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- Best Life
Whether you're topping your salad with Sriracha or dunking your fries in ketchup, the right condiment can make or break a meal. However, you may want to think twice before picking up one particular condiment on your next shopping trip.The U.S. Food&Drug Administration (FDA) has just announced the recall of one popular condiment due to potential contamination. Read on to find out if you have this product at home and what to do if so.RELATED: If You Bought This Food at Costco, Throw It Away Now, F
People Are Claiming The Garlic Snot Trend On TikTok Is Safe And "Not Dangerous," So We Spoke To An Expert Who Confirmed It Is Very Dangerous
The garlic snot trend is pretty gnarly...and pretty unsafe.View Entire Post ›
- Real Simple
Your morning coffee is a lifesaver in more ways than one.
Montana's attorney general went rogue and sent a state trooper into a hospital after doctors refused to give a COVID-19 patient ivermectin, official says
The county attorney disagreed with the decision to send a trooper, telling Insider, "I saw no crime that needed investigating."
- The Daily Beast
Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty ImagesFlorida’s top medical official is once again under fire for his stance on COVID-19 safety measures—this time for claiming a face mask limits his ability to communicate.Amid controversy over his refusal to wear a mask in a meeting last week with state Sen. Tina Polsky, Surgeon General Dr. Joseph Ladapo insisted in a Tuesday statement his decision to flout pandemic safety measures—despite the politician indicating she was sick—stemmed from his
- The Week
How Germany is beating COVID, and what America can learn
- Madame Noire
CBD oil has wonderful benefits that treat many symptoms of menopause.
NFL kicker Younghoe Koo uses single-leg 'Good Morning' squats to strengthen his back, core, and glutes in one move - here's how it works
Atlanta Falcons kicker Younghoe Koo led the NFL in scoring last year. He recently shared one workout move he swears by: the "Good Morning" squat.
- The New York Times
The number of new daily COVID-19 cases in the United States has plunged 57% since peaking on Sept. 1. Almost as encouraging as the magnitude of the decline is its breadth: Cases have been declining in every region. Forecasting COVID’s future is extremely difficult, and it’s certainly possible that cases will rise again in the coming weeks. But the geographic breadth of the decline does offer reason for optimism. Sign up for The Morning newsletter from the New York Times Past COVID increases have
Mike Mora, photographer and husband of singer Kelis, revealed that his doctors told him there’s nothing left they can do […] The post Kelis’ husband gives update on cancer battle: ‘They couldn’t do anything else for me’ appeared first on TheGrio.
- LA Times
Federal health officials aren't giving any specific recommendations, but there are options for COVID-19 boosters, and it's OK if you mix vaccines.
- Business Insider
Fauci disputes NIH-funded research at Wuhan Institute involved gain of function as Rand Paul calls for his firing
Paul said in an interview with "Axios on HBO" that President Biden should fire Fauci, who he claims lied to Congress about US-funded research in Wuhan.
- Rachael Ray CBS
Dr. Kristi Funk shares her top lifestyle changes for optimal breast health, including thorough air filters and the best type of mammogram to ask for.
Simple steps you can take to kick your junk food cravings and eat healthier long term, according to an expert
In his new book, "Hooked," investigative journalist Michael Moss explored why processed food is so tempting, and found steps we can take to resist it.
As ambulance sirens continuously pierce the air of Romanian cities as they rush COVID-19 patients to already full hospitals, queues are starting to form at vaccination centres. Daily COVID-19 inoculation numbers have reached pandemic highs this month in the European Union's second-lowest vaccinated country, as Romanians respond to dramatic death rates and newly enforced restrictions. In the capital Bucharest, Elena Serban, a 51-year-old garment worker had postponed getting the vaccine because she did not have health problems that would have threatened her if she got infected.
A new mutation of the delta variant has been detected, but it may not be time to panic yet. On Oct. 21, the UK health security agency (HSA) designated AY.4.2, a mutation of the B.1.617.2 delta strain, as a variant under investigation (pdf). The delta variant was first found in India in October 2020 and its AY lineage is found in about 70% of all samples sequenced.
- CBS News
Former acting CDC Director Dr. Richard Besser, pediatrician and president of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, weighs in on vaccines for children age 5 to 11.
Miranda Cosgrove says she woke up from a 2011 surgery with a mysterious hole in her leg and she still doesn't know how it got there
The "iCarly" actor faced a tour bus crash that left her with a broken ankle - and a mysterious hole just above the injury.
- Washington Post
The public health rules that dictate how cruise ships can operate in U.S. waters during the pandemic will become recommendations in mid-January, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday. Authorities replaced an earlier ban on cruise travel with a "conditional sailing order" in October 2020, which laid out steps cruise companies had to take to sail with passengers from U.S. ports. That order - which required ships to sail with at least 95% of people vaccinated or perform a test
- Miami Herald
Florida reported 2,024 COVID-19 cases and no new deaths on Monday, according to Tuesday’s report to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, based on Miami Herald calculations of CDC data.