New York's law requiring the life-saving equipment in schools doesn't apply to private schools, CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
- Kansas City Star
The fight between the teacher and student happened in the middle school classroom
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Fauci isn’t just worried about a ‘wave of infections’ as China reopens. He sees a risk in a whole new wave of mutant variants
“Whenever you have a large wave of transmissions of a virus, you give it ample opportunity to mutate,” he said.
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He called the student “gorgeous” and wished he “could try to date” her, officials said.
- Men's Health
Peanut butter can help you build muscle, lose weight, and improve your health—but you have to know which kind to buy. Dietitians explain.
Nearly half of COVID patients worldwide still have symptoms after 4 months, according to a giant new study
Here are the most common symptoms that researchers found.
- Akron Beacon Journal
Letters to the editor about abortion, Akron Mayor Dan Horrigan, noisy neighbors, duty to vote.
France's Haute Autorite de Sante public health body advised the government not to use Valneva's VLA2001 COVID-19 vaccine as part of its wider vaccination strategy, although two rival products should be included as booster shots. The snub caused Valneva's shares to fall, with Valneva down by around 1% during the late morning trading session in Paris. "However, the HAS does not include the use of Valneva's VLA2001 vaccine in the current primary vaccination strategy", it added.
- The Conversation
Educators stereotype Black students in subtle ways. Jonathan Kirn via Getty ImagesWhen a white Texas middle school teacher told his students in November 2022 that he was “ethnocentric” and thought his race was “superior,” he attempted to explain his position by arguing that he was hardly the only person who held such a view. “Let me finish …” the teacher is seen telling his students on a now-viral video as they began to push back against his remarks. “I think everybody thinks that; they’re just
“God Bless you all for all the prayers and well wishes for me and my family,” the Today show weather anchor said on social media amid his ongoing health issues
Asian students admitted to masking their racial identities in their applications to top colleges and universities in the U.S. in a bid to bypass the race-conscious admission policies instituted by affirmative action. In an interview with The New York Times, several students revealed that they were forced to make themselves appear “less Asian” on their college applications just to be considered for admission. Clara Chen took the test for Advanced Placement French instead of the Advanced Placement exam for Chinese out of concern that it could undermine her score.
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Everything we know about the 'Today' Show's Al Roker still being off-air after being hospitalized twice for blood clots.
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Doctors are warning against using Ozempic, a drug intended to treat Type 2 diabetes, for weight loss after some people sought out the drugs to help them shed a few pounds quickly.
China should change its official name for COVID-19 to reflect the virus' mutation, and patients with light symptoms should be allowed to quarantine at home, a leading authority on traditional Chinese medicine was quoted as saying on Wednesday. Gu Xiaohong told the state-run Beijing Daily newspaper that the coronavirus' Chinese name, which identifies it as a pneumonia-causing disease, should be changed to call it simply an infectious virus. China's approach to COVID - which has emphasised widespread testing and the quarantining of positive cases in specialised facilities - should change from "passive detection" to "active prevention", with recuperation at home for light cases.
- The Courier Journal
The exact cause of insulin resistance in prediabetes and Type 2 diabetes is uncertain but a major contributing factor is too much body fat.
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- Sacramento Bee
Here’s where the Sacramento region stands with COVID-19 transmission and masking guidelines.
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On Thursday, the singer revealed her battle with a rare neurological disease. But what exactly is it?
Health authorities around the world say the benefits of the Covid-19 vaccines far outweigh the known risks, but a pathologist from the US state of Idaho claims in a series of interviews shared on social media that the shots are linked to an uptick in cancer. This is false, according to medical experts and a leading cancer treatment hospital."300% increase in cancers!!" says text over a video shared November 22, 2022 on Instagram.The clip features Ryan Cole saying: "I was the first pathologist in
The School of the Art Institute of Chicago -- which awarded Ye the degree in 2015 -- says it "condemns and repudiates" the rapper's "anti-Black, antisemitic, racist and dangerous statements."