New York post : living
20h40 15  janvier
Humane Society: 97 cats survive house fire; some injured
Associated Press
PERINTON, N.Y. Nearly 100 cats have survived a house fire in a town outside Rochester, New York, according to an animal protection group. The Lollypop Farm shelter had been told as many as 70 cats lived in the Perinton home when it caught fire. But its workers had rescued 97 cats as of late...
20h19 15  janvier
Tourists’ are flying to Florida to score COVID-19 vaccine early
Hannah Sparks
Florida Dept. of Health asks residents to report vaccine tourism.
19h41 15  janvier
Betty White is turning 99: Here are her best quotes and moments ever
Rob Bailey-Millado
After more than 80 years in showbiz, Betty is still a sure bet.
19h38 15  janvier
Migrant caravan on the move in Honduras in uncertain times
Associated Press
SAN PEDRO SULA, Honduras Honduran migrants began walking toward the Guatemalan border before dawn Friday, driven by deepening poverty and the hope of a warmer reception if they can reach the United States border. They quickly dispersed along the heavily-trafficked highway to the border town of...
19h38 15  janvier
Spain rejects COVID confinement as most of Europe stays home
Associated Press
MADRID While most of Europe kicked off 2021 with earlier curfews or stay-at-home orders, authorities in Spain insist the new coronavirus variant causing havoc elsewhere is not to blame for a sharp resurgence of cases and that the country can avoid a full lockdown even as its hospitals fill up....
19h24 15  janvier
Texas man’s obituary with poignant life lessons will bring you to tears
Zachary Kussin
His life ended quickly, but he didn’t want his exit to be meaningless. Lonnie Dillard, 75, of Austin, Texas, who died Dec. 18 just more than one month after receiving a stage-four pancreatic cancer diagnosis, avoided the typical stale obituary format by taking matters into his own hands. And...
19h14 15  janvier
Coronavirus treatment with umbilical cord-derived stem cells shows promise
Fox News
After a small study suggested stem cells from umbilical cords offered coronavirus patients a safe treatment, boosting survival rates and fast-tracking recovery, outside experts are echoing calls for large, multicenter clinical trials to conclude efficacy. The anti-inflammatory effects from so...
19h13 15  janvier
Ripped personal trainer got jacked through vegan diet
Suzy Weiss
This beefy Argentine swears by a plant-based diet.
19h10 15  janvier
Casino mogul and Jewish patriot’ Adelson buried in Jerusalem
JERUSALEM US casino magnate Sheldon Adelson was buried on Friday on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem, a city that he fought for years to have recognized as Israel’s capital. Mourners dressed in black some in skullcaps and all wearing masks laid Adelson’s unadorned coffin to rest, accompanied...
17h09 15  janvier
City in Brazil running out of oxygen as COVID-19 surges
MANAUS, Brazil The Brazilian state of Amazonas is running out of oxygen during a renewed surge in COVID-19 deaths, its government said on Thursday, with media reporting that people on respirators were dying of suffocation in hospitals. The state has made a dramatic appeal to the United States to...
16h09 15  janvier
Amtrak CEO calls for Congress to expand TSA’s No Fly List’ to rail passenger service
Fox News
Amtrak is responding to the largest union of rail workers calling for heightened security in Washington DC ahead of Inauguration Day travel. We join our labor partners in continuing to call upon Congress and the Administration to make assaults against rail workers a Federal crime, as it is for...
16h03 15  janvier
Elementary school teacher tells students to select their oppressive identities
Fox News
A third grade teacher in Cupertino, Calif., reportedly hosted a lesson in which students were required to identify aspects of their identity that were either privileged or oppressed. The lesson is the latest in a series of incidents around the country that raised questions about how critical race...
15h57 15  janvier
Yes, Neanderthals and humans had cave sex but did they kiss?
Ben Cost
Researchers have revealed details of these interspecies sex sessions.
15h51 15  janvier
Struggling Brooklyn bartenders sell sexy’ 20.21 pinup calendar
Hannah Frishberg
This pairs well with a stiff drink on the rocks.
14h58 15  janvier
Mentally ill woman locked in cage by family seen in disturbing video
Rob Bailey-Millado
This is not an isolated incident in a nation where nearly 50 million people are living in poverty.
22h57 14  janvier
How mice can catch’ pain and pain relief from each other
Hannah Sparks
I feel your pain.
22h24 14  janvier
Low-carb diet linked to remission of Type 2 diabetes
Hannah Sparks
Researchers say the diet could help balance lifestyle and medication use among diabetics.
20h47 14  janvier
Venice launches tourist tracking system to follow your every move
The Sun
Next time you head to Venice on holiday, you’ll be watched the whole time thanks to a new system which can track where you are from and even how fast you walk. The Italian city has launched the Venice Smart Control Room which follows tourist behavior, which hopes to control the number of visitors...
20h34 14  janvier
Hong Kong internet firm blocked website over security law
Associated Press
HONG KONG A Hong Kong internet service provider on Thursday said it had blocked access to a pro-democracy website to comply with the city’s national security law. In a statement emailed on Thursday, Hong Kong Broadband Network said that it had disabled access to HKChronicles, a website which...
20h24 14  janvier
Pregnant influencer Emily Mitchell’s cause of death revealed
Lauren Steussy
A medical examiner has determined the cause of death for Emily Mitchell, a lifestyle influencer who tragically died, along with her unborn child, just days before Christmas.