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Health: neighbourhoods - David Carrigg - Bonnie Henry
Dr. Henry confirms B.C. is in its third wave of infection and asks people not to leave their neighbourhoods
Dr. Henry confirms B.C. is in its third wave of infection and asks people not to leave their neighbourhoods
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Health: valid - anybody
…works or studies in Wisconsin can get vaccinated for free,…
Anybody who lives, works or studies in Wisconsin can get vaccinated for free, even without ID or insurance.
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Health: COVID - outsmarts - worrisome - sleeves - mutated
The vaccines currently being rolled out across the U.S. offer strong protection, but new studies of experimental…
The vaccines currently being rolled out across the U.S. offer strong protection, but new studies of experimental updates to the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines are a step toward an alternative if the virus eventually outsmarts today’s shots.
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Health: COVID - normalcy - Rutgers - spacing - classrooms
BOSTON — U.S. colleges hoping for a return to normalcy next fall are weighing how far they should go in urging students to…
BOSTON — U.S. colleges hoping for a return to normalcy next fall are weighing how far they should go in urging students to get the COVID-19 vaccine, including whether they should — or legally can — require it.
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Health: ultra-contagious - British Columbia - Scott Brown
Resort municipality has been a hotspot for COVID-19 transmission and ground zero for the ultra-contagious P.…
Resort municipality has been a hotspot for COVID-19 transmission and ground zero for the ultra-contagious P.1 variant in British Columbia.
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Health: pandemic - ciudad - JUAREZ - Mexico More - upside
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico – More than a year after the U.S.-Mexico border was partially shut down,…
CIUDAD JUAREZ, Mexico – More than a year after the U.S.-Mexico border was partially shut down, life remains upside down here because of the pandemic, which...
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Health: checkup - steady
…Henrik Lundqvist announced that he wouldn’t return to the ice to play for the…
In a two-tweet statement Sunday, Henrik Lundqvist announced that he wouldn’t return to the ice to play for the Capitals this season because his “heart isn’t quite ready.”
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Health: Beijing Friday - coronavirus - Sinovac - mixing
BEIJING — Indonesia said Monday that it is satisfied with the effectiveness of the Sinovac coronavirus…
BEIJING — Indonesia said Monday that it is satisfied with the effectiveness of the Sinovac coronavirus vaccine it is using, after the acknowledgement by China’s top disease control official that current vaccines offer low protection against the virus.
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Health: Buddhika Weerasinghe - cancer-fighting - Ujitawara
Green tea has an impressive reputation as a fat-burning, cancer-fighting beverage.
Green tea has an impressive reputation as a fat-burning, cancer-fighting beverage.
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Health: Greater Vancouver Food Bank - Ronald McDonald
…Greater Vancouver Food Bank, B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation, and Ronald McDonald House B.C. and Yukon.
Along with B.C. Cancer, five other charities are partners in this year’s Virtual Race: B.C. SPCA, Family Services of Greater Vancouver, Greater Vancouver Food Bank, B.C. Children’s Hospital Foundation, and Ronald McDonald House B.C. and Yukon.
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Health: explore - dose - 11 - 12
Explore the map to see how many people have been vaccinated for COVID-19 near you.
Explore the map to see how many people have been vaccinated for COVID-19 near you.
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Health: Anthony Fauci - Infectious Diseases - Capitol Hill
White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday said “…
White House chief medical adviser Dr. Anthony Fauci on Sunday said “it’s still not OK” for people to gather in public indoors even if they’re vaccinated against COVID-19.
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decriminialization - cannabis - enacted - marijuana
Pro-marijuana advocates applauded Virginia legalizing recreational…
Pro-marijuana advocates applauded Virginia legalizing recreational pot, but critics say that the further decriminalization of cannabis could worsen the U.S. drug crisis.
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Health: Ganges River - Kumbh Mela - Hinduism - coronavirus
NEW DELHI — Tens of thousands of Hindu devotees gathered by the Ganges River for special…
NEW DELHI — Tens of thousands of Hindu devotees gathered by the Ganges River for special prayers Monday, many of them flouting social distancing practices as the coronavirus spreads in India with record speed. The Kumbh Mela, or pitcher...
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Health: vaccinated - indoors - essence - masks
…masks — or basically, in essence, do anything that involves being around others.
Anthony Fauci said that even those who’ve been vaccinated should not gather indoors, or eat indoors, or remove their masks — or basically, in essence, do anything that involves being around others.
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Health: US Supreme Court - pro-life - outcry - DOULIERY
Many medical procedures are ethically similar to abortion — but…
Many medical procedures are ethically similar to abortion — but without the outcry. Why?
Though the incidence of clotting disorders is extremely low, regulators and researchers are… (James Gathany)Seattletimes
Health: AstraZeneca-Oxford - clotting - incidence - abdominal
Though the incidence of clotting disorders is extremely low, regulators and…
Though the incidence of clotting disorders is extremely low, regulators and researchers are trying to raise public awareness of certain symptoms — including headaches, leg swelling and abdominal pain — especially in younger people who have been vaccinated.
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Health: unnecessary - masks - discussion - removed
…DeSantis and health experts because the…
YouTube removed a video of a roundtable discussion with Gov. Ron DeSantis and health experts because the experts had said face masks were unnecessary for children.
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Health: Ron DeSantis - misinformation - coronavirus
…some participants said children should not wear masks.
In the video from a March 18 panel discussion, some participants said children should not wear masks. That goes against U.S. government guidelines. YouTube said the video violated its policy against medical misinformation.
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Health: Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell - vaccinations
…boosted by quickening vaccinations and…
WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy, boosted by quickening vaccinations and signs of rapid hiring, is headed toward a strong recovery, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell said Thursday.
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Health: President Biden - Moderna COVID-19
…immune response amid the emerging crisis.
The Biden administration defended its decision to surge personnel and therapeutics to Michigan instead of offering it extra vaccines, citing the weeks it would take to get an immune response amid the emerging crisis.
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Health: Associated Press - coronavirus - mystifying
…left on the shelves as infections climb.
States have delayed ordering hundreds of thousands of vaccine doses available to them even as coronavirus outbreaks escalate. States cite a variety of reasons for the delays, but experts say nothing should be left on the shelves as infections climb.
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awhile - peek - NWS Boston
…weekend because it won’t be back for awhile.
Hope you got out to enjoy the beautiful summer weather over the weekend because it won’t be back for awhile.
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Politics: State Antony Blinken - Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley
…career diplomat for more than three decades.
Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley served as a senior career diplomat for more than three decades.
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Health: Gordon McIntyre - puppy - overwhelmed - trainer
There too many dogs to help and too many…
There too many dogs to help and too many families overwhelmed, trainer says of puppy pandemic
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Health: Tom Sandborn
When news breaks about Canadian elders, the news is often very bad.
When news breaks about Canadian elders, the news is often very bad.
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Health: cline - dealing
…dealing with mental health...
A mental health clinic is expanding in Grand Prairie to serve more patients, as public health officials say more people are dealing with mental health...
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Health: VIRUS CHILDREN - ELLEN ROSEN - pandemic - EDITORIAL
…What can we do this summer? We asked…
At this point, all we really want to know is: What can we do this summer? We asked epidemiologists and other public health experts — a pretty cautious group — what they are planning for their own summer vacations.
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Health: DFW International Airport - Aeromexico - COVID
…19 pandemic forced the carrier to...
Mexican airline Aeromexico is resuming flights between DFW International Airport and Mexico City in July after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the carrier to...
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Health: Portugal Embraer E195AR - Associated Press
After a schedule change, COVID-19 eventually caused the flights to be canceled.
Before the pandemic, John Schmidt of New York booked round-trip flights to Lisbon, Portugal. After a schedule change, COVID-19 eventually caused the flights to be canceled. TAP Air Portugal offers a voucher, but Schmidt argues a refund is in order.
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Health: COVID - Ellis Davis - Herron Mitchell - intersection
Hope has eclipsed fear at the Ellis Davis Field House near the intersection of Interstates…
Hope has eclipsed fear at the Ellis Davis Field House near the intersection of Interstates 20 and 35E. What started out in March 2020 as one of the largest...
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Health: COVID-19 - pandemic - pivotal - demonstrated
About 40% of all abortions in the U.S. are now done through medication — rather than surgery — and that option has become…
About 40% of all abortions in the U.S. are now done through medication — rather than surgery — and that option has become all the more pivotal during the COVID-19 pandemic. Abortion rights advocates say the pandemic has demonstrated the...
Health: Philippine Maj - territorial - exercises - battling
MANILA, Philippines — American and Philippines forces on Monday opened one of their most…
MANILA, Philippines — American and Philippines forces on Monday opened one of their most scaled down annual combat exercises in decades due to the pandemic, and organizers said the drills would remain focused on territorial defense, battling terrorism and...
Health: seven-day - trend
Both the daily case count and the average case count increased on Friday, as COVID-19 cases continue to…
Both the daily case count and the average case count increased on Friday, as COVID-19 cases continue to trend in the wrong direction.
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Health: Disease Control - China Centers - mixing - Chengdu
…disease control official says their effectiveness is low and the government is considering mixing them to get a boost.
In a rare admission of the weakness of Chinese coronavirus vaccines, the country’s top disease control official says their effectiveness is low and the government is considering mixing them to get a boost.
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Health: Susan Krauss Whitbourne - time of measurement
…traveling and the other pleasures of a good life.
Like everyone else, introverts are excited about seeing family and close friends in person, dining in restaurants, traveling and the other pleasures of a good life. But most are not interested in facing the forced small talk, big parties and...
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Health: 900-pound - Malia Somerville - Aquarium - mammals
…people to roll over this 900-pound sleeping bear.
Blizzard, who is 25 and old for a polar bear, had his annual medical exam at the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium. Five women did the exam, but it took a dozen people to roll over this 900-pound sleeping bear.
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Pacific Northwest - forerunner - breezes - doom
…that's what Western Washington is facing this week.
No matter what you call sunny, dry days with blue skies and slightly cooling breezes in the Pacific Northwest, whether nice or the forerunner of climatic doom, that's what Western Washington is facing this week.
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Health: Yaline Cardoso-Barreto - Program Administrator
Fewer than six of out 10 Massachusetts’ parents say that their child has…
Fewer than six of out 10 Massachusetts’ parents say that their child has learned enough during the coronavirus pandemic to stay on track and advance to the next grade level in the fall, accor…
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Health: Lori Culbert - paramedics - worsened - responded
declared a public health emergency 5 years ago, but the overdose crisis…
B.C. declared a public health emergency 5 years ago, but the overdose crisis worsened in 2020 when paramedics responded to 74 calls a day.
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Health: coronavirus - mixing - admission - weakness - rare
BEIJING — In a rare admission of the weakness of Chinese coronavirus vaccines, the country’s top…
BEIJING — In a rare admission of the weakness of Chinese coronavirus vaccines, the country’s top disease control official says their effectiveness is low and the government is considering mix…
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abortion-inducing - East Texas - Hayes Center Board
…city for the unborn,” outlawing abortion as well as abortion-inducing drugs within its municipal limits.
A tiny Nebraska village has become the 24th U.S. town to approve an ordinance declaring itself a “sanctuary city for the unborn,” outlawing abortion as well as abortion-inducing drugs within its municipal limits.
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Health: gender-confirmation - vetoes - Fifteen
Arkansas became the first state to ban gender-confirmation treatments for…
Arkansas became the first state to ban gender-confirmation treatments for transgender minors. Fifteen other states are considering similar laws.
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Health: Massachusetts Give New Hampshire - Granite
Can’t get a vaccine appointment in Massachusetts? Give New Hampshire a shot.
Can’t get a vaccine appointment in Massachusetts? Give New Hampshire a shot.
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Health: vaccinators - Stehekin - cooler - ambulances
…amid isolation to the residents of Stehekin and Holden...
Through 120 miles of lake and mountain terrain, these vaccinators hauled a precious cargo to some of the Lower 48's most remote communities. The COVID-19 vaccines in a cooler bring hope amid isolation to the residents of Stehekin and Holden...
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Health: COVID - New York Times - coronavirus - Dashkevich
…about a dozen of them in black bags on stretchers.
SAMARA, Russia — She burst into the hospital morgue, and the bodies were everywhere, about a dozen of them in black bags on stretchers. She headed straight for the autopsy room, pleading with the guard in a black jacket, “Can...
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Health: coronavirus - unsuspecting - squash - responding
…spent more than $2 trillion responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
The U.S. has already spent more than $2 trillion responding to the coronavirus pandemic.
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Health: Rochelle Walensky - AP Photo Susan Walsh - Pool
…said the agency would take steps to address an issue…
Rochelle Walensky, the CDC director, said the agency would take steps to address an issue affecting “the health of our entire nation.”
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Health: Brazilian Worker - coronavirus - New England - snaked
BOSTON - The line started outside, on a street usually teeming with people waiting to enter college bars, and snaked up…
BOSTON - The line started outside, on a street usually teeming with people waiting to enter college bars, and snaked up the stairs of an old firehouse to the Brazilian Worker Center, where shots of the coronavirus vaccine were being...
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Health: Disease Control - China Centers - Chinatopix Via AP
…rates,” said the director of the China Centers for Disease Control.
Chinese vaccines “don’t have very high protection rates,” said the director of the China Centers for Disease Control.
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Health: home-organization - Jane Stoller - shelving - Ikea
…choose one part of a room or a category — like your books.
When it comes to where to begin, start small, says home-organization expert Jane Stoller. Instead of putting a lot of pressure on yourself to overhaul any one room completely, choose one part of a room or a category — like your books.
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Health: Jeremy Allen White - Debbie Gallagher
It’s three days after “Shameless” wrapped filming after 11 seasons…
It’s three days after “Shameless” wrapped filming after 11 seasons and reality hasn’t completely set in yet for Jeremy Allen White. Yes, in his mind he knows the Showtime dr…
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Health: Celia Shaughnessy
…000 people per day received vaccinations at the Wisconsin Center.
Over the last week, an average of 2,000 people per day received vaccinations at the Wisconsin Center. But the site has the capacity to vaccinate over 4,000 people.
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Health: COVID - Rosa Sanchez - Latinos - fraught - mortality
Latinos are the ethnic group with the highest COVID-19 mortality rate in Dallas County…
Latinos are the ethnic group with the highest COVID-19 mortality rate in Dallas County and their access to the vaccine has been fraught with obstacles....
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Health: Pfizer - doses - vaccine
The weekly average of new confirmed COVID-19 cases is double what it was a month ago,…
The weekly average of new confirmed COVID-19 cases is double what it was a month ago, according to Wisconsin Department of Health Services data.
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Health: Antony Blinken - fueled
…pandemic fueled the global crisis. Antony Blinken says.
China's failure to provide\u00a0access to international public health experts in the early stages of the pandemic fueled the global crisis. Antony Blinken says.
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Health: traumas - neurological
…within six months of infection. Latest COVID news.
A new study estimates 1 in 3 survivors were diagnosed with a psychiatric or neurological condition within six months of infection. Latest COVID news.
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Health: Nine Zero - reopening - terminated
Ayanna Pressley threw her support on Saturday behind 52 workers…
U.S. Rep. Ayanna Pressley threw her support on Saturday behind 52 workers who said they were terminated from Boston’s Nine Zero Hotel, calling their firings an “unconscionable” &#…
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Health: President Joe Biden - President Trump - 001st
Nearly 40% of U.S. Marines offered the COVID-19 vaccine have refused receiving it.
Nearly 40% of U.S. Marines offered the COVID-19 vaccine have refused receiving it.
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Health: COVID - late-adopters - crowding
…Patrick Allen said seven counties had vaccinated less than half their seniors.
Last week, Oregon Health Authority Director Patrick Allen said seven counties had vaccinated less than half their seniors.
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Health: Duchess Meghan - 99-year-old - Philip Mountbatten
Prince Harry will be attending his grandfather Prince Philip's\u00a0funeral, following the death of…
Prince Harry will be attending his grandfather Prince Philip's\u00a0funeral, following the death of the 99-year-old royal Friday.
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Health: COVID - coronavirus - pandemic
…relief payments and more.
Americans have tons of questions about their stimulus checks and 2020 taxes. Here’s what you need to know about 2021 COVID-relief payments and more.
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Health: American Medical Association - criticizing
…healthcare field during a February podcast.
An editor at the Journal of the American Medical Association is out of a job after criticizing the concept of structural racism in the healthcare field during a February podcast.
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When we demanded more work by Black creators…
When we demanded more work by Black creators we may not have accounted for the truth they'd bring to horror
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Dining: Washington Gov - Jay Inslee - bellingham
…COVID-19 reopening phase to another, making it easier for counties to remain in their current phase. Counties must...
BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday altered the criteria used to determine whether a county moves from one COVID-19 reopening phase to another, making it easier for counties to remain in their current phase. Counties must...
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Health: Minister Adrian Dix - administering - efficiently
Despite the unpredictability of deliveries, we are administering the Moderna vaccine as efficiently as supplies…
Despite the unpredictability of deliveries, we are administering the Moderna vaccine as efficiently as supplies allow: Health Minister Adrian Dix
Health: Jim Walsh - so-called - COVID-19 - R-Aberdeeen
Jim Walsh introduced a bill this week to prohibit the use of so-called vaccine passports, controversial systems that…
Jim Walsh introduced a bill this week to prohibit the use of so-called vaccine passports, controversial systems that prove individuals are vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Health: Associated Press - Tehran’s Grand Bazaar
…country battling the Middle East’s worst outbreak.
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran on Saturday began a 10-day lockdown amid a fourth wave of coronavirus infections, state TV reported, a worrisome trend after more than a year of the country battling the Middle East’s worst outbreak.
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Health: Foreign Relations - injected - UNICEF - COVAX
…according to data compiled daily by UNICEF,…
During the past two weeks, according to data compiled daily by UNICEF, fewer than 2 million COVAX doses in total were cleared for shipment to 92 countries in the developing world — the same amount injected in Britain alone.
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Health: White House - coronavirus - COVID - restricting
…that lack strong vaccination programs.
Hospitals are filling up fast as coronavirus cases spike in countries that lack strong vaccination programs. Even the U.S. is seeing a small uptick in new cases, and the White House announced Friday that it would send federal help to...
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Health: Republican Jewish Coalition - detached
…emergency surgery on Friday for a detached...
WASHINGTON – Houston congressman Dan Crenshaw, a former Navy SEAL who lost an eye in Afghanistan, underwent emergency surgery on Friday for a detached...
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Health: JAMA Pediatrics - COVID - 337 - 17
…according to researchers who this week called…
About 40,000 young children in the U.S. have already lost a parent to COVID-19, according to researchers who this week called the number a “staggering” estimate.
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Health: post-traumatic - Steve Serbic - Tiffany Crawford
…depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Steve Serbic, assistant fire chief at the Surrey Fire Department, is an advocate for clinical counselling and believes there is hope for people struggling with depression and post-traumatic stress disorder.
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Health: Wisconsin-Madison - linnane - Bannon - Daphne Chen
…says an epidemiologist and professor at…
Not enough of the population is yet vaccinated to prevent a surge, says an epidemiologist and professor at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
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Health: Philip Mountbatten - Greece - funeral
…his children and funeral plans.
Here's everything you need to know about the late Prince Philip, his role in the royal family, his children and funeral plans.
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Health: Pfizer - COVID-19 - pharmacies - inoculate - scoop
…helping the chain scoop up more customers in…
CVS pharmacies are becoming a haven for people desperate for a second vaccine dose, helping the chain scoop up more customers in the race to inoculate America against COVID-19.
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Eductaion: age-based - Cheryl - ongoing
Seven teachers' unions in the health region wants B.C. to shift its focus from the ongoing age-based vaccination to…
Seven teachers' unions in the health region wants B.C. to shift its focus from the ongoing age-based vaccination to vaccinating front-line workers.
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Health: coronavirus - inoculated - COVID-19 - hospitalization
…cases requiring hospitalization, according to data...
As tens of millions of people in the United States reach the coronavirus vaccination finish line, a small fraction have had breakthrough infections, testing positive for the virus after being inoculated and in rare cases requiring hospitalization, according to data...
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Health: outbreaks - outraged
Prioritizing prisoners to get the vaccine outraged Republicans, but weeks later few inmates have…
Prioritizing prisoners to get the vaccine outraged Republicans, but weeks later few inmates have actually received a dose.
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COVID-19 - pancake - Keukenhof - bulb - zoos
A maximum of 5,000 visitors were allowed into the garden, nestled amid the pancake flat bulb fields between Amsterdam…
A maximum of 5,000 visitors were allowed into the garden, nestled amid the pancake flat bulb fields between Amsterdam and The Hague, if they could show proof that they had just tested negative for COVID-19.
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Health: AstraZeneca - milestone - Pfizer - Cheryl Chan
…Friday with more than a million doses — 1,025,019 — of Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines administered to date.
B.C. also hit a positive milestone on Friday with more than a million doses — 1,025,019 — of Pfizer, Moderna, and AstraZeneca vaccines administered to date.
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Health: COVID - Yakima County - disproportionately - pandemic
…surrounded by agricultural communities, which have been disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
A mass vaccination site in Yakima was opened because it is surrounded by agricultural communities, which have been disproportionately impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
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Health: Covid-19 - mitigate - altogether - trillion
policymakers have spent trillions of dollars to mitigate the effects of Covid-19. But the answer to preventing the…
U.S. policymakers have spent trillions of dollars to mitigate the effects of Covid-19. But the answer to preventing the next pandemic altogether lies elsewhere.
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News: Keith Fraser - claiming
…suffered $9 million US in gambling debts due to a prescription drug.
A judge has tossed a case involving the estate of a man claiming he suffered $9 million US in gambling debts due to a prescription drug.
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Health: COVID - European Medicines Agency - fatal - assess
…have emerged after vaccination with the J&J shot, the agency said Friday.
The European Union’s drug regulator said it has started a review of blood clots in people who received Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 vaccine. Four serious cases, one fatal, have emerged after vaccination with the J&J shot, the agency said Friday.
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Health: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel - Olivia Cohen - daphne
According to the Journal Sentinel review of hundreds of state and federal inspection…
According to the Journal Sentinel review of hundreds of state and federal inspection reports, officials cited 133 of Wisconsin’s 360 nursing homes.
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Health: raspy-voiced - Party Up - hip-hop - art - songs
…Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” and “Party Up ” who had one of rap’s most distincti…
NEW YORK — DMX, the raspy-voiced hip-hop artist behind the songs “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” and “Party Up ” who had one of rap’s most distincti…
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Sport: National Institute - Anthony Fauci - coronavirus
Dr. Anthony Fauci is always on message about the coronavirus pandemic.
Dr. Anthony Fauci is always on message about the coronavirus pandemic. The problem is, that message is as firm as Jell-O. Back in February, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Inf…
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Health: raspy-voiced - Grammy - Party Up - hip-hop
…Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” and “Party Up ” and who rapped with a...
NEW YORK — DMX, the raspy-voiced hip-hop artist who produced the songs “Ruff Ryders’ Anthem” and “Party Up ” and who rapped with a...
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Health: inoculate - vulnerable
South Oak Cliff high school will become a COVID-19 vaccine site Saturday, as health officials work to inoculate…
South Oak Cliff high school will become a COVID-19 vaccine site Saturday, as health officials work to inoculate residents from the most vulnerable...
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Health: billboards - disproportionate - thirteen - Wahl
Thirteen people are telling their stories in ads on TV, radio and billboards as part of a local campaign to…
Thirteen people are telling their stories in ads on TV, radio and billboards as part of a local campaign to build confidence in COVID-19 vaccines.
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Health: Drug Administration - Brewster Ambulance Company
Pfizer is seeking clearance from the Food and Drug Administration to use its coronavirus vaccine in kids age 12-15,…
Pfizer is seeking clearance from the Food and Drug Administration to use its coronavirus vaccine in kids age 12-15, the company announced Friday.
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Health: Angus Reid Institute - two-thirds - four-point
…thirds of Canadians say they are concerned about becoming sick with COVID-19, a four-point increase from March.
The Angus Reid Institute poll found two-thirds of Canadians say they are concerned about becoming sick with COVID-19, a four-point increase from March.
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Health: over-burdened - biomanufacturing - rollout - lagged
Canada has had to rely entirely on over-burdened foreign supply chains for…
Canada has had to rely entirely on over-burdened foreign supply chains for a Covid vaccine rollout that has lagged international peers.
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Health: intubated - punctured - pandemic - protocols
The Texas Senate on Thursday passed a sweeping bill that would bar lawsuits over COVID-19 deaths…
The Texas Senate on Thursday passed a sweeping bill that would bar lawsuits over COVID-19 deaths and injuries if Texas businesses and institutions made...