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Health: vulnerability - Mayor Bill - variants - Blasio
Children's vulnerability to the virus and its variants are evident as nearly 72K kids have tested positive…
Children's vulnerability to the virus and its variants are evident as nearly 72K kids have tested positive for the virus. The latest COVID-19 updates.
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Health: jeopardy - COVID-19 - coronavirus - pandemic
Pilots at Horizon Air who called out sick more than five times in the past year say their career advancement is now…
Pilots at Horizon Air who called out sick more than five times in the past year say their career advancement is now in jeopardy, as they could be barred from lucrative jobs at Alaska Airlines. It also presents a safety...
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Health: administering
GENEVA — The head of the World Health Organization called Wednesday for a moratorium on administering booster shots…
GENEVA — The head of the World Health Organization called Wednesday for a moratorium on administering booster shots of COVID-19 vaccines as a way to help ensure that doses are available in countries where few people have received their first shots.
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Health: Medical College - assessing - treatments
Researchers will be assessing the program to improve treatments for youth of color.
Researchers will be assessing the program to improve treatments for youth of color.
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Health: variant - complications - Children’s Wisconsin
The moves come as Wisconsin hospitals have seen an increase in patients with severe complications from the delta…
The moves come as Wisconsin hospitals have seen an increase in patients with severe complications from the delta variant of COVID-19.
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Health: clustered - fluctuate - counties - heightened
…thirds\u00a0of Wisconsin counties, many of which are clustered in the southeast corner of the state.
As of Aug. 8, the order will impact roughly two-thirds\u00a0of Wisconsin counties, many of which are clustered in the southeast corner of the state.
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Health: coronavirus - distancing - lockdowns - masking
Two weeks to slow the spread. That was the original rationale for the lockdowns, masking and social…
Two weeks to slow the spread. That was the original rationale for the lockdowns, masking and social distancing: Prevent transmission of the coronavirus so that Americans could be assured that we wo…
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Health: Brandon Wade Special Contributor - vaccinated
AUSTIN — State health officials are urging Texans…
AUSTIN — State health officials are urging Texans to get vaccinated against COVID-19 amid an “alarming” surge of the virus driven by the highly contagious...
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Health: COVID
…according to CDC data.
COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths were up in nearly all 50 states last week, fronted by Florida and Texas, according to CDC data.
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Health: Dallas COVID-19 - most-severe - Judge Clay Jenkins
…level of risk of contracting the coronavirus — on...
Health officials moved Dallas County’s COVID-19 threat level up to red — representing the most-severe level of risk of contracting the coronavirus — on...
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Health: COVID - pandemic - Kramlik - aunt
What are families planning to do at State Fair to feel comfortable and safe with unvaccinated kids?
What are families planning to do at State Fair to feel comfortable and safe with unvaccinated kids?
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Health: Providence Holy Cross - Mission Hills - Los Angeles
American health care is too expensive.
American health care is too expensive.
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Health: systematically - Biden - Shulman - proclaimed
The Biden administration would like you to get a vaccine and wear a mask.
The Biden administration would like you to get a vaccine and wear a mask. Oh, and one more thing: It has just proclaimed that it’s time for government employees and contractors to get off public Wi-Fi, where they can pick...
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Health: Drug Administration - COVID-19 - vaccinations
…have in recent days been compelled to act as infections have surged again.
Some of the nation’s largest employers, for months reluctant to wade into the fraught issue of whether COVID-19 vaccinations should be mandatory for workers, have in recent days been compelled to act as infections have surged again.
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Health: unvaccinated - Texans - Linda
I’m speaking to you, Linda. My heart is not ready to face this world without you.
I’m speaking to you, Linda. My heart is not ready to face this world without you. You are among the 21% of remaining unvaccinated Texans who, according to...
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Health: Two Illustration - Greg Groesch - sadly - lockdown
…liberties we have hired them to protect.
Sadly, we are approaching a time in America during which our elected public officials will assault the liberties we have hired them to protect.
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Health: COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate - bedridden - groesch
I got struck down. Like nothing I’ve ever felt before.
I got struck down. Like nothing I’ve ever felt before. I was bedridden; I couldn’t taste or eat.
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Health: COVID - vaccinated - Wilkesboro - arlington - facility
…becoming one of the first major employers…
ARLINGTON, Va. — Tyson Foods will require all of its U.S. employees to get vaccinated against COVID-19, becoming one of the first major employers of front-li...
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Health: Warren County - Yazoo River - Washington Times
Scientists have found that 40% of wild deer in parts of the U.S. had neutralizing antibodies for the coronavirus,…
Scientists have found that 40% of wild deer in parts of the U.S. had neutralizing antibodies for the coronavirus, suggesting COVID-19 spread from humans in what is reportedly the first documentation of widespread exposure to the virus in free-roaming animals.
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Health: revea - optimistic
Kathy Griffin has revealed that she is undergoing surgery for lung cancer and her doctors are optimistic she “should be…
Kathy Griffin has revealed that she is undergoing surgery for lung cancer and her doctors are optimistic she “should be up and running around as usual in a month or less.”
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Health: administering - COVID - doses
GENEVA — The head of the World Health Organization is calling for a…
GENEVA — The head of the World Health Organization is calling for a moratorium on administering booster shots of COVID-19 vaccines as a way to help ensure that doses are available in cou…
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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: pandemic - respiratory - variant
Florida on Sunday broke its record for current hospitalizations, days after it recorded the most new daily cases since…
Florida on Sunday broke its record for current hospitalizations, days after it recorded the most new daily cases since the start of the pandemic.
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Health: vaccinations - occupancy - DOH
The Washington State Department of Health is urging vaccinations with an uptick in coronavirus cases and…
The Washington State Department of Health is urging vaccinations with an uptick in coronavirus cases and hospitalization due to the spread of the delta variant. Hospital occupancy is at the highest levels seen so far in 2021, according to DOH.
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Health: send a message - Lockdown Mafia - Anthony Fauci
…Fauci and the “Lockdown Mafia” in the wake of COVID-19 delta variant commentary: “We’re done listening to you!”
Sen. Rand Paul says Americans must “send a message” to Dr. Anthony Fauci and the “Lockdown Mafia” in the wake of COVID-19 delta variant commentary: “We’re done listening to you!”
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Health: President Joe Biden - Joseph Mercola - osteopathic
…delete posts on his site 48 hours after publishing them.
Joseph Mercola, an osteopathic physician in Florida who researchers say is a chief spreader of coronavirus misinformation online, said that he would delete posts on his site 48 hours after publishing them.
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Health: Jessica DuPreez - COVID - anti-vaxxer - White House
But now she regrets not getting vaccinated for COVID-19 sooner.
Jessica DuPreez never considered herself an anti-vaxxer. But now she regrets not getting vaccinated for COVID-19 sooner.
Smoke from Oregon and California fires turned what was expected to be a 90-degree sunny… (Skeeze)Seattletimes
90-degree - aloft - southerly
…meaning air quality should remain good to moderate for most of the...
Smoke from Oregon and California fires turned what was expected to be a 90-degree sunny Saturday into a gray 77. The smoke is expected to remain high aloft, meaning air quality should remain good to moderate for most of the...
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Health: evolving - pandemic - angst - affirms - diversity
…reporting on this evolving story...
It's a complicated story to tell - urgent for some, less so for others, everybody's tired of it, and opinions have hardened. This affirms the critical need to sustain a diversity of local news organizations, reporting on this evolving story...
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Health: Senate Appropriations Subcommittee - vaccinated
Urging greater numbers of people to get vaccinated,…
Urging greater numbers of people to get vaccinated, Francis Collins reported that “most of the projections say we’re in for a really tough August, September, October.
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Health: crush the outbreak - unvaccinated - inoculated
…pain and suffering” is ahead as COVID-…
The nation’s top infectious disease expert is warning that more “pain and suffering” is ahead as COVID-19 cases climb again and officials plead with unvaccinated Americans to get inoculated
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Health: COVID-19 - unvaccinated - coronavirus - bodybuilder
Many doctors on the front lines say unvaccinated COVID-19 patients in their 20s and 30s…
Many doctors on the front lines say unvaccinated COVID-19 patients in their 20s and 30s are becoming more severely ill, and more quickly. Many physicians treating them suspect that the delta variant of the coronavirus, is playing a role.
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Health: summer-vacation - coronavirus - infections - crowds
DALLAS — Air travel in the U.S. is hitting new pandemic-era highs, and airlines are scrambling to keep up with…
DALLAS — Air travel in the U.S. is hitting new pandemic-era highs, and airlines are scrambling to keep up with the summer-vacation crowds. Despite rising numbers of coronavirus infections fueled by…
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Health: Legislative Exchange Council - bowmer - pandemic
The Florida Hospital Association reported more than 10,000 Covid hospitalizations, the most statewide during any…
The Florida Hospital Association reported more than 10,000 Covid hospitalizations, the most statewide during any point in the pandemic.
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Health: vaxxed - vaccinated - Massachusetts Department
Massachusetts breakthrough coronavirus cases have been rising rapidly in recent weeks amid the more highly…
Massachusetts breakthrough coronavirus cases have been rising rapidly in recent weeks amid the more highly contagious delta variant, but the percentage of fully vaxxed people getting infected remai…
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Health: identities - sexes - gender
You may think you know everything about conversion therapy. But you don't even know the half of it. Watch \
You may think you know everything about conversion therapy. But you don't even know the half of it. Watch \
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Health: Hawaii's COVID - homework - ruining - pandemic
Hawaii has the most strict entry rules in the country and travelers who don't do their homework risk delaying or ruining their vacation.
Hawaii has the most strict entry rules in the country and travelers who don't do their homework risk delaying or ruining their vacation.
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Health: COVID - Oval Office - Martha
Here's everything we know.
COVID-19 testing is required ahead of former President Barack Obama's 60th birthday party in Martha's Vineyard. Here's everything we know.
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Health: Frazier Townhomes - United Methodist - co-coordinator
…faith groups are among the organizations pushing to get more…
As the delta variant spreads in North Texas, faith groups are among the organizations pushing to get more people vaccinated. In recent weeks, churches,...
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Health: slew - medicine - biotech - handful - surge
Here's a look at a handful of companies.
Washington state's life sciences sector where new medicines are being made is growing quickly as part of a national surge with a slew of new initial public offerings this year. Here's a look at a handful of companies.
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Health: long-term - mandate - granted
The first COVID-19 vaccine was distributed under an Emergency Use Authorization. More than seven months later,…
The first COVID-19 vaccine was distributed under an Emergency Use Authorization. More than seven months later, actual approval hasn’t been granted.
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Health: COVID - exhausting - draining - hospitalization
…the CEO of Washington's hospital association said. And to know that this is a preventable disease at this point...
It is scary and emotionally draining and very physically exhausting work to care for COVID patients, the CEO of Washington's hospital association said. And to know that this is a preventable disease at this point... is really challenging.
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Health: Nautilus Biotechnology - San Francisco Bay
…could lead the way to new treatments and medicines.
Seattle startup Nautilus Biotechnology is developing a device to identify and count 95% of the different types of proteins in a biological sample, a process that could lead the way to new treatments and medicines.
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Health: COVID
…clashed with riot police, who fired tear gas.
Thousands of people protested France’s special virus pass by marching through Paris and other French cities on Saturday. Most demonstrations were peaceful but some in Paris clashed with riot police, who fired tear gas.
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Health: Port Washington Road - 50-minute - flexologists
“People are definitely seeing the value in the…
“People are definitely seeing the value in the service and how it can help them.\
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Health: vaccination
…beginning next month, it said Tuesday.
Microsoft will require vaccinations for employees and others in its U.S. buildings beginning next month, it said Tuesday. And its planned opening of U.S. offices has been pushed back a month, to Oct. 4.
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Health: Pfizer COVID-19 - Disease Control - Lehman High
…more Americans immunized at home.
The U.S. has donated more than 110 million doses of its COVID-19 vaccines to 60 countries, the White House said Tuesday, as President Biden plots new ways to get more Americans immunized at home.
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Health: Emmanuel Macron - French Riviera - COVID - Tiktok
…19 and to reach out to younger people.
French President Emmanuel Macron has taken to popular social media apps in a new push to encourage vaccinations against COVID-19 and to reach out to younger people. The vacationing president fielded questions on Instagram and Tiktok.
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Health: Maternity Tower - teenager - simulations
Indiana teenager had rare brain condition…
Indiana teenager had rare brain condition that threatened her life if she did not undergo surgery as soon as possible.
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Health: National Institute - Francis Collins - Capitol Hill
National Institute of Health Director…
National Institute of Health Director Francis Collins said Sunday the revised mask guidance is “mostly about protecting the unvaccinated.”
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Health: Ariosa Diagnostics - Bay Area News - specimens
…Autistic lab worker flourishes at…
Wish Book: Autistic lab worker flourishes at biomedical company
Health: genetically
…that the future is potentially open, not simply genetically determined.
It's important to understand that the future is potentially open, not simply genetically determined.
Health: White House COVID - Joe Biden - milestone - pandemic
WASHINGTON — Seventy percent of U.S. adults have received at least one dose…
WASHINGTON — Seventy percent of U.S. adults have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, a key milestone in the fight against the pandemic that the country hit nearly a month later than President Joe Biden had hoped....
Health: Oceans Marine Mammal Unit - Paul Cottrell - starvation
Whale watchers in Washington state say an orca is presumed dead after being…
Whale watchers in Washington state say an orca is presumed dead after being found in distress last week in the Strait of Juan de Fuca. Cappuccino, also known as K21, was born in 1986.
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Health: high-fives - handshakes - sanitizer - sanitary
Olympic athletes in Tokyo are sealed off in a giant sanitary bubble built with daily tests, oceans of sanitizer and…
Olympic athletes in Tokyo are sealed off in a giant sanitary bubble built with daily tests, oceans of sanitizer and restrictions on their movements: no hugs, high-fives or handshakes. Inside this bubble, infections have been limited.
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Health: misinformation - unregulated - Denise Ryan - lobby
A wild west of unregulated health care advertising, and social media are behind the growing lobby of health…
A wild west of unregulated health care advertising, and social media are behind the growing lobby of health disinformation and fraudster, says expert
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Health: COVID-19 - drugstores - coronavirus - heyward
The COVID-19 pandemic swept in some big changes to how drugstores and other retailers do business
The COVID-19 pandemic swept in some big changes to how drugstores and other retailers do business
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Health: Lisa Cordasco - CBSA - excuses - heading
CBSA says no excuses, people need to ask for help to file information before heading to the airport
CBSA says no excuses, people need to ask for help to file information before heading to the airport
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Health: pandemic - 55 - toll
In the early months of the pandemic, nearly 1.7 million workers over the age of 55 dropped out of the job market.
In the early months of the pandemic, nearly 1.7 million workers over the age of 55 dropped out of the job market. With a public health crisis taking a heavy toll on older people, many retired early…
Pacific Northwest
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Health: covid-19 - toddler - pharma
As the school year approaches, pharma companies are testing COVID-19 vaccines for the under-12 set
As the school year approaches, pharma companies are testing COVID-19 vaccines for the under-12 set
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Health: counties - transmission - wear
Kohl's announced the change Monday, following updated policies at other large retailers like…
Kohl's announced the change Monday, following updated policies at other large retailers like Target and Walmart.
Health: all-clear - mask-wearing - confusing - pandemic
…some of the most commonly asked questions surrounding masks and how to use them in this latest phase of pandemic life.
A new recommendation for masking, months after we thought we'd received the all-clear, was confusing. Here are answers to some of the most commonly asked questions surrounding masks and how to use them in this latest phase of pandemic life.
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Health: anachronistic - disliked - misinformation - brevity
…Section 230 is disliked on both sides of the...
The law's anachronistic nature and brevity left it wide open for interpretation. Case by case, courts have used its words to give platforms broad rather than narrow immunity. As a result, Section 230 is disliked on both sides of the...
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Health: COVID - traumatized - lonely - vector - grandma
…seniors today are traumatized and lonely, right?...
Our poor elders. Given the COVID-19 pandemic, and media coverage of seniors, you might think basically all seniors today are traumatized and lonely, right?...
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Health: Washington Times - dharapak - Charles J
…this time over personal health choices vs. the collective responsibility to prevent deadly outbreaks in the ranks.
The Pentagon’s looming COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all troops threatens to push the military into the middle of yet another divisive cultural battle, this time over personal health choices vs. the collective responsibility to prevent deadly outbreaks in the ranks.
Biden
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Health: White House COVID-19 Response - not done with us
The Biden administration said Monday that COVID-19 is clearly “not done with us” but that vaccines remain a critical…
The Biden administration said Monday that COVID-19 is clearly “not done with us” but that vaccines remain a critical barrier of protection against disease and transmission amid concerns about “breakthrough” infections from aggressive variants.
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Health: depicting - Tijuana - paused
The lawsuit over the use of Title 42 resumes after having been paused since February.
The lawsuit over the use of Title 42 resumes after having been paused since February.
President Joe Biden
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Health: President Joe Biden - United States - coronavirus
…surge attributed to the highly contagious delta variant.
The United States reached President Joe Biden's 70% milestone amid a coronavirus surge attributed to the highly contagious delta variant. Disease experts predict as many as 140,000 to 300,000 cases a day in the United States come August
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Health: President Joe Biden - Amy Harris Invision - goers
But pandemics don’t care for carefully laid out plans.
The president’s team had a meticulously crafted agenda in mind. But pandemics don’t care for carefully laid out plans.
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Health: Pfizer-BioNTech - hands-on-deck - unvaccinated
…deck strategy to accelerate an already expedited effort to grant…
The director of the FDA division which regulates vaccines said the agency is pursuing an all hands-on-deck strategy to accelerate an already expedited effort to grant full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine. Here, he answers some questions.
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Health: Prevarian Companies - ofGarlandto - redevelop
Dallas’ Prevarian Companies...
A Dallas healthcare real estate firm is teaming up with the City ofGarlandto redevelop the city’s medical district. Dallas’ Prevarian Companies...
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Health: White House COVID - United States - coronavirus
…according to a White House official.
More than 816,000 doses were reported administered as of Sunday evening over the day's prior totals, and among them were about 517,000 getting vaccinated for the first time, according to a White House official.
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Health: Congressional Black Caucus - unjustified - egregious
American patients are sick and tired of insurance companies not covering essential care and services.
American patients are sick and tired of insurance companies not covering essential care and services.
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Health: all-time - fast-track - expulsions - deportation
official says the number of children traveling alone who were picked up at the Mexican border by U.S.
A U.S. official says the number of children traveling alone who were picked up at the Mexican border by U.S. immigration authorities likely hit an all-time high in July
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Politics: Boston Public - temporarily - advisory
Jamaica Pond has temporarily been closed due to potentially lethal algae bloom, according to a Boston Public Health…
Jamaica Pond has temporarily been closed due to potentially lethal algae bloom, according to a Boston Public Health Commission advisory.
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Health: Robert Michael - ramping
Public health campaigners are ramping up pressure to share vaccine manufacturing…
Public health campaigners are ramping up pressure to share vaccine manufacturing knowledge and help other countries
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Health: Peter Hamlin - two-thirds - prevalence
…brought out the face-mask Nazis.
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought out the face-mask Nazis.
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Health: vaccinations - coronavirus - teenagers - Jens Spahn
Germany will start offering coronavirus…
Germany will start offering coronavirus vaccinations for all children and teenagers aged 12 and older
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Health: Anthony Fauci - Pensions Committee - variant
…that things are going to get worse as the…
Fauci also warned, however, that things are going to get worse as the Delta variant continues to spread across the U.S.
Health: COVID-19 - Contra Costa - Santa Clara - San Mateo
Health officials in San Francisco and six other Bay Area counties have…
Health officials in San Francisco and six other Bay Area counties have announced that they are reinstating a mast mandate for all indoor settings as COVID-19 infections surge
Health: Suffolk County - New York - geography - all-out
…found themselves returning, again and again, to questions of geography.
At their regular pandemic response meetings over the past year, officials in Suffolk County, New York, found themselves returning, again and again, to questions of geography.
Health: Disease Control - syncytial - flulike - coughing
…flulike illness that is typically more likely to affect children and...
Health officials have expressed concern over a simultaneous rise in delta infections and cases of a respiratory virus known as respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV — a highly contagious, flulike illness that is typically more likely to affect children and...
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Health: COVID-19 - inoculation - vaccinated
LONDON — Britain opened its borders to fully vaccinated travelers from the U.S. and European Union on Monday as travel…
LONDON — Britain opened its borders to fully vaccinated travelers from the U.S. and European Union on Monday as travel industry leaders urged the government to further ease restrictions and allow people to enjoy the benefits of a successful COVID-19 inoculation program.
…doses have gone to waste since the nation began administering COVID-19 vaccines (illustration) in December. James GathanySeattletimes
Health: administering - COVID - one-fifth - mid-July
…began administering COVID-19 vaccines in December.
A survey of data from 10 states shows that more than 1 million doses have gone to waste since the nation began administering COVID-19 vaccines in December.
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Health: Connor Fields - Vincent Pelluard - Summer Olympics
…during the Tokyo Olympics. While in...
Plano native Connor Fields, the defending gold medalist in BMX racing, is recovering from a serious injury he suffered during the Tokyo Olympics. While in...
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Health: Minnesota Friday - plume
…which runs until noon Sunday.
People in sensitive groups should limit their time outside during the advisory, which runs until noon Sunday.
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Health: Scott Brown - wildfire - concentrations - hazy
…fine particulate matter and hazy skies.
Wildfire smoke has brought with it high concentrations of fine particulate matter and hazy skies.
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Health: Seneca College - post-secondary - vaccinations
…secondary institutions have not mandated vaccinations.
With the notable exceptions of Seneca College, and some university residences, Canadian post-secondary institutions have not mandated vaccinations.
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Environment: Sarah Grochowski - coupled - pollute - ozone
…level ozone, is forecast to pollute Metro Vancouver skies this weekend.
Wildfire smoke, coupled with a heat wave that's cooking up ground-level ozone, is forecast to pollute Metro Vancouver skies this weekend.
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Health: capitalism
US medical institutions are tainted by capitalism. Social pressure sometimes makes it hard for patients to say no
US medical institutions are tainted by capitalism. Social pressure sometimes makes it hard for patients to say no
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Health: Taylor Chinitz - diagnosis - PMC
…charity event for years now has another reason to be riding this year after facing her own cancer diagnosis and battle.
A Pan-Mass Challenge rider who has been participating in the charity event for years now has another reason to be riding this year after facing her own cancer diagnosis and battle.
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Health: Medicare Advantage Plan - incorrect - diagnoses
SAN FRANCISCO — The federal government has sued Kaiser Permanente, alleging the health care giant committed Medicare…
SAN FRANCISCO — The federal government has sued Kaiser Permanente, alleging the health care giant committed Medicare fraud and pressured doctors to list incorrect diagnoses on medical records in o…
Health: Hunter Strickland - Jandel Gustave
Left-hander Blaine Hardy joined the Brewers on Sunday, becoming the 57th player to wear their uniform this season.
Left-hander Blaine Hardy joined the Brewers on Sunday, becoming the 57th player to wear their uniform this season.
Health: vaccinations - impeding - inexorably - cookouts
…they were manufactured too quickly, it’s all a government hoax — is a literal matter of life and death.
The bad information now impeding vaccinations — i.e., they contain tracking devices, they were manufactured too quickly, it’s all a government hoax — is a literal matter of life and death.
Pacific Northwest
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Health: Jefferson City - 39Yaccording - COVID - variant
…delta variant dropping to 39Yaccording to findings by Israel’s Health Ministry, it is absurd to pursue a return to...
With vaccine effectiveness against the delta variant dropping to 39Yaccording to findings by Israel’s Health Ministry, it is absurd to pursue a return to...
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Health: Charlie Massachusetts - immunocompromised - mitigate
Boston’s doctors are divided on whether Gov. Charlie Baker’s new masking guidelines, which recommend masks only for…
Boston’s doctors are divided on whether Gov. Charlie Baker’s new masking guidelines, which recommend masks only for the unvaccinated, the elderly and the immunocompromised, go far enough to mitigat…