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COVID-19 antibodies found in one in five U.S. blood donations

COVID-19 antibodies were found in the blood of about one in five donations from unvaccinated donors in the first week of March, American Red Cross data show. The organization tested more than 3.3 million donations from unvaccinated people in 44 states between mid-June 2020 and early March 2021. Across the entire period, about 7.5 percent

There’s Only One Right Way to Make Guacamole

Guacamole is capable of starting fights. Not actual fights with guacamole (at least as far as we know), but about guacamole. Perhaps matched only by the “is a hot dog a sandwich?” debate and “do you like Hawaiian pizza?” eternal question—how to make the best guacamole is a contentious and often personal debate. To (attempt

Popcorn Is Keto-Friendly Unless You Make This One Mistake

POPCORN IS a classic snack food and movie-night essential, but if you’re on a ketogenic diet, you might be wondering if, in fact, popcorn is keto-friendly. Could chowing down on a bag of warm, salty, freshly popped popcorn cost you your oh-so-challenging-to-attain state of ketosis and subsequently knock you out of the fat-burning state? Corn,

Portugal sets records in one of world’s worst virus surges

Portugal’s new daily COVID-19 cases jumped to more than 14,600 to set a new national record Wednesday, as the country weathers one of the worst pandemic surges in the world. Health authorities officially reported 14,647 new infections—about 3,600 more than the previous daily record set four days ago. The surge shows no sign of easing,

Pete Evans ends his time in the sun with one click

Save articles for later Add articles to your saved list and come back to them any time. Such a relief to see Australian companies have some standards. Finally. Those standards have become very clear in the past 48 hours as conspiracy pedlar Pete Evans has been dumped by brand after brand, business after business. The

Khloe Says Coparenting With Tristan Is 'One of the Hardest Things' Ever

Putting in the work! Khloé Kardashian got real about coparenting her 2-year-old daughter, True, with Tristan Thompson on Wednesday, October 28. Everything the Kardashian-Jenner Sisters Have Said About Coparenting “It’s one of the hardest things I’ve ever done,” the Keeping Up With the Kardashians star, 36, told Ellen DeGeneres. “Because you have your own personal

Spain becomes first EU nation with one million virus cases

Spain has become the first European Union nation to surpass a million coronavirus infections, official data showed Wednesday, as the government mulls fresh restrictions on public life to curb the spread of the disease. The country recorded 16,973 confirmed cases of COVID-19 over the past 24 hours, the health ministry announced Wednesday, taking the total

Testing drive unveiled as virus deaths pass one million

Coronavirus tests that deliver results in 15-30 minutes are to be rolled out across the United States and in scores of poorer countries, as health authorities worldwide try to get a handle on a disease that has now killed more than a million people. US President Donald Trump announced 150 million tests would be distributed

Is COVID-19 ‘One and done?’ experts ponder odds for reinfection

(HealthDay)—Let’s say you’re one of the more than 1.7 million people in the United States who’ve contracted COVID-19, and you’ve been fortunate enough to shake off the virus and recover. What happens when you encounter the COVID-19 coronavirus again? Reinfection is a major concern among public health officials as the nation moves toward reopening the

There’s Only One Right Way to Squeeze a Lemon

Of all the most hated kitchen tasks, squeezing a lemon ranks somewhere below mincing garlic and above chopping an onion. This is largely due to the fact that lemon seeds, tricky little buggers that they are, have a propensity to leap from the pulp of the fruit and into whatever vessel you’re using to collect