AT&T data breach affected nearly all customers after info downloaded to 3rd-party platform

The data of nearly all customers of the U.S. telecommunications giant AT&T was downloaded to a third-party platform in a security breach, the company said Friday, as cyberattacks against businesses, schools and health systems continue to spread globally.  The breach, most of which took place over five months in 2022, hit customers of AT&T’s cellular … Read more

More than 6 in 10 U.S. adults support protecting access to IVF, poll finds – Boston Herald

By COLLEEN LONG and AMELIA THOMSON-DEVEAUX Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Relatively few Americans fully endorse the idea that a fertilized egg should have the same rights as a pregnant woman. But a significant share say it describes their views at least somewhat well, according to a new poll from The Associated Press-NORC Center for … Read more

Akshay Kumar tests positive for COVID-19 for third time, to miss Anant Ambani-Radhika Merchant wedding: Report : Bollywood News

Bollywood superstar Akshay Kumar will miss the highly anticipated wedding of Anant Ambani and Radhika Merchant due to a positive COVID-19 test. This is not the first time Kumar has contracted the virus. He previously tested positive in April 2021 and was hospitalized. In 2022, another positive test forced him to miss the Cannes Film … Read more

How Worried Do We Need to Be About Tampons Right Now?

Should you be worried about lead and other toxic metals in your tampons? That’s the question on everyone’s mind this week following the release of a new study that has users of the hygiene product on edge. The study, published in the August edition of the journal Environment International, found that “several toxic metals, including … Read more

Boston announces health initiative, $10M grant to improve life expectancy

Boston will launch a new health equity initiative to address improve and address disparities in life expectancy across the city, Mayor Michelle Wu and the Boston Public Health Commission announced. “Boston is a city that is rich with high quality health care resources,” said Commissioner of Public Health Bisola Ojikutu. “Yet, we have long-standing gaps … Read more

Doctor’s bedtime drink lowers blood sugar and helps weight loss

A doctor has explained the benefits of having a glass of an easy-to-make drink at night. From potentially lowering your blood sugar levels to losing weight, Dr Eric Berg DC says apple cider vinegar can work wonders for your health. Dr Berg is a licensed chiropractor and specialises in healthy eating, ketosis and intermittent fasting. … Read more

Does Aperol Spritz cause cancer? ‘Very controversial’ artificial colours at heart of issue

The drink was launched at the 1919 Padua International Fair, a trade event that included a section dedicated to food, travel and lifestyle. The liqueur was an immediate hit, although it was not until the 1950s that the Aperol Spritz was created. An Aperol Spritz is made by mixing Aperol with Prosecco and mineral water. … Read more

Silk, Great Value plant-based beverages recalled across Canada

The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has recalled a selection of plant-based drinks after discovering they could be contaminated with listeria.   Stores across Canada are being told not to sell, serve or distribute the following 15 products from the Silk and Great Value brands, and anyone who has them in their fridge should not consume or use them. The recalled … Read more

Canada draws link between June heat wave and climate change in landmark study

For the first time, the Canadian government has conducted a rapid analysis of a period of extreme heat and determined its connection to human-caused climate change. The analysis conducted by Environment and Climate Change Canada (ECCC) found that a heat wave in Ontario, Quebec and Atlantic Canada between June 17 and 20 was made two … Read more

Singapore’s first public community hospital to be turned into psychiatric nursing home

Bright Vision Community Hospital, located off Yio Chu Kang Road, was converted into a COVID-19 care facility during the pandemic. It is not in use currently. It opened in 2001 but ownership was handed over to SingHealth – Singapore’s largest group of healthcare institutions – a decade later due to management challenges. When it is … Read more