The abandoned village of Doel is a street artist’s playground. But it won’t stay that way for much longer. Visit this incredible spot before it’s too late.
The abandoned village of Doel is a street artist’s playground. But it won’t stay that way for much longer. Visit this incredible spot before it’s too late.
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In my long practice as an Emergency Physician, I have seen way too many patients with heart attacks. This is not surprising considering that heart attacks are one of the leading causes of death throughout the world. In the United States close to 1 million people die from a heart attack every year. It can happen to anyone, even soccer stars. Argentine legend Diego Maradona just died after a heart attack, it was reported today. He was just 60 years old. "The Argentine Football Association, through its President Claudio Tapia, expresses its deepest pain at the death of our legend, Diego Armando Maradona," read a statement from the Argentina Football Association. "You'll always be in our hearts."Although you need to have an EKG and laboratory tests to diagnose a heart attack, there are symptoms you should be aware of that are concerning and warrant a trip to the ER. Please know that not everyone experiences a heart attack the same way and if you are concerned that you are having a heart attack please seek immediate medical treatment. Read on to hear some of the most common signs, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. 1 Pressure Like Chest Pain Although the pain of a heart attack can be different for each person, typically the chest pain associated with a heart attack is not sharp, or stabbing, but rather a feeling of pressure and heaviness. Many patients will actually describe this feeling as if they have an elephant sitting on their chest. 2 Shortness of Breath Heart attacks can cause a decrease in the heart's ability to pump blood throughout the body. With the pump not working, fluid can build up into tissues such as the lungs. The fluid in the lungs will make it difficult for the lungs to work which can cause shortness of breath.RELATED: 7 Side Effects of Wearing a Face Mask 3 Sweating If you are sweating concurrently with chest pain, this increases the likelihood that you are having a heart attack. Usually described as a "cold sweat,", this kind of perspiration will leave you and your clothes soaked even in a cool room. 4 Vomiting Vomiting associated with chest pain or shortness of breath is concerning. Thought to be due to rapidly progressing damage to the heart muscle, vomiting with chest pain should be a symptom that brings you to the Emergency Department. 5 Lightheadedness Lightheadedness or a feeling that your are going to pass out is normally caused by blood not getting to the brain. From problems with the rhythm of the heart, to problems with pumping blood to the brain, it is very common for patients having heart attacks to feel lightheaded. RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study Finds 6 Heartburn Although pain is usually on one side or the other, it is not uncommon for the pain to present in the middle of the chest similar to heartburn. Even if the pain is improved with treatment for indigestion, such as antacids, a heart attack has not been ruled out. 7 Arm Pain Chest pain that radiates to the left arm has always been thought of as a classic symptom of a heart attack. It is now known that although the pain can be in the left arm, pain in either arm could be a symptom of a heart attack. Patients usually describe the pain to be a heaviness or aching. 8 Neck Veins Bulging The heart is a pump that is meant to push blood around the body. If the heart is damaged, as it is when you have a heart attack, the pump stops working. This can cause the blood to back up into the veins that lead to the heart, leading to bulging neck veins. If you experience this or any of the symptoms here, contact a medical professional immediately. And to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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When I wrote the holiday movie guide “Have Yourself a Movie Little Christmas” a decade ago — and bemoaned the lack of LGBT stories being told in the seasonal sub-genre — I never could have predicted the bumper crop of 2020, which is offering queer-centric (or at least gay-inclusive) new movies from Lifetime, Hallmark, Paramount Network, and Netflix, as well as the arrival of “Happiest Season,” an all-star Christmas comedy with a major studio behind it. (Sony was set to release the film, until it moved to Hulu in the wake of widespread theater closures.)“Happiest Season” isn’t the kind of “inclusive” movie where someone went through a heterosexual script with the find-replace function and changed the gender of one of the leads; this is a film in which identity, family, and the closet represents a major through-line. That it does so in the trappings of a Christmas farce may take some viewers aback, but director Clea Duvall (who co-wrote with Mary Holland) takes the serious parts seriously, but not so much that the magic of the holidays can’t make everything right.The stakes here are higher than a traditional farce, one operating along the lines of “Lady Mathilde mustn’t find the scullery maid in Lord Reginald’s armoire, or he’ll lose his inheritance,” but there’s enough wit and breeziness to make this a holiday perennial for content-starved LGBT audiences, to be sure, but also for viewers looking to mix up their usual holiday playlist. Its many delights include the rare phenomenon of Kristen Stewart getting to play comedy outside of the occasional “SNL” hosting stint.Also Read: Kristen Stewart on How LGBTQ Holiday Film 'Happiest Season' Shows 'Love Really Does Look the Same on Everyone' (Video)Stewart stars as Abby, a grad student who’s been together with journalist Harper (Mackenzie Davis) for a year. Harper loves Christmas, even though Abby associates the holiday with her parents, who died a decade earlier. After a tour of holiday yard displays, Harper impulsively invites Abby to come home with her for Christmas. Abby’s thrilled at the idea, so much so that she plans to propose to Harper on Christmas Day after asking Harper’s dad for his blessing.The next day, Harper tries to pull back on the invitation, but Abby is too on-board, and it’s not until the road trip home is nearly complete that Harper drops a bombshell: She hasn’t come out to her conservative family yet, so Abby will be required to spend the trip pretending to be Harper’s straight roommate. (The fact that Abby is a terrible liar becomes one of several very funny running gags.)Also Read: Kristen Stewart's 'Spencer' About Princess Diana Acquired by Neon, Topic StudiosThe visit is a series of catastrophes, from Abby being accused of shoplifting to Harper spending lots of time with her high-school boyfriend Connor (Jake McDorman, HBO’s “Watchmen”). Abby meets Harper’s other ex, Riley (Aubrey Plaza), and learns that Harper outed Riley and told friends at school that Riley was stalking her rather than acknowledge their relationship. When Harper’s competitive sister Sloane (Alison Brie) learns Harper’s secret, an already-tense holiday celebration boils over into a full meltdown.Duvall and Holland (who also co-stars as the third sister, Jane) fully acknowledge that Harper’s behavior is awful; staying in the closet is a personal choice, but to inflict it upon someone else is downright ugly. “Happiest Season” doesn’t shy away from the ramifications of its own plot, but for the most part, it never erases a path to redemption and reconciliation, mainly thanks to Stewart’s empathetic performance; she makes it easy for viewers to feel about Harper the way that Abby does.Also Read: 'The Turning' Film Review: Mackenzie Davis Grapples With Ghosts and an Unflattering HairdoIt’s a strong ensemble all around; Davis keeps Harper from being utterly despicable, and the character’s politically-minded parents, played by Mary Steenburgen and Victor Garber, are awful in that very polite way without becoming full-blown boorish stereotypes. Brie maintains a slow boil of rage throughout that sets up the familial Armageddon at a crucial Christmas party.Among the supporting players here, the MVPs are Plaza and, as Abby’s best friend, Dan Levy, both of whom swoop in and carry the movie away with just a raised eyebrow and a barbed rejoinder. They’ve both got that Eve Arden alchemy that allows them to be in a scene and commenting upon it at the same time, and “Happiest Season” elevates itself several levels when either of these two are sharing the screen with Stewart.Cinematographer John Gulesarian (“An American Pickle”), aided by the art directors and set decorators, gives the proceedings all the coziness and twinkle lights that the season demands, and the score by Amie Doherty (“The High Note”) dovetails nicely with soundtrack producer Justin Tranter’s compilation of Christmas songs performed by the likes of Sia and Tegan & Sara.While some viewers may find the use of the closet and societal homophobia too heavy for this breezy story, there’s a case to be made that including specifically queer concerns into the language of romantic comedy is another step toward genuine inclusiveness. “Happiest Season” takes a risky step in that direction, but the lingering aftertaste is sweet, not bitter.Read original story ‘Happiest Season’ Film Review: Kristen Stewart Makes Merry in LGBT Christmas Farce At TheWrap
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With coronavirus cases setting another heartbreaking record—two million in just two weeks, with hospitals in some states overflowing—the nation's top infectious disease expert Dr. Anthony Fauci went on Good Morning America with one "final plea" for all Americans before Thanksgiving. "Well, the final message is to do what really we've been saying now for some time is to the extent possible: Keep the indoor gatherings as small as you possibly can," he said. "We all know how difficult that is because this is such a beautiful traditional holiday. But by making that sacrifice, you're going to be preventing people from getting infected." Read on to hear his further warning, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.Dr. Fauci Said a Sacrifice Now Will Make "the Future Much Brighter"Why the warning about getting together with your extended family or group of friends? Fauci said "we know for sure that people who are without symptoms innocently, with no malintention at all, goes to a party or goes to a gathering, gets together, indoor, you let your guard down. You obviously have to take a mask off if you're eating or drinking, try to avoid that as much as possible. A sacrifice now could save lives and illness and make the future much brighter as we get through this."The GMA anchor George Stephanopoulos asked Fauci about a recent New York Times article that cast doubt on small gatherings as the driver of the surge. "Household get-togethers undoubtedly do contribute to community transmission of the virus. Canada's recent Thanksgiving certainly added to its rising cases; such an increase may happen here, too, as the United States embarks on a holiday season like no other. That's why the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday warned so strongly against gathering with others outside the household during Thanksgiving," said the article. "But are dinners and backyard barbecues really the engine driving the current surge of infections? The available data do not support that contention, scientists say. Still, the idea has been repeated so often it has become conventional wisdom, leading to significant restrictions in many states.""I think what the confusion is, George, is that when you look at the surges, it is still dominated by larger gatherings, by people who are in indoor places, by bars, where people congregate, said Dr. Fauci. "But when you account for that, there still is transmission among gatherings that appear to be relatively innocent." They aren't.RELATED: COVID Symptoms Usually Appear in This Order, Study FindsDr. Fauci Begs You to Follow the Fundamentals Until the Vaccine ArrivesDr. Fauci said the light was at the end of the tunnel—the vaccines are coming, for high-risk patients as soon as next month—so hang tight. "We're going to get through this. Vaccines are right on the horizon. If we can just hang in there a bit longer and continue to do the simple mitigation things that we're talking about all the time—the masks, the distancing, the avoiding crowds, particularly indoor. If we do those things, we're going to get through it. So that's my final plea before the holiday. What we don't want to see is yet another surge superposed upon the surge that you just described, which we'll realize [in] three, three and a half weeks from now." So follow his fundamentals, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch Coronavirus.
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Covid Christmas bubbles and the safety of solitude. Joe Cocker suggests postponing Christmas, Brian Keegan points out travel difficulties raised by the devolved UK governments’ plan, and Sam White wants to be alone. Plus letters from Gary Bennett, Mike Schilling and Maggie D’Araujo
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Diego Maradona, an Argentinian soccer player widely considered to be among the greatest to ever play the game, has died from a heart attack, according to multiple reports. He was 60.The news was first reported Wednesday morning by the Argentinian newspaper Clarín. Maradona had recently left the hospital after undergoing brain surgery for a subdural hematoma.During his 21-year career, Maradona was given the nickname “El Pibe de Oro” (“The Golden Boy”) and led Argentina to the World Cup title in 1986. Along with Pele, Maradona was honored as he FIFA Player of the 20th Century award. After he retired, he briefly coached Argentina during the 2010 World Cup.Also Read: David Dinkins, First Black Mayor of New York City, Dies at 93Maradona played for 7 different clubs during his playing career, to go along with his 91 international appearances for team Argentina. He is most known for his time with FC Barcelona and Napoli (full name Società Sportiva Calcio Napoli), and set the record — twice — for a transfer fee when he moved from Boca Juniors to Barcelona, and then from Barcelona to Napoli.On the international stage, Maradona played in four FIFA World Cups and scored both goals in Argentina’s 2-1 victory over West Germany in the 1986 final, capturing the Golden Ball award.In a statement, the Argentine Football Association expressed “its deepest sorrow for the death of our legend, Diego Armando Maradona. You’ll always be in our hearts.”Barcelona and Napoli also honored Maradona on their Twitter accounts:Thank you for everything, Diego pic.twitter.com/bJ9l3ixY7A— FC Barcelona (@FCBarcelona) November 25, 2020Always in our hearts 💙Ciao, Diego pic.twitter.com/I2gTWqdtdB— Official SSC Napoli (@en_sscnapoli) November 25, 2020Read original story Diego Maradona, Argentinian Soccer Legend, Dies at 60 At TheWrap
Last week, Kylie Bunbury majorly spoiled the big twist from ABC’s “Big Sky” series premiere. This week, she avoided morning shows and the new drama actually grew in ratings, despite a down “Bachelorette” lead-in. While ABC won Tuesday’s primetime in the key ratings demo of adults 18-49, CBS was No. 1 in total viewers, led by the landmark 400th episode of “NCIS.” ABC settled for third place in terms of overall eyeballs — but it was a close race. Nielsen numbers for Spanish-language networks Univision and Telemundo are not being reported today. Also Read: Yes, 'Big Sky' Star Kylie Bunbury Really Did Spoil Ryan Phillippe's Fate in Series Premiere ABC was first in ratings with a 1.0 rating in the advertiser-coveted 18-49 demographic and third in total viewers with an average of 4.29 million, according to preliminary numbers. “The Bachelorette” from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m averaged a 1.2 rating and 4.3 million viewers. “Big Sky” at 10 drew a 0.7 and 4.4 million viewers. CBS was second in ratings with a 0.8 and first in viewers with 7.8 million. The 400th episode of “NCIS” at 8 landed a 0.9 rating and 9.8 million viewers. “FBI” at 9 posted a...Read original story ‘Big Sky’ Actually Grew in Ratings Without Star Kylie Bunbury’s Spoilers At TheWrap
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'I have too much junk and it's all been given to me. Is there a polite way to refuse gifts?'We all know what it’s like to have things we don’t want, writes advice columnist Eleanor Gordon-Smith. You can’t be polite about this, so be firm