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Health: clad - swab - technician - protect - nasal
Breakthrough cases of COVID-19 are often milder — here's what's commonly experienced
Breakthrough cases of COVID-19 are often milder — here's what's commonly experienced
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Health: bio-manufacturing - Gordon Hoekstra - Ottawa
In the 2021 budget, Ottawa promised more than $2 billion over the next seven years to support “…
In the 2021 budget, Ottawa promised more than $2 billion over the next seven years to support “promising” life sciences and bio-manufacturing firms.
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…vaccinated (illustration), said the report underscores once again the need for people to get vaccinated now,… Grook Da OgerSeattletimes
Health: underscores - updating
…people to get vaccinated now, if they haven’t already.
The state Department of Health, which will be updating data weekly on the conditions of Washingtonians who aren't fully vaccinated, said the report underscores once again the need for people to get vaccinated now, if they haven’t already.
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Health: Houston Methodist Baytown - high-profile - vaccine
…profile victory in Texas but their chances in court remain iffy for one big reason — the shots aren’t fully approved yet.
Public and private employers seeking to mandate the COVID-19 vaccines are bolstered by a Department of Justice opinion and high-profile victory in Texas but their chances in court remain iffy for one big reason — the shots aren’t fully approved yet.
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Health: vaccinated - indoors - recommends
States are quickly reacting after the CDC issued new mask guidance recommending that fully vaccinated people wear…
States are quickly reacting after the CDC issued new mask guidance recommending that fully vaccinated people wear masks indoors. Latest COVID news.
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Health: undiagnosed - hepatitis - ticking viral time bomb
…number of undiagnosed infections.
Some have described hepatitis C as a “ticking viral time bomb” because of the number of undiagnosed infections.
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Health: blaming - intimidate - Central Massachusetts
Saint Vincent Hospital on Wednesday said it will…
Saint Vincent Hospital on Wednesday said it will be slashing services, blaming the hundreds of Worcester nurses who have been on strike for almost five months.
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Health: conversation
have seen mink test positive for the virus…
Three out of nine mink farms in B.C. have seen mink test positive for the virus since last December, the ministry says.
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Health: President Trump - most favored nations - mixing
The relationship between Democrats and former President Trump can be characterized as mixing oil and water.
The relationship between Democrats and former President Trump can be characterized as mixing oil and water.
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Health: Gordon McIntyre - year-over-year
Inflation rose 3.1% year-over-year in June, but was 2.4% higher in B.C.
Inflation rose 3.1% year-over-year in June, but was 2.4% higher in B.C.
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Health: Can You Drink the Cup - Wind Sand and Stars - rendition
…Wind Sand and Stars” to “Can You Drink the Cup” by Henri Nouwen and a Mark Twain classic he just reread with...
In this month’s rendition of What We’re Reading, Canlis co-owner Mark Canlis gives us his reading picks, from “Wind Sand and Stars” to “Can You Drink the Cup” by Henri Nouwen and a Mark Twain classic he just reread with...
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Health: first-term - Jose Luis Magana - comparing
…backlash for repeatedly comparing vaccination requirements and mask mandates to the Holocaust.
The first-term Republican has drawn backlash for repeatedly comparing vaccination requirements and mask mandates to the Holocaust.
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Health: Simone Biles - well-being - long-standing - tips
Mental health experts offer some tips.
Simone Biles's public decision to take care of her well-being offers an opportunity to learn about the right and wrong ways to support someone who is going through a difficult time mentally or emotionally. Mental health experts offer some tips.
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Health: Fox News Channel - New York - 2107 - poses
…the worst human being known to mankind.”
HELENA, Mont. — A video showing a Montana man confronting Tucker Carlson is circulating widely on social media after the man called the Fox News host “the worst human being known to mankind.”
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Health: Abigail Shrier - Washington Times - reassignment
…Irreversible Damage,” chronicles the…
Illustration on leftist intellectual suppression and free speech by Linas Garsys/The Washington Times more Ms. Shrier’s book, “Irreversible Damage,” chronicles the significant and unexplained rise among adolescent females in requests for gender reassignment treatment.
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Health: mindset - Jack Shafer - wonders - adjustments
Adjustments to our Covid-19 mindset could do wonders as we face down the virus in the months ahead.
Adjustments to our Covid-19 mindset could do wonders as we face down the virus in the months ahead.
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Health: Billy Gibbons - steadfast presence - Frank Beard
Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard, Hill’s bandmates for more than 50 years, said they will miss his “steadfast…
Billy Gibbons and Frank Beard, Hill’s bandmates for more than 50 years, said they will miss his “steadfast presence” and “good nature.”
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Health: 448 - recorded
Today's count is Wisconsin's highest in months, with 448 new cases recorded.
Today's count is Wisconsin's highest in months, with 448 new cases recorded.
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Health: Pacific Northwest - updating - pandemic
…Pacific Northwest and the world, including stats about the spread of the coronavirus in Washington state.
We’re updating this page with the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the Seattle area, the Pacific Northwest and the world, including stats about the spread of the coronavirus in Washington state.
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Health: pediatric - checkup - waitlist - honk
…looking to honor his brother, wants to 'change the pediatric checkup' to include mental health care.
The former Fiserv CEO, looking to honor his brother, wants to 'change the pediatric checkup' to include mental health care.
Two coronavirus vaccine (illustration) makers are expanding the size of their studies in children ages 5 to 11… James GathanySeattletimes
Health: inflammation - coronavirus - vaccinating - urgency
Two coronavirus vaccine makers are expanding the size of their studies in children ages 5 to 11 to detect rare side…
Two coronavirus vaccine makers are expanding the size of their studies in children ages 5 to 11 to detect rare side effects including heart inflammation problems. This comes as the question of vaccinating kids takes on even greater urgency.
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Health: South Wales
…city of 5 million would last at least until Aug. 28, after reporting on...
SYDNEY — Australia’s largest city Sydney will remain in lockdown for another month. The New South Wales state government announced that the lockdown of the city of 5 million would last at least until Aug. 28, after reporting on...
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Health: resisting - nyc - chorus - voices
…resisting getting vaccinated should face pressure — and consequences.
A growing chorus of voices say people who are resisting getting vaccinated should face pressure — and consequences.
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Health: right-wing - waning - bandage - seizes
…that finds the Pfizer vaccine's effectiveness is waning.
Right-wing media seizes on a study that finds the Pfizer vaccine's effectiveness is waning. But experts say the jury is still out
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Health: Ray Perryman - CNBC - Waco - rankings - parade
…business rankings that put Texas at the top.
Veteran Waco economist Ray Perryman is used to seeing an annual parade of best for business rankings that put Texas at the top. Those rankings shape...
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Health: mask-wearing - Disease Control - vaccinated - Delta
…wearing among vaccinated Americans.
Scientists say new data on the Delta variant has changed the agency’s calculus on mask-wearing among vaccinated Americans.
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - pandemic - COVID - protocols
…against the backdrop of the pandemic.
Mike Tirico, who is hosting his third Olympic Games for NBC, will guide viewers through 17 days of competition against the backdrop of the pandemic.
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Health: mid-October - postponing - campuses - variant
…that will eventually require everyone to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened in an...
SAN RAMON, Calif. — Google is postponing a return to the office for most workers until mid-October and rolling out a policy that will eventually require everyone to be vaccinated once its sprawling campuses are fully reopened in an...
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Dining: unvaccinated - variant - delta - worry - wise
As the delta variant spreads among the unvaccinated, many fully vaccinated people are also beginning to worry.
As the delta variant spreads among the unvaccinated, many fully vaccinated people are also beginning to worry. Is it time to mask up again? While there’s no one-size-fits-all answer to the question, most experts agree that masks remain a wise...
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Health: Jay Inslee - CDC
…Inslee says he is following CDC guidelines and is urging Washington residents to…
Gov. Jay Inslee says he is following CDC guidelines and is urging Washington residents to wear face coverings indoors in counties with high transmission rates. He didn't, however, impose new mask mandates.
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Health: full-swing - Tuesday-Saturday - huckleberry
…cool off with ice cream from one of these four places —…
With summer in Seattle in full-swing, cool off with ice cream from one of these four places — flavors include banana, durian, orange tea, huckleberry and watermelon sorbet, so there's literally something for everyone!
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Health: Cream Puffs - cows
…u00a0Here's what you can expect.
While Cream Puffs and cows will be back, the State Fair will look different than it did before the pandemic hit.\u00a0Here's what you can expect.
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Health: Ellen DeGeneres - Armchair Expert - podcast
What do they do and are they medically safe?
Dax Shepard on his Armchair Expert podcast said he's using testosterone injections. What do they do and are they medically safe?
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Health: Alex Diaz - Hilton Seattle - furloughed - in-room
When Alex Diaz was furloughed last March, along with most of his colleagues, he did not expect to be back anytime soon.
When Alex Diaz was furloughed last March, along with most of his colleagues, he did not expect to be back anytime soon. “The feeling walking out the door that day was that this was going to be pretty drastic,” said...
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Supreme Court - Alexander Hunter - Washington Times
The Supreme Court has a chance to save millions of lives. Let’s pray they take it.
The Supreme Court has a chance to save millions of lives. Let’s pray they take it.
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Health: Gordon Hoekstra - British Columbia - vaccinated
As COVID-19 cases tick up in British Columbia and a more virulent virus mutation spreads, it’s more important than ever…
As COVID-19 cases tick up in British Columbia and a more virulent virus mutation spreads, it’s more important than ever for residents to get fully vaccinated,…
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Health: immunocompromised - UW System - COVID - illnesses
…some students who are immunocompromised.
The UW System is not requiring the COVID-19 vaccine, which concerns some students who are immunocompromised.
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Health: hands-on - residencies - clerkships - rotations
University of Washington officials and some…
University of Washington officials and some teaching doctors worry a flood of students from two new Montana medical schools could overwhelm the physicians who provide hands-on, clinical training.
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Health: Tiffany Crawford - coronavirus - Cheryl Chan
Here's your daily update with everything you…
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
Health: Anthony Fauci - Infectious Diseases - COVID-19
From the pandemic’s earliest days, Dr.
From the pandemic’s earliest days, Dr.
Health: anti-vaccination - disprovable - assertions - blogs
Its assertions were easily disprovable.
Its assertions were easily disprovable.
Health: United States - coronavirus - pandemic - twists
Here's the circuitous route we took to where we are now.
The story of mask requirements in the United States has had many twists and turns since the early days of the coronavirus pandemic. Here's the circuitous route we took to where we are now.
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Health: ultra-infectious - retightening - vanquished
…that the crisis is not yet vanquished.
Corporate chief executives are growing worried about bringing workers back into crowded offices, with some privately discussing mandatory vaccination. The CDC's retightening of its mask advice was a reminder that the crisis is not yet vanquished.
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Health: great-grandfather - Iain Lanphier - 30-year
…year career in the Air Force.
One of the last surviving Tuskegee Airmen, Charles McGee fought in three wars over the course of his 30-year career in the Air Force. He was also the first Black man to command a stateside Air Force wing and a...
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Health: Czech Olympic - pandemic - spate
Czech Olympic officials announced they…
Czech Olympic officials announced they are investigating whether lax behavior on a team flight to Tokyo might be to blame for spate of COVID-19 cases.
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Health: United States - COVID
Some medical organizations called Monday for mandatory vaccines of health-care personnel as rising COVID-19 cases…
Some medical organizations called Monday for mandatory vaccines of health-care personnel as rising COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in the United States...
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Health: seven-day - Wisconsin - vaccine - 351
The seven-day average of daily cases increased to 351, up 281 cases from a month ago.
The seven-day average of daily cases increased to 351, up 281 cases from a month ago.
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Health: distancing - pandemic - COVID - adapt - vaccination
Americans have had a year to adapt to the habits of social distancing,…
Americans have had a year to adapt to the habits of social distancing, and many may just decide to extend their pandemic life a little while longer until the threat of delta has passed.
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Health: David Martin Lozano - long-term - Summer Olympics
…term care facilities to require COVID-19 vaccinations for...
More than 50 prominent medical organizations Monday called for all health-care employers and long-term care facilities to require COVID-19 vaccinations for...
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Health: Germany - coronavirus - Pharmaceutical - berlin
BERLIN — Pharmaceutical company BioNTech said Monday that it wants to use the mRNA technology behind its coronavirus…
BERLIN — Pharmaceutical company BioNTech said Monday that it wants to use the mRNA technology behind its coronavirus vaccine to target malaria. The Germany-based company, which developed the first …
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structures - firefighters
The\u00a0Dixie Fire has burned nearly two dozen…
The\u00a0Dixie Fire has burned nearly two dozen structures but it is threatening more than 10,000 others in northern California.
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Health: Alabama National Guard - Washington Times - COVID
…Ivey said people are “supposed to have common…
Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey said people are “supposed to have common sense” as she unloaded on unvaccinated people for driving coronavirus outbreaks and hospitalizations in her state.
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Health: Olympic Swim Trials - Michael Andrew - Maya DiRado
athletes competing in Tokyo for the Summer Games…
Roughly 100 of more than 600 U.S. athletes competing in Tokyo for the Summer Games have not been vaccinated, the U.S. doctor said Friday.
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Politics: Veterans Affairs - Covid - resurgence - stagnating
first reported the decision .
first reported the decision .
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Health: insect - biting - Warm - hike - enjoy
…hike and enjoy the fresh air with family and friends.
What kind of insect repellent should I buy for my children? Warm weather means more kids are getting outside to play, hike and enjoy the fresh air with family and friends. Warmer weather also means…
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Health: Clay Higgins - Associated Press - O RLEANSRLEANS
Higgins is the second member of Congress to announce in the last week that they’d…
Higgins is the second member of Congress to announce in the last week that they’d contracted the virus.
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Researchers link ‘heavy wildfire (illustration) smoke’ in Reno to increased risk of contracting COVID-19 —… SkeezeSeattletimes
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Health: Dallas-Fort Worth - variant - pandemic - strain
COVID-19 is not over yet. The more contagious delta variant is the dominant strain in the Dallas-Fort Worth area,…
COVID-19 is not over yet. The more contagious delta variant is the dominant strain in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and COVID cases have more than doubled in...
One way Seattle (archive) survived the pandemic lockdown? Spending hours more on social… Seattle Municipal ArchivesSeattletimes
Health: lockdown - YouTube - distancing - platforms
…while men more often turned to LinkedIn.
One way Seattle survived the pandemic lockdown? Spending hours more on social media platforms, especially YouTube and Facebook, according to a new survey. Women spent more time on Facebook, while men more often turned to LinkedIn.
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Health: Anthony Fauci - unnecessary predicament - recommending
Dr. Anthony Fauci said that recommending that…
Dr. Anthony Fauci said that recommending that vaccinated people wear masks is under active consideration’’ by the government’s leading public health officials.
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Health: syphilis - Cano - transmitted - sexually
…infections in Dallas. Resource Center,...
A new mobile testing clinic is being readied to help reduce the number of new HIV, syphilis and sexually transmitted infections in Dallas. Resource Center,...
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Health: vaccinations - Bay Pines - Gainesville - steepest
…Tampa\u00a0and Orlando.
VA medical centers in Florida reported the steepest increases, with dozens of new cases in Bay Pines, Gainesville, Tampa\u00a0and Orlando.
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Health: Ignacio Zaragoza Elementary - picked-up - prohibiting
Greg Abbott doubled down this week on his…
Despite concerns from the medical experts about the uptick in COVID-19 cases nationwide, Gov. Greg Abbott doubled down this week on his stance that Texas...
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Health: Veterans Affairs - Pfizer COVID-19 - New Jersey
…immunized within eight weeks.
Efforts to get Americans vaccinated for COVID-19 took a forceful turn Monday with the Department of Veterans Affairs telling its doctors and nurses to get immunized within eight weeks.
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Health: Tucker Carlson - peddles - Somodevilla - skepticism
While Fox News peddles vaccine skepticism, it makes millions from pharmaceutical industry advertising
While Fox News peddles vaccine skepticism, it makes millions from pharmaceutical industry advertising
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stuck - moon - tide
Blame it on the moon. Nine dolphins were stranded in Cape Cod Bay on Monday, as animal rescuers were able to…
Blame it on the moon. Nine dolphins were stranded in Cape Cod Bay on Monday, as animal rescuers were able to release five of the common dolphins stuck in an extremely low tide.
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Culture: Tokyo Olympics - organizers - combat
troops will leave Iraq by the end of the year. And organizers at the Tokyo Olympics are keeping an eye on the weather.
U.S. troops will leave Iraq by the end of the year. And organizers at the Tokyo Olympics are keeping an eye on the weather. It's Monday's news.
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Health: Deputy Secretary - United States - COVID-19
diplomat called on China to rise above their…
BEIJING — A senior U.S. diplomat called on China to rise above their differences and work with the United States on difficult global issues such as climate change and the COVID-19 pandemic as a responsible global power. Deputy Secretary...
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Health: Paralympic Committee - Jonathan Finnoff - 613 - 567
TOKYO — About 100 of the 613 U.S.
TOKYO — About 100 of the 613 U.S. athletes descending on Tokyo for the Olympics are unvaccinated, the U.S.
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Hawaiians - COVID-19 - pop-up - Waipahu High School
Biden in remarks at the clinic at...
First lady Jill Biden visited a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Waipahu, Hawaii, on Sunday to encourage unvaccinated Hawaiians to get their shots as the delta variant surges through much of the U.S. Biden in remarks at the clinic at...
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Health: Johnson COVID-19 - Brewing Company - ticker-tape
The American Medical Association and dozens of medical groups on Monday called…
The American Medical Association and dozens of medical groups on Monday called for the mandatory COVID-19 vaccination of health workers in the U.S.
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Health: untreatable - auris - CDC - strain
…untreatable fungus spreading in two Dallas-area hospitals. The fungus also has been...
U.S. health officials said Thursday that they have evidence of an untreatable fungus spreading in two Dallas-area hospitals. The fungus also has been...
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Health: Clay Higgins - diagnoses - pandemic - ORLEANS
Rep. Clay Higgins of Louisiana has been a critic of mask mandates and public health restrictions.
Rep. Clay Higgins of Louisiana has been a critic of mask mandates and public health restrictions. He announced his family's diagnoses Sunday on Facebook. He said he and his wife previously were infected, but that it's more difficult this time.
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - lymphoma - skateboarding - Hodgkin
Kevin McDowell, 10 years after beating Hodgkin's lymphoma, placed sixth in the men's triathlon on Monday at the Tokyo Olympics.
Kevin McDowell, 10 years after beating Hodgkin's lymphoma, placed sixth in the men's triathlon on Monday at the Tokyo Olympics.
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Health: Secretary-General Antonio Guterres - inequality
…income inequality and food prices.
U.N. Secretary-General Antonio Guterres on Monday warned that climate change and conflict are both a consequence and a driver of poverty, income inequality and food prices.
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Health: Dallas Love Field Airport - North Texas - budding
…transit buses through August 31. An annual...
A collection of work from budding North Texas artists is on display at Dallas Love Field Airport and public transit buses through August 31. An annual...
MIAMI — A small group of Cuban Americans launched motorboats from Miami (archive) early Friday,… Kay GaenslerSeattletimes
Cuban Americans - motorboats - hardships - marina
…boats left from Miami's Bayside marina just before...
MIAMI — A small group of Cuban Americans launched motorboats from Miami early Friday, planning to approach Cuba in a show of support for people experiencing hardships on the island. Five boats left from Miami's Bayside marina just before...
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Health: Bobbie Guillette - Barbara Vicente - astounding
…Carson touted plant extract,” Sunday news story.
Re: “Steps cut; remedy tested on seniors — Bolstered by A&M and slim evidence, Carson touted plant extract,” Sunday news story. This is astounding. A...
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Entertainment: will not perform on any stage - COVID - attendees
…said in a statement his friend shared this week.
Eric Clapton “will not perform on any stage” or venue that requires attendees to verify they are vaccinated against COVID-19, the famed British musician said in a statement his friend shared this week.
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enveloped - Bay State - whiff - smelled
Massachusetts was enveloped in smoke on Monday,…
Massachusetts was enveloped in smoke on Monday, as people walking out their door got a nasty whiff of what smelled like burning plastic amid unhealthy air quality levels.
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Health: Shreveport - carranza - pandemic - teenagers - Wade
…create a solution. Wade, a Shreveport, La., native has been...
Carranza Wade, like many others, was affected by the pandemic, but saw a problem and decided to create a solution. Wade, a Shreveport, La., native has been...
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Mountain Creek Parkway - towers - digits
The area recorded triple digits just after 3...
Dallas-Fort Worth has finally hit 100 degrees for the first time this year, and there are plenty more to come. The area recorded triple digits just after 3...
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Health: Republican Kay Ivey - yourself
…residents who have yet to receive their shots.
“I can’t make you take care of yourself,” Republican Kay Ivey said of her state’s residents who have yet to receive their shots.
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Health: Diann Maurer - Donovan Poe - uninsured - Texans
An Irving couple asks wedding guests to help a pharmacy that…
An Irving couple asks wedding guests to help a pharmacy that aids uninsured Texans
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Health: Alexander Hunter - libertad - illustration
Libertad para Cuba or as we say in English: Freedom for Cuba.
Libertad para Cuba or as we say in English: Freedom for Cuba.
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Corey Bradley - New York City - wait-for - getaway
…situation could get worse before it gets better.
Thousands of passengers have faced delays and cancellations as they took to the skies this summer after a year or more of staying close to home. It appears the situation could get worse before it gets better.
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Health: Anthony Fauci - National Institute - Capitol Hill
The CDC’s recommendation that fully vaccinated Americans don’t need to wear a…
The CDC’s recommendation that fully vaccinated Americans don’t need to wear a mask inside could be reversed as COVID cases spike amid the delta variant surge.
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Health: House Minority Whip Steve Scalise - COVID
House Republicans ramped up their calls on Thursday for people to get vaccinated against COVID-19 amid a…
House Republicans ramped up their calls on Thursday for people to get vaccinated against COVID-19 amid a recent surge in the delta variant of the virus.
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Health: 8-month-old - swallowed - socks - hydrogen - vomit
Our family are proud owners of an 8-month-old puppy who, like most young dogs, seems to get into everything.
Our family are proud owners of an 8-month-old puppy who, like most young dogs, seems to get into everything. The pup has gotten into a hair tie once, and swallowed socks twice. I learned from previ…
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Health: Anthony Fauci - Scott Applewhite - Tuesday Senate
It's like we have two kinds of America, he said.
It's like we have two kinds of America, he said.
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Health: Gilly Parker - 40-minute - COVID-19 - Green Line
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Gilly Parker, 73, had a 40-minute commute: She took the Route 55 bus…
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, Gilly Parker, 73, had a 40-minute commute: She took the Route 55 bus from Fenway to Park Street and then the Red Line to MIT, where she’s an administrative assistant.…
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Health: coronavirus - pandemic - destigmatize
…after experiencing tragedy during the coronavirus pandemic, she’s working to destigmatize miscarriage.
Amanda Knox of Seattle survived a wrongful murder conviction, media scrutiny and much more. Now, after experiencing tragedy during the coronavirus pandemic, she’s working to destigmatize miscarriage.
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Health: Saturday July - Eiffel Tower - The French - COVID
…COVID-19 vaccinations for all health care workers.
PARIS - Some 160,000 people, including far-right activists and members of France’s yellow vest movement, protested Saturday across the country against a bill requiring everyone to have a special virus pass to enter restaurants and mandating COVID-19 vaccinations for all health care workers.
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Health: anti-social - Paul Weinstein Jr - invoke
There's no right to infect others with a deadly disease.
Biden should invoke mutual responsibility to counter the right’s anti-social idea of freedom. There's no right to infect others with a deadly disease.
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Health: Tiffany Crawford - coronavirus - Cheryl Chan
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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unethical - reopening - infection
Mass infection is not an option, experts said of the Tory government's dangerous and unethical reopening plan
Mass infection is not an option, experts said of the Tory government's dangerous and unethical reopening plan
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Health: vaccination - surges - 120
…u00a0of 19 cases from last week, up to 120 cases.
Wisconsin numbers show a slight increase in Delta variant\u00a0of 19 cases from last week, up to 120 cases.
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Health: COVID-19
…levels not seen since January and last summer, according to the latest...
By October, COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in North Texas could return to levels not seen since January and last summer, according to the latest...
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Health: cannot - 22 - phase
BEIJING — China cannot accept the World Health Organization’s plan for the second phase of a study into the origins…
BEIJING — China cannot accept the World Health Organization’s plan for the second phase of a study into the origins of COVID-19, a senior Chinese health official said Thursday.
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Health: vaccines - infectious
…public health experts say it remains too soon to tell\u00a0how the variant will spread.
A Houston hospital has its first case of the lambda variant, but public health experts say it remains too soon to tell\u00a0how the variant will spread.