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Olga Tokarczuk's 'magnum opus' finally gets English release – after seven years of translation. The Books of Jacob, praised by the Nobel prize judges and winner of Poland’s prestigious Nike award, will be published in the UK in November
I’m the target of my sister’s personal attacks. Can I repair the relationship?I can see why you feel held hostage to her moods, says Annalisa Barbieri, but have you tried responding differently? ‘There does seem to be animosity from you towards her, and I wonder how much she notices this.’ Illustration: Lo Cole/The Guardian
Over the last year, our understanding of COVID-19 has evolved dramatically. Initially, scientists and health experts primarily focused on the initial physical damage the virus causes on the body, and how it attacks various organs. However, it soon became clear that the body wasn’t the only thing being ravaged by the virus—some people were experiencing problems of the mind as well. A recent study conducted by British researchers have found that a shocking number of people fall into this category. Read on to learn about their findings—and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus. Nearly One in Five COVID Patients Have a Psychiatric Disorder, Says StudyAccording to researchers from the University of Oxford who published their findings in The Lancet Psychiatry, nearly one in five COVID-19 patients are diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder—including anxiety, depression, or insomnia—within three months of testing positive."People have been worried that COVID-19 survivors will be at greater risk of psychiatric disorders, and our findings in a large and detailed study show this to be true," Dr. Paul Harrison, Professor of Psychiatry, University of Oxford, Theme Lead – NIHR Oxford Health Biomedical Research Centre (BRC), who led the study, explained in a press release. "Services need to be ready to provide care, especially since our results are likely to be underestimates of the actual number of cases. We urgently need research to investigate the causes and identify new treatments."Additionally, they discovered that having a psychiatric disorder also increased the chances of contracting the virus—those with pre-existing psychiatric disorders were a whopping 65% more likely to be diagnosed with COVID-19 than those without."This finding was unexpected and needs to be further explored," said Dr. Max Taquet, NIHR Academic Clinical Fellow, who conducted the analyses. "In the meantime, having a psychiatric illness should be added to the list of risk factors for COVID-19."RELATED: Dr. Fauci Just Said When We'd Get Back to NormalHow to Stay Safe During This PandemicSo follow Fauci’s fundamentals and help end this pandemic, no matter where you live—wear a face mask that fits snugly and is double layered, don’t travel, social distance, avoid large crowds, don't go indoors with people you're not sheltering with (especially in bars), practice good hand hygiene, get vaccinated when it becomes available to you, and to protect your life and the lives of others, don't visit any of these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.
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“Better Call Saul” fans will “likely” have to wait another year to see how the “Breaking Bad” prequel series ends, as AMC Networks chief Josh Sapan says the Bob Odenkirk-led series will probably not premiere until early 2022. “We still have some shifting around due to COVID-related production delays for our shows, as we mentioned in our prepared remarks,” Sapan said during the company’s fourth-quarter and full-year 2020 earnings call Friday. “We have a fuller slate of the ‘Walking Dead’ universe shows than we’ve had in some time, with ‘The Walking Dead’ back and ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ back at full strength, and then the second season of ‘World Beyond.’ For ‘Better Call Saul,’ it does look likely, at this point, that ‘Better Call Saul’ will move into the first quarter of 2022. That’s the way we’re seeing it right now. And other shows, we’re on a production timing schedule. We’ll have a clearer view, I think, next quarter.” More to come… Read original story ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6 Premiere Will ‘Likely’ Move to Early 2022 At TheWrap
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Donald Trump Jr. on Thursday night advised Republicans that it’s not a necessity to “lose gracefully.” “There’s no natural pushback. The Republicans aren’t willing to do it. They’ve shown that over the decades. They’d just rather lose gracefully, I guess. That’s not really a plan that I would go with, but it’s what they’ve done. Donald Trump has shown that you don’t have to do that. You can actually push back,” he told Fox News’ Sean Hannity, who worried about Democrats’ legislative successes in recent weeks. Trump went on to defend his ideas about not losing gracefully, insisting that there is no “even playing field” for conservatives while he addressed Hannity’s massive primetime audience. Also Read: Fox News Cuts Away From Donald Trump Jr's Comments on Trans Women After losing the election in November, the elder Trump spent his final months in office pushing baseless claims of election fraud. Over 60 lawsuits were filed and failed and voting machine companies responded by suing Trump’s talking heads for defamation. Then-president Trump maintained these baseless theories through December and into January when, on the 6th, a group of his supporters breached the Capitol during the congressional session meant to certify President Joe Biden’s win. At the end of the riot, five people, including one Capitol police officer, were dead. Two more officers died by suicide in the days after. Watch the younger Trump dismiss the idea of losing gracefully below, via Fox News. Donald Trump Jr. says that Republicans would "rather lose gracefully" but his dad has "shown that you don't have to do that — you can actually push back." pic.twitter.com/InLGEJhaRM — Justin Baragona (@justinbaragona) February 26, 2021 Read original story Donald Trump Jr: You Don’t Have to ‘Lose Gracefully’ in Politics (Video) At TheWrap
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BurgerFi, the premium burger chain already on a path to stardom, is adding some more star power to its ranks with the addition of cultural icon Martha Stewart to the Board of Directors. The powerhouse food and media entrepreneur will be coming on as the Chair of the Product&Innovation Committee for the restaurant, the company announced on Thursday."BurgerFi is honored to welcome Martha Stewart to our Board of Directors. Highly regarded as the 'original influencer,' her lifetime of successful achievements and knowledge of marketing, product innovation and food expertise are second to none. […] We look forward to her contributions and creative ideas that will enhance the BurgerFi business and brand," said Ophir Sternberg, Executive Chairman of BurgerFi, in a statement. (Related: McDonald’s Is Making These 8 Major Upgrades.)Stewart, who has launched numerous successful brands and culinary products, and whose recipes are synonymous with home cooking and entertaining, will be collaborating with BurgerFi's head chef Paul Griffin. The partnership will "undoubtedly boost the brand and create strong value for the company," the company's statement said.BurgerFi has been a major success story among its peers during the pandemic. The chain's delivery sales surged last year, allowing the burger spot to close out the fiscal year with a small boost in revenue—not a small feat for a trying year in the quick-service industry.The company also announced significant growth plans for the next two years, hoping to open up 80 new company- and franchise-operated restaurants.Stewart echoed her enthusiasm about BurgerFi and its products in a statement."BurgerFi's chef-driven concept attracted me to the brand. From their hand-crafted menu items and their commitment to the NAE program – No Antibiotics Ever, BurgerFi's mission to redefine the way the world eats burgers is powerful and showcases their efforts to excel with their products and innovation. I am looking forward to being a part of the BurgerFi family and watching the brand amass its true potential," she said.For more on new fast-food trends, check out the 6 Most Anticipated Fast-Food Menu Items Launching This Year, and don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to get the latest restaurant news delivered straight to your inbox.
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