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Sexist PSAs From The '40s and '50s Show How Far Women Have Come NowThis

Nassau woman who coughed in face of cancer patient gets 30 days in jail

Trump Going Down? NY DA's Key Witness Cohen Says Trump's In Big Trouble


Donald Trump’s former lawyer Michael Cohen is cooperating in the New York investigation into Trump’s finances. Cohen tells MSNBC’s Ari Melber that his 'cooperation is not over' and adds, 'the district attorney's office has millions of pages of documents…on Trump, The Trump Organization and other people.' Cohen says the key problem for Trump is 'that the truth will always come out.'

Video at link: https://www.msnbc.com/the-beat-with-ari/watch/trump-going-down-ny-da-s-key-witness-cohen-says-trump-s-in-big-trouble-109952581769?cid=sm_npd_ms_fb_ma&fbclid=IwAR1s4X4lxWWQNX9tlQG5QwtcSD2qzcgBmP37HZCqm6Sk47eWRr_U2escV0I

6 Months After Surviving COVID, 1 in 3 Have Neurological or Psychiatric Problems

PATRICK GALEY, AFP7 APRIL 2021
One in three people who overcome COVID-19 suffer from a neurological or psychiatric diagnosis six months on, according to the largest study so far published on the mental toll that long-COVID takes on survivors.

Authors said the research, printed Wednesday in The Lancet Psychiatry journal, proved that COVID-19 patients were significantly more likely to develop brain conditions than those suffering from other respiratory tract infections.

Studying the health records of more than 230,000 patients who had recovered from COVID-19, they found that 34 percent were diagnosed with a neurological or psychiatric condition within six months.

The most common conditions were anxiety (17 percent of patients) and mood disorders (14 percent).

For 13 percent of patients the disorders were their first diagnosis of a mental health issue.

Incidence of neurological disorders such as brain hemorrhage (0.6 percent), stroke (2.1 percent) and dementia (0.7 percent) was lower overall than for psychiatric disorders but the risk for brain disorders was generally higher in patients who had severe COVID-19.

The authors also examined data from more than 100,000 patients diagnosed with influenza and more than 236,000 diagnosed with any respiratory tract infection.

They found there was overall a 44 percent greater risk of neurological and mental health diagnoses after COVID-19 than after flu, and a 16 percent higher risk than with respiratory tract infections.

More: https://www.sciencealert.com/study-suggests-1-in-3-covid-19-survivors-suffer-mental-or-neurological-problems?fbclid=IwAR14C2tKNbNlm7kzmrXo-nC7BCTWQXA8EoQ63Yk_mrSgsyO7KLrL_OT7FOE

Navajo woman becomes viral sensation with skateboarding videos

Who Is Marjorie Taylor Greene? Narrated by Van Lathan Who Is?

City mayor pretends to be HOMELESS to check how OFFICIALS work! They told him everything was GOOD

Looks like he is a Blue Dog Democrat: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ben_McAdams

More info on this: https://www.sltrib.com/news/politics/2017/08/06/sl-co-mayor-ben-mcadams-posed-as-a-homeless-person-for-3-days-and-2-nights-heres-what-he-saw/#:~:text=Mayor%20Ben%20McAdams%20posed%20as,3%20days%20and%202%20nights.

I think Facebook should allow the poster of a thread to pick which emoji's can react


For example the number of George Floyd news posts on Facebook don't need the fucking laughing emojis. While they clearly out the white supremacist's cockroaches, they just create division on a news thread.

Guys like Matt Gaetz, Trump, Jordan, Cruz etc. keep reminding me of this AOC video

The GOP is ATTRACTING CROOKS!!!! It's attracting them because they KNOW the base is NUTS and they can con the fuck out of them. The GOP has become nothing but a cesspool for crooks to enrich themselves.

U.S. economy added 916,000 jobs in March, crushing expectations

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President Biden at his first Cabinet meeting yesterday. Photo: Drew Angerer/Getty Images

The U.S. economy added a whopping 916,000 jobs last month, while the unemployment rate fell to 6% from 6.2%, the government said on Friday.

Why it matters: The blowout job gains show how vaccines and the economic reopening are juicing the battered labor market. Economists had been expecting an increase of 675,000.

It comes after the economy added 379,000 jobs in February, far outpacing expectations.
President Biden signed a $1.9 trillion COVID relief package on March 11, which is expected to add another boost to the recovery.

More: https://www.axios.com/march-jobs-report-172d4ab7-65b6-4ceb-aa26-9ebc02477006.html?fbclid=IwAR0l3osaiV_JsmCldQmYkFMPQWgx57pDGuqvfsTgOl2QKBUvKbTGTgaAAMc
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