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Louise Redknapp reveals she's 'best friends' with ex-husband Jamie

Appearing on Thursday's edition of the Heart Breakfast Show, the 44-year-old singer insisted there are no hard feelings between the pair and that their relationship is stronger than ever.It's over: Louise Redknapp has revealed she's still 'best friends' with ex-husband Jamie, and confessed she still finds it tough dealing with their splitShe confessed: 'Yeah, it’s been really tough, but I mean, you know, he’s my best friend.
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"My review of Trump's second SOTU?Slavin warned that Trump's 'maximum pressure' and sanctions could lead to Iran no longer complying with the 2015 nuclear agreement because it hasn't received the promised benefits.
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Friends' Vaping Could Pose Danger to Kids With Asthma

Middle school and high school students with asthma were 27 percent more likely to have suffered an asthma attack if they'd been exposed to vapor from someone else's e-cigarette use, the researchers found.Overall, 21 percent of kids with asthma said they'd had an asthma attack during the previous year, and 33 percent said they'd been exposed to secondhand vapor from an e-cigarette.
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Meghan 'not a person you can actually be friends with' says TV insider

The insider, who claimed to be an acquaintance of Meghan, described her in the piece as 'the kind of person who wants to be friends with her stylist' Meghan is pictured with her stylist best friend Jessica Mulroney in Toronto in March 2016They added: 'Meghan's goal was always becoming a household name.And soon after the party, she enlisted the help of stylist best friend Jessica Mulroney to give her wardrobe a makeover.
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Why DO your friends want you to fail at Dry January? Psychologist reveals why the annual challenge makes others feel guilty and judged over their own drinking habits

Stephanie Stanton-Fay believes instead of being a malicious desire for someone to fail, this sabotaging comes from resistance to change.They're worried about their own drinking habits The majority of these people might see "dry January" as a prompt to reduce their own drinking, by setting a new social norm of non-drinking, Dr Stanton-Fay explained.
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