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Have you ever seen the woman pocketed and pitted by unattractive dimples at the beach or swimming pool with thighs? Spongy bumps and dips blemished skin that gives it an orange peel look. It’s cellulite.
Cellulite is humiliating, demoralizing, and unhealthy.
If you are desperate to get tight, toned, sexy hips and thighs, cellulite will rob you of your self-confidence. For you, this is a solution.
In the case of cellulite, the dreadful part is that to be a victim of cellulite you don’t even have to be overweight. Even individuals who are slim and slender suffer from this disease.
Typical fat settles in all parts of the body, but cellulite gravitates to particular fields such as:-Buttocks -Thighs-Ankles-As well as the internal parts of the upper arms Hips-Belly Cellulite is a prospective precursor to some other health issues, including varicose blood vessels and broken blood vessels.
Cellulite can be detected by an simple test.
Compress the fabric between the finger and thumb, or between two palms. You will see hideous’ orange peel ‘ designs on the skin if cellulite happens.
Cellulite creation: Muscles in our body are covered with fatty connective tissue cushioning. This is definitely enclosed by a liquid that feeds and helps to eliminate waste. Whenever all systems function in harmony, the efficient extraction of waste products accumulating in this specific liquid is generally done. However, it thickens and solidifies into pockets when waste begins to increase within this liquid.
This forms “cottage cheese” grooves. “Particular contributing variables contribute to the growth of cellulite: -Inactivity-Bowel issues plus digestive issues -Inadequate consumption of water-Poor diet-Hormone cycles-Pregnancy Cellulite growth may begin in adolescence.
Although cellulite is not hereditary, bad diet plans are carried from parents to kids.
In order to restore the skin’s soft contours, you will want to loosen the trapped waste material and wipe it out of the body.
Even the connective tissue provides loosening and restoring to its initial elasticity.
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HAZELWOOD, Mo. – The Hazelwood School District has experienced a “districtwide network malfunction” Tuesday morning causing bus routes to be delayed.
The district said it has also impacted multiple computer systems and not only are bus routes delayed but “other services may be delayed.”
They said they are “working to identify all the systems impacted” in order to solve the problem.
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ST. CHARLES COUNTY, Mo. – St. Charles County schools are changing how they deal with COVID tracing Tuesday morning.
Schools can now decide when students who are quarantined can return to the classroom as long as they wear a mask. St. Charles County Executive Steve Ehlman said health officials and school districts will have more discretion in setting contact tracing and quarantine guidelines.
The council tabled a resolution that would have eliminated quarantine orders for schools. The measure would have left those rules up to individual school boards. The St. Charles County Council also voted unanimously to approve a resolution opposing any federal COVID vaccine mandates.
With the first month of the 2021 season complete, several Pac-12 teams face daunting climbs to the six-win mark needed for bowl eligibility.
Arizona looks utterly and completely doomed, and Colorado isn’t far behind. The Buffaloes are dead last in the country in scoring against FBS opponents (6.7 points per game).
A few others have shown enough life at various points to make mini-winning streaks possible. It doesn’t take much for the bowl math to improve, but with each passing week, margin for error slips away.
We envision at least one team falling a single victory short of the postseason requirement and looking back on a bungled September opportunity against a Group of Five or FCS opponent as the fateful result.
The top contenders for that unfortunate end-game are Washington (the loss to Montana), Washington State (to Utah State), Cal (to Nevada) and Utah (to San Diego State).
For the first time, the Hotline’s bowl projections include the remaining schedule for each team in order to provide context on the road ahead.
College Football PlayoffTeam: Oregon (4-0/1-0)Home games (four): Cal, Colorado, Washington State, Oregon StateRoad games (four): Stanford, UCLA, Washington, UtahComment: In the event they finish as a one-loss Pac-12 champion and need a boost to their CFP candidacy, the Ducks would want to face the highest-ranked team possible from the South in Las Vegas. Only ASU and UCLA currently have one loss. Oregon needs the winner of this weekend’s showdown in the Rose Bowl to keep rolling.
Rose Bowl (vs. Big Ten)Team: UCLA (3-1/1-0)Home games (four): ASU, Oregon, Colorado, CalRoad games (four): Arizona, Washington, Utah, USCComment: If Oregon jumps into the CFP, everyone else would move up one rung, with the Rose Bowl taking the highest-ranked team available. The UCLA-ASU winner on Saturday night will have a significant advantage considering the selection committee’s emphasis on head-to-head results.
Alamo Bowl (vs. Big 12)Team: Arizona State (3-1/ 1-0)Home games (four): Stanford, Washington State, USC, ArizonaRoad games (four): UCLA, Utah, Washington, Oregon StateComment: The Sun Devils were hardly impressive in their only road game thus far (at BYU), and all four remaining trips are difficult. (The visits to Seattle and Corvallis are back-to-back in November.) But the home schedule creates multiple pathways to the six-win mark.
Las Vegas Bowl (vs. Big Ten)Team: Oregon State (3-1/ 1-0)Home games (four): Washington, Utah, Stanford, ASURoad games (four): Washington State, Cal, Colorado, OregonComment: The victory at USC tilted the bowl math in OSU’s favor, effectively offsetting its loss at Purdue. The Beavers need three more wins for their first postseason berth since 2013 and, at this point, should be favored in at least six games. They couldn’t have asked for better positioning at the start of October.
Holiday Bowl (vs. ACC)Team: Utah (2-2/1-0)Home games (four): ASU, UCLA, Oregon, ColoradoRoad games (four): USC, Oregon State, Stanford, ArizonaComment: Of note in the Pac-12 bowl selection process: The Alamo, Las Vegas and Holiday bowls are not required to invite teams based on order-of-finish; they can skip one for another so long as there isn’t more than a one-game difference in conference record. But starting with the Sun Bowl, teams are slotted based strictly on conference record.
Sun Bowl (vs. ACC)Team: Washington (2-2/1-0)Home games (four): UCLA, Oregon, ASU, Washington StateRoad games (four): Oregon State, Arizona, Stanford, ColoradoComment: The bowl math hasn’t turn indisputably positive just yet for the Huskies, especially given recent history: They have lost six in a row at Stanford and four of their last six at Arizona and were awful in Boulder in 2019. It’s not difficult to sketch a scenario in which UW has five wins entering the Apple Cup.
LA Bowl (vs. Mountain West)Team: Stanford (2-2/1-1)Home games (five): Oregon, Washington, Utah, Cal, Notre DameRoad games (three): ASU, Washington State, Oregon StateComment: The rugged September schedule provides a back-end bonus with just three remaining road games. A victory over Oregon this weekend would reconfigure the math while a loss would likely turn Washington, Utah and Cal into must-win games. And all three are quite winnable.
ESPN bowl (Gasparilla, Armed Forces or First Responders)Team: USC (2-2/1-2)Home games (four): Utah, Arizona, UCLA, Brigham YoungRoad games (four): Colorado, Notre Dame, ASU, CalComment: For all their deficiencies, the Trojans have a reasonable path into the postseason due to a manageable upcoming schedule: It pays to play in the same division as Colorado and Arizona. Win those, and they should cobble together the fifth and sixth victories somewhere, somehow.
Non-qualifierTeam: Arizona (0-4/0-1)Home games (four): UCLA, Washington, Cal, UtahRoad games (four): Colorado, USC, Washington State, ASUComment: Spoiler alert: The Wildcats have taken on the role of spoiler. Even if Jordan McCloud provides a significant lift, they won’t win more than three games. More likely, the Wildcats finish 2-10 or 1-11.
Non-qualifierTeam: Cal (1-3/0-1)Home games (four): Washington State, Colorado, Oregon State, USCRoad games (four): Oregon, Arizona, Stanford, UCLAComment: Combine the five-point home loss to Nevada with the two-point road loss to TCU and the overtime loss at Washington, and the Bears have missed more opportunities than any team in the conference. That triple-whammy of wasted chances couldn’t possibly come back to haunt them, could it?
Non-qualifierTeam: Colorado (1-3/0-1)Home games (four): USC, Arizona, Oregon State, WashingtonRoad games (four): Cal, Oregon, UCLA, UtahComment: If the offense simply made incremental improvement, CU’s prospects for victory would increase exponentially. But the schedule is a huge problem: The Buffs need to win five out of eight and play UCLA and Oregon on the road. They need a Flatirons miracle.
Non-qualifierTeam: Washington State (1-3/0-2)Home games (four): Oregon State, Stanford, Brigham Young, ArizonaRoad games (four): Cal, ASU, Oregon, WashingtonComment: At this point, the best-case scenario for WSU is an Apple Cup victory that eliminates the Huskies from the bowl race. Because we can’t find five wins for the Cougars within that lineup of eight, not given the way BYU’s playing.
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ST. LOUIS – Another unseasonably warm day is on tap for the Bi-state area Tuesday with plenty of sunshine and lighter winds. Temperatures will warm through the 70s Tuesday morning up to near 90 Tuesday afternoon with slightly high temperatures in the city. Tuesday night will be mainly clear with a low in the upper-60s.
Wednesday will start sunny, but some clouds will begin to fill in during the afternoon. High temperatures will reach the upper-80s.
Unsettled weather in the form of scattered showers and some spotty storms will be the rule Thursday through Sunday. These will not be all-day rains, but there will be rain around at times each day into the weekend.
ST. LOUIS – Busch Stadium will be rocking Tuesday night as the Cardinals return home with a historic winning streak and a chance to make the playoffs.
It’s fair to call this the calm before the Cardinal nation storm. You can bet Redbird fans will give the team a huge welcome home ovation when they take the field Tuesday night against the Brewers.
The Cardinals extended their winning streak to 16 games with a 4-2 victory over the Cubs on Sunday at Wrigley Field. The Redbirds’ 16 game winning streak is the longest in franchise history and the longest by any National League team since 1951. In addition to trying to keep the streak going, the Cardinals can also clinch a playoff birth as the second wildcard team with a win Tuesday.
One more win will ensure the Cardinals play at least one post-season game. That wildcard game is scheduled for Wednesday, October 6 and the Cardinals would be on the road playing either the Dodgers or the Giants.
Cardinals playoff tickets for a potential National League Divisional Series go on sale at noon Tuesday. If the Cardinals make the NLDS as a wild card team, they would host game three on Monday, October 11 and game four, if necessary, on Tuesday, October 12. Tickets for potential NLDS playoff games start at just $20. They are available at cardinals.com/postseason or by calling 314-345-9000.
A wildfire sparked above Silverthorne on Monday, prompting a scramble of firefighting, aerial attacks and evacuations.
While the blaze immediately threatens no homes, evacuations were underway within an hour of the fire’s first reports. As of Tuesday morning, the upper and lower Hamilton Creek neighborhoods have been evacuated, with those in the adjacent Angler Mountain Ranch and South 40 neighborhoods were placed under a pre-evacuation notice.
“Our top priority is public safety,” said Summit County Sheriff Jaime FitzSimons in a news release. “We prefer to err more on the side of caution and make sure that we have everybody out before there is an imminent threat.”
The Ptarmigan fire is primarily on White River National Forest property, burning heavy mixed timber, including dense stands of dead-standing and downfall lodgepole pines. So far, it has scarred between 25 and 40 acres of land, about 30 acres east of Silverthorne.
Summit Middle School, which is still hosting school, is the site of an American Red Cross evacuation shelter. It’s located at 158 School Road in Frisco.
As early as Monday evening, a helicopter and three planes were working the fire. Summit Fire & EMS, the Summit County Sheriff’s Office and the U.S. Forest Service are involved in handling the blaze. Additional resources are expected to arrive Tuesday.
“We will have a presence in those neighborhoods through the night to monitor the fire,” said Summit Fire & EMS Chief Travis Davis in a release. “Our goal is to keep the fire away from developed areas and hit it hard in the morning.”
Weather is expected to turn Tuesday evening into Wednesday as a front moves into the area. Temperatures are expected to drop with rain moving into the region.
Trails in and around Ptarmigan and Angler Mountain have been closed.
Good morning. The #ptarmiganfire is burning over about 30 acres above Silverthorne in Summit County this morning and the Hamilton Creek neighborhood is under mandatory evacuation orders. @CPRNews pic.twitter.com/xwKLB8lZW8
— Hart W. Van Denburg (@hartoutwest) September 28, 2021
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BALLWIN, Mo. – Ballwin residents filled Ballwin City Hall, many in opposition of a proposed development. In the end, the residents didn’t get the result they wanted.
The Ballwin Board of Alderman voted yes to bringing the new 7-story apartment building next to Vlasis Park.
The apartment building will house nearly 200 units. The new structure will replace the Old Ballwin City Hall and JB Auto and Tire.
Residents say they’re disappointed in the city’s lack of transparency. They say the board of alderman passing the new development is breaking a promise to citizens.
“The board sold us all out. They had all the residents in there. There wasn’t anybody for it; no one was for it. And they still passed it,” said Ballwin resident Shane Early. “So, somebody is being paid. I don’t know who it is…I don’t know what is going on.”
But there were a few residents in favor of the outcome.
“By being right next to the park it’s obviously in walking distance and as people mentioned, there’s going to be hundreds of new people here. All of which can enjoy their house right outside their house,” Wesley Wu said.
One resident called the proposal a monstrosity and told the board of alderman the developer will just use them and be on their way.
A cooling trend has begun in Denver. Temperatures will drop on Tuesday by about 10 degrees ahead of showers that will move into the area later today.
— NWS Boulder (@NWSBoulder) September 28, 2021
According to the National Weather Service in Boulder, Denver will hit 82 degrees under mostly sunny skies on Tuesday. Rain could move in after lunch with a 20% chance of thunderstorms.
Overnight temperatures will dip to 53 degrees with 15 mph winds as the chance of precipitation increases to 30% through midnight. Showers should develop over the mountains and linger into the evening, with isolated, stronger storms possibly impacting burn scar areas.
Another front will cool things even more on Wednesday, with a forecasted high of 66 degrees. The day will begin with a chance of showers and thunderstorms that builds after lunch to 60%. The day should be windy with gusts near 25 mph. Temperatures will drop to 46 degrees overnight while the threat of thunderstorms and rain builds to 80% before midnight.
The mercury on Thursday could struggle to get into the 60s, with a high near 59 degrees forecasted. There’s a 50% chance of storms with a low of 46 degrees.
Highs are predicted in the 60s over the weekend.
The weather systems bringing cooler temperatures could bring light snow in the evenings to mountain peaks.
NEW YORK — For years, decades even, allegations swirled that R&B superstar R. Kelly was abusing young women and girls, with seeming impunity.
They were mostly young Black women. And Black girls.
And that, say accusers and others who have called for him to face accountability, is part of what took the wheels of the criminal justice system so long to turn, finally leading to his conviction Monday in his sex trafficking trial. That it did at all, they say, is also due to the efforts of Black women, unwilling to be forgotten.
Speaking out against sexual assault and violence is fraught for anyone who attempts it. Those who work in the field say the hurdles facing Black women and girls are raised even higher by a society that hypersexualizes them from a young age, stereotyping them as promiscuous and judging their physiques, and in a country with a history of racism and sexism that has long denied their autonomy over their own bodies.
“Black women have been in this country for a long time and … our bodies were never ours to begin with,” said Kalimah Johnson, executive director of the SASHA Center in Detroit, which provides services to sexual assault survivors.
“No one allows us to be something worthy of protection,” she said. “A human that needs love, and sacredness.” It’s as if, she said, “there’s nothing sacred about a Black woman’s body.”
In a 2017 study from the Georgetown Law Center on Poverty and Inequality, adults were asked about their perceptions of Black girls in comparison with white girls of the same age in terms of their needs for nurturing and protection, as well as their knowledge of adult topics like sex.
At all ages, Black girls were perceived as more adult than white girls, needing less protection and knowing more about sex. The gap was widest between Black and white for girls between the ages of 10 and 14, followed by girls between the ages of 5 and 9.
“We don’t value Black girls, and they are dehumanized, and they are also blamed for the sexual violence that they experienced to a greater extent than white girls are,” said Rebecca Epstein, executive director of the center and one of the study’s authors.
For years, girls suffering at R. Kelly’s hands were treated as more of a punchline than a travesty, even during a trial on child pornography charges where a video, allegedly of him abusing a girl, was shown. He was acquitted in 2008.
Lisa Van Allen, who testified against Kelly in 2008, told ABC’s “Good Morning America” in an interview broadcast Tuesday that she “almost cried” when she learned of Monday’s verdict. “You know, this is what I was looking for back in 2008,” Van Allen said. “So I would say that the difference this time around is that there’s power in numbers. A lot of people came forward.”
Asked if she believed the accusers were initially not believed because they were Black women, Van Allen said, “Yes I do believe that that’s the main reason why.”
Music writer Jim DeRogatis couldn’t understand it. He and a colleague were the first to report on R. Kelly’s interactions with girls, in December 2000, and DeRogatis continued writing about it for years after.
Every time something came out, like the video, DeRogatis thought, that had to be it — that had to be the thing that would finally make a difference. And every time, it wasn’t.
It brought a realization home to DeRogatis, a middle-aged white man: the injustice that “nobody matters less in our society than young Black girls.”
And the girls and women he interviewed knew it, he said. The first thing he heard from the dozens he has interviewed, he said, was, “Who’s going to believe us? We’re Black girls.”
And so, R. Kelly continued on for years, making hit songs, performing with other artists, even at times calling himself the “Pied Piper” but professing he didn’t know the story about the musician who kidnapped a town’s children.
Those who welcomed Monday’s conviction, which came after several weeks of disturbing testimony and now carries the possibility that Kelly will spend decades in prison, said it’s a testament to the strength and perseverance of Black women, who have been the driving force, especially in recent years, of speaking out against him and demanding attention remain on him.
Tarana Burke, founder of the Me Too movement against sexual abuse, pointed to the #MuteRKelly campaign, a protest started by two Black women in Atlanta in 2017 to put pressure on radio stations to stop playing his music and venues to stop allowing him to perform.
And the most widespread public condemnation followed in the wake of the 2019 docuseries “Surviving R. Kelly,” executive produced by dream hampton, a Black woman.
Asked about the guilty verdict Tuesday on “CBS This Morning,” hampton said, “You know, I want to believe that this means that Black women survivors will be heard, but I don’t want it to be dependent on a piece of media going viral or being successful.” She said she thinks about “all of the stories of everyday Black girls in neighborhoods like the ones that I grew up in Detroit who don’t have a predator, who don’t have an abuser that was famous or rich.”
Burke, who was interviewed for “Surviving R. Kelly,” said, “I think it says that you have to believe in the power of your own community, because this would not have happened if not for Black women staying the course. It was Black women who decided, ‘We are not going to let this fall on deaf ears.’ It was Black women who decided, ‘If nobody else is going to care, we’re going to care for Black women and girls in our community.’”
A woman is dead following an overnight drive-by shooting in Aurora.
Just before 2 a.m. on Tuesday, Aurora police say they responded to the 1200 Block of North Worchester Street in the Hoffman Heights neighborhood for reports of a shooting.
According to an Aurora Police Department release, multiple rounds struck the residence and a 47-year-old woman was found hit inside. Authorities say the woman later died at the hospital.
Police say an unknown vehicle pulled up in front of a residence on that block to fire the shots before fleeing. They do not have any information on possible suspects or the car as of Tuesday morning.
The Arapahoe County Coroner’s Office has not yet released the name of the dead woman.
Officials are offering up to $2,000 for information on this shooting.
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