30,000 women have reported period disruption after getting a Covid jab

More than 30,000 women in Britain have now reported painful periods or irregular menstrual cycles after getting a Covid vaccine Issues including painful periods and irregular menstrual cycles were reported Most women who experienced them said their cycles quickly returned to normal Period issues were noted after receiving Pfizer, AstraZeneca and Moderna jabs Have your periods been affected by the

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EastEnders fans all have the same complaint during Gray Atkins fire rescue scenes

EASTENDERS fans were distracted and left complaining as Gray Atkins did the unthinkable in a huge fire rescue twist.  Kheerat became convinced that Gray had murdered Chantelle after her death last December but failed to prove it without any evidence.  Last night’s episode saw Kheerat taunt Gray by leaving a bunch of flowers on his doorstep on the anniversary of

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Single mum ‘won’t have money to buy kids' food or school shoes’ after Universal Credit £20 cut

SINGLE mums on Universal Credit today warned they'd struggle to pay for their kids' food and school uniform when the £20-a-week bonus ends. Hard-up claimants told MPs the extra cash as a "lifeline" and fear they face "destitution" when it's pulled within weeks.  Speaking in Parliament, the five women warned they won't be able to afford basics like heating bills.

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Emmerdale fans all have the same complaint about vicar Charles Anderson – and they want answers

EMMERDALE fans have spotted something very baffling about vicar Charles Anderson. Charles – who is played by Kevin Mathurin on the ITV soap – has become a firm favourite on the soap since arriving last year. But viewers have struggled to believe that Charles manages to squeeze in a full-time job with the amount of time he spends in the

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Covid might have ended the French 'La bise' for good

France’s ‘la bise’ gets the kiss-off: Traditional peck on each cheek could be gone for good thanks to Covid The pandemic has turned the French against the traditional kiss on the cheek Over half of the population said they were done using ‘la bise’ altogether  It is ‘exhausting, violent, and intrusive’ says the editor-in-chief of Vice France ‘La bise’, the traditional

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Brazil have lacked a centre forward since Ronaldo, but could have found a solution in Olympic star Matheus Cunha

IT IS amazing to think of Brazil having a long running problem at centre forward. But it is the plain truth. Back in 2006 everything seemed to be covered. The great Ronaldo was leaving the scene, but Adriano seemed ready to take over. But Adriano was dogged by psychological problems, the centre forward in the 2010 World Cup ended up

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‘Children have suffered enormously’: School closures leave experts divided

For our free coronavirus pandemic coverage, learn more here. A global expert in tracking coronavirus transmission among children has called for an end to Victoria’s blanket school closures during lockdowns, as has the principal of one of the schools caught up in the recent outbreak. Australian infectious diseases paediatrician Robert Booy warned that Victoria was sacrificing the health of children

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