Q: People seem to be in two camps right now; vaccinated and hopeful, and unable to find vaccines and despairing. How do you think the vaccine process is going to impact our workplaces? Do you think we have a reason to be hopeful or is this virus just going to throw us another rotten curveball?
Cinderella’s stepmother was not wicked. She had no skills, no job, no prospects, and two daughters to support. She married a man who died and left her with an extra child who learned all the stuff stepmother did not. Girlfriend was disappointed.
Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson attends a press conference to announce that MetLife Stadium will host WWE Wrestlemania 29 in 2013 at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 16, 2012 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. Michael N. Todaro/Getty Images/TNS
By Mayo Clinic Staff, Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
DEAR MAYO CLINIC: With the news of the COVID-19 vaccine being available, I know there are also recommendations to still wear masks and continue with safety measures. But, honestly, I'm confused by what mask to wear and when. Can you share some more information on masks, how they work and what is appropriate?
DETROIT, MI — Walter Forbes, an African American man who was wrongfully convicted and had served 37 years of his life sentence, is now finally free following the confession of the star witness, Annice Kennebrew. She has admitted to lying in her previous testimony.