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Losing your hair can be another consequence of the pandemic 

 

Annrene Rowe was getting ready to celebrate her 10th wedding anniversary this summer when she noticed a bald spot on her scalp. In the following days, her thick, shoulder-length hair started falling out in clumps, bunching up in the shower drain.

“I was crying hysterically,” said Rowe, 67, of Anna Maria, Florida.

Rowe, who was hospitalized for 12 days in April with symptoms of the coronavirus, soon found strikingly similar stories in online groups of COVID-19 survivors. Many said that several months after contracting the virus, they began shedding startling amounts of hair.

Doctors say they too are seeing many more patients with hair loss, a phenomenon they believe is indeed related to the coronavirus pandemic, affecting both people who had the virus and those who never became sick.

Losing your hair can be another consequence of the pandemic

Tags: Awareness, Beauty, Coronavirus, Effect, Hair, Health, Medical, Safety

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24-Sep-2020


Italians divided over whether Black man’s beating death was motivated by racism 

 

Willy Monteiro Duarte was born in Rome to parents from Cape Verde. He had just become an Italian citizen, and at 21 years old, was an aspiring chef at a hotel in a town near Rome.

All of that ended on Sept. 6 when he tried to break up a fight — and instead was beaten to death himself.

“Fascism in Italy has this history of the cult of the male body, of the strong body, of the strong myth of Rome that ruled the world and so on — a myth of domination,” said Marcello Maneri, an assistant professor of sociology at the University of Milan Bicocca who studies race and power.

“These people [the two brothers] acted like they owned the community," he said. “They wanted to patrol their territory. In the end, I think when they saw this Black guy, they thought, ‘We are the people who must control this territory, not him.’”

Italians divided over whether Black man’s beating death was motivated by racism

Community Decides That Swastika, New York Will Not Change Its Name

University of Georgia Fraternity Suspended Over Racist Group Texts

“THIS DOES FEEL LIKE A DIFFERENT MOMENT”: AS PUBLIC SUPPORT FOR BLACK LIVES MATTER DROPS OFF, WILL CORPORATE AMERICA STAY THE COURSE?

Tags: Activism, Attack, Bullying, Business, Change, Coronavirus, Death, Education, Hate, Judgment, Murder, Name, Politics, Privilege, Racial Tension, Safety, Social Distancing, Social Media, Support, Town, World, Youth

Filed under: Gay+

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24-Sep-2020


Three Orlando Officers Potentially Poisoned With Date Rape Drug, Florida Police Investigating 


 

An investigation has been launched into whether three Florida police officers who fell ill during a night out last week were intentionally drugged or poisoned.

The officers from the Orlando Police Department reported feeling unwell while drinking at bars and restaurants in Sanford on Wednesday, September 16, with two of them needing hospital treatment.

One of the officers started vomiting and required an IV Fluid, reported Click Orlando. A second officer developed more serious symptoms later in the night and had to be placed on a ventilator.

Three Orlando Officers Potentially Poisoned With Date Rape Drug, Florida Police Investigating

Tags: Alcohol, Bar/Club, Drugs, Employment, Environment, Etiquette, Hostility, Illness, Interference, Investigation, Poison, Police, Restaurant, Safety

Filed under: Gay+

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24-Sep-2020


House passes bill banning race-based hairstyle discrimination 

 

The House on Monday passed a bill that would ban discrimination that stems from race-based hairstyles.

The legislation, called the CROWN Act, would apply in part to situations in employment, housing and federally funded programs.

Rep. Ilhan Omar celebrated the bill’s passage in a Monday tweet.

“For far too long, Black women have been penalized for simply existing as themselves—that ends today,” Omar wrote.

House passes bill banning race-based hairstyle discrimination

Tags: Cultural, Hair, Inclusion, Policy, Politics, Safety

Filed under: Gay+

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23-Sep-2020


A girl with autism eats only one food. Here’s what happened when stores sold it. 

 

Ashlyn was upset that she could no longer attend her special school due to the pandemic, her mother said, and she found solace in SpaghettiOs with meatballs. She insisted on eating them for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

“Structure is what centers her – it gives her a sense of control when everything else feels chaotic and overwhelming,” MacDonald said. “Ashlyn is most comfortable when she feels like she is experiencing Groundhog Day every day. Spaghetti is a sensory experience for her.

MacDonald and her husband, Jeffrey MacDonald, had no trouble finding enough boxes of SpaghettiO to keep Ashlyn happy at mealtime. Then in mid-April, Crystal MacDonald stopped by her regular market one afternoon and found that the shelves had been cleared of SpaghettiO.

“People were going crazy, loading up whatever canned food they could find, including spaghetti,” she says. “I had to go to all the grocery stores in the area to find enough for Ashlyn. It became like a treasure hunt to find just a few cans.

A girl with autism eats only one food. Here’s what happened when stores sold it.

Tags: Addiction, Anxiety, Children, Environment, Food, Health, Hostility, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Product, Safety, Training

Filed under: Health/Food

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23-Sep-2020


'Defund the police' activist Alyssa Milano calls 911 sparking massive police presence in her quiet California neighborhood claiming an armed an gunman was on her property - but it was really a teen shooting at squirrels with an air gun 

 

Actress and 'Defund the police' activist Alyssa Milano was quick to call cops when she believed an armed gunman was on her Bell Canyon property on Sunday morning.

The call ignited a response that included seven Ventura County Sheriffs' vehicles, one K-9 unit, a police helicopter and one Los Angeles Fire Department team that sat down the street on standby.

In July, the left leaning activist Alyssa tweeted out to her 3.7 million followers a link, urging them to sign the 'People's Budget L.A.' that demands a 90 percent reduction in police funding.

One neighbor says, 'She can tweet those things because at the end of the day she lives behind gates in a gated community. She knows the police will come to save her. But what about all those people who don't have that luxury and live in unsafe neighborhoods? She obviously doesn't care.

'She uses her platform in hypocritical ways. Why not send your husband into the yard to find out what is actually going on before you call the police? I would guesstimate the response today from law enforcement cost tax payers thousands of dollars.'

'Defund the police' activist Alyssa Milano

Tags: Celebrity, Crime, Environment, Exclusivity, Fear, Help!, Home, Hypocrisy, Politics, Safety

Filed under: Gay+

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23-Sep-2020


Parents Are Sharing The Things They Can't Believe They've Said To Their Toddlers, And I'm Weeeeak 

 

Anyone who has — or had — a toddler knows that sometimes they cause you to have to say some very, very strange things.

1. "We don’t put stuff in our butt — it’s not a pocket." (It is for uncle.)

4. "Today I said, 'We do not shove chicken legs in our crotch.'" (Is the gardener extra friendly?)

6. "No, you can't take the lettuce to bed with you." "He was 4 at the time, and the head of lettuce was his new best friend." (No it wasn't. His face was planted in the grass so many times while some asshole molested him that he had to hold on to something. Lettuce feels like grass.)

Worst parents ever! Your children are being abused while you keep waiting for signs from experts that have never resolved anything useful in their entire lives.

Parents Are Sharing The Things They Can't Believe They've Said To Their Toddlers, And I'm Weeeeak

Tags: Children, Cuteness, Family, Ignorance, Parental Crime, Parenting, Responsibility, Safety, Sex, Violence

Filed under: Health/Food

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23-Sep-2020


It's Impossible To Focus On Work When The World Is On Fire 

 

On top of the ongoing threat of the coronavirus pandemic, which is limiting the ways families and professionals can live, work and take care of each other, many people are now contending with environmental threats like wildfires and hurricanes. And that’s with everything else going on in 2020.

The understandable physical stress all this causes makes doing work, at times, impossible. Lara Hogan is a management coach based in Portland, Oregon, which in the second week of September recorded the worst air quality in the world among major cities as fires raged nearby. Towards the end of that week, Hogan was feeling lightheaded, experiencing a “weird cough,” and could not focus on her job, she said.

“It was much harder to do that work, like thinking, speaking, answering questions, normal stuff,” Hogan said. She asked herself, “Can I do a good job for the people I’m trying to support?”

It's Impossible To Focus On Work When The World Is On Fire

Tags: Anxiety, Care, Coronavirus, Death, Employment, Environment, Evolution, Health, Lifestyle, Mental Health, Opinion, Sacrifice, Safety, Social Distancing, Support, Survival

Filed under: Health/Food

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20-Sep-2020


Coconut oil is the latest reminder that there’s no such thing as a ‘superfood’ 

 

Foods that supposedly have superior health benefits reach news headlines all the time. But categorizing foods as either good or bad—the way marketers do when they crown new "superfoods"—is not necessarily the best way to approach nutrition. In truth, any whole (AKA unprocessed) food you eat is going to be nutritious, and claiming that some are superior to others is simply marketing.

“Produce is super. It doesn’t really matter what you are picking in the produce aisle. It is going to be super,” says Leslie Bonci, a registered dietician and sports nutritionist. Or if not super, she adds, at least “superb.”

That's not far from the truth. To date, no studies suggest that coconut oil provides any superior benefit compared to other foods, especially other oils. Nevertheless, for the past decade, it has been touted as a "healthy fat"—compared to others—that should be eaten and used in cooking often. Coconut oil had its first big downfall a year ago when the American Heart Association published a report warning about the dangers of eating too many unhealthy, saturated fats. The report included coconut oil on a list of the most unhealthy fats, taking many health-conscious Americans by surprise.

Coconut oil is the latest reminder that there’s no such thing as a ‘superfood’

Tags: Food, Health, Oil, Safety, Weight

Filed under: Health/Food

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18-Sep-2020


U.S. Bans Chinese Apps TikTok and WeChat, Citing Security Concerns 

 

The Trump administration will begin banning downloads and use of popular Chinese-owned apps TikTok and WeChat late Sunday, in a move U.S. officials said was driven by national-security concerns but which drew objections for impinging on free-speech rights.

The Commerce Department issued regulations Friday to bar U.S. companies from providing downloads or updates for the TikTok and WeChat apps after 11:59 p.m. Sunday. Companies will also be banned from providing data-hosting services for WeChat at that time.

“Each collects vast swaths of data from users, including network activity, location data, and browsing and search histories,” the Commerce Department said. “Each is an active participant in China’s civil-military fusion and is subject to mandatory cooperation with the intelligence services” of the Chinese Communist Party.

U.S. Bans Chinese Apps TikTok and WeChat, Citing Security Concerns

Tags: App, Backlash, Business, Cancelled, Politics, Privacy, Safety, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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18-Sep-2020


Jerry Harris, Star of 'Cheer,' Charged With Producing Child Pornography 

 

According to federal authorities, Harris allegedly contacted an underage boy on social media and repeatedly enticed him to make sexually explicit videos and photographs of himself and send them to Harris. The victim in the case allegedly informed Harris during the initial online encounter that he was 13 years old, the complaint states.

In addition to the criminal charge, a lawsuit was also filed against Harris and three cheer organizations by the mother of twin boys in Texas for alleged sex crimes. It appears the victim in the criminal case is one of the two victims from the civil case.

Jerry Harris, Star of 'Cheer,' Charged With Producing Child Pornography

Beauty influencer insists she has ‘lots of gay fans’ after calling queer people ‘mentally sick perverts’. Sure, Jan

Tags: Celebrity, Children, Choices, Entertainment, Fraud, Gay, Hate, Parental Burden, Pederasty, Privilege, Safety, Self Interest, Sex, Social Media, TV, Violence

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17-Sep-2020


A Dallas school assignment asked students to write about a modern-day hero. The Kenosha shooter was among the choices 

 

The two-part assignment was given to seniors in an English class at W.T. White High School, the Dallas Independent School District (ISD) confirmed to CNN.

The first part of the assignment asked students to write a half-page biography for six people, among them 17-year-old Kyle Rittenhouse.

The others on the list were Mahatma Gandhi, Cesar Chavez, Malcolm X, George Floyd and Joseph Rosenbaum, one of the victims of the Kenosha shooting. The names of Gandhi and Malcolm X were misspelled, according to a photo of the assignment obtained by CNN affiliate KTVT.

In the second part of the assignment, students were then asked to write a one-page essay on which of those six people they believed best demonstrated the concept of a hero.

A Dallas school assignment asked students to write about a modern-day hero. The Kenosha shooter was among the choices

Tags: Education, Etiquette, Hate, Hostility, Interference, Mental Health, Parental Burden, Psychology, Punishment, Racial Tension, Racism, Safety, Teacher, Test, Youth

Filed under: Health/Food

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17-Sep-2020


Barbados civil unions referendum could see LGBT+ people killed 

 

The announcements this week came in a formal speech for the State Opening of Parliament in Barbados. The speech is the mechanism by which the government sets out its agenda.

The Queen’s representative, Governor General Dame Sandra Mason gave the speech. However, it is the government that writes it.

In it, Prime Minister Mia Mottley promised wide-ranging changes in Barbados. And she made headlines around the world by announcing the country will drop Queen Elizabeth as its head of state.

But hidden in it was an indication Barbados will drop another vestige of its colonial legacy – its ‘sodomy’ law.

The country rarely enforces the law against gay sex. But it is technically one of the most punitive in the world with a maximum sentence of life in imprisonment. Scrapping it will almost certainly be a pre-requisite for recognizing same-sex relationships.

Barbados civil unions referendum could see LGBT+ people killed

Gay Man Allegedly Knocked Out by Homophobic Uber Driver in Bashing

Queer woman driven to tears and forced to quit job after colleague slipped vile homophobic note into locker

Tags: Activism, Attack, Backlash, Car Service, Death, Employment, Fear, Gay, Homophobia, Laws, LGBTQ, Marriage Equality, Overreaction, Policy, Politics, Resignation, Safety, Service, Threat, Travel, Violence, World

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17-Sep-2020


Is Whole Milk Healthy? 

 

America is drinking a lot more whole milk these days. Whole milk brands have had a 13% growth in sales in the first seven months of 2020 over the same period a year ago, according to the National Dairy Council. Since dairy milk consumption in general has been down year after year, an increase of a whopping 13% is rather monumental. But before you start worrying about the impact of all this whole milk to our national girth, you should know about some of the surprising benefits of whole milk.

Is Whole Milk Healthy?

Tags: Celebration, Health, Milk, Safety, Science

Filed under: Health/Food

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15-Sep-2020


At least 24 million students could drop out of school due to the coronavirus pandemic, UN says 

 

The disruption to schools caused by the coronavirus pandemic constitutes a “global education emergency” that threatens to derail the education of at least 24 million students projected to drop out of school as a result, said Henrietta Fore, executive director of the United Nations Children’s Fund.

“At the height of Covid-19,” 192 countries shuttered schools, leaving 1.6 billion students without in-person learning, Fore said on a press call hosted by the World Health Organization and the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. She added that now, more than 870 million students, “or half the world’s student population in 51 countries,” are still unable to return to school.

“The longer children remain out of school, the less likely they are to return,” she said. “That’s why we are urging governments to prioritize reopening schools when restrictions are lifted.”

She added that beyond education, schools around the world provide many students with a source of nutrition and immunizations.

“At least 24 million children are projected to drop out of school due to Covid-19,” she said.

At least 24 million students could drop out of school due to the coronavirus pandemic, UN says

Tags: Children, Choices, Coronavirus, Education, Environment, Fear, Health, Intelligence, Interference, Mental Health, Nature, Neglect, Outbreak, Overpopulation, Parental Burden, Parental Crime, Population Control, Safety, World

Filed under: Health/Food

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15-Sep-2020




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