Whitney Houston would have celebrated her 49th birthday this week, on August 9. Sadly, one of the greatest voices of our time died tragically earlier this year, on February 11. Since her untimely passing, Houston’s legacy has been celebrated and upheld all over the world. To prove just how loved she is, the pop icon’s homegoing service on February 18 aired on three cable channels — CNN, BET, and E! — for four hours and drew millions of viewers, even surpassing the royal wedding in online viewership. She is indeed gone, but not forgotten. From Glee to the Grammys, Oprah to the Obama’s, here’s how the world has paid tribute to Whitney Houston since her death.
She is indeed gone but not forgotten. From Glee to the Grammys, Oprah to the Obamas, here’s how the world has paid tribute to Whitney Houston since her death.
What’s up with these news stations like FOX, CNN, MSNBC….. with these poll things. Did they call you, because I know they did not call me. So how would the know what every american is thinking this is just so stupid please. I don’t listen to those stupid polls on TV the are not accurate. http://amplify.com/u/bck2http://amplify.com/u/bck5
On the Nancy Grace Show on CNN she talks about a 15 year old girl murder a 9 year old. Nancy says she does not know how a 15 year old girl could do this Nancy are you lost, she’s 15 not 2 years old. So here is the video of the story here…..
(CNN) — For most, the flu is a winter inconvenience — stuffy nose, fever, body aches and a few days of bed rest. But what seems fairly routine also can become life-threatening.
The majority of flu deaths strike the elderly and people with pre-existing health problems. But flu also affects kids with no known medical problems and can send them into critical condition, or even death.
This flu season started slowly, and doctors anticipate the peak will occur this month or April. Dr. Len Horovitz, a pulmonary specialist at Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, has been giving booster shots to patients who were vaccinated early in the season, September or October.
“There’s a decline in antibody levels, so we try to give a booster,” Horovitz said. “I’ve been talking to immunologists [about] getting a booster– there’s no downside to it.”
Although doctors advise that nearly everyone should get a flu shot, skepticism about the severity of the illness and questions about shot’s effectiveness persist. Read full story
OTHER HEALTH NEWS: Flu viruses becoming resistant to key weapon Tamiflu
Tamiflu-resistant influenza A viruses are now spreading widely across the USA, imperiling a pillar of the global pandemic-response stockpile, researchers report Monday.
The first in-depth analysis of Tamiflu resistance during last year’s flu epidemic found that about 12% of people with influenza A/H1N1, one of three circulating strains, were infected with resistant viruses. One in five of last year’s patients came down with A/H1N1 viruses.Read full story