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Neetu Kapoor’s story may make you want to try this remedy too.

The year of the pandemic has made a huge impact on mental health of many people. Mental wellness has become the utmost priority in these testing times. This new shift of perspective has thus brought the focus onto anxiety, depression and stress. It is best to consult a qualified doctor for the right treatment and avoid over-the-counter medications and treatments. However, there are some home remedies which are known to relieve the body of stress and anxiety. These are ingredients which can be easily found in the kitchen

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A Kids ‘R’ Kids preschool in Roswell, Georgia is under fire after footage surfaced of their ill-treatment of Black students.

On Wednesday (April 7), a man named Marquis took to Instagram to share an image of his son’s classroom. In the photo, all the white students were seen with plates in front of them. The Black children, however, appeared to be waiting for some food.

“This is truly unbelievable. You better know this won’t be the last time you hear from me on this,” he penned in a caption. “Why does every white kid have their food? Not one Black

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“Cooking Hawaiian Style” host Lanai Tabura (right) learns how Maui Historical Society Executive Director Sissy Lake-Farm makes Maui-style fried saimin while taping a show Wednesday at Kula Country Farms and Kaonoulu Ranch. The Maui News / MATTHEW THAYER photos

KULA — Sissy Lake-Farm had an ace up her sleeve while making Maui-style fried saimin during Wednesday’s taping of “Cooking Hawaiian Style.”

During production breaks, the executive director of the Maui Historical Society received helpful coaching from her husband, retired Maui firefighter Kyle Farm. Frying saimin is something he and fellow firefighters perfected in firehouse kitchens through the years. The key,

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Elderslie Farm is now offering a more casual outdoor evening dining experience in addition to its multi-course, reservation-only dinners.

Elderslie Farm — the idyllic venue at 3501 E. 101st. St. North in Kechi that includes a fine dining restaurant, an outdoor cafe, a creamery with a gelato shop and blackberry picking in the summer — has recently reopened after a second COVID-19 hiatus.

The Bramble Cafe, which offers breakfast items outdoors near the blackberry bramble, is now open on Saturday mornings from 9 a.m. to noon. And Elderslie Restaurant, which offers reservation-only, multi-course farm-to-table dinners, is back

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You’ve received your precious COVID vaccine, got the sore arm to prove it, and now all you want to do is sit down with a beer and watch reruns of Real Housewives while waiting for your immune system to do its thing. While your city’s hottest club may be wherever they’re giving out the shots, you might want to wait to drink alcohol after your COVID vaccine.

“There is no data that proves drinking alcohol before or after receiving any of the FDA-authorized COVID vaccines can impact its efficacy or create additional side effects,” Dr. Robert Quigley, M.D., global

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It’s been four years since the most epic party that was supposed to ever happen…never happened. Yup, I’m talking about the infamous Fyre Festival that was founded (but never actually executed) by Billy McFarland and rapper Ja Rule. Although it’s been a while since many documentaries came out that continued to pique the public’s curiosity about what happened behind the scenes, now a famous tweet of the food served during the “festival” is being sold online.

ICYMI: Fyre Festival was a music festival set to take place in the spring of 2017 on the Great Exuma island in the Bahamas.

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