Dr. Oz on COVID-19 Pandemic
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Dr. Oz on COVID-19 Pandemic
Nadhim Zahawi is expected to face off with Britain’s teaching unions this autumn after they demanded new catch-up funding for schools less than 24 hours after he was appointed.
Steven Bennett was distracted on his phone, a court heard.
Somalia's president said on Thursday he had withdrawn the executive powers of the prime minister, the latest twist in a feud that has plunged the country into a deep political crisis. The move by President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed, who is popularly known as Farmajo, came despite efforts by Somali politicians to defuse the tensions with Prime Minister Mohamed Hussein Roble. "The prime minister has violated the transitional constitution so his executive powers are withdrawn... especially his powe
Research has shown there is a link between heading and dementia, so a charity match is being played to show how a ban could work.
Frankie MacRitchie suffered fatal head injuries after being attacked by the 45kg American bulldog cross Staffordshire bull terrier
As coronavirus outbreaks driven by the delta variant lead school districts around the U.S. to abruptly shut down or send large numbers of children into quarantine, some students are getting minimal schooling at home
New housing secretary Michael Gove urged to fix building safety crisis . Iain Duncan Smith joins Westminster rally of homeowners trapped in unsellable and dangerous homes
On "Hospital Row" in downtown Toronto, the strip of road home to five of the city's major medical centres, a group of protesters stood and shouted: "where's the pandemic?"
A new study shows that empathy is a necessity for leaders in today’s workplace and may be key to keeping workers amid “The Great Resignation”.View on euronews
Let’s hope it goes better than that time he tried the same thing with CNN!
The Italian government approved on Thursday some of the strictest anti-COVID measures in the world,making it obligatory for all workers either to show proof of vaccination, a negative test or recent recovery from infection. The new rules will come into force on Oct. 15 in the latest effort by Prime Minister Mario Draghi's broad coalition to persuade people to get inoculated and blunt contagion in one of the countries worst-hit by the virus.Any worker who fails to present a valid health certifica
The actor needed 17 stitches.
Tory lockdown sceptics have hailed the promotion of Stephen Barclay to Cabinet Office minister, as they claimed he would be more alive to the economic costs of another lockdown this winter than Michael Gove.
Russian actress Yulia Peresild, director Klim Shipenko, and their backup crew train in zero gravity ahead of their space launch to the International Space Station (ISS) on the 5 October, in a race against a parallel US project.
Authorities on the Spanish Island of La Palma have warned a sudden increase in earthquakes could be a warning sign a volcanic eruption is due within weeks or even days. Spain’s National Geographic Institute has detected 4,222 tremors in a so-called “earthquake swarm” in the Cumbre Vieja national park, around the Teneguia volcano in the far south of the island. As the quakes intensified and moved closer to the surface, the Canary Island’s regional government on Tuesday put the island on a yellow alert for an eruption; this is the second of a four-level alert system.
The Activist, a tone-deaf X Factor-style reality competition show with civil rights instead of power ballads, has been “reimagined” amid backlash.
Kloots is currently a co-host on ‘The Talk’
Clarkson, cliches and the Chipping Norton set. Oxfordshire village life does not conform to outdated stereotypes, writes Chris Rawlence
Nicola Sturgeon apologised to those who had endured long waiting times for treatment.
A survey polled 2,000 Americans about all the parts of life that make them feel old and found that the top sign they knew they were an adult was when they finally had to think about saving money (35%). Conducted by OnePoll and commissioned by Fabric, the survey showed that more than half of Americans (51%) feel like they're off track of where they should be in life, in general — with 39% feeling like they're being left in the dust by friends.