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    This isn\u2019t just about planes. This means a 4 year old kid with cancer who\u2019s parents have no vehicle might be forced to sit next to a floridly sick / coughing covid patient with no mask on a bus, while going to get chemo.\n\nBut tell me about the great ventilation systems on those\u2026https://twitter.com/JeromeAdamsMD/status/1516129355956686859\u00a0\u2026 — Jerome Adams (@Jerome Adams) 1650309296 "One way masking works – two way masking works better. And by the way – under five year olds – the group that can’t be vaccinated- can’t get good fitting masks. So more than anyone they rely on others," he wrote. Many Americans oppose mask mandates and believe that individuals should have the freedom to decide whether or not to wear a face mask. "I get it. Many people hate mandates (at least that’s what they say their main concern is). The mandate is gone. That doesn’t mean you can’t / shouldn’t take measures - even ones that alone may not have a big impact- to protect others. Small efforts x many people = many helped," Adams tweeted. The...
    Residents in one Fairfield County town have been receiving threatening text messages demanding money. On Thursday, Nov. 11, New Canaan residents reported receiving unsolicited text messages from 203-571-3124, said New Canaan Chief of Police Leon Krolikowski. The scammer demanded payment or the residents’ family members would be harmed. "These messages are scams and are a part of a national trend," Krolikowski said.  The chief said residents should: Never give personal information to unknown persons over the telephone or electronically. Be suspicious of unsolicited telephone calls, voice messages, text messages, and e-mails. Never communicate with scammers and block the scammer’s telephone number and e-mail address. Never wire or send money in response to an unknown person who makes an unexpected demand. To reach the New Canaan Police Department, call 203-594-3500.
    (AP/KDKA) – Can kids be harmed wearing masks to protect against COVID? No, there is no scientific evidence showing masks cause harm to kids’ health despite baseless claims suggesting otherwise. READ MORE: Pittsburgh Downtown Partnership Moves 60th Anniversary Light Up Night Celebration To Saturday The claims are circulating on social media and elsewhere just as virus outbreaks are hitting many reopened U.S. schools — particularly those without mask mandates. In Pennsylvania, masks are required in K-12 schools. The recently issued mandate has spawned protests in a handful of districts, with some parents claiming masks are harming their children. (Photo: KDKA Photojournalist Tim Lawson) Among the unfounded arguments: Masks can foster germs if they become moist or cause unhealthy levels of carbon dioxide. But experts say washing masks routinely keep them safe and clean. Some argue that young children miss important visual and social cues that enhance learning and development when their classmates and teachers are wearing masks. But others note that children with vision or hearing impairment learn to adapt and that other kids can, too. “We don’t know for...
    Can kids be harmed wearing masks to protect against COVID? No, there is no scientific evidence showing masks cause harm to kids’ health despite baseless claims suggesting otherwise. The claims are circulating on social media and elsewhere just as virus outbreaks are hitting many reopened U.S. schools — particularly those without mask mandates. Among the unfounded arguments: Masks can foster germs if they become moist or cause unhealthy levels of carbon dioxide. But experts say washing masks routinely keeps them safe and clean. Some argue that young children miss important visual and social cues that enhance learning and development when their classmates and teachers are wearing masks. But others note that children with vision or hearing impairment learn to adapt and that other kids can, too. “We don’t know for sure that masks have no developmental effects but we do know that there are adverse effects from not trying to stop transmission,’’ said Dr. Emily Levy, a critical care and infection control expert at Mayo Clinic Children’s Center. There’s strong evidence masking children in schools can reduce COVID-19 transmission to...
    KIDS will be harmed if schools shut again after lockdowns left so many depressed, experts have warned. The closing of classrooms last year caused “significant health harms” to children and teens, scientists at University College of London said. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest updates 1Schoolkids need to stay in school to protect their mental and physical health, scientists have warnedCredit: Getty And these will “likely be magnified” by further school closures in future Covid waves. The team trawled through all studies so far on the impact of Covid on schoolkids spanning 20 countries. Research suggested that between 18 and 60 per cent of children had markers of distress, particularly anxiety and depression symptoms. These figures were substantially higher than before the pandemic, the paper said. A study in the UK revealed anxiety was reported in almost half of girls aged between 13 and 18, and almost 60 per cent of boys. Around a fifth of each gender also had depressive symptoms. A broad range of other studies found varying results, but the experts concluded  “evidence for impacts...
    New York (CNN)A federal judge ruled Friday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's conditional sailing orders on the cruise industry "likely constitutes an unconstitutional delegation of legislative power to CDC."In a motion for a preliminary injunction, the state of Florida alleged that the CDC's order exceeds the agency's authority and that it was was "arbitrary and capricious" in issuing the conditional sailing order. The state claimed the CDC failed to recognize the prevalence of vaccines and the effectiveness of Covid-19 mitigation measures. As a result, US District Judge Steven Merryday in the middle district of Florida deemed that Florida is likely to succeed in the case. The injunction stayed in effect until 12:01 am ET on July 18, during which the CDC was prohibited from enforcing it against any cruise ship arriving in, within, or departing from a port in Florida, the order said. After that, the conditional sail order became a non-binding "consideration, recommendation or guideline."The judge gave the CDC until July 2 to propose a narrower injunction that allowed the ships to sail, and he ordered...
    Tucker Carlson has claimed healthy young people are more likely to be harmed by the vaccine than by COVID-19, as he slammed US colleges and universities for demanding proof of inoculation among returning students. The Fox News host accused the Biden administration Thursday night of refusing to mention 'the downside of vaccination' after the Centers for Disease Control announced it was looking into higher than expected reports of heart inflammation in young people after receiving the Pfizer or Moderna shots.  CDC bosses said 226 viable cases had been reported - mainly affecting teenage boys and young men after their second dose of the shot. Reports are extremely rare and it is not clear if the heart inflammation is being caused by the vaccine. More than 130 million Americans have received the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, which require two doses spaced three or four weeks apart.  Tucker Carlson has claimed healthy young people are more likely to be harmed by the vaccine than by COVID-19, as he slammed US colleges and universities for demanding proof of inoculation among returning students The...
    Prince Harry has revealed what stopped Meghan Markle from acting on suicidal thoughts. It's no secret that the two have struggled with heightened media attention and scrutiny since the beginning of their relationship, but many didn't know just how bad things had gotten for Markle until she and Harry sat down with Oprah Winfrey for a tell-all interview. "I was really ashamed to say it at the time and a shame to have to admit it to Harry, especially because I know how much loss he suffered," she said at the time. "But I knew that if I didn’t say it that I would do it. And I just didn’t, I just didn’t want to be alive anymore." In his new series, "The Me You Can't See," Harry is echoing his wife's sentiments, explaining that it was his tragic past that stopped Markle from harming herself. PRINCE HARRY SAYS PLEASE TO HIS FAMILY WERE ‘MET WITH TOTAL SILENCE, TOTAL NEGLECT’ "The thing that stopped her from seeing it through was how unfair it would be on me after everything that...
    Joy Behar told her co-hosts Wednesday on ABC’s “The View” that Fox News host Tucker Carlson should be “tied up and put in a corner” for downplaying the storming of the U.S. Capitol but then clarified she was not advocating anything “harmful.” Discussing the Senate’s hearing over the deadly Capitol riots on January 6, co-host Sunny Hostin, “You have Tucker Carlson on television last night saying that there was no evidence of white supremacists at the riot. Well, the evidence was clear at the riot, at the insurrection. I mean, you had people carrying Confederate Flags. You had Harry Dunn, a Capitol police officer, a black Capitol police officer saying he was called racial slurs at that insurrection. I was disgusted by what Tucker Carlson said. How dare he say there was no evidence of white supremacy there? There was evidence everywhere.” Behar said, “Tucker Carlson needs to be tied up and put in the corner somewhere, so we never hear from him again.” As the segment was ending, Behar said, “I don’t mean to imply that anything harmful should...
    Cynthia Rodríguez will be harmed, former academic warns Tv Azteca | Instagram Firm and determined to verify a series of alleged “abuses”, the singer, “Toñita” Former student of “La Academia” again gives an interview and issues a strong warning about What could happen if Cynthia Rodriguez Do you deny having contributed to damaging your career? In the midst of the controversial statements that “Toñita“, he has recently given to certain media, it is during a new interview that he reiterates the strong accusations against his former partner, the singer Cynthia Rodríguez. Amid strong accusations that one of the former students of “The Academy” carried out against Cynthia Rodríguez, the former participant shared that possibly at some point, the current television host addresses the issue, she said she is confident that she does not deny everything she has said since she assures “it does not suit her.” According to the former contestant from Veracruz, the host of “Come the joy“At some point she will uncover all the versions provided by her former partner who also assures” she would...
    TEXAS Republican official Terry Harper is facing backlash for suggesting Utah Sen Mitt Romney be "introduced to Mr Guillotine." Harper later tried to clarify that he didn't want harm to come to Romney, he just wanted him to be voted out do to his criticism of Donald Trump and his supporters. 5Mitt Romney has criticized Republicans who say they are planning to contest the results of the 2020 electionCredit: Getty Images - Getty 5Terry Harper suggested that Romney be 'introduced' to a guillotineCredit: Facebook 5A guillotine is a device that was used to behead peopleCredit: Facebook Harper's initial post was in response to Romney's criticism of Republican lawmakers, such as Texas Sen Ted Cruz, who are saying they will attempt to deny that Joe Biden won the 2020 election. Romney said the group of 12 lawmakers who plan to challenge the results of the election will "dangerously threaten our Democratic Republic." Romney - a regular Trump-critic - released a statement last week, noting that, "The congressional power to reject electors is reserved for the most extreme and unusual circumstances. These...
    New marijuana business licenses for would-be entrepreneurs who lack funds but come with other credentials are closer to reality in Colorado. These micro-licenses are intended to raise social equity within commercial pot by making business permits more accessible to those harmed by the War on Drugs. While applications could become available in early 2021, a year after the law took effect, the state Marijuana Enforcement Division continues to hold rulemaking hearings. The new licenses will be connected to and housed within the facilities of established cannabis companies that agree to play host, and would come with discounted licensing fees. In general, stakeholders applaud the new opportunities. But some worry that they come with other expenses. Says Sebastian: Related Stories Marijuana Licenses for Low-Income Entrepreneurs Closer to Reality Aurora Slowly Opening Up to Marijuana Delivery Who Should Benefit From Denver's Social Equity Program? Nice to see some equity being built into the system. Notes Ryan: The grow is the expensive part of the operation, not the licensing fees. You don't need a grow to have...
    A simple blood test may identify which coronavirus patients may be helped by steroid treatments and which ones may actually be harmed by using them in the initial treatment of the disease. Researchers at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Montefiore Health System in the Bronx, N.Y., performed an observational study that not only confirmed results of a large British trial of steroid use for COVID-19 patients but also advanced the study by identifying which patients may benefit and which would potentially be in danger from initial steroid treatment, according to the study. INHALED DRUG SHOWS PROMISE IN CORONAVIRUS TREATMENT: STUDY “Our study is consistent with the promising findings from Britain, but for the first time, we are able to demonstrate that people can see the same life-saving benefits with steroid formulations other than dexamethasone,” said Dr. Marla Keller, vice chair for research in the Department of Medicine at Einstein and Montefiore, in a hospital news release. “We also found that a common blood test may identify the best candidates for steroid treatment," Keller, the study's lead author, added. The study involved nearly 3,000...
    (CNN)Watching the unsettling video of George Floyd crying out for his mother while gasping for air made Gwen Carr, the mother of Eric Gardner, "relive her son's death." Put in a choke hold by a New York City police officer in 2014, Gardner's cry of "I can't breathe," became a symbol of the Black Lives Matter protest movement.Six years later, flame and smoke fill the night skies in cities across America as protestors demand justice for Floyd, the unarmed and handcuffed black man in Minneapolis who died after gasping "I can't breathe" as a white police officer pressed a knee into his neck.More recent video shows as many as three officers may have held him down."No matter what he did, he wasn't doing anything to threaten them, so why would they kill that young man? Just like they killed my son," Carr told CNN on Wednesday.Read More"I don't condone violence, but I understand it," said Carr days later, speaking out about the fires, looting and destruction happening in cities like Atlanta, Denver, Milwaukee and Minneapolis. Protests, some peaceful, others violent,...
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