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With the coronavirus still lurking around the corner, one of the significant changes that has affected everyone is the act of wearing masks.
Just as you would change your clothes every day, switch up your look based on your mood and the occasion, why would it be any different for your masks? There’s no way getting around wearing masks when we are out and about. And it is only hygienic to have your own stash of masks, so you can swop them around daily, and even have a change mid-day in case your mask gets soiled.
We know, life has been challenging with the virus threatening us since the start of the year. But hey, there are ways to cheer ourselves, and our friends, up. Here’s a selection of the prettiest and trendiest masks for both men and women we think you may like. Share the love with your besties!
Multiple posts on social media in Thailand claim several health benefits of carbonated water, including treating constipation and heart disease. Comments on the posts indicated some social media users were misled by the claim. However, health experts told AFP there was insufficient evidence that carbonated water can cure any existing health condition.The claim -- which appears in a Thai-language infographic -- was shared here on Facebook on January 2, 2022.It translates to English as: "How does
Facebook posts are being shared in Kenya with a letter purportedly sent by the International Criminal Court (ICC) in January 2022 to Kenyan senator Mithika Linturi cautioning him against using a derogatory political statement while campaigning. But the court confirmed to AFP Fact Check that the letter is not authentic. The purported letter, posted on Facebook on January 19, 2022, has since been shared nearly 70 times and republished in more than 30 other posts. It was also shared here, here, and
An MRI scan of a mother and her child has circulated in multiple social media posts that claim it shows them releasing oxytocin, a hormone known for creating soothing sensations during pleasant social and physical interactions. The posts are misleading; AFP found the scan has been manipulated to highlight parts of the pair's brains. The original scan — featuring a Canadian neuroscientist with her son — was taken for a study on infants' brains. The scientist said that the annotations "have nothin
Social media posts claim traffic cameras on an Ontario highway were disabled to hide the passage of a convoy heading to Canada's capital to protest Covid-19 vaccine mandates for truckers. But the city of Windsor and Ontario's Ministry of Transportation both denied the claims, and supporters of the protest could be seen on footage from traffic cameras as the convoy passed through the Greater Toronto Area."When they start turning off traffic cameras to avoid showing the convoy. The narrative runs
An online article shared on Facebook claims a school in the US state of Michigan placed a litter box in a bathroom for use by students who identify as cats. But the superintendent of the school district rejected the claim, which came from a parent who alleged she heard about the incident but provided no evidence."CULTURAL INSANITY – MI School Providing Litter Boxes In Bathroom For Students Who Identify As Cats (Furries)," says the headline of an article published on January 22, 2022 by the Trend