Health Concern: Pennsylvania Voters Diagnose Fetterman’s Fitness To Serve
PITTSBURGH – Pennsylvania voters are split on whether Lt. Gov. John Fetterman’s health is cause for concern after Tuesday night’s debate against Dr. Mehmet Oz.
“It almost made him seem as if he was not even qualified to do the functions of the office,” Jon told Fox News.
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Dave says he’s not concerned about Democrat John Fetterman’s cognitive ability following the debate on Oct. 25, 2022. He says he’s confident Fetterman’s speech will improve.
But Fetterman supporters said they’re confident in the Democrat’s cognitive abilities.
“His speech will get better. With his ideas, we know who he is. We know what he stands for,” Dave said. “Doctors have spoken and we feel comfortable.”
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Fetterman suffered a stroke earlier this year and repeatedly stumbled over his answers during his only debate against Oz, his Republican opponent.
“I know people who have had strokes and have aphasia, and it’s generally a passing thing,” Paul said.
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“We should not discriminate about anything,” said Hua, removing his glasses. “See? I have my glasses, so there’s not a problem.”
Hannah Ray Lambert is an associate producer/writer with Fox News Digital Originals.
Health And Fitness Expo Set For Saturday In Centerville
There will be free health screenings, fun activities, and information
CENTERVILLE, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – The Greater Warner Robins National Pan-Hellenic Council wants families to focus on their health this weekend. The organization is holding a Health and Fitness Expo on Saturday, October 29th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. It is taking place at the Centerville City Hall Community Room located at 300 Church Street.
Organizers say the event will provide free health screenings, fun activities, and information on products and services related to healthy living. The expo offers the following free services:
- Blood Pressure Tests
- Glucose Tests
- Chiropractic Information
- Information brochures
- Demonstrations/Hand-on Activities
- Behavioral Healthcare
- Healthcare Diagnostic
- Commit Dance Fitness/Participation
- Holistic/Natural Healthcare Products
Plus vendors will offer information about Prostate Cancer, Sickle Cell Anemia, Diabetes, HIV/AIDS, Heart Health, Kidney Health, Alzheimer’s Disease, Stroke prevention, and Domestic violence awareness.
The expo also includes line dancing and activities for all ages. Organizers say the event is a fun way to check up on your health before the busy holiday events season.
“The Friendsgiving, the Thanksgiving, the potlucks–In the midst of all that just don’t forget little things you can do to stay active,” said NPHC Greater Warner Robins President La’Keisha Colbert. “You don’t have to go run a 5K. You can do small things.”
The event is free, but you do need to register to get your flu shot or COVID vaccination. Click here to register.
Apple, Let’s Finally See Our Fitness And Health Info On Our Macs And IPads Too
I’ve always loved checking those three rings on my Apple Watch and iPhone to make sure I can collect those Fitness badges. They remind me of the Gym badges from the Pokémon games, but I’m at the point where I want to see this and health info on my other Apple devices.
I use a MacBook Pro 14-inch daily, and while widgets on macOS are falling behind compared to what’s on offer in iOS and iPadOS, there’s currently no app where I can easily check my fitness goals or the helpful overviews in Health for my cardio and new trends.
The same (almost) goes for the iPad. While there’s a ‘Fitness’ app available, it’s only for Fitness Plus users to help perform the video workouts that are available as part of their subscriptions, which feels like a missed opportunity.
With macOS Ventura, iOS 16.1, and iPadOS 16.1 all scheduled to arrive later today (October 24), I want to see Apple make these two apps available on every device, not just on iPhone and Apple Watch.
Health matters to Apple – you see it everywhere, from the privacy settings that keep your information safe from others to the many different features that Apple Watch offers in monitoring your heart, blood oxygen levels, and more.
Checking your fitness on the new Lock Screen in iOS 16 is great, but I want Apple to go further. I want to see the ability to place extra-large fitness widgets on an iPad’s home screen, for example, or at least be able to see Health and Fitness updates that I can access from the macOS menubar.
All of these would be massively helpful to me and others, as we’d be able to see how our move goals are going without raising our wrists or tapping our iPhone displays.
Health isn’t limited to the smartphones we use – it’s everywhere, and it should be easier to access, rather than feeling like an exclusive feature to iOS and watchOS.
We’re at the point where we’re wondering what we could see in iOS 17, watchOS 10, and macOS 14, and now that widgets finally have their place on iPhone and iPad, let’s see health and fitness arrive on Mac and iPad in as big a way as they have on Watch and iPhone for the last few years.