Nadine Samonte (R) and her third child, Harmony Saige. Image: Instagram/@nadinesamonte, @niceprintphoto Nadine Samonte has finally welcomed her third child with husband Richard Chua after a difficult first few months of pregnancy. The actress proudly showed photos of her newborn baby girl, Harmony Saige, on her Instagram page today, Nov. 30. She was at high risk of losing Harmony due to Samonte’s polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) and antiphospholipid antibody syndrome (APAS) diagnoses. “Everyone meet Harmony Saige Chua, our third/bunso (youngest),” Samonte announced. She then thanked her doctor for delivering all of her children thus far, especially her third child through the difficult pregnancy. “I would like to thank my [obstetrician-gynecologist] Dra. Sua-Lao for everything. I can say she is the best doctor talga napaka talino at maalaga sobra. Without you wala akong Heather, Titus and Harmony (You are truly a smart and caring doctor. Without you, I would not ... » Learn More about Nadine Samote gives birth to third baby after difficult pregnancy
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NEW YORK: Oil pared gains late on Monday, but finished the session higher as investors viewed Friday's slump in oil and financial markets as overdone absent more data on the Omicron coronavirus variant. Brent briefly surged above $77 a barrel, while U.S. crude touched highs above $72. However, both contracts gave up gains late in the session. Brent crude futures settled at $73.44 a barrel, up 72 cents or 1%, having slid by $9.50 on Friday. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude settled up $1.80, or 2.6% at $69.95 a barrel. The contract tumbled $10.24 in the previous session. In post-settlement trade, Brent briefly turned into negative territory on thin volumes. Friday's slide was the biggest one-day drop since April 2020, reflecting fears that coronavirus-related travel bans would hammer demand. The plunge was exacerbated by lower liquidity owing to a U.S. holiday. "We believe that the plunge in oil price s has been overblown," said Michael Tran, an analyst at RBC ... » Learn More about Oil pares gains, but ends higher after Friday slump
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was hospitalized on Sunday after suffering persistent Covid-19 symptoms 10 days after testing positive. Number 10 Downing Street said he still remains in charge of the government. Johnson, who was isolating in No.10 Downing Street, still had a high persistently temperature. His doctors felt he should go to hospital for tests in what the government said was a “precautionary step”. “On the advice of his doctor, the prime minister has tonight been admitted to hospital for tests,” his Downing Street office said in a statement. Prime Minister Johnson is expected to stay overnight. “This is a precautionary step, as the prime minister continues to have persistent symptoms the statement added. Johnson First Wold Leader to Contract Covid-19 News of his hospitalization came only after an hour after Queen Elizabeth delivered a rallying call to the British public. Saying they would overcome the coronavirus outbreak if they stayed resolute, ... » Learn More about British Prime Minister Hospitalized Over Covid-19 Symptoms
Table of Contents (Quick Navigation) Many people suffer from migraines, and they can’t find a way to get relief. Sometimes, migraine symptoms are so bad that it’s difficult to function or even leave their house. A new study has found that Delta 8 gummies may help with symptoms, but is it safe? This blog discusses what Delta 8 gummies are, how they work, and if they could be an effective treatment for migraine sufferers. How to Use Delta 8 gummies for Migraines Use of delta 8 gummies may help with the following symptoms associated with migraines: Delta-tetrahydrocannabinol or THC is a chemical found in marijuana. When you ingest Delta-tetrahydrocannabinol, it attaches to receptors in your brain and can improve how well your body responds to pain. There are two types of cannabinoids that have been used for migraine relief, Delta and THC. Researchers from Yale University School of Medicine performed a study on rats who had been given an infusion of ... » Learn More about Can Delta 8 Gummies Help Migraines?
GENEVA, Dec 4 (AFP): The Omicron variant has been detected in 38 countries but no deaths have yet been reported, the WHO said on Friday (Dec 4), as authorities worldwide rushed to stem the heavily mutated Covid-19 strain's spread amid warnings that it could damage the global economic recovery. The United States and Australia became the latest countries to confirm locally transmitted cases of the variant, as Omicron infections pushed South Africa's total cases past three million. The World Health Organisation has warned it could take weeks to determine how infectious the variant is, whether it causes more severe illness and how effective treatments and vaccines are against it. "We're going to get the answers that everybody out there needs," WHO emergencies director Michael Ryan said. The WHO said on Friday it had still not seen any reports of deaths related to Omicron, but the new variant's spread has led to warnings that it could cause more than half of Europe's Covid cases in ... » Learn More about WHO says no Omicron deaths yet, as variant spreads worldwide