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Hot Bikini Inspo for Fourth of July 2020: From Priyanka Chopra & Kim K to Mia Khalifa & Miley Cirus, Take Sexy July 4 Fashion Cues From Celebs

July 4th is here! America’s biggest celebration. For those who do not know the Fourth of July is also known as Independence Day or July 4th. It has been a federal holiday in the United States since 1941. The day is celebrated with immense enthusiasm and fervour in the US however the tradition of Independence… Read More »

Health Insurance and Demand for Masking, Testing and Contact Tracing – New Data from The Commonwealth Fund

The coronavirus pandemic occasioned the Great Lockdown for people to shelter-at-home, tele-work if possible, and shut down large parts of the U.S. economy considered “non-essential.” As health insurance for working-age people is tied to employment, COVID-19 led to disproportionate loss of health plan coverage especially among people earning lower incomes, as well as non-white workers,… Read More »

Eight ways to reduce cellulite in lockdown and save legs from orange peel effect

Now that some lockdown restrictions have been lifted and we’re able to get out and about more, you may be thinking about showing off more skin as the weather brightens up again. But if you’re worried that weeks of comfort eating and sitting around has had a negative affect on your body, then here’s what… Read More »

Watch Dr. Pimple Popper Squeeze Chunky ‘Ricotta’ From a Bulging Cyst

In a new Instagram video, Dr. Pimple Popper pops a cyst that explodes with chunky white contents. Fans have commented that the contents of the cyst resembles ricotta cheese. The cyst featured in this video is likely an epidermoid cyst, which usually contain a collection of dead skin cells and keratin. You’re guaranteed to think… Read More »

New App Detects COVID-19 From Your Voice

According to many public health experts, testing for COVID-19 is key to stopping the pandemic. Testing leads to quick identification, isolation and treatment of COVID-19 cases, including those who came into contact with infected people. It stops the spread of the virus.1 Unfortunately, widespread testing in the U.S. has been limited by logistic and personnel… Read More »

Learning to cope with the pandemic from palliative care patients 

I’m a palliative care chaplain who provides spiritual support to patients with serious, life-changing, and for some, life-threatening, illnesses. A common story they tell is an illness, like a storm, blew them off their life’s map.  They find themselves lost in the unfamiliar territory of sickness. The future, once certain and promising, is now uncertain… Read More »