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    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The City of Philadelphia has suddenly cut ties with Philly Fighting COVID, a group that had been running the city’s largest coronavirus vaccination site at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. There are allegations that the group misused vaccines and there are also concerns about the safety and privacy of personal information from tens of thousands of people who signed up with the group. The city calls the allegations disturbing. “I do understand why people are upset with that. We were very upset as well, that’s why we’ve terminated the relationship,” Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr. Thomas Farley said. “Obviously, in retrospect, this organization, it wasn’t good for us to have a partnership with that organization.” Philly Fighting COVID had been one of the largest vaccine providers in the city, giving doses to thousands at the Convention Center. The city abruptly terminated its relationship when the group switched from nonprofit status to for-profit, enabling it to sell personal information gathered from tens of thousands of people who registered on its website expressing interest in getting the COVID vaccine. “The organization is...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Whether at home or outside, folks had to adjust and make the most out of 2020. “It was stressful at first, but we are so grateful,” Katie Alvarez said. The Alvarez family is expecting a baby boy in three weeks. They have spent the entire pandemic season growing closer as a family, while renovating their bathrooms and creating a nursery. “We started to work more so on our relationship and with our 16-year-old foster child, so it allowed us to get closer as a family,” Antonio Alvarez said. Katherine Heatley is a life coach in Boston. She says the lack of social interaction challenged people to make changes. “There’s always room for improvement on with physical and mental health and with family and friends,” Heatley said. Heatley said people need to pause and evaluate their lives. “Would you like your life to go back to the way it was pre-pandemic are you happy with that? Or are there changes you would like to make, and this is such a great opportunity figure out what...
    I am in my early 80s and have lived long enough to experience a lot and always have been able to manage difficult times. As we continue through this current climate, I need a lift. What can you offer?  C.N. Dear C.N Thank you for your question. Here’s one possible antidote: humor.  In 2017, HBO presented a documentary entitled “If You’re Not in the Obit, Eat Breakfast” that confronted stereotypes about life after age 90. In the film, Carl Reiner has a conversation with several of his friends from show business, challenging what it means to really live in your 90s. Reiner, the legendary comedian, director and screenwriter, offers himself as Exhibit A at age 95. (Reiner passed away in June 2020 at age 98.) He spoke with other legendary comedians: Filmmaker and funnyman Mel Brooks, age 90; TV icon Norman Lear, age 95; and beloved performer Dick van Dyke age 91. Comedy is part of these men’s work. Humor can be used as a teaching tool, although it is unlikely that is the intention of these notables....
    Sweet-Pea, a Chihuahua that went missing five years ago in Compton, California, was finally reunited with her owner Tuesday, according to multiple reports. Thanks to microchip identification, members of the Inland Valley Humane Society were able to track the tiny dog’s owner after finding the canine Tuesday afternoon, in Covina, Los Angeles County, California, about 30 miles away from where she was lost, NBC Los Angeles reported. (RELATED: Military Member Reunites With Her Dog After Returning Home From Deployment) Sweet-Pea reuniting with her mother after being missing for 5 years… there was not a dry eye in the house for this moment. https://t.co/a0rkCJMEA9 — IVHS & SPCA (@IVHSSPCA) December 16, 2020 Reuniting with Sweet-Pea “means the world to me,” owner Ursula Lopez told KNBC-TV, according to US News & World Report. Sweet-Pea seems to have been well-cared for during her extended period of being missing; there was no “immediate” information disclosed about the dog’s whereabouts during its time apart from Lopez, ABC News reported. The Inland Valley Humane Society, speaking of the incident, stated that the reunion is a “good” reminder...
    CBS San Francisco Staff Report SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) — With a surge in coronavirus cases, the information you need to know is coming fast and furious. Here’s a roundup of the COVID stories we’ve published over the last 24 hours. Bay Area COVID Front Line Health Care Workers Anxiously Await Vaccine’s Arrival SAN FRANCISCO — For the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began, San Francisco health care worker Charlotte Countee began feeling a sense of relief Sunday. Shipments of the new vaccine began arriving in California late Sunday night. Countee is a front line health care worker — an employee of the San Francisco Department of Public Health. Lately, she has been testing people for COVID-19. She and her colleagues have been worried for months not just about their own health, but also that of their patients. “It would be a great relief to be vaccinated, and be in the clear,” she said. “I think treatment and care of patients would be better, because at this point we’re all, you know, very very careful and very concerned and...
    MEGHAN Markle took time to privately process her tragic miscarriage before her brave public revelation, a source has claimed. The Duchess of Sussex, 39, today revealed the "unbearable grief" she and husband Prince Harry had gone through after the miscarriage in July. ⚠️ Read our Meghan and Harry blog for the latest news on the Royal couple 8Prince Harry and Meghan Markle are seen here with their son ArchieCredit: EPA In an emotional op-ed for the New York Times, the duchess recalled how it had been a normal morning looking after their then 14-month-old son Archie when she felt the "sharp cramp". In the moving piece, she wrote: "After changing his diaper, I felt a sharp cramp. I dropped to the floor with him in my arms, humming a lullaby to keep us both calm, the cheerful tune a stark contrast to my sense that something was not right. "I knew, as I clutched my firstborn child, that I was losing my second. Hours later, I lay in a hospital bed, holding my husband’s hand. "I felt the clamminess of his...
    Women in a matriarchal Chinese tribe - where females inherit property, control finances and take as many lovers as they wish - are healthier than those in male dominated villages, researchers have found. A new study suggests that women who live in villages of the Mosuo tribe in southwest China, known as the 'Kingdom of Women', have lower blood pressure than similar villages run by men.  Women in these communities were also found to be less likely to develop heart disease or type two diabetes as they had much lower levels of inflammatory proteins in their blood. A new study has found that omen who live in villages of the Mosuo tribe in southwest China, known as the 'Kingdom of Women', have lower blood pressure than similar villages run by men. (Pictured: Women from the Mosuo ethnic group ) This is according to a new study by the department of anthropology at the University of New Mexico, run by Siobhán Mattison. Dr Mattison believes the findings of this study may explain why women in the rest of society tend to suffer...
    Taking a stroll in nature is good for people struggling with their mental health, but its benefits are hindered if a person is instructed to do so by their doctor or loved ones.  So-called 'green prescriptions' are becoming increasingly popular as GPs use Mother Nature to help people struggling with depression, anxiety and other issues.  But a study by the University of Exeter found instructions to go outdoors undermines the benefits compared to a person motivating themself to spend time alfresco.  The findings reveal the more pressure people feel from friends or other well wishers to visit nature, the less inclined they are to do so and the more anxious they feel. Scroll down for video  So-called 'green prescriptions' are becoming increasingly popular as doctors use Mother Nature to help people struggling with depression, anxiety and other issues. But a study by the University of Exeter found instructions to go outdoors undermines the benefits compared to a person motivating themself to spend time alfresco (stock) In the new study, researchers investigated whether contact with nature has the potential to...
    Dark chocolate, in moderation, is good for your heart because of its antioxidant properties. Andrew Hounslea/Getty Images Dark chocolate can be good for your heart when it's consumed in moderation.  Dark chocolate contains a higher percentage of cocoa than other chocolate, and cocoa is rich in antioxidants and flavanols, which have been associated with heart health.  While eating lots of dark chocolate isn't likely to improve heart health, it can be a healthier choice than other junk foods high in sugar and fats.  This article was medically reviewed by Jason R. McKnight, MD, MS, a family medicine physician and clinical assistant professor at Texas A&M College of Medicine.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Various research studies have found that moderate chocolate consumption may have heart benefits. But dark chocolate often sticks out as the best choice.  Dark chocolate generally contains less sugar than other types of chocolate. More importantly, it has higher concentrations of cocoa powder. Cocoa is made from cacao beans, which have high levels of antioxidants and flavanols, two substances that have been linked to...
    PLEASANTON (KPIX 5) – As COVID-19 cases are spiking in some parts of the country, the Bay Area is doing better than most other big cities. In fact, San Francisco has the lowest death rate and some of the lowest case rates of anywhere in the nation. “It’s definitely something I’m extremely grateful for,” says Eric Bolin. He lives in Livermore and used to commute into San Francisco every day to go to work at a PR firm. Now, he’s working from home and his office on Thursday afternoon was a table in the sun near Starbucks. “I think that’s helped the Bay Area in a lot of ways because we’re already so infused into the technology world,” says Bolin. It’s one of many reasons why health experts think the Bay Area has been spared from a resurgence of coronavirus cases. Bay Area companies were quick to transition employees to working from home, plus county health departments across the region quickly implemented COVID restrictions and have been slower than most to lift them. “Within the state of California guidelines, they’ve...
    House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said Monday on MSNBC “All In” that Democrats must win control of the Senate because Senate MajorityLeader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was “not a force for good in our country.” Pelosi said, “One of the things that is so appalling about this judicial appointment right now is they want that person in there to further undermine our democracy. It’s not just about health care, that would be bad enough, but just in time for all the challenges that they may try to make to the election of Joe Biden and that court, they should be all recusing themselves from any decisions about that. But to your point, we just have to win big, and that’s one thing. We’re losing the fight in this coronavirus because they will not do the money for elections, to protect us from overseas interference in terms of protecting the critical infrastructure of our elections, or even to respect the American people who have to stand in line for four hours to vote by just expanding the opportunity to vote, so that...
    By KRISTI MAROHN, Minnesota Public Radio News ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — The St. Croix River is still in good health but is facing pollution threats, according to two new reports. Popular for its scenic beauty and recreation opportunities for boaters and anglers, the St. Croix remains one of the cleanest tributaries to the Mississippi River, thanks in part to a large forested watershed that helps filter out contaminants. But the reports highlight some troubling trends, including increasing development that leads to more polluted runoff entering the river, Minnesota Public Radio News reported. The St. Croix flows more than 160 miles before joining the Mississippi River at Prescott, Wis., forming a large part of the border between Minnesota and Wisconsin. It was one of the first rivers in the United States to be designated for protection under the federal Wild and Scenic Rivers Act in 1968. The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency’s study of the river’s health finds much to be positive about, said Pam Anderson, who manages the MPCA’s surface water monitoring program. “The St. Croix River is a beautiful...
    President Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Joe Biden met for their second and final presidential debate before the Nov. 3 election, immediately jumping into the impact of the coronavirus. “We have a vaccine that’s coming. It’s ready,” Trump said Thursday night. “It’s going to be announced within weeks and it’s going to be delivered.” “We have Operation Warp Speed, the military is going to distribute the vaccine,” the president added. LIVE UPDATES: TRUMP, BIDEN FACE-OFF IN FINAL PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE BEFORE ELECTION Trump’s comments on the timeline regarding a vaccine turn around are contradictory to what Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar previously said. Azar announced Wednesday that vaccines for first responders and the eldery could be available as soon as January. The Health Secretary also said mass vaccine distribution for the general public could be available as soon as March. The debate host, NBC’s Kristen Welker, asked the president if his claims that a vaccine will be ready within weeks was a “guarantee.” Trump responded with an immediate “No.” “It’s not a guarantee but it will be by the...
    On Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell brushed off questions about his health. As The Hill journalist Scott Wong reported via Twitter, the top Republican was asked by a reporter if he is feeling well, but he ignored the question. After the reporter asked whether there is an issue voters should be aware of, McConnell said “of course not.” What prompted the question were recent photos of the majority leader. Dozens of photos taken by Capitol Hill photographers appear to show the Kentucky senator with what seem to be bruises all over his hands and arms, and even on his face. “Uhhhhh look at this picture of Mitch McConnell’s hands,” The Nation writer Annie Shields tweeted, attaching two photographs taken by The Associated Press. The photos show that the senator’s hands seem to be heavily bruised. He is also seen wearing a patch on his thumb, and another one on his fist. CBS News correspondent Kathryn Watson noted via Twitter that she has no information about McConnell’s condition, but suggested that the 78-year-old Republican may be on blood thinners. “Yikes....
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Saturday is World Mental Health Day. This year, the day has a new sense of urgency for many as COVID-19 has taken a mental and emotional toll on all of us. A Columbia University psychiatrist says there’s going to be a massive increase in mental health disorders due to the coronavirus pandemic, but there’s not enough preparation for it. He says now is the time to act. “Business is good, unfortunately,” Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman said. In the world of mental health, more people are starting to take control of their wellbeing, but unfortunately, not enough. As COVID-19 cases begin to spike across the country, doctors say now is the time to check your mental temperature. “If you do see that you are losing weight, gaining weight, not sleeping regularly, irritable, can’t concentrate on getting work done, you should reach out,” Lieberman said. Lieberman is the chair of psychiatry at Columbia University Medical Center and he says it’s better to err on the side of caution when dealing with this crisis. “I just felt like hopeless,” Pip Rudge...
    MIKE Pence may assume power as President as Trump hospitalized with coronavirus. The Vice President is holed up at his official residence and in "'good health," a spokesperson told CBS. 1Mike Pence may take over the president's duties if Trump falls too illCredit: AFP or licensors President Trump is being transferred to Walter Reed Medical Center on Friday, as he experiences symptoms following a positive COVID-19 diagnosis. Most read in NewsDRUG-FUELED ASSAULTMan 'hooks teen on cocaine and meth' before 'raping her for 7 weeks'BreakingTRUMP HOSPITALIZED'Fatigued' Trump rushed to hospital after 'antibody cocktail' treatment'PLAYED IT DOWN’China mocks Trump saying he ‘paid the price for gambling with a pandemic’HOW COULD SHE?Evil mum ‘murders son, 3, and dumps his body in a bag of his favourite toys’'NO ACCIDENT'Woman, 30, charged over death of ex's son, 3, who suffered 'violent injuries'LatestVIRTUAL CAMPAIGNAll Trump election events moved online or postponed after Covid diagnosis More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories,...
    Loading the player... Vice President Mike Pence and second lady Karen Pence tested negative for COVID-19 Friday morning, hours after President Donald Trump and first lady Melania Trump were diagnosed with the coronavirus. Spokesman Devin O’Malley says Pence “remains in good health and wishes the Trumps well in their recovery.” Read More: President Trump and first lady test positive for COVID-19 Pence is tested every day for the virus, O’Malley confirmed. Trump said early Friday that he and first lady Melania Trump have tested positive for the coronavirus, a stunning announcement that plunges the country deeper into uncertainty just a month before the presidential election. Trump, who has spent much of the year downplaying the threat of a virus that has killed more than 205,000 Americans, said he and Mrs. Trump were quarantining. The White House physician said the president is expected to continue carrying out his duties “without disruption” while recovering. Getty Trump’s diagnosis was sure to have a destabilizing effect in Washington and around the world, raising questions about how far the virus had spread through the...
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    Dr. Anthony Fauci warned on Good Morning America that the U.S. is “not in a good place” in tamping down the spread of the coronavirus ahead of the fall and winter seasons. In an interview with ABC’s Amy Robach on Monday, the White House Coronavirus Task Force member was asked about the country averaging 40,000 new cases per day. “We’re not in a good place,” the NIAID director said. “As we get into the fall and the winter, you really want the level of community spread to be as low as you possibility get it.” “There’s certainly parts of the country that are doing well,” he continued. “But… there are states that are starting to show uptick in cases and even some increases in hospitalizations in some states. And, I hope not but, we very well might start seeing increases in deaths.” “You don’t want to be in a position like that as the weather starts getting cold. So we really need to intensify the public health measures that we talk about all the time.” Fauci was asked about Florida...
    President Donald Trump on Thursday claimed Kim Jong Un is in 'good health' after rumors the North Korean leader had been in a coma. 'Kim Jong Un is in good health. Never underestimate him!,' he wrote on Twitter. His tweet comes after transcripts of Kim's 'love letters' to Trump revealed the dictator fawning over their Singapore peace summit, wishing the president a happy birthday and calling Barack Obama an 'a**hole'. There have been concerns about Kim's health for months with reports earlier this year he had died. He's been seen rarely in public since April amid reports he had heart surgery that went wrong. Last month Kim was in a coma, according to the Mirror.  President Trump claimed Kim Jong Un is in 'good health' after North Korean leader rumored to be in a coma In this picture taken on September 5, 2020 and released from North Korea's official Korean Central News Agency (KCNA) on September 6, 2020 shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Un speaking with party central committee for disaster recovery Kim missed the state...
    President Trump on Thursday insisted that Kim Jong Un is in “good health” — following rumors that the leader of the Hermit Kingdom was gravely ill. “Kim Jong Un is in good health. Never underestimate him!” Trump tweeted. The president’s comment about the North Korean dictator comes as more details of their relationship emerged in Bob Woodward’s latest book, “Rage.” Trump reportedly has “love letters” from Kim fawning over him. Kim reportedly wrote in one letter of “that moment of history when I firmly held Your Excellency’s hand at the beautiful and sacred location as the whole world watched with great interest and hope to relive the honor of that day.” “He never smiled before. I’m the only one he smiles with,” Trump told Woodward in interviews contained in the book. For months, speculation has swirled over Kim’s health, with some reports saying he was in a vegetative state following a botched heart surgery and ready to hand over the keys to the kingdom to his younger sister, Kim Yo Jong. Kim Jong Un is in good health. Never underestimate...
    Dear Moneyist, I’m 73, I live in Texas, and my only remaining relative recently passed away. When my uncle died, he left his two kids everything, including $3 million, and so much more. He left me $15,000. There was a private trust that my late cousin’s wife oversaw. My uncle left nothing to my brother so both of my cousins chipped in $5,000 each to give to my brother. He thinks the money came from my uncle. One of my cousins died, so whatever my uncle left got split between my cousin’s wife and his sister. I was quite hurt that he left nothing to me. I’m quite ill and do not have anything left of my own $15,000 inheritance. I asked my remaining cousin if I could get $5,000 from her as she’s very wealthy. She said no. Do you think asking for the same money they gave my brother is wrong? My cousin said some hurtful things. I know things that my uncle had said about her too, but I would never hurt her by repeating them....
    Remember the goal of flattening the curve? Ensuring that hospitals weren't overrun? Well, what do you call a scenario where thousands of cases result in zero hospitalizations? I'd call it the ultimate flat curve – or downright flat line. Yet rather than recognizing the detection of mild cases among college students as portents of good news, universities continue to sow panic for no good reason. If we had in place the strict eligibility threshold for COVID-19 testing that we had in March when tests were scarce, we quite literally would not know the "epidemic" of mild and asymptomatic cases on college campus even exists. After being open for weeks, college campuses have no reported deaths or even hospitalizations that I can find. You might say that's because they've done such an amazing job preventing cases. Nope: They have tons of reported cases. Dr. Andrew Bostom, a cardiovascular and epidemiology researcher, posted a spreadsheet on twitter of all the cases in 17 state university systems as of September 4: 1/ Very Reassuring U.S. Return To Campus C19 News: ZERO...
    Firefighters in Maryland recently extinguished an apartment fire and rescued two pets in the process. No one was injured in the blaze, and the animals are now said to be in good health. Around 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, firefighters and paramedics from the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services (HCDFRS) rushed to respond to a balcony fire at an apartment complex in Elkridge. Firefighters and paramedics from the HCDFRS rushed to respond to a balcony fire at an apartment complex in Elkridge on Aug. 25. (Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services) All residents had been evacuated prior to the first responders’ arrival, the department said in a release shared to Facebook. TSA NAMES WINNER OF 2020 CUTEST CANINE CONTEST All residents had been evacuated prior to the first responders’ arrival, the department said (Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services) The three-story, garden-style complex was up in flames when they got to the scene, with heavy smoke and fire billowing from the rear from the structure. “Immediately, HCDFRS began to get the fire under control but the fire...
    (Kaiser Health News)Flu season will look different this year, as the country grapples with a coronavirus pandemic that has already killed more than 176,000 people. Many Americans are reluctant to visit a doctor's office, and public health officials worry people will shy away from being immunized.Although sometimes incorrectly regarded as just another bad cold, flu also kills tens of thousands of people in the United States each year, with the very young, the elderly and those with underlying conditions the most vulnerable. When coupled with the effects of Covid-19, public health experts say it's more important than ever to get a flu shot. Getting vaccinated for the flu this year is particularly important, WHO officials sayIf enough of the US population gets vaccinated — more than the 45% who did last flu season — it could help head off a nightmare scenario in the coming winter of hospitals stuffed with both Covid-19 patients and those suffering from severe effects of influenza.Aside from the potential burden on hospitals, there's the possibility people could get both viruses and "no one knows what...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Central Park’s Victorian Gardens Amusement Park, which pops up at Wollman Rink every summer, will not reopen for its 2020 season and might close forever.  “This year has been an incredibly difficult one for communities all over New York City with the health risks resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic and the socio-economic fallout from related governmental executive orders,” wrote owners Zamperla in a press release. “While Vicky and Victor and our entire Victorian Gardens team miss seeing everyone smiling, giggling, and having fun in our amusement park, our number one priority is the health and safety of our community, guests, and team members.” Zamperla, an Italian design and amusement ride manufacturing company, said they were prepared open the park with new COVID-19 protocols during Phase 4 of the state’s reopening plan. But amusement parks were left off the list of safe outdoor businesses allowed to reopen once the last stage of reopening reached New York City.  “This year has been an...
    SAN ANTONIO – Worries are mounting for health care workers as the demand for COVID-19 tests is expected to rise. The city began to prioritize free tests for people who are showing symptoms, and those who believe they are asymptomatic are asked to test at health care facilities. Primary Care Physician, Dr. Saleh Jaafar said he has mixed feelings about the change. He believes this could lead to other problems in the coming days. “If we don’t take control of the testing and the follow-up, the outlook does not look good even by next week,” said Dr. Jaafar. He said health care providers should have been notified sooner so they can prepare for another wave people wanting to get tested. Dr. Jaafar who works at Medcare Associates said his facilities are averaging 20 tests per day, but he expects that number to go up, which could pose a challenge. “Am I worried a lot people aren’t going to be able to be tested? Yes,” he said. Metro Health officials said the recent surge of cases led to new obstacles for...
    Actress Naya Rivera and son Josey Hollis Dorsey. Naya Rivera’s son, Josey Hollis Dorsey, is doing well as a recovery mission continues to find his mother’s body after she went missing on July 8. After being found on a boat alone, the four-year-old is in “good health” according to Page Six. He has also been reunited with his father and Rivera’s ex-husband, Ryan Dorsey, PEOPLE reported. “He’s in good health. The family is going through a very traumatic time right now,” Ventura County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Captain Eric Buschow said Page Six reported. The Daily Mail reported that when Dorsey answered the door of his home on July 9, he was “too distraught to answer questions.” His roommate spoke to them and said that Dorsey immediately ran to get his son when he heard the awful news. “Ryan headed up there as soon as their son was found to look after him. He was gone by the time I got home Wednesday.” The roommate added that Dorsey didn’t know about his ex-wife’s whereabouts. “Naya has been in LA...
    Missing “Glee” actress Naya Rivera’s son was sleeping and in “good health” when he discovered alone on a rented boat after her suspected drowning, authorities said. Josey Hollis Dorsey, Rivera’s 4-year-old son with ex Ryan Dorsey, was still wearing a life jacket when he was recovered Wednesday from the vessel in Lake Piru, according to Ventura County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Capt. Eric Buschow. “He’s in good health. The family is going through a very traumatic time right now,” Buschow told reporters on Wednesday night. Rivera had taken her son out on a platoon boat around 1 p.m. Wednesday for a day out on the lake, about 56 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. But around three hours later, a boat rental employee set out to look for them when they didn’t return at the end of their session, authorities said. Naya Rivera and her son Josey Dorsey in 2019AFP via Getty Images “He found Ms. Rivera’s son on the boat and Ms. Rivera was nowhere to be found,” Deputy Chris Dyer said Thursday. Search crews began “immediately” looking for the...
    Missing “Glee” actress Naya Rivera’s son was sleeping and in “good health” when he discovered alone on a rented boat after her suspected drowning, authorities said. Josey Hollis Dorsey, Rivera’s 4-year-old son with ex Ryan Dorsey, was still wearing a life jacket when he was recovered Wednesday from the vessel in Lake Piru, according to Ventura County Sheriff’s Office spokesman Capt. Eric Buschow. “He’s in good health. The family is going through a very traumatic time right now,” Buschow told reporters on Wednesday night. Rivera had taken her son out on a platoon boat around 1 p.m. Wednesday for a day out on the lake, about 56 miles northwest of downtown Los Angeles. But around three hours later, a boat rental employee set out to look for them when they didn’t return at the end of their session, authorities said. “He found Ms. Rivera’s son on the boat and Ms. Rivera was nowhere to be found,” Deputy Chris Dyer said Thursday. Search crews began “immediately” looking for the actress, who is now presumed to have drowned. Dyer said. No foul play...
    The nation's top infectious disease expert urged caution to those eager to get back to normal, warning that the state of the coronavirus pandemic in the United States is "really not good." Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said during a Facebook Live interview on Monday that the U.S. is still "knee-deep" in dealing with the first wave of coronavirus infections that began in early March. "We are still knee-deep in the first wave of this," he told National Institutes of Health Director Dr. Francis Collins. "And I would say, this would not be considered a wave. It was a surge or a resurgence of infections superimposed upon a baseline." Case numbers in the country have skyrocketed in recent weeks, particularly across the South, as states increase testing measures, and several major cities, including Houston, are struggling to cope with an influx of new patients. Fauci warned that while European nations have more or less mitigated the seriousness of the outbreak, the U.S. is still attempting to contain the first...
    SIR Alex Ferguson looked sharp as he donned a face mask while filling up his motor at an M&S petrol station in Cheshire. The Manchester United icon has made the most of lockdown by pumping weights and exercising every morning. 3 Sir Alex Ferguson nipped to his local petrol station in Cheshire wearing a face mask. 3 Fergie has been keeping fit during lockdown by pumping weights and exercising every morning 3 The 78-year-old, who was in charge of United from 1986 until 2013, is fit as a fiddle Fergie wore a face mask while filling up his luxury Mercedes-Benz, as the country continues to recover from the coronavirus crisis. MAN UTD NEWS LIVE: Follow for the latest United news And the Old Trafford icon, 78, even picked up a cheeky snack from the M&S garage after stopping by. Fergie's wife has reportedly had to "nail his feet down" during lockdown as he has been pumping iron and working out while stuck indoors due to the coronavirus pandemic. On an episode of MUTV Group Chat, United kit man Albert Morgan...
    Less than half of people surveyed in a recent poll said they believe President Donald Trump and presumptive Democratic nominee Joe Biden are in “excellent” or “good” health. The survey was part of a Politico/Morning Consult poll released Wednesday and found that only 40% of respondents thought Trump was in “excellent” or “good” health, while 39% of respondents said the same about Biden. More specifically, the percentage of people who thought Trump and Biden were in “excellent” health sat at 18% and 12%, respectively. An additional 22% and 27% of respondents said Trump and Biden, respectively, were in “good” health. Moreover, 33% of those surveyed said Trump was in “poor” health, while 27% said the same about Biden. The results also split sharply along party lines, as Democrats and Republicans were both more likely to believe the candidate of the opposite party was in “poor” health. If elected, 77-year-old Biden would be the oldest person to assume the presidency at inauguration, edging out 74-year-old Trump, who currently holds that distinction. Both candidates have been subject to speculation about their health...
    A majority of people surveyed in a recent poll believe that neither President Trump nor former Vice President Joe Biden is in good health. Less than a fifth of those polled by Politico/Morning Consult, the results of which were released Wednesday, think either of the 2020 presidential candidates is in "excellent health." Only 18% signaled that they believe the president is in "excellent" health, while 12% said the same about the presumptive Democratic nominee. Additionally, 22% of the 1,988 registered voters who were surveyed consider the president to be in "good" health, while 27% believe Biden is. About one-third said that both candidates were in "poor" health, with 33% saying that about Trump compared with 27% for the former vice president. The poll was conducted between June 19-22 and had a margin of error of 2%. The issue of the candidates' health has been a frequently discussed topic amid the campaign. Last week, the president's campaign launched a “Barely There Biden” website dedicated to "detail Joe Biden’s descent into in coherence throughout his third campaign for president."...
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