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Bernie Sanders, acknowledging 'narrow path' to nomination, continues to push agenda amid pandemic

From his home in Burlington, Vermont early Tuesday morning, in a remote interview with a comedian stationed 250 miles away, Sen. Bernie Sanders made an unusual concession. "There is a path," Sanders, I-Vt., told Seth Meyers, when asked in an appearance on "Late Night" about his chances to win the Democratic presidential nomination, before continuing. "It is admittedly a narrow path.". Sanders’ presidential bid exists, as with much of society's ... 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

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

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

If your kids are bouncing off the walls already, we’ve got a few ideas

TLDR: Keeping the kids busy during all this time indoors isn’t always easy — so these fun, yet educational options may just be the life-saver you need right now. When men and women become parents, they don’t usually assume they’ll also need to be a full-time accredited education professional to get their youngster through their primary learning years. However, few of us foresaw anything quite like COVID-19, home sequestration and closed schools ... Full story

Easy Vegan Pesto Recipe Pesto

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New York Mayor Bill de Blasio’s repeated comments downplaying the coronavirus

“We should not be focusing, in my view, on anything looking back on any level of government right now,” de Blasio responded. The idea that politicians should not be judged by their comments early in a crisis is, of course, not how it works. Politicians should have future decisions judged in light of how they have handled a situation in the past. But it’s understandable why de Blasio does not want to turn back the clock. Throughout the crisis ... Full story

Coronavirus detected at Defense Logistics Agency’s New Cumberland base

The coronavirus has appeared at the military base known locally as the New Cumberland Army Depot. In a statement received by PennLive, Col. Marchant Callis, commander of DLA Distribution Susquehanna, reported Tuesday that “we have received the first positive COVID-19…case.”. The statement to workers, which base spokeswoman Dawn Bonsell on Wednesday confirmed came from Callis, also said the total number of COVID-19 cases at that base is four. ... Full story

Rutter’s hit with federal lawsuit claiming $5M-plus in damage from data breach at its convenience stores

Claiming more than $5 million in damage has been done, a Pennsylvania woman has filed what she hopes will become a class-action federal lawsuit against York-based Rutter’s Inc. over a data breach. That breach, reported by the convenience store chain in February , occurred as early as September 2018 and continued through May 2019, affecting an unknown number of customers of its 70 or so stores in Pennsylvania and West Virginia. Kathleen Johnson ... Full story

Oh the humanity! Truck carrying toilet paper crashes and burns in Texas: reports

Any other time a story about truck crashing and losing its load might not be newsworthy. This truck, however, was hauling a load of toilet paper to San Antonio, Texas. During the coronavirus pandemic, toilet paper has become scarce. Stores have resorted to limiting how many rolls a person may purchase at a time. The truck crashed when the driver fell asleep at the wheel, according to a report from The station reported the truck ... Full story