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    PAIGE SPIRANAC revealed she had a 'full mental breakdown' and launched her golf club '40 or 50 yards' in the Bahamas. The social media personality was playing in the Derek Jeter invitational and struggling with her game. 6Paige Spiranac said she hurled her golf club '40 or 50 yards' in a 'full mental breakdown'Credit: Instagram / @paige.renee 6She went to the Bahamas to play in the Derek Jeter InvitationalCredit: Instagram / @jeterturn2 Spiranac played the tournament and then stayed behind for extra practice the next day to work on her swing. But she lost her cool after another tee shot went badly wrong. Speaking on her Playing a Round podcast, she said: "The format for the Derek Jeter - the first two days it's a scramble with partners and sponsors and the last day is a celebrity shootout. "I was paired with Derek Jeter and was very excited about it. READ MOREKNUCKLING DOWN Paige VanZant glows in tiny bikini as star puts in gym work for BKFC returndressing down Paige Spiranac reveals moment mom caught her cheating and threatened career...
    White House press secretary Jen Psaki said Monday that President Joe Biden remains confident that 88-year-old Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein can do her job.   'Yes, she's a longtime friend, a proud public servant, and someone he has long enjoyed serving with and working with,' Psaki told DailyMail.com at the press briefing.   Feinstein, one of the longest-serving senators, had long been renowned in Washington for an issue-focused passion and quick wit, but now people who have worked with the California lawmaker for years say she has difficulty recognizing them and repeats the same few talking points.  On Thursdsay, Feinstein said she wouldn't step down from her position before it ends in 2024, despite democratic colleagues saying they're concerned she's 'mentally unfit to serve.'  Feinstein, 88, said she 'regularly' meets with leaders and isn't 'isolated,' after four senators - three of them Democrats - a California Congress member, and three former staffers said that her short-term memory is deteriorating.  'I see people. My attendance is good. I put in the hours. We represent a huge state. And so I’m rather puzzled by...
    ABC Owned Television Stations and Participant have joined forces to present "Our America: Health Equity & COVID," a series of conversations focusing on health equity and supporting the mental health and wellness of our health care workers.The first conversation will be grounded in "The First Wave," a documentary from National Geographic Documentary Films and director Matthew Heineman, and will focus on the issues facing health care workers both since and before the start of the pandemic, as well as the disproportionate impact of COVID-19. It comes on the heels of Congress' passage of the Lorna Breen Health Care Provider Protection Act, which aims to improve mental and behavioral health among health care providers and health care workers, and is a timely reminder of the inequities pervading our health systems.The conversations are moderated by Sandra Bookman of WABC-TV/ABC7 New York's "Here and Now" public affairs program, and KTRK-TV/ABC13 Houston Race and Culture reporter Rosie Nguyen. The panelists include the following: Dr. Nathalie Dougé - A board-certified physician in internal medicine and one of the primary subjects of the documentary...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — It’s going to be a cold weekend for the Chicago area, but we still wanted to find something fun to do outdoors. So CBS 2 Meteorologist Mary Kay Kleist checked out the “Snowshoe with the Goat Crew” program at Reverse the Kerrs Farm in Elgin. READ MORE: CBS 2 Exclusive: Father Speaks After Son Suddenly Dies On Court While Playing Basketball At Away GameGoat Yoga Chicago operates at the farm, and is so popular in the warmer months that they got creative in adding this winter activity to the mix. We all work out to help reduce stress and anxiety, and Goat Yoga Chicago owner Danielle Kerr said she wanted to come up with a fun outdoor activity in the winter to help promote mental health. “Our friends here today are feeding the goats, they’re snowshoeing, getting a little exercise, and it’s a great combination of animal therapy and exercise,” she said. “The goats love it, the people love it, everyone is just full of smiles and laughter, and that’s what it’s all about.” READ...
    (CNN)The 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing features the best winter athletics have to offer. But triple corks and quadruple flips aren't the only things on display -- mental health, and the discussions around it, have also taken a prominent place. Snowboarder Jamie Anderson -- a two-time Olympic gold medalist -- fell multiple times during the women's slopestyle competition, finishing in ninth place. This week, she opened up about the incident, saying the cause was not physical but mental."At the end of the day I just straight up couldn't handle the pressure," Anderson said on social media, per reports. "Had an emotional breakdown the night before finals and my mental health and clarity just hasn't been on par. Looking forward to some time off and self care."Opening up about mental health is becoming increasingly common amongst athletes, after gymnast Simone Biles withdrew from competition at the Tokyo Olympics to "focus on her mental health," as per a statement on the USA Gymnastics' Twitter account at the time. Winter athletes took notice.Read More"I think what Simone did at the last Olympics was...
    A Harvard health professor warned that renewed school closures will have adverse effects on kids' education, physical wellbeing and mental health in a guest essay for the New York Times. A return to virtual learning in the midst of the spread of the omicron variant of COVID-19, would simply be repeating past mistakes, Joseph G. Allen, an associate professor and director of the Healthy Buildings program at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, argued. "The harms to kids from being out of school, on the other hand, are severe," Allen wrote. "They are accumulating. And they could last for decades." Harvard Professor Joseph G. Allen feels masks work, but aren’t necessary for kids.  ( Allison Dinner/Bloomberg via Getty Images) WHITE HOUSE CONSIDERED TEACHERS UNIONS' LABOR DISPUTES BEFORE RELEASING REOPENING GUIDANCE, EMAILS SHOW Allen's first point, which comes with the most direct evidence, is that students' grades tanked in key areas last year. McKinsey research examining COVID-19 effects on the 2020-21 school year found the pandemic left students five months behind on math and four months behind in reading. Schools...
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia Marathon Weekend is here! After a brief hiatus last year due to the pandemic, in-person racing returned to Philly Saturday morning. Some 21,000 runners registered to take part in this weekend’s races. The half marathon and 8k took place Saturday. The full marathon will take place Sunday. It’s the first time in two years the runners are together. The races last year were virtual because of the pandemic. READ MORE: Pregnant Woman Killed In Crescentville Shooting, Philadelphia Police Say“You run off the momentum of other people and you make friends while you’re running, and it’s just an awesome mental high,” Francine Neal, who ran the half marathon, said. While it was a brisk morning for spectators, cool temperatures and a slight breeze is perfect weather for runners. The runners came from all 50 states, 38 countries, and range in age from 11 to 90 years old. This is the 27th year for the Philadelphia Marathon.  The Jadia family came to cheer on their loved ones  “She has been very excited,” Kavita Jadia, who was cheering...
    ‘General Hospital’ Star Out After Transphobic Social Media Post 9 Ways To Increase Your Chances of Millionaire Status The 76ers have on and off and back on again fined Ben Simmons. © Provided by NBC Sports All all the while, he keeps telling the team he isn’t mentally ready to play. Shams Charania of The Athletic: Simmons is also receiving help from mental health professionals, a process he began during the offseason, according to sources. Sources added that Simmons has informed the franchise for months that he is not feeling mentally ready, but that the organization has insisted on attempts to get him to play again. Multiple sources have told The Athletic that Simmons has provided the organization with the names of each of his mental health professionals. The franchise has access to Simmons’ mental health professionals, but those professionals are not able to provide further information to the 76ers without Simmons’ consent due to patient confidentiality. So far, Philadelphia does not have a mental health doctor on its staff with whom Simmons is comfortable, sources say. The Collective...
    More On: joe biden Letters to the Editor — June 18, 2021 Biden signs Juneteenth holiday into law Biden changes rules to open more pathways for migrants Shocking images show 33 migrants crammed into U-Haul amid 100-degree heat More than a dozen Republican House members, led by former Physician to the President Ronny Jackson, have asked President Biden to undergo a cognitive test and release the results “so the American people know the full mental and intellectual health of their President.” “The American people should have absolute confidence in their President,” reads the letter to Biden in part. “They deserve to know that he or she can perform the duties of Head of State and Commander in Chief. They deserve full transparency on the mental capabilities of their highest elected leader.” The letter, which is copied to chief White House medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci and current White House Physician Dr. Kevin O’Connor, claims that Biden’s “mental decline and forgetfulness have become more apparent over the past eighteen months.” Examples Jackson cites of Biden’s “mental decline and forgetfulness” include...
    SAN FRANCISCO (KPIX) — With two months to go before school restarts for the Fall semester, Dr. Monica Gandhi is urging lawmakers, public health officials, and school leaders to return to full in-person classes, citing mounting evidence that it harms children’s mental health and well-being. “I am sounding that alarm,” said Gandhi. “I don’t think I could be any more clear that I think school closures have been harmful.” READ MORE: Santa Rosa Police Investigate Park Shooting; Female Victim Critical Gandhi is referencing a new study, scheduled for release Friday, in which she and UCSF colleague Dr. Jeanne Noble, have compiled statewide adolescent suicide rates. Early findings show for those under 18 years old, there has been a 24 percent increase in suicides from 2019 to 2020. However, for adults in that same time period, the suicide rate decreased 10 percent. The alarming trend has been seen in Colorado, where Children’s Hospital Colorado has declared a “pediatric mental health state of emergency”. At their campus in Aurora, mental health emergency visits rose 90 percent from 2019 to 2021. Now, CHC...
    Maintaining one’s mental health has been increasingly more difficult throughout the pandemic. COVID-19 has increased the amount of stress that many people are under on a day-to-day basis. In addition to the fear of getting sick, people have to deal with other effects of the pandemic such as food insecurity, job loss, not being able to go outside as often, and less social interaction. These secondary effects of coronavirus are all collapsing together to cause a mental health crisis. Source: TODAY/YouTube Unfortunately, mental healthcare can be expensive and people have struggled to gain access to it for a long time before the pandemic. Even people who have insurance may be unable to get their mental healthcare covered by their insurance provider. Many insurance companies will deny coverage of various mental health services by saying that said services are not “medically necessary.” Oftentimes, it can also be difficult for people to find in-network mental health treatment options. These policies are greedy and have resulted in deaths that could have been prevented. In 2016, for example, a 21-year-old named Max was in...
    With police dealing more and more frequently with calls involving mental health crises, San Jose Police Department is taking a significant step toward changing how officers respond to those situations in a move lauded by health professionals. A pilot program launched in October to connect dedicated San Jose police officers with behavioral health clinicians to respond to escalating mental health emergencies across Santa Clara County will now become a permanent full-time unit in the San Jose Police Department, a department spokesperson confirmed Friday. The decision, first reported by NBC Bay Area, comes less than a week after officers in the police department’s Mobile Crisis Response Team responded to the bludgeoning and stabbing of a decades-old 65-pound tortoise named Michelangelo with a garden post in a San Jose preschool garden. The mobile crisis response team arrested the suspect, George Robles, booked him on charges of felony vandalism and animal abuse at the Santa Clara County jail and placed him on a 72-hour mental health evaluation hold, though he was released sooner and arrested again when he returned to the preschool just...
    Baywatch star Jeremy Jackson's homeless ex-wife has been spotted digging through trash on the streets of Los Angeles, more than two years after first being seen living in a desolate state, exclusive DailyMail.com photos show. Loni Willison was first discovered to be homeless by DailyMail.com in October of 2018, highlighting a terrible turn of fortune for the former model. The 37-year-old's hair was cropped short and she admitted she hadn't showered in a year in attempt to keep herself 'dirty as possible so no one assaults me' after becoming homeless in 2016. Although an old friend attempted to get her help and a drug rehab specialist offered her $90,000 of free treatment, Loni returned to the streets and hadn't been seen again until October 2020. Loni, who divorced Jackson in 2014, was seen this week picking through garbage in Santa Monica and pulling a Whole Foods shopping cart full of her belongings along a busy street while eating what appeared to be a piece of bread. She has also been spotted rummaging through a dumpster wearing several layers of clothes,...
    KIM Kardashian will go for full custody of her four kids with Kanye West as the power couple call it quits in an explosive divorce, The Sun can exclusively confirm.  The reality star - who hired “disso queen”  attorney Laura Wasser - “won’t back down” when it comes to her children as their highly-publicized split turns “ugly,” an insider revealed. ???? Read our Kim Kardashian live blog for the latest very latest news, gossip and updates on her divorce from Kanye… 13Kim Kardashian will 'go for full custody of her four kids' with Kanye Credit: Instagram 13The reality star is reportedly 'done' with her rapper husband Credit: Getty Images - Getty A source close to Kim, 40, told The Sun that their divorce may seem “amicable” at first but things will “get ugly” as they battle for custody.  “Neither of them want to seem like the loser in this divorce and they both will fight hard for their kids.  “Kim has made it clear she wants full custody so if Kanye tries to fight her on that, the custody battle...
    As we approach the end of 2020, our nation’s mental health is the worst it has been in decades. That’s not my opinion — it’s the findings of a recent report from Gallup, which has asked Americans about the state of their mental health since 2001. This year, nearly one-fourth of Americans rated their mental health as "fair" or "poor," the most significant decline in our country’s psychological well being on record. The sad truth is these findings won’t surprise anyone who has lived through 2020. A global pandemic, social unrest, an economic downturn, a polarizing election: you name it. This year has thrown us a litany of challenges that would burden anyone’s mental well being. Even as we hear news that a vaccine for the coronavirus is now available — a veritable Christmas miracle! —it may take months before it reaches the average person. JACK GRAHAM: CHRISTMAS 2020 MAY NOT BE A TRADITIONALLY HAPPY ONE, BUT HERE ARE 3 WAYS TO MAKE IT JOYFUL Doctors have warned we still face a "very dark winter" ahead, leading one commentator to pronounce...
    Michael Cohen, Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer, recently spoke to Politico senior staff writer Michael Kruse about his former boss’ mental state and didn’t appear to be optimistic. “His fragile ego has never been tested to this extent,” he said. “As each day ends, Trump knows he’s one day closer to legal and financial troubles. Accordingly, we will all see his behavior deteriorate until it progresses into a full mental breakdown.” Kruse claimed that the “unprecedented rebuke” of the 2020 election that favored Trump’s rival — Democrat Joe Biden — along with his “uncommonly vulnerable ego” has sparked speculation that the head of state is headed for mental trouble. But while Cohen believes trouble is coming, Yale psychiatrist Bandy X. Lee believes a mental breakdown has been taking place over the last four years. “We’re at a stage now where his detachment from reality is pretty much complete and his symptoms are as severe as can be,” she said. According to Lee, Trump is like a “car without functioning brakes.” Like Trump, the car might look fine as it outraces...
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