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As respiratory viruses strain US health care systems, White House offers assistance

Nearly 20,000 people in the United States were admitted to the hospital for flu last week, almost double the number of admissions from the week before, according to data updated on December 2 by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. (Tero Vesalainen, Adobe Stock) Estimated read time: 4-5 minutes WASHINGTON — Nearly 20,000 […]

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Uvalde shooting victims seek $27B, class action in lawsuit

Flowers and candles are placed around crosses on May 28 at a memorial outside Robb Elementary School in Uvalde, Texas, to honor the victims killed in the school shooting a few days prior. Victims of the Uvalde school shooting that left 21 people dead have filed a lawsuit seeking $27 billion against local and state […]

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TECHNOLOGY

Dispatchers get accidental 911 calls from skiers because of iPhone crash technology

Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes PARK CITY — New crash technology may trigger iPhones to dial 911, even if the user doesn’t need help. Summit County dispatchers are seeing an uptick in accidental emergency calls from skiers. The technology is designed to detect severe car crashes, but it’s often accidentally activated at ski resorts. If […]

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Who is Lady Susan Hussey and what is a lady in waiting?

Lady Susan Hussey has left her role at Buckingham Palace after she asked a black visitor where she “really came from” during a reception hosted by the Queen Consort. Ngozi Fulani, the chief executive of Sistah Space and a prominent advocate for survivors of domestic abuse, described the exchange as a “violation”. Lady Hussey served […]

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HEALTH

Slow cognitive decline with flavonols, study says

Eating more flavonols may slow your rate of memory loss, a new study finds. Onions contain the highest levels of quercetin, one of the most common flavonols. (Adobe Stock) Estimated read time: 5-6 minutes ATLANTA — Eating more flavonols, antioxidants found in many vegetables, fruits, tea and wine, may slow your rate of memory loss, […]

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BUSINESS

McDonald’s is giving people the chance to win a ‘McGold Card’ — free food for life

For the holidays, McDonald’s is giving away free meals for life. Well, sort of. (Justin Sullivan, Getty Images) Estimated read time: 2-3 minutes ATLANTA — For the holidays, McDonald’s is giving away free meals for life. Well, sort of. Beginning Dec. 5, every order completed in the McDonald’s app for at least $1 will enter […]

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Two teenagers arrested on suspicion of killing boys in south-east London

30 November 2022, 00:25 | Updated: 30 November 2022, 00:30 Victims Charlie Bartolo and Kearne Solanke were stabbed to death on Saturday night. Picture: Facebook Two teenagers have been arrested on suspicion of killing two young boys in south-east London on Saturday afternoon. A 16-year-old boy was arrested on Tuesday morning and a 15-year-old boy […]

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HEALTH

‘Unprecedented surge’ of RSV patients causes more surgery delays at children’s hospital

Primary Children’s Hospital announced Monday about 50 elective, prescheduled surgeries will be delayed so the hospital can better treat the large influx of patients with RSV and other respiratory illnesses. (Intermountain Healthcare) Estimated read time: 3-4 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — Primary Children’s Hospital announced Monday that about 50 elective, prescheduled surgeries that require overnight […]

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ENTERTAINMENT

Tabernacle Choir aims to expand worldwide reach through tryouts, touring, translations

The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square sings during general conference in Salt Lake City on Oct. 2. The choir is seeking to grow its worldwide audience even more with three new initiatives. (Jeffrey D. Allred, Deseret News) Estimated read time: 5-6 minutes SALT LAKE CITY — The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square is one of […]

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