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    (CNN)When it comes to a stroke, acting fast is key."Time lost is brain lost. Every minute counts," according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.A stroke is a serious medical event and can lead to disability or even death if not treated quickly, said Dr. Andrew Freeman, director of clinical cardiology and cardiovascular prevention at National Jewish Health. Task forces updated guidelines do not recommend daily aspirin for heart health for most adultsAnd they are common: Someone in the US has a stroke every 40 seconds, according to the CDC.US Sen. Chris Van Hollen, a Democrat from Maryland, announced Sunday that he had suffered a "minor stroke." That same day, Pennsylvania Lt. Gov. John Fetterman announced he was recovering after a stroke.Read MoreIn light of the news -- and National Stroke Awareness Month -- experts are urging members of the public to learn more about the signs of stroke, so they are able to identify them and get medical help early.What a stroke actually is"A heart attack is a heart attack, and a brain attack is a stroke,"...
    YOUR morning cup of Joe could be putting you at risk of a heart attack, scientists have warned. The controversial findings serve as a warning to those who like to drink more than one coffee per day. 1How you take your coffee could set you up for higher cholesterol, research suggestsCredit: Getty Naturally occurring chemicals in coffee have previously been linked with higher levels of cholesterol in the blood - a risk factor for heart problems, including stroke.  However, there is also an abundance of science that suggests coffee consumption is good for heart health and longevity.  In the new study, a team of academics from Norway examined information from more than 21,000 people over the age of 40 who live in Tromso, Norway. Espresso coffee consumption was “significantly” linked to higher blood cholesterol levels, the researchers said.  Read more on dietFULL UP I’m a behaviour expert & there are 6 types of overeating - which are you guilty of?BABY BLUES I'm a fertility expert and you must eat these foods if you want to get pregnant Three to five...
    Authorities confirmed that two Molotov cocktails were used to firebomb the offices of a prominent Wisconsin anti-abortion lobbying group over the weekend. During the attack, vandals also spray painted the walls with the chilling message: 'If abortions aren't safe you aren't either.' No one has been arrested and there are no suspects in custody in the fire that was discovered early Sunday morning. It was spotted when someone driving to Madison's nearby airport noticed flames coming from the office building that is home to Wisconsin Family Action, Madison Police Chief Shon Barnes said at a news conference on Monday.  Barnes added that there is no evidence that this act was an 'inside job.' One Molotov cocktail thrown into the Wisconsin Family Action office failed to ignite and the investigation is ongoing as to whether the second one did, the police chief said, although a room at the foundation was badly-damaged by fire.  Wisconsin Family Action is a non-profit organization that supports pro-life measures. The attack comes just days after a leaked U.S. Supreme Court opinion revealed that the court may...
    Dave Chappelle told a small crowd how he 'hates this city' during a secret show at a Los Angeles comedy club, where he revealed he spoke to his attacker and joked Chris Rock 'at least got smacked by someone of repute.' Only two nights after being brutally attacked by Isaiah Lee, 23, at the Hollywood Bowl, Chappelle, 48, hosted a secret show at LA's Comedy Store's secret 70-chair room the Belly Room on Thursday. Fans spent $160 per ticket, according to the Hollywood Reporter, to see the 'secret show' that was advertised as having an unnamed star comedian. Rumors swirled that the comedian was a last-minute addition and fans quickly lined up to get a chance to see the special performance. In attendance was Kim Kardashian, Sean 'Diddy' Combs, musician Yasiin Bey, and fellow comedian Jeff Ross - all of who were reportedly a part of Chappelle's lineup for his Tuesday show. Chris Rock, who famously got slapped by Will Smith at the Oscars, was also in attendance on Tuesday, and joined the famed jokester on stage on Thursday. He joked...
    Getty/Twitter A screengrab from a video circulating on Twitter that shows a person tackling Dave Chappelle on stage. Isaiah Lee was identified as the man suspected of attacking Dave Chappelle live on stage during his Netflix is a Joke performance in Hollywood. The 23-year-old Lee is being held on $30,000 bond after the May 3, 2022, incident TMZ reports. Videos show and police say the man jumped on stage during the comedian’s live performance in Hollywood and tackled him in an incident captured on video and circulating on Twitter. Read on to watch videos of the incident and the aftermath. The LAPD said the man was taken into custody without incident. Chappelle was not injured. Here’s what you need to know:1. The Los Angeles Police Department Said the Man Was Armed With a Fake Gun & a Knife The Hollywood Bowl show with the legendary Dave Chappelle was crazy. Just happy everyone’s ok. pic.twitter.com/Jji0mv2ub6 Read More From Heavy How You Can Help Ukraine: Verified Charities, GoFundMe & Ways to Support Ukrainians — Jimmy Carr (@jimmycarr) May 4, 2022...
    FURIOUS Manchester United supporters let their team have it big time before Cristiano Ronaldo rescued them against Norwich. The Red Devils threw away a two-goal lead against the basement boys but still managed to claim the points thanks to the Portuguese legend. 3Paul Pogba was booed by his own fans as he was substituted against Norwich CityCredit: PA 3The French midfielder was also subjected to an X-rated chantCredit: Reuters After netting both first half goals, the 37-year-old grabbed his hat-trick with a brilliant free-kick late on. But the mood had turned sour prior to that moment of magic after Kieran Dowell and Teemu Pukki levelled it up with quickfire strikes either side of the break. A large group of disgruntled fans at Old Trafford started to chant: “You’re not fit to wear the shirt.” And boo boy favourite Paul Pogba also came in for heavy criticism. READ MORE FOOTBALLMan Utd news Old Trafford protests, Matic to quit Man Utd in summer, Ten Hag updates The French World Cup winner, who is out of contract in the summer, was replaced by...
    You play to win the game, right? At least, according to Herm Edwards. But one coach may have taken that anecdote too far when he intervened in the closing minutes of a soccer match by stopping the ball himself. This happened over the weekend in the Spanish fifth tier when Villanueva Del Pardillo F.C. and Colmnar Viejo met for a match. The score was tied 1-1 going into extra time when an assistant coach for Colmnar Viejo ran onto the pitch and stopped the ball. And that’s when things got ugly. Take a look. Have you ever seen anything like this? ???? A Villanueva del Pardillo coach was SENT OFF after entering the pitch to stop a counter-attack against his team in the 89th minute! ????pic.twitter.com/4uJiEFIpKp — Sky Sports Football (@SkyFootball) April 12, 2022 Never have I seen such a deliberate interruption by a coach, and the referee was quick to issue the red card, but that isn’t enough of a punishment for breaking up a counterattack. Plus, Pardillo players wanted to give the coach a piece...
    Former federal prosecutor and current MSNBC legal analyst Glenn Kirschner told SiriusXM host Stephanie Miller that Ivanka Trump “incriminated Donald Trump” when she testified to the Jan. 6 committee this week. On Friday’s episode of  The Stephanie Miller Show, Ms. Miller asked Kirshner about Ms. Trump’s 8 hours of testimony this week. Mr. Kirschner expressed certainty that the former first daughter incriminated her father: MR. KIRSCHNER: They sat down, they testified, and what they did is they incriminated Donald Trump, and I can tell you how. MS. MILLER: Yeah, OK. MR. KIRSCHNER: Here’s how. Keith Kellogg. OK, that was. Vice President Mike Pence’s national security adviser said in real time as the attack on the Capitol was in progress. “We all went into the Oval Office and told him, told the president, please call off the attack, condemn the violence. Stop your dogs.” Right? Paraphrasing that last one. and Donald Trump refused, according to Keith Kellogg, a retired military general and Pence’s national security adviser. He’s not as bad as many of the others that were in Trump’s orbit. And then, he said,...
    North Carolina state Sen. Chuck Edwards released a political ad Monday suggesting incumbent Rep. Madison Cawthorn is more interested in being a 'celebrity' than working for his district.     'Here in the mountains, we don’t seek the limelight. We put our heads down and get to work,' Edwards says in the short clip. 'If you want a celebrity, go watch the Kardashians.'   Cawthorn rattled his GOP House colleagues by suggesting orgies and cocaine use are rampant in Washington, D.C. - and that they take part.  He damaged himself enough politically for North Carolina Sen. Tom Tillis to endorse Edwards.      Tillis said Cawthorn had 'fallen well short of the most basic standard western North Carolina expects from their representatives.' North Carolina state Sen. Chuck Edwards released a political ad Monday suggesting incumbent Rep. Madison Cawthorn is more interested in being a 'celebrity' than working for his district  Earlier Monday, Rep. Madison Cawthorn tried to change the subject by giving a floor speech in opposition of trans women. He's been under fire for days over his cocaine and orgy comments  Earlier Monday, Cawthorn...
    President Joe Biden scoffed at Fox News White House correspondent Peter Doocy on Monday over how the United States would respond were Russia to launch a chemical attack in Ukraine. “When you said a chemical weapon used by Russia would trigger a response in kind–” asked Doocy, referring to Biden’s threat last week at NATO headquarters in Brussels. “It will trigger a significant response,” said Biden. “What does that mean?” asked Doocy. “I’m not going to tell you,” replied Biden. “Why would I tell you? You gotta be silly.” Doocy also challenged Biden on what appeared to be a few gaffes during his trip to Europe. These included calling for Putin to no longer be in power, that U.S. troops would be in Ukraine, and what would happen were there to be a Russian chemical attack in Ukraine. On the first part, Biden clarified that he meant what he said, though he implied that there wouldn’t be U.S. intervention to enact regime change. On the second, he said he was referring to U.S. troops training Ukrainian soldiers in Poland, where Biden visited U.S. troops last...
    A decorated Naval doctor described rescuing Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall, who was wounded by Russian forces in the fighting outside Kyiv and trapped in the combat zone in need of medical care. Bronze Star recipient Dr. Richard Jadick, 56, the most decorated combat doctor from the war in Iraq, told Fox News that he was teaching a course in Tennessee when he was called by combat rescue organization 'Save Our Allies' that they needed his help evacuating Americans. 'I got the call, headed home. Got myself packed, got on an airplane and let my family know where I was going,' Jadick told Fox host Martha MacCallum. 'It was later on in the week that we got the call to move to Kyiv, that we had to evacuate a critically wounded patient.' Bronze Star recipient Dr. Richard Jadick, 56, the most decorated combat doctor from the war in Iraq described rescuing Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall, who was wounded by Russian forces in the fighting outside Kyiv and trapped in the combat zone in need of medical care Wounded FOX News reporter...
    Supporters of former President Donald Trump clash with police and security forces as they stormed the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. on Jan. 6, 2021. In the days after federal prosecutors named the Proud Boys leader and five other accused insurrectionists in a federal indictment related to the January 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol, a Pennsylvania media group tracked down the name of another man allegedly linked to the planning of the insurrection. Federal prosecutors identified the man, believed to be an “upper tier” member of the Proud Boys, only as Person 3, a resident of Carlisle, Pennsylvania, LNP reported on its news website Lancaster Online on Saturday. Person 3 is accused of taking part in an “encrypted message group” that the now-indicted Proud Boys leader Henry “Enrique” Tarrio and others allegedly used to toss around ideas for blocking the certification of President Joe Biden's November 2020 election win. LNP tracked down the identity of Person 3 using his reported alias “Johnny Blackbeard.” The news site determined the pseudonym belongs to John Charles Stewart, a member of the Harrisburg chapter of the Proud Boys....
    HAVING a healthy heart is key to our overall health. A handy online tool now allows you to find out how healthy your heart is and how you can cut your risk of a heart attack or stroke. 2An online tool can help you understand the health of your heart and what you can do to prevent strokes and heart attacksCredit: Getty 2The heart calculator will tell you your estimated heart age as well as what age you will get to before there's a chance you will have a heart attack or a strokeCredit: NHS After years of declining rates of heart attacks, experts have warned numbers are on the rise again. Ischaemic heart disease was the main leading cause of death in private homes in England and Wales between January 2020 and November 2021. Meanwhile, male deaths were 18 per cent higher than pre-pandemic and female deaths were up 10 per cent.  University of Oxford experts said the most marked increases were in women aged 40 to 49 and men aged 15 to 34. If you're worried about your heart health...
    The mother of a New York firefighter beaten to death by a gang member after a minor collision of their cars sobbed in court on Friday as her son's killer was sentenced to 25 years to life in prison. Judge Vincent Del Giudice, sentencing 33-year-old Joseph Desmond, said he was a dangerous, unrepentant individual who should spend the rest of his life behind bars. 'It is this court's earnest hope and desire that you never, ever be released from prison,' Del Giudice said. Desmond murdered Faizal Coto, 33, on December 9, 2018, near the Verrazzano Bridge which links the boroughs of Staten Island and Brooklyn in New York City.  Coto, a three-year veteran of the FDNY, bumped into Desmond's car and pulled over to exchange insurance information. Desmond approached Coto, struck him in the head with a heavy object and fled - later being arrested at a New Jersey motel. Coto later died from multiple skull fractures. Prosecutors say Desmond was a gang member from Staten Island who was once convicted on hate crimes charges for attacking a gay man...
    MIAMI (CBSMiami) – Russia’s attack on Ukraine has sent shockwaves around the globe, and many people are feeling stress, anxiety, and fear. There is heartache for those in Ukraine suffering from the violence, uncertainty about what’s to come, powerlessness watching the events unfold, and even trauma from devastating images coming out of the region, psychologists say. READ MORE: Florida House Unanimously Passes 'Coolest Tax Package'Feelings of those around the world observing the conflict may pale in comparison to the pain of those within it, but that does not mean they aren’t worth caring for, said Wendy Rice, a psychologist based in Tampa, Florida. “You are not going to do yourself or anyone else any good if you are too consumed,” Rice said. There are many valid reasons why an international crisis might be hitting you close to home, said Chloe Carmichael, a New York-based therapist and author of “Nervous Energy: Harness the Power of Your Anxiety.” Fortunately, there are also many things you can do to help address them.Low emotional reservesThis conflict is coming on the heels of another international trauma: the...
    (CNN)Russia's attack on Ukraine has sent shockwaves around the globe, and many people are feeling stress, anxiety and fear.There is heartache for those in Ukraine suffering from the violence, uncertainty about what's to come, powerlessness watching the events unfold, and even trauma from devastating images coming out of the region, psychologists say.Battle for Ukrainian capital underway as Russian troops seek to encircle KyivFeelings of those around the world observing the conflict may pale in comparison to the pain of those within it, but that does not mean they aren't worth caring for, said Wendy Rice, a psychologist based in Tampa, Florida."You are not going to do yourself or anyone else any good if you are too consumed," Rice said.There are many valid reasons why an international crisis might be hitting you close to home, said Chloe Carmichael, a New York-based therapist and author of "Nervous Energy: Harness the Power of Your Anxiety." Fortunately, there are also many things you can do to help address them. Read MoreLow emotional reserves This conflict is coming on the heels of another international trauma:...
    MOSCOW (AP) — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday announced a military operation in Ukraine and warned other countries that any attempt to interfere with the Russian action would lead to “consequences you have never seen.” He said the attack was needed to protect civilians in eastern Ukraine — a claim the U.S. had predicted he would falsely make to justify an invasion. In a televised address, Putin accused the U.S. and its allies of ignoring Russia’s demand to prevent Ukraine from joining NATO and offer Moscow security guarantees. He said Russia doesn’t intend to occupy Ukraine but will move to “demilitarize” it and bring those who committed crimes to justice. As Putin spoke before dawn, big explosions were heard in Kyiv, Kharkiv, Odessa and other cities across Ukraine. U.S. President Joe Biden in a written statement condemned the “unprovoked and unjustified attack” on Ukraine and he promised that the U.S. and its allies “will hold Russia accountable.” Biden said he planned to speak to Americans on Thursday after a meeting of the Group of Seven leaders. More sanctions against...
    Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine and gave a chilling warning to its allies in the west in an early Thursday morning address in Moscow. Explosions were heard in Kiev, the Ukrainian capital, as Putin announcing that Russia was launching a military attack on the Ukraine. 'To anyone who would consider interfering from the outside - if you do, you will face consequences greater than any you have faced in history,’ he said on a television broadcast around 6am Moscow time. The United Nations Security Council had just convened an emergency meeting Wednesday night. Earlier Wednesday, European and U.S. officials rushed to place more economic sanctions on Russia in response to its deployments of troops to eastern Ukraine. Russian President Vladimir Putin declared war on Ukraine and gave a chilling warning to its allies in the west in an early Thursday morning address  Tomorrow morning, President Joe Biden plans to meet with his G7 counterparts and will speak to the American people to announce the ‘further consequences the United States and our Allies and partners will impose on...
    U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Linda Thomas-GreenfieldLinda Thomas-GreenfieldSunday shows preview: Justice Breyer announces retirement from Supreme Court It's time for Biden to keep his promises on Israel and the UN Top US diplomat calls for 'sustained and substantive dialogue' with North Korea MORE said on Sunday that Russia would not have amassed such a large military presence along the Ukrainian border without the intention of using it. "We've seen the Russian playbook before. They are using disinformation. They're encouraging Ukrainians not to worry about an attack, but we know that the attack is possible," Thomas-Greenfield said on ABC's "This Week." "You don't amass 100,000 troops if you don't have intentions to use them," she added of the Russian troops along the border. Her remarks come as concerns about a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine mount. Last week, President BidenJoe BidenRussia relocates naval exercises due to Irish concerns UK's Johnson says he's ordered armed forces to prepare for deployment next week amid Ukraine tensions Youngkin sparks Democratic backlash in Virginia MORE announced that he would send a small number of...
    Veteran David Russell said he “can’t forget” that day 80 years ago on December 7, 1941 when Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese as he prepares to travel back to Hawaii for the anniversary. Russell, who was a U.S. Navy Seaman 1st Class at the time of the attack, said when the bombs started dropping he and hundreds of other servicemen on the USS Oklahoma went below deck for safety. The comments were noted by ABC 6 News in a piece published Monday. (RELATED: Only Five USS Arizona Survivors Are Still Living — But None Can Attend Memorial Services This Year) When Japanese bombs began falling on Pearl Harbor, U.S. Navy Seaman 1st Class David Russell first sought refuge below deck on the USS Oklahoma. But a split-second decision on that December morning 80 years ago changed his mind, and likely saved his life. https://t.co/e5IZWOPvkJ pic.twitter.com/bBxka1181N — CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) December 6, 2021 “They started closing that hatch,” he added. “And I decided to get out of there.” (RELATED: Watching ‘Band Of Brothers’ Never Gets Old. Here’s Why It’s Such...