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    A MUM discovered that she was allergic to her husband after their saucy romp put her in hospital. Kristen had wanted to give her partner Shaun a birthday he’s never remember, and so covered her naked body in balloons ready for a night of passion. 3Kristen suffered an allergic reaction to her own husband during sexCredit: TLC 3Doctor Carmela Yomtoubian explained that women can develop allergies during pregnancyCredit: TLC But after the pair finished their love-making, Kristen began experiencing a burning sensation and was struggling to breathe. Speaking on TLC’s Sex Sent Me to ER, she explains: “After I gave him his special birthday present - my throat started closing up, I started getting wheezy. “I have had so many different allergy attacks, asthma attacks that I knew that something was different and something was wrong.” After losing consciousness, Kristen collapsed, hitting her head on the way down, quickly bringing Shaun’s birthday party to an abrupt halt. Convinced that Kristen must have had an allergic reaction to the Latex in the balloons, the pair head to the hospital. However, the...
    Share this:ROMANIA — Hospital fire: Emergency personnel removed a victim on a stretcher after a fire in the COVID-19 ICU section of the Hospital for Infectious Diseases in the Black Sea port city of Constanta, on Friday. Authorities said a fire at the hospital killed nine COVID-19 patients in the ICU. All patients were evacuated following Friday’s blaze at Constanta’s Hospital for Infectious Diseases.Photo: Costin Dinca/AP   FRANCE — Tear gas: Teargas was thrown at Marseille supporters after the Europa League group E soccer match between Marseille and Galatasaray outside the Stade Velodrome stadium in Marseille, on Friday.Photo: Daniel Cole/AP   AFGHANISTAN — Madrasa: An Afghan student read the Quran, Islam’s holy book, at a madrasa in Kabul, on Tuesday.Photo: Felipe Dana/AP  
    Share this:JAPAN — State of emergency: Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga was seen through a teleprompter as he spoke during a news conference at his office in Tokyo, on Thursday. Japan announced on Thursday that it is extending a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and 18 other areas until the end of September as health care systems remain under severe strain, although new infections have slowed slightly.Photo: Kim Kyung-Hoon/Pool Photo via AP   NORTH MACEDONIA — Fire: A police officer walked past burned hospital equipment on the site of a destroyed field hospital following a fire in Tetovo, early on Thursday. The fire overnight ripped through a field hospital set up to treat COVID-19 patients, leaving numerous people dead.Photo: Visar Kryeziu/AP   ITALY — Formula One Grand Prix: Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton of Britain and his dog Roscoe arrived at the Monza racetrack, in Monza, on Thursday. The Italian Formula One Grand Prix will be held on Sunday.Photo: Luca Bruno/AP  
    TRIBUTES have been paid to soap star Jay Pickett following his death aged 60 on Friday.  The soap star, best known for his roles in Days of our Lives and General Hospital, died while filming a new film in Idaho.  1The soap star, best known for his roles in Days of our Lives and General Hospital, was today remembered as a “great person” following his passingCredit: Getty Images His cause of death is not yet known.  Actor Jim Heffel posted on Facebook: “Yesterday I lost a good friend and the world lost a great person.  “Jay Pickett decided to ride off into the Heavens. Jay died sitting on a horse ready to rope a steer in the movie Treasure Valley in Idaho." More to follow... For the latest news on this story keep checking back at Sun Online. The Sun is your go to destination for the best celebrity news, football news, real-life stories, jaw-dropping pictures and must-see video. Download our fantastic, new and improved free App for the best ever Sun Online experience. For iPhone click here, for Android click here. Like...
    JESY Nelson's ex and Our Girl star Sean Sagar spent the weekend in hospital with a mystery illness. The 30-year-old actor took to his Instagram Story from his hospital bed yesterday afternoon, later revealing that he stayed overnight. 7Sean was discharged from hospital today Thankfully, the star was discharged today - admitting that his scary experience had made him realise that he shouldn't "take things for granted". Sean admitted that he was struggling to sleep as he spent the night on the ward yesterday, filming himself laying in the bed as he told fans: "I'm not gonna lie, these places are mad depressing. "Oh my god, get me out man. I don't like sleeping in these places." Earlier today, Sean basked in the sunshine as he shared a photo of his window from his spot on the ward, writing: "Might be cringe but I'm grateful for the NHS!!! 7He revealed he'd stayed overnight in hospital 7The star struggled to sleep while hooked up to medicaton "We take things for granted way too much!" And once he was given the all-clear...
    ALABAMA — Twister: On Thursday, residents surveyed the damage to homes after a tornado touched down south of Birmingham, damaging multiple homes. Authorities reported major tornado damage Thursday as strong storms moved through the state. The governor issued an emergency declaration as meteorologists warned that more twisters were likely on their way.Photo: Butch Dill/AP   KENTUCKY — Hospital threat: Law enforcement members responded to the University of Kentucky Chandler Hospital in Lexington on Thursday. Police arrested an armed Kentucky man as he left the hospital after receiving a tip from another police department that he was in the area. A large police presence was at the University of Kentucky’s Chandler Hospital emergency room Thursday and university officials asked students and visitors to stay away from the area.Photo: Ryan C. Hermens/Lexington Herald-Leader via AP   BANGLADESH — Clash: Two factions of protestors clashed after Friday prayers at Baitul Mokarram mosque in Dhaka on Friday. Witnesses said violent clashes broke out after one faction of protesters began waving their shoes as a sign of disrespect to Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and...
    NEVADA — Celebration: Vegas Golden Knights left wing Max Pacioretty (67) celebrated after scoring against the Minnesota Wild during overtime of an NHL hockey game on Monday, in Las Vegas.Photo: John Locher/AP   ECUADOR — Bedridden: COVID-19 patients laid in beds in the cafeteria area, which was repurposed a few months ago to be able to treat more patients at the Institute of Social Security Quito Sur Hospital in Quito, on Tuesday. The hospital, which extended its services to residents who are not part of the social security system IESS, is full and there are dozens of coronavirus patients in intermediary care waiting to get into the ICU, according to Francisco Mora, hospital coordinator of Epidemiological Surveillance and Infectology.Photo: Dolores Ochoa/AP   MYANMAR — Red: Anti-coup school teachers in their uniform and traditional Myanmar-hats participated in a demonstration in Mandalay on Wednesday, again taking to the streets to protest last month’s seizure of power by the military.Photo: AP  
    MAINE — Sunset: With a chill in the air and sea birds in the sky, a visitor to Fisherman’s Point took in the sunrise on Friday, in South Portland. Historic Portland Head Light sits on the rocky coast 1.5 miles to the south.Photo: Robert F. Bukaty/AP   RHODE ISLAND — Teamwork: A medical team helped turn over a COVID-19 patient on a respirator inside the intensive care unit at Kent Hospital on Monday, in Warwick. Kent hospital opened a field hospital on Nov. 30, just before Rhode Island’s infection rate became the highest in the world. Kent Hospital was using all its beds for its sickest COVID-19 patients and needed somewhere for the overflow.Photo: David Goldman/AP   BRITAIN — Under pressure: Senior Funeral Director Ben Blunt, center, lined up with staff before leaving Heritage & Sons Funeral Directors in Aylesbury, southern England, ahead of a funeral service on Wednesday. Funeral home staff are under pressure in many places, but the burden is especially intense in Britain, where more than 115,000 people with the virus have died, one of the highest...
    Los Angeles — The nurses of California are afraid. It's Christmas Eve, and they aren't home with their families. They are working, always working, completely gowned up — and worn down. They're frightened by what people are doing, or not doing, during a coronavirus pandemic that has already killed more than 320,000 nationwide and shows no signs of slowing down. They're even more terrified of what's next. "Every day, I look into the eyes of someone who is struggling to breathe," said nurse Jenny Carrillo, her voice breaking. A charge nurse at Providence Holy Cross Medical Center in Los Angeles' San Fernando Valley, Carrillo is haunted by the daily counts of COVID-19 patients. Dark shadows circle her eyes. By Tuesday evening, the hospital had 147 coronavirus patients — a record for Holy Cross but a tiny fraction of the 2 million cases recorded in California since the pandemic began. Close to 18,000 people were hospitalized in the state Tuesday, and models project the number could top 100,000 in a month — unimaginable for medical systems that are already running out...
    While the pandemic might still not be over, people are slowly getting used to the new normal. Bollywood stars too have kickstarted their work and are travelling to different cities for their shoots. Saif Ali Khan, who will be seen in Bhoot Police, too has flown to Dharamshala for the shoot of the film with the entire cast. Talking about getting back to work, Saif compared working on a film set to being in a hospital and added that the working environment is very dangerous for the crew. Bhoot Police: Yami Gautam, Jacqueline Fernandez, Saif Ali Khan, Arjun Kapoor Take Chartered Plane to First Shooting Location. During an interview with Quint, Saif said that because actors cannot wear masks, the film set is a very dangerous environment at this time. He is glad that at least most of the people he has worked with, have made really big efforts to ensure everyone’s safety. “People are trying their best, but it’s still dangerous. These are tricky times and I feel actors definitely deserve credit for this,” added the Bhoot Police actor. He...
    ITALY — Ready to go: Nurse Ginevra Fattori donned protective equipment before entering the sub-intensive care unit of the San Filippo Neri hospital in Rome on Thursday. Photo: Alessandra Tarantino/AP   FRANCE — Getting there: A couple wearing protective masks left the Republique subway station in Paris on Thursday. Photo: Lewis Joly/AP   BELGIUM — Staff protest: Medical staff members demonstrated outside the MontLegia hospital during a surge in admissions in Liege on Thursday. Photo: Valentin Bianchi/AP  
    EVERY child’s first day at school is special, but for one mum, waving goodbye to her daughter has been nothing short of a miracle. Hannah Wallace, four, has spent over eight months of her life in hospital, surviving three liver transplants as well as hundreds more life-saving procedures to keep her alive against all odds. 14Amanda has shared her pride in her daughter Hannah Wallace's braveryCredit: Supplied 14Hannah has beaten the odds to start reception at her local schoolCredit: Supplied Now starting reception at Beighton Infant School in her hometown of Sheffield for the first time, mum Amanda says she and her husband Tom never thought this day would come. “Hannah’s a walking miracle,” Amanda, 39, tells The Sun. “She’s spent over eight months of her life in hospital, but she’s made it.” 'It was absolute hell' Born with the rare but life-threatening liver condition Biliary Atresia, Hannah underwent her first major surgery at just three weeks old to rebuild her faulty bile ducts. However, her liver function didn’t improve and at five months old Hannah was put on...
    As the wind howled and the rain slammed down, a team of nurses, respiratory therapists and a doctor worked through the night to care for 19 tiny babies as Hurricane Laura slammed southwestern Louisiana. The babies, some on ventilators or eating through a feeding tube, seemed to weather the storm just fine, said Dr. Juan Bossano, the medical director of the neonatal intensive care unit at Lake Charles Memorial Hospital for Women. “They did very well. They tolerated it very well. We had a very good day,” he said. Laura made landfall early Thursday morning as a Category 4 storm, packing top winds of 150 mph (241 kph), and pushing a storm surge as high as 15 feet in some areas. Hours before it made landfall, officials had to move the babies from the women’s hospital to the main hospital in the system after it became clear that storm surge could inundate the women’s hospital, located on the southern end of Lake Charles. The hospital has its own generator and hospital administrator Alesha Alford said it was built to withstand...
    (CNN)With rising Covid-19 cases and hospitalizations sending many states backward in their reopening plans, one health expert warns that if the US continues on its current path it will reach "one of the most unstable times in the history of our country.""We will have hospitals overwhelmed and not only in terms of ICU beds and hospitals, and that's bad, but exhausted hospital staff and hospital staff that's getting ill themselves," Dr. Peter Hotez, the dean of tropical medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, told CNN's Anderson Cooper. "So, we won't have enough manpower, human power, to manage all of this."Only five states are seeing a decrease in the number of new cases reported compared with last week, and the US set a record for the highest single day of new cases for the second time this week with 63,900 cases on Friday, according to data from Johns Hopkins University. The resurgence has many local leaders returning to actions taken in March and April to slow the virus' spread.Georgia governor and Atlanta mayor at odds over coronavirus guidelinesAt least 26 states...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A vigil was held outside Munster Community Hospital Thursday evening for Jamal Williams, the Western Michigan graduate shot and killed last week by a retired police officer. Williams’ parents now have a growing list of agencies they say failed their son and a list of reasons they think their son changed — the COVID-19 pandemic, the death of George Floyd and the loss of Williams’ graduation ceremony. Williams’ mom noticed a change in her son’s normally upbeat demeanor, so she tells CBS 2 she put a tracker on him, and two weeks ago she got worried. “Here we are dropping our son off to get some help, and here ending up hearing the very place he went to get help from he ended up dying,” said Williams’ mother Patrice Patterson-Davis. Two weeks ago Williams made it halfway home from college in Kalamazoo. After jumping into the cab of a semi-truck and threatening the driver, the 22-year-old Division I football standout was seen standing out in a parking lot “raising his hands and yelling to the sky,” according to...
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