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SNL's Michael Che Loses Grandmother to Coronavirus Pandemic 

 

Saturday Night Live mainstay Michael Che has lost his grandmother to the coronavirus pandemic, the comedian revealed Monday afternoon. In a sizable post on Instagram, Che revealed the news while warning others to begin taking the pandemic seriously, telling his hundreds of thousands of followers to adhere by any rules and regulations local governments may have in place at this time.

"Hi, I'm Michael Che, from TV. Last night my grandmother passed away from the coronavirus," Che writes in the post. "I'm doing ok, considering. I'm obviously very hurt and angry that she had to go through all that pain alone. But I'm also happy that she's not in pain anymore. And I also feel guilty for feeling happy. Basically the whole gamut of complex feelings everybody else has losing someone very close and special. I'm not unique. But its still scary."

Comicbook

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Tyson, JBS Closures Show Virus Hitting American Meat Production

Boy, one, is rushed to hospital after catching coronavirus from father when he brought it home from 'single short visit to Tesco'

Gay San Francisco Nurse Hospitalized With COVID-19

Tags: Business, Celebrity, Children, Contagion, Contamination, Coronavirus, Death, Employment, Family, Food, Gay, Grandparent, Illness, LGBTQ, Parental Burden, Police, Sad, Shopping, Travel, TV Swatch

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06-Apr-2020


9 Reasons Why Anxiety Disorders In Teens Is On The Rise 

 

Anxiety has become the most common mental-health disorder in the country. Unfortunately, it does not only affect adults.

According to the National Institute Of Mental Health, almost 32 percent of adolescents have an anxiety disorder.

However, the troubling part of this statistic is that anxiety is only becoming more prevalent as the years go on, increasing 20 percent since 2007.

So, why is anxiety in teens on the rise?

Your Tango

Tags: Anxiety, Breeding, Confusion, Environment, Family, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Neglect, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Priorities, Sad, Social Media, Struggling, Support, Treatment, Vulnerable, Youth

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05-Apr-2020


Chicago Man Killed Himself and a Woman After Fearing They Had Coronavirus, Police Say 

 

Police say a man in the Chicago area shot himself and a woman in his apartment after fearing both had the new coronavirus, The Chicago Tribune reports. Will County Sheriff’s deputies found the bodies of Patrick Jesernik, 54, and Cheryl Schriefer, 59, during a welfare check Saturday that had been requested by Jesernik’s family, who had not heard from him. Family members said Jesernik had been afraid that he was suffering from COVID-19 and that Schriefer had been having trouble breathing. Tests for COVID-19 came back negative for both after the apparent murder-suicide. The prohibition of any group larger than 10 people to slow the spread of the coronavirus has stymied recovery and domestic violence prevention efforts across the world.

The Daily Beast

Maryland Man Killed Estranged Wife, Her Teen Neighbor Then Self: Police

Teenager arrested in deaths of University of Wisconsin doctor and her husband

Women are using code words at pharmacies to escape domestic violence during lockdown

Multiple San Francisco restaurants vandalized during stay-at-home order

Tags: Arrest, Business, Coronavirus, Crime, Death, Domestic Violence, Environment, Family, Guns, Health, Murder, Relationships, Restaurant, Sad, Struggling, Suicide, Surge, Theft, Video, Youth

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04-Apr-2020


Matthew Broderick's sister said she received preferential treatment while battling coronavirus 

 

The sister of actor Matthew Broderick said she received preferential treatment at a California hospital while battling the coronavirus.

Janet Broderick, a pastor at All Saints Episcopal Church in Beverly Hills, was hospitalized last month after falling ill upon returning from a conference in Kentucky. She has since recovered and is back home.

Broderick told New York Magazine that her general practitioner didn't know about her famous familial connection and "didn't care very much." But that changed when the pastor went to an emergency room at a Beverly Hills hospital.

"As soon as I got ahold of the guy at the hospital who knew who Matthew was, I was given the name of the head of the emergency room," she said. "Well, trust me, the folks I've spent my lifetime working with in Jersey City would never have been given the name of the head of the emergency room. If they were, it would have been disregarded."

"I think I'm absolute living proof that this system is completely corrupt," she told the outlet.

NBC News

A healthy 39-year-old DJ died of coronavirus. What his young widow and daughter want you to know

6-Week-Old Baby from Connecticut Dies, Believed to Be World's Youngest Coronavirus Victim: Governor

Chris Cuomo shares covid-19 experience: 'The beast comes at night'

Why the peak is coming after weeks of social distancing

Tags: Celebrity, Children, Coronavirus, Death, Effect, Environment, Exclusivity, Family, Future, Health, Interview, Medical, Parental Burden, Portrait, Preference, Privilege, Sad, Social Distancing, Statistics, Treatment, Video

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03-Apr-2020


Woman Allegedly Drowned Grandson, Told Officers The 4-Year-Old Boy Was ‘Better Off In Heaven’ 

 

The Howard County Prosecutor’s Office on Monday charged Helen Martin, 56, with murder and neglect of a dependent resulting in death, WTHR reports. Officers with the Kokomo Police Department took the grandmother into custody on Saturday after responding to a report at a private residence of an individual who was unconscious.

Upon their arrival, police found Martin’s unresponsive 4-year-old grandson being treated by first responders, according to another WTHR report. He later died after being taken to the Community Howard Regional Health Hospital.

Martin’s husband Brian Martin told police upon their arrival that his wife had drowned the child, and Helen allegedly admitted that she’d held the boy’s head underneath the water while giving him a bath, WTHR reports.

Oxygen

Tags: Anxiety, Children, Choices, Grandparent, Inhumanity, Mental Health, Murder, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Religion, Sad, Seniors, Threat

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02-Apr-2020


Hate crimes against perceived coronavirus carriers spike in NYC 

 

The city has coronavirus hate-crime fever, NYPD data shows.

Crime stats released Thursday show a spike in attacks against perceived carriers of the COVID-19 bug.

The data shows there have been 23 hate crimes against victim’s whose protected category is classified as “other” so far this year — a 475-percent increase from the 4 reported over the same period last year.

The crimes are categorized that way even though a majority of victims are Asian, officials said.

“Recent Coronavirus-related incidents fall under the anti-other category as there are two motivating factors behind these crimes,” the accompanying statement said. “The victim’s race (anti-Asian) and the perception that they have the Coronavirus (anti-disability).”

NY Post

The Coronavirus Doesn't Discriminate, But U.S. Health Care Showing Familiar Biases

Tags: Attack, Covidiots, Environment, Etiquette, Exclusivity, Health, Hostility, Ignorance, Inhumanity, Injury, Interference, Judgment, Medical, Mental Health, Misrepresentation, Neglect, Parental Crime, Poverty, Privilege, Racism, Retribution, Sad, Safety, Self Interest, Superiority, Treatment, Unruly Child, Violence

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02-Apr-2020


Boy Dies 8 Years After His Mom, Pregnant with Him, Was Fatally Shot — and Killer Sits in Prison 

 

A Chicago 8-year-old whose mother was fatally shot in 2011 while months pregnant with him has died.

In August 2011, 17-year-old Charinez Jefferson was walking down a street in the Chicago Lawn neighborhood when 18-year-old Timothy Jones opened fire, WLOX, the Chicago Sun Times and CBS2 report.

According to prosecutors, Jones was attempting to shoot a rival gang member walking with Jefferson, who was six months pregnant. He shot the expecting mother in the head, back and chest as she begged him for her life.

Despite Jefferson not surviving the shooting, her baby did. Kahmani Mims-Jefferson was born prematurely and would eventually be adopted by a hospital nurse.

On March 8, Kahmani died of “complications of prematurity” and “multiple maternal gunshot wounds,” according to the Cook County Medical Examiner.

People

Tags: Adoption, Community, Death, Environment, Guns, Health, Injury, Life Expectancy, Parental Burden, Pregnancy, Prison, Sad, Safety, Violence, Youth

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25-Mar-2020


Racism is already mainstream – soon it might be the norm 

 

Was it the whipping up of white working-class voters in Trump’s election campaign? Or the toxic debate around immigration during the Brexit referendum? Or was it as early as the birth of social media, when a platform was handed to racists? However it happened, public discourse around race in the last decade slowly morphed from polite political correctness and justified outrage at even a hint of racism in public to a slow accommodation with extremist views on the far-right – setting up 2020 to be the year that the veil lifts altogether, finally normalising racism in ways that we haven't seen for decades.

Racism has long existed in politics and academia, and persists in structural discrimination and everyday bias. But the idea that the ideology driving racist actions and rhetoric should somehow be given space for discussion has only recently (re)gained currency. In recent years far-right intellectuals have subtly and skilfully changed the rules of engagement, arguing for “viewpoint diversity” in the disingenuous insistence that they have been unfairly silenced. They argue that racial differences are so profound that the mere presence of immigrants is damaging a country’s genetic stock and cultural fabric.

WIRED

Tags: All Rights, Americans, Discrimination, Environment, Hate, Humanity, Racism, Relationships, Representation, Respect, Responsibility, Sad, Safety, Threat, Treatment

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05-Jan-2020


People with depression feel better after listening to sad music, research suggests 

 

People with depression listen to sad music because it makes them feel better, according to a small study that is one of the first to investigate why people turn to tearjerkers when they’re already down.

The first part of the study, published recently in the journal Emotion, tried to repeat the findings of a 2015 study that showed that depressed people preferred listening to sad music. Researchers at the University of South Florida asked 76 female undergrads (half of them were diagnosed with depression) to listen to various classical music clips. “Happy” music included Jacques Offenbach’s cheerful “Infernal Gallop,” and “sad” music included Samuel Barber’s “Adagio for Strings,” which is almost universally considered to be extremely depressing. The scientists found that, like in the 2015 study, participants with depression indicated they would rather listen to sad music than happy music.

The Verge

Tags: Awareness, Mental Health, Music, Psychology, Sad, Science, Study

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07-May-2019


12-Year-Old Boy in Coma After Being Attacked on Bike by Pack of Dogs: They 'Could've Killed Him' 

 

A 12-year-old Mississippi boy is in a coma after he was attacked by a pack of dogs while riding his bike on Friday.

Aden Green was “mauled by six dogs” in Winona, a spokeswoman for the Montgomery County Sheriff’s Department tells PEOPLE. Green was reportedly riding his bike when the mixed-breed dogs spotted him and attacked, Montgomery County Sheriff Bubba Nix tells PEOPLE.

“The dogs pulled Aden off his bike and into a ditch,” reads a GoFundMe pagethis link opens in a new tab set up for the family. “Thankfully someone driving by was able to beat the dogs away from him and call for help.”

People

AIR FRANCE-KLM DOG DIES DURING FLIGHT TO L.A. ... PETA Lashes Out

Tags: Animals, Attack, Children, Environment, Health, Injury, Nature, Parental Burden, Passing, Sad, Travel, Violence

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20-Mar-2019


Should teachers be allowed to touch students? 

 

A light pat on the back can draw a young child’s attention back to the task at hand, and sometimes a hug will help the hurt go away. But are these gestures appropriate coming from an educator? A teacher’s touch can be encouraging, corrective and, in some cases, inappropriate. But I wouldn’t want my kids in a school that banned it outright.

I’m comfortable with my kids’ teachers giving them a hug goodbye or placing a quieting hand on their shoulder when they are talking too much in class. I think of gentle physical contact as just another tool in a teacher’s arsenal—one that can often go beyond words. But that’s not the way everyone feels. Many school boards have unwritten “no touch” policies, while others have created rules against touching of any kind to appease concerned parents.

Today's Parent

Tags: Affection, Children, Education, Employment, Environment, Humanity, Parental Burden, Relationships, Respect, Sad, Safety, Treatment

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13-Mar-2019


Man tortured dog by using it as a ‘soccer ball’: cops 

 

A California man tortured a Chihuahua by binding it with electrical wire and using it as “a soccer ball,” police said.

A witness called cops to report that a man used wires to tie the missing dog, named Max, and repeatedly kicked him in Santa Ana on Sunday, authorities said.

Arriving officers found Jose Manuel Pantoja standing over the dog — who had a bungee cord around his throat and chest, and multicolored electrical wire around his legs.

NY Post

Tags: Abuse, Animals, Hate, Inhumanity, Pets, Privilege, Sad, Safety, Treatment, Violence

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07-Mar-2019


Activists sue city over lack of data for homeless students 

 

The city is refusing to say what it does to ensure that homeless kids get placed in shelters near their schools, a lawsuit charges.

The Manhattan Supreme Court suit comes on the heels of a dismal report by a legal advocacy group, which found that a record one in 10 students in the Big Apple are homeless.

The nonprofit Partnership for the Homeless had then asked the city’s Department for Homeless Services for data about its efforts to place kids in shelters near schools they attended before ending up on the street. The suit says the DHS responded by saying that only a single relevant document exists, and it’s exempt from disclosure under the state’s Freedom of Information Law because it’s an internal draft.

NY Post

Tags: All Rights, Children, Education, Environment, Homeless, Parental Burden, Sad, Study, Waste, World, Youth

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21-Nov-2018


More kids are showing up in ERs with mental health crises 

 

An increasing number of children are showing up in U.S. emergency rooms in the throes of a mental health crisis, researchers reported Friday. And the increases are seen in minority children, in particular.

It’s not clear why, but the researchers say their findings are startling. They are seeing the same pattern across the country.

“It’s really disheartening. Community resources for mental health, especially for youth, are incredibly scarce,” said Dr. Anna Abrams, a pediatrician and researcher at Children's National Medical Center in Washington, D.C.

“It’s shocking, really.”

NBC News

Tags: Children, Environment, Medical, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Sad, Youth

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02-Nov-2018


Drugs, Alcohol and Suicide Are Killing So Many Young Americans That the Country’s Average Lifespan Is Falling 

 

Young Americans are dying in rising numbers because of drugs, alcohol and suicide, according to new federal data.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS) issued its annual comprehensive health and mortality report, which analyzes trends in death rates by cause and demographic. Drugs, alcohol and suicide, the report says, have contributed to the first drops in U.S. life expectancy since 1993. While U.S. life expectancy rose from 77.8 to 78.6 years between 2006 and 2016, the trend reversed during the end of the decade, leading to a 0.3-year decline between 2014 and 2016 — in large part because of rising rates of drug overdoses, suicide and liver disease, as well as Alzheimer’s.

Time

Tags: Abuse, Aging, Backlash, Choices, Death, Disease, Drink, Drugs, Environment, Fear, Humanity, Life Expectancy, Lifestyle, Modernization, Nature, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Parenting, Sad, Survival, Waste, World

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20-Sep-2018




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