UK's Javid wants COVID restrictions lifted as soon as possible

Mr Hancock was today accused of ‘sh**ging on the taxpayer’ after it was revealed he took his mistress to the G7 summit and claims they may have started their affair a year ago with the shamed Tory who has abandoned his wife Martha and is said to have told friends: ‘He loves her and wants to be … Read more

Adam Demos confirms he's dating his Sex/Life co-star Sarah Shahi

As detailed by Sportsmail last week, the FA were understood to have pointed Public Health England to the precedent of socially-distanced training set by the Premier League clubs ahead of Project Restart last summer, when players were initially only permitted to work in groups of five before resuming contact training after a fortnight. “This will … Read more

Health and Healthkit: Apple’s big push into health tech

Flashpoint Batley: Anti-racism protesters hold rally against… Flair also analysed dozens of open letters published by alumnae of private schools who complained last year about racist abuse they had endured in schools and a lack of black role models among teachers. The teams’ former medic, who is currently facing a fit-to-practise tribunal, paints a stark … Read more

UB40's Duncan Campbell, 63, announces he is QUITTING the band

The MD is manufactured by B-ON, and the company asserts that the device can measure a user’s electrocardiogram (EKG) activity, blood pressure, heart rate, blood oxygen levels and body temperature, at a 95 percent rate accuracy. The announcement was made during Cardona´s official three-day trip to Puerto Rico, the first for a Biden administration Cabinet … Read more

US STOCKS-S&P futures stall at all-time high

Selpercatinib is the first drug from Loxo’s pipeline that Lilly has brought to market. Prior to the acquisition, Loxo won approval of Vitrakvi, which targets a different genetic mutation and is sold by Bayer AG. The MD is manufactured by B-ON, and the company asserts that the device can measure a user’s electrocardiogram (EKG) activity, … Read more

How COVID-19 has Accelerated America’s Drinking Problem

In a year when light-hearted day-drinking launched a thousand memes, it’s easy to forget that alcoholism is third-leading preventable cause of death in the U.S. Even prior to the pandemic, a 2020 study found that the number of alcohol-related deaths more than doubled between 1999 and 2017. No one has yet to determine if the … Read more

How to Cook Eggs Perfectly, Every Time: Poached, Sunnyside Up, Jammy, and More

When you ask people what foods they learned to cook first as a child, most often they’ll tell you scrambled eggs. Even though a kid can do it, there’s a lot of variation to your scrambled eggs. They can be dry or watery, fluffy or flat. That goes for other egg methods too – there’s … Read more

Autoimmune Diseases: What You Should Know, Even if You’re Not an Autoimmune Patient

Designated Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month, March recognizes the more than 23.5 million Americans who fall under the category of immunocompromised, a number on the rise according to a 2020 study. Some autoimmune diseases are common (e.g. type 1 diabetes, multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory bowel disease), and others are extremely rare. What they all have … Read more

So You Got Your Vaccine…Now What?

It’s finally happening: Vaccines are rolling out, and immunized people are one step closer to a normal, post-pandemic life. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released its highly anticipated guidelines earlier this week for people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. This means parents and grandparents who’ve been vaccinated and haven’t seen … Read more

A Pandemic Guide to Flying the Friendly Skies

It’s been a long pandemic year. With COVID-19 cases on the decline since the start of 2021, stir-crazy Americans are aching to make up for a year spent mostly at home. Though the CDC still advises against non-essential travel, travelers are nonetheless flying the friendly skies, whether because they’re missing faraway family, following the siren’s … Read more