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    I woke up one morning a week ago with one bright red eye. It's not sore but looks quite startling. A few days beforehand, I'd had a migraine. Are the two things linked, or could it be that I am staring at screens too much? Most people will get slightly bloodshot eyes from time to time, particularly if they've been staring at screens all day or had very little sleep. In these cases, usually both eyes are affected. This happens when the eyes get irritated, often because their muscles are strained from being in one position for too long which causes the small blood vessels on the surface of the eye to swell. Headaches can be triggered by staring at screens for too long, as the muscles around the eyes can also become fatigued, writes DR ELLIE CANNON You don't have to shield if your asthma is mild Lots of my...
    Everything you wanted to know about Patrick Mahomes. These are the 14 most Googled questions (and answers) about the Kansas City Chiefs quarterback. If you’re a Kansas City Chiefs fan, you probably think you know everything there is to know about Patrick Mahomes. But if you’re a casual NFL fan who is tuning in to their first NFL game of the year for the Super Bowl, you may have a lot of questions about the quarterback seeking a second-straight Super Bowl and second-straight Super Bowl MVP. Q: Is Patrick Mahomes married?A: He’s engaged to Brittany MatthewsQ: Where is Patrick Mahomes from?A: Tyler, Texas Online search data analyzed from online analytics tool Ahrefs on Feb. 3, 2021, and all online search figures in the research are correct as of then. All online search figures in the research are monthly averages and represent global search volumes.  Thanks to Golf Support for who...
    The most Googled questions about Tom Brady and the answers to what die-hard fans and casual football fans want to know about the future Hall of Fame quarterback. If you’re a die-hard New England Patriots fan or even a casual NFL fan, you likely know a lot about Tom Brady. But if you’re tuning in for Super Bowl 55 for your first football game of the year, you’re going to be in for a shock. Brady no longer plays for the Patriots. Yep, Brady found a new team last spring when he left New England for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. While the jersey and city have changed, Brady in a Super Bowl remains one of the biggest constants in life. Q: What is Tom Brady’s weight?A: 225 poundsQ: How many Super Bowls has Tom Brady played in?A:  Super Bowl marks the tenth Super Bowl that Brady has played in. Online...
    Tom Brady hasn’t played in every Super Bowl. It may only seem that way. Brady will lead his Tampa Bay Buccaneers against the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs on Feb. 7 in Tampa, Florida in Super Bowl 55. It will be the record 10th Super Bowl appearance for the 43-year-old Brady in his remarkable career. He went 6-3 in his first nine appearances. In honor of Brady, here are 12 trivia questions and answers to be enjoyed at your socially distanced Super Bowl party. 1. Tom Brady has won six Super Bowls. Which player has the second-most Super Bowl wins? 2. Name the seven starters (offense and defense) from the Chiefs’ Super Bowl 4 team to make the Pro Football Hall of Fame. 3. Name the four QBs to start the Super Bowl with multiple teams. 4. Who was the MVP in the Tampa Bay...
    DENVER (CBS4) — Doctor Eric France is like everyone and can’t wait for this pandemic to be over. “I’m super excited that we are beginning this journey,” he says. Dr. France is the Chief Medical Officer at Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment and he is overseeing the rollout of the new COVID-19 vaccine. He says it is a good thing for Colorado. “It’s amazing how effective his vaccine is and how safe it is,” Dr. France says. He knows, however, that many have questions about the vaccine and there is a lot of misinformation among the answers to those questions, so he took time out of his day to answer some of them as a professional who has done his research. First, many people may worry that this vaccine was rushed. Before this, the fastest vaccine to be developed was the mumps vaccine and that took four years....
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- The uptick in COVID-19 cases has continuously been reaching record numbers in Los Angeles County, putting most of California under the stay-at-home order.Dr. Otto Yang, professor of medicine and chief of infectious diseases at UCLA, talked to Eyewitness News about the latest issues surrounding the coronavirus and developments in the vaccine.Dr. Yang also answered several viewers' questions on the matter.For his full discussion of COVID-19, vaccines and related issues, watch the video above.
    Overcoming the frustration of spending his early years in Hollywood without landing roles was the actor’s biggest challenge Diego Boneta. Before getting to movies of the stature of ‘Terminator: Dark Fate’ and ‘Rock of Ages’, the actor was faced with a new beginning when he moved to the United States, where he had to earn opportunities. “The biggest challenge I faced in Hollywood it was definitely the rejection. Moving there and for the first time having to be casting after casting after casting. I speak five a week in two years where I have absolutely nothing. “He came from doing things in Mexico, from records, Rebelde and other projects. It was very hard because you realize the competition there and the amount of talented people from all over the world who go to the same thing ”, recalled the protagonist of ‘Luis Miguel: The Series’....
    COVID-19 : Because the health crisis is well worth a documentary, Bertrand Usclat slipped into the shoes of an intrepid director who was ready to do anything to create a buzz. Light on this new creaking parody and which, as always, gives a certain relief to the news. In recent days, a documentary has been controversial in France. This is Hold-Up, a shock survey that attempts to provide answers to the questions that everyone is asking. But his rough statements leave many onlookers perplexed. Among them, Bertrand Usclat. As usual, the comedian surfs the news to make fun of it nicely and provide his answers. With his biting humor, the actor presses where it hurts and invites the French to ask the questions for themselves. Watch (a video by Broute): “In this documentary, we want to show that the virus was created...
    Getty Cam Newton Less than 24 hours after his fumble led to a heartbreaking three-point loss to the Buffalo Bills, the New England Patriots’ Cam Newton was asked about possible moves at the trade deadline. Follow the Heavy on Patriots Facebook page for the latest breaking news, rumors, and content!Cam is Only Worried About His JobNewton was on for his regular guest spot on WEEI’s The Greg Hill Show on Monday. Amongst a slew of other questions, Newton was asked if he is paying attention to what the Patriots do, or don’t do by Tuesday’s trade deadline. Newton made it clear, he’s not focused on any personnel moves. He said: Man, listen here. That’s the last of my worries. I have no interest in worrying about anybody’s job but my job. Newton continues to say all the right things, and even on Sunday, his play was trending in...
    Real Madrid were trailing again in a Champions League match, but at least this time they were actually playing well against Portugal forward. The late goals from Karim Benzema and Casemiro tied the score at 2-2, and there are many talking points to discuss from the sharing of these spoils, which did not really make anyone happy.Three answers1. Will this be the last trip to Manchengladbach? Real Madrid and Munchengladbach have a history, which is a specialty for the Spanish side. One of Los Blancos ‘biggest comebacks in the 1985/86 UEFA Cup was Real Madrid’ s 4-1 defeat at Bernabeu after losing 5-1 at the Old Rhine Stadium, two of George Waltono’s honors titles and a late Sandillana strike in the 89th minute. In a match they eventually won they advanced to distant goals, but these pages never played after that. So, how is it going at this point? Well,...
    Election Day is less than two weeks away, but we don't blame you if you still have a lot of questions.ABC7 News anchor Liz Kreutz is asking Rick Klein, ABC News' political director and expert on all things Election Day, what we should expect to see on Nov. 3.Klein will go over the possible scenarios for Election Night, which battleground states ABC News is watching closely, and when we might know the winner. (Small spoiler: Don't expect to go to sleep Election Night knowing who the next president is.)He'll also talk give us a behind-the-scenes look at how ABC News calls elections and projects the winner.And after 2016, many Americans want to know: Can we trust the polling? Klein will dive into what the polls tell us now, and what went wrong in analyzing them last time around.Watch our Election Ask Me Anything with Rick Klein, political director at ABC...
    (CNN)Judge Amy Coney Barrett submitted written responses to scores of questions from Senate Judiciary Committee members Tuesday night ahead of her expected confirmation to the Supreme Court next week.Barrett repeatedly declined to discuss voting rights, coronavirus and the 2020 election, presidential pardon power, abortion, the Affordable Care Act and other issues that could appear before the Supreme Court in the coming months.In response to a question from Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono of Hawaii, mirroring a contentious moment during the hearings, Barrett again declined to say whether she believes "systemic racism" does or does not exist. Top Democrats refuse to stand by Feinstein after she praised GOP handling of Barrett hearings"I believe that racism persists in our country but, as I explained at the hearing, whether there is 'systemic racism' is a public policy question of substantial controversy, as evidenced by the disagreement among Senators on this very question during the...
    Sen. Amy Klobuchar began the week by telling Americans that no cross-examination, speech or bluster would change Amy Coney Barrett’s nomination to the Supreme Court. Instead, she said, it’s up to you. “Let me tell you a political secret,” Klobuchar said during her opening statement in Barrett’s Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. “I doubt that it will be a brilliant cross-examination that’s going to change this judge’s trajectory this week. No. It is you. It is you calling Republican senators and telling them enough is enough, telling them that it is personal, telling them they have their priorities wrong. So do it.” Sitting on the committee, Klobuchar has now questioned three Trump Supreme Court appointees: Neil Gorsuch, who was appointed to fill a seat after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia; Brett Kavanaugh, who replaced Justice Anthony Kennedy; and now Barrett. But Barret’s hearing is different: Republicans have rushed to nominate...
    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. As the COVID-19 pandemic leads banking customers to lean into online technology to manage their money, those trying online banking for the first time may find themselves with questions about how to handle things previously done in person or with paper documents. If you’re stuck on how to handle some of the practical aspects of online bankingShould I save monthly statements? Experian, EXPGY, +0.47%   one of the three major credit bureaus, recommends keeping bank statements for tax purposes to confirm your income or deductible expenses. If you do end up using your statements for your taxes, you may want to hang onto your statements for up to seven years in case the IRS decides to audit you. Even if your bank keeps digital records of your statements, you may want to print or download your statements just in case. Also see: How...
    Sens. Ted Cruz and Josh Hawley demanded answers over a story that Twitter has censored from appearing on its platform. Cruz wrote a letter to Twitter with questions about the issue on Wednesday. Hawley, who sent a letter to Facebook about the platform's similar effort to stop the spread of the story, has asked that Twitter answer the same questions he detailed therein. The story, which was published by the New York Post, alleges that Hunter Biden set up a meeting between his father, who was then the vice president, and a senior official for Ukrainian energy firm Burisma. The younger Biden served as a member of Burisma's board. Twitter has made efforts to block the story from appearing on its platform, writing in a statement, "In line with our Hacked Materials Policy, as well as our approach to blocking URLs, we are taking action to block...
    Judge Amy Coney Barrett opened the second day of her confirmation hearing by answering whether her lifestyle and faith would influence her decisions on the Supreme Court. Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham asked Barrett about her Catholic faith, how it feels to be nominated to the Supreme Court, and even whether she owns a gun — questions that relate the Second Amendment and freedom of religion. “We do own a gun," Barrett, who serves on the 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, answered when Graham asked her about her “personal views about the topic.” Barrett answered “yes” when Graham asked if she “could fairly decide a case,” even though she owns a gun. Graham asked Barrett if she could “set aside whatever Catholic beliefs you have” regarding cases before the Supreme Court. “I can, and I have done that in my time on the 7th Circuit,” Barrett said....
    Amanda Knox (pictured) has joined a bid to help NXIVM sex-cult leader Keith Raniere, according to reports Amanda Knox has signed a petition calling for federal prosecutors to answer questions about the sex-trafficking case of NXIVM cult leader Keith Raniere, according to reports. The 33-year-old, who herself had her murder conviction overturned in Italy in 2009, is demanding that Brooklyn authorities reassess alleged evidence, jury and witness tampering. Raniere, 60, wrote up the petition that ten of his loyalists later delivered to prosecutors asking them to respond to 'eight simple statements' about their conduct by Wednesday. 'I was contacted by some former members of NXIVM who claim that Mr Raniere has been wrongfully convicted and that the story being told in the media is wrong,' Knox told The Albany Times Union on Sunday. 'I personally do not know enough about the case to make any judgments about whether his conviction is wrongful or...
    LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- Do you have a weather question for Dallas Raines?At 1:30 p.m. Thursday, ABC7's chief meteorologist will be live on our new connected TV apps, answering questions from viewers.There's a lot to talk about, so be sure to download our new apps for Roku, Amazon Fire, Android TV, and Apple TV.We'll also stream live on the ABC7 mobile app and here on ABC7.com.
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    COVID-19: Meat plants sought federal protection Wet Markets Are Essential to Thai Cooking. So Why Are They Disappearing? Steelers defense is absolutely dominant in win over Giants, and Big Ben answers a lot of questions too The Pittsburgh Steelers’ defense was so good last season, it almost dragged Mason Rudolph and Duck Hodges to the playoffs. The Steelers defense might be even stronger this season. And their quarterback play is going to be light years better. Pittsburgh’s defenders seemed to be competing to see who could hit Daniel Jones and Saquon Barkley the hardest. The defense was phenomenal in a suffocating 26-16 win over the New York Giants on Monday night. Other than one long touchdown pass, the Giants rarely got anything going. Barkley, a spectacular back, had just 6 rushing yards on 15 carries. According to Pro Football Reference, only three other times in NFL history...
    On Monday, Dana Simmons came downstairs to find her 12-year-old son, Lazare, in tears. He’d completed the first assignment for his seventh-grade history class on Edgenuity, an online platform for virtual learning. He’d received a 50 out of 100. That wasn’t on a practice test — it was his real grade. “He was like, I’m gonna have to get a 100 on all the rest of this to make up for this,” said Simmons in a phone interview with The News Brig. “He was totally dejected.” At first, Simmons tried to console her son. “I was like well, you know, some teachers grade really harshly at the beginning,” said Simmons, who is a history professor herself. Then, Lazare clarified that he’d received his grade less than a second after submitting his answers. A teacher couldn’t have read his response in that time, Simmons knew — her son was being...
    From time to time, I find small purple bruises on my forearms for no reason. They usually fade after a couple of days and I'm otherwise fit and healthy. Should I bother my GP with it? Yes, absolutely. Any unusual changes to your body should be discussed with your doctor. More often than not, symptoms won't point to anything sinister, but if it is something serious, the chances of effective treatment and cure are always better when a problem is detected early. Bruising usually occurs when blood vessels are damaged by injury, causing a small bleed under the skin. Special chemicals within the blood called clotting factors ensure that the blood clots, stopping a bruise from becoming too extensive. If you start to bruise more or for no reason, it can point to an issue with your blood's ability to clot. Many older people suffer more bruising as a normal part...
    By ELLIOT SPAGAT and ASTRID GALVAN, Associated Press President Donald Trump is trying to keep his promised border wall with Mexico in the public eye during his reelection bid, touting it this week on a trip to Yuma, Arizona. But the wall brought Trump unwanted attention Thursday when former White House adviser Steve Bannon was arrested on charges that he and three associates ripped off donors to an online fundraising effort that aimed to build a privately funded barrier. Trump distanced himself from Bannon while claiming he knew nothing about the project and never supported it. Here are some questions and answers about where Trump stands on a signature campaign promise: WHAT IS THE STATUS OF THE BORDER WALL? The administration says it built 245 miles (392 kilometers) as of July 17 and is holding tight to the president's promise to have 450 miles (724 kilometers) complete by the end...
    President Donald Trump is trying to keep his promised border wall with Mexico in the public eye during his reelection bid, touting it this week on a trip to Yuma, Arizona. But the wall brought Trump unwanted attention Thursday when former White House adviser Steve Bannon was arrested on charges that he and three associates ripped off donors to an online fundraising effort that aimed to build a privately funded barrier. Trump distanced himself from Bannon while claiming he knew nothing about the project and never supported it. Here are some questions and answers about where Trump stands on a signature campaign promise: WHAT IS THE STATUS OF THE BORDER WALL? The administration says it built 245 miles (392 kilometers) as of July 17 and is holding tight to the president’s promise to have 450 miles (724 kilometers) complete by the end of this year. It said in mid-July that...
    President Donald Trump is trying to keep his promised border wall with Mexico in the public eye during his reelection bid, touting it this week on a trip to Yuma, Arizona. But the wall brought Trump unwanted attention Thursday when former White House adviser Steve Bannon was arrested on charges that he and three associates ripped off donors to an online fundraising effort that aimed to build a privately funded barrier. Trump distanced himself from Bannon while claiming he knew nothing about the project and never supported it. Here are some questions and answers about where Trump stands on a signature campaign promise: WHAT IS THE STATUS OF THE BORDER WALL? The administration says it built 245 miles (392 kilometers) as of July 17 and is holding tight to the president’s promise to have 450 miles (724 kilometers) complete by the end of this year. It said in mid-July that...
    David Henrie Says He and Selena Gomez Have Talked About a Wizards of Waverly Place Reboot Kamala Auntie prompts examination of anti-Blackness for South Asians On Bill Belichick, platoons and answers to football questions There is an old expression when it comes to asking New England Patriots’ head coach Bill Belichick: Ask a football question, get a football answer. © Provided by Touchdown Wire For example, back in 2018 the Patriots were becoming more of a 21 offensive personnel team down the stretch. Rookie running back Sony Michel was running behind fullback James Devlin in this package, with two wide receivers, a tight end and the two running backs on the field. Belichick was asked about the fullback position becoming more of a blocking option, and the head coach gave a history lesson in response: I’d say in the 70’s with college football really, I-formation. [John] McKay and people...
    Click here if viewing from a mobile device. Santa Clara County public health officials give updates on the COVID-19 crisis at 10 a.m. PT. Related Articles Pac-12 players unify, threaten to boycott: Five things to know Coronavirus shutdowns expose low-income Bay Area students’ struggle to get online Travel Trouble: How to get a refund during the coronavirus pandemic Unemployed Bay Area workers find new calling, new paychecks Oakland airport travel activity soars
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- 7 On Your Side's Michael Finney is hosting an online discussion about how the coronavirus has impacted the already fraught housing situation in the Bay Area. Plus, he'll be getting the answers to your questions."Housing Help: Renters and Owners," a town hall discussion, is live in the video player above and on our Facebook, and YouTube.Featured on our panel discussion: Lupe Arreola, Executive Director, Tenants Together (a renter's rights nonprofit) Tom Bannon, California Apartment Association President And other tenants and landlords who are experiencing hardship like so many throughout the Bay Area RELATED HOUSING STORIES & VIDEOS: Building a Better Bay Area: The Housing Shift Bay Area rent prices drop, but those unemployed fear eviction Planning groups get creative as demand for affordable Bay Area housing rises San Francisco-Oakland tops list of most gentrified cities in the United States, study shows 'It's not...
    Earlier in July, British actress Michaela Coel made headlines for turning down a lucrative $1 million deal from the streaming giant, Netflix. Sher has developed  2 mindblowing seasons of comedy series Chewing Gum for the streamer in the past, as well as, she has starred in USS Callister, one of the most celebrated episodes of Black Mirror. In May 2017, she pitched her next series, I May Destroy You, to Netflix and was offered a sum of money that could make anyone say yes. But Coel had her apprehensions. Jurassic World: Camp Cretaceous Teaser: New Animated Series Inspired by the Movie Franchise to Hit Netflix (Watch Video). I May Destroy You is based on the actress’ own sexual assault. Around the time she was developing the season of Chewing Gum for Netflix, she was sexually assaulted by two men who spiked her drink. The show was wonderful on paper, so Netflix was...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- 7 On Your Side's Michael Finney is hosting an online discussion about how the coronavirus has impacted the already fraught housing situation in the Bay Area. Plus, he'll be getting the answers to your questions.Join us this Thursday, July 30, starting at 5:15 p.m. We'll be streaming "Housing Help: Renters and Owners," a town hall discussion, live from our website, Facebook, and YouTube.Featured on our panel discussion: Shanti Singh of Tenants Together (a renter's rights nonprofit) Tom Bannon, California Apartment Association President And other tenants who are experiencing hardship like so many throughout the Bay Area Want to get your question in ahead of time? Use the form below.RELATED HOUSING STORIES & VIDEOS: Building a Better Bay Area: The Housing Shift Bay Area rent prices drop, but those unemployed fear eviction Planning groups get creative as demand for affordable Bay Area housing rises ...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- 7 On Your Side's Michael Finney is hosting an online discussion about how the coronavirus has impacted the already fraught housing situation in the Bay Area. Plus, he'll be getting the answers to your questions.Join us this Thursday, July 30, starting at 5:15 p.m. We'll be streaming "Housing Help: Renters and Owners," a town hall discussion, live from our website, Facebook, and YouTube.Featured on our panel discussion: Shanti Singh of Tenants Together (a renter's rights nonprofit) Tom Bannon, California Apartment Association President And other tenants who are experiencing hardship like so many throughout the Bay Area Want to get your question in ahead of time? Use the form below.RELATED HOUSING STORIES & VIDEOS: Building a Better Bay Area: The Housing Shift Bay Area rent prices drop, but those unemployed fear eviction Planning groups get creative as demand for affordable Bay Area housing rises ...
    An Australian dietitian has answered the common questions she is regularly asked by clients about breakfast - including whether it is really the most important meal of the day and if it's necessary to kickstart your metabolism. Chloe McLeod, from Sydney, said people often fall into the breakfast or no breakfast camp, and either of these can be fine provided you know your routine, exercise regime and whether you're likely to overeat later. Chloe also shared the benefits of eating breakfast, but said not everyone needs these. So what do you need to know? An Australian dietitian has answered the common questions she is regularly asked by clients - including whether it is really the most important meal of the day (Chloe McLeod pictured) RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next 'My hair is so smooth': This $10 shampoo and conditioner... Mother reveals 'mind-blowing' trick...
    MLB has faced many challenges in its history, including labor stoppages and wars. Now it faces a global pandemic. The coronavirus stopped the season in the middle of spring training, forcing Opening Day from March to July 23, and the country’s landscape now is no better than it was some months ago. So far, there have been ample numbers of players who have tested positive for the coronavirus and ample numbers of players who likely won’t see the field any time soon. While some have already returned to their teams, that doesn’t mean the aftereffects of the disease won’t play into their lives. Likewise, the pandemic will, indubitably, hurt the sport this year in some form or fashion. MORE: Complete list of MLB players who have opted out of 2020 season So how exactly will players be affected? Does MLB stand a chance at completing its season? Sporting News spoke with Dr. Scott Weisenberg, a clinical...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. Phil says that a family from California came to visit his daughter for July 4th. “I’m not sure if they have been socially distancing or wearing masks, and California is a hot spot right now. Should my wife and I not return to our daughter’s house for a while?” If you and your wife are in a high-risk group, it’s probably best to wait two weeks before returning to your daughter’s home, if you can. Just in case one of the visitors was infected and could have possibly exposed your daughter and her family. My coed adult softball league is starting up in a couple...
    Washington (CNN)White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany addressed a flurry of questions on Monday about President Donald Trump's head-scratching response to recent news reports that the Russian government paid bounties to Afghan militants who killed American troops.Many of these reports said Trump and the White House have known about the bounties for months but haven't condemned them publicly or taken any retaliatory steps against Moscow. McEnany said at a news conference on Monday that Trump hasn't ever been briefed about the situation, even after the story broke over the weekend, while the President was golfing in Virginia.McEnany repeatedly tried to undermine and discredit the bombshell story, which was first reported by The New York Times. Its story was quickly corroborated and expanded upon by CNN, The Washington Post and the Wall Street Journal. A handful of overseas news outlets also reported that US officials had briefed the United Kingdom about...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. I want to attend a wake but the funeral director is not requiring masks or social distancing. Isn’t that required? – Pamela My understanding is that funeral homes are not supposed to exceed 40-percent capacity at any given time, should space chairs six feet apart and that visitors are expected to wear masks.  Denise wants to attend a 90-minute church service but is reluctant.  “I am 66 years old,” she writes. “Should I just go and not worry?” Even if churches take proper precautions, there is still a risk of infection because you’re in an enclosed space with other people for a prolonged period of...
    This article is reprinted by permission from NerdWallet. More than 42 million Americans have filed for unemployment since mid-March, when the coronavirus pandemic shut down virtually all nonessential businesses in the U.S. The massive scale of rapid closings resulted in a flood of questions about regular unemployment insurance, as well the temporary unemployment programs implemented as part of the CARES Act. We’ve collected your most frequently asked questions and answered them below. General Q. My unemployment claim was denied because I didn’t earn enough. What should I do now? Most states require you to work a minimum number of hours over a given period of time — typically the past 12 to 18 months — to qualify for regular unemployment benefits. The exact amount you need to earn varies by state. If you didn’t meet that requirement, you’ll likely be told you are “monetarily ineligible” for benefits. Currently, people who didn’t earn enough...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always, consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. “My friends are planning a trip to Florida in September. I feel nervous about booking with the surge of cases right now. Do you think it is safe to go?”-Maria Florida is really heating in terms of cases right now, leading the country along with Texas and California in terms of the number of new cases daily. I don’t think this would be a wise time to book a vacation in Florida and you would likely be asked to self-quarantine for 14 days upon your return. “I’m glad to see a lot of folks wearing masks, but many of them are wearing the masks below...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. Is it safe is it to use the laundry room in my senior housing building? We are limited to two people at a time, cannot fold the clothes in this room, and must wear masks when out of our apartments. – Eleanor It sounds like the building is taking good precautions. I would try to go when you’re the only one in the laundry room. If someone else is there, don’t go inside unless you both are wearing masks properly. And go back to your apartment between cycles so you’re not lingering in that small space for too long. Is it safe to get a...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Denver District Attorney Beth McCann hosted a virtual community meeting on Wednesday evening in the William DeBose case. McCann will explained why she is not charging the police officers involved in the deadly shooting of DeBose, 21, on May 1. (credit: GoFundMe) McCann’s office released the police body cam video of the shooting last week. The Denver District Attorney’s Office said the video shows DeBose turning and pointing a firearm at officers. “He’s in a position that the law says he has a reasonable belief of imminent death or serious bodily injury. And in that case an officer is justified under law in using deadly force,” said McCann. After going over the case she opened it up for questions from the public. One person asked if DeBose was shot from behind. (credit: Denver Police) “There is no gunshot wound going in the back of Mr. DeBose. The...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. I have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) and it’s hard to breathe while wearing a mask.  I have to take the mask off every couple of minutes to get fresh air. What should I do? – John I know that must be hard. You’re at high risk of developing COVID-related complications so you should be limiting the amount of time you spend away from home and therefore needing to wear a mask anyhow.  If you do need to go in public, avoid going out when it’s hot and humid which makes wearing a mask even more uncomfortable and choose a cloth mask with breathable fabric. Is it...
    On Tuesday night, the return of Major League Baseball became official. Here’s betting you have some questions about where things stand now. Here are some answers: Q. So we’re good to go? I can pull my Aurelio Lopez jersey out of storage and get ready to watch some baseball? A: You can (RIP Senor Smoke). The MLB Players Association checked off the last two boxes on Tuesday: It notified MLB of its readiness to start spring training on July 1, with Opening Day set for July 23 or 24, and it signed off on the safety and health protocols. Q. When you talk about being able to “report to spring training by July 1,” what happens if a certain player — say, an international player who returned home during the shutdown — can’t get there by then? A: No biggie. As long as most of the players...
    On Tuesday night, the return of Major League Baseball became official. Here’s betting you have some questions about where things stand now. Here are some answers: Q. So we’re good to go? I can pull my Aurelio Lopez jersey out of storage and get ready to watch some baseball? A: You can (RIP Senor Smoke). The MLB Players Association checked off the last two boxes on Tuesday: It notified MLB of its readiness to start spring training on July 1, with Opening Day set for July 23 or 24, and it signed off on the safety and health protocols. Q. When you talk about being able to “report to spring training by July 1,” what happens if a certain player — say, an international player who returned home during the shutdown — can’t get there by then? A: No biggie. As long as most of the players...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. “My 25-year old son lives outside my home. I’m 65 with heart disease. I really want to be able to hug him when he comes to social distance. If we both have masks on, can we?” – Chris I love that you have a family that likes to hug and kiss, but given you’re in a high-risk category, best to wait. I’m glad you’re able to have socially distanced visits though. Is it safe for a 74-year old man to go to physical therapy for a sore back? – Anita Yes, medical facilities, in general, are taking special precautions to keep their staff and patients...
    BOSTON (CBS) — Dr. Mallika Marshall is answering your coronavirus-related medical questions. If you have a question for Dr. Mallika, email her or message her on Facebook or Twitter. Dr. Mallika is offering her best advice, but as always consult your personal doctor before making any decisions about your personal health. “I’ve heard that if you go to a gathering you should bring your own food. If it’s safe to eat take-out food from restaurants cooked by strangers, why not share food at a gathering of friends?” –Virginia  The issue is not with the food itself, because eating food contaminated with the virus will not make you sick. It’s sharing the serving utensils and dishes. For example, if someone infected with the virus has the virus on their hands, then touches the spoon used to serve the potato salad, there is a chance that someone else who then touches that spoon could then become infected. “There...
    Google is marking World Refugee Day by making it easier for the displaced to get the support they need. It’s working with the UNHCR to show “authoritative” answers in search to questions refugees might have, such as how to qualify for cash assistance and what happens during the refugee status interview. This ideally helps refugees get the support they need as quickly as possible and focus on starting life in a new country. The answers are initially available in Arabic, English, Farsi and Turkish to help people in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey. They represent the countries with the highest volume of refugees per capita, Google said. This won’t guarantee a smooth transition for every refugee, but it could save them the trouble of combing through information and might eliminate some anxiety at an already stressful time in their lives.
    Tomorrow at 10am, the County of Santa Clara will spend a few moments answering questions from community members and business owners that have come to us via the Call Center, Website and/or through other social media channels. LIVE on Facebook: https://t.co/pfbCusc1RH pic.twitter.com/BRz8N5Ap56 — Healthy SCC (@HealthySCC) June 19, 2020 Click here if viewing from a mobile device. Santa Clara County public health officials give updates on the COVID-19 crisis. Today officials answer questions submitted by community members and business owners. Related Articles California job market stages big turnaround San Jose International Airport rebounds in May COVID-19: Preparing your pet for life after the shelter-in-place California pub owner faces charge after opening business during coronavirus lock down Coronavirus: Inside the ‘anarchy’ of an evacuated California nursing home
    In the more than three months since Colorado has been dealing with the COVID-19 crisis, the most controversial recommendations from public-health officials have involved masks. The decision to wear or not wear facial coverings has been thoroughly politicized, with those who want to leave their nose and mouth open to the elements questioning the science behind the advice or arguing that mandating mask use infringes on their personal freedoms in ways that would horrify the nation's founders. Witness attempts to get traction on Colorado social media outlets for making Saturday, June 20, "National No Mask Day." The event's slogan: "Every Store, Every Town, Everywhere USA." Debates over masks are also raging in Arizona, where our sibling paper, Phoenix New Times, recently cut through the clutter by putting its twenty most pressing questions on the subject to experts at Arizona State University. The answers were so interesting — particularly in light...
    Amanda Kloots has given fans some brutally honest answers on husband Nick Cordero's condition. The Broadway star, 41, has 'lost 65 lbs' said the fitness instructor, 38, during an Instagram Live Q&A session on Wednesday. 'He still can't move and his muscles are definitely atrophying,' continued Kloots.  Q&A: Amanda Kloots has given fans some brutally honest answers on husband Nick Cordero's condition 'What's so heartbreaking is he's so weak,' said the former Broadway dancer in the candid chat. RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 Next Amanda Kloots shows one-year-old son Elvis taking his first... Amanda Kloots dons a 'Team Nick' mask and urges people to... Nick Cordero's wife Amanda Kloots says Broadway star is... 'Some good news today': Amanda Kloots says Nick Cordero is... Share this article Share 'He can't speak unfortunately. He can't really even move, you guys. That's how weak he is,' added Kloots.  'He...
    A gynaecologist has revealed the 10 most commonly asked questions in her clinic - and explains why it is not uncommon to find sex uncomfortable.  During lockdown, many people have reported struggling to book in a video call with their GP and other medical practitioners. London-based obstetrician and gynae Dr Shree Datta told how patients frequently want to know if they should shave before an appointment and if their vaginal discharge is 'normal'.  Many also quiz her about their periods, and often ask how they can 'fix' their heavy flow.  Here Dr Shree - the in-house expert for feminine intimate healthcare brand INTIMINA - shares the advice she regularly dishes out to women concerned about intimate issues with FEMAIL. Obstetrician and gynaecologist Dr Shree Datta reveals the 10 most commonly asked questions in her clinicHow do I know if my vaginal discharge is normal?'Discharge is actually a very good sign of...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- Amid the novel coronavirus pandemic, there have been many questions about how to get unemployment benefits. California is seeing historic numbers during the pandemic with roughly 2.8 million residents filing for unemployment in April 2020, according to the latest data by the California Development Department. RELATED: California extending unemployment benefits: Here's who qualifies and how it worksAs of June, the department is in the process of hiring over 4,800 new staff to help with processing claims, and has paid over $22 billion in benefits within the last three months.Loree Levy with California's Employment Development Department revealed they've seen "historic demand."In an interview with ABC7 News at 3 p.m., Levy answered viewers' questions on unemployment benefits, debit cards, eligibility and PUA assistance. Here's what they asked:Do I get to keep my unemployment benefits if I go back to work on a part-time basis? As California begins to...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The novel coronavirus pandemic and protests over the death of George Floyd are having a major impact across the world but also in cities across the Bay Area. Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new interactive newscast weekdays at 3 p.m. with live updates about what's happening where you live.Check back here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. and to join the conversation on Facebook live and YouTube.LIVE UPDATES: Here's the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic in the Bay Area, US.LIVE UPDATES: Get the latest on George Floyd protests in the Bay Area and across the countryWATCH PREVIOUS ABC7 UPDATES ON FACEBOOK HERE:Tuesday, June 9Monday, June 8Friday, June 5RELATED STORIES & VIDEOS:Here's how shelter in place, stay at home orders can slow spread of COVID-19Everything you need to know about the Bay Area's shelter-in-place orderBay Area cancelations, closures related to COVID-19Symptoms, prevention, and how...
    (CNN)Washing masks. House visits. Summer travel. CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta tackles some recent questions on these topics from our listeners and more. You can listen on your favorite podcast app, or read the transcript below.Dr. Sanjay Gupta: There's no question the coronavirus has reshaped the way we all live our lives. Can you even imagine the life we have now compared to six months ago? All along I've been getting so many questions from our listeners about how to best adapt to this new normal. Over the last several months, the questions have really changed. They've become much more specific.From washing masks, house visits, summer travel, just navigating your way through life. So today I wanted to try and tackle some of those questions. Read MoreI'm Dr. Sanjay Gupta, CNN's chief medical correspondent. And this is "Coronavirus: Fact vs. Fiction." Ashlee Fromm: How do you know that...
    The Mueller report hasn’t been in the headlines much in 2020, a year that has found reporters heavily focused on the Ukraine scandal, President Donald Trump’s acquittal on two articles of impeachment, the coronavirus pandemic, former Vice President Joe Biden’s surge in the Democratic presidential primary and — most recently — the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis on May 25. But the Mueller report is still a compelling read, and a federal judge is demanding some answers after confirming, on June 8, that he has read an unredacted version of the lengthy document. U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton, according to Law & Crime’s Matt Naham, has ordered the U.S. Department of Justice to answer questions “regarding certain redactions of the Mueller Report” at a hearing now set for July 20. In the past, Walton has been critical of Attorney General William Barr’s response to the Mueller Report, asserting that...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- The novel coronavirus pandemic is having a major impact across the world but also in cities across the Bay Area. Join anchor Kristen Sze for ABC7's new interactive newscast weekdays at 3 p.m. with live updates about COVID-19.VIDEO: College admissions experts give advice amid COVID-19 crisis on ABC7Check back here to stream the show Monday-Friday at 3 p.m. and to join the conversation on Facebook live and YouTube.What will summer camps look like during COVID-19? We're talking to the president of UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals today about reopening, kids and an update on a rare syndrome linked to COVID-19 that's impacting children.LIVE UPDATES: Here's the latest on the COVID-19 pandemic in the Bay Area, US.WATCH PREVIOUS ABC7 UPDATES ON FACEBOOK HERE:Friday, May 29Thursday, May 28Wednesday, May 27Tuesday, May 26Monday, May 25Friday, May 22Thursday, May 21Wednesday, May 20Tuesday, May 19Monday, May 18RELATED STORIES & VIDEOS:Here's how shelter...
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