The holiday shopping season has officially begun with an estimated 130 million people planning to “shop ’til they drop” this Black Friday. But the deals are no longer restricted to Friday, with many retailers rolling out holiday discounts earlier this month. This change is causing some to question whether or not Black Friday is still the best day for discounts. Founder and CEO of Storch Advisors, Gerald Storch, joins the Rundown to explain why he thinks Black Friday is more of a “concept” and not a holiday, why consumers are spending more right now, and share why he believes it will be a slow holiday season for retailers.

Nearly forty percent of adults in the United States are considered obese, and many people are looking for a quick and easy way to lose weight. Ozempic, a popular drug used to treat diabetes, skyrocketed in popularity after celebrities began using it for weight loss. Now, doctors fear the long-term effects the drug may have on the world of health and fitness. FOX News Medical contributor and NYU Langone professor Dr. Marc Siegel explains how these drugs work, how overprescription of these drugs will hurt diabetes patients who need them, and how Ozempic became such a sought-after drug.

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