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    Chrissy Teigen lost several caps in a snacking mishap. Chrissy Teigen/Instagram/Twitter Chrissy Teigen has lost not one, but four teeth while eating a fruit roll-up. She previously told a fan that while they were temporary caps, she loved them like real teeth. An orthodontist told Insider that the best way to avoid losing caps is routine dental care. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Chrissy Teigen's dental injuries from a fruit roll-up mishap may have been more extensive than previously reported. She didn't lose one tooth while enjoying her snack — it was actually four.  On January 21, Teigen shared in a Twitter video that she'd lost a tooth while eating candy. Teigen clarified in a follow-up tweet that it was actually a cap but that she "loved him like he was a real tooth." More recently, during an appearance on "The Ellen Show" on Monday, Teigen...
    Congresswoman Jackie Speier (D- CA) previewed the Trump impeachment trial on Monday and said Americans need to understand better how dire the situation was. The second impeachment trial of Donald Trump is set to officially begin on Tuesday, and both the House impeachment managers and the former president’s defense team have already laid out what they intend to argue. Andrea Mitchell spoke with Speier and recalled how the congresswoman was at the center of another horrific event many years ago — the Jonestown shooting. She asked Speier if living through the Capitol riots brought back memories of it. “I was in the gallery, and it was frightening to experience that pounding on the doors,” Speier said. “We had to get gas masks out. I was shaking as I was tearing open the pouch. Then we had to control under the railings to get to the other side.” She described hearing...
    ALEXANDRIA Ocasio-Cortez was ‘prepared for the possibility’ of losing her life during the riots on the Capitol which saw Trump supporters storm the building.  Five people lost their lives in the riots, which were incited by Trump on Wednesday as Congress formally approved President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. 3Inside the halls of the Capitol during the riots, Ocasio-Cortez said she and others were prepared for the possibility of dyingCredit: Reuters 3Supporters of President Donald Trump protest as U.S. Capitol Police officers shoot tear gas at demonstratorsCredit: AP:Associated Press The congresswoman said she and colleagues had made inquiries into security protocol for Wednesday after intelligence revealed a march was planned in Washington DC.  They had been assured that rioters would not find their way onto the Plaza, let alone near the building. Inside the halls of the Capitol during the riots, she and others were prepared for the possibility of dying, Ocasio-Cortez...
    Former actor and Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle on Wednesday (local time) revealed that she suffered a miscarriage in July this year. According to Variety, Markle revealed about the miscarriage in a New York Times op-ed titled ‘The Losses We Share,’ where she also called on people to be more empathetic towards each other. In the op-ed article, Markle penned down the events of an ordinary July morning that turned out to be a nightmare for her and her husband Prince Harry. Meghan Markle Apparently Embarrassed Prince Harry When She Announced Her Pregnancy – Find Out How “After changing [son Archie’s] diaper, I felt a sharp cramp. I dropped to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the cheerful tune a stark contrast to my sense that something was not right. I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was...
    A woman who spent the COVID-19 pandemic losing a whopping 140lbs in just eight months is convinced that her stunning weight loss helped her recover when she caught the virus. Angelina Toppi, 24, from Harper County, Maryland, had gone from a massive 320lbs to 180lbs before she tested positive for coronavirus in October. 'If I was as big as I had been, I think my symptoms and the length of them would have been far worse,' she said.  Then and now: Angelina Toppi, 24, from Harper County, Maryland, went from 320lbs to 180lbs in eight months during the coronavirus pandemic  New woman: Angelina caught COVID-19 in October but was able to recover at home. She believes her symptoms would have been 'far worse' if she hadn't had lost the weight Luckily, Angelina did not have to go to the hospital and recovered at home. 'My symptoms...
    CHRISSY Teigen opened up about losing her son Jack in an honest and eye-opening essay. The model and her husband, John Legend revealed the tragic news on social media September 30. 1 The 34-year-old took to the online publishing platform Medium to speak out as she started: "I had no idea when I would be ready to write this. Part of me thought it would be early on, when I was still really feeling the pain of what happened. "I thought I would sit in the corner of my bedroom with the lights dimmed, just rolling off my thoughts. I’d have a glass of red wine, cozy up with a blanket, and finally get the chance to address 'what happened.'" Chrissy then touched on the support she's received as "each been read with our own teary eyes." More to come. Most read in CelebrityOVER THE DRAMATeen Mom Chelsea says...
    CHRISSY Teigen’s mom, Pepper, broke down in tears as she said an emotional goodbye after losing her grandson, Jack.  On Wednesday, the 34-year-old Cravings mogul shared the heartbreaking announcement that she and husband John Legend lost their baby boy.  11Chrissy's mom, Pepper, sobbed as she said goodbye to her grandson, JackCredit: Instagram 11Chrissy shared that she lost her baby boy in a heartbreaking Instagram postCredit: Instagram/Chrissy Teigen 11John and Chrissy remembered baby Jack with emotional photosCredit: Instagram/Chrissy Teigen Pepper posted a gut-wrenching video on Thursday taken from the Cedars Sinai hotel room. As two nurses held the fetus, Pepper began to sob and bowed her head and prayed in her native language, Thai.  She also held the little one wrapped up in a blanket before having to say one final farewell.  “My heart aches love you so much baby Jack,” she captioned the post alongside an angel emoji. 11Pepper held...
    Calif. wildfires: Entire city of Calistoga evacuated Amazon Prime Day Starts October 13—Heres Everything You Need to Know Jordyn Woods Says She and Boyfriend Karl-Anthony Towns Connected About Losing a Parent Jordyn Woods is opening up about how tragic losses brought her and Karl-Anthony Towns together. © Provided by People Jordyn Woods Instagram Jordyn Woods and Karl-Anthony Towns The model, 23, opened up about her relationship with the Minnesota Timberwolves player, 24, during an interview with Extra while discussing her upcoming BET movie, Trigger. Woods explained that after she went Instagram official with Towns, people shamed her for the caption she wrote on her post, which reads: ″I found you, then I found me.″ ″I just think that when you find the right one, you can learn even more about yourself,″ Woods explained to Extra. ″It's about learning to evolve with someone. The right person will bring a lot...
    SAN ANTONIO – Editor’s note: This content was created exclusively for KSAT Explains, a new, weekly streaming show that dives deep into the biggest issues facing San Antonio and South Texas. Watch past episodes here and download the free KSAT-TV app to stay up on the latest. Thalia Vazquez, 17, is one of thousands who rely on public transportation to get to her job. Vazquez, who is also a senior at Thomas Jefferson High School, was forced to get a job in July after her mother lost her job due to the coronavirus pandemic. She lives in an apartment with her father, who is disabled, her mother, her younger sister and her grandparents. They all rely on the $120 she makes every two weeks to help make ends meet. “It’s my senior year, and I have to teach my little sister and I teach myself because my mom is out...
    Actress Alyssa Milano has opened up about her battle with COVID-19, saying she is now experiencing hair loss as a result of the coronavirus. In a video posted to Twitter on Sunday, Milano brushed through her hair to show it falling out, in clumps. "Thought I'd show you what #Covid19 does to your hair. Please take this seriously," Milano wrote in the caption. She shared the video to spread a simple message. "Wear a damn mask," she said. Thought I’d show you what #Covid19 does to your hair. Please take this seriously. #WearADamnMask #LongHauler pic.twitter.com/H0wCmzYswV— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) August 9, 2020 The actress is not the only person to report hair loss as a result of COVID-19. While it is not a symptom on the CDC's official list, a recent survey found about 26% of people with long-term coronavirus symptoms said they experienced hair loss. Get Breaking News Delivered to...
    (CNN)Alyssa Milano revealed on Twitter Sunday that she is dealing with hair loss after testing positive for Covid-19 antibodies.The actress has been battling symptoms of the virus since March, when she said she began experiencing fever and headache. "Thought I'd show you what #Covid19 does to your hair," Milano tweeted along with the video. "Please take this seriously."In the video she shows her clean detangling brush before brushing her wet hair."I just wanted to show you the amount of hair that is coming out of my head as a result of Covid," Milano said in the video.Read MoreHolding up a large clump of hair in front of the camera she added, "One brushing, this is my hair loss from Covid-19. Wear a d*** mask."Thought I'd show you what #Covid19 does to your hair. Please take this seriously. #WearADamnMask #LongHauler pic.twitter.com/H0wCmzYswV— Alyssa Milano (@Alyssa_Milano) August 9, 2020 In an interview with...
    Rich Fury/Getty Images "Charmed" actress Alyssa Milano says she has tested positive for coronavirus antibodies. She twice tested negative for the virus in March, then fell extremely ill in early April. Her symptoms included a headache, fever, fatigue, loss of smell and appetite, and difficulty breathing. She cautioned followers that antibody tests vary widely in how accurate they are, and delays in testing are still an issue.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Actress Alyssa Milano, of hit TV shows "Charmed" and "Melrose Place," told fans she has tested positive for coronavirus antibodies after an intense illness during which she lost 9 pounds.  The star described her experience on Instagram Wednesday, revealing she twice tested negative for the coronavirus in March, then fell severely sick for 2 weeks in early April. Posting a picture of herself April 2, at which point, she said, she "basically had every...
    Roger Sollenberger July 10, 2020 2:30AM (UTC) Fox News host Laura Ingraham reportedly has her eyes on the microphone of Presidential Medal of Freedom honoree and former Sleep Number mattress advocate Rush Limbaugh should President Donald Trump come up short on Election Day. Ingraham — who has been called a "Neo-Nazi fan favorite" by Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y.; a "white supremacist" by Rep. Joaquin Castro, D-Texas; and a "monster" and a "racist" by her own brother — allegedly told a group of dinner guests recently that "we have to be prepared for Trump losing." : The mealtime banter took place in recent weeks at the Palm Beach mansion of Elizabeth Ailes, the widow of dead Fox News kingpin and alleged sexual assaulter Roger Ailes, Vanity Fair reported Wednesday. Ingraham apparently told fellow diners that she had been in talks to take Limbaugh's place if Stage 4 lung cancer forces him to hang up his mic.  "Laura's really interested in Rush's job," an individual close to Ingraham reportedly told Vanity Fair. A Trump loss could compel the Murdochs, Roger...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — When you lose your debit card, you usually get a replacement in the mail with your money still on it. But a Calumet City woman said that was not the case for her, and a company with a history of problems has held onto hundreds of dollars of her money for months. CBS 2’s Tim McNicholas took Danina Moody’s problems to the company, and two a financial expert. Moody doesn’t have a crystal ball, but by now, she can predict what the RushCard customer service reps will send her when she reaches out. “She’s actually going to say the same thing that all of them say,” Moody said. “She’s going to say she doesn’t see anything. They have not received the documents.” The documents RushCard wants from Moody include copies of her ID and Social Security number, as she tries to get a replacement for a prepaid...
    KOREATOWN, LOS ANGELES -- A family who lost two family members to COVID-19 is in desperate need of a lung transplant for their mother due to the virus.The Kim's are a tight-knit family living in Koreatown in Los Angeles, California. Hannah, 22, says they were happy up until two months ago.Hannah says her family became infected with COVID-19 and didn't know it.Hannah and her 17-year-old brother Joe had mild symptoms, a cough and sore throat. But she says COVID-19 hit her parents and her grandmother hard."She couldn't breathe and that was the same for my dad," Hannah says. "They both couldn't breathe."Her father, Timothy, an acupuncture doctor and pastor, died in the hospital. He was 68."I love my dad so much, my brother loves my dad so much and we think about him every single day," Hannah says.The novel coronavirus also took the life of her 85-year-old grandmother one week...
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