This mansion in Rochester is gearing up for Halloween
“Art in the Element” took place at Meadow Brook from Sept. 8-11 but Halloween events for the whole family will be taking place right around the corner. Shannon O’Berski joined Tati Amore on “Live In The D” to discuss events taking place at Meadow Brook Hall this fall season.
Lightfoot proposes new ordinance targeting gang members for fines and forfeiture in civil court
Under pressure to crack down on Chicago’s homicide problem, Mayor Lori Lightfoot introduced an ordinance Tuesday that would slap gang members with fines and give police the authority to seize their property.chicagotribune.com
Indian court urges government action as hospitals cry help
With Indian hospitals struggling to secure a steady supply of oxygen, and more COVID-19 patients dying amid the shortages, a court in New Delhi says it would start punishing government officials for failing to deliver the life-saving itemswashingtonpost.com
Michigan sees ‘alarming increase’ in COVID-19 hospitalizations among unvaccinated adults
Michigan is seeing an “alarming increase” in hospitalizations among younger adults who are less likely to be vaccinated, says the Michigan Health & Hospital Association. In the past three weeks, the number of COVID-19 hospitalizations has more than doubled, from about 824 on March 1 compared to 1,687 reported Tuesday, March 23. The increases are being driven by younger adults: Since March 1, hospitalizations increased by 633% for adults ages 30-39 and by 800% for adults ages 40-49, according to inpatient data collected by the MHA. “Michigan is making progress at ultimately defeating the COVID-19 pandemic through increasing vaccination rates, but the war is not yet over,” said Dr. Gary Roth, MHA chief medical officer. “Now is not the time to let our guard down and risk contracting COVID-19 with more contagious variants emerging and vaccines becoming widely available.mlive.com
Column: Santa Claus is real: A columnist’s case for St. Nick
So it falls to adults to hear the question, to acknowledge it and to share what we know. The answer always differs — it’s as individual as fingerprints. And what each child chooses to do with that answer is, wholly and completely, unique. There isn’t a right or wrong way to feel.chicagotribune.com
3 ways college students are managing their money, from making a budget to saving for retirement
Learning how to budget expenses and set aside savings can be critical skills for young adults. However, many college students find that they don't know how to properly manage their finances. I spoke with fellow students from Carnegie Mellon University to hear about their experiences saving money, investing and cutting back on their expenses. Here are three ways these college seniors are taking control of their money. Opening a Roth IRAIn order to start saving money for retirement, Dillan Gajarawala decided to open a Roth IRA.cnbc.com
New study examines deadly toll of COVID-19 on young adults
New study examines deadly toll of COVID-19 on young adults New research shows that July 2020 may have been the deadliest month for young adults in modern American history. Dr. Jeremy Faust, attending physician in the department of emergency medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, joined CBSN to discuss new research on how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting young adults.cbsnews.com
Candoo Tech aims to empower older adults with tech support
Candoo Tech aims to empower older adults with tech support In a Pew Research Center survey about tech adoption and older adults, three-quarters of Americans over the age of 65 said they usually need someone else to show them how to use new electronic devices. Now with the pandemic changing the way we connect with others and the world, that help may be needed more than ever before. Candoo Tech founder and CEO Liz Hamburg tells CBSN how her venture aims to close the tech gap for older adults.cbsnews.com
Coronavirus in Illinois updates: Here’s what happened Nov. 17 with COVID-19 in the Chicago area
Chicago Public Schools has announced that it will continue to provide classes through remote learning until after the winter break, but then plans to begin bringing students back on Jan. 11. CPS' announcement also coincides with decisions by several suburban district to revert to remote learning as COVID-19 cases surge in Illinois. At a news conference, Reynolds defended exceptions in her mask mandate that public health experts say makes it weak. As the number of new coronavirus cases in Illinois topped 15,000 for the first time — setting a record for consecutive days — Gov. —Michael HawthorneBreaking coronavirus news Stay up to date with the latest information on coronavirus with our breaking news alerts.chicagotribune.com
Ann Arbor nonprofit to host online event focused on suicide in young adults
ANN ARBOR, Mich. Julie and Scott Halpert are on a mission to help young adults struggling with mental health. In the years since, theyve devoted themselves to creating Garretts Space -- a nonprofit working to prevent suicide in young adults. Were going to have young adults discuss their struggles with mental mental health challenges and how they overcame them and the value of Garretts Space. We just feel this has tremendous potential to reach more people, Julie Halpert said. To watch the livestream, donate or to find more information on Garretts Space, visit the official website here.
Vaping might increase risk of contracting coronavirus (COVID-19) in teens, young adults
DETROIT A new study is raising serious concerns that teenagers and young adults who vape are more likely to contract the coronavirus (COVID-19). From a lack of face coverings to a tendency to gather in groups, there are several actions that increase risk. Vaping might increase the risk of COVID-19 in young adults and teenagers, according to a study from the Stanford University School of Medicine. They found that those who used e-cigarettes were five times more likely to test positive for COVID-19 compared to non-vapers. We know that adolescents and young adults share their vaping products with each other, Halpern-Felsher said.
How can young adults transition back to living with their parents?
For the first time ever, more young adults are living with their parents than with a spouse or partner. According to the Pew Research Center, nearly a third of 18 to 34 year olds are back in their parents' homes. How can the so-called "boomerang generation" make the transition back to the nest? Jill Schlesinger reports.cbsnews.com
Running reduces risk of heart disease death, study finds
Running reduces risk of heart disease death, study finds Researchers found adults who ran consistently, even just for a few minutes, lowered their risk of dying from cardiovascular disease. Plus, a new study finds children with special needs benefit from peers with strong language skills. Marlie Hall has some of your day’s top health stories.cbsnews.com
Bullies see health benefits from bad deeds, study finds
Bullies see health benefits from bad deeds, study finds A new study reveals young adults show long-term ill effects of having been bullied as a child, while those who did the bulling are actually healthier than their peers. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips discusses the findings with the "CBS This Morning" co-hosts.cbsnews.com