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Health: pandemic - spigot - Biden - GOP
And the Biden administration turns on the spigot for state and local pandemic assistance.
And the Biden administration turns on the spigot for state and local pandemic assistance.
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Health: coronavirus - powerfully - 34-year-old - pandemic
The Novavax coronavirus shot, which relies on a more traditional technology, could be a key tool in the global effort to…
The Novavax coronavirus shot, which relies on a more traditional technology, could be a key tool in the global effort to fight the pandemic. Expectations are high because the vaccine is expected to be powerfully effective and can be stored...
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Health: Christine Soares - COVID - coronavirus
The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus…
The following is a roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19.
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Health: House Democrats - inner-city - low-income - COVID
House Democrats want to spend $100 billion to expand broadband internet to poor rural and inner-city communities and…
House Democrats want to spend $100 billion to expand broadband internet to poor rural and inner-city communities and make permanent a COVID-19 program that pays $50 a month of the internet bill for low-income families while setting maximum prices that providers can charge in some cases.
Health: mid-April - DHS - peak - 649 - 532 - 246
Average cases peaked at 649 on May 2 and declined every day to 532 cases on Monday, according to DHS.
Average cases peaked at 649 on May 2 and declined every day to 532 cases on Monday, according to DHS.
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Health: Wisconsin Center - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
This might be the most Wisconsin way to get a COVID-19 vaccine. It involves a Milwaukee brewery and free beer.
This might be the most Wisconsin way to get a COVID-19 vaccine. It involves a Milwaukee brewery and free beer.
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - 125-year - 100-meter - vaulting
Already delayed once, the Tokyo Olympics will be one of the most unusual in the 125-year history of the modern games.
Already delayed once, the Tokyo Olympics will be one of the most unusual in the 125-year history of the modern games. About 1,600 athletes, organizers and media got an early look Sunday at what the games will be like when...
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Health: Ovation Communities - great-grandmothers - COVID
…some for the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic.
Grandmothers and great-grandmothers at Ovation Communities saw their families in person, some for the first time since before the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Health: Washington State Department - Smedes - Sammamish
A Sammamish resident got bit by a rabies-positive bat after attempting to remove it from their yard.
A Sammamish resident got bit by a rabies-positive bat after attempting to remove it from their yard.
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Health: Kentucky Derby - Bob Baffert - Churchill Downs
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Health: Milwaukee Mitchell - competing - route
Southwest Airlines continues to expand, adding nonstop service between Milwaukee…
Southwest Airlines continues to expand, adding nonstop service between Milwaukee and Miami as air travel set a post-pandemic record this past weekend.
Health: whack-a-mole - record-breaking - Southeast Asian
One expert described a whack-a-mole situation and also a case of haves vs.
One expert described a whack-a-mole situation and also a case of haves vs. have nots: Wealthy nations well stocked with COVID vaccines are gaining control of the virus, while it continues to run rampant in other parts of the world.
Health: Red Cross Emergency Ambulance Station - John Barry
…author of The Great Influenza, urges caution in comparing that time to this.
John Barry, author of The Great Influenza, urges caution in comparing that time to this. But we can't help it
Health: Alaska Department - Social Services - unsure
…open to learning more about the vaccines before deciding whether to get vaccinated.
The survey data showed that over half of Alaskans who fell into the vaccine hesitant category were open to learning more about the vaccines before deciding whether to get vaccinated.
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Health: eligibility - tax-filing - TurboTax - websites
Here's where to find those versions, and what the restrictions are.
The companies that charge for tax-filing software are required, under an awkward compromise with the IRS, to offer a free filing version. Here's where to find those versions, and what the restrictions are.
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Health: Washington Times - Invision - giunta
Michelle Obama said Monday that her new rule for people visiting with her family is they have to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
Michelle Obama said Monday that her new rule for people visiting with her family is they have to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Health: Drugmaker Pfizer - Hartford Hospital - vial - Conn
NEW YORK — Drugmaker Pfizer has begun the process to earn full U.S. regulatory approval for its COVID-19 vaccine for…
NEW YORK — Drugmaker Pfizer has begun the process to earn full U.S. regulatory approval for its COVID-19 vaccine for people aged 16 and older. That gives...
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Health: European Parliament - Paolo Gentiloni - plenary
EU Economy Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni...
BRUSSELS — The European Union's top economy official said Monday that the recovery measures the EU and its 27 member states have in the works to emerge from the pandemic total around $5.85 trillion. EU Economy Commissioner Paolo Gentiloni...
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Health: Brooke Courthouse - Washington Times - Edward
…millions of tenants and landlords.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention lacked the legal authority to impose a nationwide eviction moratorium, a ruling that could affect millions of tenants and landlords.
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Health: President Joe Biden - Mexico Foundation - shoring
…region and around the world....
In his first 100 days, President Joe Biden set out rebuild vital economic and political relationships with our allies in the region and around the world....
Health: Disease Control - Messonnier - pandemic - looming
…would change their lives forever, will resign from her position with...
Nancy Messonnier, a senior health expert at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention who was the first U.S. official to warn Americans last year that a looming pandemic would change their lives forever, will resign from her position with...
Health: embraces - Water Man - Wars - fantasy - adventure
Rosario Dawson embraces the inclusion of her new family adventure 'The Water Man,' talks about a…
Rosario Dawson embraces the inclusion of her new family adventure 'The Water Man,' talks about a pandemic move and isn't quite ready for 'Star Wars.'
Health: intercepted - Houthi - USS Monterey - Yemen
…allies had been bound for Houthi rebels in Yemen, American officials said.
The destination for the large shipment of weapons was not immediately clear. Similar shipments intercepted by the U.S. Navy and its allies had been bound for Houthi rebels in Yemen, American officials said.
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Health: covid-19 - unarguably - versus - symptoms
Fewer flu cases is unarguably a good thing, but it raises questions about the upcoming flu season and what the flu…
Fewer flu cases is unarguably a good thing, but it raises questions about the upcoming flu season and what the flu vaccine will look like in the fall.
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Health: COVID-19 Friday FAQ - interactions - checkups
…how does a patient know for sure their health care provider got a shot? It depends.
COVID-19 Friday FAQ answers: Most health care workers are vaccinated against COVID-19, according to a recent survey. But how does a patient know for sure their health care provider got a shot? It depends.
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Health: Alabama Legislature Thursday - legalization
…approval to a bill that would create a statewide medical marijuana program, following two historic votes.
The Alabama Legislature Thursday gave final approval to a bill that would create a statewide medical marijuana program, following two historic votes.
Health: President Biden - Disease Control - COVID - BARADAT
Nearly a majority of Republicans approve of President Biden's handling of COVID, boosting him…
Nearly a majority of Republicans approve of President Biden's handling of COVID, boosting him to 63% support total
Health: Valley Herald - Mount Vernon - allocation - doses
But appointments dropped off the week of April 26 and have continued to fall.
Until recently, Skagit County was regularly going through its entire weekly allocation of vaccine — about 1,200 doses. But appointments dropped off the week of April 26 and have continued to fall.
Health: fearmongering - checking - doubled
The Fox host doubled down on vaccine fearmongering — without checking to see…
The Fox host doubled down on vaccine fearmongering — without checking to see if his claims had any basis in reality
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Health: Bob Baffert - Churchill Downs - jeopardy - postrace
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Medina Spirit’s victory in the Kentucky Derby is in serious jeopardy because of a positive…
LOUISVILLE, Ky. — Medina Spirit’s victory in the Kentucky Derby is in serious jeopardy because of a positive postrace drug test, one that prompted Churchill Downs to suspend Hall o…
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Health: COVID - Grand Prairie - high-risk - Mesquite
Dallas County reported four more COVID-19 deaths and 229 new coronavirus cases Friday.
Dallas County reported four more COVID-19 deaths and 229 new coronavirus cases Friday. The latest victims were two Dallas residents, a man in his 70s and a...
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Health: British Columbians - Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID - 46
More than 46 per cent of the 4.3 million eligible British Columbians have now…
More than 46 per cent of the 4.3 million eligible British Columbians have now received their first COVID-19 vaccination.
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Health: Lori Culbert - overcoming - enduring - obstacles
women reflect on Mother's Day as they talk…
Five B.C. women reflect on Mother's Day as they talk about enduring love and overcoming obstacles while parenting during a pandemic.
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Health: COVID - reuniting - grieving - wisconsinites - moms
…with their moms after COVID-19 kept them apart.
This Mother’s Day could be especially difficult for those grieving, as friends post about reuniting with their moms after COVID-19 kept them apart.
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Health: coronavirus - Gwen Levi - pandemic - confinement
…protect them against the coronavirus.
In dozens of lawsuits, inmates argued that jails and prisons violated their constitutional rights by failing to protect them against the coronavirus.
About 37% of residents are fully vaccinated (illustration). That's over 44% of the state's population,… Grook Da OgerJsonline
Health: Wisconsin
About 37% of residents are fully vaccinated.
About 37% of residents are fully vaccinated.
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Health: covers - survived - hateful - shops
…surge in interest over the past few months.
Many tattoo shops that survived initial closings early in the pandemic have seen a surge in interest over the past few months.
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Health: same-day - scheduling
…the company announced.
CVS is now offering walk-in coronavirus vaccine appointments and same-day scheduling nationwide and at 389 Massachusetts locations, the company announced.
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Health: stay-home - coronavirus - starvation - pandemic
…home lockdown that some residents say has pushed them toward eviction or starvation.
In Cambodia, which had avoided the worst of the pandemic, a surge in coronavirus cases led authorities to resort to an extreme stay-home lockdown that some residents say has pushed them toward eviction or starvation.
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Health: Nathan Griffiths - pandemic - adequate - failing
has regularly been criticized for failing to provide the public…
B.C. has regularly been criticized for failing to provide the public with adequate data about the pandemic
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Health: varying - Cheryl Chan
Despite varying levels of COVID-19 cases in the province, a regional…
Despite varying levels of COVID-19 cases in the province, a regional approach is off the table, said health officials.
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Health: Alex Cora - Triple-A - Orioles - pitcher
…manager Alex Cora announced before Sunday’s game against the Orioles.
Red Sox pitcher Tanner Houck has been shut down from baseball activities with a sore flexor muscle, manager Alex Cora announced before Sunday’s game against the Orioles.
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Health: Pacific National Exhibition - Tiffany Crawford
The Pacific National Exhibition will work with the province to find out what…
The Pacific National Exhibition will work with the province to find out what kind of entertainment might be possible this summer
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Health: National Institutes - COVID - respiratory - fatigue
COVID-19 is best known as a respiratory disease, but for many victims, it also triggers an array of…
COVID-19 is best known as a respiratory disease, but for many victims, it also triggers an array of problems including memory lapses, fatigue and a certain sluggish, fuzzy feeling often referred to as “brain fog.”
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The peak for daily doses was April 11, when the state was averaging more than 64,000 doses a day. (James Gathany)Jsonline
Health: seven-day - averaging
The peak for daily doses was April 11, when the state was averaging more than 64,000 doses a day.
The peak for daily doses was April 11, when the state was averaging more than 64,000 doses a day.
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Health: coronavirus - ultrastructural - morphology
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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Health: Jon Talton - COVID - reentry - 8-ounce - sanitizer
States and cities across the country are starting to reopen after more than a year of the COVID-19 crisis.
States and cities across the country are starting to reopen after more than a year of the COVID-19 crisis. Seattle needs to prepare for reentry to normal, writes economy columnist Jon Talton.
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Health: Prime Minister Narendra Modi - coronavirus - pummeled
…health system shows no signs of abating.
India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi faced growing pressure Friday to impose a strict nationwide lockdown as a startling surge in coronavirus cases that has pummeled the country's health system shows no signs of abating.
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Health: Albert Bourla - mRNA - collaboration
…which if granted would mark the first mRNA…
Pfizer is seeking full FDA approval of its coronavirus vaccine, the company announced Friday, which if granted would mark the first mRNA vaccine to ever be FDA-approved.
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Health: commemorations - COVID-19 - throwbacks - popping
…reposts and commemorations crack open the…
A year after March, April and May 2020, memories from earlier in the COVID-19 crisis are popping up in people's social media feeds when throwbacks, reposts and commemorations crack open the digital time capsule of the pandemic before it's even...
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Health: Sinopharm COVID-19 - Lebanese Army Commander
…than those with a full head of hair, researchers found.
Men who are balding appear much more likely to suffer from severe cases of COVID-19 than those with a full head of hair, researchers found.
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Health: pandemic-related - demographers - bust
Demographers dig into the data around…
Demographers dig into the data around the pandemic-related baby bust
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Health: Christian Charisius - International Olympics
…19 vaccines remains tight in many countries.
The agreement comes as global supply of the Covid-19 vaccines remains tight in many countries.
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Health: Disease Control - Prevention - cope - 250
More than 250,000 women have died of COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
More than 250,000 women have died of COVID-19, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Many of them were mothers.
Health: alcohol-related - coronavirus - lockdown - misuse
The rise began in March 2020, when the U.K. began its first coronavirus lockdown, and the rates for the rest of the year…
The rise began in March 2020, when the U.K. began its first coronavirus lockdown, and the rates for the rest of the year remained significantly higher than in previous years.
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Health: highly optimistic - Cinemark Tinseltown Grapevine
…about a recovery in the coming months.
The third-largest movie theater chain in the country is “highly optimistic” about a recovery in the coming months.
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Health: President Joe Biden - World Trade - strenuously
…could light a fire under drug companies.
The WTO waiver likely won't trigger more production and distribution. But it's a political plus for America and could light a fire under drug companies.
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Health: avocado - toast - Uncle Sam
That’s the message I get loud and clear from…
If it doesn’t look like avocado toast, you can’t have it. That’s the message I get loud and clear from Uncle Sam when I read story after story about the Food and Drug Administrati…
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Health: Pacific Northwest - updating - pandemic
We’re updating this page with the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the Seattle area,…
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: Tiffany Crawford - David Carrigg - coronavirus
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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Health: Latinx Massachusetts - Greater Boston - insecurity
Massachusetts saw a 55% increase in food insecurity from 2019 to 2020, leaving an estimated 1.6 million people –…
Massachusetts saw a 55% increase in food insecurity from 2019 to 2020, leaving an estimated 1.6 million people – disproportionately black and Latinx – not knowing where their next meal …
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Health: fallout - innate - desire
Opinion: Is this all some innate government desire to control information or is it all about protecting the premier…
Opinion: Is this all some innate government desire to control information or is it all about protecting the premier from political fallout?
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Health: Gordon Hoekstra - punching - infected
…with key vaccine developments and helping develop a range of treatments to ease the suffering of those infected
B.C.'s biotech is punching above its weight, with key vaccine developments and helping develop a range of treatments to ease the suffering of those infected
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Health: post-traumatic - Ernest Pete Inkman - Mary Polak
Mary Polak's dad returned from the Korean War with what we now know is post-traumatic stress disorder and…
Mary Polak's dad returned from the Korean War with what we now know is post-traumatic stress disorder and the horror of what happened swept under the rug
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Health: Beacon Hill - Denise Garlick - House Thursday
Nurses are lobbying lawmakers on Beacon Hill to pass a series of bills they say would offer them better protection…
Nurses are lobbying lawmakers on Beacon Hill to pass a series of bills they say would offer them better protection in their “dangerous” workplaces, and improve patient care.
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Health: Darko Vojinovic - Washington Times - vial - Serbia
The World Health Organization on Friday approved China’s Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use globally.
The World Health Organization on Friday approved China’s Sinopharm COVID-19 vaccine for emergency use globally.
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Health: life-saving - seven-fold - undercount - DELHI
…fold and the government denied reports that it was slow in distributing life-saving supplies from abroad.
NEW DELHI — Infections in India hit another grim daily record on Thursday as demand for medical oxygen jumped seven-fold and the government denied reports that it was slow in distributing life-saving supplies from abroad.
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Health: Pfizer-BioNTech - Anthony Fauci - COVID-19
Anthony Fauci said Wednesday.
The Food and Drug Administration could approve the COVID-19 vaccine from Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine for ages 12 to 15 within “days,” adding to immunity levels across America and making it easier for schools to reopen, Dr. Anthony Fauci said Wednesday.
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Health: Rajendra Kapila - Piyush Goyal - Rutgers - renowned
The surge of COVID-19 cases in India has taken\u00a0the life of renowned Rutgers medical professor\u00a0Dr. Rajendra Kapila.
The surge of COVID-19 cases in India has taken\u00a0the life of renowned Rutgers medical professor\u00a0Dr. Rajendra Kapila.
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Health: five-ton - pandemic - throne - Noto
Leaders of a coastal town in Japan drawing the ire of some residents after spending\u00a0$230,000 in COVID-19 relief…
Leaders of a coastal town in Japan drawing the ire of some residents after spending\u00a0$230,000 in COVID-19 relief money on a statue of a flying squid.
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Health: psychotic - symptoms
…even when they have no prior history of mental illness.
Experts are seeing more reports of COVID-19 survivors developing psychotic symptoms, even when they have no prior history of mental illness.
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Health: coronavirus
More than 464,000 coronavirus vaccine doses were given across Massachusetts during the past week, a significant drop…
More than 464,000 coronavirus vaccine doses were given across Massachusetts during the past week, a significant drop from the record-high total in the previous week.
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Health: Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor - Meghan Markle
…Windsor turns 2 and his parents, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan of Sussex, are celebrating through advocacy.
Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor turns 2 and his parents, Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan of Sussex, are celebrating through advocacy.
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Health: Kenneth Braithwaite - Former Navy - loehrke
…traveled the globe as the Trump administration wound down, despite COVID-19 canceling plans of other officials.
Former Navy Sec. Kenneth Braithwaite traveled the globe as the Trump administration wound down, despite COVID-19 canceling plans of other officials.
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Crime: COVID - 000-year-old - wormwood - fevers
…says the medicinal herb known as sweet wormwood is showing plenty of potential as a possible treatment for COVID-19.
A Massachusetts researcher says the medicinal herb known as sweet wormwood is showing plenty of potential as a possible treatment for COVID-19.
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Health: AstraZeneca - Katie DeRosa - naci
…small risks linked to AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson.
NACI maintained the risk of dying from COVID-19 is much higher compared with the small risks linked to AstraZeneca and Johnson & Johnson.
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Health: surprise
…the doctors found two more.
Talk about a surprise. A Malian woman thought she was having seven babies. But during the delivery, the doctors found two more.
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Health: North Texas - COVID-19 - Tarrant County
…County and The University of North Texas...
A new walk-in COVID-19 vaccination site opened today at The University of Texas at Arlington. Run by Tarrant County and The University of North Texas...
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Health: Pacific Islander - Asian American - anti-Asian
…Asian acts to observe the experiences…
This year, Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month may attract more attention than usual, with readers and listeners moved by anti-Asian acts to observe the experiences of AAPI authors.
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Health: loneliness - three-day - Anthony Fauci - COVID
…mental health cost of loneliness.
The conference has only taken on more relevance amid a growing appreciation of the need for global access to health care, new advances in vaccine technology and greater understanding of the mental health cost of loneliness.
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Health: Larry Hogan - Associated Press - Annapolis - pandemic
Larry Hogan announced Wednesday.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland residents can now get vaccinated without an appointment at any of the state’s 13 mass vaccination sites, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Wednesday.
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Health: telemedicine - overreliance - appointment
…might create an overreliance on virtual visits.
Make telemedicine your first choice for most doctor visits. That’s the message some U.S. employers and insurers are sending with a new wave of care options. But some doctors worry that it might create an overreliance on virtual visits.
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Health: coronavirus - Pfizer - thibault - SAVARY
Just yesterday, Pfizer said it expects to make up to $26 billion on COVID-19 vaccine sales in 2021 alone
Just yesterday, Pfizer said it expects to make up to $26 billion on COVID-19 vaccine sales in 2021 alone
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Health: pandemic - vaccinations - prevalent - biden - path
As vaccinations roll out, the opportunity to hang out is becoming more prevalent. What happens if it becomes too much?
As vaccinations roll out, the opportunity to hang out is becoming more prevalent. What happens if it becomes too much?
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Health: Anthony Fauci - Washington Times - coronavirus
…very frustrating” that roughly a quarter of Americans don’t plan on getting vaccinated against the coronavirus.
Dr. Anthony Fauci said it’s “very frustrating” that roughly a quarter of Americans don’t plan on getting vaccinated against the coronavirus.
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Health: Lumen Field Event - Seattle Times - vaccinations
…COVID-19 case and hospitalization data reveal hopeful numbers, health officials said during a Wednesday briefing.
The state remains in a fourth wave of infection, but new COVID-19 case and hospitalization data reveal hopeful numbers, health officials said during a Wednesday briefing.
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Politics: in-person - coronavirus - ravaging - vaccines
LONDON — India’s foreign minister pulled out of in-person meetings at a Group of Seven gathering in…
LONDON — India’s foreign minister pulled out of in-person meetings at a Group of Seven gathering in London on Wednesday because of possible exposure to the coronavirus. Talks centered on ways to ensure global access to COVID-19 vaccines and...
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Health: Adrian Dix - Don Craig - enhance
…fund for the Nikkei Seniors Health Care and Housing Society to enhance programming for seniors and local communities.
The province has announced a $2-million fund for the Nikkei Seniors Health Care and Housing Society to enhance programming for seniors and local communities.
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Health: Ahmad Gaber - pandemic - engulfed - appalled
Brothers Mohammad and Ahmad Gaber share a passion for health care…
Brothers Mohammad and Ahmad Gaber share a passion for health care and technology. So when the COVID-19 pandemic engulfed the nation, they were “appalled”...
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Health: coronavirus - pandemic - Hillsborough - whereabouts
Many inmates released to home confinement during the coronavirus…
Many inmates released to home confinement during the coronavirus pandemic have gotten jobs and started school. What does it say about the purpose of prison if they're sent back?