In the above slide, the blue line (which represents adults ages 30-49) has the highest case rate among all age groups in LA County. The yellow line (which represents people ages 18-29) shows how case rates have quadrupled for this group from nearly 200 cases in early June to a peak of 882 on July 23rd. This explosive growth in cases shows that young adults are driving the infections in the County. … [Read more...] about County Of Los Angeles – Update 8/7/20 – College Protocols, 18-49 Year Olds, #theriskisreal & #byom
Colorectal cancer 5 year survival rates
Researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno are monitoring the project and collecting data to study the effects of the ultraviolet-C light treatments. It’s the newest tool in a two-decade effort to restore the once-pristine waters in the lake straddling the California-Nevada line. … [Read more...] about Ultraviolet Algae Killer Aids Bid To Help Lake Tahoe Clarity
Units under Contract: 82. Last Month: 44. ⬆ by 38. Last Month it was down by 34 unitsAverage List Price is $ 216,223 with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and average square feet of 1,620. ⬆ by $15,091Median List Price is $199,900 with 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and median square feet of 1,495. ⬆ by $17,500Most Expensive Home is $549,900 with 4 bedrooms, 3 and 1/2 bathrooms and 3,575 square feet of living spaceLeast Expensive Home is $99,000 with 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and 1,184 square feet of living spaceSold Single Family Homes in May 2020 … [Read more...] about Home Sales and Prices in Manchester CT are Down But Steady!
I went to see him at home and I told him, “John, you made me who I am before I knew who I was.” That made him smile. The Friday before he died, with the help of Maritza, he painstakingly narrated the show’s final issue on what Pope Francis had said recently about elevating women in the Roman Catholic Church. … [Read more...] about Saying Goodbye to John McLaughlin, TV’s Original Tough Political Talker
BATAAN DEATH MARCH: More than 70,000 American and Filipino soldiers were captured by Japan and forced into a 70-mile (112-kilometer) march in March 1942, during which some 9,000 died. Japan’s unpreparedness for the large number of captives, coupled with disdain for surrendering troops, led to extensive brutality during the forced march, remembered as one of worst atrocities of World War II. Some survivors were later sent to Japanese war prisons or to mines for forced labor and faced more brutality. Similar abuses against Allied POWs led to a series of lawsuits against Japan. Japanese Ambassador to the U.S. Ichiro Fujisaki apologized to former American POWs in 2009, paving the way for a friendship program for atonement. … [Read more...] about Key Pacific War events on 75th anniversary of war’s end