Month: May 2020

Cailin Healy, and an unidentified friend, both of Calabasas, take a selfie together as beach-goers enjoy warm summer-like weather amid state and city social distancing regulations mandated by Gov. Newsom in Huntinton Beach, CA, on April 22, 2020. Allen J. Schaben | Los Angeles Times via Getty Images As the U.S. begins to reemerge from
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Joe Biden has seen a surge in support from health care professionals as President Donald Trump struggles to bring in cash from those working in an industry under pressure from the coronavirus pandemic.  The apparent Democratic nominee for president is ahead of Trump, not just in many national polls, but also in financial support from
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Kourtney Kardashian’s at-home workout routine includes some special (virtual) guests, like TikTok star Addison Rae. The 19-year-old dancer recently joined Kardashian for a Poosh YouTube video, and she shared her go-to booty-targeting moves that only take six minutes total. “This will be a really fun workout,” Rae said. “I’ve done this butt workout so many
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Since the emergence of SARS-CoV-2 in December 2019, the virus has spread from Wuhan, China to the rest of the world. Currently labelled as a global pandemic, each country faces its own challenges with “flattening the curve” of emergent cases and working towards finding effective treatments. Epidemiological data has been rigorously collected in hopes of
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A new study has found a direct association between maternal prenatal stress and negative outcomes of offspring psychopathology. Maternal prenatal stress can be defined as a reduction in the mother’s psychological well-being during pregnancy and is linked to neurobiological, behavioural, and cognitive outcomes in offspring. Prenatal anxiety can also affect childhood psychopathology (manifestation of symptoms
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When it comes to weight loss, many feel that desperate times call for desperate measures. Case in point: Failure in the face of diet and exercise often leads dieters to unconventional weight-loss methods — cyrotherapy, hypnotism, and yes, even acupuncture. It’s said that acupuncture can alleviate stress, physical pain, allergies, addictions, and even PMS, but can it really
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“Disabled looks like me” campaign with Leonard Cheshire and Mimi Butlin is very close to my heart for a number of reasons. The first one is that the aim of the campaign is to breakdown disability stereotypes. One thing I used to get really upset and angry about is being judged because I didn’t look how
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Republican Gubernatorial-elect Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine gives his victory speech after winning the Ohio gubernatorial race at the Ohio Republican Party’s election night party at the Sheraton Capitol Square on November 6, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. Justin Merriman | Getty Images Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine addressed the controversial debate on wearing masks Sunday,
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A team of Swedish scientists found a significantly reduced incidence of advanced breast cancers and breast cancer deaths when women get regular mammograms. Breast cancer is the most common cancer in women. Improvements in cancer treatment options, the promotion of breast self-exams, and the adoption of regular breast cancer screenings using mammography (mammograms) in the
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