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Author: Vedika Choudhary

Vedika Choudhary is an esteemed news reporter at Elite News, where she has been a valuable asset since 2021. With her exceptional reporting skills and dedication to delivering accurate news, Vedika has quickly become a trusted journalist within the industry.

I’m an ER doctor, these are the deadly mistakes people make during a medical emergency

Dr. Robert Femia, chair of emergency medicine at NYU Langone Health, told that his number one advice in an emergency is to call 911 as soon as possible.If a friend or loved one experiences a medical emergency, it's easy to panic. More and more Americans are avoiding the emergency room, according to a January Gallup poll, with nearly four in 10 putting off medical treatment due to financial concerns. However, ER doctors say taking someone to the hospital yourself instead of waiting for an ambulance could deny them vital medical attention. Calling an ambulance could save a life and prevent complications. Speed ​​is also essential. Research shows that someone who has a stroke loses 1.9 million neurons every minute they don't receive treatment. Dr. Robert Femia, chair o...

Tina Turner’s daughter-in-law reveals the pain caused by her children

The truth about Tina Turner's agonizing final years and the many health battles that she faced leading up to her death has been laid bare in great detail since the music icon passed away at the age of 83. Her strength and resilience during those years has been celebrated by many of her friends, family, and fans in recent days - but now, one person who knew her more intimately than most could ever have, is opening up about the very personal pain that Tina was grappling with long before she was diagnosed with any illness. In her first interview since Tina's death earlier this week, the Proud Mary singer's daughter-in-law Afida is opening up in searing detail about the incredible heartache that she suffered as a mother two four children - two of whom she tragically outlived. Speaking exclusiv...

BLM co-founder quietly said goodbye to Warner Bros after it produced ZERO content after two years

Black Lives Matter co-founder Patrisse Cullors has been quietly fired from her deal with Warner Bros TV after failing to produce content. Cullors, 39, signed the deal with the media giant in 2020 to much fanfare, but it ended in secret in October 2022, news broke Friday. "Unfortunately, the deal did not result in any shows being produced," a source told the New York Post. Cullors claimed in January 2022 that he was working on a documentary about how reparations were similar to the idea of ​​land devolution, where Native Americans got their land back, and another about black social mobility. She had also reportedly written a series on marijuana and leading black women, according to the Hollywood Reporter. Patrisse Cullors, 39, signed a television deal with Warner Bros. in 2020, bu...

Dangers of swallowing gum: A 5-year-old boy had an emergency operation after his intestines became blocked

EXCLUSIVE: Bit off more than he could chew: 5-year-old boy who swallowed FORTY gum has emergency surgery to unblock stomachBy Luke Andrews Health reporter for Dailymail.Com Updated: 10:52 EDT, May 27, 2023 There's a good reason moms have always warned us not to swallow gum because it could stay inside our bodies 'forever'.A child in Ohio swallowed nearly 40 pieces and had to undergo emergency surgery underscores this point.The boy began to suffer from cramps and diarrhea when the gum clumped in his stomach and began to clog his digestive system. The emergency operation consisted of removing the gum from the throat.He suffered no long-term effects, but the doctors said he was lucky the gum hadn't b...

Only 33% of the $90 million Black Lives Matter received went to charitable causes

Just 33 percent of Black Lives Matter's cumulative donations of $90 million went to charitable causes, says a shocking new report. The group doled out around $30 million between 2020 and 2022, during which time it raised $90 million in donations while promoting itself as the preeminent civil rights organization in the US. Among the benefactors of BLM's paltry donations were friends and family of co-founder Patrisse Cullors, particularly her graffiti-artist brother, Paul, who received $1.7 million in salaries and contracts during that period.Cullors' brother was on the board of BLM, he received a salary of just under $140,000, while his company, Black Ties Security, was paid more than $750,000 by the group for "security services," it reports. the New York Post. Patrisse Cullors' fr...

Pennsylvania nurse accused of killing two patients by ‘giving them lethal doses of insulin’

A Pennsylvania nurse has been charged with administering lethal doses of insulin that resulted in the deaths of two patients and the hospitalization of a third after she "felt poorly about her quality of life."Heather Pressdee, 40, of Natrona Heights, Pennsylvania, was charged Wednesday with two counts of murder in connection with the deaths of two men, one 55 and one 83.Pressdee was also charged with attempted murder of a 73-year-old man, one count of aggravated assault and three counts of neglect of a dependent caretaker and three counts of reckless endangerment. The deranged murders took place at Quality Life Services, a skilled nursing facility in Chicora where Pressdee worked as a registered nurse.Investigators said the victims were under Pressdee's care when they received an overdose...