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    PEOPLE with unhealthy sleep habits could be at risk of a life-threatening condition, experts have warned. Many people struggle with their sleep, whether it's not getting enough or just poor quality in general. 1Medics have found that people who have poor sleep quality are at a higher risk of fatty liver diseaseCredit: Getty Medics in China said that those who nap throughout the day, snore and have poor night time sleep could be at risk of fatty liver disease. Fatty liver disease is a term for a range of conditions caused by a build-up of fat in the liver. It's usually seen in people who are overweight or obese and can lead to serious liver damage. Government data shows that in 2021, 2,085 people were admitted to hospital due to the illness in the UK. Read more on sleep TOUGH DIAGNOSIS Roman Kemp wears oxygen mask as he deals with debilitating conditionWAKE UP CALL I’m a sleep nanny - here’s why your baby wakes up so early & how to combat it While this rate has been increasing over time, in the...
    MSNBC’s Morning Joe criticized progressive district attorneys nationwide on Tuesday with co-host Joe Scarborough saying that “quality of life issues have been ignored.” The segment comes as San Francisco District Attorney Chesa Boudin is expected to be recalled on Tuesday following criticism, especially from the Right, that he has been lenient on crime. “This is a fascinating debate that we’re seeing play out in San Francisco, of course and in New York City. New York Democrats elected a former NYPD cop [Eric Adams] and they elected him because of quality of life issues, they elected him because of crime,” said Scarborough. “Right now his poll numbers are low and they’re low according to a recent poll because New Yorkers still don’t feel safe. A Spectrum News NY1/Sienna College poll publicized on Tuesday shows Adams with a 64 percent fair/poor job performance rating, compared to 29 percent who say he’s doing an excellent or good job. The poll also found 76 percent of respondents concerned that they could be a victim of a violent crime, compared to 24 percent who say...
    NEW YORK CITY (WABC) -- In response to the increased numbers of shootings and thefts in New York City, as well as a rise in quality-of-life offenses that officials say contribute to crime and disorder, the NYPD on Wednesday announced a citywide initiative to crack down on such offenses.The initiative, which NYPD Commissioner Keechant Sewell said is a response to the public-safety concerns of everyday New Yorkers, will deploy NYPD officers across boroughs and bureaus.They will work in tandem to rapidly identify and respond to crime trends and to address the conditions that fuel them."As I stated on my first day as commissioner, after visiting an officer who was shot two hours and 39 minutes into the New Year, there are too many people carrying illegal guns and too many people willing to use them," Sewell said. "That has to change. Now."ALSO READ: Feces attack suspect back behind bars after arrest in HarlemEMBED More News Videos Frank Abrokwa is being held after a judge set bail at $5,000 for charges stemming from a violent incident at a storage facility in...
    Being born through IVF could lead to a better quality of life in adulthood, a study has found. Researchers compared 193 people conceived using ‘assisted reproduction’ (such as IVF) with 86 people who were conceived naturally, all aged between 22 and 35. Those whose parents had medical help to get pregnant were significantly happier with their personal relationships, support from friends, sex lives and quality of life. The study, by Monash University in Australia, in the journal Human Fertility, suggests parents who conceive through assisted reproduction ‘have a particularly strong desire for and commitment to parenthood and feel lucky’ to have them. And this ‘may make them more likely to adopt an authoritative parenting style – characterised by having high expectations on children – while simultaneously providing warmth and support’. IVF can lead to a better quality of live, a study has found in people aged between 22 and 35 Dr Karin Hammarberg, who led the study, said: ‘Our findings suggest that being ART-conceived can provide some advantages on quality of life in adulthood, independent of other psychosocial factors. ‘Together with...
    FIRST ON FOX: Sen. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, plans to criticize the Biden administration’s poor "quality of life" for Americans amid a supply chain breakdown, proposed Internal Revenue Service (IRS) surveillance, government coercion of parents' free speech and other crises.Fox News exclusively obtained Ernst’s prepared Senate floor remarks for Wednesday during which the senator, in her capacity as vice chair of the GOP conference, plans to walk Americans through "LIFE in Biden’s America" by highlighting "common scenarios and real-life consequences" they may face as a result of President Biden’s policies. Ernst will be using "Game of LIFE" themed posters in her speech, which calls on people listening to ask themselves of each scenario if the government is "acting to secure or subvert your rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness." ERNST, GOP SENATORS BLAST ‘BIDENOMICS’ FOR SPINNING OUT OF CONTROL: ‘THAT PRICE … IT JUST ISN’T RIGHT’ "You work hard and probably put some of your earnings away in a savings account to pay your monthly bills or to be prepared for an unexpected emergency," the remarks read. "That’s...
    More On: the bronx One dead, three injured in separate shootings across NYC Man left with severe head trauma after dispute over minor car accident in Bronx ‘It’s scary, it’s traumatizing’: Boy critically injured after fall from Bronx balcony Cops bust second suspect in fatal shooting of lovestruck Bronx juror Mayor Bill de Blasio is in for an old-fashioned Bronx cheer when he tours the borough this week, with many business owners and residents demanding he do more to combat rising crime and declining quality of life. As part of the “City Hall in Your Borough” initiative, the lame-duck mayor on Tuesday will visit the Boogie Down, where locals say prostitution, illegal vending, homelessness and drug-dealing have gotten out of control, while extortionist gangs run the streets. “Let the NYPD do its job,” Michael Brady, head of the Third Avenue Business Improvement District, fumed to The Post ahead of Hizzoner’s visit. “A lot of our property owners feel as if [the] NYPD’s [been] neutered over recent City Council legislation and also the whim of the mayor,” he said, citing...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — As San Francisco tries to bounce back from the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, crime and homelessness now rank among the highest levels of concerns among local residents, many who are contemplating relocating, according to a new poll. The poll was released by the SF Chamber of Commerce and based on feedback from more than 500 San Francisco residents who are registered to vote. READ MORE: San Jose Approves Nations 1st Mandatory Gun Liabililty Insurance, Annual Fees It found that more than 40 percent say they plan to move out of the city in the next few years. Lindsay Stevens just finished moving out over the weekend. “There’s nothing worse than seeing such a beautiful place in such disarray, and I really thought I was going to be sad when the movers loaded up the last container on Saturday, and I have never been more relieved,” said Stevens. After more than 12 years in San Francisco, Stevens recently sold her place and moved to the Palm Springs area. “I honestly think in...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Voters in San Francisco are much more concerned about public safety. In fact, a survey released by the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce found that 70-percent of people said their quality of life has gotten worse in the past few years.RELATED: 24K San Franciscans are behind on rent, some on the verge of homelessness"I think everyone feels the Asian hate crime, the number of car break-ins, the blatant shoplifting that we see in stores, and that's scary. That's scary for residents, that's scary for tourists coming to San Francisco," said Rodney Fong who is the President and CEO of the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce.According to a survey done by the Chamber, 44-percent of voters said they are likely to move out of San Francisco in the next few years."Things have deteriorated," acknowledged Supervisor Matt Haney, but added that says the city is expanding its community safety patrols and street ambassadors to include not only the Tenderloin and Mid Market areas, but also in downtown San Francisco and Fisherman's Wharf."But it's not only on the safety...
    SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — As San Francisco tries to bounce back from the devastating impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, crime and homelessness now rank among the highest levels of concerns among local residents, many who are contemplating relocating, according to a new poll. The poll was released by the SF Chamber of Commerce and based on feedback from more than 500 San Francisco residents who are registered to vote. READ MORE: Car Break-Ins Skyrocket As Thieves Target Unsuspecting Tourists In San Francisco It found that more than 40 percent say they plan to move out of the city in the next few years. Lindsay Stevens just finished moving out over the weekend. “There’s nothing worse than seeing such a beautiful place in such disarray, and I really thought I was going to be sad when the movers loaded up the last container on Saturday, and I have never been more relieved,” said Stevens. After more than 12 years in San Francisco, Stevens recently sold her place and moved to the Palm Springs area. “I honestly think in...
    NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Wednesday marked a historic day across the Empire State. Recreational marijuana is now legal. The legislation has won praise from many supporters, but opponents have voiced several concerns, CBS2’s Andrea Grymes reported. “I’m a little afraid of it,” Upper East Side resident Steve Magnusson said. READ MORE: New York Legalizes Adult-Use Marijuana: ‘A Historic Day’ Magnusson said he’s nervous about New York’s legalization of recreational marijuana. His concerns stem from seeing the effects in his home state of Washington, which legalized pot in 2012. “Crime is up. It seems to have poor results, so I don’t think it’s a great idea,” Magnusson said. Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the wide-ranging legislation on Wednesday. Among the new rules: New Yorkers over age 21 are now allowed to possess up to three ounces of pot outside their homes. They can also grow as many as six mature plants per household. It’s all expected to generate some $350 million in tax revenue each year. The law, which is designed to addresses racial disparities in enforcement, has been praised by...
    The year is just beginning. We have barely a month since it started and, little by little, the most anticipated technological launches of this season begin to happen. Well, in this context we want to take the opportunity to teach you 10 apps that will improve your quality of life in this 2021. As you will see below, it is a series of very varied apps, which respond to different segments, and thanks to which you will be able to get the most out of your day to day. The 10 best quality of life apps for this year For meditation With this of the pandemic, confinement, and the complications that many have suffered to carry out their routine in the usual way, a large number of people have turned to different methods of relaxation. Meditation is one of the most popular, and Ten Percent Happier is a paid app that you can try for free, considered one of the most recommended of its kind. For personal care If February is the month of lovers, you can...
    This year has tested people around the world in ways unparalleled in history. The global health crisis from the coronavirus pandemic has led to sharp global economic downturns. Stirring further anxiety are the growing calls for social change in the face of inequality, calls triggered by the death of George Floyd in the United States that have subsequently spread around the world as citizens look inward at their own societies' inequities. A recent study shows how inequality in countries is being expressed on the internet. In the research, European countries dominate a ranking of overall digital quality of life. The assessment, produced by Surfshark, a virtual private network based in the British Virgin Islands, is an annual report of individuals' experiences using the internet. Denmark ranks No. 1 for overall digital quality of life and is closely followed by Sweden, according to the ranking. Canada ranks No. 3, while France and Norway round out the top five of 85 nations that were evaluated. Australia, which ranked No. 1 in 2019, fell to No. 19, and the United States, ranked...
            by George Rasley  If you want a look at the dystopian Hell that Democrats will create in your city or town should they win the 2020 election look no further than what has happened in Minneapolis since the city council and Mayor gave the city over to the Far Left BLM revolutionaries. After the city leaders allowed days of violent insurrection, that burned over three miles of city storefronts, the Minneapolis City Council voted 12-0 to abolish the city police department. According to the UK’s Daily Mail, homicides, shootings and robberies in Minneapolis have all increased by double digits from last year. So far this year 288 people have been shot — a total that exceeds all of 2019. There have also been 41 homicides in the city so far this year. In 2019, there were 48 homicides in Minneapolis in total. According to Minneapolis Police Department records, reported by the Daily Mail, gunfire incidents increased 224 percent and 166 percent respectively compared to 2019. More recently, Minneapolis’ South Side has been hit with a...
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