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Dr. Robert Redfield, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, sat down with JAMA editor in chief Dr. Howard Bauchner on Tuesday to talk about the state of the coronavirus in the U.S., which has infected more than 3.3 million Americans and led to over 136,000 deaths.
Ayuda, which means “help” in Spanish, offers contactless delivery during the pandemic.
Nolan Davis and his mom attended Black Lives Matter marches to support the movement and to add their voices to the cause.
Infectious disease experts and physicians are concerned that Walt Disney World Resort, which officially reopened on Saturday, is primed to become a hotbed of coronavirus spread that has the potential to cause a ripple effect throughout the nation.
India Marshall woke up from surgery to see that her black doctor had perfectly braided her natural hair away from her incisions.
Mary Daniel hadn't been able to visit her husband due to the risks involved with senior communities.
Gretchen Carlson isn’t afraid to go after what she deserves. It’s this courage and determination that the former Fox News host views as pivotal to her success, she shares in DNA of a MAKER.
New research shows that moms have reduced their work hours by about 5 percent while the work hours of dads have largely stayed the same.
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Yahoo! called on our four in-house medical experts and asked them to share the risk they will and will not take during a pandemic.
Writer Melissa Blake, who was born with Freeman-Sheldon Syndrome, reflects on the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
With Covid-19 and the Black Lives Matter movement serving a one-two punch to American society, now, more than ever, has been a crucial time for people to reflect and think critically about how racism has severely affected the Black community. One of the most evident disparaging impacts of the oppressive system is Black America’s inability to sustain more equitable communities. As the country expanded its economic power over the last century, the racial wealth gap also significantly widened. To further discuss the structural roadblocks that have prevented Black America from building and distributing generational wealth, Yahoo Life spoke with five Black public figures who are raising awareness about the importance of reinvesting in their communities.
Critics have called this new initiative "tone deaf."
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Meghan and Harry stepped out for a rare outing in their neighborhood.
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The global population is projected to decline by the year 2100, which could have “profound economic, social, and geopolitical impacts in many countries."
The 'Full House' and her husband recently pleaded guilty to conspiracy charges.
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Taco Bell is stirring a wave of online controversy over a series of “ridiculous” potential menu changes.
My daughter is planning on having her wedding in Lake Como, Italy, on August 3. Although it seems she is very preoccupied with herself at the moment — which, to be fair, most of us would be when trying to salvage a likely expensive destination wedding amid global pestilence — you need to think about yourself here and skip the event.
A TikTok user who once worked as restaurant hostess in New York City created a series of videos in which she assesses her celebrity encounters based on how nice they were.
Shoppers say the cotton masks are comfortable and hold up well in the wash.
The fit duo did lunges, squats, and some tricky resistance band exercises.
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One woman’s tweet about her experience with a Black doctor went viral, increasing the call for more Black medical professionals. Yahoo Life spoke to both India Marshall and her surgeon, Dr. Jewel Greywoode.
On Wednesday, the Department of Health and Human Services shared that all further hospital data on coronavirus patients will be sent directly to the Trump administration starting July 16. The information previously went through the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention first, reports CNN. According to the report, this decision is being touted as faster and more convenient, but health experts worry that the move could make data — such as infection rates and trends — less transparent. By presenting all information to the Trump administration to filter through the public, experts say that we are running the risk of putting a political spin on coronavirus cases, particularly at a time when White House representatives are urging for reopenings and downplaying the death toll in America.News of the change reportedly came as a shock to the CDC, who were told that the information as it is currently filtered is too slow to process. “Today, the CDC still has at least a week lag in reporting hospital data,” Health and Human Services spokesperson, Michael R. Caputo told the New York Times. “America requires it in real time. The new, faster and complete data system is what our nation needs to defeat the coronavirus, and the CDC, an operating division of HHS, will certainly participate in this streamlined all-of-government response. They simply no longer control it.”The CDC currently collects coronavirus data through its system, the National Healthcare Safety Network, which tracks COVID-19 by having medical professionals register their facilities and report new cases, deaths, hospital capacity, and other pertinent information. At the outset of the pandemic, this program expanded to meet demands and track hospital capacity and COVID-19-specific patient information. The new system, which reportedly will be used to collect the same information, is managed by health data firm, TeleTracking. Like the National Healthcare Safety Network, the TeleTracking system will rely on daily push data, meaning that hospital employees must manually enter the information. One caveat is that if hospitals are already in the habit of reporting information at a state level first, they could obtain a written release to continue that process, giving the state the responsibility of reporting on a federal level. Though the systems are similar in purpose and practice, the concern lies in the lack of trust health experts and medical staff has in the Trump administration to make apolitical data available to the right people. In an opinion piece published in the Washington Post on Tuesday, four of the CDC’s former directors expressed concerns that the Trump administration will politicize data and continue to undermine health experts. Furthermore, information sent to the new database will not be open to the public which raises questions about how researchers, health officials, and reporters will be able to access data. Among several things that haven’t been made clear in this new system, is how the CDC will be involved and what its role will be in helping understand the data collected. Outside of medical experts, people responded with similar concerns over health data’s new route through the Trump administration. Many echoed concerns of a lack of transparency calling it “horrifying.”> Nothing horrifying to see here. Just that Coronavirus hospital data will now be sent to Trump administration instead of CDC > > 139K dead, 3.5M infected, still not enough tests—and now potential censorship on the actual extent of the devastation. Dystopian.https://t.co/eUPD3ItSdZ> > — Qasim Rashid for Congress (@QasimRashid) July 15, 2020“Centralizing control of all data under the umbrella of an inherently political apparatus is dangerous and breeds distrust,” Nicole Lurie, who served as assistant secretary for preparedness and response under Barack Obama, told the NYT. “It appears to cut off the ability of agencies like CDC to do its basic job.”Dr. Thomas File, president of the Infectious Diseases Society of America released a statement saying: “Placing medical data collection outside of the leadership of public health experts could severely weaken the quality and availability of data, add an additional burden to already overwhelmed hospitals and add a new challenge to the U.S. pandemic response.”Like what you see? How about some more R29 goodness, right here?Is Kayleigh McEnany Just Trump's Mouthpiece?Why Harvard & MIT Are Suing TrumpMelania Trump Wore A Mask In Public — Finally
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A self-love activist and influencer is bringing about greater public awareness of the deceitful nature of social media imagery with her powerful “Instagram vs reality” photos.
In her new book, Mary Trump recalls her mother receiving a handbag with a used tissue in it, and other serious gifting faux pas.
When your Ring doorbell camera detects movement at your door at 5:06 a.m., the natural response is confusion mixed with fear.
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The news, which sent social media users into a frenzy, . began when an insider posted on Reddit about a series of dishes expected to disappear in mid-August. The Reddit user, who is a verified employee at the fast-food chain, shared that many beloved items were getting the ax. Among those cuts: All potato items, the 7-layer burrito, the spicy tostada and the triple-layer nachos. Perhaps most notably, the quesarito — a fan-favorite dish that is basically a quesadilla combined with a burrito — is also allegedly on the outs. None of these changes have been officially confirmed by Taco Bell. However, the company did tell Insider in a statement that it is in the process of “evolving” its menu to “simplify operations”. That information alone was enough to send Twitter users into despair. “Taco Bell getting rid of cheesy potato grillers is proof that 2020 just keeps getting worse,” one user wrote
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YouTuber Jake Paul has found himself at the center of yet another controversy just weeks after facing criminal charges. He’s facing backlash after throwing a day-long party at his home in Calabasas, California. According to Insider, it appeared to follow a six-location shoot for an upcoming music video. It didn’t take long for photos and videos of large groups of maskless guests assembled at Paul’s mansion to surface on social media. Concerned neighbors sent some of the footage to the Calabasas mayor’s office, according to Fox 11. Calabasas Mayor Alicia Weintraub told Fox 11 the guests were “acting like COVID doesn’t exist”. In response to this incident, Weintraub told Insider she would be cracking down on events like this