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Health: vaccinations - endorsed
WASHINGTON — The U.S. moved a step closer to expanding COVID-19 vaccinations for millions more children as a panel of…
WASHINGTON — The U.S. moved a step closer to expanding COVID-19 vaccinations for millions more children as a panel of government advisers on Tuesday endorsed kid-size doses of PfizerR…
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Health: boosters - eligious - gotten - 11
The City of Seattle is opening a new COVID-19 vaccination clinic in West Seattle for people who have not yet gotten…
The City of Seattle is opening a new COVID-19 vaccination clinic in West Seattle for people who have not yet gotten the vaccine, children aged 5 to 11 once they become eligible and people who are seeking boosters.
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Health: Arizona Republicans - COVID - mandates - leads
Arizona has reached New York in COVID-19 deaths per capita…
Arizona has reached New York in COVID-19 deaths per capita as the state leads efforts to fight vaccine mandates
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Health: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 - vaccinating - fueling
…debate over the risks and rewards of vaccinating an age group that’s accounted for 0.01% of COVID-19 deaths in America.
A key advisory panel on Tuesday recommended the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 shots for emergency use in children ages 5 to 11, setting the stage for shots to become available to 28 million children by early November and fueling debate over the risks and rewards of vaccinating an age group that’s accounted for 0.01% of COVID-19 deaths in America.
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Health: Pfizers COVID-19 - Pfizer-BioTech - 11-year-olds
…setting the stage for shots to become available to 28 million school-aged children by the start of November.
Advisers to the Food and Drug Administration are debating Tuesday whether to recommend the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer-BioTech for emergency use in 5- to 11-year-olds, setting the stage for shots to become available to 28 million school-aged children by the start of November.
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Health: Covid - abstention - 17-0 - Pfizer - Puurs
Panel members voted 17-0 to recommend the shot,…
Panel members voted 17-0 to recommend the shot, with one abstention.
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Health: Alamos National Laboratory - COVID - Tyler Brooks
Another group of workers is suing Los Alamos National Laboratory over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
Another group of workers is suing Los Alamos National Laboratory over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate. Lawyers for the workers said their clients stand to lose professional standing as well as security clearances.
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Health: Safety Commission - aromatherapy - stone-infused
Bacteria in a Better Homes & Gardens aromatherapy spray genetically matches the bacterial strains in four patients…
Bacteria in a Better Homes & Gardens aromatherapy spray genetically matches the bacterial strains in four patients who developed an infectious disease, including two who died, typically found in tropical climates, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Tuesday.
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Health: low-sodium - ladder - advocating - dietitian
…because of course, we are what we eat.
Everyone should try to eat further down the processed food ladder, because of course, we are what we eat.
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Health: out-of-state - transplants - plates - license
…every 10 Texas transplants is coming from California,...
All those out-of-state car license plates you are seeing have something in common. One out of every 10 Texas transplants is coming from California,...
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Health: Disease Control - deliberating - doses - CDC
That could happen next week.
Advisers to the FDA are deliberating whether kid-size doses of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine are safe and effective in young children. If the FDA authorizes the shots, the CDC still must weigh in as well. That could happen next week.
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Health: Sinovac Biotech - COVID - green-lighting
Multiple places across China are rolling out vaccines to children between 3 and 11. The shots, developed by homegrown…
Multiple places across China are rolling out vaccines to children between 3 and 11. The shots, developed by homegrown drugmakers Sinovac and Sinopharm, got the OK in June for use in those over 3.
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Health: COVID - misinformation - Dani Lever - newsfeeds
…Facebook found they could reduce vaccine misinformation by tweaking how vaccine posts show up on users' newsfeeds.
Last spring, as false claims about vaccine safety threatened to undermine the world's response to COVID-19, researchers at Facebook found they could reduce vaccine misinformation by tweaking how vaccine posts show up on users' newsfeeds.
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Health: Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan - COVID-19 - upticks
Washington state and the city of Seattle are seeing upticks in the number of…
Washington state and the city of Seattle are seeing upticks in the number of employees getting vaccinated against COVID-19, a week after the official deadline has passed.
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Health: Conservative Political Action Conference - 11
AUSTIN – Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid…
AUSTIN – Texas Agriculture Commissioner Sid Miller underwent a heart procedure Tuesday at Texas Health Harris Methodist Hospital in Fort Worth, his office...
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Health: anti-abortion - North Texas - three-hour - McKinney
…challenging Texas’ abortion ban.
Pro-life doctors are pushing back against the notion that most women don’t know they are pregnant by the time a fetal heartbeat is detected at six weeks, a claim made by pro-choice groups in lawsuits challenging Texas’ abortion ban.
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Health: The FDA - coronavirus
…clear that shot in that age group.
A coronavirus vaccine for children age 5-11 just got one step closer to authorization as an independent FDA panel voted to clear that shot in that age group.
Health: oxycodone - pills - prescription
County commissioners will vote on accepting the settlement in a special session Wednesday.
County commissioners will vote on accepting the settlement in a special session Wednesday.
Health: Sun Valley - Current Centers - Disease Control
Idaho has one of the lowest vaccination rates for COVID-19 in the country.
Idaho has one of the lowest vaccination rates for COVID-19 in the country. But one county is a major outlier: 86.8% of those eligible. Several things about Blaine County, which includes Sun Valley ski resort, set it apart from the...
Health: United States - grandparent - lifelong - trauma
…have suffered such a loss. It's a trauma that can carry lifelong consequences.
More than 140,000 children in the United States have lost a parent or grandparent to COVID-19. In Washington, researchers estimate 1,428 children have suffered such a loss. It's a trauma that can carry lifelong consequences.
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Health: symptomatic - protective
…according to company data.
In children ages 5-11, the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine was more than 90% protective against contracting symptomatic COVID-19, according to company data.
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Politics: COVID - rolling
…there will be tighter rules for some Americans too.
While the new U.S. travel system rolling out Nov. 8 will open borders to more foreign tourists, there will be tighter rules for some Americans too.
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Health: Yellowstone National Park - spokesperson - Alaskan
…Alaska by kicking it after being mauled by the animal.
A man survived a 500-pound brown bear attack in Alaska by kicking it after being mauled by the animal.
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Health: immunosuppressed - unvaccinated - Wachter - obligation
…but here are some things to think about.
People can now mix and match COVID-19 vaccines, but it raises the question: Which booster is the best option? Federal health officials aren’t giving any specific recommendations, but here are some things to think about.
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President Joe Biden - Electric City Trolley Museum
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio’s top lawyer filed suit against…
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Ohio’s top lawyer filed suit against the Biden administration on Monday seeking to restore a Trump-era ban on abortion referrals by family planning clinics that President Joe Biden reversed earlier this month.
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Health: Pfizer COVID - two-dose
…should get a COVID-19 booster shot and how.
Here's what to know about who should get a COVID-19 booster shot and how.
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Health: Glasgow - 26 - appearance
…conference in Glasgow, accepting doctors’ advice to rest just days after spending the night in a hospital for tests.
LONDON - Queen Elizabeth II has canceled her planned appearance at the U.N. climate conference in Glasgow, accepting doctors’ advice to rest just days after spending the night in a hospital for tests.
Health: far-right - firebrand - COVID
…most recently this week, for breaking rules requiring lawmakers to wear masks on the House floor.
Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene, R-Ga., the far-right firebrand, has been fined three times, most recently this week, for breaking rules requiring lawmakers to wear masks on the House floor.
Health: United States - breastfeeding - immunization
Congress is now considering four weeks of paid family and medical leave, down from the 12 weeks…
Congress is now considering four weeks of paid family and medical leave, down from the 12 weeks that were initially proposed in the Democrats’ spending plan. If the plan becomes law, the United States will no longer be one of...
Health: pass-catching - run-blocker - Badgers - COVID-19
The Badgers' Jaylan Franklin, moved to tight end because of his pass-catching ability, made his mark at Purdue as a run-blocker.
The Badgers' Jaylan Franklin, moved to tight end because of his pass-catching ability, made his mark at Purdue as a run-blocker.
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Health: thankfully - vaccinated - function - interim
…recall the words of the interim WSU football coach and focus on...
The deadline for thousands of workers to show proof of vaccination passed last week, and the economy didn't collapse. As we move forward, we would do well to recall the words of the interim WSU football coach and focus on...
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Health: what-if - enroll - diagnosed - lengthy - illness
…another serious illness that requires lengthy and costly medical...
If you are lucky enough to be healthy when ready to enroll in Medicare, the vital “what-if” you should consider: what plan you want if you are diagnosed with cancer or another serious illness that requires lengthy and costly medical...
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Health: hyperbolic - narrative - spike - makeshift
…bureaucratic that it can take more than 20 years to...
By far the most important factor that contributes to the problem of illegal immigration is the lack of suitable options for legal immigration. Our immigration regime is so opaque and bureaucratic that it can take more than 20 years to...
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Health: Electric City Trolley Museum - Joe Biden - Scranton
…religious exemptions — or had those honored — for the shots.
Members of the military, federal workers and government contractors have filed a class action against President Biden’s federal COVID-19 vaccine mandate, arguing they have not been afforded religious exemptions — or had those honored — for the shots.
…legally get an abortion. In some parts of the United (archive) States, however, it's gotten harder. dbkingSeattletimes
Health: decriminalize
…Mexico's supreme court ruled to decriminalize the practice....
In the last three decades, countries around the world have made it easier to legally get an abortion. In some parts of the United States, however, it's gotten harder. Just this month, Mexico's supreme court ruled to decriminalize the practice....
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Health: pandemic - wiggle - flexible - temporarily
Workers usually have to spend the money in their flexible health spending accounts…
Workers usually have to spend the money in their flexible health spending accounts by the end of the year. But in the pandemic, employers were allowed to temporarily offer more wiggle room. That may affect how much you’ll want to...
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Health: Drug Administration - milligrams - sodium
…most of it from sodium in prepared foods.
American adults consume an average of 3,400 milligrams of salt each day, most of it from sodium in prepared foods. The federal guideline calls for no more than 2,300 mg. FDA is asking the food industry to make voluntary cutbacks.
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Health: COVID - Hector Garcia - tortilla-like - coronavirus
Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong.
A medical student could learn everything from this one patient, said a doctor who treated Hector Garcia, a Federal Way pastor, who contracted the coronavirus. Everything that could go wrong, did go wrong. On Wednesday, he went home.
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Health: dysfunctions - soothe - labelled - symptoms
…u00a0COVID-19 symptoms could be memory…
Long-term\u00a0COVID-19 symptoms could be memory loss and other cognitive dysfunctions, commonly labelled as \
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Health: Windsor Castle - Elizabeth II - technology-aided
…since doctors ordered her to rest last week.
Britain’s Queen Elizabeth II has held virtual audiences at Windsor Castle for the first time since doctors ordered her to rest last week.
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Health: cannot - forcibly - Taliban
…from accessing their basic human right to education.
America simply cannot allow the country to become once again the only in the world to ban an entire gender from accessing their basic human right to education.
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Health: dashing - Nandor - kayvan - Shadows - novak
Modern vampires like Nandor in What We Do in the…
Modern vampires like Nandor in What We Do in the Shadows are dashing, but weren't in original vampire myths
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Health: negative messages - Economic Research - COVID
…failed to increase COVID-19 vaccinations among Americans who are hesitant about getting the shot, a new study shows.
Financial incentives and other nudges by local governments and employers have failed to increase COVID-19 vaccinations among Americans who are hesitant about getting the shot, a new study shows.
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Health: Ben Weston - disparities - vaccination - pandemic
County Executive David Crowley and chief health policy advisor Ben Weston look to increase the vaccination rate among…
County Executive David Crowley and chief health policy advisor Ben Weston look to increase the vaccination rate among Black residents in Milwaukee.
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Health: COVID - 11-year-olds - Pfizer - joins - vaccine
Moderna said Monday that a low dose of its COVID-19 vaccine…
Moderna said Monday that a low dose of its COVID-19 vaccine is safe and appears to work in 6- to 11-year-olds, as the manufacturer joins its rival Pfizer in moving toward expanding shots to childre…
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Health: South Court Auditorium - Joe Biden - COVID-19
…with some people anxious to impose them…
COVID-19 vaccine mandates are all the rage, with some people anxious to impose them and others vehemently opposed. President Joe Biden recently directed...
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Health: Boston Herald - Charles River Regatta - Jim Michaud
…it felt like old times on the banks of the Dirty Water.
On a seasonal sunny Saturday in late October, it felt like old times on the banks of the Dirty Water.
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tasked - diving - pharmacy - controversial
…venture tasked with lowering drug...
Mark Cuban’s drug company is diving into the controversial world of pharmacy benefit management with the launch of a new venture tasked with lowering drug...
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Health: President Joe Biden - Alabama Gov - Auburn
After Auburn University announced a vaccine requirement, Alabama Gov. says she won't enforce a federal mandate.
After Auburn University announced a vaccine requirement, Alabama Gov. says she won't enforce a federal mandate. More COVID-19 updates
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Health: two-dose - vaccine
The approval of a Moderna booster clears the way for Wisconsin nursing home residents to get another dose of the COVID vaccine.
The approval of a Moderna booster clears the way for Wisconsin nursing home residents to get another dose of the COVID vaccine.
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Health: skyrocketed - coronavirus - groceries - Instacart
The demand for ordering groceries online and having them delivered skyrocketed when the coronavirus pandemic hit…
The demand for ordering groceries online and having them delivered skyrocketed when the coronavirus pandemic hit in early 2020. The service, offered by companies such as Shipt, Instacart and some g…
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Health: Dallas County - pediatric - COVID-19 - Pfizer
…pediatric vaccine for children...
The Texas state health department and providers across the state will receive approximately 1.3 million doses of the Pfizer pediatric vaccine for children...
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Health: Keller High School - 28-year-old - colorectal
…year-old Keller native, a graduate of…
Evan White did all he could to raise money and awareness for colon cancer. The 28-year-old Keller native, a graduate of Keller High School and the...
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Health: AAA New England - climbing
…according to AAA New England.
The price at the pump took a big jump in the last week, climbing 8 cents in Massachusetts to average $3.35 a gallon, according to AAA New England. The price is now 26 cents higher than a month ago,…
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Health: Pfizer-BioNTech COVID - Larry Hogan - comorbidity
…Hogan on Monday said state officials are…
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday said state officials are preparing for the distribution of COVID-19 vaccines for children ages 5 to 11 pending expected federal approval for the shots in the near future.
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Health: indispensable - Thomas Champney - cadavers - pandemic
…bodies available for scientific use.
Donated cadavers are seen as almost indispensable in the education of students in medicine and other fields. Like many things during the pandemic, donations have decreased, meaning there simply aren't enough bodies available for scientific use.
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Health: Darren Maggio - syringe - Boston University
…positive test rate kept declining.
Massachusetts health officials on Monday reported 3,173 new coronavirus cases from over the weekend, continuing the recent trend of lower infection counts as the positive test rate kept declining.
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Health: Joseph Ladapo - cardiovascular - adamantly - pandemic
…has adamantly opposed most Covid-19 safety measures taken throughout the pandemic.
Joseph Ladapo, whose area of expertise is in cardiovascular disease, has adamantly opposed most Covid-19 safety measures taken throughout the pandemic.
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Entertainment: Chamber Theatre - Broadway Theatre Center
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre returns to performing for live audiences with 'Stew.' a family…
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre returns to performing for live audiences with 'Stew.' a family story about three generations of Black women.
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Health: Chaim Bloom - Fenway Park - Boston Red
…Red Sox chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom said Monday.
Rafael Devers was dealing with right elbow inflammation at the end of the season, Red Sox chief baseball officer Chaim Bloom said Monday.
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Health: Texas Southwestern Medical Center - therapeutic
…therapeutic products to market will get another financial boost from Texas’ cancer-fighting agency. The Cancer...
A Southlake biotech firm preparing to bring therapeutic products to market will get another financial boost from Texas’ cancer-fighting agency. The Cancer...
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Health: whistleblower - Rodrique Ngowi - Mark Lenzi
A whistleblower victim provided new documents to POLITICO and is alleging retaliation for speaking out.
A whistleblower victim provided new documents to POLITICO and is alleging retaliation for speaking out.
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Health: Jefferson-Oak Cliff Branch Immunization Clinic
Advisors to the Food and Drug Administration will on Tuesday weigh the safety and benefits of the Pfizer COVID-…
Advisors to the Food and Drug Administration will on Tuesday weigh the safety and benefits of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5 to 11. If the...
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Health: impending - elaine
…international travel rules for fully vaccinated individuals in mid September.
The U.S. first outlined the impending international travel rules for fully vaccinated individuals in mid September.
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Entertainment: Carrie White - Sissy Spacek - puritans - drenched
Graphic movies and games have been targets of puritans — but psychologists say they…
Graphic movies and games have been targets of puritans — but psychologists say they can actually be healthy escapes
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Health: stds - transmitted
Once believed to be rare, the \
Once believed to be rare, the \
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Health: Kyrsten Sinema - Medicare - prescription
Democrats backed by the pharmaceutical industry are pushing to limit…
Democrats backed by the pharmaceutical industry are pushing to limit Medicare prescription drug savings.
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Irving-based - facial - towels
Prices of toilet paper, diapers, facial tissues and paper towels will likely rise in…
Prices of toilet paper, diapers, facial tissues and paper towels will likely rise in coming weeks as Irving-based consumer giant Kimberly-Clark warned...
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Health: Cambridge - extending - complicated - debut
A new Alzheimer’s drug from Biogen brought in only $300,000 in sales during its first full quarter…
A new Alzheimer’s drug from Biogen brought in only $300,000 in sales during its first full quarter on the market, extending a slow debut complicated by coverage questions and doctor concerns.…
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Health: Chris Bleifuss - so-called - COVID - veterinary
The demand for veterinary services keeps growing, Dr. Chris Bleifuss said, especially since COVID-19 hit,…
The demand for veterinary services keeps growing, Dr. Chris Bleifuss said, especially since COVID-19 hit, fueling the so-called “pandemic puppy boom.”
Health: COVID - Inner Mongolia - mid-September - Gansu
Coronavirus cases linked to domestic vacation travel continued to be spread around China, prompting officials to…
Coronavirus cases linked to domestic vacation travel continued to be spread around China, prompting officials to warn that the outbreak could expand despite the country’s stringent COVID-19 controls that aim to keep case counts as close to zero as possible.
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Health: Eastern Washington - Patrol Chief John Batiste
…COVID-19 vaccine mandate for state workers and emergency responders.
A federal judge in Eastern Washington on Monday denied a bid by firefighters, state troopers and others to halt Washington’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate for state workers and emergency responders.
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Health: Ammon Bundy - inroads - boise
…Ammon Bundy is rapidly expanding nationwide and making inroads into Canada.
A new report from the Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights says a far-right group launched by anti-government activist Ammon Bundy is rapidly expanding nationwide and making inroads into Canada.
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Health: Surgeon General Dr - Joseph Ladapo - right-wing
…Florida's surgeon general, has ties to a fringe right-…
Dr. Joseph Ladapo, Florida's surgeon general, has ties to a fringe right-wing group pushing bogus COVID-19 cures
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Health: Players Tribune - pills - marijuana
Cocaine. Marijuana.
Cocaine. Marijuana.
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Health: Alex Ramsey - pandemic - perks - booking - packed
Gone are the perks of flying during a pandemic.
Gone are the perks of flying during a pandemic. Prices will be higher and planes will be more packed than they were a year ago.
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Alexander Alexandrovich Solonchenko - United States
…Facebook user IDs in 2018 and 2019.
Facebook is accusing Alexander Alexandrovich Solonchenko of using\u00a0automated means to scrape phone numbers and Facebook user IDs in 2018 and 2019.
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Health: 19-month-old - disconcerting - pandemic - nonstop
…old pandemic is that the rules no longer seem clear.
One of the things I find most disconcerting about this stage of the 19-month-old pandemic is that the rules no longer seem clear.
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mid-afternoon - sunshine - gusts - DFW
Our stretch of warm fall weather continues in North Texas.
Our stretch of warm fall weather continues in North Texas. Morning clouds will give way to increasing sunshine as it turns windy Sunday afternoon. South...
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Health: disproportionately - pandemic - obesity - Wi-Fi
…health worsen during the pandemic.
Native Hawaiian children, who already suffer disproportionately from illnesses like obesity and\u00a0asthma, saw their health worsen during the pandemic.
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Health: team-high - interception - 54-13 - Pats - foxboro
Dugger recorded a team-high eight tackles and one…
Dugger recorded a team-high eight tackles and one interception during the Pats’ 54-13 win over the Jets.
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Health: Senate Health - Anthony Fauci - 11-year-olds
…year-olds early next month.
Dr. Anthony Fauci says coronavirus vaccines could be made available for 5- to 11-year-olds early next month.
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Entertainment: naughty - a2l0ajd27x
Sudeikis is naughty.\u00a0He was back in red suit and horns…
Sudeikis is naughty.\u00a0He was back in red suit and horns to reprise\u00a0his role of The Devil on \
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Health: President Joe Biden - San Francisco - United States
…according to two recent reports.
Health problems tied to climate change are all getting worse, according to two recent reports. The annual reports commissioned by the medical journal Lancet tracked 44 global health indicators conn…
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Politics: eco-lexicon - Glasgow - grist - nonprofit - update
…lexicon got a major update just in time for the…
The eco-lexicon got a major update just in time for the Glasgow summit
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Health: Melissa Phillip Houston Chronicle - Discovery Green
…immediately block the law from being enforced.
But the court won't immediately block the law from being enforced.
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Health: Wisconsin Hospital Association - variants - vaccination
The Wisconsin Hospital Association reports that 310 people are…
The Wisconsin Hospital Association reports that 310 people are receiving intensive care across the state for COVID-19.
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National Weather Service - Ozaukee County - damper
…u00a0put a little damper on the Halloween spirit…
The weather could\u00a0put a little damper on the Halloween spirit in parts of southeastern Wisconsin on Sunday night and Monday.
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Health: Kurt Schrader - Scott Peters - Kathleen Rice
Every other developed country has a negotiating body…
Every other developed country has a negotiating body that tells pharma companies how much they'll pay for drugs
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Health: waned - vaccine - authorize - participants - delta
Participants got a booster to provide data to help the government decide whether to authorize it for the public.
I've been part of Moderna's trial. Participants got a booster to provide data to help the government decide whether to authorize it for the public.
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infancy - Brigham - babies
Newborn babies who get better sleep and wake up fewer times throughout the night have a lower chance of being…
Newborn babies who get better sleep and wake up fewer times throughout the night have a lower chance of being overweight in infancy, a new study out of Brigham and Women’s Hospital suggests. …
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Health: half-eaten - irritating - fostering - New York
From medical supplies to half-eaten birthday cakes, Buy Nothing social media groups are fostering a quirky sense of…
From medical supplies to half-eaten birthday cakes, Buy Nothing social media groups are fostering a quirky sense of community that is mostly fun and occasionally irritating.
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Health: third-generation - Bath Iron Works - constructing
…Chevy” Chevalier is a third-generation shipbuilder who hasn’t…
BATH, Maine — Josh “Chevy” Chevalier is a third-generation shipbuilder who hasn’t missed a day of work during the pandemic in his job as a welder constructing Navy wars…
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Health: Alexander Hunter - Washington Times - conformity
…expansion of powers that ultimately will control you entirely.
If you dismiss even one tyranny or one small injustice for the sake of personal comfort or blind conformity, you consent to the expansion of powers that ultimately will control you entirely.
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Culture: Juget-Sinclair - Jeremy Filsell - King Catholic
He was the first person to play the complete organ works of Bach, from memory, in a series of recitals in 1920.
He was the first person to play the complete organ works of Bach, from memory, in a series of recitals in 1920. He was one of the first organists to have a...
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Health: COVID - Victoria Pedretti - Penn Badly - pandemic
As TV series try to figure out whether to address the pandemic or not, Netflix's thriller shows how not to do it
As TV series try to figure out whether to address the pandemic or not, Netflix's thriller shows how not to do it
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Health: symptomatic - variants - feds - infections
Pfizer™s COVID vaccine appears highly effective at preventing symptomatic infections in young kids and caused no…
Pfizer™s COVID vaccine appears highly effective at preventing symptomatic infections in young kids and caused no unexpected safety issues, feds say.