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    Building managers that runs a condo on New York's pricey Upper East Side are suing an octogenarian resident for allegedly defecating in the luxury building's communal swimming pool. Lawyers from the Rio Condominium and Spa on East 65th Street, acting on behalf of the building's management company, Allied Partners, allege 83-year-old Helen Hirsh 'defecated in the Fitness Center's pool and then again in the Fitness Center shower.' They also allege in court documents that she was swimming in the wrong communal lane.  Helen Hirsh, 83, is alleged to have 'defecated in the Fitness Center's pool at the Rio Condominium, pictured, and then again in the Fitness Center shower The lawsuit claims the Condominium was forced to shut down the Fitness Center's pool, pictured, so that it could be properly sanitized 'The Condominium was forced to shut down the Fitness Center's pool so that it could be properly sanitized according to the applicable State health code, and to the applicable State health code, and to take the Fitness Center's shower out of use so that it could be cleaned and disinfected. As a...
    A 25-year-old asexual actress revealed that she has been sterilized after a six-year struggle that saw her begging dozens of doctors to perform the operation - who all turned her down because they thought she was 'too young' to make such a 'permanent' decision and told her to seek 'therapy' instead.  Abby Ramsay, from Los Angeles, California, said she realized at age 16 that she didn't want to have kids due to the immense responsibility of raising another human being. She then decided that she wanted to undergo surgery to ensure that she couldn't conceive after struggling with the normal forms of contraception. Abby, who had a very religious upbringing, said birth control made her 'sick' and that she had an 'intense fear of foreign objects being inside of her,' which ruled out IUDs.  She also said condoms weren't 100 per cent effective, which left her terrified to have sex - so she decided she wanted to become sterile. A 25-year-old asexual actress revealed that she has been sterilized after a six-year struggle that saw her begging dozens of doctors...
    During an interview on Fox & Friends Monday, Dr. Mehmet Oz tore into the Philadelphia Inquirer, accusing the paper of wanting to silence him and “putting their thumb on the scale” as he seeks the Republican nomination to run for the U.S. Senate in Pennsylvania. When asked by co-host Steve Doocy about the Inquirer’s style-based decision to no longer refer to him as “doctor,” Oz responded: They are putting their thumb on the scale. Here’s the thing, there is such an enthusiastic response to the campaign. I’m in Pittsburgh talking to people and it makes me optimistic because they have got great ideas. Meanwhile, the inquirer hates that I’m empowering you and hates that I’m taking on some of the established folks, hates that the entrepreneurial solutions might make sense and they don’t like I say what I see so they want to silence me “They’re trying to cancel you,” Doocy responded. “People see it. I mean, you can’t look away,” Oz continued. “Why would the Inquirer get involved in this process? Why would they not want to...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — A mountain biker from Eagan is thankful to be alive after a serious accident on a northern Minnesota trail. It happened at Cuyuna Lakes Mountain Bike Trails near Crosby in Crow Wing County more than a week ago. WCCO spoke with the victim, who is a father, husband and corrections officer named Todd. READ MORE: Police Response Prompts Closure Of I-694 In The North Metro Todd (credit: CBS) “I remember landing on like my stomach, and my chest took the brunt of the impact. I managed to kind of scoot myself up on this embankment on the left-hand side, and that’s where I sat,” Todd said. “I was starting to see white spots. I’m like, ‘OK, this isn’t cool … this isn’t normal.’” It’s a crash Todd recounts from his HCMC trauma bed. His survival was due to the actions of a nearby biker named Dr. Jesse Coenen. “All of us involved that day will involved that day will surely never forget what happened,” Coenen said. (credit: CBS) Coenen is used to trauma, but not in...
    Kyeremanteng slammed the medical community for putting "value judgments on people based on lifestyle decisions." The doctor makes it known that he wants people to get vaccinated, but he lists other potentially dangerous behaviors such as smoking and IV drug use that can put people's health in jeopardy. "When you come to my ICU, I treat you the same," Kyeremanteng proclaimed in the video posted to Twitter. "We hustle. We do what we can to serve and get you through your illness. And to think that we would do anything less because of your vaccine status is atrocious. It is absolutely atrocious." "And it would be extremely shameful to even think that's a consideration within our society," said Kyeremanteng, who is also the host of the "Solving Healthcare" podcast. "Like, we're better than this. We are better than this." He said not giving unvaccinated patients access to all the care that they need is "not right," and not why he "got into medicine." Kyeremanteng understood why health care workers could be frustrated, but that is no reason to...
    A doctor in Missouri has said that people in her state are getting vaccinated against COVID-19 in secret, to avoid the 'peer pressure' and accusations of 'giving in'.  Only 40 percent of Missouri's population is fully vaccinated - making the state 12th worst in the nation for vaccine take-up. Alabama is the worst with 33 percent fully vaccinated; Vermont is the best, with 67 percent.  Missouri has had the fourth worst caseload over the past week, with one in every 360 people diagnosed with COVID-19.  COVID-19 hospitalization jumped by 168 percent from a low point of 628 of May 23, to 1,684 on July 24. The increase was even starker in sparsely-vaccinated southwest Missouri, where the number of hospitalizations leapt by 443 percent and reached pandemic highs.   Dr Priscilla Frase, chief medical information officer at Ozarks Healthcare in West Plains, Missouri, told CNN on Wednesday night that the rising caseload was making people have second thoughts about holding out against vaccinations. Dr Priscilla Frase, chief medical information officer at Ozarks Healthcare in West Plains, Missouri, said that she has...
    A PEDIATRICIAN has gone viral about the amazing way he vaccinates babies WITHOUT making them cry. All parents will want to try it as it beats seeing their children screech in pain. 3This famous TikTok doctor has the best way to vaccinate babies without making them cryCredit: TikTok @cc24k 3He typically tickles them before jabbing themCredit: TikTok @cc24k In a TikTok video shared by mom C Chen, her partner could be seen sitting with their four-month baby on his lap. The dad was holding the baby's arms away from his body as a doctor sat across from the holding a needle to jab him with his routine vaccinations. The Long Island pediatrician could then be seen poking and tickling the baby all over his arms, legs, chest, and tummy as he giggled joyously and smiled happily. With the lid on the vaccine needle, the pediatrician continued to tickle the baby as he wiped his tiny legs with a cotton ball, prepping the area. The doctor even blew bubbles around the baby, distracting him as he got ready the needle....
    (CNN)By the time Christopher Morrison's patients want the vaccine, it's too late. The Missouri emergency physician is in the epicenter of a new storm of Covid-19 infection, as the Delta variant scythes through populations skeptical of vaccines that leave recipients 99% immune from dying of the disease. "Most of the patients I see are regretful that they didn't get vaccinated," said Morrison, who himself caught Covid but didn't even know until he was tested as his symptoms were so mild because of the vaccine. "I'm not there to wag a finger at them at that point, when people are that sick," Morrison said on CNN's "The Lead with Jake Tapper." Morrison said there are many reasons why people won't get their shots, including misinformation or that they simply didn't take the time to do it. But one of the saddest aspects of the pandemic is that politics, that have already infected everything else in America are hampering the vaccination drive. Republicans long used to political leaders and right-wing leaders downplaying the virus and criticizing the government, are far less likely...
    A DOCTOR has revealed the exact time you should go to sleep if you want to wake up feeling refreshed. Dr Karan Raj took to TikTok to explain that waking up feeling groggy in the mornings could be linked to waking yourself up in the middle of a sleep cycle. 3Dr Karan Raj revealed how to ensure you wake up feeling refreshed in the morningCredit: TikTok In a video called 90-minute rule, which has racked up over 1.6million views, he said: "Try this if you want to wake up feeling refreshed. "Every night your brain moves through several sleep cycles. Each cycle starts with light sleep, then you enter deep sleep, then dream, and back to light. "Each of these cycles is around 90 minutes. You feel most refreshed if you wake up at the end of one of these 90-minute cycles. "That's because you're closest to your normal waking state and to increase the chances of this, first figure out what time you want to wake up." 3Dr Raj said people need to count backwards in 90-minute cycles until...
    A 64-year-old man allegedly told a woman 'I'm going to kill you, I want you to die' before he shot his 54-year-old wife and turned the gun on himself in a doctor's office in Texas.  Andrew Wang, of Richmond, is accused of shooting his wife twice before he shot himself dead on the 4th floor of the office building next door to the Woman's Hospital of Texas in Houston Monday afternoon. Police were called to the scene just before 3 pm and discovered Wang dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.   Wang's wife, who has not been officially named by police, was taken to hospital in a stable condition.  A 64-year-old man allegedly told a woman 'I'm going to kill you, I want you to die' before he shot his 54-year-old wife and turned the gun on himself in a doctor's office in Texas. Pictured the crime scene  The shooting unfolded at about 2:55 p.m. Monday at the building at 12121 Richmond Avenue.  Police said Wang had an appointment at the medical facility that day and his wife was accompanying...
    Health care workers were the first nationwide to receive the COVID-19 vaccine this week, but a doctor at Houston Memorial Medical Center said Wednesday that half of his unit's nurses don't want it, calling it a "political toy."  "Yesterday I had a - not a fight - but I had a friendly argument with more than 50 percent of my nurses, in my unit, telling me that they would not get the vaccine," Dr. Joseph Varon told NPR's Steve Inskeep Wednesday.  "Of course I pushed the concept that people should get vaccinated, and I asked, ‘why not?’ And, you know, at the end of the day, like I have said before, coronavirus has become a political toy, and most of the reasons why most of my people don't want to get the vaccine are politically motivated." PFIZER COVID-19 VACCINES UNDER CLOSE WATCH AMID SNOWY WEATHER, AZAR SAYS Varon said that he and his staff will have access to the vaccine next week. Despite some hesitation, he said others are "very happy" and "actually kind of annoyed" that they didn't make the first round of vaccination.  The...
    THE Good Doctor has sparked a major backlash with itscoronavirus storyline as fans rage 'we want to ESCAPE the pandemic'. The ABC medical drama returned last week for its fourth season with the staff at San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital tackling the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 4The Good Doctor's coronavirus episodes has received a backlash from viewersCredit: Getty Images - Getty However, some fans have taken issue with the subject matter of the two-part season opener, as many watch TV to escape the real life pandemic, not be reminded of it. Taking to Twitter, one fan wrote: "WHY does the #TheGoodDoctor have a coronavirus storyline? We’re already living it. People watch tv for an escape. Is creativity that low??" Another added: "I wish #TheGoodDoctor wasn’t about #Covid19 this season. Sometimes we watch TV to escape this crazy time." A third tweeted: "Why would they make the new episode of #TheGoodDoctor about corona??? I’m trying to escape reality." 4The staff at San Jose St. Bonaventure Hospital deal with the pandemic across the two-part season four opener Credit: Getty Images - Getty...
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