What Schizophrenia Symptoms and Stigma Feel Like

Schizophrenia may be one of the most misunderstood mental illnesses. Though it affects about 1% of U.S. adults, many people don’t know much about it. Or they think they do, but their ideas about it aren’t right. “The image of schizophrenia in popular culture is usually of the most severely disabled patients, who are often … Read more

Financial creditors realised 36 per cent of their total claims under IBC: Govt

New Delhi, The government on Tuesday said that financial creditors have realised Rs 2.45 lakh crore or 36 per cent of their total claims under the insolvency resolution process till the end of June. As many as 4,540 companies were admitted under the corporate insolvency resolution process as of June 30 this year. The process … Read more

4th Case of Tropical Bacterial Illness Found in the U.S.

By Robert PreidtHealthDay Reporter TUESDAY, Aug. 10, 2021 (HealthDay News) — The fourth U.S. case of a rare and potentially fatal bacterial disease called melioidosis, typically found in the tropics, has been confirmed by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Genome testing shows that the strain in the latest case in Georgia is linked … Read more

Cuomo Resigns Amid Scandals, Ending Decade-Long Run in Disgrace

A moderate Democrat and fiscal centrist, Mr. Cuomo began to clash with Democratic lawmakers more intensely when the party regained full control of the State Legislature in 2018, fueled by a crop of younger, left-wing lawmakers pushing for progressive reforms. The attorney general report centered on interviews with 11 women, including a state trooper and … Read more

U.S. Kids Are Eating More ‘Ultraprocessed’ Foods

TUESDAY, Aug. 10, 2021 (HealthDay News) — Frozen burgers, pizza pockets and toaster strudel. Energy drinks and sugary sodas. Fruit leather and potato chips. Cookies and cereal bars. Fish sticks and chicken strips. These sorts of quick-pick manufactured foods are considered “ultraprocessed,” and dietitians believe they could be at the root of America’s obesity … Read more

‘Rhetorical overdrive’: Turnbull and Rudd warn Coalition not to play politics with China relationship

Former Australian prime ministers Malcolm Turnbull and Kevin Rudd have urged the federal government not to ramp up rhetoric against China for domestic political purposes, arguing it could harm social cohesion. Turnbull said he worried “that some of the political rhetoric, if played for the local rightwing media peanut gallery, can actually undermine something that … Read more

Economic recovery to further escalate with second Covid wave abating

The declining second wave of Covid-19 along with rapid progress in vaccination has set the stage to further accelerate economic recovery, the finance ministry said in its monthly economic review for July. The ministry expects any further Covid wave to be mild in terms of severity with 85% of the population in the 45-plus age … Read more