We’re still dealing with the repercussions of a global pandemic, and in the midst of it all we’re struggling with the usual: an unstable economic situation, a constricted political sphere, and raging battles on the social/cultural front. Then life starts to return to the city after months of social distancing […]

Today’s action is at Downpatrick and Dundalk, where racing has been put back by an hour to enable jockeys (and many others) to attend the funeral of the legendary Pat Smullen, which will take place in his beloved Rhode in County Offaly at 2pm. The Michael O’Callaghan-trained Coulthard, third to […]

Not long after I (and many others) started working from home, I realized there wasn’t going to be an easy substitute for all the walking I did while commuting, picking up lunch, and meeting up with friends after work. It was my most regular form of exercise, and overnight, the […]

These everyday habits could be the reason for your current (and future) digestive unrest. You’ve sworn off winter comfort foods until next year, you’ve just signed up to a new fitness challenge and your annual spring-clean is well underway. But while you’re prepping hard for summer, the choices you’re making […]

During the first presidential debate on Tuesday, Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden pushed back against President Trump’s claims that Democrats want socialized medicine in America, saying that he himself is the Democratic party and therefore sets the party’s platform. Biden began by saying the president had “made it clear he […]

YAKIMA, Wash. Two hospital nurses have filed a complaint with the Washington State Department of Health arguing that staffing and sanitation practices are putting patients and staff at risk during the pandemic. Sylvia Keller and Alice Westphal said Virginia Mason Memorial has been dangerously understaffed, resulting in nurses working every […]

Tensions have risen in the ongoing clash between emergency medicine physicians and the advanced practice professionals (APPs) who specialize in their discipline over the latter group’s use of terms like “residency” and “fellowship” in postgraduate training programs. Last month, nearly all professional organizations representing emergency physicians issued a joint statement […]

Brazilian-born trendsetter Jayma Cardoso helped put Montauk on the map when she launched The Surf Lodge in 2007 — transforming the sleepy fishing town into a popular party destination with live music performed by stars like John Legend. But with COVID-19 crashing the party, Cardoso has been working on transforming […]

Ruth Carrico and Delanor Manson, Opinion contributors Published 6:50 a.m. ET Oct. 1, 2020 | Updated 8:21 a.m. ET Oct. 1, 2020 The Kentucky Nurses Association encourages all residents to be vaccinated against influenza, stay current on recommended vaccinations and be prepared to be vaccinated against COVID-19 upon FDA release. Immunization […]

Dr. Peter Viccellio, a professor of emergency medicine at Stony Brook University Hospital on Long Island, has seen many Covid-19 patients during his hours in the emergency room. A touch of playfulness and kindly humor, he said, has helped to ease an enormously painful situation for both his patients and […]

Mental health and wellness for kids and adults are the goals driving Geneva Yoga, a nonprofit organization based in Provo. Next month, the organization will be partnering with Provo Recreation to help community members to increase their health in these areas. Geneva Yoga provides yoga and meditation classes for kids, […]