Schapelle Corby reveals how Dancing With The Stars triggered her fear of ‘body contact’

‘I don’t like people touching me’: Convicted drug smuggler Schapelle Corby reveals how Dancing With The Stars triggered her fear of ‘body contact’ By Chloe-lee Longhetti For Daily Mail Australia Published: 23:22 BST, 12 April 2021 | Updated: 23:22 BST, 12 April 2021 Schapelle Corby impressed the judges and viewers alike on Sunday night, when … Read more

Jennifer Connelly got over a ‘crippling fear of flying’ right before shooting Top Gun: Maverick

Top Gun: Maverick star Jennifer Connelly says she just got over a ‘crippling fear of flying’ before shooting the film By Dailymail.com Reporter Published: 16:43 BST, 10 April 2021 | Updated: 16:44 BST, 10 April 2021 Jennifer Connelly was scared of airplanes before filming Top Gun: Maverick.  The 50-year-old actress admitted she was afraid to … Read more

Jennifer Connell got over a ‘crippling fear of flying’ right before shooting Top Gun: Maverick

Top Gun: Maverick star Jennifer Connell says she just got over a ‘crippling fear of flying’ before shooting the film By Dailymail.com Reporter Published: 16:43 BST, 10 April 2021 | Updated: 16:43 BST, 10 April 2021 Jennifer Connelly was scared of airplanes before filming Top Gun: Maverick.  The 50-year-old actress admitted she was afraid to … Read more

Ex-wife of missing Sarm Heslop’s boyfriend says she still lives in fear of him

The ex-wife of missing Sarm Heslop’s boyfriend still lives in fear of him seven years after their divorce – and now carries a gun with her at all times, DailyMail.com can reveal.  Cori Stevenson, 43, who was married to Ryan Bane between 2008 and 2014, claims her ex-husband has a history of violence – and … Read more

Experts fear polar bears lack skills to find new food as they adapt to climate change 

Foraging peril of polar bears as experts fear they could lack skills to find new food as they adapt to climate change Researchers studied polar bears in Canadian Arctic tracking them over 11 days Bears usually hunt seals from floating ice but climate change means ice melted Bears have resorted to eating birds eggs on … Read more

Premier League clubs fear social distancing make return of away fans ‘more trouble than it’s worth’

Premier League clubs fear social distancing makes return of away fans at end of this season ‘more TROUBLE than it’s worth’… and believe encouraging supporters to travel outside local area sends wrong message in pandemic Premier League clubs say more time is needed to prepare for away fans to return  Sources revealed the clubs’ views … Read more

Covid US: Just 35% afraid of catching infection as survey shows fear at all-time low

Fears of catching COVID-19 have fallen to an all-time low with just 35 percent of Americans now very or somewhat worried about contracting the virus as the vaccine rollout continues to ramp up nationwide. New data from Gallup shows just over a third of people were still fearful in March, down from a record high … Read more

Shoppers fear personal details could be stolen as hundreds of ‘lost’ parcels are auctioned on eBay

Online shoppers fear their personal details could be stolen as hundreds of ‘lost’ Royal Mail and Hermes parcels are being auctioned off by mystery sellers on eBay. Sellers have been making up to £140 per bundle of undelivered items which include electrical items and jewellery. The listings have snaps of the parcels, with some saying … Read more

Most people can’t tell the difference between screams of joy and fear because they sound similar

Hearing a scream can be pretty scary, especially if you don’t know why it was made. Psychologists at Emory University asked subjects to listen to Hollywood movie clips and determine the emotion behind 30 different cinematic shrieks.  They found humans are actually pretty good at differentiating the causes of different kinds of screams—like anger, pain … Read more

Doctors fear ethnic groups may start to see higher Covid infection and death rates

Doctors fear ethnic groups that shun vaccinations may start to see higher Covid infection and death rates than the country at large Lower up take rates among Pakistani, Bangladeshi and black Britons have left experts concerned about large numbers in communities vulnerable to the virus  Office of National Statistics is examining the situation with Oxford … Read more