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Right-wing activist Laura Loomer, who once said 'bad fajitas' were worse than COVID-19, has tested positive and says she's in 'so much pain'
The right-wing activist said in December 2020 that she wanted to prove that she'd had "bouts of food poisoning that are more serious" than COVID-19.
(Bloomberg) -- Ten years ago, the poultry muscle disease known as white striping was almost nonexistent. Now, the fat-boosting ailment shows up in 99% of U.S. store-brand chickens, according to a Humane League study to be released Monday.The animal-welfare nonprofit conducted an investigation in 29 states that found the affliction in virtually all grocery-store-brand chickens sampled. The illness is driven by the extreme conditions of factory farming, which turbocharges the raising process to a
“It’s hard to get rid of so much PTSD," the actress said. "It’s in your bones and it’s in your nervous system for sure.”
- The New York Times
Lanson Jones did not think that the coronavirus would come for him. An avid tennis player in Houston who had not caught so much as a cold during the pandemic, he had refused a vaccine because he worried that it would spoil his streak of good health. But contracting COVID-19 shattered his faith in his body’s defenses — so much so that Jones, nose clogged and appetite vanished, began hunting for anything to spare himself a nightmarish illness. The answer turned out to be monoclonal antibodies, a 1
Let’s get straight to it: Bad breath stinks. And while you could just inhale Altoids before every important life event, Elisa Mello, a dentist at NYC Smile Design , shares her...
- Washington Post
The days of full covid coverage are over. Insurers are restoring deductibles and co-pays, leaving patients with big bills.
Jamie Azar left a rehab hospital in Tennessee this week with the help of a walker after spending the entire month of August in the ICU and on a ventilator. She had received a shot of the Johnson & Johnson vaccine in mid-July but tested positive for the coronavirus within 11 days and nearly died. Now Azar, who earns about $36,000 a year as the director of a preschool at a Baptist church in Georgia, is facing thousands of dollars in medical expenses that she can't afford.Subscribe to The Post Most
- Who What Wear
Long story short: It worked.
- Kansas City Star
“The question is what am I doing to get people out of jail from the Jan. 6. So what we did is we took a deep, deep dive,” the junior senator said.
‘I decided I’d jump the gun’: What to consider before getting a booster shot if you’re not eligible yet
An FDA panel voted against recommending Pfizer booster shots for the general public, but recommended them for people who are at least 65 and at high-risk for severe disease.
- The Week
Why doctors don't think vaccine skeptics' acceptance of a helpful COVID-19 treatment is sufficient
- Business Insider
COVID-19 vaccine's impact on menstrual cycles needs to be investigated after 30,000 women report changes, says top scientist
Dr. Victoria Male, from Imperial College London, says the changes are safe and short-lived, but it's crucial to find out why it happens.
Grocery Store Shortages Comparable to 2020 — Are You Prepared for Lack of Supply During the Holidays?
While it's still unclear whether the Delta variant will put a damper on holiday celebrations, according to the Wall Street Journal, some executives are preparing for U.S. consumers to have larger...
- Business Insider
Employers say 'ghosting coasting' is a growing problem, but workers have their reasons for quietly walking away from a job
"We're just understaffed and barely keeping our heads above water and I'm at a complete loss as to how to fix it," one food-service recruiter said.
- The Telegraph
Men could be cured of prostate cancer in a week using larger doses of precision radiotherapy, scientists believe.
- Good Housekeeping
The Amazon series is shocking, to say the least.
- Miami Herald
In 1777, there weren’t chants of “My body, my choice” at political rallies or governors selling “Don’t Fauci my Florida” campaign T-shirts.
- LA Times
One Fresno area hospital had nine critically ill patients who weren't able to get into the intensive care unit for more than three days.
Seven Southern states account for 70% of US orders for monoclonal antibodies, the treatment of choice for many vaccine refusers
Governors in states with low vaccination rates are pushing the treatment, which many vaccine refusers are willing to take if they contract COVID-19.
- Yahoo Life
"I would be lying if I said this did not majorly suck," says Teigen, who lost son Jack last year.
(Bloomberg) -- Iron ore extended its slump below $100 a ton as China stepped up restrictions on industrial activity in some provinces. Futures in Singapore tumbled as much as 12% on Monday in thin trading due to a holiday in China. Prices have collapsed about 60% since a record in May, and are below three figures for the first time in more than a year, as Chinese demand wanes.The world’s biggest steelmaker is intensifying steel production curbs to meet a target for lower volumes this year as it