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    A video shows the horrifying moment two skateboarders crash while going at speeds of 40mph at an illegal skate event.  The horror crash was at a hill bombing event in San Francisco resulting in two skateboarders going to hospital.  Footage shows three skateboarders flying down the hill at great speeds as one wearing a black t-shirt comes off his board. The horror crash was at an illegal hill bombing event in San Francisco resulting in two skateboarders going to hospital The two skaters, who may have been going at speeds of up to 40mph collide as one falls and can't out the way of the other The skateboarder wearing a black t-shirt, left, falls from his...
    President TrumpDonald John TrumpUSPS warns Pennsylvania mail-in ballots may not be delivered in time to be counted Michael Cohen book accuses Trump of corruption, fraud Trump requests mail-in ballot for Florida congressional primary MORE will visit his brother, Robert Trump, in the hospital on Friday prior to spending the weekend at his club in Bedminster, N.J., a White House spokesman confirmed to The Hill. Robert Trump is hospitalized in New York City, deputy press secretary Judd Deere said. His condition, which was first reported by ABC News, was not immediately clear. The White House did not provide further details on the president's visit to see his brother. But he is scheduled to depart the White House around 2 p.m. This story is...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Five people were shot in separate incidents yesterday and overnight in Queens and the Bronx, police say. Brooklyn was relatively calm after a spate of homicides hit the borough in recent days. None of the victims had life-threatening injuries and no arrests have been made in these cases. This comes as the NYPD teamed up with federal agents to arrest 10 people last weekend on gun charges. Police have been stepping up their gun investigations and made several gun arrests last night too. Shooting incidents have been wide-spread throughout the city and the country with almost all suspects wearing masks because...
    (CNN)In a letter, public health advisers to the US government said they are "extremely concerned" and "troubled" by the Trump administration's decision to change how hospitals report Covid-19 data.The letter, dated July 31, described hospitals as "scrambling" to determine how to meet new daily Covid-19 reporting requirements to the US Department of Health and Human Services, and said retiring the older system jeopardized data integrity. One doctor who signed the letter said the new data system was marred by inconsistencies, rendering it "almost impossible" to use for real-time decisions during the pandemic."Moving forward," the letter says, "it will be even more challenging to perform meaningful inter-state comparisons, and to understand which COVID-19 mitigation strategies were successul (or failed)." Coronavirus hospital...
    As seen this week on General Hospital, Valentin Cassadine got exactly what he wanted after manipulating three women into giving him what he needed to gain control of ELQ. He is now the new CEO of the company that has been in the Quartermaine family for years. That leaves Lucy, Sam, and Brooklyn to defend their actions. Many people in Port Charles are upset that the women were so easily manipulated. Lucy was put into a position to be the deciding vote in favor of the Quartermaines, but instead was the vote that got Valentin’s foot in the door and he shoved it wide open. He was able to hold Deception over her head, which is why he funded her...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Children from a local Bronx hospital were recently treated to a “major” surprise. Every year Major League Baseball umpires from UMPS CARE Charities come to the Children’s Hospital at Montefiore and hand out Build-A-Bears to children coping with serious illnesses and injuries. This year, due to the pandemic, they could not come in person, however they still delivered gifts and smiles, making sure the kids and their families know they are not forgotten or alone. UMPS CARE Charities, the official philanthropy of the Major League Baseball umpires, was founded in 2006 through the compassion of MLB umpires. UMPS CARE provides financial,...
    BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Not two months after battling back the coronavirus, Spain’s hospitals are beginning to see patients struggling to breathe returning to their wards. The deployment of a military emergency brigade to set up a field hospital in Zaragoza this week is a grim reminder that Spain is far from claiming victory over the coronavirus that devastated the European country in March and April. Authorities said the field hospital is a precaution, but no one has forgotten scenes of hospitals filled to capacity and the daily death toll reaching over 900 fatalities a few months ago. While an enhanced testing effort is revealing that a majority of the infected are asymptomatic and younger, making them less likely to...
    By JOSEPH WILSON, The Associated Press BARCELONA, Spain (AP) — Not two months after battling back the coronavirus, Spain’s hospitals are beginning to see patients struggling to breathe returning to their wards. The deployment of a military emergency brigade to set up a field hospital in Zaragoza this week is a grim reminder that Spain is far from claiming victory over the coronavirus that devastated the European country in March and April. Authorities said the field hospital is a precaution, but no one has forgotten scenes of hospitals filled to capacity and the daily death toll reaching over 900 fatalities a few months ago. While an enhanced testing effort is revealing that a majority of the infected are asymptomatic and...
    Members of the rescue team walk at the damaged site of Tuesday's blast in Beirut's port area, Lebanon August 8, 2020. Hannah McKay/Reuters Dozens of children battling cancer in Beruit have lost access to their treatment after hospitals were destroyed in the explosion last week, The New York Times reported.  Doctors are worried they could die without access to treatment or be suspectable to catching and dying from the coronavirus.  The explosion killed more than 135 people and wounded over 5,000 people in the city.  Remaining hospitals are at capacity treating those injured in the blast.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Dozens of children Beruit lost access to cancer treatment following the Beirut explosion, The New...
    Since the pandemic began, doctors say they have seen a decrease in hospitals of patients with medical emergencies not related to the coronavirus, and that this could be cause for concern. “A person who has an important condition and does not come to the hospital to be treated for that condition can die and we are seeing this daily,” says Dr. Javier Perez Fernandez, director of intensive care at Baptist Health hospital in Miami . According to the results of a census poll, the first week of July, 40.3% of respondents in the Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Pompano Beach area said they had postponed receiving medical help due to the pandemic. Dr. Javier Pérez Fernández adds that they have...
    A U.S. Air Force helicopter was forced to make an emergency landing at a Virginia airport after someone reportedly shot it from the ground and injured a crew member, officials have said.   A UH-1N Huey helicopter, assigned to the 1st Helicopter Squadron at Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, was conducting a routine training flight above Middleburg, Virginia, when it was struck by a bullet on Monday, McClatchy DC reported.  Officials said the military chopper declared an emergency landing around 12.20pm before touching down safely 10 miles north west at Manassas Regional Airport.  The FBI has launched an investigation after an Air Force helicopter (stock photo) was shot at from the ground in Virginia on Monday  The injured crew member...
    By Charlotte Bruneau and Yara Abi Nader BEIRUT, (Reuters) - Stepping into the delivery room where his wife Emmanuelle was about to give birth, Edmond Khnaisser meant to capture their son's first moments on camera. Instead, he recorded the instant the biggest blast in Lebanon's history sent whole windows crashing onto his 28 year-old wife's hospital bed. "I saw death with my own eyes...I started feeling 'is it over?' I was looking around and at the ceiling, just waiting for it to fall on us," Emmanuelle said, recollecting the direct aftermath of the massive blast that injured 6000 and killed more than 170 people in Beirut on Aug. 4. Brushing off blood and shattered glass, medical staff instinctively carried Emmanuelle...
    General Hospital spoilers indicate that there is a lot of drama coming up during the episode airing on Wednesday. New episodes are back and the writers are keeping viewers on the edges of their seats with wild developments constantly dropping. One thing that everybody can look forward to with the August 12 show is more with Jasper “Jax” Jacks and Nina Reeves. The sneak peek for Wednesday’s episode of General Hospital that was posted on Twitter shared glimpses of several significant storyline developments. One quick tidbit showed Jax and Nina talking and she appeared to be holding a necklace in her hand. At this point, all General Hospital viewers know the significance of that necklace. It’s the one with the...
    THE Spanish Army has been called in to set up a makeshift hospital in Zaragoza, Spain, as the city struggles to contain a new spike in coronavirus cases. Spain's Health Ministry reported 3,632 new infections on Tuesday - and to deal with the new surge in Aragon, the army has begun expanding the Clinic University Hospital of Zaragoza. 4A makeshift hospital is being created in ZaragozaCredit: EPA 4The army has been called in to prepare the field hospitalCredit: AP:Associated Press The hospital in the capital city currently holds 160 COVID-19 patients - more than any other Spanish hospital, according to local media. However, the new makeshift hospital, which will spill into the car park, will hold an extra 40 patients....
    An active shooter situation unfolding for hours at a Louisiana hospital early Wednesday has left one man wounded, as police search for the gunman believed to be on the loose somewhere inside the building. The shooting happened before 5:30 a.m. at the St. Mary Medical Center in Shreveport, La. WASHINGTON DC POLICE OFFICER 'FIGHTING FOR HER LIFE' AFTER SHOOTING KILLS TEEN, INJURES 20 Taniel Cole, 41, allegedly shot another man in the leg inside the building. The victim, who has not been named by authorities, sustained injuries that were not life-threatening, Shreveport Police Sgt. Angie Willhite told KSLA. A SWAT hostage negotiator team with the Shreveport Police Department, as well as Caddo Parish Sheriff’s Office deputies, remains at...
    If you've ever scribbled someone's number down in a rush and then texted the wrong number you'll know just how embarrassing it can be when you have apologise to the unsuspecting recipient. BoredPanda has compiled a list of some of the most bizarre and amusing messages people have received without any explanation. One person received an image of a bunch of grapes with the accompanying message 'Consider this your f****** warning' before the sender quickly realised their error.  Another was asked by a stranger what type of cheese they had eaten for lunch because they wanted to go to the shops and buy some. Here, FEMAIL take a look at the most baffling texts shared online.  People shared their...
    Being overweight can raise the risk of severe Covid-19 by 40 per cent, while obese people are 70 per cent more likely to be hospitalised with the disease, according to a study. Researchers analysed data from more than 300,000 people, 640 of whom ended up in hospital with the coronavirus at the peak of the pandemic. They found extra weight is linked with 'higher odds' of admission to hospital, increasing in line with body mass index (BMI) - a height-to-weight ratio.  Being too thin also raised the risk compared to someone who was a healthy weight, but by a smaller margin of six per cent.  The team, led by University College London, sought to build on previous smaller-scale studies which first shone...
    2020 has seen the loss of yet another renowned personality, Bollywood lyricist and Urdu poet Rahat Indori. The veteran had tested positive for COVID-19 and was admitted to the ICU of Indore’s Aurobindo Hospital on Sunday. It was also reported that along with Coronavirus, Rahat also had 60% pneumonia and passed away after suffering two heart attacks on August 11, 2020. His doctor Vinod Bhandari confirmed the news of his passing to ANI and revealed the details. Rahat Indori Dies of Heart Attack After Testing COVID-19 Positive, Renowned Poet And Lyricist Breathes His Last at Indore’s Aurobindo Hospital. Rahat was also a regular at Mushairas and Kavi Sammelan’s and was an internationally recognised poet, having performed not only all over...
    ON THIS DAY IN 1927, the Eagle reported, “With the purpose of the Mount Rushmore monument in the Black Hills, a work formally initiated yesterday by President Calvin Coolidge in a fitting and dignified address, there can be only harmony. The monument will commemorate Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln and Roosevelt. Washington never crossed the Mississippi either physically or definitely; Jefferson never beheld it, but he extended our territory over a great area beyond it; Lincoln helped make the country one from end to end, but lived his life east of the great river. Roosevelt alone of the four closely knew and loved the country beyond it. Yet it is an appropriate thing that the West should have within its expanse a...
    A 17-year-old boy working at Sesame Place theme park has undergone surgery on his jaw after a visitor punched him in the face in reaction to being asked to wear a face mask. The teenager was attacked at the Sesame Street-themed location in Langhorne, Pennsylvania on Sunday around 5pm. The confrontation took place at the Captain Cookie's High C's Adventure ride inside the Bucks County park which is about 30 minutes outside Philadelphia. The minor reminded the man, and the woman who accompanied him, to cover their noses and mouths. A 17-year-old boy working at Sesame Place theme park was punched in the face on Sunday by a visitor after he asked him to wear a mask The...
    Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York City Four more people were wounded overnight in three separate shootings in the Bronx and Brooklyn, police officials said — adding more pain to the troubling summertime spike in gun violence citywide. None of the injuries were life-threatening, but the shootings happened after a weekend of violence in which six people were shot to death, and 30 others were wounded, in separate incidents. That included the shocking murder of a 53-year-old father of two children who was hit by a stray bullet while playing handball at Brooklyn’s Lincoln Terrace Park. A man in his 40’s was shot to death on a handball...
    Looking into the eyes of a patient with heart failure can tell doctors how long they have to live, a study has revealed. Research found that patients with larger eye pupils are consistently more likely to survive heart failure and to stay out of hospital. The study photographed the eyes of 870 patients who were hospitalised with acute heart failure.  The participants were then divided into those with large pupils, and those with smaller pupils. The study, published yesterday by the European Society of Cardiology, found that people with smaller pupils were twice as likely to die. Kitasato University Hospital researchers in Japan found that patients with smaller eye pupils were twice as likely to die from heart failure...
    President Donald Trump on Monday abruptly left a press conference after what appeared to be a Secret Service agent approached the podium and spoke into his ear. “Excuse me?” Trump said as the press conference was interrupted. The president left the podium and the briefing doors were locked after he exited. After speaking quietly with the Secret Service, the president returned to the briefing room after a few minutes to inform them that there was a shooting of an armed suspect outside the White House. “There was an actual shooting, someone has been taken to the hospital … seems like the person was shot by Secret Service,” Trump said. He also confirmed that the suspect was armed. He thanked Secret...
    (CNN)Seven years ago, Carmen Tarleton received a face transplant, a decision she made after her estranged husband attacked her in 2007 with a bottle of lye, disfiguring her face beyond recognition. The transplant was a grueling, complex, surgical procedure -- one that ultimately proved unsuccessful.But last month, Tarleton, a 52-year-old former nurse, chose to do it again, making her the first American and only the second person ever to undergo the procedure twice.The surgery, which took place at Boston's Brigham and Women's Hospital in July, involved more than 45 clinicians over the span of approximately 20 hours, according to a hospital news release. "That first face transplant served me very well," Tarleton, who is recovering from her home in New...
    (CNN)Dr. Bryan Cox has delivered more than 5,000 babies in the last 33 years -- but one of them is extra special. On March 23, 1995, Cox delivered Lauren Cortez at Methodist Hospital in San Antonio, Texas. Now 25 years and many babies later, Cox delivered Cortez' baby -- Logan James, born on July 26 weighing 6 pounds, 1 ounce."One of the reasons I chose this job is because very few fields in medicine have so much happiness," Cox told CNN. "What made this with Lauren so wonderful is just how much I adore her and how much I adore her mother. I watched her when she was a baby, I saw her when she was 2 years old, and...
    Today is Monday, August 10 and these are the main news of the day: 1.- The four executive orders signed by President Donald Trump to provide economic relief to workers, have been harshly criticized by Democrats, who say they do not cover the true needs of families. One of the measures was to defer the collection of payroll taxes for wages less than $ 100,000 annually. These taxes are what pay for Social Security and Medicare. 2.- A violent shooting occurred on Sunday in northeast Miami and three men ended up in the hospital. Two of them were found at the scene and were transported by ambulance to Jackson Memorial Hospital, the third arrived on his own. All...
    Three men were shot in Brooklyn late Sunday and another was wounded in the Bronx amid a recent citywide uptick in gun violence. Two 22-year-old men and one 27-year-old man were attending a gathering on Classon Avenue near Dekalb Avenue in Clinton Hill around 10:30 p.m. when shots rang out, cops said. One of the 22-year-olds was shot in the shoulder and transported to the Kings County Hospital Center, and the other was blasted in the back and taken to Brooklyn Methodist Hospital. The older victim was shot in the leg and taken to the same hospital. It’s unclear what sparked the violence. Around the same time in the Bronx, an 18-year-old man was shot in the left shoulder on...
    THE number of people in hospital with Covid-19 has fallen 96 per cent since the peak of the pandemic, official data shows. Staff are treating just 700 coronavirus patients a day in England, compared with about 17,000 a day in mid-April. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2Experts suggest that another admissions surge is 'highly unlikely' as the number of patients in hospital with Covid has dropped 96 per cent since the peakCredit: AP:Associated Press It suggests Britain is “almost reaching herd immunity” and future waves may be less severe, experts say. Some hospitals last week did not have a single coronavirus patient on their wards. NHS England reported 866 Covid hospital deaths...
    (CNN)One person is dead and at least nine people were taken to nearby hospitals after an overnight shooting in Washington, DC, authorities told CNN. The shooting took place at 34th Street and Dubois Place SE., a spokesperson for DC Fire and EMS said. In addition to the nine people transported from the scene, DC Fire and EMS said they also transported two people to the hospital from locations near the shooting scene but added it's unknown whether they are related to the shooting. At this time, officials are considering them separate incidents. According to CNN affiliate WTOP-FM, the shooting took place about a block away from Fort Circle Park.The department was called to the scene at around 12:22 a.m. Sunday....
    It looks like the General Hospital Nurses Ball is officially on this year. Everyone seemed to assume that because of the coronavirus pandemic that caused filming to come to a screaming halt this past spring, that this yearly event wouldn’t happen. However, it will definitely be aired sometime this month and has already been mentioned this past week on the ABC soap. It was casually mentioned by Lulu Falconeri, as Soap Central had indicated in their recap for Friday’s show. Lulu was with Maxie, who just found out that she was expecting Peter’s baby, when she uttered the words that it will be happening. Peter wondered why Maxie was at GH in the first place. She didn’t know what to...
    SAN ANTONIO – A man is hospitalized and in critical condition after he was t-boned by another driver who ran a red light on the West Side. The crash happened at 2:07 a.m. Saturday on Highway 151 and Hunt Lane. Officials said a driver in a Mustang was driving the wrong direction at a high rate of speed. That driver then ran a red light at Hunt Lane and t-boned the driver of a mini van at the intersection, police said. The mini van then slammed into a pick up truck. Police said the driver of the mini van was rescued by the jaws of life and taken to University Hospital in serious condition. The driver of...
    (CBS Local) — The spread of COVID-19 around the world has become the biggest story of 2020. Each month, doctors and medical professionals are learning more about the virus’s impact on short-term and long-term health.  Dr. Jennifer Haythe is a cardiologist at Columbia University’s Irving Medical Center in New York and is one of the many doctors who was on the frontlines when COVID-19 first started spreading through the country. Dr. Haythe spends her days researching the heart and explains how this virus is impacting the heart in several different ways. “Early on, we started to see manifestations including acute heart failure syndromes, which we often see with the flu and other viruses,” said Dr. Haythe in an interview with CBS...
    A young couple, originally from Santa Cruz, Argentina, have lived one of the worst experiences that any human being can live, and all because of the lack of sensitivity on the part of a hospital staff. Miguel Ruiz, who is a Facebook user, shared in said social network the unfortunate situation that a few days ago he lived next to her partner, who had to give birth to her twins in a hospital bathroom after doctors denied her care. The woman, named Carolina, supported by Miguel, had her twins, Mateo and Santino, in that place, after the doctors who were on duty at the Las Heras district hospital did not receive her. “My wife was suffering many contractions since...
    A London mother is sharing the details of her terrifying experience with postpartum psychosis in a new memoir, revealing how her husband had her admitted to a hospital's psych ward after she hallucinated her son's eyes turn into the eyes of the devil. Catherine Cho, 31, and her husband James Choi, 37, welcomed their first son, Cato, in November 2017 — but it wasn't long before Catherine began experiencing scary symptoms like paranoia and hallucinations. In her new memoir, Inferno: A Memoir of Motherhood and Madness, she details the quick downward spiral that landed in her the hospital three months after giving birth, unable to remember how she got there.  Scary: Catherine Cho, 31, has shared candid details about her...
    Mother Jones illustration; Courtesy of The Bipartisan Commission on Biodefense For indispensable reporting on the coronavirus crisis and more, subscribe to Mother Jones' newsletters.As the world grapples with the devastation of the coronavirus, one thing is clear: The United States simply wasn’t prepared. Despite repeated warnings from infectious disease experts over the years, we lacked essential beds, equipment, and medication; public health advice was confusing, and our leadership offered no clear direction while sidelining credible health professionals and institutions. Infectious disease experts agree that it’s only a matter of time before the next pandemic hits, and that could be even more deadly. So how do we fix what COVID has shown was broken? In this Mother Jones series, we’re asking experts from a wide...
    By Diego Oré MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - When the coronavirus epidemic began to intensify in Mexico at the end of March, Doctor Jose Garcia said his bosses at a public trauma hospital in Mexico City denied his request for masks, gloves and disinfectant. They argued such protective equipment was only necessary for those working directly with coronavirus patients, Garcia said. Unconvinced, he bought it himself. The hospital's director disputes this, saying all staff received protective equipment. Either way, Garcia had already contracted the virus and infected his wife and one-year-old daughter. Garcia is one of over 70,000 medical workers to catch the coronavirus in Mexico, where the pandemic death toll is now the third-highest worldwide, behind the United States and...
    MEGHAN Markle broke royal tradition when having Archie by choosing somewhere more 'discreet' to give birth. The royal mums - including Kate Middleton - had been giving birth in the Lindo Wing at St Mary's Hospital London before stepping out for a photo on the hospital steps. 3Meghan broke royal tradition and gave birth to Archie somewhere elseCredit: AP:Associated Press According to the new royal biography Finding Freedom, "Meghan never considered giving birth at St. Mary's Hospital in London, where Kate delivered all three of her children." And instead, authors of the book, Omid Scobie and Carolyn Durrand, revealed the Duchess of Sussex wanted to deliver somewhere "more discreet," and choose London's Portland Hospital. The late Princess Diana started...
    An American man is being slammed on social media after admitting he stormed out on his wife immediately after hearing her cancer diagnosis — because he was angry at her for not having kids sooner, like he wanted. The 33-year-old man shared his story on Reddit, explaining that a doctor recently told his 32-year-old wife that she has ovarian cancer and will need a hysterectomy. But rather than comfort his wife, the man said he was so 'disappointed' that they won't have biological children — something he wanted to do years earlier, but they'd postponed because of his wife's career — that he left her and checked into a hotel. Rude: An American man is being slammed on social media...
    Raiders head coach Jon Gruden apparently took a unique approach to demonstrating the seriousness of COVID-19 to his players. Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports NFL teams are reporting for training camp as teams prepare for the 2020 season. According to Mike Garafolo at NFL Network, Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden went to extreme measures to demonstrate to his players the seriousness of COVID-19. During a Zoom call with players, the Raiders coaching staff reportedly briefly pretended Gruden had COVID and was being treated in the hospital. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Las Vegas Raiders head coach Jon Gruden took an odd approach in order to convey to his players the seriousness of COVID-19. According to...
    NEW YORK -- After battling COVID-19 for 132 days, Chris Rogan is a miracle patient. He was released from Bellevue Hospital on Tuesday morning."It's definitely shocking. Because when I went down there, it was only 150,000 cases. When I woke up it was 2.5 million. I was like what, are you serious?" Rogan said.What was serious, is what Rogan went through. Among other complications, the 29-year-old patient had to be intubated twice for a total of 71 days, coded once, had a tracheotomy and suffered blood clots that resulted in a bedside leg amputation.RELATED | 'Miracle Larry' heads home after fighting COVID since March"Actually, when I first woke up, I had no clue about it. And the surgical team was...
    US daily case count shoots back up over 50,000 Fast Food Breakfast Has ‘Dried Up’ As Many People Arent Commuting To Work Leafs Muzzin out of the hospital, will not return in series TORONTO (AP) Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin has been discharged from the hospital and is back at the team's hotel, and will not return to the lineup during Toronto's playoff qualification series with the Columbus Blue Jackets. © APARC Toronto Maple Leafs' Jake Muzzin skates during the second period of the team's NHL hockey game against the Pittsburgh Penguins in Pittsburgh, Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2020. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar) The Maple Leafs said in a statement that Muzzin will remain in quarantine within the hotel...
    (CNN)If you ask Michelle Gutierrez, there's nothing more powerful than love and prayer -- that's why when her husband, David, who's battling coronavirus, was put on a ventilator, she knew exactly what to do. Every day for the past two weeks, Michelle has been visiting her husband at St. Luke's hospital in Houston, Texas. Even though he's in a coma and can't hear or see her, she told CNN, she stands in the parking lot underneath his hospital room window and prays for him an hour every day."I can see him in my mind," Michelle said. "I can put it all together when I'm praying, I can see him in that bed, and it puts a smile on my face...
    TORONTO (AP) — Toronto Maple Leafs defenseman Jake Muzzin has been discharged from the hospital and is back at the team’s hotel, and will not return to the lineup during Toronto’s playoff qualification series with the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Maple Leafs said in a statement that Muzzin will remain in quarantine within the hotel and “look to rejoin his teammates upon recovery.” Muzzin was injured late in the third period of Toronto’s 3-0 win over Columbus on Tuesday. With the Leafs killing a penalty, Muzzin took a crosscheck from Columbus center Pierre-Luc Dubois before stumbling and jamming his head/neck into the leg of Blue Jackets winger Oliver Bjorkstrand. Muzzin couldn’t get up after the collision and had to be...
    Beirut, Lebanon (CNN)Photojournalist Bilal Jawich was at home on the outskirts of Beirut when an explosion, which has left at least 100 dead and thousands injured, rocked the Lebanese capital."I followed the smoke until I reached the port of Beirut," he told CNN Arabic, explaining that "professional intuition" took him to Al Roum hospital, in the Ashrafieh district. The area has been left devastated by the blast. What he saw there was remarkable. "I was amazed when I saw the nurse holding three newborns," Jawich said. "I noticed the nurse's calm, which contrasted the surrounding atmosphere just one meter away." Several dead and injured people lay nearby, he said. Read more on this story Live updates: Beirut explosion rocks...
    The Bold and the Beautiful recap for Tuesday, August 4 features Wyatt Spencer (Darin Brooks) and Florence Fulton (Katrina Bowden) enjoying some intimate time after being apart for weeks. They talked about Sally Spectra (Courtney Hope) but Wyatt wanted to return to the bedroom. As they shared a kiss, Katie Logan (Heather Tom) knocked and entered the house, per Soaps. Katie told them that she had received a strange message from Sally. They updated her that the redhead had lied about dying. Katie was flabbergasted as they told her how the redhead had manipulated them. She was also shocked that Sally and Dr. Penny Escobar (Monica Ruiz) had kidnapped Flo in an attempt to get Wyatt back. Katie had nothing...
    Estelia Pérez was only 16 years old when after weeks of fighting with the coronavirus she lost her life last week. Today a Guatemalan family asks for help after the fatal outcome. “I wanted to wake her up. I wanted to raise it, “said Juana Domingo, the mother of Estelia Pérez, a disabled teenager with pre-existing medical conditions, who succumbed in the” Nicklaus Children’s “hospital to Covid-19 this afternoon. Domingo, of Guatemalan origin and whose mother tongue is Mayan, is devastated. He says he never thought that the nightmare of the disease would touch him so closely. Estelia started with a fever the first days of July. After being taken to the hospital, she was intubated until last...
    (CNN)Sharon Tapp, a nurse of 40 years, remembers going to the hospital in Bethesda, Maryland, with shortness of breath, and being taken care of right away, even from the parking lot."And then they were on the phone," talking to the intensive care unit to get her transferred there. "After that, I don't remember anything," she told CNN's Brooke Baldwin. What followed were 117 days in the hospital for Tapp, who had Covid-19, including almost two months in a coma, induced when her heart, lungs and kidneys started failing, Tapp said."I did not know I was on a machine. I did not know I was in a coma for almost two months," Tapp said, speaking in a raspy voice and with...
    DOG the Bounty Hunter’s daughter Bonnie Chapman was hospitalized due to "excruciating back pain." Bonnie shut down rumors on her Instagram that her hospital visit was in relation to her mother’s death. 10Bonnie Chapman was hospitalized due to sciatica nerve pain in her backCredit: Instagram Here is more on her hospitalization. Who is Bonnie Chapman? Bonnie Chapman, 21, is the daughter of Duane “Dog” the Bounty Hunter and the late Beth Chapman.  She frequently appeared on Dog and Beth: On the Hunt and Dog the Bounty Hunter. 10Bonnie and Dog the Bounty Hunter Why was she hospitalized? Bonnie shared on Instagram that she was hospitalized in October due to "excruciating back pain" relating to her sciatic nerve.  Fans had speculated...
    A woman who had two have all ten toes amputated after developed sepsis from a strep throat infection is now defying the odds by preparing to run a marathon.   Maria Papalia-Meier, 46, from Plainville, Massachusetts, fell ill in 2014, fell seriously ill in 2014, when she developed a variety of terrifying symptoms, including body rashes, aches, fever, hallucinations and shortness of breath. Maria thought she had the flu but rushed herself to the hospital to get medical attention as her condition worsened. Overcoming the odds: Maria Papalia-Meier, 46, from Massachusetts, had to have all ten of her toes amputated in 2014 - but she hasn't let that stop her from taking up running  Sickness: In 2014, Maria fell seriously...
    Ashlie D. Stevens August 4, 2020 5:36PM (UTC) "You deserve someone to show you mercy. How different I would be if someone had."  This line, spoken by Sarah Paulson in the role of Mildred Ratched in the new trailer for "Ratched," gets to the heart of what the upcoming Netflix series promises: an origin story for one of literature and film's most memorable villians  : Produced by Ryan Murphy and Ian Brennan, "Ratched" follows Mildred as she arrives in Northern California after serving as a military nurse, seeking employment at a well-reputed psychiatric hospital. But there's something sinister beneath Mildred's stylish, put-together surface.  While she presents herself as an ideal nurse, her capacity for manipulation and revenge soon becomes...
    For years, Americans have been prescribed vitamin D, with doctors claiming the nutrient will protect against depression. But a new study of more than 18,000 adults shows that the supplement does not reduce the risk of developing mood disorders.  Researchers found men and women taking vitamin D3 tablets did not have fewer depressive symptoms than those given a placebo.  The team, from Massachusetts General Hospital, says the findings suggest that it may be time to cast doubt on other presumed benefits of the vitamin. A new study from Massachusetts General Hospital has found that adults taking vitamin D3 supplements did not have fewer depressive symptoms than those taking a placebo (file image) Vitamin D is sometimes called the 'sunshine vitamin'...
    Doctors have discovered a bullet lodged in the brain of a nine-year-old Palestinian boy, as police investigate the possibility he was hit by gunfire during Eid al-Adha celebrations. The child, from East Jerusalem, was rushed to hospital by his parents who were concerned over how sleepy he had become.  The unnamed boy was conscious when he arrived at Hadassah Medical Centre, but doctors discovered he had a small wound on his head with blood on his scalp.  Medics who performed a CT scan were left stunned at the discovery of a bullet lodged in the child's brain.   Neurosurgeon Guy Elor, the doctor who removed the bullet, told the Times of Israel that the boy's parents, from Ras al-Amud, were...
    A woman has gone viral with a heart-warming post revealing how the same doctor who helped deliver her as a baby also delivered her son 25 years later. Lauren Cortez, 25, from San Antonio, Texas, and her partner Peter Cortez, 25, who is a San Antonio Firefighter and in the TX Army National Guard, welcomed their son Logan James Cortez in July this year. The speech-language pathologist said she decided to have the same man, Dr. Bryan Cox, who delivered her on March 23, 1995, to also help deliver her son over two decades later. He's part of the family! New mother Lauren Cortez (right) has revealed that her baby boy was delivered by the same doctor who...
    A MUM who thought her son would “grow out of his asthma” has told of her heartbreak after her little boy died from the lung condition. Jaydan Wileman would often suffer life threatening asthma attacks that would lead him to ventilator treatment and countless trips to the hospital. 4Jaydan was diagnosed with a rare form of asthma which is hard to control Credit: BPM Media His mother Maddie said he was first admitted to hospital when he was just four-months-old. In 2013, when he was just three, he was diagnosed with atopic asthma. This is a condition which means that asthma flares ups and is triggered by allergies. From 2013 to 2016 Jaydan visited hospital a handful of times and...
    (CNN)Mayra Ramirez says she was careful about following every health precaution she could before the day she was admitted to a Chicago hospital with coronavirus symptoms.The 28-year-old arrived at the Northwestern Memorial Hospital's emergency room on April 26 and within minutes -- giving her barely enough time to call her family -- her harrowing experience began."All I remember was being put to sleep as I was being intubated and then six weeks of complete nightmares," she told CNN. "Some of the nightmares consisted a lot of drowning and I attribute that to not being able to breathe." No one is immune to coronavirus, expert says, with infections rising in both rural and urban communitiesCoronavirus had taken a deadly toll on...
    (CNN)Mario De Alba Montes fought through multiple surgeries and endured feeding tubes for months after shielding his family in the Walmart store massacre in El Paso, Texas. His slow recovery was marked by frustration and dreams of returning to his home in Chihuahua City, Mexico ever since being struck by a bullet from an assault rifle, damaging his stomach, intestines and a renal artery. By late February, doctors gave the laundry appliances repairman the go ahead to make the four hour return trip he and his family prayed for during those long months in a Texas hospital. But within days of his return, he relapsed and has been confined to a hospital room ever since as the coronavirus pandemic threatens...
    A pair of sisters from Nebraska who became separated shortly after one of them was born have been brought back together again, all because of the coronavirus. Doris Crippen, 73, and her sister who is 20 years her junior, Bev Boro, lost contact with each other when Bev was just a baby. The pair came across one another after Crippen suddenly fell ill with the virus. Two siblings, Doris Crippen, 73, left and her half-sister, Bev Boro, 53, have reunited after 53 years apart at a rehabilitation center in Nebraska after Crippen caught coronavirus  While one long-lost sister, Crippen, left,  was undergoing treated for coronavirus and a broken arm, the other, Boro, right, worked as a medical aide at a...
    While Home Minister Amit Shah recently tested positive for COVID-19 and was admitted to a hospital, veteran Bollywood superstar, Amitabh Bachchan got discharged after testing negative. The Baghban actor was earlier admitted to Nanavati hospital in Mumbai after he and son, Abhishek Bachchan had developed symptoms of coronavirus. Following their positive results, they were taken to the hospital and it’s been two weeks since then. While fans continued with their prayers for this superstar icon, Amitabh too acknowledged them in his every tweet, the recent post is no different. Amitabh Bachchan Tests Negative For COVID-19, Abhishek Bachchan Remains Hospitalised Due To Comorbidities. Amitabh Bachchan took to his Instagram account to share his gratitude with all his well-wishers. “This morning I...
    (CNN)Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was discharged from a New York City hospital on Friday after her latest medical procedure, the court said."She is home and doing well," a statement from the court's public information office read.Ginsburg had been hospitalized earlier this week for a procedure to replace a bile duct stent that was originally placed last year, the court said. It was her second trip to the hospital in July.This story is breaking and will be updated.
    Jennifer Jara lost her own daughter through a stillbirth and knows well the pain of infant loss. Jennifer Jara of Indiana lost her daughter Jessica who was stillborn on July 1, 2014. She knows well the pain of infant loss as well as the financial burdens that come after which cause further challenges. Thus, she started a non-profit organization to honor her late daughter and also offer financial assistance to other grieving families, according to Today. Jara was induced and went through 24 hours of labor before finally meeting her stillborn infant. Not only did she leave the hospital without a child, but she would then have the heartbreaking task of burying her daughter Jessica. She was understandably heartbroken and...
    Coronavirus pandemic has been a difficult time for many. The virus hasn’t spared everyone from its threat and has also been contracted by famous celebrities. Among Bollywood personalities who are suffering from COVID-19, big namesh such as Amitabh Bachchan, Abhishek Bachchan, SS Rajamouli among others are included. While fortunately, Aishwarya Rai Bachchan and her daughter Aaradhya Bachchan got better, AB Jr and Sr are still at the hospital, recuperating from the virus.While Amitabh Bachchan makes sure to keep his fans updated with his posts, Abhishek Bachchan too recently shared a picture from the isolation ward. Abhishek Bachchan Shutting Down A Troll Who Asked ‘Ab Kiske Bharose Baith Ke Khaoge?’ Is The Best Thing We Saw On The Internet. Abhishek shared...
    Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital in Chicago. Google Maps Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago released a statement denouncing cosmetic genital surgery on intersex infants earlier this week. It's unclear how many cosmetic genital surgeries were carried out on infants at the hospital. The hospital said that moving forward, it would only conduct such surgeries on people who are old enough to make decisions on their own. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. A Chicago hospital has become the first in the nation to apologize for performing cosmetic genital surgeries on infants with intersex anatomy. Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago said in a statement on its blog Tuesday...
    Sporting At Cabuees Hospital Juanele, in a BRAND stock image Juan Castao Quirs, better known by ‘Juanele’, has been admitted to the Cabuees Hospital in Gijn since Wednesday night. The former international soccer player is being treated in the Intensive Care Unit after having suffered an intoxication crisis. Juanele, 49 years old and have bipolar disorder, became known as footballer at Sporting de Gijn. Also militant in Zaragoza, Tenerife and Terrasa. In addition, he was an absolute international with the Spanish team and came to be called up for the United States World Cup in 1994. The day that Juanele ‘burked’ Real Madrid until Hierro decided to stop him
    A BRIT is in hospital after he jumped into the sea from cliffs near an Ibizan party resort and smashed onto rocks. The tourist, who is in his 30s, reportedly suffered a serious spinal cord injury after trying to leap into the water from a height of nearly 70 feet. 1The tourist reportedly suffered a serious spinal cord injury after jumping into the sea from cliffs just north of San AntonioCredit: Bav Media A horrified crowd watched the drama unfold at Cap Negret, which is just north of San Antonio. The hotspot is reportedly one of the best places to watch the sunset on the island. Other tourists reportedly pulled him from the water before the emergency services...
    Despite the slight decline in the positive case rate in Miami Dade and Broward, health experts are not letting down their guard and are continuing to battle hard against COVID-19. Juan Fernández, dir. Coral Gables Hospital doctor says that “Nurses are treating patients more than ever, emergency doctors are treating patients more than ever, the hospital is running out of rooms, we have a crisis, not only in this hospital, but in the nation and locally ” For this reason, 10 hospitals in South Florida joined forces and designed a campaign to raise awareness and help stop the spread of the coronavirus in our community. The campaign includes television commercials, radio advertisements, and publications on social networks … That...
    ABCALICANTE Updated: 07/29/2020 18: 00h Save Related news An Alicante judge has ratified the hospital isolation of 17 of the 79 irregular immigrants who reached the coast of the province last Saturday, suspicious that they might have the Covid-19. According to the Valencian Superior Court of Justice (TSJCV), the head of the contentious-administrative court number 3 of the city has confirmed the isolation agreed by the Ministry of Health. The Health Administration made this decision last Sunday, July 26, before the close contact maintained by those affected with other immigrants who have tested positive for coronavirus and the fact that all the intercepted boats came from the same mother ship, so their free movement could pose a risk to...
    ABCTOLEDO Updated: 07/29/2020 18: 00h Save Another day without deaths in Castilla-La Mancha, although the Government of Castilla-La Mancha, through the General Directorate of Public Health, has confirmed 32 new cases of coronavirus infection in the last 24 hours detected through PCR in the Autonomous Community. Of the 32 new cases, 16 are in the province of Toledo, 12 in Guadalajara and 4 in Ciudad Real. The cumulative number of cases since the start of the pandemic is 18,745. By provinces, Ciudad Real accumulates 7,350 cases, Toledo 4,319, Albacete 4,074, Guadalajara 1,544 and Cuenca 1,458. The number of hospitalized for COVID-19 in conventional bed is 34. By province, Ciudad Real has 10 of these patients (1 at the Ciudad...
    The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers for Thursday, July 30 hint that Ridge Forrester (Thorsten Kaye) will throw his weight around. The protective father will furiously demand that Bill Spencer (Don Diamont) leaves the hospital and his daughter alone, per TV Guide. Guilt & Remorse Bill feels guilty about the accident. He and Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) crashed into each other at an intersection. Steffy had been riding on her motorcycle and was injured in the collision. He immediately called 9-1-1 who rushed her to the hospital. The media mogul also let Ridge know that his daughter had been hurt. However, after arriving at the hospital, Ridge had wanted some answers. He wanted to know what Bill had been...
    Dear Moneyist, My dad recently died due to coronavirus. He was also an employee of the hospital where he died. Can we file for any death benefits or claim funeral expenses from the hospital where he worked? We cannot cover the funeral costs for him. My dad was a low-income employee. Please help me. I need advice on what we could do to get any financial assistance from his company, and if the state provides any funeral assistance. We do not know where to go or what to do. M. in Tampa, Fla. Dear M., Thank you so much for sharing your story. I’m very sorry for your loss. There may be quite a lot of things you...
    (CNN)During a hospital shift, Hilal Ibrahim noticed that a patient's blood got on her uniform. The hospital stocked extra scrubs for her to change into, but because her hijab was also soiled, she had no choice but to go home.This is just one incident in Ibrahim's more than 10 years of volunteering and working at Park Nicollet Health Services, in her hometown of Minneapolis, that inspired her to design headscarves that meet the unique needs of the healthcare industry."I couldn't find an appropriate headscarf that was affordable, that was sustainable, that was beautiful," she told CNN. "No one was making it, so I had to make something."Ibrahim, 25, is also the founder and CEO of Henna and Hijabs. She started...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s birth place for tens of thousands of Chicagoans. A building so famous, it was even home to a hit TV show. But now, the old Cook County Hospital has been repurposed as a hotel. CBS 2’s Vince Gerasole got a first look inside. How many people can proudly say they were born at Cook County Hospital?  Thousands. The building was falling apart. Its roof famously leaking, squatters broke in. Today,  it’s impressive on the inside, but it’s on the outside where it really shines. Its nickname was Chicago’s Ellis Island, providing medical care often to citizens without means, but by the early 2000’s Cook County Hospital was a historic but empty aging structure From the street it’s...
    Dr. Joseph J. Costa, the ICU Chief of a Baltimore hospital, died Saturday due to the coronavirus after "selflessly" treating patients during the pandemic on the frontlines, the hospital announced. He was 56 years old. Costa worked as the Chief of the Division of Critical Care at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore for the past 15 years and had worked at the hospital since 1997, the hospital's Executive Chair of the Board of Trustees, Sister Helen Amos, and the President and CEO of the hospital, David N. Maine, said in a joint statement sent to CBS News via email and in a post on the hospital's Facebook page Saturday announcing his death.  The hospital said in the statement that Costa...
    The chief doctor of a Baltimore hospital's critical care unit has died after contracting the coronavirus. Joseph Costa, who headed the intensive care unit at Mercy Medical Center, died Saturday in the arms of his husband who 'begged him not to go to work' before he fell ill in late June. He was 56. Costa's husband of 28 years, David R. Hart, told The Washington Post: 'I begged him not to go to work. When you see people without masks, you think, 'Are you out of your mind?'. This disease will take you out in a heartbeat.' Hart said he met his husband, who had a rare underlying autoimmune disorder, three decades ago, adding: 'That was it. We were never apart after...
    The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers for Wednesday, July 29 dishes that Liam Spencer (Scott Clifton) learns that Steffy Forrester (Jacqueline MacInnes Wood) was involved in a serious accident and rushes to the hospital. He finds himself wearing different hats as he arrives at the hospital, per TV Guide. Steffy’s Ex Liam is now married to Hope Logan (Annika Noelle) but that doesn’t mean he’s out of Steffy’s life. He still has an obligation toward Kelly Spencer (Colette and Avalon Gray). On the day of Steffy’s accident, he encouraged her to take some time out for herself. She then went for a joyride on her motorcycle. The Bold and the Beautiful spoilers tease that Liam will arrive at the hospital...
    SAN ANTONIO – Pickleball is a fast-growing sport around the country. There’s even a new location to play here in San Antonio called Chicken N Pickle. The business that started just as the pandemic hit is now working to help the medical professionals on the frontlines. “It’s a mixture between volleyball and tennis rules on a tennis court like life-sized ping pong,” Michael Brian, Chicken N Pickle community engagement leader, said. Pickleball isn’t new, but it is becoming more and more popular especially during this pandemic. “You’re more than 12 feet away from your opponent so it’s perfect for the COVID times,” Brian said. Chicken N Pickle-San Antonio demonstrates pickleball for Instant Replay Team And it’s a sport anyone can...
    Gijs Leemreize being assisted after his every TVE The first stage of Back to Burgos has left a sad news since the cyclist Gijs Leemreize would have lost a finger, he reports Spanish Television, after having suffered a dreadful time when the peloton circulated at high speed with 54 kilometers to go, where Felix Groschartner surprised everyone and took the first stage on the ascent of the Castle. The Dutch have had to abandon the race in this first stage together with the Colombian from Ineos Sebastin Henao, who has also remained lying in the gutter while medical assistance helped both runners. His team, the Jumbo-Visma just reported that the corridor is already in the hospital where a plastic...
    BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Johns Hopkins Hospital ranked no. 3 among the nation’s best hospitals, according to U.S. News & World Report. The Best Hospitals List was released Tuesday with The Mayo Clinic earning the no. 1 overall ranking this year, followed by Cleveland Clinic at no. 2 out of 4,500 hospitals. U.S. News & World Report also ranked 12 specialties at Hopkins among the top 10 in the country. Ear, Nose, and Throat, Neurology and Neurosurgery, Psychiatry, and Rheumatology ranked no. 1. Redonda G. Miller, M.D., M.B.A., president of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, likened the interconnecting care of the hospital staff to a completed jigsaw puzzle — composed of individuals with talents and expertise who come together as a team...
    For Johns Hopkins Hospital in Maryland, U.S. News & World Report’s 2020-2021 Best Hospitals rankings are more of the same: holding steady on the prestigious “Honor Roll” and drawing more acclaim in several specialties. Hopkins kept its No. 3 spot on the “Honor Roll,” behind Mayo Clinic (No. 1) and Cleveland Clinic (No. 2) — similar to last year’s, except it was Massachusetts General instead of Cleveland Clinic in the No. 2 spot (Mass Gen drops to No. 6 this year on the honor roll). The “Honor Roll” spotlights the 20 U.S. hospitals that offer “exceptional treatment across multiple areas of care.” Hopkins’ performance befitted its nationwide reputation, ranking in the top 50 nationwide for nearly all of the 16...
    US coronavirus: Dr. Anthony Fauci says we can put an end to the pandemic if vaccine widely accepted How the Hamptons got even bougier in summer 2020 Anthony Rocco Martin hospitalized with knee infection: The worst pain Ive ever felt in my life Anthony Rocco Martin is currently in hospital due to a fairly dire health situation stemming from an early July knee surgery. © Provided by MMAJunkie Martin (17-6 MMA, 9-6 UFC) suffered a torn meniscus in his unanimous decision loss to Neil Magny at UFC 250 in June. On July 6, he underwent a fairly routine knee scope procedure to help clean up the issue, but the results were anything but routine. “Usually you’re allowed to start...
    Sandra Brand in the hospital being treated for COVID-19 While some individuals are still dismissing expert recommendations to wear face coverings or masks in public, others are sharing stories of regret. As cases of the novel coronavirus increase in the U.S., anti-maskers nationwide are changing their stances as they experience symptoms of the pandemic. By sharing their stories, individuals who once denied the severity of the virus hope they can emphasize the importance of following safety guidelines to stop the spread of COVID-19. After vocalizing her views against masks, a city official in Arkansas called herself “selfish” and shared that she no longer doubts the use of masks after being diagnosed with COVID-19. "I knew I was going to die,...
    HERMAN Cain is at an Atlanta hospital receiving coronavirus treatment, according to a statement posted to his Twitter account. The former 2012 Republican presidential candidate developed symptoms "serious enough that he required hospitalization." 10Herman Cain is battling coronavirus at an Atlanta hospitalCredit: AP:Associated Press Here is more about his condition. Who is Herman Cain? Herman Cain, 74, is a Tea Party activist and former chairman of the Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City Omaha Branch from 1989 to 1991. In May 2011, Cain announced his candidacy for the Republican nomination. In November, however, his campaign faced allegations of sexual misconduct - all denied by Cain - and he announced its suspension on December 3. 10Cain did not need a respirator...
    Four members of the Bachchan family  – Amitabh, Abhishek, Aishwarya and Aaradhya – were tested positive for COVID-19. Amitabh and his son were admitted to Nanavati Hospital on July 12. Aishwarya and Aaradhya were admitted to the same hospital following a home quarantine for a few days. Today, Aishwarya and Aaradhya were tested negative for the novel coronavirus and were discharged from the hospital, much to their millions of fans and well-wishers’ joy. Of course, Big B will tweet about this special moment. He thanked God for the blessings and said that he’s teary-eyed. “अपनी छोटी बिटिया , और बहुरानी को ,अस्पताल से मुक्ति मिलने पर ; मैं रोक ना पाया अपने आंसू , प्रभु तेरी कृपा अपार ,...
    Wilbur Ross, U.S. commerce secretary, wears a protective mask while arriving to a signing ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C., U.S., on Wednesday, July 8, 2020.Al Drago | Bloomberg | Getty Images Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has left the hospital where he had been admitted for health reasons unrelated to the coronavirus pandemic, the Commerce Department said Monday. Ross "is doing well and resting at home," the department said in a statement. "We continue to anticipate a quick recovery. He is engaged and involved, business as usual at the Department of Commerce." A spokesperson for the department had revealed on July 18 that Ross had checked in for "minor, non-coronavirus related issues." The 82-year-old...