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Oakland mayor recall leader claims he was assaulted as effort in crime-plagued city gets underway

A local activist in Oakland claims he was assaulted by a member of Mayor Sheng Thao’s private security team during a Wednesday morning press conference.  Videos posted on social media show an argument breaking out between members of the security team and protesters supportive of a recall campaign against the mayor.  Seneca Scott in a tense exchange with KANO…

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Race, gender debate brewing after Fani Willis’ hearing testimony: ‘High-profile Black woman’

A conversation about race and gender is  beginning to brew as Georgia prosecutor Fani Willis attempts to maintain her post as the lead prosecutor in the election racketeering case against former President Trump. Willis, the district attorney for Fulton County, Georgia, previously said the allegations brought against her of having an “improper” romantic relationship with special prosecutor Nathan Wade…

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ADHD in males versus females: What you must know about the differences in symptoms and treatments

ADHD is usually first diagnosed in childhood and is one of the most common neurodevelopmental disorders in children, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Symptoms of ADHD in kids can include trouble paying attention, difficulty controlling impulsive behaviors and displaying periods of hyperactivity. NAVIGATING 2024 WITH STRATEGIES TAILORED FOR THOSE SUFFERING FROM ANXIETY,…

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Outgoing Dutch PM tells Europe to stop ‘whining and nagging about Trump’

Outgoing Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte, who is likely to be the next secretary-general of NATO, urged fellow European leaders to stop “whining” about former President Trump. The blunt admonition comes days after the GOP 2024 front-runner suggested the U.S. should not honor its NATO commitments if European countries do not increase their defense contribution to…

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FDA greenlights first drug for severe frostbite: ‘Very important approval’

Frostbite may have met its match. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved the first medication to treat severe frostbite, the agency announced this week. The drug, iloprost (brand name Aurlumyn) is intended to reduce the risk of finger and toe amputations due to dangerously cold extremities. NEED A ‘WINTER RESET’? EXPERTS SHARE BENEFITS OF SLOWING DOWN…

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