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The New Yorker April 6, 2020

The New Yorker April 6, 2020 | The New Yorker. -. -. -. -. -. -. - The New YorkerThe New Yorker. REPORTING. More Reporting. THE CRITICS. - A Critic at Large. Pandemics And The Shape Of Human History. Outbreaks Have Sparked Riots And Propelled Public-Health Innovations, Prefigured Revolutions And Redrawn Maps. - Books. The History Of Loneliness. Until A Century Or So Ago, Almost No One Lived Alone; Now Many Endure Shutdowns And Lockdowns On ... Full story

Report Claims Virus Death Toll in Wuhan Over 10x China’s Official Number [Opinion]

A report by Breitbart has revealed that there has been rising skepticism of the numbers of deceased being reported by Chinese Authorities as a result of the coronavirus, as reports from eyewitnesses in Wuhan described numbers drastically higher than the Communist Party is advertising to the world. The entire of Wuhan was under an intense authoritarian lockdown for months authorities took extreme measures like welding the doors shut of people ... Full story

New York’s Death Toll Nears 2k as Tri-State Cases Surpass 100,000; All NYC Playgrounds Close

- New York has now reported more cases than China's Hubei province, where the pandemic started; many on the front lines are getting infected, some have already died. - Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday the state would close down NYC playgrounds and leave open spaces available. - More than 105,000 in the tri-state area have now tested positive for COVID-19; nearly 2,300 have died, including first responders. The tri-state area has now seen more ... Full story

Visitors barred from nursing homes until Apr 30 after COVID-19 cases detected in old age home

SINGAPORE: No visitors will be allowed at all nursing homes in Singapore for the month of April, said the Ministry of Health (MOH) and Agency for Integrated Care (AIC) on Wednesday (Apr 1). The joint statement came after MOH announced 10 more cases of COVID-19 at the Lee Ah Mooi Old Age Home, which reported one case on Tuesday. Advertisement Advertisement. Caregivers will be given alternative ways to interact with nursing home residents, such ... Full story

Our coronavirus symptom-tracking app has been used by millions — here’s what we're learning

The global COVID-19 pandemic caused by the novel SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus is a public health emergency. In just under three months, we have gone from distant reports of a new disease emerging in China to seeing cities locked down and health services brought to breaking point. Politicians and healthcare leaders are in the unenviable position of having to make impossible decisions about how best to tackle this fast-moving situation. Yet they are ... Full story

Yoga with Resistance Bands Yoga Journal

Yoga often attracts hypermobile students, but practicing without awareness of hypermobility could lead to injury and pain. This sequence uses resistance bands to help you build awareness and avoid injury. Want to explore modern movement science and get stronger? Join Laurel for her six-week online program, Resistance Bands 101 . You'll discover how bands can help your body adapt toward resilience, flexibility, and precision. Sign up today! Ask ... Full story

What you need to know about paying your rent or mortgage during the coronavirus pandemic

But the federal moratoriums do not cover more than 40 million renters or 5 million homeowners with mortgage loans not backed by the government. And while the halt to foreclosures and evictions will keep many people in their homes temporarily, a bigger financial shock is brewing as others fall behind on their payments, industry analysts say. Mortgage servicers, which collect homeowners’ monthly loan payments, say they have already begun to see ... Full story

Coronavirus: Benefits of mask use by healthy people topic of debate in Singapore

SINGAPORE - In a "utopian situation" with an infinite supply of masks, everyone wearing one regardless of their health status will help contain the coronavirus swiftly. But as this is not possible, and given the Covid-19 outbreak is a "marathon", healthy people under the age of 60 should not wear masks on a daily basis, infectious diseases expert Leong Hoe Nam told The Straits Times on Wednesday (April 1). The day before, The New York Times ... Full story

Why This MD Wants To Rename "Complex Carbs" As "Slow Carbs"

Our editors have independently chosen the products listed on this page. If you purchase something mentioned in this article, we may earn a small commission . Until the 19th century, sugar was expensive and rare in our diet, but today, this rapidly absorbable carb is available everywhere. Many people who try to lose weight already know to avoid sugar, but they may not realize that rapidly digestible starches, including bread, other baked goods, ... Full story

This startup made a coronavirus knowledge graph to help doctors with diagnosis

As coronavirus infections continue to spread , doctors and researchers are looking for new tools that can help them with better and faster diagnosis. Kahun , an Israel-based medtech startup, has released a new COVID-19 tool designed to help doctors make quicker decisions. The freely available tool is powered by an AI engine, which was fed more than 2,000 papers and articles sourced from the medical library PubMed. It allows doctors and ... Full story