The Trump administration repeatedly interfered with efforts by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention last year to issue warnings about the evolving coronavirus pandemic, six current and former health officials told congressional investigators in recent interviews. This content was originally published here.
Thousands of angry ‘freedom’ protesters stormed Melbourne streets to demonstrate against mandatory vaccinations and new laws set to be introduced by Daniel Andrews. The ‘pro-choice’, anti-government demonstrators marched through the city shouting ‘kill the bill’ on Saturday, they carried flags and provocative banners targeting the premier. Families and young children were among the crowd, which included activists carrying a fake gallows and wearing horror movie masks. One man’s sign depicted Andrews wearing a Nazi officer’s uniform and cap, another showed him as a gremlin and others simply displayed his face above words including ‘liar’ and ‘scum’. Marchers within the crowd chanted […]
One man went on an incredible journey to beat diabetes and take control of his life. By working out and eating healthier, he lost a whopping 200 pounds. Mitch Fuhlman wanted a better life for himself and his kids, so he put himself to the ultimate test. He shows us that if you put your mind over matter, you can accomplish anything. “I started in 2018; my health was severely declining,” he said. “I was diagnosed with diabetes. My doctor told me I needed weight loss surgery, or I was going to die, and it lit a fire under me. […]
Europe has become the epicentre of the coronavirus pandemic again, prompting some governments to consider re-imposing unpopular lockdowns in the run-up to Christmas and stirring debate over whether vaccines alone are enough to tame COVID-19. The continent accounts for more than half of the average seven-day infections globally and about half of latest deaths, according to a Reuters tally, the highest levels since April last year when the virus was at its initial peak in Italy. The fresh concerns come as successful inoculation campaigns have plateaued ahead of the winter months and flu season. About 65 percent of the population […]
It’s the latest challenge to a set of emergency public health rules issued by the Biden administration during the pandemic. This content was originally published here.
Diabetes reversal, not just treatment, should be a goal in the management of type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes can be reversed not only with an extremely low calorie diet, but it can also be reversed with an extremely healthy diet. Could it be because an extremely healthy diet is also low in calories? This is the topic of my video Diabetes Reversal: Is It the Calories or the Food. Study subjects lost as much weight on a green, leafy vegetable-packed plant-based diet as those who were on a semi-starvation diet based on liquid meal replacements. So, does it matter […]
Domestic trips in China during the third quarter fell by 18.3 per cent as sporadic coronavirus outbreaks put a halt to interprovincial travel. This content was originally published here.
The number of people in Alberta hospitals with COVID-19 dropped over the weekend. On Monday afternoon, Alberta Health said that 608 people were in hospital with the illness, down from 660 on Friday. The number of COVID-19 patients in ICUs also declined, down from 141 on Friday to 135 on Monday. There were 1,300 more COVID-19 cases identified in the province over the weekend: 586 on Friday, 430 on Saturday and 284 on Sunday. Alberta currently has 6,387 active coronavirus cases. The Calgary zone has more active cases than any other region in the province (1,804), followed by the Edmonton […]
Okra is a commonly grown plant in the tropical and temperate regions of the world. It has its origins in the North-East African region. It grows as fibrous fruit or pods which can be eaten throughout the year. It can be consumed in different forms like fried, stewed, boiled or pickled. It is also known… This content was originally published here.
“I’m with Big Bird” began trending on Twitter after Sen. Ted Cruz’s attack on the “Sesame Street” character. This content was originally published here.