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Health: Polina Nikolskaya - Polina Ivanova - Soviet-era
MOSCOW — Transforming the site of what once was a Soviet-era car factory into a state-of-the-art facility churning out…
MOSCOW — Transforming the site of what once was a Soviet-era car factory into a state-of-the-art facility churning out Russia’s COVID-19 vaccine Sputnik V was…
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Health: National Command - Operation Centre - COVID - 517
National Command and Operation Centre reports 2,517 new positive COVID-19 cases in last 24 hours
National Command and Operation Centre reports 2,517 new positive COVID-19 cases in last 24 hours
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Health: Journalism Initiative Reporter - COVID - Brock
York Region residents born in 1981 or earlier are now eligible to register for their COVID-19 vaccinations.
York Region residents born in 1981 or earlier are now eligible to register for their COVID-19 vaccinations.
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Health: Covid - administered - NHS
DID YOU know that a flight attendant has probably administered your Covid-19 vaccine? Cabin crew and other aviation…
DID YOU know that a flight attendant has probably administered your Covid-19 vaccine? Cabin crew and other aviation workers have been delivering the vaccine across the UK for months but some people have recently shown concern with the idea.
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Health: Brandon Pope - Doug Lamborn - House Television
…aide to Doug Lamborn, accuses the Colorado congressman of recklessly endangering his staff.
Brandon Pope, a former aide to Doug Lamborn, accuses the Colorado congressman of recklessly endangering his staff.
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Health: scaling - ingredients
The writer says the challenge is not merely that of scaling up vaccine production facilities, and there is the issue of…
The writer says the challenge is not merely that of scaling up vaccine production facilities, and there is the issue of accessing critical raw materials and ingredients.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Covid - James Ross AAP - Hassan Vally - sealing
If we are going to keep using hotel quarantine as our first line of Covid-19 defence, Australia must tackle airborne…
If we are going to keep using hotel quarantine as our first line of Covid-19 defence, Australia must tackle airborne transmission head on
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Chinese biotech firm Kintor Pharmaceutical Limited 9939.HK saw its stock price jump by more… (FDA)Reuters
Health: late-stage - Hong Kong-listed - enrollment - Kintor
clinical trial of its experimental COVID-19 treatment.
Chinese biotech firm Kintor Pharmaceutical Limited 9939.HK saw its stock price jump by more than 20% the day after it announced on April 25 that it had completed the first patient enrollment and dosing in a late-stage U.S. clinical trial of its experimental COVID-19 treatment.
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Health: Bonnie Henry - Fraser - vancouver - provincial
…blood clot condition linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine.
VANCOUVER -- B.C. has recorded its second case of a rare blood clot condition linked to the AstraZeneca vaccine.
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Health: Tseng-chang - pandemic - spooked - infections - 233
Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang said on Friday that there is…
Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang said on Friday that there is no need to raise the island's COVID-19 alert level for the time being and that compared with last year it has more experience and resources to fight the pandemic.
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Health: mass and catastrophic failure - private-sector
Manitoba’s largest private-sector union is accusing the province and grocery store chains of “mass and catastrophic…
Manitoba’s largest private-sector union is accusing the province and grocery store chains of “mass and catastrophic failure” for poor enforcement of t...
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Health: life-threatening - myriad - Jinx - HBO
…issues' including bladder cancer that is not being treated.
The legal team for Robert Durst, the subject of the HBO crime documentary 'The Jinx,' filed an emergency motion Thursday asking for his murder trial to not resume next week, citing a 'myriad of life-threatening health issues' including bladder cancer that is not being treated.
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Health: 69-year-old - Joy Stokes - indirect - pandemic
…victims of the pandemic is 69-year-old Joy Stokes.
AMONG the many indirect victims of the pandemic is 69-year-old Joy Stokes.
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Health: Vanessa Lee - pandemic - permanent - citing
CTV’s Vanessa Lee has the details.
Greyhound will permanently end all services in Canada effective today, citing the pandemic. CTV’s Vanessa Lee has the details.
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Power has been restored to millions of people in Taiwan (archive) after an equipment… AndrooshThestar
Health: Central News Agency - gradually - taipei
…power plant set off rolling blackouts ac...
TAIPEI, Taiwan — Power has been restored to millions of people in Taiwan after an equipment failure at a power plant set off rolling blackouts ac...
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Health: vaccinations - decimation - occupancy
Read more at straitstimes.com.
The paper says there are public spaces that are vacant, open, and ready for quick occupancy for vaccinations without the wholesale decimation of trees.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
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Health: Executive Secretary - Dr Elijah Ogunsola - COVID-19
…revenue occasioned by the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Ogun State Government on Thursday assured residents of qualitative health care delivery, in spite of the dwindling revenue occasioned by the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Health: British Columbia - COVID - Bonnie Henry - loosening
…making a difference in British Columbia and health officials say a gradual loosening of restrictions is ...
VICTORIA - COVID-19 immunization programs are making a difference in British Columbia and health officials say a gradual loosening of restrictions is ...
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Health: Asia Pacific - caseloads - pandemic - breathtaking
…higher caseloads that have boosted vaccine uptake.
Some fear territories that prioritized safety early in the pandemic may be left behind by rivals with higher caseloads that have boosted vaccine uptake.
Study finds antibodies against Sars-CoV-2 three-and-a-half times higher in people…Theguardian
Health: three-and-a-half - Pfizer-BioNTech - Sars-CoV-2
…half times higher in people vaccinated again…
Study finds antibodies against Sars-CoV-2 three-and-a-half times higher in people vaccinated again after 12 weeks rather than three
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Health: Coronavirus - gender - exposed - vary
…likely to develop a greater measure of fear and...
People who are frequently exposed to Coronavirus related information on social media are likely to develop a greater measure of fear and...
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Health: COVID-ravaged India - Loren Elliott File Photo
…ravaged India will arrive home on Saturday with the up…
The first repatriation flight for Australians from COVID-ravaged India will arrive home on Saturday with the up to 150 citizens and permanent residents heading for two weeks of quarantine in an old mining camp in the remote Northern Territory.
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Health: Prime Minister Boris Johnson - COVID - two-thirds
…agency Public Health England said on Friday.
The rollout of COVID-19 vaccines in England has prevented nearly 12,000 deaths and more than 30,000 hospitalisations in older people, an analysis by government agency Public Health England said on Friday.
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Health: COVID-19 - asymptomatic - vaccinated - HBO
…after the host tested positive for COVID-19.
LOS ANGELES -- A taping of Bill Maher's weekly HBO show was cancelled after the host tested positive for COVID-19.
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Politics: noninvasive - linguists - analyze - robots
BITS ‘N’ PIECESWhat do whales sound like? When it comes…
BITS ‘N’ PIECESWhat do whales sound like? When it comes to sperm whales, they sound kind of like a creaky door hinge — and marine biologist David Gruber and a team at @ProjectCETI are on a mission to find out exactly what those sounds mean...
…for the first time since the start of the pandemic. They're not in Vancouver (archive), though. Michael WhyteCtvnews
Health: pandemic
The Vancouver Canadians are playing ball again, for the first…
The Vancouver Canadians are playing ball again, for the first time since the start of the pandemic. They're not in Vancouver, though.
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Health: coronavirus - pandemic - toshiro - Muto - CEO
The CEO of the organizing committee said settling on the number of…
The CEO of the organizing committee said settling on the number of overseas visitors is one of the most important factors of the planning process.
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Health: refurbished - fundraising - Countess
…hospital refurbished thanks to his fundraising efforts.
SOPHIE, Countess of Wessex, and Prince Edward paid a poignant tribute to the late Captain Sir Tom Moore during a visit to a hospital refurbished thanks to his fundraising efforts.
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Prince Charles - grandson - Queen - dawn
Prince Harry shared his thoughts on parenting, suggesting as his father…
Prince Harry shared his thoughts on parenting, suggesting as his father Prince Charles passed dawn his pain to him
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Health: injections - Covid
…spread of the Indian variant of the disease.
BORIS Johnson is poised to speed up second Covid vaccine injections to millions because of growing fears about the spread of the Indian variant of the disease.
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aspects - symptoms
…aspects of a person's overall health.
GUT health is a complex matter but when it is bad it can impact almost all aspects of a person's overall health.
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Health: Sumitra Badrinathan - WhatsApp - lemon - DELHI
…lemon juice in the nose will cure COVID-19.
NEW DELHI — The man in the WhatsApp video says he has seen it work himself: A few drops of lemon juice in the nose will cure COVID-19.
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Health: milestone - rollout - appointment - 18
…everyone 18 and older will be able to book their appointment.
B.C. is reaching a milestone in its vaccine rollout. By Sunday, everyone 18 and older will be able to book their appointment.
Manitoba’s largest private-sector union is accusing the province and grocery store (illustration) chains…Thestar
Health: mass and catastrophic failure - private-sector
…mass and catastrophic failure” for poor enforcement of t...
Manitoba’s largest private-sector union is accusing the province and grocery store chains of “mass and catastrophic failure” for poor enforcement of t...
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Health: AstraZeneca COVID-19 - rare
B.C. has reported another case of a rare blood clot linked to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
B.C. has reported another case of a rare blood clot linked to the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine.
Health: Yui Mok - Photograph - arose - barely - birth
Judge rules medical staff can use minimum force on woman who has barely left home in four years
Judge rules medical staff can use minimum force on woman who has barely left home in four years
Health: United States - Jairo Mendez - bengaluru - variant
BENGALURU — The number of recorded COVID-19 infections in India climbed…
BENGALURU — The number of recorded COVID-19 infections in India climbed above 24 million on Friday amid reports that the highly transmissible coronavirus…
Health: prioritizing - discrimination
* State governments forced to make decisions on prioritizing
* State governments forced to make decisions on prioritizing
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - mid-February - COVID-19 - vaccines
TOKYO — Japan’s rollout of COVID-19 vaccines began belatedly in mid-February, months behind the United States and…
TOKYO — Japan’s rollout of COVID-19 vaccines began belatedly in mid-February, months behind the United States and many other countries. Officials...
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Health: Eric Vilas-Boas Observer - Photo-illustration
With a wave of delayed 2020 films finally getting their day in the sun, audiences have a lot to see on…
With a wave of delayed 2020 films finally getting their day in the sun, audiences have a lot to see on the big screen in 2021
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Politics: Myanmar - cluster - Yunnan - transmission - Anhui
…health authority said on Friday.
Mainland China reported seven new COVID-19 cases on May 13, including its first local transmissions in more than three weeks, the country's national health authority said on Friday.
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Health: Covid - variant - Okayama
Japan will declare a state of emergency in three more prefectures; Greece launches tourism…
Japan will declare a state of emergency in three more prefectures; Greece launches tourism season; UK shadow health secretary calls for ‘surge vaccinations’ as India variant cases double
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Health: artificial-intelligence - brain-computer - limbs
Researchers used artificial-intelligence software and a brain-computer interface to help a man…
Researchers used artificial-intelligence software and a brain-computer interface to help a man with immobilized limbs to communicate by text.
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Health: Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura - COVID-19
Japan has decided to add three more prefectures hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic to a state of emergency,…
Japan has decided to add three more prefectures hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic to a state of emergency, Economy Minister Yasutoshi Nishimura said on Friday, in a surprise move reflecting ' growing concerns about the virus's spread.
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Health: Lt - Joshua Nimyel Dogonyaro - Buhari extended
…during the Government of late General Sani Abacha, Lt-Gen. Joshua Nimyel Dogonyaro has passed on. He was aged 80.
The former Chief of Defence Staff, CDS, during the Government of late General Sani Abacha, Lt-Gen. Joshua Nimyel Dogonyaro has passed on. He was aged 80.
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Health: Prime Minister Boris Johnson - Phil Noble - Bolton
…Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday.
Britain's government is anxious about the spread of the COVID-19 variant first detected in India and rules nothing out to tackle a sharp rise in cases of it, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Thursday.
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Health: Serum Institute - doses - crippling - widened
…amid a crippling shortage of vaccines
The government on Thursday widened the gap between two doses of Serum Institute of India’s Covidshield vaccine to 12-16 weeks from four to eight, amid a crippling shortage of vaccines
…free after an incredible and rare life-saving surgery (illustration) performed by a Toronto cardiac surgeon. SkeezeCtvnews
Health: life-saving - cardiac - incredible - performed
…performed by a Toronto cardiac surgeon.
An Ontario father is cancer-free after an incredible and rare life-saving surgery performed by a Toronto cardiac surgeon.
Health: physiotherapist - COVID - pandemic - waived
Following a year of repeated exam delays, physiotherapist graduates from…
Following a year of repeated exam delays, physiotherapist graduates from the University of Manitoba want their final test requirement to become licens...
Health: Medical Center - Sydney Glover - Long Island
…rang out on Thursday as New York teenagers began receiving COVID-19 vaccinations.
NEW YORK — A round of applause rang out on Thursday as New York teenagers began receiving COVID-19 vaccinations.
Health: conclusively - coronavirus - conversation
LONDON — The origin of the novel coronavirus is still unclear and there is not yet…
LONDON — The origin of the novel coronavirus is still unclear and there is not yet enough evidence to say conclusively if it occurred naturally or was caused…
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Health: family-friendly - United States - grappling
China and the United States are grappling with falling birth rates…
China and the United States are grappling with falling birth rates but Germany has bucked the trend with a rise in births nine months after its first pandemic lockdown, testimony to recent family-friendly policies and higher migration.
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Health: Serum Institute - intervals - dosage
…Widening of Covishield dosage intervals has been linked…
The present gap between two doses of Covishield, manufactured by the Serum Institute of India, is 6 to 8 weeks.Widening of Covishield dosage intervals has been linked to increased efficacy
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Health: qualifies - outbreak - quietly
care homes in the fall. Now, some are questioning the decision.
Health officials quietly changed what qualifies as an outbreak in B.C. care homes in the fall. Now, some are questioning the decision.
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Crime: generalRead More - Nigeria - Factories - deserted
By Owei Lakemfa One day I shall always remember is May 11, 1981.
By Owei Lakemfa One day I shall always remember is May 11, 1981.
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…expressed her support for a waiver of intellectual property rights on COVID-19 vaccines (illustration) in a… blackstockNationalpost
Health: Representative Katherine Tai - COVID-19 - resubmit
WASHINGTON — U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai on Thursday expressed her support for a waiver of intellectual…
WASHINGTON — U.S. Trade Representative Katherine Tai on Thursday expressed her support for a waiver of intellectual property rights on COVID-19 vaccines in a…
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Health: state-owned - Covaxin - overdue - lauded
Vaccine policy experts lauded the decision as long overdue.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
Vaccine policy experts lauded the decision as long overdue.. Read more at straitstimes.com.
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Health: three-and-a-half - three-week - 12-week - dosing
…half times larger in older people when a second dose is delayed to 12…
Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine generates antibody responses three-and-a-half times larger in older people when a second dose is delayed to 12 weeks after the first, a British study said.
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Health: hospitalised
…least 10 people have been hospitalised with Q fever.
SPAIN is facing another health crisis as at least 10 people have been hospitalised with Q fever.
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Health: catastrophic - coronavirus - plateauing - pandemic
India has been reeling under a catastrophic second wave of the…
India has been reeling under a catastrophic second wave of the coronavirus pandemic.However, a plateauing in daily new Covid cases and a slight decline in positivity rate have been recorded in the country over the past three days
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Health: infractions - pandemic - Quebec - handing
Provinces became more punitive in their…
Provinces became more punitive in their approach to COVID-19 infractions during the second wave of the pandemic, says the Canadian Civil Liberties Association in a report that suggests Quebec and Manitoba were particularly forceful in handing out tickets.
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Health: US - raisers - advising - delicate
The US-China tariff tensions and remote working made negotiations delicate
The US-China tariff tensions and remote working made negotiations delicate
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Health: statistically - Dany Fortin - COVAX - doses
…hit pause on the British vaccine this week,…
Provinces, including Ontario, hit pause on the British vaccine this week, because they have concerns about a statistically extremely small risk those ...
…devastating new variant tearing through the country. Which mutations (illustration) does the India variant have?Express
Health: tearing - Indian Covid - overwhelmed
…with case surges prompted by a devastating…
INDIAN hospitals and health services are currently overwhelmed by a new Covid wave, with case surges prompted by a devastating new variant tearing through the country. Which mutations does the India variant have?
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Trump - EPA Administrator Michael Regan
…effects on their health and safety.
After years of delays during the Trump administration, the EPA released its new climate indicators, which show Americans are already feeling effects on their health and safety.
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Covid - revisit - outbreak - subsidies
…greater safety and care for patients .
With the recent outbreak of Covid-19 in a C class ward and the Health Ministry’s plan to merge subsidies for both C and B2 wards next year, this is a good time to revisit the structure and concept of subsidised care in public hospitals to ensure greater safety and care for patients .
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Health: pandemic-inspired - vanishes - R&B Brewing Co
…disappear into the background of some video conference calls.
VANCOUVER -- A B.C. brewery has debuted a pandemic-inspired beer that can disappear into the background of some video conference calls.
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Health: Babajide Sanwo-Olu - Vice-Chancellor - disenfranchise
…vowing to resist any move to disenfranchise any qualified person…
The Lagos State branch of the Nigerian Medical Association, NMA, and its affiliates on Thursday demanded the application of merit and extant laws in the selection of the Vice-Chancellor of the Lagos State University, LASU, vowing to resist any move to disenfranchise any qualified person including medical doctors with fellowship through lawful and legal means
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Health: dances - cancel - formal
…country are considering whether they can once again hold the formal dances.
A year after the pandemic canceled most proms, school districts around the country are considering whether they can once again hold the formal dances.
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Health: disparaging - livestreamed - Atikamekw - insulting
…didn't deserve to have her life end that way.
The husband of an Indigenous woman who was subjected to disparaging comments from staff as she was dying in a Quebec hospital told a Quebec coroner's inquiry Thursday she didn't deserve to have her life end that way.
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Health: imperceptible - inflict - warts
…damage may show up on the soles of feet.
THE SIGNS of type 2 diabetes can be imperceptible in the beginning because the condition takes time to inflict damage on the body. Eventually, signs of damage may show up on the soles of feet.
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Health: post-presidential - Covid
My journey into the new center of the GOP’s political universe.
My journey into the new center of the GOP’s political universe.
Health: immunization - milestone - inviting - Vaccinated
…this weekend when the province begins inviting all eligible adults to book their appointment.
British Columbia's COVID-19 immunization program will mark another milestone this weekend when the province begins inviting all eligible adults to book their appointment.
Health: reimagining - radical - pair
A pair of twin doctors is trying to end racism in the medical system and calling…
A pair of twin doctors is trying to end racism in the medical system and calling for 'a radical reimagining of how we deliver health care.'
Health: Deena Hinshaw - loopholes - edmonton - indoor
EDMONTON — Alberta has moved to close loopholes people might use as a way to…
EDMONTON — Alberta has moved to close loopholes people might use as a way to avoid wearing masks in public indoor places.
As recently as a week ago, AstraZeneca vaccine (illustration) clinics for anyone aged 55-64 in Newfoundland…Thestar
Health: 55-64 - booked - vaccine - clinics - solid
…Labrador were being booked solid almost as fast as t...
As recently as a week ago, AstraZeneca vaccine clinics for anyone aged 55-64 in Newfoundland and Labrador were being booked solid almost as fast as t...
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Health: Anthony Fauci - Los Angeles Unified School District
…Fauci said Thursday it is OK for fully vaccinated people to take off…
Dr. Anthony Fauci said Thursday it is OK for fully vaccinated people to take off their masks outside unless they are in a “completely crowded” place.
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Health: Northwell Health - Johnson COVID-19 - Staten Island
…vaccinations site in the Staten Island borough of New York.
In this Thursday, April 8, 2021, file photo, a Northwell Health nurse fills a syringe with the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine at a pop up vaccinations site in the Staten Island borough of New York.
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so-called - fatigue
…fatigue and cognitive impairment that can make it difficult to return to normal life, according to a recent study.
Patients diagnosed with post-COVID-19 syndrome, or so-called COVID-19 'long-haulers', may experience symptoms such as mood disorders, fatigue and cognitive impairment that can make it difficult to return to normal life, according to a recent study.
LOS ANGELES – Bill Maher (archive) has tested positive for COVID-19, forcing HBO to scrap Friday’s… David ShankboneNationalpost
Health: conversation
LOS ANGELES – Bill Maher has tested positive for COVID-19, forcing HBO to scrap Friday’s scheduled…
LOS ANGELES – Bill Maher has tested positive for COVID-19, forcing HBO to scrap Friday’s scheduled taping of this week’s episode.
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Health: Pandemic Problems - coronavirus - collide - fists
This week in Pandemic Problems, readers write in regarding families divided on…
This week in Pandemic Problems, readers write in regarding families divided on vaccination opinions
WASHINGTON — The nation’s largest fuel pipeline (illustration) is flowing again after the company that runs it… Trey RatcliffThestar
Health: Eric Tucker - Bussewitz - flowing - cathy
WASHINGTON — The nation’s largest fuel pipeline is flowing again after the company that runs it it was hit by a…
WASHINGTON — The nation’s largest fuel pipeline is flowing again after the company that runs it it was hit by a gang of hackers. But long lines r...
Health: Disease Control - vaccinated - Howard Njoo - doses
…public health officials suggests a different approach would be taken here.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says people fully vaccinated against COVID-19 no longer need to wear masks outdoors and in most indoor settings, but one of Canada's top public health officials suggests a different approach would be taken here.
Health: Rochelle Walensky - Joe Biden - Coney Island
Rochelle Walensky announces relaxation of guidelines: ‘We have longed for this…
Rochelle Walensky announces relaxation of guidelines: ‘We have longed for this moment … get back some sense of normalcy’
Health: AstraZeneca COVID-19 - conversation
TORONTO — The Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick will no longer…
TORONTO — The Canadian provinces of Quebec and New Brunswick will no longer offer first doses of the AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine, but will offer second doses…
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Falcon Lake - 125-acre - extinguish - trailers
…acre wildfire that has destroyed six RV trailers near Falcon Lake in Whiteshell Provincial Park, the pro...
As firefighters struggled to extinguish a 125-acre wildfire that has destroyed six RV trailers near Falcon Lake in Whiteshell Provincial Park, the pro...
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Health: cardiovascular - hypertension - prowess - dietary
…also known as hypertension, can pave the…
HIGH blood pressure, also known as hypertension, can pave the way for cardiovascular problems so it is vital to reverse a high reading. Research has singled out orange juice for its blood pressure-lowering prowess.
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Health: Prince Harry - Sussexes - precise - preparing
…when is their baby girl due to be born?
MEGHAN MARKLE and Prince Harry are preparing to welcome their second child to the world, when is their baby girl due to be born?
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Health: Communications Commission - President Donald Trump
…pay for Americans' broadband bills.
The Federal Communications Commission will begin taking applications for the COVID-19 relief program to help pay for Americans' broadband bills.
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Health: International Olympic Committee - warnings - gift
Despite opposition to the Games from Japan’s public…
Despite opposition to the Games from Japan’s public and warnings from medical authorities, the International Olympic Committee is putting profits ahead of public health. Read more at straitstimes.com.
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Health: discouraging - distancing - San Antonio - markedly
…discouraging people from seeking out the shots.
Fully vaccinated people can ditch their masks and ignore physical distancing both outdoors and indoors in most instances, the Biden administration said Thursday, markedly relaxing its guidance after governors and others complained that excess caution was discouraging people from seeking out the shots.
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Health: pain-relieving - remedies - anti-inflammatory
…relieving benefits can come in many forms,…
CBD’s anti-inflammatory and pain-relieving benefits can come in many forms, so why did we focus on CBD gummies?
Health: brasilia - worrying
BRASILIA — The four most worrying coronavirus variants have been detected in virtually all countries and territories…
BRASILIA — The four most worrying coronavirus variants have been detected in virtually all countries and territories of the Americas, but although they are…