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  1. This photo made available by the Library of Congress shows a demonstration at the Red Cross Emergency Ambulance Station in Washington during the influenza pandemic of 1918. Historians think the pandemic started in Kansas in early 1918, and by winter 1919 the virus had infected a third of the global population and killed at least 50 million people, including 675,000 Americans. Some estimates put the toll as high as 100 million. (Library of Congress via AP, File) COVID-19 has killed about as many Americans as the 1918-19 flu Collins, Fauci endorse and explain FDA’s recommendation for
  2. I have a neighbor that thinks The Walking Dead is a documentary, and hopes Norman Reedus' character Daryl Dixon will come to LA and hunt the zombies she's seen shopping at Walmart... She might have a point about the shoppers at our local Wally World. I want to be invested in Y&R characters, but it's tough these last couple of years; the writing has been atrocious. I'm all in on Mariah and Tessa, and have hope for Sally even if she's with Atonal. The rest of the crowd are either boring, annoying, hopelessly ruined, have feet of clay or are incapable of independent thinking/acting and
  3. In this Dec. 15, 2020, file photo, a droplet falls from a syringe after a person was injected with the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine at a hospital in Providence, R.I. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File) Coronavirus News: Health official: Booster use may be expanded Dr. Fauci Urges Americans Not to Get Boosters Before They Are Eligible Covid-19 cases forcing hospitals to ration care is unfair and unacceptable, expert says New kidney problems linked to 'long COVID'; loss of smell may be followed by other smell distortions The seven-day average of coronavirus deaths in the Unite
  4. What happens if Chance returns to this ready-made family created with Abby's egg and Rev. Darvon's sperm and isn't as enthusiastic about Bowie as Abby planned he should be? Chance may come home with psychological issues after resurrecting St. Jude or staging a successful coup in Venezuela, and not capable of reading Pat the Bunny or soothing a teething infant. He might be resentful that Abby charged forward with her expectations and demands and never thought how it might affect him to give his name to a stranger's child; Rev. Darvon is not Chance's close friend. I have a feeling Mari
  5. Health care workers work inside the Regeneron Clinic at a monoclonal antibody treatment site in Pembroke Pines, Florida, on August 19, 2021. - Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced the opening of the Covid-19 antibody treatment site. DeSantis continues to promote the monoclonal antibody treatments as cases and hospitalizations spike in Florida. Starting Wednesday, C.B. Smith Park will start offering the antibody treatment from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week. The site will be able to treat over 300 patients a day/Photo by Chandan Khanna/AFP via Getty Image Seven Southern states accou
  6. The perfect Prince Charming ... er ... Smilin' Jack is a bore. But a Flawed Hero is someone to root for. We keep hoping Jack will recognize the pitfalls of his character and save himself. In Jack's case, he's getting a little long in the tooth to be this blinkered. It's not unusual for unhappy people to recognize the misery in others. In Jack's case he saw her pain, but didn't think to call Sharon to make a latte and deliver it to Mariah. Abby (and TIIC) could have gone through a counselor specializing in surrogates and infertility to assist and warn about the fant
  7. Two Camden Elementary School students in masks listen as South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster talks about steps the school is taking to fight COVID-19, Wednesday, Sept. 15, 2021, in Camden, S.C. McMaster has adamantly and repeatedly come out against requiring masks in schools even as the average number of daily COVID-19 cases in the state has risen since early June. (AP Photo/Jeffrey Collins) CDC was never prepared for a crisis like COVID-19, Gottlieb says FDA advisory panel recommends Pfizer boosters for those 65 and older UN using honor system to check vaccinations for big mee
  8. I often felt that MTS played up the little girl voice in her early days of Y&R (and it worked for her character and SLs), and as the years have gone by she's gradually returned to her natural speaking voice. Is there any doubt? But first Dr Nate Natey Nate Nate Nate Nate Nate has to miraculously have the use of his wounded paw restored for surgery ... Why not? And Rev. Darvon has promised Hillary 2.0 he will do what ever is necessary to have Naya's health restored, so it's a lock for a Christmas Miracle episode. God bless us everyone. <blerg> Considerin
  9. Photo courtesy of California State Parks Fire crews struggling to save California giant sequoias Fire and the Giant Sequoia California wildfires threaten famous giant sequoia trees EXPLAINER: Fighting fire with fire to protect sequoia trees Wildfires in Australia caused an explosion of sea life thousands of miles away US Forest Service hits brakes on Arizona restoration project Future of Lake Tahoe clarity in question as wildfires worsen Drought haves, have-nots test how to share water in the West As Nicholas stalls over Louisiana, three pot
  10. One of those Noise mornings. It makes my Administration Associate nervous.
  11. Jane Powell, Hollywood golden-age musicals star, dies at 92 Jane Powell, the bright-eyed, operatic-voiced star of Hollywood’s golden age musicals who sang with Howard Keel in “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” and danced with Fred Astaire in “Royal Wedding,” has died. She was 92. Powell died Thursday at her Wilton, Connecticut, home, longtime friend Susan Granger said. Granger said Powell died of natural causes. “Jane was the most wonderful friend,” Granger said. ”She was candid, she was honest. You never asked Jane a question you didn’t want an absolutely honest answer to.”
  12. From your fingertips to Goddess Kali's ear, Peaches. NotBilly did tell Lily in a rare moment of frank couch-boinking togetherness. The problem is there's no reason for the boldface names to tell Locke-ness the gory details of the Dumber Boink -- He would have to overhear one of the loud mouths broadcasting it in public, and the Boink hasn't been mentioned in 10+ months. It would be mutually assured destruction for the boldfacer's to bring up the subject. Victor, Nick, Nicki and Jack would go on a rampage, and no one would be left to attend Victoria's Italian festa wedding becaus
  13. Can kids be harmed wearing masks to protect against COVID? (AP Illustration/Peter Hamlin) Eli Lilly to supply the U.S. government with doses of COVID-19 treatment etesevimab for $330 million New analysis estimates $5.7 billion price tag for treating unvaccinated Covid-19 patients in the last 3 months Biden Covid-19 team sees vaccine efficacy waning in unpublished data from Israel At the besieged FDA, ‘it never stops!’ as decisions loom on boosters, pediatric shots and more FDA strikes cautious tone ahead of vaccine booster meeting Costs of long-hauler health
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