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How experts worry the coronavirus outbreak could cloud the 2020 general election How experts worry the coronavirus outbreak could cloud the 2020 general election

How experts worry the coronavirus outbreak could cloud the 2020 general election

By 4 months ago

The coronavirus outbreak in the United States has wreaked havoc on the presidential primary calendar, upending elections at least fifteen states, plans for summer nominating conventions and how millions of Americans will cast ballots. While concerns from some Democrats that President Donald Trump could try to postpone the general election are largely unfounded, given the…

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Covid-19 is challenging the world to be kinder Covid-19 is challenging the world to be kinder

Covid-19 is challenging the world to be kinder

By 4 months ago

Sarah Friar is CEO of Nextdoor, an online neighborhood hub to help people make connections and exchange helpful information, goods, and services. Cynthia Bissett Germanotta is President of Born This Way Foundation, which she co-founded with her daughter Lady …

How to strengthen your immunity during the coronavirus pandemic: Exercise, meditation, sleep and stress management How to strengthen your immunity during the coronavirus pandemic: Exercise, meditation, sleep and stress management

How to strengthen your immunity during the coronavirus pandemic: Exercise, meditation, sleep and stress management

By 5 months ago

(CNN)As the coronavirus situation intensifies, you might be wondering: How can I keep myself healthy? The answer lies in following the latest guidelines on social distancing, proper handwashing and your local stay-at-home directives. But there are also way…

Coronavirus: Stay fit to fight the virus, say medics Coronavirus: Stay fit to fight the virus, say medics

Coronavirus: Stay fit to fight the virus, say medics

By 5 months ago

Image copyright Getty Images People should prepare to fight coronavirus like they would prepare for surgery by staying fit and healthy, say medics. Experts at the Centre for Perioperative Care (CPOC) say a healthy diet will reduce the risk of becoming severely ill with the virus. They say people should exercise, have alcohol-free days and…

Coronavirus: Tracking app aims for one million downloads Coronavirus: Tracking app aims for one million downloads

Coronavirus: Tracking app aims for one million downloads

By 5 months ago

Image caption The app is available on Apple’s app store and Google Play An app that tracks the symptoms of Covid-19 in the UK has become one of the most popular downloads.Its creators aim to deliver insights into why some people get the disease more severely than others. They also hope to create a map…

‘Tokyo Olympics will be a carnival unleashed that no-one will take for granted ever again’ ‘Tokyo Olympics will be a carnival unleashed that no-one will take for granted ever again’

‘Tokyo Olympics will be a carnival unleashed that no-one will take for granted ever again’

By 5 months ago

The Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games were due to start on 24 JulyThere is a moment at an Olympic Games, some point after the opening ceremony and around the time where everything around you is drama and smashed records and new heroes, when you look around and think: there is no other square mile or so…

Coronavirus: How to exercise while staying at home Coronavirus: How to exercise while staying at home

Coronavirus: How to exercise while staying at home

By 5 months ago

Media playback is unsupported on your device Media captionDiana Moran, better known as the Green Goddess, was a fitness star in the 1980sThe Green Goddess – the original keep-fit queen of the 80s – is making a comeback on BBC Breakfast. Eighty-year-old Diana Moran will be doing exercises three times a week from self-isolation so…

Happy 200th birthday to Maine, but virus zaps the party Happy 200th birthday to Maine, but virus zaps the party

Happy 200th birthday to Maine, but virus zaps the party

By 5 months ago

The state of Maine is celebrating the bicentennial of its liberation from Massachusetts, with or without a partyBy DAVID SHARP Associated PressMarch 15, 2020, 2:24 PM4 min readAUGUSTA, Maine — Mainers have a special bond with Massachusetts that’s friendly for the most part. What Mainer doesn’t love the Boston Red Sox, after all? But it…

Meat companies say: Eat your veggies Meat companies say: Eat your veggies

Meat companies say: Eat your veggies

By 5 months ago

Meat companies are mixing vegetables into their burgers, nuggets and sausagesBy DEE-ANN DURBIN AP Business WriterMarch 15, 2020, 3:29 PM4 min read Meat companies are making it easier for you to eat your vegetables by blending them into burgers, meatballs and sausages. Applegate is introducing a line of meat-and-veggie burgers and meatballs at grocery stores…

Contracting the new coronavirus may protect against future reinfection – Medical News Today Contracting the new coronavirus may protect against future reinfection – Medical News Today

Contracting the new coronavirus may protect against future reinfection – Medical News Today

By 5 months ago

New research in rhesus monkeys suggests that contracting SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, could protect against repeat infection.Share on PinterestNew research in animals suggests that contracting the new coronavirus may protect the body from reinfection.For live updates on the latest developments regarding the novel coronavirus and COVID-19, click here.Some recent reports have suggested that…

Meat companies say: Eat your veggies Meat companies say: Eat your veggies

Meat companies say: Eat your veggies

By 5 months ago

Meat companies are mixing vegetables into their burgers, nuggets and sausagesBy DEE-ANN DURBIN AP Business WriterMarch 15, 2020, 3:29 PM4 min read Meat companies are making it easier for you to eat your vegetables by blending them into burgers, meatballs and sausages. Applegate is introducing a line of meat-and-veggie burgers and meatballs at grocery stores…

Want a coronavirus vaccine? Fund the research Want a coronavirus vaccine? Fund the research

Want a coronavirus vaccine? Fund the research

By 5 months ago

Dr. Kevin J. Tracey is president and CEO of the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research at Northwell Health. The opinions expressed in this commentary are his own. The spreading coronavirus epidemic and rising death toll highlights the urgency of developin…

Vaping changes oral microbiome and raises infection risk – Medical News Today Vaping changes oral microbiome and raises infection risk – Medical News Today

Vaping changes oral microbiome and raises infection risk – Medical News Today

By 5 months ago

Researchers from New York University (NYU) College of Dentistry are the first to show that the use of e-cigarettes may allow infection-causing bacteria to flourish in the mouth.An increasing number of people are turning to e-cigarettes, or vapes, as an alternative to conventional cigarettes. However, questions remain about the safety of these devices and their…

Convicted kidnapper, torturer’s ex-wife on toxic relationship: ‘I was there to serve’ Convicted kidnapper, torturer’s ex-wife on toxic relationship: ‘I was there to serve’

Convicted kidnapper, torturer’s ex-wife on toxic relationship: ‘I was there to serve’

By 5 months ago

Cortney Shegerian said she spent years being the loyal wife to Hossein Nayeri despite what she says was a toxic and abusive marriage. But when her husband became a suspect in a brutal 2012 kidnapping and torture case involving a medical marijuana dispensary owner, Shegerian got the chance to make things right for herself and…

McCaskill makes transition from Senate to television McCaskill makes transition from Senate to television

McCaskill makes transition from Senate to television

By 5 months ago

NEW YORK — NBC News analyst Claire McCaskill is talking about some of the shows on which she appears — “Morning Joe,” Rachel Maddow or Nicolle Wallace’s hours — when a questioner slips in a little test: What’s your favorite? She bats it away like an annoying fly. “I’m candid,” she said. “I’m not stupid.”…

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