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'It's not fancy, but it works': Mississippi doctor uses garden hose, lamp timer and electronic valve to create makeshift ventilators
The makeshift Robertson Ventilator can be assembled with hardware-store supplies in 20-30 minutes at a cost of less than $100.
A 44-year-old marathon runner says he now has to sit on a plastic stool in the shower, unable to stand for long after being on a ventilator for a severe case of COVID-19
"My physician father had warned me: 'You better not get put on a ventilator. People don't come back from that,'" David Lat wrote in an op-ed.
Millions of jobs in Asia’s vital garment industry are at risk due to the coronavirus pandemic.
- LifestyleIn The Know
Dan Kuhnle shared a video of his elaborate workout device to YouTube on April 5, where it’s since been covered by media outlets everywhere.
- PoliticsYahoo Money
Not all those living in the U.S. will get relief from the $2 trillion Coronavirus relief package. Here’s who won’t be getting a check from the federal government.
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'Like fine wine': Katharine McPhee shows off in plunging yellow gown with an 'American Idol' throwback
"It's day 26 of quarantine and we're breaking out dresses from 14 years ago."
Fed should pay every American more, let hedge funds and billionaires ‘get wiped out,’ says Social Capital CEO
Is the Fed's massive coronavirus stimulus package helping the ultra-rich at the expense of ordinary American workers? Appearing Thursday on CNBC's “Fast Money Halftime Report” Palihapitiya said the U.S. shouldn't be bailing out billionaires and hedge funds when it's the people on Main Street who are the ones actually getting hurt. When a business typically fails, Palihapitiya said, “it does not fire their employees,” instead going though a bankruptcy process that often preserves pensions, and employees end up owning more of the company in the end.