NFL en Español fantasy analyst Mauricio Gutiérrez joins Yahoo Fantasy's Liz Loza to discuss what could be a tough Week 9 for tight end Trey Burton.
NFL en Español fantasy analyst Mauricio Gutiérrez joins Yahoo Fantasy's Liz Loza to discuss what could be a tough Week 9 for tight end Trey Burton.
The actress appeared on The Tonight Show in a glittering sheer suit and set the record straight.
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With coronavirus cases rising nationwide, and the federal response uncoordinated, it's up to the states to implement mitigation measures to stop the spread. After announcing a stay-at-home advisory last week, California may take more "drastic" steps in the next few days. Projections show 75% of the current ICU beds are occupied and 112% occupied by Christmas Eve—an overflow that could cost lives unless something changes. "California has worked hard to prepare for a surge—but we can't sustain the record high cases we're seeing," said Governor Gavin Newsom. "This is in the absence of making better decisions," Newsom said of the projected data. "This is a chart that says if we just sit back and we are bystanders at this moment and we don't subsequently improve upon our existing efforts, this is what we project might occur. And so I want folks to know that we intend to bend this proverbial curve and impact these statistics favorably….If these trends continue, we're going to have to take much more…drastic action." Read on to see what might happen, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.Many Counties are Facing a Stay-at-Home OrderNewsom said he'd need to "take a look at those purple tiered counties. And they are now 51 of the 58 counties." Purple "means a large number of businesses will have to suspend or severely limit indoor operations," reports the Los Angeles Times. "Counties that have newly fallen back into the purple tier include Orange, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Kern and San Luis Obispo. Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, San Diego and Imperial counties were already in that category. Most counties in the Bay Area — Santa Clara, Alameda, Contra Costa, Napa and Solano — were also sent back to the purple tier. Sonoma County was already in that category.""We had nine counties over the weekend, moved backwards," said Newsom. "Remember we're not waiting on our weekly cadence to make moves or we're doing it much more consistently updating the moves, 51 counties now in the most restrictive purple tiered status six in the red status, just one in orange status, none now in ELL status. If we see these trends continue the potential for a stay at home order for those regions in purple because of hospitalizations in ICU's, we're not just now looking at positivity rates, we're not now just looking at case rates."He added that more severe restrictions could come in the next few days, including full stay-at-home orders. "We are trying to be much more specific, more surgical … and more prescriptive in terms of looking at the efficacy and looking at where the data leads us to making those determinations sector by sector," Newsom explained.RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study FindsHow to Survive the Pandemic No Matter Where You LiveIn order to stop this surge and save ourselves from this virus, Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's top infectious disease expert, says: "What we have is maybe five fundamental public health measures that are pretty easy to implement," says Fauci. "Uniform wearing of masks, keeping physical distances—six feet, if you can possibly do that—avoiding crowds in congregate settings, particularly indoors. And that means typical things like gatherings in restaurants, gatherings in homes where people other than the immediate family unit together—the reason we say that is that the infection in the community level now is driven by people who are without symptoms, because about 40 to 45% of the people who were infected have no symptoms." Help end this surge—wear a face mask, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with, practice good hand hygiene and to protect your life and the lives of others, and don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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Chef Geoffrey Zakarian and his daughters turn English muffins into elegant little olive tapenade tartines for a swanky spin on breakfast.
The pop star credits her mother's beauty secrets as the inspiration behind her new skincare venture.
Coca-Cola fans will be very excited about this news: The Coca-Cola Insiders Club is making its triumphant return in January 2021. The monthly subscription box of goodies, which the company offered in early 2020 but paused due to COVID-19, will be back next year for a limited time.Those who sign up for the $45 subscription (which includes shipping) will get a box in the mail each month from January through March 2021, which may include sneak peeks at Coca-Cola North America's latest innovations as well as some cool swag. Of course, if you're worried about drinking too much soda, the good news is that everything in the box isn't necessarily a sugary beverage. (Related: 108 Most Popular Sodas Ranked By How Toxic They Are.)The specifics on what each box contains is meant to be a total surprise, of course, but past sends have included different Dasani water flavors and some cute Coca-Cola stickers for people who have a soft spot for the nostalgic, American brand. There are actually a lot of beverages made by Coca-Cola that you might not have realized, so the selection can be vast (but keep in mind, you'll only be getting a few drinks in each box). Still, it will be interesting to see what Coca-Cola might be rolling out to replace the 200 brands that the company has started to discontinue this year.Each shipment will also include a special virtual experience, such as a workout with an NFL legend or a cooking class with a celebrity chef.You can sign up for the Coca-Cola Insiders Club at Coke.com/insiders starting at 10 a.m. ET on Dec. 8, but know that the company makes it clear that quantities are limited.For more, check out which diet soda Coca-Cola is saying goodbye to after 60 years, and make sure to sign up for our newsletter for the latest food news.
A half-century after the release of their iconic film, the actors look back—and still aren't saying they're sorry.
Pod review – tonight they're going to party like it's 2020. Available onlineA strong cast from Guildhall School hit the dancefloor in a show that muses over house music, orcas and the meaning of a nightclub family
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The return of the McRib is upon us. The sandwich with a cult following is making another limited-time appearance on the McDonald's menu tomorrow, and fans are ready to sprint to their nearest location to nab one. But before you get out your wallet, let us break the even better news: you could be getting your McRib for free.McDonald's is giving away 10,000 free McRib sandwiches to those who are willing to put their clean-shaven face on display. If you've been growing a beard in quarantine, or participated in No-Shave November, it's time to get rid of that facial hair that may get in the way of fully enjoying your messy, juicy McRib. (Related: McDonald's Is Making These 8 Major Upgrades.)All you have to do to enter the sweepstakes is show your clean-shaven or baby-smooth face on a public Instagram or Twitter account, caption the image with #Shave4McRibSweepstakes, and tag @mcdonalds (the image needs to be posted to your profile, not your Stories). And if you feel like McDonald's is discriminating against those of us who don't have a beard to shave, worry not. Anyone from your mom to your cousin's roommate can enter the sweepstakes and simply show their beardless face, shaven or naturally smooth.Besides simply spreading the McRib gospel, McDonald's is also partnering with the No-Shave November organization, which raises cancer awareness. Every McRib purchased on Dec. 2 will support the fast-food chain's donation to the charity."Our bearded fans know… facial hair and the McRib just don't mix—believe me, I've tried," said Vice President of U.S. Communications, David Tovar. "With the nationwide return of the McRib, we're helping fans enjoy every delectable moment by encouraging them to shave for a chance to win a free McRib. And we're excited this year to partner with No-Shave November, a charity that knows a thing or two about facial hair."Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
Carp diem: how to look after your lockdown goldfish for lifeFancy a goldfish as an easy-to-look-after pet? There’s plenty to learn to keep them in the best of health – from getting a big enough tank to reading their body language
Tell us about your unconventional Christmas traditionsEvery family celebrates differently, and we’d like to hear how you do Christmas, from grandpa’s special green sauce to crimbo pranks, and anything in between
One of the most mysterious—and alarming—consequences of COVID-19 is the neurological damage the virus can cause. Some of those infected with the novel coronavirus have reported a wide variety of brain-based symptoms, from headaches and dizziness to delirium and depression. Doctors like Dr. Mary Fowkes, a neuropathologist at Mount Sinai Hospital in Manhattan, have discovered "significant" blood clots in the brain.The experts' question, naturally, is how and why this is happening. A new study has a possible answer. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.A route to the brainOriginally, scientists theorized that the novel coronavirus attacked the brain directly. Some studies have suggested that may not be so, that COVID-19 affects certain neurons instead of the brain itself. New research published Monday in the journal Neuroscience posits a potential pathway for the virus to the brain: Through the nose.Analyzing autopsies of people who died of COVID-19, researchers in Berlin found that the virus was evident in nerve endings deep in the nasal passages, "where the throat meets the nasal cavity, and where odor receptors and perceptual cells converge," the New York Times says.From there, the virus can invade the nervous system via nasal tissue that is in close connection with the body's neurological network, the scientists posit. The virus may be "able to use the olfactory mucosa as a port of entry into the brain," said Dr. Frank Heppner, a neuropathologist at the Charité-Universitätsmedizin in Berlin and a co-author of the study.RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study Finds'Long COVID' can linger in your head rent-freeSeveral studies have found that the coronavirus can have long-term neurological effects. An August study published in the Lancet found that 55% of people diagnosed with coronavirus reported neurological symptoms three months after their diagnosis, including confusion, brain fog, an inability to focus, personality changes, insomnia and loss of taste and/or smell.In July, researchers at the University College of London said the coronavirus could cause "an epidemic of brain damage," referring to a similar phenomenon that occurred after the 1918 flu pandemic, which was also caused by a coronavirus.As for yourself, do everything you can to prevent getting—and spreading—COVID-19 in the first place: Wear a face mask, get tested if you think you have coronavirus, avoid crowds (and bars, and house parties), practice social distancing, only run essential errands, wash your hands regularly, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
By now, you likely know that one of the first—and most unusual—signs of the unusual disease known as COVID-19 is a loss of the sense of smell (anosmia). A new study has found there may be an unusual—and thus, perfectly modern—way to measure its spread: Through Amazon reviews of a particular product.First, about that loss of smell being an indicator of coronavirus: A recent analysis of studies found that 77% of coronavirus patients reported a loss of smell when they were first tested for COVID-19 and that it was one of the earliest signs of the disease. Another study found that loss of smell was a more reliable indicator of COVID-19 than better-known symptoms such as fever and cough. Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.Why COVID causes loss of smellScientists aren't sure why COVID-19 causes anosmia, but some theories are shaping up. "We have been researching this data for less than a year. Still, so far, it suggests that the primary attack of the coronavirus is in the nose, in the nasal epithelium, which is the skinlike layer of cells in charge of expressing odors," says Dr. Leo Nissola, MD. "It seems like the virus assaults support cells and stem cells in the nose."He adds: "These cells maintain the balance and signal the brain. In some patients, when infected with COVID, that balance is disrupted, and that leads to a shutdown of neuronal signaling, and therefore of smell. The cells also provide support to sustain the cilia on the nose where receptors that detect odors are located. If the virus disrupts those cilia, you lose the ability to smell."A July CDC study determined that this symptom lasts eight days, on average, but some people can experience it for weeks. RELATED: This is the #1 Way You'll Get COVID, According to DoctorsAmazon reviews = diagnostic tool?And as for diagnosis via Amazon: A study of Amazon reviews of scented candles may correlate to COVID-19's spread. According to the Washington Post, a Harvard researcher looked at Amazon reviews and ratings of scented versus unscented candles from 2017 to 2020, finding that buyer satisfaction with scented candles dropped off more precipitously than that of unscented candles and seemed to correlate with surges of coronavirus. RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study FindsApparently, more buyers complained about scented candles having no scent, or an unsatisfactory one. "Negative reviews spiked during the pandemic's first wave in the spring, dropped off during the summer and are surging again as the country shatters records for new infections," the Post reported this week.As for yourself, do everything you can to prevent getting—and spreading—COVID-19 in the first place: Wear a face mask, get tested if you think you have coronavirus, avoid crowds (and bars, and house parties), practice social distancing, only run essential errands, wash your hands regularly, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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The virus that stole Christmas: meet the Santas giving this season a miss. They are used to spending Christmas up close and personal, but the criteria for playing Santa – being older and overweight – put them at significant risk of catching coronavirus
Even if holiday celebrations are more intimate this year thanks to social distancing, they can still feel special and exciting. That’s why we've put together some of the best tips to make holiday entertaining for your nearest and dearest easy.