Category Archives: News

What It’s Like to Be a COVID-19 Contact Tracer

What is contract tracing? Kimberly Jocelyn spends her days sharing information with people who have tested positive for the coronavirus and their close contacts who may have been exposed. Maybe you think you’ve had symptoms of COVID-19 or are just curious if you’ve been exposed to the novel coronavirus. There are expert contact tracers helping… Read More »

Voting Twice? Trump Creates a New Headache for Election Officials – The New York Times

By encouraging North Carolina voters to test the integrity of the elections system by casting both mail and in-person ballots, and repeating some of the same claims in a series of tweets on Thursday, President Trump seemed to mimic a cynical slogan originating in 20th Century machine politics: Vote early and often. Indeed, Mr. Trump’s… Read More »

Juan Pablo Galavis Is So Pissed About Clare Crawley’s New ‘Bachelorette’ Promo

Clare Crawley’s ex, Bachelor Juan Pablo Galavis, is pissed about being included in her Bachelorette promos. Warning: spoilers about how Clare’s Bachelorette season ends below! ABC finally gifted the world a brand new Bachelorette promo, featuring Clare Crawley fully making out with Dale Moss—who, spoiler alert, she ended up quitting the show for and getting… Read More »

FDA Approves Xaracoll (bupivacaine hydrochloride) Implant for Acute Postsurgical Pain Relief Following Open Inguinal Hernia Repair

FDA Approves Xaracoll (bupivacaine hydrochloride) Implant for Acute Postsurgical Pain Relief Following Open Inguinal Hernia Repair Print this page ATHLONE, Ireland, Aug. 31, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — Innocoll Holdings Limited, a specialty pharmaceutical company and portfolio business of Gurnet Point Capital, announced today that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Xaracoll  for acute… Read More »

4 Pushup Variations to Pump Up Your Workout

Men’s Health/Eric Rosati When you drop down to pushup, are you really considering what you’re doing? You’ve probably been pumping through the bodyweight staple since elementary school, so it’s easy to think you know just about everything about the exercise. The movement is pretty simple, after all—what you’re doing is literally in the name. But… Read More »

This Is Why Your Knees Hurt When It Rains

There are studies that people have more joint pain when cold or rainy weather is coming. And there are studies that find that there’s no relationship between the weather and joint pain. “There are a slew of scientists who think associating joint pain with rain is akin to a rodent predicting an extended winter,” says… Read More »