Brazil's Health Minister tested positive hours after attending the UN General Assembly, and will quarantine in New York City for the next 14 days.
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- Eat This, Not That!
Browsing the supplement aisle at your local drugstore or supermarket can feel overwhelming. In front of you are countless supplements claiming to provide everything from better heart health to improved cognitive function to weight loss. And while some supplements do deliver on their promises, many fall short. Worse yet, some could do more harm than good.In fact, there's one supplement that has so much potential to cause harm that experts recommend you avoid it entirely. According to Courtney D'A
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Hillary Clinton Visits Husband Bill Clinton at Hospital as Others Wish Former President a 'Speedy Recovery'
The former president is responding well to a treatment of IV antibiotics and fluids for an infection, doctors said Thursday
"Indications are that Trump is much more involved in this whole thing than we think he was,” said Dean, who knows all about problematic presidents.
- Rolling Stone
Hint: A lot more likely
Some say a fermented apple a day will help stabilize blood sugar, support weight loss, and lower blood pressure—here’s the truth.
- The Telegraph
Matt Hancock has lost his new job at the United Nations just four days after being appointed, following outrage from figures who condemned the “jaw dropping” decision to appoint him as a special envoy for Covid recovery in Africa.
- Associated Press
A crowd of 100 people wreaked havoc in downtown Portland, Oregon, this week – smashing storefront windows, lighting dumpsters on fire and causing at least $500,000 in damage – but police officers didn't stop them. Portland Police Bureau officials say that's because of legislation passed by Oregon lawmakers this year, which restricts the tools they can use to confront people vandalizing buildings and causing mayhem. “The reason that we did not intervene goes back to what we talked about last month with House Bill 2928 and the restrictions placed on us in a crowd control environment,” KOIN reports that Portland Police Lt. Jake Jensen said in a neighborhood meeting Thursday.
- Washington Examiner
Kim Jong Un, the leader of North Korea, applauded his nation's soldiers as they performed a series of extreme martial arts.
- The State
In an email sent to all of South Carolina’s state senators and their staff, she wrote, “That sure is the whitest looking black guy I’ve ever seen.”
- Business Insider
Lin Wood told Insider that he and Greene were no longer "aligned" in trying to overturn the 2020 election results.
- Washington Examiner
A CNN contributor is telling her network to rein it in after the outlet aired "dishonest" coverage about podcast host Joe Rogan's use of ivermectin to fight COVID-19.
“This report is a disappointment to anyone who’d hoped for a hard-hitting effort to address the Supreme Court’s deep troubles," said Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse.
- USA TODAY
My son's story isn't unique. We can’t keep going down this road. We can’t keep sacrificing our children on the altar of pot.
Doctors say the former president had a urinary tract infection that spread to his blood, a condition known as sepsis. Clinton is “in good spirits,” aides say.
- The Daily Beast
Photo Illustration by The Daily Beast / Photos GettyThe mainstream media’s credibility took another big hit this week. Katie Couric, the former co-host of NBC’s Today show, revealed in a new memoir that she chose not to air some controversial comments made to her five years ago by the sainted Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, involving RBG’s criticism of NFL players like Colin Kaepernick kneeling during the national anthem.Couric says she was “conflicted” because she was a “big RBG fan,
(Bloomberg) -- Most Read from BloombergThe Biggest Public Graveyard in the U.S. Is Becoming a ParkOut-of-Practice Airline Pilots Are Making Errors Back in the AirWhy Buying a Second or Even Third Home Is Becoming More Popular Than EverThe World’s Rich and Powerful Are Stashing $500 Billion in This Tax HavenWhat Comes After GE’s 129 Years of Greenhouse GasPoland has no intention of leaving the European Union, the country’s de facto leader Jaroslaw Kaczynski has said.“Anyone sane in politics can’t
- Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The lieutenant governor, not the governor, is the most powerful official in Texas.
- Best Life
Whether you love lox or are serious about your sushi, seafood is a healthy addition to many diets. Loaded with omega-3 fatty acids and protein, seafood consumption has been linked to increased longevity, better heart health, and weight loss. However, before you order your next seafood-based meal, there's one pertinent question you should be asking your server to avoid serious illness, according to the U.S. Food&Drug Administration (FDA). Read on to discover what question you should be asking and
"The hardest part was knowing that there was something in there, growing," Kasie Hunt tells PEOPLE exclusively