IVI’s CEO and conference chair Vinod Daniel said the conference is being held at a time when largely underserved and underprivileged communities are unable to get adequate eye care due to the pandemic. “The conference hopes to address these and other issues,” he said. … [Read more...] about NGO to hold virtual conference on eye health for underprivileged
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A court heard that McGuire was on a night out at men’s social club in Leeds, West Yorkshire, on November 22 last year, when she gave a lift to one of Ms Fitzgerald’s friend’s ex-boyfriends. … [Read more...] about Woman ‘used car as a weapon’ to run down mum-of-three in ex-boyfriend dispute
Benjamin shared a striking resemblance to his late grandfather, something his mother herself once acknowledged in an interview, revealing he’d caused quite a stir when he accompanied her to a performance at the iconic Grand Ole Opry in 2012 (pictured above): “Ben does look so much like Elvis. He was at the Opry and was the quiet storm behind the stage. Everybody turned around and looked when he was over there. Everybody was grabbing him for a photo because it is just uncanny,” she said. … [Read more...] about Benjamin Keough dead: Inside life of Elvis Presley’s reclusive grandson
The movement first started in 1969 when the National Association of Advance Fat Acceptable was established. Even today it continues to strive towards making a change in the way weight issues are spoken about. In 1996, the term ‘body positive’ was first coined when a psychotherapist and a person who was undergoing treatment for eating disorders created a website known as thebodypositive.org. However, the movement as we now know it, only gained popularity in the year 2012 and was focused on debunking unrealistic standards for feminine beauty. It is during this time that the movement shifted from weight acceptance to saying that all bodies are beautiful, scars, cellulite, hair, fat and all. … [Read more...] about Body Positivity: The movement on a mission to change the way we see ourselves
Lavasani said she would rather not see such psychedelics simply added to that gray-market mix. She’s hoping for an upcoming “blue wave” in November elections that would shift the Senate to Democratic hands and smooth the path of Washington’s quest for statehood. The Democratic-controlled House approved a landmark D.C. statehood bill in June, but it faces insurmountable opposition in the Republican-held Senate. … [Read more...] about Activists seek to decriminalise ‘magic’ mushrooms in Washington D.C.