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A Quebec man living on the Caribbean island of Saint Martin is calling hurricane Irma the most terrifying experience of his life after 300 km/h winds ripped the roof off his house and others in the same complex.

The Category 5 storm left disaster in its wake Wednesday when it hit Saint Martin, where Rene H. Lepine has lived permanently for four years running a real estate development.

was the most terrifying experience of my life, to put it mildly, he told The Canadian Press in a Facebook conversation Thursday as he used a gas generator to keep his phone charged.

realize how powerless you are to circumstances and, other than having prepared yourself for the event, that all you can do.

thing was of epic proportions and it was just totally overwhelming. took shelter at a brother in law home, surrounded by cliffs, with no breeze or view of the ocean.

that what actually saved us, he said. were under the wind and we survived it here. 298 km/h winds blew the roof off his own home and others in the same complex.

have to realize once the roof was gone, we got 40 inches (100 centimetres) of rain, Lepine said.

He said about a third of the homes on Saint Martin are now uninhabitable and that the island hasn had water in about 36 hours because of damaged reservoirs.

Irma path of devastation across the northern Caribbean left at least 10 dead and thousands homeless after destroying buildings and uprooting trees on a track Thursday that could lead to a catastrophic strike on Florida.

Lepine said a big concern now is that the island main supply chain in Miami is about to get pounded and that another, somewhat weaker hurricane, Jose, is expected to hit Saint Martin on Saturday.

The airport has sustained critical damage and ships aren coming to the island with the ports inoperative.

Lepine said supermarkets, hardware and other box stores had their roofs ripped off and can resupply.

do we get by the next three weeks?, Lepine asked. sure in a month, there will be some measures put in place, containers will start coming in and the airport will be operational again.

thinking hard about everyone who affected by hurricane Irma, particularly the families of people who have lost loved ones during this terrible disaster, Trudeau said. other hurricane related developments Thursday:

Six members of the Quebec legislature who were in Haiti on a co operation mission were finally able to leave the country. They had been scheduled to leave earlier in the day but those plans were derailed when the airport in Port au Prince was shut down temporarily.

The Canadian Forces ordered a Halifax based warship to be at the ready as the military plans for a potential response to Irma. The Canadian military said it is prudent military planning and preparations to be in position to support any potential relief efforts if Ottawa orders a response.

And Toronto Dominion Bank said it is closing all 81 of its branches in South Florida in preparation for the arrival of Irma. The bank said the decision was made for the safety of its employees and customers based on the severity of storm forecasts.
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Investigators on the scene say the service line going into the house was hit by the digging crew on the east side. They are still working to determine exactly which company was doing the digging and will seek interviews with them.

The blast leveled and burned a two story house in the Heartland Crossing community on Monday. The family two dogs were killed in the explosion.

had some cable workers knock on my door, unidentified, not sure what company they were working with, said neighbor Adam Frank. they knocked on my door and asked me to move my car. My car was on the left slot of my driveway, and they said they were going to be running some cable in the neighbor yard and they needed me to move my car.

Plainfield Fire Chief Joel Thackery said utility investigators will determine if anyone had permission to dig in the backyard of the house where the explosion occurred and if any gas lines had been compromised.
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Jennifer Jones is back on top.

The Manitoba skip won her first Scotties Tournament of Hearts Canadian women curling championship since 2015 with an 8 6 over Team Wild Card Kerri Einarson in Sunday final without having to play her final rock.

been pretty privileged with how many time that we been able to wear the Maple Leaf, Jones said. never know when you get back there so it feels pretty great to back there. captured the 2018 title with her Winnipeg based team of third Shannon Birchard, second Jill Officer and lead Dawn McEwan. Jones and Officer have both tied Colleen Jones with a Scotties record six titles each.

are things that you reflect on later, Jones said. Jones is one of the legends and we right up there with her. It so humbling and mind blogging. was a difference to the sixth national title for Jones because she accomplished it without her regular third Kaitlyn Lawes, who is curling in mixed doubles with John Morris in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea.

Birchard was added after Jones won her eighth Manitoba championship. Lawes is expected to return to her regular role when Jones heads to the Ford women world championship, March 17 25 in North Bay, Ont. Birchard is expected to accompany Jones as the alternate.

Birchard struggled early Sunday, but bounced back later in the game. 3, 2018.

all struggled a little bit early, said Jones, who was named the most valuable player. said had to believe the ice and throw to make the shots. We had to hang in there and I so proud of her. She made some huge shots late. She has been a real treat to play with and I have nothing but respect for her. was curling with third Selena Kaatz, second Liz Fyfe and lead Kristin MacCuish. She reached the final in her second appearance at the Scotties and in the Wild Card debut.

There was a lot of time remaining, but Einarson singled out the second end as one of the turning points.

knew that the draw I missed for three was going to bite me in the butt, Einarson said. did and it was unfortunate, but it happens. settled for two after being heavy on the draw and a 2 1 advantage.

Sunday final started with Einarson forcing Jones into hitting for one and a 1 0 lead after the opening end.

Einarson rebounded in the third end with a double takeout to lay two in the four foot. Jones punched out one of the stones to score one and tie the game 2 2.

In the fourth end, Einarson drew to the four foot for a 3 2 lead.

Einarson went into the fifth end leading 4 2 after stealing one.

Jones then hit for two in the sixth end to create a 4 4 tie after Einarson wasn able to execute a second consecutive runback. Einarson drew for one in the seventh end to lead 5 4.

Jones jumped into a 6 5 lead with a hit for two in the eighth end. 4, 2018.

In the ninth end, Einarson drew the button to create 6 6 deadlock coming home.

Jones then executed a near perfect draw to lay two. 4, 2018.

PEBBLES: Jones (skip), Alberta Cary Anne McTaggart (third), Officer (second) and McEwen (lead) were named first team all stars. The second team all stars were Northern Ontario Tracy Fleury (skip), Birchard (third), Alberta Jesse Scheidegger (second) and Team Canada Ranoura Westcott (lead). The all stars are based on shooting percentages Saskatchewan skip Sherry Anderson was the recipient of Marj Mitchell Sportsmanship award as voted on by the players. Anderson also won the award in 2004, 2014 and 2015 The Scotties winner receives $29,000, in prize money including athlete assistance and cresting funding. The rest of the prize money is $24,000 (second place), $19,000 (third) and $15,000 (fourth) There isn any Sport Canada funding for the Canadian champions this because it an Olympic year The Canadian champion needs to win a medal at the world championship and retain three of four players to qualify for the Continental Cup. Each team also picks up Canadian Team Ranking System points and returns as Team Canada for the 2019 Scotties Sunday final draw attracted 3,840 spectators for a total attendance of 55,138 and an average of 2,205 through 25 draws.

TOUGH TO FACE NEICE

Tears were flowing after Jill Officer won the Scotties Tournament of Hearts on Sunday.

The Manitoba second was thrilled to win the Canadian women curling championship after an 8 6 victory over Team Wild Card Kerri Einarson in Sunday final.

Officer was also heartbroken because Sunday win came at the expense of her niece, Kristin MacCuish, who is Einarson lead.

had a lot of extra emotion because I was playing against my niece and it doesn get any easier, Officer said. just so hard. I so proud of her and her team because they did so well. I also proud of us for battling. In 2015, Jones defeated Einarson in the Manitoba women final and it was just as an emotional outcome for Officer.

has a bright future, Officer said. love her to death and she such a good kid. I so proud of her that I have mixed feelings.
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After all, it not just the three Ontario Provincial Police investigations into her government and its predecessor under Dalton McGuinty, two of which have now produced criminal charges.

Everything the Liberals touch turns into a disaster provincial finances, deficits, debt, Ontario credit rating, health care, electricity prices, green energy, smart meters, Hydro One, air ambulance services, winter highway maintenance.

You name it, the Liberals have screwed it up, even as their cabinet ministers keep strolling up to the microphones, demanding to be taken seriously on the next Liberal announcement, which will inevitably be the subject of a scathing auditor general report, if not a police investigation, a few years down the road.

All that said, there are three simple reasons why Wynne and the Liberals can easily win the next election in 2018.

First, time is on their side.

Second, they have most of the big public sector unions, and many private sector ones, in their pocket.

Third, they have plenty of big business support.

This in return for repeatedly giving business the legislation it wants, for example in car insurance, while handing out billions of dollars in public subsides, for example to Ontario disaster prone green energy industry.

As for the latest blow, two senior staffers to former premier McGuinty facing criminal charges in connection with the deletion of thousands of government e mails in the gas plant scandal, voters already factored that scandal into the 2014 election and enough voted Liberal to give them a comfortable majority for three more years.

That plenty of time to recover from the gas plant debacle, which many Ontarians don blame on Wynne anyway, since they voted for her last time.

The second big item propping up the Liberals is the support of big labour.

There are an astounding 1.1 million public sector workers in Ontario 10% of the population whose wages,
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pensions and benefits depend, directly or indirectly, on Liberal government largesse.

That a powerful voting block who, along with their spouses, children and parents, are not likely to overwhelmingly support any Conservative leader who proposes downsizing the public service as we saw in last year election even though everyone knows we can afford the public sector we now have.

In addition, many of the unions representing these 1.1 million workers are in the bag for the Liberals every election and have been since 2003, when they came to power.

Every election, they spend millions of dollars of their members dues running attack ads against whoever the Conservative leader is, leaving the Liberals free to focus their campaign war chest on cutesy commercials showing, in the last election, Wynne jogging in the countryside, telling us what leadership is.

(Apparently, leadership is being labelled a homophobe by the premier in you disagree with her sex ed curriculum, and a racist if you question the wisdom of fellow Liberal Justin Trudeau refugee policy.)

Rookie Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown will have to be able to defuse such tactics, or counter them, in the 2018 election.

The province Chief Electoral Officer has warned the amount spent on third party advertising in last year election, more than the political parties can spend on their campaigns, created an uneven playing field, with the potential to unduly influence the outcome.

In that election, everyone from the union representing thousands of Ontario journalists to the OPP police union, campaigned against the Conservatives.

The OPP union used the image of a uniformed officer to urge people not to vote for then party leader Tim Hudak, which would have been bad enough even if it hadn initially said, wrongly, that this was the political advice of the OPP.

As for the naive idea Wynne cap and trade plan coming in 2017 will set the Liberals against major industrial greenhouse gas emitters, nothing could be further from reality.

According to documents released by the Liberals about how cap and trade will work, they planning to give huge public subsidies via free carbon credits translation, free money to big polluters to keep them happy and on side.

As for the NDP, the Liberals don consider them a major threat, the party never having recovered from the debacle of the NDP government of Bob Rae from 1990 to 1995.

Indeed, in the last election Wynne was, bizarrely,
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successfully able to portray the policies of NDP leader Andrea Horwath as in the same league as former Toronto mayor Rob Ford.

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sportsHeadlinesGet to know UND junior forward Nick JonesUND has played its best against top teams. Last year, the Eagles and Rams traded up to the second and first picks so they could select Carson Wentz and Jared Goff. This year, the Eagles are 10 2 and the Rams are 9 3, and they will square off in a Week 14 showdown that might determine a playoff bye.

Wentz and Goff run counter to the narrative that the NFL has a dearth of quality quarterbacks, particularly in the aftermath of injuries to Aaron Rodgers and sensational rookie Deshaun Watson. As teams eye a plethora of quarterbacks in this year’s draft Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson are the headliners they could turn to Wentz and Goff for both hope and instruction.

The hope part is obvious. Two years ago, the Eagles and Rams were coming off dismal seasons and desperate enough to sacrifice draft capital for quarterbacks who were, as college players, not exactly household names. And now here they are, in position to cruise into the playoffs and seemingly poised to stay at the top of the NFC for years to come. Wentz might be the MVP, and Goff might be in the top 10.

How quarterback needy teams can copy the Eagles and Rams is less obvious. In selecting Wentz and Goff, they took disparate players. Wentz played in a prostyle offense at a Football Championship Subdivision school. Goff played in a spread offense at a Power 5 program. Goff was a major recruit with a father, Jerry, who had played major league baseball. Wentz came unheralded out of North Dakota.

Their common thread, in the NFL, is how creative coaching has helped them develop quickly. Goff has proven the power of smart, innovative coaching to the extreme. Goff looked overwhelmed as a rookie playing under Jeff Fisher, who allowed Goff to take few chances and ran either gadget plays for Tavon Austin or a stodgy, paint by numbers NFL offense. Under Sean McVay, Goff has run the Rams’ offense with tempo and fearlessness, throwing downfield often. McVay recognized Goff’s strengths and designed a system around him, not forcing him into a preconceived system.

The Eagles and Doug Pederson have done the same for Wentz. Pederson allows Wentz uncommon input into Philadelphia’s game plan, even permitting Wentz to add plays he used at North Dakota State into the Eagles’ playbook. Pederson played quarterback in the NFL and can guide Wentz with firsthand experience. He has the confidence to give Wentz latitude and the experience to know how important it is.

The effect of coaching can be seen now in another top quarterback pick, in the opposite direction. Mitchell Trubisky landed in April with the Chicago Bears, who traded up to take him second overall. The Bears’ skill players are not showy, but then neither are the Eagles’ or the Rams’. Trubisky plays for John Fox, who mimics Fisher in his been around forever quotient and inability to adapt to new offensive concepts. The Bears are trying to develop Trubisky by playing not to lose. It didn’t work for Fisher with Goff, either. For Bears fans, the best hope is Chicago finds the next McVay, or the closest approximation to him.

The vitality of a smart coach doesn’t take anything away from Wentz and Goff watch any Sunday slate, and it’s obvious only a handful of people can play quarterback in the NFL at an adequate level. They’re both supremely talented. But their rapid emergence, particularly in Goff’s case, make you wonder how many other talented quarterbacks never blossom because of shoddy coaching.

Wentz and Goff will meet for the first time Sunday. It could start a budding rivalry for the first two picks of the 2016 draft. For the rest of the league, it will be a demonstration in the importance of smart, open minded coaching for quarterbacks. Joe Nicholson USA TODAY Sports

If the NFL really does have a quarterback problem, it will be absent Sunday afternoon in Los Angeles, where the Philadelphia Eagles will play the Los Angeles Rams. Last year, the Eagles and Rams traded up to the second and first picks so they could select Carson Wentz and Jared Goff. This year, the Eagles are 10 2 and the Rams are 9 3, and they will square off in a Week 14 showdown that might determine a playoff bye.

Wentz and Goff run counter to the narrative that the NFL has a dearth of quality quarterbacks, particularly in the aftermath of injuries to Aaron Rodgers and sensational rookie Deshaun Watson. As teams eye a plethora of quarterbacks in this year’s draft Josh Rosen, Sam Darnold, Josh Allen, Baker Mayfield and Lamar Jackson are the headliners they could turn to Wentz and Goff for both hope and instruction.

The hope part is obvious. Two years ago, the Eagles and Rams were coming off dismal seasons and desperate enough to sacrifice draft capital for quarterbacks who were, as college players, not exactly household names. And now here they are, in position to cruise into the playoffs and seemingly poised to stay at the top of the NFC for years to come. Wentz might be the MVP, and Goff might be in the top 10.

How quarterback needy teams can copy the Eagles and Rams is less obvious. In selecting Wentz and Goff, they took disparate players. Wentz played in a prostyle offense at a Football Championship Subdivision school. Goff played in a spread offense at a Power 5 program. Goff was a major recruit with a father, Jerry, who had played major league baseball. Wentz came unheralded out of North Dakota.
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It a fight she facing with a lot of courage.

Another fight that she fronted on Wednesday, along with a number of supporters outside the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre in St. John part of the Health Sciences Centre complex was an awareness protest to have Eastern Health designate 25 parking spots specifically for cancer patients.

That battle has been ongoing for 2 years.

Following a protest in July and talks with Eastern Health, more blue zone disability spots were added, but none were designated specifically for cancer patients.

is the spot where we want the 25 places because accessibility matters, Glynn said Thursday on the parking lot outside the cancer centre. you can see, it close to the entrance to the Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre. Cancer patients are very sick, very fatigued, and distance matters.

25 spots we are looking for will make the journey a lot more easier for us. And in saying that, it not just for the people facing cancer now. There going to be more people in the future going down the cancer journey. So, even for them to be able to have those 25 spots, it will make their journey a little easier.

are times I have come here that I had to park all the way down to the Ronald McDonald House and trudge on through and then go in there for anywhere from four to eight hours of chemotherapy and then trudge on back. You are fatigued. You can look at the Health Sciences Centre and put us all under the one umbrella. Dr. H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre is a different building. statement from Eastern Health Wednesday said it understands that parking at the Health Sciences Centre may pose a burden on those who are required to spend long and frequent periods of time at the hospital.

In 2017, the statement noted, Eastern Health added an additional 30 blue zone parking spaces 10 blue zone parking spaces were added to the main parking lot at the Health Sciences Centre and 20 blue zone parking spaces were added to the underground parking lot at the Janeway Health and Rehabilitation Centre. Eastern Health provides as much access as possible to blue zone spaces, the statement reads. spaces are available to cancer patients as well as other patients with mobility issues. While we recognize the specific challenges of patients in specific treatment programs, we cannot offer special parking consideration to one group of patients over patients from other treatment groups.

patient requiring closer parking to the facility may apply for blue zone permits through the Motor Vehicle Registration Division of Service NL. statement also noted, Health has formally consulted with an ethicist about providing parking spaces specifically designated for cancer patients and has completed comparisons about parking throughout the country which are consistent with our approach. Eastern Health continuously explores options to improve parking for patients of the Health Sciences Centre and is always open to suggestions and feedback from those we serve. Blackwood says he has twice gone through the stress of the ongoing parking problems at the centre. He lost two wives to cancer.

While Blackwood noted there has been some improvement since Eastern Health got rid of the parking meters some years ago as in a cancer patient no longer has to worry about getting a parking ticket for an expired meter exhausted patients still have to sometimes walk from the back of the parking lot and sometimes can drive around looking for a parking spot for 30 to 45 minutes, then have to walk through often poor weather conditions.

Even for patients getting dropped off at the door by family members, Blackwood said, it still takes family members a long time to find a parking spot while the patient waits inside the door for them.

of the things I done over the past number of weeks is to check to see what other hospitals are doing in the province, he said. Memorial Hospital in Corner Brook, there free parking. Cancer patients can park wherever they like, even in staff parking. The other hospitals Grand Falls Windsor, Gander, Clarenville, Burin all have designated parking for chemo patients. All we are asking for is some allocation for those 25 spots. A little dashboard card that says you are a chemo patient and when you are finished, turn it back in so somebody else can use those spots. In July, she presented a petition with 200 names on it to David Diamond, president and CEO of Eastern Health.

She said the frustration and stress of not finding a parking spot and of being late for an appointment is not good for a cancer patient.

in this province knows somebody battling cancer. We are not asking for your pity. Compassion a big thing. But we are looking for your support, your kindness. We are looking for those 25 spots to make our journey a lot less hard on us, Glynn said. patients are sick, so I wasn expecting hundreds of cancer patients to be out here today, because I should probably not be out here myself. But the people here are supporting me as a cancer patient.

beyond hard what we have to go through. It brutal the bone pain, the muscle pain, the fatigue, the illness. That what we are saying to David Diamond. That what we said to Minister (John) Haggie. And that what we are saying to Premier (Dwight) Ball. We need people to look at this, and it the premier right now because the minister and David Diamond have looked at it, and blue zones, blue zones that their solution. It not the solution. We need our own 25 spots to make our road a little bit less stressful.
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Prime Minister David Cameron is putting his new ministerial team in place after a cull of senior Tories and the shock departure of William Hague from the Foreign Office.

The Prime Minister is promoting a number of women and young rising stars to replace the male ministers axed in a brutal reshuffle which also saw the end of Ken Clarke’s lengthy ministerial career.

William Hague will replace Andrew Lansley as Leader of the Commons. Mr Cameron said Mr Hague had been one of the Conservative Party’s “leading lights” for a generation.

Defence Secretary Philip Hammond is replacing William Hague as Foreign Secretary.

Education Secretary Michael Gove is to become Commons Chief Whip.

Nicky Morgan has been moved from the Treasury to replace Michael Gove as Education Secretary.

Liz Truss is the new Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.

Michael Fallon is the new Defence Secretary.

The PM says the reshuffle “is about putting in place a team that continues to deliver the long term economic plan ensures a brighter future for all”.

Esther McVey continues as Minister for Employment and Disabilities. She will now attend Cabinet.

Greg Clark is Minister for Science and Universities and Minister of State at the Cabinet Office. He will attend all Cabinets.

Welsh Secretary David Jones has been ousted, and has been replaced by his deputy Stephen Crabb .

Jeremy Wright is the new Attorney General.

Baroness Tina Stowell is the new Leader of the House of Lords and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster.

Matt Hancock is the new Minister of State for Business, Enterprise and Energy.

Nick Boles is Minister of State for business and education and Mike Penning is Minister of State at the Home Office and justice department.

Sir Bob Kerslake is to step down as head of the Civil Service in the autumn and will retire as permanent secretary of the Department for Communities and Local Government next February,
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Downing Street has announced.

Penny Mordaunt, who became a familiar face to TV viewers with her appearance in her swimsuit on Splash!, joins the government as a junior minister.

David Gauke is promoted to Financial Secretary to the Treasury.

Priti Patel becomes Exchequer Secretary at the Treasury.

Robert Buckland becomes Solicitor General.

The Prime Minister also accepted the resignations of universities minister David Willetts and energy and climate change minister Greg Barker,
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who will both stand down as MPs next year.

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At some point, most of us have experienced mild dehydration it makes you feel thirsty, gives you a dry mouth and possibly a headache. But severe dehydration is very serious and can kill you.

So when it comes to drinking water, most of the health messages we hear are about making sure we get enough, especially in hot weather, when you’ve had a tummy bug or when you’re exercising. But is it possible to drink too much water?

While it is possible, says Pennie Taylor a research dietitian at CSIRO, “it’s rare in the general healthy population that someone would drink too much water”.

“We are more concerned in the clinical settings where somebody might have chronic heart disease or heart failure or might have renal failure where they might have a little too much water that their body can’t cope with, which increases their risks of overhydration.”

When you consume too much water, the level of an important mineral, sodium, can drop too low. This can lead to a condition known as hyponatremia, which can lead to the body retaining too much water. Hyponatremia can cause your cells to swell, which is particularly harmful to the brain and can lead to seizures and even death.

Another group at risk of hyponatremia are elite athletes who can be at risk of heat stroke and feel they need to rehydrate, but if they overdo it they become water intoxicated. Even in this group however, hyponatremia is still unusual.

Symptoms of hyponatremia include confusion, disorientation, nausea and vomiting.

“It’s just about knowing where your boundaries are and how much water you actually need. The biggest thing for people is to monitor fluid loss and intake if they are concerned,” says Taylor.

Why we need itWater makes up around 50 to 80 per cent of your lean body mass.

Another group at risk of dehydration is people who have also had weight loss surgery, as they can find it difficult to take in an adequate amount of fluids throughout the day.

Eight glasses a day?We’ve been told we need to drink at least eight glasses of water a day, but Taylor says there’s no scientific evidence to support this. Health professionals agree men’s bodies need around 2.6 litres and women’s around 2.1 litres of water a day (pretty much eight glasses a day). But it turns out you get some of this from other drinks and food, Taylor says.

“Approximately four glasses of water, or a litre a day, is obtained from the food that we eat. So we get that from solid foods and things such as watermelon, tea, coffee, milk and yogurt, which all contribute to our total fluid load,” Taylor says.

You can also include caffeinated drinks in your fluid intake. While these drinks do have a mild diuretic effect (ie they promote water loss) you get more fluid from them than you lose. However, alcohol makes you dehydrated.

On top of what you get from food and drinks, your body produces another 250mls of water a day when metabolising substances in the body, such as fat, protein and starch.

Taking all this into consideration, Taylor suggests you drink four to six standard glasses (250ml) of water per day. Obviously, you will need more if you are living in an extremely hot climate and are very active. Likewise, if you live in a very cold climate you may need to drink a little less.

So how do you know when you need to drink more water? It isn’t rocket science, your thirst can be a guide or check the colour of your urine it should be pale yellow.

Pennie Taylor is an accredited practising dietitian. She is the Senior Research Dietitian for the Clinical Research Unit at CSIRO Animal, Food and Health Sciences, she spoke to Jenny Pogson.
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Several months ago, The Daily Caller reported that Sen. The article appeared to be based on largely non existent evidence; the FBI found nothing to support the allegations, and two weeks ago, the Washington Post reported that a Dominican escort now says she was “paid to make up the claims and has never met or seen the senator.”

In response, the conservative online news outlet said it had relied on a different Dominican escort, so it saw no need to retract the story. Today, we learning that more than one Dominican escort was paid to lie about the Democratic senator.

As Matt Gertz added,
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these latest revelations come on the heels of reports from several outlets, ABC News, the Star Ledger, and the New York Post, each of which had been offered the story by Republican operatives, and each of which turned down the story, deeming it unreliable and the escorts’ claims unreliable.

There are other allegations surrounding the senator that have not been resolved, but these specific allegations hyped by Tucker Carlson site appear to have completely fallen apart.
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