having to visit their terrible family at Christmas).

    When you don’t feel like dating seriously, a friend with benefits can be the stopgap.

    It’s casual and fantastic, and your friend Ben recommends it highly– but how on earth do you get one?

    Here, we give you a few handy tips on how to score the chill Sex Friend of your dreams.

    Don’t be horny online

    Yes, you should be clear and direct about what you’re looking for. That means that if… Read the full story


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    12 of the worst back-handed compliments that always infuriate (Harriet Noble)
    Thanks but no thanks (Picture: Ella Byworth for Metro.co.uk)

    There is usually a slight delay while the dormant cogs in your brain spring to life. Then it hits you.

    The on-the-surface delightful words delivered to your face were actually a back-handed compliment.

    METRO GRAPHICS10 women tell us about the first time they got their period

    Whether intentional or not, these little verbal rodents can be worse than actual insults.

    And, more often than not, they are to do with appearance or age.

    How often have you heard someone utter the following: ‘You look great.… Read the full story


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    A duck and her duckilngs make a surprise appearance at Babbacombe Model Village in Devon. The birds by chance walked through the popular tourist attraction to the amazement of visitors. The tiny world encompases 4 acres of award-winning gardens showcasing hundreds of model scenes, vehicles & people.
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    Nothing to see here, just some giant ducks wreaking havoc on a village.

    The ducks, to be clear, are perfectly normal size. We are not currently at risk of attack from giant ducks.

    Instead the village they waddled around is very, very small.

    A mother duck took her 12 ducklings for a guided tour of the Babbacombe Model Village in Devon,… Read the full story


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    Holland & Barrett has long been a friend of the vegan community.

    It sells Vego, seitan, non-honey covered banana chips.

    And now the health food store is going one better, by launching a fully vegan store – no collagen supplements or dairy products in sight!

    The news was revealed in an interview by The Telegraph with Peter Aldis, CEO of Holland & Barrett who told the paper that his wife has recently turned vegan.

    He says that she loves ‘the type of steak that…a good vet could bring back to life’, and yet, she’s become a vegan and now ‘has improved energy and a higher level of… Read the full story


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    Häagen-Dazs has become the latest victim of ‘shinkflation’, with tubs set to be reduced in size.

    Following on from our favourite chocolate bars being made smaller (Toblerone, anyone?), Nestle has announced that Häagen-Dazs tubs will be shrinking.

    And the smaller portions will be staying at the same price as the previous family-sized tubs, at £5.35.

    Oh good.

    Nestle, who owns the brand, has said that it has not ‘taken this decision lightly’, and that the decision is to do with rising ingredient prices, rather than nanny-state health measures.

    Last year, the Office of National Statistics found that over 2,500 products had been subject to shrinkflation over the past five years.


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    Courtney was born with cystic hygroma. (Picture: mediadrumworld.com)

    A woman who considered suicide after years of bullying for her facial cysts has shared how falling in love and embracing her looks saved her from death.

    Courtney Blackmore, 22, was born with cystic hygroma, which caused a rare growth of cysts on her face.

    She’s had 24 surgeries in her life to help her with her condition, including having a metal plate implanted and removed from her face, and her life expectancy is unknown, as her illness is destroying her body.

    Cystic hygromas can increase the risk of miscarriage, and treatment is often needed if the cysts hinder breathing or eating thanks to swelling.

    The… Read the full story


    Love Overcomes Facial CystsLove Overcomes Facial CystsellencscottJust after her surgery. THIS WOMAN was bullied severely for a condition that left her with cysts in her face and considered suicide but was saved from death by her ???guardian angel??? the dream man she first met online and is now happily married to. Courtney Blackmore (22), from California, USA, was born with cystic hygroma, a rare growth that usually appears on a baby???s neck or head. She was born with cysts on her face, which caused her to become cruelly bullied during high school, resulting in her developing suicidal thoughts in 2014 until she got to know her now husband, Chad Andrews, online and they gradually fell for each other. They have since tied the knot in October 2017 and he has become her caregiver, escorting her to her doctor???s appointments and tending to her every need. She has had over 24 surgeries in her life to help her with her condition, including a metal plate removed from her face. She has been told that due to the chronic illness she has from her birth defect, that her life expectancy is unknown as her illness is destroying her body. Courtney Blackmore / mediadrumworld.comCourtney and her husband Chad Andrews coming back from her 22nd birthday in California. THIS WOMAN was bullied severely for a condition that left her with cysts in her face and considered suicide but was saved from death by her ???guardian angel??? the dream man she first met online and is now happily married to. Courtney Blackmore (22), from California, USA, was born with cystic hygroma, a rare growth that usually appears on a baby???s neck or head. She was born with cysts on her face, which caused her to become cruelly bullied during high school, resulting in her developing suicidal thoughts in 2014 until she got to know her now husband, Chad Andrews, online and they gradually fell for each other. They have since tied the knot in October 2017 and he has become her caregiver, escorting her to her doctor???s appointments and tending to her every need. She has had over 24 surgeries in her life to help her with her condition, including a metal plate removed from her face. She has been told that due to the chronic illness she has from her birth defect, that her life expectancy is unknown as her illness is destroying her body. Courtney Blackmore / mediadrumworld.comCourtney sporting red lipstick at home. THIS WOMAN was bullied severely for a condition that left her with cysts in her face and considered suicide but was saved from death by her ???guardian angel??? the dream man she first met online and is now happily married to. Courtney Blackmore (22), from California, USA, was born with cystic hygroma, a rare growth that usually appears on a baby???s neck or head. She was born with cysts on her face, which caused her to become cruelly bullied during high school, resulting in her developing suicidal thoughts in 2014 until she got to know her now husband, Chad Andrews, online and they gradually fell for each other. They have since tied the knot in October 2017 and he has become her caregiver, escorting her to her doctor???s appointments and tending to her every need. She has had over 24 surgeries in her life to help her with her condition, including a metal plate removed from her face. She has been told that due to the chronic illness she has from her birth defect, that her life expectancy is unknown as her illness is destroying her body. Courtney Blackmore / mediadrumworld.comCourtney and her husband Chad. THIS WOMAN was bullied severely for a condition that left her with cysts in her face and considered suicide but was saved from death by her ???guardian angel??? the dream man she first met online and is now happily married to. Courtney Blackmore (22), from California, USA, was born with cystic hygroma, a rare growth that usually appears on a baby???s neck or head. She was born with cysts on her face, which caused her to become cruelly bullied during high school, resulting in her developing suicidal thoughts in 2014 until she got to know her now husband, Chad Andrews, online and they gradually fell for each other. They have since tied the knot in October 2017 and he has become her caregiver, escorting her to her doctor???s appointments and tending to her every need. She has had over 24 surgeries in her life to help her with her condition, including a metal plate removed from her face. She has been told that due to the chronic illness she has from her birth defect, that her life expectancy is unknown as her illness is destroying her body. Courtney Blackmore / mediadrumworld.comLove Overcomes Facial CystsLove Overcomes Facial CystsellencscottJust after her surgery. THIS WOMAN was bullied severely for a condition that left her with cysts in her face and considered suicide but was saved from death by her ???guardian angel??? the dream man she first met online and is now happily married to. Courtney Blackmore (22), from California, USA, was born with cystic hygroma, a rare growth that usually appears on a baby???s neck or head. She was born with cysts on her face, which caused her to become cruelly bullied during high school, resulting in her developing suicidal thoughts in 2014 until she got to know her now husband, Chad Andrews, online and they gradually fell for each other. They have since tied the knot in October 2017 and he has become her caregiver, escorting her to her doctor???s appointments and tending to her every need. She has had over 24 surgeries in her life to help her with her condition, including a metal plate removed from her face. She has been told that due to the chronic illness she has from her birth defect, that her life expectancy is unknown as her illness is destroying her body. Courtney Blackmore / mediadrumworld.comCourtney and her husband Chad Andrews coming back from her 22nd birthday in California. THIS WOMAN was bullied severely for a condition that left her with cysts in her face and considered suicide but was saved from death by her ???guardian angel??? the dream man she first met online and is now happily married to. Courtney Blackmore (22), from California, USA, was born with cystic hygroma, a rare growth that usually appears on a baby???s neck or head. She was born with cysts on her face, which caused her to become cruelly bullied during high school, resulting in her developing suicidal thoughts in 2014 until she got to know her now husband, Chad Andrews, online and they gradually fell for each other. They have since tied the knot in October 2017 and he has become her caregiver, escorting her to her doctor???s appointments and tending to her every need. She has had over 24 surgeries in her life to help her with her condition, including a metal plate removed from her face. She has been told that due to the chronic illness she has from her birth defect, that her life expectancy is unknown as her illness is destroying her body. Courtney Blackmore / mediadrumworld.comCourtney sporting red lipstick at home. THIS WOMAN was bullied severely for a condition that left her with cysts in her face and considered suicide but was saved from death by her ???guardian angel??? the dream man she first met online and is now happily married to. Courtney Blackmore (22), from California, USA, was born with cystic hygroma, a rare growth that usually appears on a baby???s neck or head. She was born with cysts on her face, which caused her to become cruelly bullied during high school, resulting in her developing suicidal thoughts in 2014 until she got to know her now husband, Chad Andrews, online and they gradually fell for each other. They have since tied the knot in October 2017 and he has become her caregiver, escorting her to her doctor???s appointments and tending to her every need. She has had over 24 surgeries in her life to help her with her condition, including a metal plate removed from her face. She has been told that due to the chronic illness she has from her birth defect, that her life expectancy is unknown as her illness is destroying her body. Courtney Blackmore / mediadrumworld.comCourtney and her husband Chad. THIS WOMAN was bullied severely for a condition that left her with cysts in her face and considered suicide but was saved from death by her ???guardian angel??? the dream man she first met online and is now happily married to. Courtney Blackmore (22), from California, USA, was born with cystic hygroma, a rare growth that usually appears on a baby???s neck or head. She was born with cysts on her face, which caused her to become cruelly bullied during high school, resulting in her developing suicidal thoughts in 2014 until she got to know her now husband, Chad Andrews, online and they gradually fell for each other. They have since tied the knot in October 2017 and he has become her caregiver, escorting her to her doctor???s appointments and tending to her every need. She has had over 24 surgeries in her life to help her with her condition, including a metal plate removed from her face. She has been told that due to the chronic illness she has from her birth defect, that her life expectancy is unknown as her illness is destroying her body. Courtney Blackmore / mediadrumworld.com

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    We’d like these dogs, this weather and…a pool (Picture: Barkshop)

    When you’ve got a dog, you just want to take them everywhere with you – a second alone is a second wasted.

    Previously, swimming pools have been an issue – if you wanted to spend a sunny afternoon lazing away on a pool float, you’d have to leave your faithful friend on the side, or have them frantically swimming beside you.

    Not anymore, for you can now get pool floats for dogs – that match the human-sized version.

    The floats are made by Barkshop and Funboy, and feature thick, puncture resistant plastic so your little friend’s claws shouldn’t cause an issue.

    They’re described as ‘flirty dog-sized… Read the full story


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    In case you hadn’t heard, gender neutral baby names are in right now.

    Maybe it’s the breaking down of gender boundaries. Maybe we just can’t be bothered to have to sort through all the girls’ names and the boys’ names in our books.

    Whatever the reason, unisex names are here, get used to it.

    If you’re keen to hop on the trend but are drawing a blank, don’t panic. We’ve got some inspiration for you.

    Online marketplace OnBuy used data from Nameberry and the ONS list of popular names in England and Wales to find out the most popular unisex names in England and Wales.

    They found that in 2016, the top… Read the full story


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    Construction workers talking at construction site
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    Anyone who has a desk job will be used to the news that sitting down all day is slowly killing us.

    To make up for it, we spend our lunchtimes slogging our guts out in the gym, cycling to work, spending our Sunday mornings in HIIT classes. And even then, that’s probably not enough to undo the 40 hours of sitting on our bums.

    But new research claims that those who are in more physically demanding jobs aren’t in a vastly better position.

    Researchers in the Netherlands claim that a ‘physical activity paradox’ exists, where exercise may only be good for you if it’s done… Read the full story


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  • 05/16/18--02:33: When did yoga lose its zen?
  • There once was a time, I believe, that yoga was the sort of thing you either did in the privacy of your bedroom, in a hippy studio or out at an ashram.

    A large part of the practice was meditation, becoming calm and at one with yourself and the world around you.

    And then, suddenly, it all kicked off and every Pure Gym started offering Vinyasa Flows and Instagram became flooded with professional acrobats masquerading as yogis.

    Yoga’s zen, in London at least, seems to have been totally disrupted.

    Of course, yoga isn’t just about the zen.

    It’s one of the most effective workouts for unscrewing tight hip flexors, for working on better posture, loosening up hamstrings, tightening the core – you name it, yoga can train it. They say that for every hour of ying practice you do (weight training, cardio, etc), you should try to do an hour of yang (stretching, mobility, breathing).

    It… Read the full story


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    As we march through life, there are a few constants.

    We eat. We sleep. We fall in love.

    And we do absurd things to our eyebrows.

    This is who we are now – a society that cannot refrain from leaving our eyebrows to do their thing. We must turn them into pencils, into bows, into ombre artworks.

    The weird brow trend picked up last year, but it will never cease.

    Case in point: Wave emoji brows.

    Yes, these are eyebrows styled to look like the wave emoji. Not the handwave (that’s a very different thing), but the waves of the ocean.

    Created by… Read the full story


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    Pistachios are the gods of nuts.

    They’re delicious salted as a snack, or unsalted and crumbled onto cakes, for a pretty yet tasty decoration.

    The only problem is their housing. While the shells are great because they stops us shovelling nuts in by the handful, they’re not great for the mess factor.

    How many times have you had to deal with the aftermath of a snack sesh, surveying a scene of pistachio shell halves on your desk/lap/armchair?

    It’s a nightmare.

    All that could be a thing of the past though if you treat yourself to this snack sorting dish, which… Read the full story


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    This week, we made full use of technology to reach around to Canada and speak to John Martinuk, who is no stranger to a bit of tech.

    Good Sex Bad Sex podcast – Can we handle casual sex?

    He works for the app ‘3Somer’, which is designed to help people find threesomes.

    We wanted to find out if it worked.

    Well, we also wanted to find out some of the juicy ins and outs of how one would go about finding a threesome, how you would approach your partner, and just what have been John’s own perils and pitfalls when it comes to bringing people together.

    Bibi Lynch: Do you think threesomes have become more popular?

    John Martinuk: I don’t think it’s so much become more popular, as it is more accessible. When you think back to 20,… Read the full story


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    The diet industry’s decades-long war against carbs has rendered bread, pasta and cereal as being off-limits for many of us.

    Plenty of eating plans have centred around cutting out carbohydrates in a bid to cut the bloat and the belly fat.

    But you know what? High fibre, wholegrain food can actually help you to lose or maintain a lower weight.

    This won’t come as a surprise to anyone who follows a whole foods approach to eating, but a secondary analysis from the University Of Wollongong has found that grain quality is key.

    A follow-up study of 377 adults looked into how the choice of grain foods impacted on their body weight.

    For every additional serve of wholegrain, high fibre… Read the full story


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    MERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: Sarah Macias. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury Press
    Sarah created breast-painting workshops after doing her own body-focused art. (Picture: Mercury Press & Media)

    There are loads of ways getting… Read the full story


    Breast painting workshops to help women honour their bodiesBreast painting workshops to help women honour their bodiesellencscottMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: Sarah Macias. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: The breast painting girls all together - Omani Hanmer at back left, Magdalena Kij back centre, Hanna Prinn back right, Roseline Busson front left, Sarah Macias at front middle, Delphine Ross? front right. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: Sarah Macias and Hanna Prinn. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: Omani Hanmer creating art. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: Magdalena Kij doing breast painting. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: An example of a breast painting. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressBreast painting workshops to help women honour their bodiesBreast painting workshops to help women honour their bodiesellencscottMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: Sarah Macias. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: The breast painting girls all together - Omani Hanmer at back left, Magdalena Kij back centre, Hanna Prinn back right, Roseline Busson front left, Sarah Macias at front middle, Delphine Ross? front right. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: Sarah Macias and Hanna Prinn. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: Omani Hanmer creating art. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: Magdalena Kij doing breast painting. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury PressMERCURY PRESS. 16/05/18. Pictured: An example of a breast painting. An art student who uses her own body to create provocative prints has set up BREAST PAINTING workshops to help women honour their bodies. Sarah Macias, 22, runs the women-only events where artists smear their boobs in paint and press them against paper to create abstract pieces. The three-hour workshops combine dancing and painting to create interactive' artwork and were launched after Sarah created a series of vagina prints and menstrual blood paintings. SEE MERCURY COPY. Photo Credit: Sarah Etasse/Mercury Press

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    Just like human food, not all dog food is created equal.

    Some is cheap and lacking in nutrients, while some is better for your health, but costs more.

    More to the point, the badly made stuff probably doesn’t taste so good – and what’s the point of a meal if it doesn’t bring joy to your senses?

    Most of us make sure that our own food is nutritious and delicious, but do we do the same for our pets?

    This question was the reason friends Kevin Glynn and David Nolan set up Butternut Box, a home-cooked food delivery service – for dogs.

    Instead of buying tins of… Read the full story


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    Pukka has been told to stop advertising their teas as ‘Detox’.

    The tea company (like many others) sells different flavoured teas under various health-benefit-sounding names like ‘Cleanse’, ‘Lean Green’ and, of course, ‘Detox’.

    But it’ll have to stop using the term in all future marketing, say the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA).

    It’s taken the decision after two people wrote in to challenge whether the tea really was a detoxifying drink.

    EU regulations demand companies only use health or nutrition claims that are registered as permissible; the word ‘detox’ isn’t.

    The brand has been told that it’ll be able to call its tea ‘Detox’ up until 2022, it won’t actually be able to describe the… Read the full story


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