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Adele at the 54th annual Grammy Awards.

Adele’s Fitness Trainer Reveals How He Kept Her Motivated

Adele is one of the most iconic singers of the past several decades, well-known for her soaring ballads “Someone Like You” and “Rolling in the Deep.” For the past several years, Adele has been noticeably absent from the music scene, as she dealt with some issues in her personal life, including a divorce from her longtime partner, Simon Konecki. However, rumors that the singer could soon be making a massive comeback have been swirling, and recent pictures of the slimmed-down star made some serious waves on social media. Recently, her trainer spoke out about her weight loss, and how he kept Adele motivated throughout the process. 

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Adele was born in London in 1988. Raised primarily by her mother since she was a toddler, Adele became interested in singing and

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Coronavirus survivor reveals vivid hallucinations and nightmares from 'ICU delirium'

Coronavirus survivor reveals vivid hallucinations and nightmares from ‘ICU delirium’

"My brain was spinning at a thousand miles an hour." Survivors of ICU delirium share what it's like. (Photo Illustration: Nathalie Cruz/Yahoo Life)
“My brain was spinning at a thousand miles an hour.” Survivors of ICU delirium share what it’s like. (Photo Illustration: Nathalie Cruz/Yahoo Life)

Josh Wortman had been battling the coronavirus for over a week in the intensive care unit of Peconic Bay Medical Center in Riverhead, N.Y., when his mind descended into terror.

Nurses for Wortman, who was unable to receive visits from his wife and 6-year-old son, had posted a sign on his door with information so they could help make him feel at home. “Josh does yoga, he loves Pink Floyd,” the sign read. One night, hoping to cheer him up, the nurses decided to turn on some of the band’s hits. But the well-intentioned move backfired.

“At first I thought, ‘cool music,’” Wortman tells Yahoo Life. “But then I was just in this delirium … this dystopian world.” He’d been rushed to the hospital on March 20

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RHOC’s Kara Keough Reveals Father Passed Weeks After Son’s Death

RHOC’s Kara Keough Reveals Father Passed Weeks After Son’s Death

  • Just weeks after the passing of her newborn son, Real Housewives of Orange County’s Kara Keough is mourning the sudden death of her father, Matt Keough.
  • On April 14, Kara shared the devastating news that her newborn son had passed during his birth.
  • Kara shared a heartbreaking tribute to her late father on Instagram.

    Three weeks after the unexpected passing of her newborn son, Real Housewives of Orange County’s Kara Keough is mourning the sudden loss of her father, Matt Keough. He was 64, and according to E! News, his cause of death is currently unknown.

    Kara shared a tribute to her late father on Instagram, featuring a carousel of photos from her upbringing by his side. “Daddy, please take care of my son. Teach him the circle changeup and how to find forever friends,” she captioned the post. “You’re on grandpa duty in heaven

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    Marquez reveals where Honda went wrong in testing

    Marquez reveals where Honda went wrong in testing

    Reigning MotoGP world champion Marc Marquez says Honda lost its way during pre-season testing because it was “convinced” the real issue was his injured shoulder.

    Marquez had to undergo surgery on a partially dislocated right shoulder he suffered in a heavy crash during qualifying for the Malaysian Grand Prix, and which he aggravated further in a small off during November’s Jerez test.

    He entered pre-season testing at “60-70%” fitness and struggled in Malaysia and Qatar with the 2020-spec RC213V.

    Both Marquez and LCR’s Cal Crutchlow complained that the new bike was even harder to turn than its difficult predecessor, and it wasn’t until the final day of testing in Qatar that the problem was found to be the updated aerodynamic package.

    But, speaking to Sky Sports, Marquez says the biggest issue was Honda linking his negative feedback of the bike to his shoulder not being 100% fit.

    “The condition of

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    How COVID-19 Lockdown With Chronic Illness Reveals My Vulnerability

    How COVID-19 Lockdown With Chronic Illness Reveals My Vulnerability

    Black and white portrait of a woman.
    Black and white portrait of a woman.

    When I was diagnosed with two chronic pain conditions, I perfected a way of dealing with things alone. Call it suffering in silence, but it’s the truth. I opted not to burden, not to trust, not to ask for help because people could possibly think I was weak for needing it in the first place.

    Being immunocompromised isn’t easy as it is. My family, friends and I have always had to take precautions because of the medications I take to keep me alive. Canceled plans fill my life because of unexpected colds, flus and viruses. But right now this feels like I am trapped in more ways than one — in my disease, in my house and in this space.

    In just one day I went from spending most of my time alone to sharing the house with two people. I wasn’t unhappy

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    ‘Crisis reveals character.’ Pastor leads a Sacramento church with a coronavirus cluster

    ‘Crisis reveals character.’ Pastor leads a Sacramento church with a coronavirus cluster

    Pastor Jeff Chapman first began to pay attention to coronavirus in late February, when one of his parishioners approached him with requests for changes in how Faith Presbyterian Church operates.

    “She’s someone who’s had an organ transplant, and so she was particularly concerned about being susceptible,” Chapman said. “She wanted us to make some changes in worship and to socially distance.

    “I didn’t know that term at the time. She wanted no shaking hands, no passing plates, things like that. To be honest, I was a little resistant.”

    But the woman was persistent, and Chapman agreed to make the changes in time for Sunday services on March 1.

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    The church stopped passing the offering plates. Communion, which typically used a shared loaf of bread and shared cup, was switched to individual offerings. The

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    Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins reveals why Katie Price quit show

    Celebrity SAS Who Dares Wins reveals why Katie Price quit show

    Katie Price became the first star to quit the latest Celebrity SAS: Who Dares Wins – and she wasn’t the last.

    In last night’s (April 27) second episode of the series, three celebs in total decided to VW – that’s Voluntary Withdrawal, by the way.

    Former I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! star Price packed it in after a gruelling sandbag lifting challenge, which she struggled with due to a recent breast reduction surgery.

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    “I won’t be the fittest and I will struggle with the fitness,” she admitted to the camera, but footage showed her ripping off her number and giving it to Ant Middleton.

    She later said that she was really “pissed off” at herself for being unable to complete the tasks, and that she always beats herself up, but she plans to return in the future

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    Britney Spears reveals she burned down her personal gym: ‘It was an accident…’

    Britney Spears has a solid excuse for not hitting the gym recently.

    The “Lucky” songstress took to Instagram on Wednesday to share her workout routine with her followers. But before she got into the exercises, Spears gave a casual update on why she hasn’t been to her personal gym in a while.

    “Hey, guys! I’m in my gym right now. I haven’t been in here for, like, six months, because I burned my gym down unfortunately,” she said. “I had two candles, and yeah, one thing led to another, and I burned it down.”

    After explaining that she only has two pieces of exercise equipment left after the fire, Spears started working out with a pair of dumbbells.

    The pop star gave more details about the fiery accident in her post’s caption.

    “It was an accident …. but yes …. I burnt it down,” she wrote. “I walked past the

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    New research reveals how keeping physically fit can help keep you mentally fit

    New research reveals how keeping physically fit can help keep you mentally fit

    A new analysis by Swiss and Japanese researchers has found which type of physical activity appears to be the best for boosting cognitive performance, and that unfortunately, working out harder might bring bigger benefits for men, but not for women.

    Carried out by researchers at the University of Basel and the University of Tsukuba, the new analysis looked at 80 existing studies which had investigated the effect of endurance training, strength training or a mix of both on cognitive performance.

    The findings, published in the journal Nature Human Behaviour, showed that although all sports can bring long-term benefits for cognitive performance, some sports appeared to have a bigger effect than others. Notably, sports which require a certain level of coordination and complex movements and interaction with other players appeared to be significantly more effective at improving cognition.

    The researchers also found that although it might be expected that more exercise

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    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain reveals playing position was key behind transfer from Arsenal to Liverpool

    Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain reveals playing position was key behind transfer from Arsenal to Liverpool

    Liverpool midfielder Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has revealed that the main motivation behind his transfer from Arsenal to Anfield was concerns over his playing position.

    The England international has repeatedly said that central midfield is his preferred role on the pitch, but he was rarely utilised there at his former club.

    By contrast, since moving to the Gunners’ Premier League rivals, that has been his most regular role under Jurgen Klopp.

    Oxlade-Chamberlain says that, rather than because Arsenal weren’t likely to win silverware, was his key consideration—despite the huge success his current club have had since then, while Arsenal have floundered.

    “I wouldn’t say I wanted to leave Arsenal because I didn’t believe we could win,” he told Ian Wright.

    “I just didn’t believe I was going to be able to play where I wanted to play and that was it.

    “Me winning the Champions League was obviously a dream come true

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