Omicron Cases Put New Zealand on Red Alert, Leader Ardern Cancels Wedding

Omicron Cases Put New Zealand on Red Alert, Leader Ardern Cancels Wedding

SYDNEY — New Zealand has moved to the highest level of its Covid-19 restrictions as it seeks to contain an outbreak of the Omicron variant which has also led Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern to cancel her wedding plans. Ms Ardern said on Sunday nine cases of Covid-19 in the Nelson Marlborough area of ​​the country’s … Read more

Middle-aged moms: rarely alone, often online and increasingly alone

Middle-aged moms: rarely alone, often online and increasingly alone

Middle age is a busy time. He is also a loner. Work and family demands leave little time to nurture friendships, especially for women. Before the pandemic, conversations about loneliness were often centered on men, with discussions of an “epidemic of loneliness”. But during the lockdown, Gen X women, ages 41 to 57, reported the … Read more

Mental Health Awareness event coming to Wren High School on Monday | News

Mental Health Awareness event coming to Wren High School on Monday |  News

PIEDMONT, SC (FOX Carolina) – Wren High School Graduation Coach Lisa Wilson says the Wren High School community has dealt with their fair share of tragedies over the last few years. “Several who have taken their own lives,” she explained. As a way to try and help the school, the #SameHere Schools Program is coming … Read more

Supreme Court Allows Continued Enforcement of Texas Six-Week Abortion Ban

Supreme Court Allows Continued Enforcement of Texas Six-Week Abortion Ban

WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court allowed Texas’ six-week abortion ban to stay indefinitely, issuing an order Thursday blocking litigation against the law while the state’s top court considers a procedural issue related to the application of the measure. The court order was unsigned and, as usual, provided no explanation. The three liberal justices dissented, arguing … Read more

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Family Celebrates the Holidays with a Voting Rights March

Martin Luther King Jr.’s Family Celebrates the Holidays with a Voting Rights March

Nation’s capital marks Martin Luther King Jr. Day with suffrage march led by family of late civil rights leader, as congressional Democrats pledge to advance suffrage legislation despite its expected failure. March leaders are urging people to ask Congress to pass election law changes nationwide instead of celebrations at the federal holiday dedicated to Dr. … Read more

Afghanistan’s Taliban Battle Rebellion by Ethnic Minority Fighters

Afghanistan’s Taliban Battle Rebellion by Ethnic Minority Fighters

KABUL—The Afghan Taliban are battling a rebellion of ethnic minority fighters within their own ranks in the north of the country, a sign that ties are fraying within the alliance built by the Islamist group that took control of the country. country in August. Some Uzbeks who have joined the Taliban, which is dominated by … Read more

New Omicron studies help explain why variant is mild but spreads quickly

New Omicron studies help explain why variant is mild but spreads quickly

The threat posed by the Omicron variant is now more precise, with recent clinical data and laboratory studies supporting early reports suggesting that it is milder but more transmissible than other variants of the novel coronavirus. “It spreads really, really fast, but it doesn’t seem to have the virulence or machismo to really pack as … Read more

Why are you testing negative on an antigen test with symptoms of COVID-19? Do you have the flu? Not necessarily — here’s why

Why are you testing negative on an antigen test with symptoms of COVID-19?  Do you have the flu?  Not necessarily — here’s why

You have a searing headache. Your body hurts. You have developed a cough. You sneeze. But you test negative on an antigen test. Do you have COVID-19, the disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus? Or the flu? Or flurona – both? It is a stressful dilemma and an increasingly common question. Flu season is upon … Read more

A grieving family wonders: what if they had known the medical history of sperm donor 1558?

A grieving family wonders: what if they had known the medical history of sperm donor 1558?

When Laura and David Gunner learned that their 27-year-old son Steven had died of an opioid overdose, the couple were grieved but not entirely surprised. They had struggled to help him overcome his addictions and erratic behavior for over a decade. Seeking solace in the wake of Steven’s death in 2020, the upstate New York … Read more