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Health: COVID - Mancur Olson - West Germany - pandemic
is experiencing a reset in significant ways.
The COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. economy hard. But, as shutdowns abate, the U.S. is experiencing a reset in significant ways.
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Health: reproductive - ad-hoc - video-call - pandemic
…model for reproductive healthcare is sticking around.
Through pandemic necessity, an ad-hoc, telehealth model for reproductive healthcare is sticking around.
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Health: COVID-19 - pandemic - lockdown - incrementally
Whether your bank account grew or shrank during the long months…
Whether your bank account grew or shrank during the long months of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, now is the time to take stock of your financial situation and decide your next steps. Here's how to get started.
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Health: injection - workwear - syringe - protective
Moderna and Pfizer this summer began testing their vaccines in younger kids
Moderna and Pfizer this summer began testing their vaccines in younger kids
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Health: carelessness - remarried - teenage - snacks - scary
My ex had cancer years ago and used a lot of medical marijuana.
My ex had cancer years ago and used a lot of medical marijuana. One of the reasons for our divorce was his carelessness with the marijuana around our children — leaving edibles on the counter…
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Health: Last November - 10-year-old - diagnostics - Rimadyl
We recently got a huge scare regarding our 10-year-old German shepherd and after a lot of diagnostics…
We recently got a huge scare regarding our 10-year-old German shepherd and after a lot of diagnostics and considerable expense, we still do not have any solid answers. Last November, we noticed tha…
The cancers and health impacts veterans (illustration) of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan face because… KevinUsatoday
Health: Agent Orange - chemotherapy - dreading
The cancers and health impacts veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan face because of our military'…
The cancers and health impacts veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan face because of our military's burn pits are my generation's Agent Orange.
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Health: COVID - intubated - pandemic - statewide
…coronavirus hospitalizations hit yet another record low.
State health officials on Saturday reported six new virus deaths and 91 new cases as statewide coronavirus hospitalizations hit yet another record low.
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Health: Love in the Time of Covid - vaccinated-only
Couples are competing for not just guests but for reception halls -- and those with safety on their minds are…
Couples are competing for not just guests but for reception halls -- and those with safety on their minds are encountering the heartache and awkward negotiations that ensue when guests refuse a coronavirus vaccine and still want to attend.
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long-awaited - European Union - recouping
…Portugal and Greece. The ruling offered long-awaited relief that they could begin recouping their economic losses.
Most countries are expected to open to Americans immediately — if they haven’t already — including Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece. The ruling offered long-awaited relief that they could begin recouping their economic losses.
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Health: Ignace Indian - Historic Mitchell - descendants
…incentives to encourage more Natives to take the vaccine.
The Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center is offering gift cards, prizes and other incentives to encourage more Natives to take the vaccine.
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Health: Holliman - arnitta - flash - graduate - ourselves
Arnitta Holliman brings to her work the idea…
Arnitta Holliman brings to her work the idea that in order to work on our community, we have to work on ourselves.
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Health: vaccination-era - South Asian Indian - post-vaccination
…that has venues and other vendors in high demand.
NEW YORK — Couples in the U.S. are racing to the altar in a vaccination-era wedding boom that has venues and other vendors in high demand. With restrictions on large gatherings loosening, wedding p…
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Health: Marian Rauenzahn - Denise Gracely - Angela Ermold
Barbara and Christine Colucci long to remove…
Barbara and Christine Colucci long to remove their masks and kiss their 102-year-old mother, who has dementia and is in a nursing home in Rochester, New York.
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Health: first-of-their-kind - advancements - Dana-Farber
…their-kind mRNA coronavirus vaccines,…
First-of-their-kind mRNA coronavirus vaccines, which have now been administered to hundreds of millions of people nationwide, are helping to accelerate the use of similar medical advancements in ca…
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Health: Coronavirus COVID-19 Spores - pandemic - Salon
Some workers learned to stand up for…
Some workers learned to stand up for themselves a bit more during, and due to, the pandemic
Health: leather-covered - licensed-brands - disinfecting
Q: I hate sticky fingers — especially when my leather-covered steering wheel becomes sticky.
Q: I hate sticky fingers — especially when my leather-covered steering wheel becomes sticky. During the pandemic I discovered that disinfecting wipes did an excellent job of totally removing …
Health: loves
Ryan Lochte came up short in his bid to make a fifth Olympic team at age 36
Ryan Lochte came up short in his bid to make a fifth Olympic team at age 36
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Health: heat-controlled - renovated - Baraboo
…year for eventual release to the wild.
The International Crane Foundation in Baraboo opened its renovated exhibits in May and is raising the first whoopng crane in more than a year for eventual release to the wild.
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Eductaion: cockroaches - thrive - UTC Jun - bugs - ticks
…what you should know about each one.
Cockroaches, ticks and other bugs of summer that can thrive in your home. Here is what you should know about each one.
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Health: all-virtual - Obama White House - superstar - sung
…and he’s sung in the Obama White House.
R&B superstar Anthony Hamilton has sung to stadium crowds, and he’s sung in the Obama White House. But this weekend, he’ll sing to nobody. His webcast Saturday night
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Health: Chuck Jaffe - worthwhile - underpinnings - devise
…balanced approach to investing, writes columnist Chuck Jaffe.
It's worthwhile to consider the reasons to be optimistic about the performance of the stock market, as well as the reasons for pessimism. Those facts will help you devise your own timely, balanced approach to investing, writes columnist Chuck Jaffe.
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Health: Fort Worth Star-Telegram - Lauren Kent - unborn
…Dakota Lee Kent, was the unborn son of Lauren Kent, who was an inmate...
Late last week, we learned of another death in the Collin County jail. This one, Dakota Lee Kent, was the unborn son of Lauren Kent, who was an inmate...
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Health: Taiwan Presidential Office - Moderna COVID-19
…health and geopolitical meaning. The shipment was due to arrive by plane...
TAIPEI, Taiwan — The U.S. is sending 2.5 million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Taiwan, tripling an earlier pledge in a donation with both public health and geopolitical meaning. The shipment was due to arrive by plane...
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Health: Dann Collins Torbert
Dorothy Dann Collins Torbert, a Dallas philanthropist and the widow of the late former Texas congressman Jim Collins,…
Dorothy Dann Collins Torbert, a Dallas philanthropist and the widow of the late former Texas congressman Jim Collins, died June 13 at age 99. Torbert was...
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Health: non-essential - Rainbow Bridge - Niagara Falls
will remain closed to non-essential travel for at…
Canadian officials announced Friday the border with the U.S. will remain closed to non-essential travel for at least another month until more of their own residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Delta
President Biden commented on the Delta…
President Biden commented on the Delta variant and a document from Catholic Bishops that may rebuke him for his support of abortion rights.
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Health: Central Texas - waned - touted
…Texas still report low vaccination rates.
The governor has touted the state's vaccine numbers and declining COVID cases, but parts of Texas still report low vaccination rates. Interest in the vaccine has waned and health experts warn of continued spread unless more in the state are...
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Health: unvaccinated - coronavirus - enduring - normalcy
…those sick and hospitalized today are unvaccinated.
Falling rates of COVID-19 across the U.S. mask the harsh reality that the overwhelming majority of those sick and hospitalized today are unvaccinated.
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African American - specimens - 1918
Williams, an African American couple,…
In 1918, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Williams, an African American couple, entered their six children in a “better babies” contest for Black families. All six...
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Health: Elder-care COVID - Pacific Northwest - updating
We’re updating this page with the latest…
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.
Another week of the state's vaccine (illustration) lottery has passed,. This time, a Yakima resident claimed…Seattletimes
Health: Yakima - Lifetime - drawing
Another week of the state's vaccine lottery has passed,. This time, a Yakima resident claimed…
Another week of the state's vaccine lottery has passed,. This time, a Yakima resident claimed the $250,000 prize, the Washington Lottery announced Thursday. Of the 251 prizes available in Tuesday's Shot of a Lifetime drawing, 116 have been claimed.
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Health: Greg Abbott
…Abbott on Wednesday signed into law a bill that would outlaw abortions in Texas if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns the…
Gov. Greg Abbott on Wednesday signed into law a bill that would outlaw abortions in Texas if the U.S. Supreme Court overturns the 1973 landmark Roe v. Wade...
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Entertainment: Detroit Tigers - ballparks - pandemic - 22-season
As the boys of summer return to full ballparks for the first time since the pandemic, my thoughts return to my childhood…
As the boys of summer return to full ballparks for the first time since the pandemic, my thoughts return to my childhood hero, Al Kaline, “Mr. Tiger,” the...
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Health: tumors - boon - Gates - tackle
Here's how scientists are using the same mRNA…
Fighting COVID-19 proved a boon to cancer research. Here's how scientists are using the same mRNA technology to attack tumors.
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Health: Olympic Games - Associated Press
…Olympics starting in just over a month.
TOKYO — Japan on Thursday announced the easing of a coronavirus state of emergency in Tokyo and six other areas from next week, with new daily cases falling just as the country begins final preparations for the Olympics starting in just over a month.
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Health: Joe Friday - Catholic Bishops
…u00a0announced Friday the U.S.
President Joe Biden\u00a0announced Friday the U.S. has administered 300 million COVID-19 shots, though it's still shy of 70% having one shot by July 4.
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Health: Hilary Scheinuk - Donna Edwards - diminishing
Prizes and giveaways appear to offer diminishing returns as the number of…
Prizes and giveaways appear to offer diminishing returns as the number of persuadable adults gets smaller.
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Health: Sinopharm COVID-19 - war-battered - doses - Kabul
…complete lockdown Thursday because of a massive spike in coronavirus cases among employees.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan ordered a near-complete lockdown Thursday because of a massive spike in coronavirus cases among employees.
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Health: COVID-19 - Washington Times - Greg Groesch - gyms
The airports are filling up, restaurants are packed, gyms are open, and people are heading back to church.
The airports are filling up, restaurants are packed, gyms are open, and people are heading back to church. America is finally being unmasked.
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Health: Lisa Cordasco - provincial
The Ministry of Education and B.C.'s Provincial Health Officer are counting on…
The Ministry of Education and B.C.'s Provincial Health Officer are counting on high vaccination rates to allow students to return to a near normal school…
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Health: Mass General Hospital - experiencing - NESN
…five days after he had to leave the broadcast booth due to experiencing shortness of breath.
Red Sox broadcaster Jerry Remy was discharged from Mass. General Hospital on Wednesday, five days after he had to leave the broadcast booth due to experiencing shortness of breath.
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Health: Jonathan Taylor - Atlanta Braves - Texas Ranger
One is running a training facility. The other is thinking about scouting or coaching.
One is running a training facility. The other is thinking about scouting or coaching. They get together regularly, the former helping to keep the latter in...
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Health: preceding - rethink
This Father’s Day, more than any other preceding it, is an opportunity to rethink our roles as fathers.
This Father’s Day, more than any other preceding it, is an opportunity to rethink our roles as fathers.
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Health: Lori Culbert - differing - Dan Fumano - pandemic
There's differing opinions on how to save their lives.
Drug users are fatally overdosing, due to a toxic supply and pandemic restrictions. There's differing opinions on how to save their lives.
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Health: David Carrigg - Pfizer
Pfizer or Moderna now considered a better second dose for…
Pfizer or Moderna now considered a better second dose for someone who had AstraZeneca as their first shot
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Health: coronavirus - COVID - rollout - Bay State
Zero Massachusetts communities are at high risk for…
Zero Massachusetts communities are at high risk for coronavirus transmission, the third straight week the Bay State has reported no “red zone” cities or towns as COVID cases keep droppi…
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Health: covid-19 - saintlike - unethical - greedy - halo
COVID-19 may have conferred a saintlike halo on some doctors, but as far as the B.C. Government is concerned too many…
COVID-19 may have conferred a saintlike halo on some doctors, but as far as the B.C. Government is concerned too many remain greedy, unethical and ready to ablate part of Canada's soul.
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Health: Seattle Humane Society - precautions - tips
How to keep pets safe in hot weather.
How to keep pets safe in hot weather.
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Health: National Stadium - Kiyoshi Ota - strangely - lifeless
…likely to be strangely lifeless - no pomp and splendor, no revelry after victories and no families...
For the aspiring athletes, the road to this year's Olympics and Paralympics has been long, uncertain and arduous. And the event itself is likely to be strangely lifeless - no pomp and splendor, no revelry after victories and no families...
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Health: CEO Toshiro Muto - Seiko Hashimoto - Shigeru Omi
TOKYO — The safest way to hold the Tokyo Olympics is without…
TOKYO — The safest way to hold the Tokyo Olympics is without any fans, the top medical adviser to the Japanese government said in a report on Friday.
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - Anti-Olympics - Paralympics
…000 people - athletes and others - enter for both events.
Public sentiment in Japan has been generally opposed to holding the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, partly based on fears the coronavirus will spike as almost 100,000 people - athletes and others - enter for both events.
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News: drought - Natural Resources - Marc Sass - rainfalls
…which means fire risks are high.
Wisconsin is seeing drought-like conditions in some areas, which means fire risks are high.
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Health: Wuhan Institute - President Donald Trump - virology
…from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in 2020.
Fears of being “associated with “associated with Trump” kept a scientist from speaking out about a possible lab leak from the Wuhan Institute of Virology in 2020.
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Health: tips
…normal part of growing a garden, at bay.
Brian Minter offers up tips on keeping pests and disease, a normal part of growing a garden, at bay.
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Health: Joe Biden - White House - milestone - Dining Room
…acknowledged the country still has more work to do against the deadly virus.
President Biden on Friday celebrated the U.S. achieving a milestone in the fight against COVID-19 but acknowledged the country still has more work to do against the deadly virus.
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Health: House Nancy Pelosi - Supreme Court - Obama-era
Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday she has no plans to order the removal of metal detectors…
Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Thursday she has no plans to order the removal of metal detectors that were placed by the doors of the House chamber after the U.S. Capitol was attacked over five months earlier.
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Health: Canada Answer - nonessential - Public Safety
and Canada have been extended again.
Restrictions on nonessential travel between the U.S. and Canada have been extended again.
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Health: pandemic-fueled - Puget Sound - Bettina Hansen
…properly distanced events we think...
Summer is right around the corner, and the Puget Sound area is slowly waking up from a pandemic-fueled slumber. To assist you in finding something to spice up your days, here are some virtual or properly distanced events we think...
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Health: Mackenzie Salmon - Tokyo Olympics - Katie Ledecky
…an event she won at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Simone Manuel failed to qualify for the final in the women's 100 freestyle, an event she won at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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Health: Pfizer-BioNTech - Canadian Press - Amy Smart
…BioNTech or Moderna for their second shot…
On June 1, NACI had said AstraZeneca recipients “could” get Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna for their second shot if they wanted, but on Thursday it went further to…
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Health: Sheila Malcolmson - Tiffany Crawford - addictions
…illness,' says Sheila Malcolmson, B.C.'s mental health and addictions minister.
'Eating disorders are the deadliest, yet most misunderstood mental illness,' says Sheila Malcolmson, B.C.'s mental health and addictions minister.
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Health: Dulce Sloan - Roy Wood Jr - Art Streiber - pandemic
Salon talks to Dulce Sloan & Roy Wood Jr. about the challenges of finding comedy in a pandemic year
Salon talks to Dulce Sloan & Roy Wood Jr. about the challenges of finding comedy in a pandemic year
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Health: Easton Teeples - life-saving - 2-year-old - infancy
…with a rare form of kidney failure since infancy, received a life-saving transplant from his father last month.
La Crosse 2-year-old Easton Teeples, who has lived with a rare form of kidney failure since infancy, received a life-saving transplant from his father last month.
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Health: Yakima County NAACP - segregation - Juneteenth
…other commissioners spoke out against the conflation.
Two Yakima County commissioners declined to formally recognize Juneteenth and compared public health recommendations to segregation. The local NAACP chapter and other commissioners spoke out against the conflation.
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Health: Ken Lambert - claimants - verify - glitches
…000 current and former claimants asking them to verify their eligibility.
The state Employment Security Department is sending notices to roughly 105,000 current and former claimants asking them to verify their eligibility.
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Health: COVID-19-related - Jay Inslee - Pend Oreille
…Inslee's 70% vaccination rate threshold, and what does it mean for…
We're not reopening today. But the state's COVID-19-related restrictions will end soon. How long might it take to reach Gov. Jay Inslee's 70% vaccination rate threshold, and what does it mean for herd immunity?
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Health: Capitol Hill - Washington Times
Rep. Thomas Massie snapped at a reporter…
Rep. Thomas Massie snapped at a reporter during a press conference this week after she asked whether he was vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Health: Wisconsin Department - coronavirus - constitutes
…COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of Thursday.
There are 35 cases of the new Delta variant of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of Thursday.
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Health: Putin Sweet - Joe Biden - Washington Times
…with Republicans saying the entire U.S.
President Biden is under fire for giving Russian President Vladimir Putin a list of 16 U.S. critical infrastructure sectors that should be off-limits to cyberattacks, with Republicans saying the entire U.S. should be off-limits.
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Health: Tiffany Crawford - 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: psychologically - unsafe - touching - behavior
Normal toddler behavior like touching and playing became suddenly unsafe.
Normal toddler behavior like touching and playing became suddenly unsafe. Kids suffered psychologically for it
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Health: Central Florida - Evan Schaefer - ride-on - disorder
Engineering students at the University of Central Florida create a custom ride-on car for Evan Schaefer, a boy with a…
Engineering students at the University of Central Florida create a custom ride-on car for Evan Schaefer, a boy with a rare genetic disorder.
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Health: International Federation - weighing - Red Cross
COVID infection rates have surged in Afghanistan by 2,400% over the past month, according to the…
COVID infection rates have surged in Afghanistan by 2,400% over the past month, according to the International Federation of Red Cross.
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Health: Muslim Community - south-side - under-insured
…side immigrant and refugee population during the pandemic.
The Muslim Community and Health Center has been uniquely positioned to care for the south-side immigrant and refugee population during the pandemic.
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Health: Houston Methodist - doses
Moderna announced that the federal government has purchased an…
Moderna announced that the federal government has purchased an additional 200 million doses of vaccine. Live COVID news.
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Health: Anthony Fauci - antiviral - pandemics - devoting
…US embassy in Afghanistan locked down amid case surge. Live COVID-19 updates.
Michigan to lift indoor restrictions and mask requirements, US embassy in Afghanistan locked down amid case surge. Live COVID-19 updates.
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Politics: Common Council President Cavalier Johnson - mired
…u00a0alerted members of Common Council that it had…
The Milwaukee Health Department\u00a0alerted members of Common Council that it had become aware of mismanagement of \
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Health: Anthony Fauci - shutting - shaping - emails - leak
…shutting down talk of whether a lab leak caused COVID.
A 2020 call appears to have played a key role in shaping views of scientists who contributed to shutting down talk of whether a lab leak caused COVID.
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Health: Global Engagement Center - well-developed
…senior Pentagon and military officials told Congress.
The Pentagon’s intelligence agencies plan to release classified information to the public and to allies as part of efforts to counter information threats from China and Russia, senior Pentagon and military officials told Congress.
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Health: COVID - Pratyush Dayal - Zoom - context - integrated
Happening from June 18 to 20, virtually over Zoom, the conference will explore how integrated thinking in the context…
Happening from June 18 to 20, virtually over Zoom, the conference will explore how integrated thinking in the context of COVID-19 can reduce the burden of…
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Health: Reka Gustafson - Canadian Press - Amy Smart
Dr. Reka Gustafson said it’s hard to speculate on the longevity of COVID-19 but public health officials are preparing for a…
Dr. Reka Gustafson said it’s hard to speculate on the longevity of COVID-19 but public health officials are preparing for a shift to more typical communicable…
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Health: Jay Inslee - drawings - Olympia
Washington's military members and veterans are getting a COVID-19 vaccine lottery of their own, Gov.
Washington's military members and veterans are getting a COVID-19 vaccine lottery of their own, Gov. Jay Inslee announced Thursday. The lottery will begin July 20 and includes two drawings for $100,000 and another for $250,000.
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Health: 57-year-old - DIY YouTube - Rob Kenney - thrusting
…Dad, how do I?, went viral in May last year, thrusting the 57-year-old introvert into an overwhelming world of...
Curled up in the fetal position on his bed in Seattle, Rob Kenney was crying out for God. His YouTube channel, Dad, how do I?, went viral in May last year, thrusting the 57-year-old introvert into an overwhelming world of...
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Health: DeSoto Town - Jim Baugh Government
…closed in March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, reopened in a limited capacity Monday, the city announced....
The DeSoto Senior Activity Center, which closed in March 2020 because of the COVID-19 pandemic, reopened in a limited capacity Monday, the city announced....
…has reached a deal to produce a new COVID-19 vaccine (illustration) candidate for U.S. and Canadian markets. James GathanySeattletimes
Health: Jubilant HollisterStier - pharmaceutical
Spokane pharmaceutical manufacturer Jubilant HollisterStier a subsidiary of India's Jubilant Pharma Limited,…
Spokane pharmaceutical manufacturer Jubilant HollisterStier a subsidiary of India's Jubilant Pharma Limited, also has reached a deal to produce a new COVID-19 vaccine candidate for U.S. and Canadian markets.
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Health: American Revolution - Richard Avery - withstood
For nearly three centuries, the Avery-Bennett gallery clock at Old North Church & Historic Site has…
For nearly three centuries, the Avery-Bennett gallery clock at Old North Church & Historic Site has withstood the American Revolution and Civil War and marked the passage of time through the de…
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Health: Infectious Diseases - National Institute
…and other viruses through antiviral medicines.
The Biden administration on Thursday unveiled a $3.2 billion plan to fight COVID-19 and other viruses through antiviral medicines.
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Health: Olympic BMX Course - male-to-female - Chelsea Wolfe
…female transgender athlete has ever competed on the…
No openly male-to-female transgender athlete has ever competed on the women’s side in the Olympics, but Chelsea Wolfe is coming close.
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Health: couch - realization
…grand realization dawned on him in the sim…
As Wellesley athletic director John Brown sat inside his house on the living room couch with his wife Jennifer on an ordinary day less than a month ago, a grand realization dawned on him in the sim…
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Health: virus-related - coronavirus - variant - pandemic
LONDON — The U.K.'s latest surge in coronavirus infections gathered pace Thursday with new confirmed cases rising…
LONDON — The U.K.'s latest surge in coronavirus infections gathered pace Thursday with new confirmed cases rising above 10,000 for the first time in nearly four months as a result of the spread of the more contagious delta variant....
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Health: coronavirus - kathmandu - infections - overwhelmed
…its health minister said Thursday.
KATHMANDU, Nepal — Nepal has significantly reduced coronavirus infections after its worst outbreak, which overwhelmed the country’s medical system, but is in desperate need of vaccines, its health minister said Thursday.
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Health: multimillion-dollar - illustrating - reopenings
While two of the states slammed hardest by the disaster,…
While two of the states slammed hardest by the disaster, California and New York, celebrated their reopenings this week with fireworks and a multimillion-dollar drawing, hospitalizations in parts of Missouri are surging and cases are rising sharply in Texas, illustrating...
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Health: COVID - 791
…data from the state Department of Public Health.
Almost 4,000 people in Massachusetts who are fully vaccinated have tested positive for coronavirus, according to new data from the state Department of Public Health.
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Health: Dallas County - lowered
…COVID-19 threat level to “yellow,” just one step away from the “green” zone that would...
You may have heard the news this week that Dallas County lowered its COVID-19 threat level to “yellow,” just one step away from the “green” zone that would...
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Health: Grand Prairie
The latest victims were a Grand Prairie woman in her 50s, two...
Dallas County reported four more COVID-19 deaths and 112 new coronavirus cases Wednesday. The latest victims were a Grand Prairie woman in her 50s, two...
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Health: OncoNano Medicine - heavily-backed - tumors
When removing cancerous tumors, surgeons now rely on an examination and the bright white lights of the operating room.
When removing cancerous tumors, surgeons now rely on an examination and the bright white lights of the operating room. OncoNano Medicine, a Southlake...
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Health: Washington Times - Greg Groesch - pandemic
Policymakers rightly worry about COVID-19’s negative impacts on women in the workplace, but the pandemic has…
Policymakers rightly worry about COVID-19’s negative impacts on women in the workplace, but the pandemic has accelerated even more threatening consequences for the economy.