U.S. records second lowest number of new COVID-19 deaths since JULY – but Dr. Fauci says there is ‘disturbing’ rise in daily cases in 11 states as outbreak modelers predict a ‘deadly December’ U.S. reported 34,450 new coronavirus cases on Sunday as new infections continue to trend downward Just 378 new fatalities were recorded – […]
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Doting dad! Tristan Thompson has two children and hasn’t hesitated to speak lovingly about the little ones. The Cleveland Cavaliers player became a first-time father in December 2016, when he and his ex-girlfriend Jordan Craig welcomed their son, Prince. In February 2019, a source told Us Weekly exclusively that the athlete made an effort to be there for his baby […]
37 degrees Celsius: This value applies for more than one hundred years as a normal value for body temperature. A Team of Stanford University, but the presumption is that the value’s not entirely true. In their investigation they came to the conclusion that the body temperature has fallen during the last century, is steadily increasing. […]
In a new Instagram post, Selma Blair shared a video of herself one year ago, before she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. The video shows how much has changed in a year for Selma and her son Arthur. Notably, the video shows how Selma’s voice sounded before MS made it difficult for her to speak. […]
Andy Cohen welcomed his baby boy earlier this month, and the Bravo host opened up about the positive effect the Real Housewives have had on him since Benjamin’s arrival. “The Housewives have been really incredible,” the Watch What Happens Live With Andy Cohen host, 50, said on the Today show on Tuesday, February 19. “The […]
Survival after a diagnosis of heart failure in the United Kingdom has shown only modest improvement in the 21st century and lags behind other serious conditions, such as cancer, finds a large study published by The BMJ today. The findings also show that survival is worse for people requiring admission to hospital around the time […]
WEDNESDAY, Jan. 23, 2019 — The percentage of U.S. liver transplant recipients with alcohol-associated liver disease (ALD) doubled over 15 years, but significant regional variations remain, a new study finds. ALD has replaced hepatitis C as the most common reason for U.S. liver transplants. One reason is that hepatitis C rates have decreased due to […]