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(NEXSTAR) – A viral video showing a San Diego sheriff’s deputy nearly dying after being exposed to fentanyl is drawing skepticism in the medical community. Experts say fentanyl overdoses don’t happen the way it’s depicted in the video.
Doctors are learning more about the ongoing health effects of COVID-19, the main ones include the loss of taste and smell.
A sign at a Missouri donut shop received some pushback from customers. It read “stop importing COVID from Mexico unmask truth.” Even though it’s been changed, some people say they are still disappointed with the owners.
A woman in Chicago found a newborn inside a dresser in an alley, while she looking for recyclable materials near trash cans. Authorities say the woman held onto the child until paramedics arrived.
A father’s newfound talent inspired him to create portrait pencil drawings.