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Health: Southern California - non-COVID-related - urology
…urological infection that spread to his bloodstream, but he is on the mend.
An aide to the former president said Clinton had a urological infection that spread to his bloodstream, but he is on the mend.
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Health: flattening - anguish - uptick - fertility - humming
Mandates have prompted a surge in vaccinations among those who had held out. Some report feeling relief;…
Mandates have prompted a surge in vaccinations among those who had held out. Some report feeling relief; others, anguish and resentment. The uptick in vaccinations has contributed, experts say, to a flattening of the virus curve.
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Health: Miller Family Pediatrics - medications - prescribed
Complaints say he interfered with the care of hospitalized COVID-19 patients, engaged in a threatening public…
Complaints say he interfered with the care of hospitalized COVID-19 patients, engaged in a threatening public campaign against hospitals and doctors, and also prescribed medications without seeing patients.
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Health: right-wing - Donald Trump - craze - Salon
The ivermectin craze is being fueled by medical front groups with ties to right-wing dark money
The ivermectin craze is being fueled by medical front groups with ties to right-wing dark money
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Health: COVID-19 Response Team - breathtaking - mishandling
This epic mishandling of the vaccine mandate for state workers…
This epic mishandling of the vaccine mandate for state workers is classic Gov. Charlie Baker — a toxic combination of overweening arrogance and breathtaking incompetence.
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Health: Johnson COVID-19 - Tufts Medical Center - syringes
…dose for everyone 18 years and older at least two months after their first shot.
An independent FDA panel has unanimously recommended a Johnson & Johnson booster dose for everyone 18 years and older at least two months after their first shot.
…Washington state sought an exception to getting the vaccine (illustration), and was denied and suspended. James GathanySeattletimes
Health: Stefanie Asin - praying - unvaccinated - reinstated
…sold a family car, but now after praying and talking with her husband,...
An example of what's being seen: A nurse in Washington state sought an exception to getting the vaccine, and was denied and suspended. She considered food stamps, sold a family car, but now after praying and talking with her husband,...
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Health: infected - exceed - sustain - toll - wave
…sustained wave of rising infections.
Russia's daily death toll from COVID-19 has exceeded 1000 for the first time as the country faces a sustained wave of rising infections.
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six-week - Due Process - teenagers - stumbled
…abortion without parental consent.
The latest restrictions in Texas that essentially ban abortion past the six-week pregnancy mark have made it nearly impossible for teenagers to get an abortion without parental consent.
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Health: Joe Biden - Pfizer-BioNTech - dose
…booster doses of all three vaccines.
So far, 8.8 million Americans have received a booster dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Here’s everything to know about booster doses of all three vaccines.
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Health: sounding - vaccines - cancels - alarm
Pilots have been sounding the alarm for months.
These cancellations weren't in protest over vaccines, and we didn't leave our customers stranded. Pilots have been sounding the alarm for months.
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Health: nonymity - sepsis
Bill Clinton at age 75 was admitted to the University of…
Bill Clinton at age 75 was admitted to the University of California Irvine Medical Center for a urological infection that turned into sepsis.
A black bear (illustration) that was caught on video snacking on food in stores near Lake Tahoe has been shot and…Seattletimes
Crime: Lake Tahoe - California Department - campsite
…been shot and killed when it refused to leave a California campsite.
A black bear that was caught on video snacking on food in stores near Lake Tahoe has been shot and killed when it refused to leave a California campsite.
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Health: immunization - caveats - proof
Here's what to know.
The vaccination deadline for thousands of workers in Washington is days away. Anyone working in a state agency, health care facility or school setting must show proof of immunization by Monday, but there are some caveats. Here's what to know.
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Health: Mass Communication Specialist - Moderna COVID-19
…pending or approved exemption request on the books.
The U.S. Navy has set up an organization to process the discharges of sailors who refuse to take the COVID-19 vaccine and don’t have a pending or approved exemption request on the books.
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Health: Kathryn Brigham - Scott Hadland - disorders
…can spotlight positive messages.
Pediatricians\u00a0like us\u00a0are caring for more teens than usual with\u00a0depression,\u00a0anxiety and\u00a0eating disorders.\u00a0Facebook can spotlight positive messages.
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Sport: President Bill Clinton - urological - 75-year-old
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Health: experiencing - consecutive
This is the sixth consecutive day that average cases…
This is the sixth consecutive day that average cases have declined in Wisconsin, moving us closer to the numbers we were experiencing one month ago.
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Health: blue-collar - vaccination - machinists - voiced
…voiced loud and angry opposition to the company's newly announced…
Several hundred anti-vaccination protesters, most of them Boeing blue-collar workers, voiced loud and angry opposition to the company's newly announced vaccine mandate Friday outside the machinists union hall in Everett
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Health: Vanessa Bryant - distress - grisly - murals - NBA
County of Los Angeles wants Kobe Bryant'…
County of Los Angeles wants Kobe Bryant's widow and others to prove they suffered distress over sharing of grisly crash scene photos
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Health: North Texas - Human Services - Dallas County
…wake of the most recent COVID-19 surge and...
Employers across North Texas are continuing to navigate how to make their workplaces as safe as possible in the wake of the most recent COVID-19 surge and...
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Health: long-term - work-life - reflects
…workers seek more work-life balance and safety.
The record 4.3 million resignations in August reflects a long-term shift in the labor market as workers seek more work-life balance and safety.
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Health: coronavirus - vaccine
…people who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a new study shows.
A Moderna or Pfizer coronavirus booster shot might work best for people who got the Johnson & Johnson vaccine, a new study shows.
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Health: alerting - intensive
The State Police are alerting that a sick trooper’s family is requesting…
The State Police are alerting that a sick trooper’s family is requesting privacy as the officer battles for his life as he remains in an intensive care unit.
SalonSalon
Health: pandemic - divisiveness - dark - quarantine
Days are darker and the pandemic drags on, but our special relationship with Britain'…
Days are darker and the pandemic drags on, but our special relationship with Britain's baking hit keeps us warm
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Health: pre-order - inviting - vaccination - doses
…19 vaccination campaign for younger children, inviting state officials to pre-order doses starting next week.
U.S. health officials are setting the stage for a national COVID-19 vaccination campaign for younger children, inviting state officials to pre-order doses starting next week.
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Finance: Seattle Police Department - underfunded - daylight
…Police Department is underfunded. It is not compassionate to allow people to live in tented squalor in public spaces.
It is not compassionate to allow young women to get trafficked in broad daylight because the Seattle Police Department is underfunded. It is not compassionate to allow people to live in tented squalor in public spaces.
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Health: the mark of the beast - correlation - infringement
…clergy had encouraged them to get the vaccine and the ones...
A new survey finds the majority of regular U.S. churchgoers have heard little from their clergy about vaccines. But it shows a strong correlation between Americans who said their clergy had encouraged them to get the vaccine and the ones...
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Health: Patrol Trooper Eric Gunderson - train-crash - wasn
Washington State Patrol Trooper Eric Gunderson, known for his…
Washington State Patrol Trooper Eric Gunderson, known for his valuable video footage in the Amtrak train-crash investigation at DuPont, wasn't vaccinated yet when he died of COVID-19, his family said in a statement.
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News: homophobic - Tom Cotton - one-car
…sought to use the moment to push for paid time off...
The transportation secretary took some time off after he and his husband welcomed a baby boy and girl into their family in August. Democrats, calling some GOP criticism homophobic, sought to use the moment to push for paid time off...
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Health: United States - coronavirus - White House - pandemic
International travelers fully vaccinated against the coronavirus who have…
International travelers fully vaccinated against the coronavirus who have been barred from entering the United States during the pandemic will be able to enter the country Nov.
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Health: Yoshiaki Yamanishi - pandemic - gachapon - dispense
Some of the hottest items are replicas of mundane household and office products.
To the list of unlikely winners of the pandemic add Japan’s hundreds of thousands of capsule vending machines. Called gachapon, they dispense toys at random. Some of the hottest items are replicas of mundane household and office products.
With the reopening of the NewHolly branch this week, all 27 branches of Seattle Public Library,…: ArchiveSeattletimes
Health: reopening - NewHolly - pandemic - browsing - patron
…have now reopened for browsing, computer use and patron assistance.
With the reopening of the NewHolly branch this week, all 27 branches of Seattle Public Library, closed for many months during the pandemic, have now reopened for browsing, computer use and patron assistance.
PoliticoPolitico
Health: Senate HELP Committee - coronavirus - McNamee
…poised to make key decisions on coronavirus vaccines and treatments.
If confirmed by the Senate, Califf would take over an agency poised to make key decisions on coronavirus vaccines and treatments.
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Health: coronavirus - wrongly - laboratory
British health officials say an estimated 43,000 people may have been wrongly told they don’t have the coronavirus…
British health officials say an estimated 43,000 people may have been wrongly told they don’t have the coronavirus because of problems at a private laboratory.
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Health: COVID - lapsed
The city's mask ordinance only remained in force as long as the city's COVID-19 health orders were in place.
The city's mask ordinance only remained in force as long as the city's COVID-19 health orders were in place.
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Health: vaccine - prior
A growing number of transplant programs are giving patients…
A growing number of transplant programs are giving patients who refuse to get a vaccine lower priority on waitlist
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Health: 1982 - disabled - drawing - 68
That's the most since 1982.
Social Security payments are set to rise 5.9% in 2022 for 68 million retirees, disabled people and others. That's the most since 1982.
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Security Administration - Pilot Patrick Smith
…u00a0has tested positive for COVID-19.
An Alaska state lawmaker who was banned from Alaska Airlines flights\u00a0has tested positive for COVID-19.
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Health: sickle - Jayne - addiction
…years at the helm of the research center.
Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, is stepping down after 12 years at the helm of the research center.
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Health: Melissa Phillip Houston Chronicle - Discovery Green
…abortion law after a federal appeals court refused to do so.
The Biden Justice Department on Friday announced it is planning to ask the Supreme Court to block Texas’ abortion law after a federal appeals court refused to do so.
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Supreme Court - abortions - flee
Department of Justice sued Texas over the abortion ban in September…
The U.S. Department of Justice sued Texas over the abortion ban in September and could appeal Thursday's decision to the U.S. Supreme Court.
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Health: Friendship Baptist Church - Atlanta Braves
…said Friday that he was doing better and was in good spirits.
ORANGE, Calif. — Bill Clinton will remain hospitalized overnight as he recovers from a urological infection. But a spokesman said Friday that he was doing better and was in good spirits.
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Health: California Irvine - Angel Ureña - treated
…being treated for a non-COVID-related infection.
A spokesman for Bill Clinton says the former president is in a hospital in California being treated for a non-COVID-related infection.
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Health: Johnson COVID-19 - University Hospital - vial
health advisers on Friday tackled who should…
WASHINGTON - U.S. health advisers on Friday tackled who should get boosters of Johnson & Johnson’s single-shot COVID-19 vaccine and when - and whether using a competing brand for the second dose might provide better protection.
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Health: Moderna Covid-19 - David Zalubowski - immunization
…months after initial immunization.
The panel recommended giving the shots at least six months after initial immunization. Its vote is not binding, but the FDA normally follows the recommendations of its advisory committees.
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Health: Amanda Sabga MediaNews Group Boston Herald
…hospitalizations went down slightly.
Massachusetts health officials on Friday reported 1,512 new coronavirus cases, as 12 more people died of COVID-19 as hospitalizations went down slightly.
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Health: Moderna’s COVID - Pacific Northwest - updating
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: Southern California - non-COVID-related
According to the World Health Organization, sepsis kills more than 11 million people in the world each year.
According to the World Health Organization, sepsis kills more than 11 million people in the world each year. Here's how it can happen.
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Health: Janssen Pharmaceuticals - unanimous - advisory
…least two months after a single shot.
In an unanimous vote, a federal advisory committee supported boosters of the J&J vaccine for all adults at least two months after a single shot.
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Health: newcomers - pandemic - COVID - disasters
…haven't always been accessible or safe for all.
The outdoors are everyone, but haven't always been accessible or safe for all. These groups are working to change that for newcomers amid the COVID pandemic.
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Health: Johnson COVID-19 - Joe Biden - vaccine
…Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
An FDA committee is meeting Friday to determine if a second shot is needed for people who first received the Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine.
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Health: European Union - coronavirus - COVID - If EU
…ages 5 to 11 across the European Union.
Pharmaceutical company Pfizer and biotechnology company BioNTech have requested to have their coronavirus vaccine licensed for children ages 5 to 11 across the European Union.
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Health: Los Alamos National Laboratory - birthplace
Scientists and other workers at one of the…
Scientists and other workers at one of the nation’s premier nuclear weapons laboratories face a deadline Friday — be vaccinated or prepare to be fired.
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Health: anti-coronavirus - administrators
…pass to enter their place of employment.
Protests have erupted in Italy as a new anti-coronavirus regulation took effect requiring all workers to show a health pass to enter their place of employment.
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Health: Joseph Catholic - Washington Times - COVID
…ranging multifaith study predicts that 30% of U.S.
A new wide-ranging multifaith study predicts that 30% of U.S. religious congregations will become defunct because of dramatic decreases in attendance over the coming two decades.
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Health: coronavirus - eradicated - influenza - FDA
Follow the latest updates.
Members of an FDA advisory panel are expected to meet\u00a0again Friday to discuss a host of issues surrounding COVID vaccines. Follow the latest updates.
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Health: Stuart Cahill MediaNews Group Boston Herald
Massachusetts Sen.
Massachusetts Sen. Ed Markey is proposing two pieces of legislation that he says would help inmates who are suffering from drug abuse while they’re behind bars and when they’re released…
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Health: Suffering From Dystonia - Internal Paladium
Salon spoke to ethicists and philosophers about…
Salon spoke to ethicists and philosophers about the implications of deep brain stimulation, a novel technology to treat depression
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Health: National Association - Best Practices
…Best Practices Award for the newspaper’s partnership with the staff of...
The Dallas Morning News has received the National Association of Black Journalists’ Best Practices Award for the newspaper’s partnership with the staff of...
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Health: Moderna COVID-19 - Drug Administration - Foxborough
…doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine should be made...
A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel is scheduled Thursday to discuss whether booster doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine should be made...
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Culture: Washington Times - framed - sunset
water systems that may affect clean drinking water in communities nationwide.
The Biden administration is warning the public about cyber threats against U.S. water systems that may affect clean drinking water in communities nationwide.
PoliticoPolitico
Health: DeSantis
“Let's not have Biden come in and effectively take away ...
“Let's not have Biden come in and effectively take away ... the jobs of people who have been working hard,” DeSantis said.
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Health: COVID-19 - pandemic - destination - explore - halt
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, traveling has ground to a halt. But when we can explore again,…
Because of the COVID-19 pandemic, traveling has ground to a halt. But when we can explore again, each state's oldest bar is a worthy destination.
SalonSalon
Health: study of studies - full-fledged - checkups
Full-fledged physicals are mostly unnecessary,…
Full-fledged physicals are mostly unnecessary, but basic checkups have real benefits, a new “study of studies” suggests
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Health: Johnson COVID-19 - Drug Administration - Bay Shore
Food and Drug Administration advisory panel will weigh on Friday…
A U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory panel will weigh on Friday the safety and effectiveness of Johnson & Johnson’s COVID-19 booster shot. The...
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Health: Drug Administration - asteroid - Apple Watch Series
The FDA will vote on J&J booster shots, a giant asteroid is expected…
The FDA will vote on J&J booster shots, a giant asteroid is expected to pass by Earth and more news to start your Friday.
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Health: socioeconomic - sherry - Boyd - collect - compounded
…even before COVID-19 arrived.
By many measures, Dallas County can be an unhealthy place, even before COVID-19 arrived. In one measure related to the length of life — potential years...
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Health: Shark Valley Visitor Center - COVID
…DeSantis vowed Thursday to go to court to…
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis vowed Thursday to go to court to fight any vaccine mandates from the federal government.
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Health: Melissa Phillip Houston Chronicle - Discovery Green
Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday…
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Thursday night that Texas’ fetal heartbeat law banning abortions in the state as early as six weeks can remain in effect while President Biden’s Justice Department challenges its legality.
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Health: coronavirus - mounting - strain - tolls
…severe strain on the country’s health care system.
Russia’s daily tolls of coronavirus infections and deaths have surged to another record in a quickly mounting figure that has put a severe strain on the country’s health care system.
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Health: United States - prior
…Security Department reported Thursday.
People seeking unemployment claims increased last week compared to the prior week, the Washington Employment Security Department reported Thursday.
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Health: Reynolds West - New York - High School - Edward
…posted Thursday evening on Twitter.
Former President Bill Clinton has been hospitalized, his spokesman posted Thursday evening on Twitter.
Health: Downtown Seattle Association - ignoring
…isn't the only thing keeping employees from returning to the office.
The pandemic isn't the only thing keeping employees from returning to the office. Ignoring downtown's trouble will hurt all of Seattle.
Health: Massachusetts Correctional Institute - Jim Michaud
…over his vaccine mandate, made their own case by seeking a preliminary injunction.
Correction officers, following in the lead of state police who unsuccessfully sued the Baker administration over his vaccine mandate, made their own case by seeking a preliminary injunction.
Health: Wisconsin Hospital Association - intensive - 296
The seven-day average is at 2,296 cases, up 628 cases from one month ago.
The seven-day average is at 2,296 cases, up 628 cases from one month ago. The seven-day average was as high as 2,940 cases on Sept. 20.
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Health: reconnect - wondering - CDC - authorized
…reconnect with loved ones in the states.
Travelers who have been vaccinated by drugs not yet approved by the WHO are left wondering when they’ll get a chance to reconnect with loved ones in the states.
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Health: lower-dose - half-dose - debates
…dose of the vaccine already given.
The Moderna COVID-19 booster shot will be a half-dose of the vaccine already given. Data showed it was safe and as effective at the lower dose.
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Health: infecting - SARS-CoV- - coronaviruses - Laotian
…features can indeed evolve outside of a lab.
Coronaviruses discovered in Laotian bats are surprisingly adept at infecting human cells, showing that such deadly features can indeed evolve outside of a lab.
COVID
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Health: Beacon Street - John Tlumacki - Boston Globe
Statistics find that the political divide in vaccine acceptance shows little sign of abating
Statistics find that the political divide in vaccine acceptance shows little sign of abating
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COVID - ticked
Massachusetts health officials on Thursday reported 1,560 new coronavirus cases,…
Massachusetts health officials on Thursday reported 1,560 new coronavirus cases, as 14 more people died of COVID-19 and hospitalizations ticked up.
Health: notifying - alerting - Wisconsin-Madison's - proximity
The Wisconsin State Legislature has adopted a policy of notifying only people…
The Wisconsin State Legislature has adopted a policy of notifying only people who were in close proximity to the infected.
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Health: Public Affairs Research - Pearson Institute - logos
We know that therapy works very well in many situations.
We know that therapy works very well in many situations. We also know that teens are spending an astounding nine hours a day on screens. Can we bring the...
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Health: Catholic News - Timothy Broglio - archdiocese
…reversing his previous position.
The top chaplain of the Archdiocese for the Military Services has declared that Catholic troops may refuse to be vaccinated on the grounds of conscientious objection, reversing his previous position.
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Health: Caroline Brehman-Pool - Angel Urea - spokesperson
…and staff providing him with excellent care.”
Spokesperson Angel Urea said Clinton “is on the mend, in good spirits and is incredibly thankful to the doctors, nurses, and staff providing him with excellent care.”
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Health: all-time - sanitary - nasty
Multiple city workers on Mass and Cass have ended up in the hospital in recent weeks with a nasty stomach bug as sanitary…
Multiple city workers on Mass and Cass have ended up in the hospital in recent weeks with a nasty stomach bug as sanitary conditions in Methadone Mile reach an all-time low, the workers’ unio…
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Health: Drug Administration - The FDA
Members of an independent Food and Drug Administration panel have voted unanimously to recommend…
Members of an independent Food and Drug Administration panel have voted unanimously to recommend authorization of Moderna’s coronavirus booster shot after hours of discussion and debate.
PoliticoPolitico
Politics: Melissa Phillip Houston Chronicle - Senate Bill
Circuit Court of Appeals extends a previous order that for now keeps in place the Texas law known as Senate Bill 8.
The new decision by the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals extends a previous order that for now keeps in place the Texas law known as Senate Bill 8.
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Health: Battle Creek - Kellogg - cereal - Michigan
Labor advocates are calling the nationwide show of union power and worker solidarity Striketober
Labor advocates are calling the nationwide show of union power and worker solidarity Striketober
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Health: White House - undercutting - trumped-up - feds
The White House told the governors of Florida and Texas to stop undercutting the feds by allowing citizens to exercise free choice.
The White House told the governors of Florida and Texas to stop undercutting the feds by allowing citizens to exercise free choice.
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Abby Photo - Andrews McMeel Syndication - mid-30s
Dear Abby: I’m a woman in my mid-30s without much family. I’m an only child and have no relationship with my father.
Dear Abby: I’m a woman in my mid-30s without much family. I’m an only child and have no relationship with my father. The relationship I have with my mother is extremely toxic. I have su…