Dangerous bacteria found in ground meat samples, Consumer Reports tests show
How safe is the ground meat you feed your family? Consumer Reports tested hundreds of samples of ground beef, chicken, pork and turkey and found dangerous and potentially deadly bacteria in some samples purchased from stores around the country.
Shootings near Milwaukee Bucks playoff game prompt curfew
Downtown Milwaukee will be under a limited curfew for the rest of the weekend and a massive watch party scheduled for Sunday has been called off after 21 people were injured in three separate shootings near an entertainment district where thousands gathered for an NBA playoff game.
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Tennessee resumes most vaccine outreach to minors paused after GOP backlash
Tennessee Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey said in a news conference that the state would restart its outreach recommending vaccines for children and teens, which includes offering the vaccine at events on school property as early as next week.washingtonpost.com
Will the recent news about the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine and its potential increased health concerns cause you not to get that specific vaccine until more information is known?
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Yes, there WAS good news coming out of 2020
Yes, there WAS good news coming out of 2020 The pandemic offered an opportunity for advances in science and technology to help see us through a troubling time. Correspondent David Pogue reminds us of some of the often-overshadowed bright spots of the past year.cbsnews.com
One year later: Watch as WWII veteran performs national anthem for captivated crowd
Last year around this time, the U.S. womens national soccer team took on Mexico in a friendly exhibition game in New Jersey. World War II veteran Pete DuPr, also known as Harmonica Pete, gave the crowd his rendition of the national anthem before the pre-Memorial Day game kicked off -- and to say its worth your 2 minutes, 44 seconds is a massive understatement. 96-year-old World War II veteran Pete DuPr played the national anthem on a harmonica before the @USWNT match pic.twitter.com/TP3ggIF3z9 ESPN (@espn) May 26, 2019The sweetness doesnt stop there. Were losing our World War II veterans at an alarming rate of about 348 per day, according to the Department of Veterans Affairs. Of the more than 16 million Americans who served in World War II, fewer than 500,000 were still alive in 2018, the Washington Post reported last year.