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    When asked about restrictions on abortions, Abrams said that "arbitrary political parameters make no sense. But it should always be that abortion care is available until a fetus is viable unless that viability threatens" a mother's life, Abrams said. Georgia law currently bans abortions after an unborn child's heartbeat is detected, with some exceptions.
    Former heavyweight champion boxer Wladimir Klitschko criticized Tucker Carlson, Candace Owens, and other Americans who are opposed to offering Ukraine military aid. Klitschko, whose older brother Vitali Klitschko is the mayor of Kyiv, joined Eric Bolling on Newsmax TV’s The Balance on Monday. The boxing legend accused Russia of committing war crimes amid Vladimir Putin’s unprovoked invasion of his native country last month. The two-time heavyweight titleholder told Bolling the resolve among Ukrainians to fight Russia remains strong. “We’re going to win this war, we’re going to defend our country, our homes our families, and our children,” he said. “Ukraine is a free nation and we will stand with it. Bolling then asked Klitschko about Americans, mostly conservatives, who have taken an isolationist stance in relation to Ukraine. “Wladimir, you have about two-thirds of the support of the American people right now, but there is a small group, and I’m not one of them, but there’s a small group that believes that what’s happening in Ukraine is not the United States’ problem,” Bolling noted. The host then invoked Carlson and...
    Clive Rose/Getty Images Swimming can simultaneously workout muscles that multiple strength workouts target. Additionally, every swim stroke is also an effective cardiovascular workout.  A swimming instructor broke down which strokes target each area of the body.  If you're looking to freshen up your workout routine, and even push it to the next level, try swapping your weights and treadmill for the pool.  Business Insider: A daily selection of curated stories Loading Something is loading. Email address By clicking ‘Sign up’, you agree to receive marketing emails from Insider as well as other partner offers and accept our Terms of Service and Privacy Policy. Swimming is an effective way to build and tone your muscles while improving endurance. It blends a frequent cardiovascular workout with simultaneous strength training due to the resistance of the water, according to Philip Abundo, a private swimming instructor in Perth Amboy, New Jersey.  "When it comes to swimming, if you want to go and see how important a workout like the squat is, swimmers squat in every single stroke," Abundo told...
    A Canadian politician has been blasted for saying 'fatalities are a part of life' and appearing to blame the public after hundreds of excess deaths were reported amid  British Columbia's unprecedent heatwave and out-of-control wildfires.  At least 486 sudden deaths have been reported over the last five days during British Columbia's heatwave - which included triple digit temperatures and the country's hottest day ever at 121F.  While it's unclear exactly how many are related to the heatwave, the province's chief coroner said there are typically 165 sudden deaths in the same time frame.  British Columbia Premier John Horgan said during a Tuesday press conference that 'fatalities are a part of life.' He went on to say, 'It was apparent to anyone who walked out doors that we were in an unprecedented heat wave and again there's a level of personal responsibility.' He added: 'The public was acutely aware that we had a heat problem. And we were doing our best to break through all of the other noise to encourage people to take steps to protect themselves.' His comments immediately...
    AN expert has revealed the list of names which mean your baby is ‘cool’ and part of the ‘elite’.  Author Pamela Redmond Satran, co-author Nameberry.com, said names go in and out of fashion in the blink of an eye, as they fall out of favour the more popular they become.  2An expert shared 12 names - for boys and girls - which mean your baby is 'cool'Credit: Getty - Contributor Speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, Pamela shared 12 names, for boys and girls, which are in right now, including Sophie, River and James - for girls.  She said: “Elite parents in urban areas lean toward very fashion-forward and sophisticated names. “They are attracted to quirky, not-so-easy-to-like names that are more difficult to embrace.” She shared her list of current ‘elite’ baby names, which include Sam, Jack, Lily, Charlotte and Matilda.  'Elite' baby names Dashiell Sophie Matilda Ophelia Zen River Story James (for girls) Sam Charlotte Jack Lily Data from thousands of parents registering their choices on Nameberry in 2020 - used as an indication for what will be...
    While travelling the world doing research for my new book, I realised something rather extraordinary. Nearly everyone understands the importance of brain health, but few people have any idea how to make their brains healthier, or that achieving such a goal is even possible. Most people seem to believe this mysterious organ encased in bone is a black box of sorts, untouchable and incapable of being improved. Not true! The brain can be continuously and consistently enriched throughout your life, no matter your age or access to resources. Caring for a cat, dog, or bird can be a catalyst to social interaction. Dogs are particularly good social icebreakers, because they serve as a conversation trigger between strangers or casual acquaintances  Our everyday experiences, including what we eat, how much we exercise, with whom we socialise, what challenges we face, how well we sleep, and what we do to reduce stress and learn, factor into our brain health and overall wellness far more than we can imagine. Prevention is the most powerful antidote to illness, and this is especially true...
    The most memorable character on “Call Your Mother” is a cute, cuddly golden retriever — which speaks volumes about the show’s chances going forward. ABC’s new sitcom, premiering Wednesday at 9:30 p.m., doesn’t offer much in terms of originality or laughs. Emmy winner Kyra Sedgwick (“The Closer”) stars as a textbook “helicopter mom” and hits all the right scripted notes, but “Call Your Mother” doesn’t distinguish itself from its hundreds of like-minded predecessors (including the canned laughter, always a notch below amped-up in-studio audience whooping — but that might’ve been a COVID-era necessity). ABC made only the premiere available for review — so it’s hard to say if things get better — but, for now, “Call Your Mother” plays as a generic, cookie-cutter sitcom. Given the state of broadcast TV, which is losing viewers hand over fist, that’s not promising. Sedgwick plays Jean Raines, an oversharing widow living in Iowa, far from her twentysomething kids who’ve relocated to LA: daughter Jackie (Rachel Sennott) and her younger brother Freddie (Joey Bragg from Disney Channel’s “Liv & Maddie”), who develops video...
    More from: Michael Starr Ted Dansons Mr. Mayor delivers the laughs Trying review: Apple TV+ comedy offers plenty of charm NBC medical drama Nurses showing signs of life BBC hit A Suitable Boy makes its US premiere Sitcom king Chuck Lorre strikes again with B Positive The most memorable character on “Call Your Mother” is a cute, cuddly golden retriever — which speaks volumes about the show’s chances going forward. ABC’s new sitcom, premiering Wednesday at 9:30 p.m., doesn’t offer much in terms of originality or laughs. Emmy winner Kyra Sedgwick (“The Closer”) stars as a textbook “helicopter mom” and hits all the right scripted notes, but “Call Your Mother” doesn’t distinguish itself from its hundreds of like-minded predecessors (including the canned laughter, always a notch below amped-up in-studio audience whooping — but that might’ve been a COVID-era necessity). ABC made only the premiere available for review — so it’s hard to say if things get better — but, for now, “Call Your Mother” plays as a generic, cookie-cutter sitcom. Given the state of broadcast TV, which is...
    bymuratdeniz | E+ | Getty Images By this point, Medicare beneficiaries likely know that now is the time of year to get their 2021 coverage straight. While many individuals stick with what they have, others may be exploring a more suitable option. If that involves a Medicare supplement plan, aka Medigap, it's important to know the various rules that apply and to understand the coverage and cost differences among those policies. Medicare's annual open enrollment — now underway through Dec. 7 — is when you can change coverage for next year. That includes enrolling in an Advantage Plan (Part C), which delivers Part A (hospital coverage) and Part B (outpatient care coverage) and usually Part D (prescription drug coverage). You also can switch to another Advantage Plan. Or, you can drop it in favor of Parts A & B, also called original Medicare. That's where a Medigap policy may come into play. Here's what to know.The basicsMedigap plans, sold by private insurance companies, help partially or fully cover cost-sharing aspects of original Medicare, including deductibles, copays and coinsurance. They can...
    FBI warns ransomware assault threatens US health care system: At least 5 hospitals have been hit this week 12 fast-food releases customers loved in 2020 I Can't Believe This Social Security Bonus Was So Easy Ad Microsoft Full screen 1/5 SLIDES © Provided by Best Life This One Part of Your Body Is Growing Faster Than Ever, Study Shows While you probably don't pay much attention to them outside of basic cosmetic maintenance, scientists have long been fascinated with human fingernails and toenails. Not only do they contain useful information about your diet and can be used for DNA analysis, but they also have an element of mystery. For instance, have you ever noticed that you clip your fingernails far more frequently than your toenails? Well, researchers still don't know exactly why the nails on your fingers grow at a different rate than the ones on your toes. However, a study published in the Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology, found some interesting...
    Apple bought music recognition app Shazam in 2018, and now it’s integrating it into iOS in another big way — a new Music Recognition feature can identify songs playing around you as well as in apps on your phone. And it even works when you’re listening to music on your headphones. The new feature is available as a toggle in Control Center, but it does require a developer beta of iOS 14.2 if you want to try it right now. That toggle will look like a little Shazam icon, and you just need to tap it for your iPhone to start listening. Image: Apple You could already use Siri to summon Shazam and identify songs playing around you, but being able to identify music in your apps could be handy too — if, say, you’re wondering what song that creator picked for their TikTok or YouTube video. Interestingly, Android users been able to use Shazam to identify music playing through headphones since June 2019. It’s not clear why the feature took...
    (CNN)Unlike dance battles and dangerous dares, here's a "challenge" just about anyone can get behind. The Australia-based Plastic Free Foundation is once again recruiting participants to take the Plastic Free July challenge -- that is to go without single-use plastic for one day, one week or the entire month of July. "Plastic Free July is a global movement that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution -- so we can have cleaner streets, oceans, and beautiful communities," the organizers say on their website. "Will you be part of Plastic Free July by choosing to refuse single-use plastics?" The initiative, now in its ninth year, is spearheaded by the Australia-based Plastic Free Foundation, which aims to one day rid the world of plastic waste. The annual event aims to provide resources and guides to help anyone interested in taking part "reduce single-use plastic waste every day at home, work, school, and even at your local café." Read MoreSome of the basic solutions the organization suggests for reducing plastic waste include using reusable coffee cups and bottles,...
    (CNN)People are protesting in the streets — they're angry, exhausted and scared by what they see happening in America. They want to know how we got here ... and how we move forward. And I'm ready to have that conversation, too.Today, I launched "Silence Is Not an Option," a new podcast that will be an ongoing discussion about how we oppose racism — in fact, how we become anti-racist — and move toward building that "more perfect union" we were promised but that's never really been available to all. Now is the time that history books will write about — and we are living in it. Don Lemon served as a moderator at the CNN Democratic Presidential Debate in Detroit in 2019. What can we do with this opportunity while so many people are open to listening and maybe, more importantly, receptive to change? To start, we all have a lot to learn about why things are the way they are, and even more to unlearn if we're really going to make things better. You might have questions that you're...
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