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    A Texan mayor has resigned after accusing his snowed-in residents of being 'lazy', telling them to 'get off your a** and take care of your own family' in the midst of a storm that wiped out power for a swathe of the region. Tim Boyd, mayor of Colorado City, went viral with his Facebook post on Tuesday Tim Boyd, mayor of Colorado City, 220 miles west of Fort Worth, voiced his frustrations at the town's 4,000 residents on Facebook. 'No one owes you are your family anything; nor is it the local government's responsibility to support you during trying times like this!' he wrote on Tuesday morning. 'The City and County, along with power providers or any other service owes you NOTHING!' Data from Oncor Electric Delivery, which serves about 4,400 customers in Colorado City's ZIP code, showed that 1,304 of them were without power at 9pm on Tuesday....
    Take care of your hair with this beauty routine, it will be silky and shinyFebruary 13, 2021 · 20:19 hs Having healthy, beautiful and shiny hair is not easy. Abuse by heat tools, styling treatments, and even discolorations, spoil the natural state (and beautiful) of the hair. Today we will show you what beauty routine to carry out to take care of your hair and make it look splendid. Take care of your hair with a daily beauty routine. Step by step to take care of your hair daily 1. Keep your hair clean: detangling your hair is essential, but also, in this way you will help distribute its natural oils evenly so that it looks brighter. You must use a special bristle brush « anti-pull or anti-break ». At night, brush it again And if you have it long, collect it in a braid or in...
    THE NHS will take months to return to normal as the workforce are traumatised and exhausted over the fight against coronavirus, a senior hospital trusts boss said today. Chris Hopson, the chief executive of NHS providers, said that staff may go on long-term sick leave or quit as a result of not being allowed to decompress from working during the pandemic. ???? Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 3The NHS will take months to return to normal as the workforce is traumatised, a hospital trusts boss said todayCredit: PA:Press Association 3Chris Hopson, the chief executive of NHS providers, said that staff may go on long-term sick leave or quit as a result of not being allowed to decompress from working during the pandemicCredit: PA:Press Association “There’s potentially quite a tension between giving staff who are completely exhausted the space and support they need to...
    CELEBRITIES BORN ON THIS DAY: Patton Oswalt, 52; Alan Cumming, 56; Bridget Fonda, 57; Cris Collinsworth, 62. Actor and singer Alan Cumming (THEO WARGO/GETTY IMAGES)  Happy Birthday: Preparation will be essential this year. Go over every detail, and think matters through to the end before you jump into action. Situations will transform quickly, making it vital to keep everything updated and in its place. Well-thought-out plans and knowing what you want will help you reach the goals and receive the rewards you desire. Your numbers are 8, 11, 23, 25, 32, 39, 47.  ARIES (March 21-April 19): Refuse to let your emotions take over. Ease into situations that are likely to turn vicious. You’ll excel if you keep your thoughts to yourself and put your energy into getting things done. Make up your mind, and take care of business. 2 stars  TAURUS (April 20-May 20): Take a creative approach to...
    WILL Young has called for an NHS mental health care "shake up" after his troubled twin brother plunged to his death from a bridge. Rupert Young, 41, tragically took his own life after battling with mental health issues and addiction for years. 4Will Young is calling for a shake up of mental health careCredit: Instagram 4He posted on Instagram following his brother's inquestCredit: Instagram 4Rupert Young took his own life days after leaving hospital His brother Will is now calling for more support for care workers following an inquest yesterday ruled Rupert's death as a suicide. The singer posted a story on Instagram, saying: "The poor NHS and emergency services are asked to handle mental health cases where they are overworked and often under qualified. "The system needs a shake-up to support care workers. As well as this in 20 years of dealing with an alcoholic brother the methods are...
    Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon proclaimed former President Donald Trump's bid for the White House in 2024 has already begun. Hours after receiving an 11th-hour pardon from Trump, Bannon threw down the gauntlet on his show, War Room: Pandemic, ahead of now-President Joe Biden's inauguration. “President Trump is going to take the White House back in 2024 and that starts today," he said Wednesday morning. "And it starts with this show, and I don’t care if they don’t like it. I don’t care if the mainstream media doesn’t like it. I don’t care if the Democratic Party doesn’t like it, I don’t care if the state oligarch apparatus doesn’t like it. We’re going to put it in your grill every day." Bannon, a former executive chairman of Breitbart News, was charged with defrauding donors who hoped to help privately fund the construction of a wall along the U.S.-Mexican...
    New York : Queens immigration office Photo: John Moore / . A long immigration nightmare seems to have ended for Fermina Ríos, a devoted Mexican mother who has just received the good news from her lawyer that she will no longer be deported. The most important thing is that this way she will be able to continue in Queens (NYC), taking care of her daughter Dalia García, who depends a lot on her care since she had a car accident that left her a quadriplegic two years ago. “She needs me a lot. The truth is I have no words, I am very excited, I was in ‘shock’ “, said Ríos to NY1 News. Fermina came to the United States without papers from Mexico at the age of 18. When he received an appointment from Immigration, he did not appear at...
    New York : Queens immigration office Photo: John Moore / . A long immigration nightmare seems to have ended for Fermina Ríos, a devoted Mexican mother who has just received the good news from her lawyer that she will no longer be deported. The most important thing is that this way she will be able to continue in Queens (NYC), taking care of her daughter Dalia García, who depends a lot on her care since she had a car accident that left her a quadriplegic two years ago. “She needs me a lot. The truth is I have no words, I am very excited, I was in ‘shock’ “, said Ríos to NY1 News. Fermina came to the United States without papers from Mexico at the age of 18. When he received an appointment from Immigration, he did not appear at the correct address, he...
    VIDEO2:3502:35Hospital CEOs on distributing vaccines: As people get educated, they'll take itSquawk on the Street Some health-care workers are hesitant to receive coronavirus vaccinations, but hospital CEOs told CNBC on Thursday they expect attitudes to shift after a larger percentage of employees are immunized. "I think shortly everybody will want to take it," Will Ferniany, CEO of UAB Health System in Alabama, said on "Squawk on the Street." "About 60% are anxious to take it and want to know as soon as they can take it," he said, referencing an employee survey. "Twenty percent want to take it but are cautious, and 20% are very skeptical about taking it." UAB Hospital was set to begin offering shots to health-care workers Thursday after it received 10,725 doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine earlier in the week. The first vaccinations in the U.S. outside of clinical trials took place Monday, just days after the...
    (CNN)Some Americans should receive the first Covid-19 vaccine as soon as Monday, providing a glimmer of hope nearly a year into the worsening pandemic. First in line will be two groups considered to be exceptionally high risk -- health care workers and residents of long-term care facilities such as nursing homes. US readies for first Covid-19 vaccinations as country nears 300,000 deathsThe groups are part of what federal health officials call Phase 1a of the vaccine distribution plan. Together they add up to about 24 million people.Residents of long-term care facilities have been especially vulnerable, accounting for about 40% of coronavirus deaths in the US.With cases soaring across the country, protecting the health of doctors and nurses is crucial. More than 240,000 health care workers have been infected with coronavirus and nearly 900 have died, according to the CDC. Read MoreBut state health officials and governors across the nation may...
    BOSTON (CBS) – Now that Pfizer’s vaccine has been approved by the FDA for emergency use in the United States, millions of doses will be shipped nationwide to begin distribution immediately. First on the list to receive the vaccine are health care workers treating COVID-19 patients, like Katie Murphy, an ICU nurse at Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. “I will take it,” she told WBZ. Murphy is also the President of the Massachusetts Nurse’s Association and said union members are typically very vaccine-positive, with more than 90 percent getting a flu shot each year. She anticipates the COVID-19 vaccine will see similar numbers. Read: Mass. Communities Remain Vigilant, Prepare For COVID-19 Vaccine “You have to have a robust, healthy workforce to take care of these increasing number of patients and the patients being so sick,” Murphy said. In this second surge of COVID-19, Murphy and her colleagues statewide...
    World No.7 Alexander Zverev has finally broken his silence to the recent happenings over the last few days. On Wednesday, Zverev’s ex-girlfriend, Brenda Patea, made a shocking revelation that she was 20 weeks pregnant with his child and didn’t wish to share the child’s custody. The following day, another ex-girlfriend, Olga Sharypova, accused Zverev of abusing her several times. Having won back-to-back titles at Cologne over the last two weeks, the accusations have cast aspersions over Zverev’s image. Recently, the 23-year-old issued a statement on Twitter where he talked about the past few days being challenging for him. The tennis star acknowledged that he looks forward to welcoming the child with Brenda despite not being in a relationship with her anymore. pic.twitter.com/fDJamXOZ0Z — Alexander Zverev (@AlexZverev) October 29, 2020 “Even though Brenda and I are no longer together, we have a good relationship and I will live up to my...
    Who else would run through a brick wall for Terry McLaurin? There’s a handful of things fans of the Washington Football Team can cheer for in 2020. Wide receiver Terry McLaurin and literally whatever he does is one of them. Following a 25-3 victory over the Dallas Cowboys, Ron Rivera opened the floor to players to speak on a job well done. McLaurin, who isn’t a captain and still is one of the younger talents on the roster, certainly showed Riverboat Ron why he’s becoming the face of the offense. And if you were’t a fan of McLaurin before this speech, you most certainly will be after. “Now we’re right in the thick of it, “McLaurin told his teammates after speaking highly of the way both sides played. “We’re going to take this week off, take care of yourself, take care of each other, take care of your bodies, man because...
    Almost half of American parents said that they are too afraid to take advantage of child-care benefits being provided by their employers due to the coronavirus pandemic, CNBC reports. A new survey from CNBC and the nonprofit Catalyst, which focuses on workplace inclusivity, found that 42% of parents report being scared of using child-care benefits like additional paid time off and flexible work hours out of fear that it will affect their job, with 39% saying that theyre worried they could lose their job if they did so. "Companies are working hard to try to do the best they can within their capacities to help [parents] along, but companies need to make sure that they clearly communicate those benefits so that everyone is aware of and not afraid to take advantage of them," said Lorraine Hariton, Catalyst president and CEO. "Companies can go a long way to setting the right tone...
    WASHINGTON — President Trump will take executive action “in the weeks ahead” to protect Americans with pre-existing conditions as his administration tries to kill ObamaCare in the Supreme Court, Vice President Mike Pence said Tuesday. In an interview with CBS Evening News, Pence was asked about a brewing legal battle which could see tens of millions of Americans lose access to health care as the government argues that a mandate requiring people have health care is unconstitutional. The looming fight over the Affordable Care Act has come into even sharper view after the passing of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, clearing a path for Trump to select a third nominee and create the first conservative majority since the 1960s. “We’ve long believed that the individual mandate at the center of ObamaCare was unconstitutional,” the veep told anchor Norah O’Donnell when asked if he wanted to install a justice who would kill...
    President Trump told conservative radio host Dan Bongino that his administration would "take care of business" if people who were unwilling to accept the results of a Trump victory on Election Day turned violent. In an interview on Friday, Bongino asked Trump if his administration was concerned about "the potential for violence by people not willing to accept the results of the election." "We want to win, and once we win, we'll take care of business," Trump replied. "We are winning now. We have polls — our polls show that we're winning in Wisconsin, we're winning in Arizona, and yet, the New York Times comes out with a poll that we're nine down. We're not nine down." Democrats and Republicans have speculated about how the opposing candidate's supporters are likely to respond should their candidate lose. A report by the Transition Integrity Project, a group of bipartisan analysts,...
    VIDEO4:4104:41Amwell CEO on its NYSE debutThe Exchange Telehealth company Amwell made its public market debut Thursday after months of rapid growth because of the coronavirus pandemic. But co-CEO Ido Schoenberg told CNBC that the "enormous" digital transformation of health care remains a process that will take years. "This giant surge in visits may not be continuing into the same pace, and we fairly expect it to go down for a little bit," Schoenberg said on "The Exchange." "Our goal is not to count visits. ... Our main performance indicator is the number of active providers on our platform."  Schoenberg, who co-founded the company with his brother, Roy, in 2006, said bringing more doctors onto Amwell's platform is critical because it's important to provide patients with flexibility in how they receive health care.  "We simply believe that, in the future, your doctor will connect with you sometimes in person and sometimes online," he said....
    In Calif., Trump baselessly questions climate science Wet Markets Are Essential to Thai Cooking. So Why Are They Disappearing? Let Winged Foot be Winged Foot and everything else will take care of itself MAMARONECK, N.Y. – Maybe it was just happenstance, but given the narrative in golf at the moment, USGA CEO Mike Davis probably had more than a passing interest in the group teeing off Winged Foot’s first hole just past lunch on Monday. © Provided by Golf Channel The threesome included this week’s defending champion, Gary Woodland, and world No. 1 Dustin Johnson. Oh, and those two have also been known to launch a drive or two, so that probably factored into Davis being perched just left of the tee when the duo took flight. Every major championship in recent years has felt like an unflinching staring contest between the game’s best players and the rules makers...
    President Trump is once again threatening to send more federal enforcement to Portland amid ongoing demonstrations in the city.  In a tweet sent out late Friday night, the Commander-in-Chief wrote: 'If the incompetent Mayor of Portland, Ted Wheeler, doesn't get control of his city and stop the Anarchists, Agitators, Rioters and Looters, causing great danger to innocent people, we will go in and take care of matters the way they should have been taken care of 100 days ago!' Protests began in Portland back in late May following the death of unarmed black man George Floyd at the hands of white police officers.  Demonstrations have continued to take place each night, but have become increasingly unruly. Police have declared riots on several occasions, and President Trump last month ordered federal troops to the city to curb chaos.  At the time, crowds grew into the thousands and agents repeatedly clashed with...
    President Donald Trump said he will sign an immigration act soon that will take care of Dreamers as he claimed Democrats want to bring in 'people who will blow up our cities.' 'We're going to be signing an immigration act soon,' Trump said Tuesday, adding that he'll 'be taking care of DACA,' using the acronym for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals.  He offered no details of what he would be signing - an act is legislation that must first be passed by Congress but, as president, he could sign an executive order on the matter. Trump has used his executive order power before on immigration and that is likely the path he would take again. 'We will be signing a powerful immigration act. It'll be great. It'll be merit based,' he said. 'It'll be strong on the border but you'll come in legally.' President Donald Trump said he will sign...
    Francis Ngannou (Photo by Douglas P. DeFelice/Getty Images) Francis Ngannou picks Kamaru Usman to beat Jorge Masvidal on Saturday. UFC heavyweight contender and former title challenger, Francis Ngannou, has an interest in the new UFC 251 main event headlined by Kamaru Usman and Jorge Masvidal for the welterweight championship. The bout takes place on Fight Island as part of a stacked card that features two additional title fights, along with former champions, newcomers, and veterans alike. Doesnt matter who is the opponent, whether is one of the best welterweight of the world or the BMF Champ
    If you get COVID-19 and struggle to breathe, would you want to be put on a ventilator? Whatever your answer, ask yourself another question: Who would make your wishes clear if you couldn’t speak for yourself? Advance directives - an umbrella term that includes living wills and health care proxies or powers of attorney - are legal documents that all of us need but that many of us don’t have. A living will allows you to tell your loved ones and medical providers what kinds of medical care you want at the end of your life. Health care proxies or powers of attorney allow you to designate someone to make medical decisions for you if you can’t communicate. You need both, since not all medical situations will trigger a living will, says Carolyn McClanahan, a physician and certified financial planner in Jacksonville, Florida. TOP STORIES George Soros, 89, is still...
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