Euronews 21 Nov 2020

This Swiss resort may hold the secret to living longer


Could 'biohacking' help you live a longer, healthier life?

At just 23 years old, American singer-songwriter, record producer and actor Finneas O'Connell has already had an impressive career. He's got five Grammy Awards under his belt for work on his chart-topping younger sister Billie Eilish's debut album "When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go?" Known for writing and producing music for various artists, he also has a successful solo career writing songs that typically rack up millions of views. He caught up with FRANCE 24's Florence Villeminot virtually from Los Angeles to talk about the EP he released last year, "Blood Harmony". 
With just days until the Thanksgiving holiday, coronavirus infections are rising across the U.S. at staggering rates. More than 3 million cases have been confirmed in November alone. Former Trump administration Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price joins CBSN AM to discuss the future of the pandemic.
Actress and activist Rosie Perez joins Nicolle Wallace to discuss how she thinks covid has made many voters wake up, and speaks to the power Latino and Latina Americans have if they go to the polls. Aired on 10/30/2020.
Environment Secretary George Eustice says the way to avoid a third national lockdown is by 'observing the tiered approach'.

He added that 'you can't rule anything out' when asked by Sky News if the 'stay at home' measures could come back into force to keep coronavirus under control.

The minister also admitted it may be as late as 'next summer' until 'we can all start to get back to normal', dependent upon a vaccine.

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