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Sailors aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt removed after COVID-19 diagnosis

Sailors aboard USS Theodore Roosevelt removed after COVID-19 diagnosis

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Oct. 16 (UPI) -- Two new cases of the COVID-19 virus were reported aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, a Navy spokesman confirmed on Friday. "USS Theodore Roosevelt (CVN 71) identified a small number of Sailors who tested positive for COVID-19 while conducting routine training at sea, Oct. 15, 2020," Cmdr. Zachary Harrell of the Naval Air Forces told The Hill. Advertisement "The sailors self-reported after experiencing symptoms, received immediate medical treatment, and were transported off the ship for isolation," Harrell told the New York Times, which first reported the new cases. On Tuesday, the ship left its homeport of San Diego for sustainment exercises, to be followed by two deployments within the same readiness cycle, known as a "double pump." The names of the aff...
The Wanted’s Tom Parker ‘overwhelmed’ by support after tumour diagnosis

The Wanted’s Tom Parker ‘overwhelmed’ by support after tumour diagnosis

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Trump airlifted to military hospital – less than 24 hours after coronavirus diagnosis

Trump airlifted to military hospital – less than 24 hours after coronavirus diagnosis

World
Donald Trump has said everything is "going well" as he receives treatment in hospital after being diagnosed with COVID-19.The US president and First Lady Melania confirmed they had tested positive for the virus just before 1am Washington time (6am BST) on Friday. Last night, he was taken to a military hospital by helicopter, and was pictured giving the 'thumbs up' as he left the White House.Latest coronavirus updates from UK and around the world Image: Donald Trump arrives at Walter Reed He later tweeted: "Going well, I think! Thank you to all. LOVE!!!" ...
Donna Air reveals coronavirus diagnosis and donates tests to NHS

Donna Air reveals coronavirus diagnosis and donates tests to NHS

Entertainment
Actress Donna Air has revealed she has tested positive for coronavirus and says she has donated tests to NHS workers.The 40-year-old posted details of her COVID-19 diagnosis on social media, saying she started suffering "mild flu-like symptoms" almost three weeks ago, but that these quickly improved. Now starring in divorce drama The Split, Air is best known for her role in Byker Grove alongside Ant and Dec in the 1990s, after which she went on to present on MTV and the Big Breakfast.She was in a relationship with the Duchess of Cambridge's brother, James Middleton, for several years until their break-up in 2018.She is one of a number of stars to test positive for coronavirus, including Hollywood actors Tom Hanks and Idris Elba. ...
Apple Watch may be useful in diagnosis of AFib, study finds

Apple Watch may be useful in diagnosis of AFib, study finds

Health
Nov. 15 (UPI) -- Smartwatches may be the latest tech craze, but they could also be useful in monitoring heart health, according to a new study analyzing user data collected by the devices with significant accuracy. Stanford University researchers report in the study, published this week in the New England Journal of Medicine, that more third of Apple Watch users were identified as having atrial fibrillation, or AFib, based on data collected by the device. The researchers assessed the ability of a watch-based irregular pulse notification app to identify possible atrial fibrillation in more than 400,000 users. Although just 2,100 of participants received notifications of irregular pulse, 34 percent of them were found to have AFib, as confirmed by subsequent electrocardiogram tests. Overall...