Uniindia: Shimla, October 17 (UNI) Chief Electoral Officer''s office informed here Monday that in view of the model code of conduct during the assembly elections, 1035 liters of illicit liquor worth Rs two lakh was seized.
portions elsewhere across the united states are hot. that is in the pacific northwest well above average. august 16 through the 20th. and the temperature outlook well below normal across much of the east. very interesting pattern to take a look at. >> unbelievable scenes. karen, thank you very much. scorching temperatures are creating dangerous conditions across europe. heat warnings are in place for various parts of spain, temperatures are expected to get up to 104 degrees farenheit and more of britain's water companies are announcing water restrictions as drought conditions continue. last month england experienced its tri driest july since 1035. we're joined by salma abdelaziz. these are conditions that brits are not used to. >> reporter: absolutely. the country is under amber extreme heat warning the next
think they had 16 people who tested positive out of -- there you go, 1,035. they found out they saved over 8,000 sort of days of school as a result of this sort of plan. so it looks like it's working based on a couple of these studies coming out. so the cdc is showing enthuse for this. we'll see if it's something that's adopted more widely. >> you're back this weekend with the sixth installment of your series on medical marijuana called "weed." you investigated cannabis and autism. why that subject, and what did you find? >> well, there was a couple of reasons. we've been reporting on this for some time. we were reporting on the use of cannabis for refractory epilepsy, seizure disorders. researchers kept telling us in addition to the seizures children sometimes had these symptoms of autism which did sometimes also improve as a result of being treated with cannabis. 14 states now permit the use of cannabis for severe autism. we wanted to really look at where the data is on this.
work. i want you to meet the leader of the coalition. i got to talk to him. take a listen. >> we lost about 1,035 people today. 50% of those deaths are from the latino community. we lost 518 people from our community. so for me, somebody who grew up here, it's personal. i think i can do my part and at least try to bring some support and resources. >> i got to watch paul all day yesterday go up to people who are hesitant to get vaccinated and one by one convince them to get the very first shots. it was really interesting watching that process. i think some folks think that at this stage if you haven't gotten your shots you might be someone who is never going to do it. and i got to see that is not the case. people had questions. and they needed them answered in spanish. he was really patient. people sat at tables and read through the forms really carefully. and there was basically no barrier to entry. and you got watch as people got their first shots. they were excited, a little nervous and walked away saying
the respect that i have for polly. i think it's phenomenal. to represent your country in a sport is one thing, but to actually back that up with action in actively helping your country is another. i think she's going to make me cry. i felt like i was going to cry in that bit. oh, my god. helen, how do i follow that? well, expect plenty more emotion if they can follow up their european title this year with the biggest title of all. for us to end up in a boat together isjust, for me it's the fairy tale story, and that's why we love sport. we go out to see what we can do against the rest of the world, and who knows what's going to happen? let's hope they get their fairy tale ending. you can see more about their preparations for the games on "helen glover, the mother of all comebacks" which is on monday at 1035pm on bbc one. good luck to them both. time for a look at the weather. here's tomasz schafernaker.
Apr 12, 2021
60% said they gained weight, 53% said they ate unhealthy foods, 49% said they drank too much, 49% said they lost touch with family and friends, 46% said they stopped wearing makeup or shaving
A new survey found that 46% said they were definitely not the best version of themselves over the last year. Of those, 60% said they gained weight, 53% said they ate unhealthy foods, 49% said they drank too much, 49% said they lost touch with family and friends, 46% said they stopped wearing makeup or shaving, 43% said they stopped grooming themselves on a daily basis, and 38% started smoking again.
Maybe that’s why the same survey found that 68% said they plan to improve themselves (both mentally and physically) when the pandemic finally ends.
Apr 12, 2021
A new study out of Spain has found that sitting around the dinner table without phones could prevent childhood obesity. Why? Do you do it without phones? A new study out of Spain has found that sitting around the dinner table without phones could prevent childhood obesity. Why? Conversation and slower eating help you realize when you’re full. Basically, eating in front of a screen leads to mindless eating and over-eating.
Apr 12, 2021
As the age eligibility for receiving the COVID-19 Vaccine lowered last week to age 18 year-old and up, more locations have opened up for more people to get vaccinated. Miami Dade College has been operating and people continue to pull up in hopes of getting the vaccine. However today Floridians who are still waiting for the vaccine, maybe happy to know that another location is up and running with extended hours. The Hard Rock Stadium, home of the Miami Dolphins Football team, announced that they will be opened 7 days a week and will be opened from 8am-10pm. Sources also say that an appointment at this time starting Monday will not be required.