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    Social media users have urged others to 'remember their humanity' after Prince Charles was criticised over his 200-mile round-trip drive to visit the Duke of Edinburgh in a London hospital.  The Prince of Wales arrived at the back of King Edward VII's hospital in Marylebone at around 3.30pm on Saturday to visit his father, 99, who was admitted last week as a 'precautionary measure'.  The hashtags #princephilip and #princephillip have been trending on Twitter this morning, with many criticising the heir-to-the-throne's visit during the ongoing lockdown in England.   One Twitter user said: 'I do hope Prince Phillip gets better but why was Prince Charles allowed to visit his father in hospital when families all around the country are not getting to visit their loved ones who are in hospital when it’s not COVID related?'.   Scroll down for video  Prince Charles is pictured arriving at the rear entrance of King Edward...
    Denis Shapovalov was forced to hold it in during his Australian Open first-round match against Jannik Sinner on Tuesday. Shapovalov raged against the umpire during the match after he was denied a break to use the bathroom to relieve himself, according to Reuters. "What happens if I go?" he asked the umpire. "Do I get a fine? I don't care." CLICK HERE FOR MORE SPORTS COVERAGE ON FOXNEWS.COM "What do you mean I can't go?" he continued. "Are you going to disqualify me? I have to pee! I'm going to piss my pants! I'm going to piss in a bottle! You guys are not allowing players to piss? I don't understand this rule!" Players are allowed two bathroom breaks per five-set matches but only between sets. Shapovalov was reportedly denied because a player who called for a medical timeout can’t leave the court while waiting for help. He was allowed to...
    (CNN)Over 90,000 Americans could die of Covid-19 in the next three weeks, according to new predictions from the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. This is occurring as the United States has just surpassed XX numbers of (fill in right before publication) deaths, with the country shattering the record of over 4,000 deaths per day for two days last week.The numbers are sobering. Public health experts have sounded the alarm for months that even with the great promise of vaccines on the horizon, there are dark days ahead, with the worst of the pandemic potentially yet to come.What do these projections mean? We talked to CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen, an emergency physician and visiting professor at George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, to learn how people can make sense of the numbers and what can be done to change the trajectory of the pandemic.CNN:...
    CHICAGO (WLS) -- A very special longtime blood donor is encouraging others to donate if they can.Craig Lynch has been blind since birth, but that hasn't stopped him from sharing his lifeline with others."Blind since birth. I'm 71, so it's the new 40," he said.You may recognize Lynch's voice as he is a longtime Cubs Radio reporter."We all are looking for some way to contribute," Lynch said. "God laid on my heart to just not be a baby and just give blood. And then when I started doing it I said I realized how easy it was and how really it's not that much of an effort. And so I started becoming fairly consistent at it."Being born visually impaired has not let that stop him from doing things he's passionate about."If I was gonna pick a disability, blindness would be the one I'd pick up," he said. "It's not that,...
    Business Insider The US is rolling out two COVID-19 vaccines, from Moderna and Pfizer, giving engaged couples hope for their coming nuptials. But infectious-disease experts told Insider the vaccine would not be rolled out soon enough to save summer 2021 weddings. Most nuptials will require masks and social distancing. It will take until May for the public to have vaccine access, another month for the second shot, and it'll take months after that for the world to develop enough herd immunity to keep all wedding guests safe. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Kerry O'Donoghue has one big plan for 2021: a destination wedding. O'Donoghue, who lives in California and founded a bridal-wellness company, was supposed to get married in Dublin, Ireland, in August. When the pandemic hit, she, like millions of other engaged people, had to push her wedding back. But she thinks her big...
    Sony on Wednesday announced that HBO Max is finally available for its next-gen console. Support for the app, revealed in a tweet from the official PlayStation account, should be great news if you managed to get a PS5 and were planning to use it as an entertainment hub for movies in addition to games, as HBO Max was the last major streaming service absent from the console. If you’re still on the PS4, this update likely won’t mean much to you, as that device has had the app for a while now. But it does mean any PlayStation fans should now be able to watch Wonder Woman 1984 , which will be available in 4K HDR for PS5 owners with supported TVs and other Warner Bros. movies coming out next year on HBO’s new streaming service. (Xbox Series X / S owners have had access to the app since...
    (CNN)Shipments of the Covid-19 vaccine are arriving, with frontline health care workers getting immunized -- some for the cameras -- across the United States Monday.While these developments mark a historic moment and hold much promise, that doesn't mean Americans can stop wearing masks anytime soon. CNN Medical Analyst Dr. Leana Wen, an emergency physician and visiting professor at George Washington University Milken Institute School of Public Health, explains why.CNN: Does the vaccine protect people from getting Covid-19? If so, how come I still have to wear a mask? Wen: This is a good question! It's important to be clear about what we know and what we don't know about what the vaccine does. What we know is that the Pfizer vaccine is very effective at preventing symptomatic illness and severe disease. That means the vaccine appears to prevent people from getting sick enough that they develop symptoms, and very importantly,...
    CHICAGO — Getting a negative coronavirus test does not mean you can have a Thanksgiving gathering, the state’s top doctor warned Thursday. For weeks, the state’s and city’s leading health officials have begged people to cancel their holiday plans and not gather with friends and family from outside their household. They’re worried such gatherings could lead to COVID-19 spreading even further and, ultimately, killing people’s loved ones. Similarly, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released guidance Thursday advising Americans not to travel and to have online celebrations for Thanksgiving. Dr. Ngozi Ezike, head of the Illinois Department of Public Health, doubled down on that during a Thursday news conference, telling people the safest way to gather is virtually — regardless of if you’ve had a COVID-19 test recently. “A negative test does not give you a free pass to celebrate Thanksgiving in person,” Ezike said. “The safest way to...
    Evolution comedian Chelsea Handler is still hoping to convince her ex-boyfriend - Grammy winner 50 Cent - to vote for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden rather than Donald Trump. The 45-year-old rapper-actor (born Curtis Jackson III) caught the 45-year-old former talk show host's appearance on Friday's Tonight Show where she implied she 'might be willing' to sex with him to change his mind. 'He doesn't want to pay 62% of taxes because he doesn't want to go from "50 Cent" to "20 Cent,"' Chelsea told host Jimmy Fallon.   Evolution comedian Chelsea Handler is still hoping to convince her ex-boyfriend - Grammy winner 50 Cent - to vote for Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden rather than Donald Trump (pictured in 2010)  'And I had to remind him that he was a black person, so he can't vote for Donald Trump and that he shouldn't be influencing an entire swath of...
    CONFUSING coronavirus ‘rule of six’ small print suggests you can have more people over if your children are ASLEEP. Human rights barrister Adam Wagner claimed kids cannot be counted as part of a group under the new rules if parents are socialising while they are in bed. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2Confusing coronavirus ‘rule of six’ small print suggests you can have more people over if your children are asleepCredit: Getty Images - Getty Mr Wagner, a visiting law professor at Goldsmiths University, made the point on Twitter when someone asked if sleeping youngsters count as part of a “gathering” downstairs at their home. He replied: “A few people are asking this. If you look at the definition of gathering it requires some form of intentional engagement in social or other activity together. “Sleeping children aren't doing that. I don't see how...
    Hi there, MarketWatchers! Don’t miss these top stories: Personal FinanceFannie Mae, Freddie Mac will delay controversial refinance fee The ‘adverse market’ fee is being implemented to cover $6 billion in projected losses caused by COVID-19. What you can learn from two prisoners of war about coping with the coronavirus pandemic’s challenges How to build ‘grounded optimism’: Be rooted to the past, connected to the present, and looking to the future, writes Shannon Huffman Polson. My husband and I are worth $3.7 million, but I’m afraid I’ll spend my way into the poor house if he dies. When I was single, I bounced checks. What can I do? ‘He earns all the money and handles all our finances. I love to spend money and have a head-in-the-sand approach to money problems.’ My wife and her sister are bartering over a vacation home. Does a quitclaim override a will? Is a...
    GOOGLE the word “rash” and you will see more than 200million results. Skin conditions cost the NHS £723million a year, with around 13.2million people visiting their GP with a rash-related problem. 10Model Cara Delevingne suffers an itchy, scratch skin complaint - along with millions of other peopleCredit: Getty But whether it’s itchy or flaky, your skin could be trying to give you a warning sign. From Covid-19 to cancer, there are plenty of serious conditions that start with an itch or a rash. But how do you know if it is serious? Dr Susan Mayou, consultant dermatologist at the Cadogan Clinic in central London (cadoganclinic.com) has more than 30 years’ experience in dermatology and is spokeswoman and a trustee of the British Skin Foundation. Here, she tells Clare O'Reilly what different rashes really mean, and when you need to seek help. Covid toe ONE of the surprising...
    The goal was simple and straightforward: Drive north to Napa Valley from Los Angeles on Interstate 5, work my way back home over three days on the 101, and try to avoid doing anything that might expose me to the coronavirus. Impossible? Inadvisable? Or simple enough if I played it safe, with a mask over my mug and a cushion of social distance around me? I had wondered whether to go at all, given the risks. But this wasn’t a contest or an experiment, it was to do the final reporting on a climate change story I’ve been working on. I ruled out travel by air. Why take the risk of being trapped in a flying capsule and having to deal with the hassles of renting a car? But staying in hotels didn’t hold much appeal, either, in the state with the biggest number of COVID cases. ...
    The ongoing coronavirus epidemic in America has prompted the country's top infectious disease expert to issue a warning to all states that are steadily reopening: Stay prudent. “When you open, not everything is OK; [you] can’t do whatever you want, still need to practice a degree of caution,” Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, said during a Wednesday morning appearance on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” ONE BLOOD TYPE MAY PROVIDE SOME CORONAVIRUS PROTECTION, STUDY SUGGESTS  All citizens “should still wear a mask, try to have physical distancing [from others], washing hands as often as you can, and avoid congregation in large numbers,” he continued, reiterating the best health practices that experts have been stressing for months. “Even though everyone wants to approach normality and get things back to normal, it doesn't mean all bets are off. So that's why we say be careful...
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