CBP denies access to doctors seeking flu vaccinations for migrant children
Doctors and other healthcare providers from Doctors for Camp Closure stand outside the Chula Vista Border Patrol Station in San Ysidro hoping to get access to the facility to give flu shots to detained migrants on Dec. 9, 2019. (K.C. Alfred/The San Diego Union-Tribune/TNS)
How to make panforte, Italy’s medieval-era fruitcake with a peppery kick
The secret to making exceptional panforte is to use high-quality ingredients, including freshly ground spices; organic, farm-fresh nuts and dried fruits; and top-notch honey. (Abel Uribe/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
Research shows South Asians make up 60% of heart disease patients
Munaf Patel, 43, checks his phone while walking the roughly 1.5-mile loop path outside of his office in Glenview, Ill. on Nov. 21, 2019. After surviving two heart attacks beginning at age 39, Patel now walks regularly during his lunch hour, takes part in other athletic activities and has made dietary changes to improve his health. He also often turns on an app on his phone to track his his steps during his walk. (Heather Eidson/Chicago Tribune/TNS)
Temps are dropping drastically
A bicyclist and jogger along the lakefront in Chicago on Dec. 4, 2019.
Plaschke: Season in Paradise ends with cold, rain, sloppy play … and thanks
YUBA CITY, CALIFORNIA NOVEMBER 30, 2019-Paradise High School tight end Julian Ontiveros realizes his teams fate while losing to Sutter in the 4th quarter in the sectional championship in Yuba City, California Saturday. (Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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