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Coronavirus: Leicester ‘could be locked down’ says home secretary

The city of Leicester may be facing a localised lockdown after a rise in coronavirus cases, Home Secretary Priti Patel has confirmed. Speaking on the BBC’s Andrew Marr Show, she said it was “correct” that the government was considering the move, reported in The Sunday Times. About 25% of Leicester’s 2,494 confirmed Covid-19 cases were… Read More »

How much can you slim down in a month

Reaching your weight loss goals can be a big challenge, regardless of how much weight you want to lose. However, taking it one step at a time and making a few minor modifications to your diet and lifestyle can make weight loss much more manageable. By making some small changes to your daily routine, you… Read More »

When do breastfed babies slim down

Helping your baby breastfeed again Identify what caused your baby to refuse your breast and remove or treat the cause. You are feeding one side only at each feeding. Despite growing research in favor of breastfeeding, the authors of a linked commentary say the new findings may put too much pressure on new mothers. Nursing… Read More »

Trump administration tries to tamp down fears of coronavirus resurgence

The Trump administration is trying to allay fears that the coronavirus again threatens to force tighter economic restrictions. National Economic Council Director Larry Kudlow denied the possibility of a second wave of coronavirus infections Friday. “I spoke to our health experts at some length last evening. They’re saying there is no second spike. Let me… Read More »

‘Concerned’ scientists funded by Chan Zuckerberg Initiative urge Facebook to tamp down on incendiary speech

Scientists who receive funding from Mark Zuckerberg’s philanthropic organization, the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI), have urged the Facebook CEO to do more to stem the spread of misinformation and incendiary speech on the social network.  The letter, which is addressed to Zuckerberg from scientists who are currently or were previously backed by CZI, was published… Read More »