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Read previewThe talk show host Ellen DeGeneres has long been considered a beloved celebrity for her friendly and funny public demeanor. "Maybe I'm being naive, but I expected them to welcome me with confetti: Welcome to 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show'!" Next thing we know, we literally hear Steve Jobs pick up and say, 'Hi, Ellen' … Ellen told him the iPhone should have a bigger font," the producer said. I have been getting calls asking me about the Ellen Degeneres Show and I would like to address the time I spent there. AdvertisementPaytas appeared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" in 2010 when she was 22 years old to showcase her speed-reading talent during an audience talent segment.
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CNN —The average menstruating person will spend about five years of their total reproductive lifespan using an estimated 11,000 tampons, sanitary pads, panty liners and other menstrual products, experts say. What if some of those menstrual aids contain heavy metals or potentially toxic chemicals linked to chronic diseases and reproductive and developmental problems? “I do not want people to panic, but to be aware that heavy metals have been found in these menstrual products,” Schilling said. “However, there is no reason for people to be afraid to use menstrual products at this time,” she added. The team ran tests for 16 heavy metals: arsenic, barium, calcium, cadmium, cobalt, chromium, copper, iron, manganese, mercury, nickel, lead, selenium, strontium, vanadium and zinc.
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Read previewA supercentenarian expert shared with Business Insider the nine things people who live to 110 and beyond have in common. Be resilientBeing resilient and able to endure hard times is one of the key predictors of longevity in supercentenarians, Lindberg said. Be spiritualSpirituality, meaning believing in something greater than ourselves versus following a specific religion, is also very common among the supercentenarians that Lindberg has studied. AdvertisementMaintain a healthy weight"There haven't really been any obese supercentenarians," Lindberg said. Dr. Robert Waldinger, the study's lead researcher, previously told BI that healthy relationships had a surprisingly large impact on people's odds of living longer.
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Unprotected at the margins of the rental market
  + stars: | 2024-07-10 | by ( Cecilia Reyes | ) www.businessinsider.com   time to read: +31 min
Officers interviewed two motel residents who called 911; they said they did not want to leave their homes. Alyssa Pointer for Business InsiderIn Georgia, an eviction requires a court order, but the law doesn't explicitly make lockouts illegal. In this case, an officer classified the incident as a "crime against property" — a crime committed by the residents themselves. In unincorporated Clark County, where the property is located, operating a short-term rental without a license is illegal. Matthew Main is an attorney who has represented residents in similarly precarious housing situations in New York City, where state law also grants residents tenants' rights after 30 days.
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Another concussion in June 2022 in the middle of her World Cup campaign pushed Sakakibara towards breaking point. “I didn’t have a choice because my brother, Kai, was absolutely obsessed with riding bikes,” said Sakakibara. The start of the Tokyo Games, Sakakibara said, was “a big mess,” as she finished last in her first race. Sakakibara is carried away after a crash during the semifinal of BMX racing at the Tokyo Games. Now, Sakakibara is a two-time World Cup champion and has high expectations to become an Olympic medalist in Paris.
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CNN —Vegetables are great not only for their versatility — they can be eaten raw or cooked, whole or chopped — but also for their health benefits. Eating three servings of baby carrots a week can give a significant boost of important nutrients found in the orange root vegetables, according to a new unpublished study presented June 30 in Chicago at Nutrition 2024, the annual meeting of the American Society for Nutrition. After four weeks, the researchers found those who ate the carrots had a 10.8% increase in carotenoids in their skin, natural antioxidants found to have health benefits, such as preventing inflammation and promoting heart health, according to the Cleveland Clinic. But those who consumed the carrots and the supplement saw the most benefits and increased their skin carotenoids by 21.6%. Eating vegetables can protect against heart disease, some cancers, diabetes and obesity, according to the CDC.
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Editor’s Note: Luis “Vance” Taylor is the chief of the Office of Access and Functional Needs at the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services. And for some individuals with access and functional needs, it was a nightmare. Unfortunately, nobody from the emergency management team had told the accessible transportation provider that they were part of the plan. Yet virtually all disasters have one critical commonality: They disproportionately impact individuals with access and functional needs, such as people with disabilities and older adults. Inclusive emergency management is an achievable mission.
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On June 19, Tropical Storm Alberto, which formed in the Gulf of Mexico, became the first named storm of the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season. If you live in a coastal area, it’s important to be familiar with community evacuation plans, evacuation zones and evacuation routes. “When it comes to hurricane and storm preparation, now is always the right time.”Protect your documents and valuables. Most homeowners’ policies do not cover flood damage, and flood insurance policies generally take 30 days to become effective. Move pantry items and a supply of bottled water to high, secure shelves, so they will be safer from floodwaters.
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On June 19, Tropical Storm Alberto, which formed in the Gulf of Mexico, became the first named storm of the 2024 Atlantic hurricane season. “When it comes to hurricane and storm preparation, now is always the right time.”Protect your documents and valuables. Most homeowners’ policies do not cover flood damage, and flood insurance policies generally take 30 days to become effective. Move pantry items and a supply of bottled water to high, secure shelves, so they will be safer from floodwaters. Board up your windows to prevent leaks and broken glass, and, where necessary, secure doors with storm shutters.
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CNN —GLP-1 medications such as Ozempic and Wegovy may help lower the risk of certain cancers, a new study suggests. About 40% of new cancer diagnoses are associated with excess weight, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The risk was cut by more than half for gallbladder cancer, meningioma, pancreatic cancer and hepatocellular carcinoma, a kind of liver cancer. It was also significantly reduced for ovarian cancer, colorectal cancer, multiple myeloma, esophageal cancer, endometrial cancer and kidney cancer. And GLP-1 medications interact with systems related to insulin production.
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California is likely to be especially hard hit, with highs passing 110 degrees Fahrenheit (43 degrees Celsius) in many areas. For instance, chicken should be cooked to an internal temperature of at least 165 degrees Fahrenheit, and ground beef should be cooked to at least 160 degrees Fahrenheit. That applies to cooked meat like hamburgers as well as perishable salads like potato salad and cole slaw. Not only can raw milk harbor bacteria, but it is also possible that raw milk can transmit the bird flu. It wasn’t advisable for people to drink raw milk or consume products made from raw milk prior to the bird flu outbreak, and it certainly is not advisable now.
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Read previewA deadly and fast-spreading new strain of mpox, the disease caused by the monkeypox virus, has global health officials ringing alarm bells. The new virus is called clade Ib, since it's a mutation of an even earlier form of mpox. AdvertisementThe new clade Ib virus could cause a global outbreak, experts fear, though they stopped short of warning of a pandemic. "The pandemic question is difficult," Trudie Lang, director of the Global Health Network at Oxford University, said in the briefing. The new clade Ib strain seems to do it all.
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But other current employees are dissatisfied with where the strategy shift has left them. In January 2023, Pfizer forecast a steep drop in annual revenue, to between $67 billion and $71 billion. Pfizer's 2023 revenue ultimately came in at $58.5 billion, including $11.22 billion from its Covid vaccine and $1.28 billion from Paxlovid. Faith in executive leadership also plunged among some workers, according to most of the current and former employees who spoke with CNBC. Some current workers said that hasn't appeared to change after the town hall on May 2.
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A summer wave of Covid-19 has arrived in the US
  + stars: | 2024-06-28 | by ( Deidre Mcphillips | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +6 min
CNN —Covid-19 levels have been rising in the United States for weeks as new variants drive what’s become an annual summer surge. That’s enough time to offer protection during the winter respiratory virus season but probably after this summer’s wave has ebbed. On Thursday, the CDC recommended that everyone ages 6 months and older receive an updated Covid-19 vaccine for the 2024-25 season. Unlike flu and RSV, Covid-19 is constantly circulating; it doesn’t offer a reprieve. The changes are meant to “simplify RSV vaccine decision-making for clinicians and the public,” the agency said.
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All Americans ages 6 months and older should receive one of the new Covid-19 vaccines when they become available this fall, scientific advisers to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said on Thursday. The recommendation comes as the nation faces a summer wave of Covid, with the number of infections rising in at least 39 states and territories. Most Americans have acquired layers of immunity against the coronavirus from repeat infections or vaccine doses, or both. The vaccines now offer an incremental boost, remaining effective for only a few months as immunity wanes and the virus continues to evolve. Still, across every age group, a vast majority of Americans who were hospitalized for Covid did not receive one of the shots offered last fall, according to data presented at a meeting of the C.D.C.’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices.
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Fact checking the CNN presidential debate
  + stars: | 2024-06-27 | by ( Cnn Staff | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +69 min
CNN —President Joe Biden and former President Donald Trump faced off during CNN’s presidential debate in Atlanta Thursday night. From CNN’s Daniel DaleFormer President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden debate at CNN's Atlanta studios on June 27, 2024. From CNN’s Daniel Dale and Ella NilsenFormer President Donald Trump, left, and President Joe Biden take part in the CNN presidential debate on Thursday, June 27. From CNN’s Alicia WallaceFormer President Donald Trump and President Joe Biden debate at CNN's Atlanta studios on June 27, 2024. Kpler found that China imported about 511,000 barrels per day of Iranian crude in December 2020, Trump’s last full month in office.
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Micron — Shares slipped nearly 6% after the semiconductor manufacturer posted revenue guidance of $7.6 billion for its current quarter, coming in line with analyst expectations. Walgreens Boots Alliance — Shares tumbled more than 11% after the retail pharmacy company reported a third-quarter earnings miss and cut its full-year adjusted profit outlook. Goldman Sachs — The U.S. banking stock slipped nearly 2% after the latest round of stress test results . However, the company reported EBITDA guidance for its fiscal year 2025 that was 5% lower than analyst consensus estimates, according to FactSet. U.S. Bancorp — The bank stock slipped more than 1% following a downgrade to neutral from overweight at J.P. Morgan.
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CNN —The Supreme Court on Wednesday said the White House and federal agencies such as the FBI may continue to urge social media platforms to take down content the government views as misinformation, handing the Biden administration a technical if important election-year victory. Republican officials in two states – Missouri and Louisiana – and five social media users sued over that practice in 2022, arguing that the White House did far more than “persuade” the tech giants to take down a few deceptive items. That might include, the justices theorized, social media threats targeting public figures or disclosures of sensitive information about US troops. The case arrived at the high court at a time when the government has repeatedly warned of foreign efforts to use social media to influence elections. The jawboning case was one of several high-profile matters the court is deciding at intersection of the First Amendment and social media.
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CDC issues dengue fever alert in the U.S.
  + stars: | 2024-06-25 | by ( Nicole Acevedo | ) www.cnbc.com   time to read: +2 min
The alert comes as an unexpectedly higher number of dengue fever cases have been reported across the nation, according to the CDC. The CDC reported 3,036 dengue cases last year in the U.S. and its territories. This year, the incidence of dengue fever globally has been the highest on record, especially in Latin American countries, where more than 9.7 million dengue cases have been reported. A person can get sick with dengue fever up to four times in their lifetime — once for each type of virus that can cause the disease, according to the CDC. The latest CDC alert advises health care providers to have increased suspicion of dengue among people with fever, especially if they have recently been in areas with frequent dengue transmission.
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download the appSign up to get the inside scoop on today’s biggest stories in markets, tech, and business — delivered daily. In the US, federal experts recommend filling half of your daily plate with nutrient-packed whole fruits and a colorful variety of veggies. nata_vkusidey/Getty Images"Start with beans and a grain," Buettner said. Buettner says the beautiful thing about this simple bean + grain equation is that we all probably know how to do it already. What's your favorite bean and whole grain combo and how long does it take you to make it?
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In the 1960s, there were six people of working age for every retired person, according to the World Economic Forum. “What you’re seeing is increased spending on programs like Medicare and Social Security as the baby boomers are aging into those programs. And then of course, fewer workers relative to the number of people who are receiving Social Security and Medicare benefits,” said Dahl. Social Security payments still provide about 90% of income for more than a quarter of older adults in the United States, according to Social Security Agency surveys. But without intervention, the Social Security trust fund will be depleted by the mid-2030s, meaning that only a portion of retirees’ expected benefits will be paid out.
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Why water is the best drink during a heat wave
  + stars: | 2024-06-25 | by ( Katia Hetter | ) edition.cnn.com   time to read: +8 min
We know that keeping hydrated is important to staying healthy in the summer heat, but is water still the best drink during a heat wave? CNN: When it’s really hot outside, is water still the best fluid, or should people turn to sports drinks? Energy drinks are different from sports drinks, which are meant to help you restore water and electrolytes. I urge parents to be careful to distinguish between sports drinks and energy drinks. Sports drinks probably aren’t needed, and, again, it’s advisable for children to avoid energy drinks.
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The latest research on the prevalence of aspirin use to prevent cardiovascular disease suggests that in 2021, nearly a third of adults 60 or older without cardiovascular disease were still using aspirin. Among adults 60 or older, nearly 30% reported taking aspirin to prevent cardiovascular disease, and around 5% of all adults 60 or older reported using aspirin without medical advice. Among those regularly taking aspirin, 89% reported taking a low-dose aspirin, according to the survey, while 11% indicated they take regular strength aspirin, which makes their risk of excessive bleeding even higher. The other alarming aspect is that many individuals are taking aspirin without the guidance of a healthcare provider,” Montgomery said. Regardless, any patient taking aspirin regularly should discuss that behavior with their physician, Weintraub said.
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Read previewAn oncologist shared for things he does to lower his risk of developing cancer, amid rising rates in young adults. The vast majority (88%) of people who develop cancer are over 50, and survival rates have improved in recent decades, according to the American Cancer Society. We know certain risk factors for some cancers, such as smoking which increases the risk of developing lung cancer. Exercises every dayExercising regularly can help reduce your risk of developing cancer. Doesn't smoke"There is a strong link between smoking and developing lung or bladder cancer," Landau said.
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Read previewAn oncologist shared for things he does to lower his risk of developing cancer amid rising rates in young adults. The vast majority (88%) of people who develop cancer are over 50, and survival rates have improved in recent decades, according to the American Cancer Society. We know certain risk factors for some cancers, such as smoking, which increases the risk of developing lung cancer. Exercises every dayExercising regularly can help reduce your risk of developing cancer. Doesn't smoke"There is a strong link between smoking and developing lung or bladder cancer," Landau said.
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