Dr. Eric Coe jumped at the chance to help test a COVID-19 vaccine.
At his urging, so did his girlfriend, his son and his daughter-in-law. All received shots last week at a clinical research site in central Florida.
“My main purpose in doing this was so I could spend more time with my family and grandchildren,” Coe said, noting that he’s seen them only outside and from a distance since March.
“There’s a lot less risk to getting the vaccine than contracting the virus,” said Coe, 74, a retired cardiologist. “The worst thing that can happen is if I get the placebo.”
The Coes’ eagerness to offer up their bodies to science reflects the widespread public interest in participating in the pivotal, late-stage clinical trials of the first two COVID vaccine candidates in the United States.
Those trials began rolling out July 27. During the next two months, vaccine makers … Read the restRead Here
It has been a long wait but rugby is finally back.
There were times when I doubted this restart would ever happen… I’d even given away all my kit to the NHS! But now we are days away from the opening match — Harlequins versus Sale at the Stoop on Friday night — and I can’t wait to get going.
On a personal note, I haven’t played for nine months because of a knee injury and I’m desperate to prove that the old dog has still got some life in him. Things will look very different from the last game we played before Covid-19 struck and here’s what to expect…
Premiership rugby returns on Friday with Harlequins leading the restart, facing-off with Sale
Sportsmail columnist Mike Brown will make his return amid a very different atmosphere
There will be water breaks every 20 minutes — with each … Read the restRead Here
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Hi, I’m back with a revamped Friday Breeze, tackling a few hot health care topics of the week and some news you may have missed. Here’s what the Breeze blew in this week, in these dog days of our COVID-constrained, socially distant summer:
Schools Reopen: No Easy Answers for Keeping Kids Healthy
It’s back-to-school time, which means pencils, books, hand sanitizers and, for some, a visit from Vice President Mike Pence. The vice president visited a campus of Thales Academy in Apex, North Carolina, saying, “We’ve got to open up America’s schools, and Thales Academy is literally in the forefront.” Unfortunately, a few days later, Thales suffered a setback when a fourth grader at its Wake Forest campus tested positive for COVID-19.Read Here
She quickly became one of the top names in modeling before shifting to acting.
But Jaime King proved that she is still always runway ready.
The 41-year-old multihyphenate was seen looking fashionable as always on an errand trip in Los Angeles on Friday.
Making the sidewalk her runway: Jaime King was seen looking fashionable as always on an errand trip in Los Angeles on Friday
She rocked an entirely powder blue outfit including floral long sleeved turtleneck top with boyfriend jeans and suede strappy heels.
Jaime accessorized with a matching blue Dior saddle bag which retails for $3,700 and a gold chain necklace.
Her signature blonde tresses were pulled back in an updo as she had natural complementary make-up on her face topped off with shiny lip.
Couture: The 41-year-old multihyphenate rocked an entirely powder blue outfit including floral long sleeved turtleneck top with boyfriend jeans and suede strappy heels
Lovely lady: Her
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Ticks and mosquitoes don’t care about COVID-19 safety protocols. They don’t care that people are trying to squeeze out the last moments of this restrictive summer by getting outdoors, hiking, or just sitting on their decks at night and feeling something that’s close to normal.
COVID-19 has commanded our attention and caused people to adapt their behaviors to prevent one major health concern, but it doesn’t mean others have been eliminated. “Masks and social distancing will do nothing to protect you from what ticks and mosquitoes potentially carry,” says Dr. Todd Ellerin, director of infectious diseases and vice chairman of the department of medicine at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, Massachusetts, and an instructor in medicine at Harvard Medical School.
Ellerin adds another reason to remain vigilant: tick-borne illnesses and COVID-19 share symptoms, such as fevers, achiness, fatigue, sore throats, rashes, headaches, low white blood cell counts, and elevated liver … Read the restRead Here