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Kashmira Gander

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Past articles by Kashmira:

What is gaslighting and what are the signs to look out for?

‘Abusers manipulate their victims carefully and purposefully; they switch readily between charm and rage, like Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ → Read More

What is gaslighting and what are the signs to look out for?

‘Abusers manipulate their victims carefully and purposefully; they switch readily between charm and rage, like Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde’ → Read More

An 800-Year-Old Medieval Wax Seal Found by 10-Year-Old Boy Sells for $5,000

Metal detectorist Adam Staples said 10-year-old George Henderson "must have the Midas touch" after he found the object 10 minutes into a metal detecting trip. → Read More

Colorado Woman Gives Birth at Car Dealer Where She Works With Help From Colleagues

Jalisha Maxey-Deveraux said she felt like she was in a movie when she went into labor in her workplace bathroom. → Read More

Dog Which Recently Had Puppies Found Stabbed to Death in Trash Can

A vet examined the dog and found knife wounds on the right side of its body and back. → Read More

Texas Cheerleader Makayla Noble Describes Moment She Was Paralyzed

The high school cheerleader from Prosper said she instantly knew she was paralyzed when she landed on her neck. → Read More

What Is Alaskapox? Third and Fourth Known Cases of Virus Reported in Alaska

Only two other known cases of the virus, which causes skin lesions, have been identified. → Read More

Man Who Went Missing in Crocodile-Infested Waters Declared Dead by Police

The man's body remains missing after authorities removed a large crocodile from the search area. → Read More

What Products Contain Chlorpyrifos? EPA to Ban Pesticide Tied to Child Development Problems

The insecticide, due to be banned in six months, has been used in the U.S. since 1965. → Read More

Why Does Greg Abbott Use a Wheelchair? Texas Governor Releases Video About COVID Diagnosis

The politician was pictured in a wheelchair at an event he attended the day before he tested positive for COVID. → Read More

Long COVID Sufferer Who Says Everything Tastes of Roadkill Urges People to Get Shots

Courtney Speyer struggles to keep food down and has lost 25 pounds in two months. → Read More

Conservative Radio Host Phil Valentine COVID Update As Family Says Lungs 'Critical Issue'

The SuperTalk 99.7 WTN host made headlines after his family said he regretted not being more supportive of the COVID vaccine before he was hospitalized. → Read More

13-year-old Struggles to Walk After Having COVID Toes for Nine Months

The teenager says she is scared because doctors have been unable to treat her swollen, blistered feet. → Read More

Porpoise Dies After Beachgoers Allegedly Capture, Hug and Pet It

Adults are said to have held the porpoise in the water before calling over 20 children to see the animal. → Read More

Photos Show Weird 3.5Ft-Long Opah Fish That Washed up on Oregon Beach in 'Rare' Find

Lynn Mattes of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife described the opah, or moonfish, as a "prized species." → Read More

Ohio Hospital Apologizes After Kidney Transplant Patient Given Wrong Organ

Two members of staff have been placed on leave after the "incredibly rare, uncommon mix up." → Read More

Flu Vaccine May Protect Against COVID Complications, Hospitalization: Study

COVID patients analyzed in the study who had Influenza vaccinations were less likely to develop conditions including stroke, sepsis, and deep vein thrombosis. → Read More

Videos Show New York City Subways, Roads Flooding As Storm Elsa Approaches

New Yorkers were shown trying to navigate waist-deep water at subway stations following flash floods and thunderstorms. → Read More

Unvaccinated 24-Year-Old Has Double Lung Transplant After Catching COVID

Blake Bargatze, who has no underlying health conditions that put him at risk of getting seriously ill from COVID, has urged people to get vaccinated. → Read More

Fauci Casts Doubt on Study Suggesting Delta Variant Hit Pfizer COVID Vaccine's Efficacy

Israeli study claims Pfizer vaccine may be only 64 percent effective in preventing symptomatic COVID cases, amid the spread of the Delta variant. → Read More