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Essential workers on COVID front lines susceptible to 'moral injury,' PTSD

Essential workers on COVID front lines susceptible to 'moral injury,' PTSD

Health-care workers on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic are at risk of severe stress that could cause long-term psychological damage, the Centre of Excellence on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder says.
Museum: 'Dukes of Hazzard' car with Confederate flag to stay

Museum: 'Dukes of Hazzard' car with Confederate flag to stay

VOLO, Ill. — A northern Illinois auto museum has no plan to stop displaying a Dodge Charger from the “Dukes of Hazzard” television show with the Confederate battle flag painted atop the vehicle.

Executive turmoil at Essence, Ebony magazines prompt changes

NEW YORK — Two storied magazines that focus on news and culture in the Black community, Essence and Ebony, are in the midst of turmoil at their top levels.
Virus: Dragon Con cancels in-person Atlanta event for 2020

Virus: Dragon Con cancels in-person Atlanta event for 2020

ATLANTA — Organizers of a popular sci-fi, fantasy and gaming convention in Atlanta have announced that the in-person event — Dragon Con — will be cancelled this year in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
At libel trial, Depp blasts Amber Heard's 'sick' abuse claim

At libel trial, Depp blasts Amber Heard's 'sick' abuse claim

LONDON — Johnny Depp said Tuesday that ex-wife Amber Heard had made “sick” claims of abuse and falsely branded him a monster, as the actor testified in a U.K.
France's Rodin Museum sells bronzes to weather virus crisis

France's Rodin Museum sells bronzes to weather virus crisis

PARIS — Unlike other museums thumped by the coronavirus pandemic, Paris’ Rodin Museum might have an ace up its sleeve to help see it through the crisis: It can sell limited-edition versions of the French sculptor’s masterpieces.
JFL cancels live performances for Toronto festival because of COVID-19 concerns

JFL cancels live performances for Toronto festival because of COVID-19 concerns

TORONTO — Just For Laughs says it won't be hosting live performances as part of its Toronto festival this fall because of concerns about COVID-19. The JFL42 festival was set to take place at venues across Toronto from Sept. 24 to Oct. 3.

Audible bestsellers for week ending July 3rd

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Sexologist likens face mask debate to condom debate: What can we learn from it?

Sexologist likens face mask debate to condom debate: What can we learn from it?

Jill McDevitt watched the conversation about face masks evolve over the last couple of months and realized it looked familiar.
Health panel may open lung cancer screening to more smokers

Health panel may open lung cancer screening to more smokers

A U.S. health panel wants to widen the number of Americans offered yearly scans for lung cancer by opening the screening to less-heavy smokers. Lung cancer is the nation's top cancer killer, causing more than 135,000 deaths each year.