The 33-year-old actress won't let Covid bring her down.
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The 33-year-old actress won't let Covid bring her down.
Even with three highly effective vaccines available in abundance throughout the country, the delta variant of SARS-CoV-2 continues to cause a large number of new infections, particularly in states where vaccination rates remain low. What's more, as schools and businesses reopen and the holiday season approaches, another rise in infections may be on the way.There is, however, some good news. Numerous medications, including fledgling and repurposed drugs, are accessible. For hospitalized COVID-19
Erin was as cute as can be when she was cast as daughter Tabitha in the hugely successful TV series Bewitched. Okay, so this isn’t just one child star, but the blockbuster series made these kids household names: Maureen McCormick, Eve Plumb, Susan Olsen, Barry Williams, Christopher Knight, and Mike Lookinland. After a teen modeling career (and with no previous acting experience), Susan gained the role of Laurie on TV’s The Partridge Family.
We haven't seen her out in a (New York) minute.
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It's a frequently asked question: Has the Delta variant changed the symptoms of COVID-19? The answer is a bit complicated. "There does seem to be some differences between the symptoms of Delta and the symptoms of the earlier variants," says Karen Jubanyik, MD, an associate professor of emergency medicine at Yale University School of Medicine and author of Beat the Coronavirus. "However, it is not clear whether this is a function of the virus itself, or who it is infecting." Read on to find out m
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The increasing number of at-home testing kits for COVID-19 makes it convenient to test for COVID-19, plus considerably safer than risking exposure by going for testing at a public location. However, a group of infectious disease researchers have discovered that for someone who actually wants a positive COVID-19 test result, getting it may be as easy as stopping by a convenience store's beverage cooler.A group of scientists studying tropical medicine at Germany's Tübingen University recently publ
We are in the middle of a coronavirus surge—not the end—and are headed into a potentially dangerous fall, as kids head back to school and family travel for holidays. How bad could it possibly get? In a week in which the daily average COVID deaths in America topped 2,000, Michael Osterholm, an epidemiologist and director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy at the University of Minnesota, appeared on his podcast and issued these important warnings about which states to watch o
‘I haven’t looked back’: the women who discovered cycling in lockdown. Quieter lockdown roads inspired a 50% rise in women trying cycling in England. For some riders it turned into more than a new hobby
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It's now officially the fall season! Yet with the crisp air, pumpkin spice lattes, and apple pie comes one less desirable component of the colder weather: flu season. The CDC reported that between Oct. 1, 2019, and Apr. 4, 2020, the United States saw up to 56 million illnesses from the flu. Not to mention, COVID-19 variants are continuing to arise and thousands of new cases are diagnosed daily.So, in order to do our best to stay healthy as the weather begins to turn, the key is to keep your immu
We've just passed a grim coronavirus milestone: COVID-19 has now killed about as many Americans as the 1918-19 Flu. And it's nowhere near over. How can you stay safe, so you and your family don't become the next headline? Dr. Anthony Fauci, the chief medical advisor to the President and the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, spoke with Major Garrett on CBS's The Takeout to discuss just that. Read on for 8 essential points that can save your life—and to ensure
Children’s books roundup – the best new picture books and novels. Foxes on the run; a feathered detective; the rescue of the Titanic; plus the best new YA novels
Watch out for signs you or someone you love has dementia—they can creep up on you. What may seem like regular old age at first—who hasn't forgotten where they misplaced their phone—can snowball quickly into the signals of a brain in trouble. Read on for 6 key signifiers that someone you love has dementia, according to science—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You May Have Already Had COVID. 1 They Might Have Short-Term Memory Problems Dementia damage
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Kaley Cuoco starred as Penny, "the cute girl next door to the nerds," for all 12 seasons of "The Big Bang Theory."
‘Go for an entertaining revenge’ – readers’ tips for healing a broken heart Breaking up is never easy and breaking up during lockdown made it even harder. Take a lesson from our contributors’ experiences Kick back … take up Muay Thai to marshal your inner strengths. Photograph: PeopleImages/Getty Images
Sinead Richards died aged 31 after initially being seen as 'too young' to have breast cancer.
Roger Michell: a superb director who brought the unexpected out of actorsThe much-loved Michell was renowned for a lack of ego and his understanding of the fine art of collaboration Roger Michell at the Venice Film Festival in September 2020. Photograph: Joel C Ryan/Invision/AP