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Day: May 27, 2019

Reasons your period might be irregular
Featured, Life Style

Reasons your period might be irregular

    While periods aren't known for being the most popular time of the month, there are numerous health benefits to menstruating. Your monthly cycle can be a useful indicator that your body is functioning normally, and can highlight any changes in your health. So what does it mean if your periods don't arrive like clockwork? Dr Helen Webberley, the GP for Oxford Online Pharmacy working with teen site betty, gives us the lowdown on the important health changes that an irregular period can highlight: 1.Hormonal imbalance Women tend to menstruate every 21-35 days. If you do not have regular periods it could be a sign that your hormones are out of balance, which can lead to the symptoms commonly associated with PMT, including headaches, mood swings, night sweats, fatigue...
Sajid Javid joins race to replace May as Tory leader
Featured, United Kingdom

Sajid Javid joins race to replace May as Tory leader

    Sajid Javid has become the latest Conservative to declare he is standing for the party leadership, telling party members: First and foremost, we must deliver Brexit. The home secretary made his announcement on Monday in a video posted on Twitter. He said: As last night’s results made all too clear, we must get on and deliver Brexit, adding it was important to restore trust, bring unity, and create new opportunities across the UK. Javid is the latest entrant in a crowded field. His announcement came after another candidate, Dominic Raab, challenged his rivals to take part in a televised debate amid concerns it could further expose gaping divisions across the party. In a statement issued after dramatic electoral losses to the Brexit party, the bookmakers’ second favo...
Refugee hides in car’s glove box in a bid to enter Europe
Europe, Featured

Refugee hides in car’s glove box in a bid to enter Europe

    These astonishing images show just how desperate migrants are to get into Europe. They capture the moment border police found a man in his twenties squeezed behind a car dashboard, trying to enter Spain’s North African enclave of Melilla. Officers said three vehicles were stopped in Beni-Enzar, Morocco, in the space of three hours on Saturday. Shocking pictures also showed a stowaway hidden in an engine compartment Border Police said they found another illegal migrant behind a car's rear seats, and a fourth in a dangerous position in a dumper truck, where they were in danger of being crushed. The migrants, including a 15-year-old girl, were rescued from their cramped surroundings and two of the men, aged 20 and 21, had to receive medical treatment. Border police...