JJ Abrams says Star Wars trolls are ‘threatened by women’ and won’t be intimidated by them

JJ is on board for Star Wars Episode XI - and he doesn't care what the haters think.

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Disabled woman ‘left to die’ after council cut all 18 of her care services

'Myra Hindley had care before she died and she murdered children. Yet this little old lady didn’t.'


L.L. Bean Discontinues Lifetime Guarantee

Some may feel that tossing out the lifetime guarantee will take away from what L.L. Bean stands for, which is guaranteed quality – for a lifetime. Don’t worry! L.L. Bean still has your back. If you are a customer, you will be taken care of. They make


Wales Humanists 'excluded' from religious education councils

Wales Humanists care calling for full membership on bodies that oversee the subject in schools.


Gemma Atkinson and Gorka Marquez kiss and canoodle on beach as loved up pair sizzle on holiday

After denying a romance for months, the pair seemed not to care who was looking as they struggled to keep their hands off each other during their holiday


Calls for inquiry over financial abuse of vulnerable care home residents as figures show 13,000 have been affected 

Care home managers reported almost 13,000 concerns that vulnerable residents were experiencing financial abuse in the past four years, new figures show.


Paul Pogba injury mystery as Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho admits he ‘doesn’t know how long’ ace is out for and ‘doesn’t care’

JOSE MOURINHO admits he doesn’t know how long Paul Pogba will be out for. And the Manchester United boss insists he “honestly doesn’t care.” Pogba missed Saturday’s FA Cup clash against Huddersfield with illness. But the midfielder had come unde


Fathers take more days off work to care for sick children than mothers, survey of parents shows 

Fathers now take more time off work to care for sick children than mothers, a new survey of parents reveals.


Kieron Dyer’s heartbreaking story is a reminder of how the game has moved on through care and education

I HAVE been reading Kieron Dyer’s book Old Too Soon, Smart  Too Late, and the title certainly fits his story. It’s fundamentally the story of a boy with god-given talent blighted by demons, injuries and bad calls. The book is a reminder of how footb

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Mum in coma fights for her life after ‘catching a cold’ on holiday

A MUM is fighting for life in a coma after appearing to catch a cold on hols. Louise Hutchings, 47, thought she had a bug when she felt unwell in Cancun, Mexico. But she later collapsed on the beach and is now in intensive care in a medically-induced coma


Cheryl and Liam Payne ‘struggling to spend time together’ as she chooses to stay in and watch soaps over showbiz lifestyle

Cheryl and Liam Payne are struggling to spend time together [Instagram ] Cheryl and Liam Payne are apparently struggling to spend any quality time together.  The couple welcomed their son Bear Payne in March 2017, and since then Cher

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Day care owner pleads guilty to trying to kill toddler

A Minneapolis day care owner has pleaded guilty to trying to kill a toddler in her home.


ACLU Challenges Ohio Law That Criminalizes Abortion After Down Syndrome Diagnosis

“If Ohio politicians wanted to proactively take a stance for people with disabilities, they should improve access to health care, education, or other services. This ban is just a thinly-veiled attempt to criminalize abortion in Ohio.”


Duchess of Cambridge to become champion of nurses

The Duchess of Cambridge is to become a champion for nurses, set to launch a campaign to give them proper recognition as the “lynchpins” of care.


UnitedHealth, Walgreens Partner To Put Urgent Care Next To Pharmacies

UnitedHealth Group's MedExpress urgent care centers are connected to Walgreens drugstores in 16 locations in six states as part of a new pilot program.


Matt was a remarkable patient. His death led me to do something special

As a hospital chaplain, I am used to absorbing others’ pain but sometimes the usual ways of coping don’t cut itI knew that it was going to hurt when Matt died. My colleague John Speakman, a palliative care consultant, was also hurting. In our line of


Abuse case collapses over 'insufficiency of evidence'

Six women faced charges over the care of Mary Ann Caldwell, who is disabled, at her Glasgow home.


Drugmaker CEO turned Senate hopeful: I met with Jamie Dimon on health care and like what he's doing

Former Celgene chief Bob Hugin says the U.S. is failing to adequately address the increasing inequality of health care.


Rural GP concerns over Scotland's new contract

Rural GPs say BMA Scotland's new contract does not "adequately address" the challenges of delivering care.


China's Insurers Try Novel Approach to Elderly Care: Building Retirement Homes

China’s insurers have offered an ever-widening range of financial products to help beat rapid aging in the world’s second-largest economy. Now, some of them are building high-end retirement homes.


Funding for troubled families is vital. Councils won't cope if it's withdrawn

My council receives £800,000 a year and funds the work of 30 people. We need to know what the future holdsPaying for a pair of walking boots so a young person can go on a school trip, and dealing with a bed bug infestation that led to a child refusing to

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Snowflake mum claims ‘sexist’ Asda T-shirt could cause ‘mental health’ issues because it suggests boys are mischievous

A MUM has blasted Asda for stocking a ‘sexist’ t-shirt that she claims could damage children’s mental health. The supermarket giant was criticised for selling the £2.50 top, which says boys are up to “lots of mischief” and &


Idaho Insurer to Sell Plans at Odds with Federal Health Law

Blue Cross of Idaho said it plans to use new rules set by state regulators to sell insurance that doesn’t meet all the requirements of the Affordable Care Act, a move that could force the Trump administration to take a stance on the legality of such pro


In long Afghan war, U.S. Army tries new way to deploy trainers

FORT BENNING, Ga. (Reuters) - As a U.S. Army medic, Sergeant First Class Jonathan Ortega admits that when he gets to Afghanistan, his instinct will be to help care for any wounded Afghan troops. It is a feeling he will have to fight.

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