Why do some people experience side effects after COVID-19 vaccines?

Why do some people experience side effects after COVID-19 vaccines? Temporary side effects, including headache, fatigue and fever, are signs that the immune system is waking up – a normal response to vaccines. And they are common. “The day after getting these vaccines, I wasn’t planning anything that was strenuous …

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Tri-State Happenings: outdoor music, jazz and art for this weekend | New

As the pandemic continues to evolve and the city, region and nation become more open, attending and supporting live events benefits everyone. Here’s what’s happening in all three states over the next few days. The outdoor Pullman Square summer concert series continues on Thursday evening June 10. Taking place every …

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Kim Jong-un: Apparent Weight Loss Sparks Health Speculation from North Korean Leader | North Korea

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un sparked more speculation about his health after recent photographs suggested he had lost weight. Kim, whose heavy figure has sparked worldwide interest since becoming the country’s leader nearly a decade ago, looked noticeably thinner in images released by state media on Saturday, according to South …

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slap at Macron focuses on far-right groups | World news

ELAINE GANLEY, Associate Press PARIS (AP) – Beneath the French political landscape is bubbling an assortment of far-right groups, a subculture that caught the nation’s attention when a young man slapped President Emmanuel Macron in the face and launched a royalist cry secular. Far-right groups are seen as increasingly dangerous …

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Personalized Soundscape Could Help People With Dementia Recognize Time And Place

PICTURE: During the 180th ASA meeting, Arezoo Talebzadeh from Ghent University will show how a personalized soundscape can help people with dementia by providing clues about time and place. view After Credit: Arezoo Talebzadeh, University of Ghent MELVILLE, NY, June 9, 2021 – Designing a soundscape to improve an individual’s …

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Sunday in the park, the June musical series continues at Academy Park

The Williamson County Department of Parks and Recreation (WCPR) is proud to host a free musical series this summer on the outdoor multi-use grounds of the Williamson County Performing Arts Center in Academy Park, 112 Everbright Avenue in Franklin. The performances will take place on Sunday evening; June 13 and …

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Global slimming success: | East Anglian Daily Times

Mom who crammed on 2nd while working from home on lockdown eating cheese and crackers for lunch managed to lose the weight she gained and more – in need of a whole new care -dress. Great Bricett’s Aelein Messinger struggled to control his weight gain when told to work from …

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World Pork Expo is worth a visit | News, Sports, Jobs

The 2021 incarnation of the World Pork Expo kicks off today in Des Moines at the Iowa Fairgrounds and runs through Friday. This annual event brings together pork producers, exhibitors and visitors not only from all over Iowa, but from across the country. More than 20,000 people are expected. Visitors …

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As overdose deaths rise, people recovering from addiction reflect on challenges of pandemic – NBC4 Washington

The opioid epidemic in the United States has grown even more deadly in the past year during the coronavirus pandemic, and it has hit the DC region particularly hard. The region saw a troubling spike in overdose deaths in 2020, including a 46% increase in DC, a 19% increase in …

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Van Gogh exhibition to open in former Amoeba music building in July – CBS Los Angeles

HOLLYWOOD (CBSLA) – The Immersive Van Gogh exhibition is scheduled to open on July 31 in the former Amoeba Music building on Sunset Boulevard, organizers said on Tuesday. “Former Amoeba Music is an iconic Los Angeles venue with a rich history in music, arts and entertainment and the Immersive Van …

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