Biden leaves the White Home for the first time since contracting COVID-19

REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. — Ending your latest COVID-19 isolation, Mr. President Joe Biden on Sunday left the White House for the first time since being infected with the coronavirus last month, settling in for a reunion with the first lady Jill Biden in his home state of Delaware. The president tested negative on Saturday and … Read more

Minnesota jury: Girl was not entitled to consecutive morning drugs

AITKIN, Minn. — A jury ruled Friday that a central Minnesota pharmacist did not violate a woman’s rights when he refused to provide her with emergency contraceptives more than three years ago. Andrea Anderson, a mother of five from McGregor, sued under the Minnesota Human Rights Act after the pharmacist, based on his religious beliefs, … Read more

The Democrats’ massive pack: What’s in and what’s out?

WASHINGTON (AP) – It’s nowhere near the $4 trillion proposal first floated by President Joe Biden to rebuild America’s public infrastructure and family support systems but the compromise package of health care that fights inflation, climate change and deficit reduction strategies appears on the road to Senate votes this weekend.. The estimated $740 billion proposal, … Read more

The vitamin No. 1 to maintain your mind ‘younger and wholesome’ – and meals to eat day by day

As a nutritional psychiatrist, I always make it a point to maintain a balanced diet. A lot of that has to do with making sure I get all the right vitamins, especially since it’s essential to prevent cognitive decline. And since the risk is there neurological diseases increase as we ageone question I often get … Read more

Indiana lawmakers vote to maintain exceptions to abortion ban

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – The deeply divided Indiana House voted Thursday to keep exceptions in cases of rape or genital mutilation in a bill that would ban nearly all abortions. in the state. The Republican-led House voted 61-39 to kill an amendment that would have ended those exceptions, with a majority of GOP members wanting to … Read more

What Professional-Lifers Ought to Study from Kansas

Peggy Noonan is an opinion columnist at the Wall Street Journal where her column, “Declarations,” has run since 2000. She was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Commentary in 2017. A political analyst for NBC News, she is the author of nine books on American politics, history and culture, from her most recent, “The Time of … Read more

Commentary: Why S’poreans have to bone up on muscle health, as extra carers flip to family members

As Singaporeans live longer, the millennials and older adults are having to adjust to a role reversal: becoming caregivers to their aging parents and family members. The saying often goes, “To Take Care of Others, Begin by Taking Care of Yourself”. This is especially true for those of us who have to deal with providing … Read more

The CDC had hoped to ease Covid-19 suggestions, together with for colleges, as early as this week

A preview of the plans obtained by CNN shows that the updated recommendations are expected to ease quarantine recommendations for people exposed to the virus and de-expose 6 feet of social media. The agency is also expected to de-emphasize routine screening testing for Covid-19 in schools as a way to monitor the spread of the … Read more

The CDC had hoped to ease Covid-19 suggestions, together with for colleges, as early as this week

A preview of the plans obtained by CNN shows that the updated recommendations are expected to ease quarantine recommendations for people exposed to the virus and de-expose 6 feet of social media. The agency is also expected to de-emphasize routine screening testing for Covid-19 in schools as a way to monitor the spread of the … Read more