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Health: non-white - President Biden - Sinsinawa Mound
…provide loan forgiveness to non-White farmers and ranchers.
The Biden administration took another hit Wednesday when a federal judge in Florida granted a preliminary injunction against the Agriculture Department’s program to provide loan forgiveness to non-White farmers and ranchers.
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Health: COVID - Safe Travels - website - upload - masks
…vaccination card to Hawaii's Safe Travels website and bring a hard copy.
Travelers will have to upload their vaccination card to Hawaii's Safe Travels website and bring a hard copy.
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Health: Nathan Griffiths - vaccinated - outbreak - isolated
A recent outbreak of COVID-19 cases in B.C.’s Interior drew attention to the threat of isolated COVID hot spots,…
A recent outbreak of COVID-19 cases in B.C.’s Interior drew attention to the threat of isolated COVID hot spots, even as overall vaccination rates in the…
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Health: vaccinated - 187-foot - CDC
…41% are wearing masks as often as they did before new CDC guidance in May, according to a new poll.
Of those Americans vaccinated against COVID-19, 41% are wearing masks as often as they did before new CDC guidance in May, according to a new poll.
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Health: stolen during the Civil War - cache - unsealed
An FBI agent applied for a federal warrant in 2018 to seize a fabled cache of U.S. government gold he said was “…
An FBI agent applied for a federal warrant in 2018 to seize a fabled cache of U.S. government gold he said was “stolen during the Civil War” and hidden in a Pennsylvania cave, saying th…
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Health: Boston Common Frog Pond - Kim Janey - coronavirus
The Boston Common Frog Pond spray pool will reopen on Thursday, a rite of summer for children that will resume for…
The Boston Common Frog Pond spray pool will reopen on Thursday, a rite of summer for children that will resume for the first time since 2019.
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Health: Supreme Court - Greg Groesch - Illustration
While my life is praised and protected, the lives of unborn infants are not protected under the law until “viability,”…
While my life is praised and protected, the lives of unborn infants are not protected under the law until “viability,” which is a standard set in 1973 when the U.S. Supreme Court decided Roe v. Wade.
Eating a milk chocolate (illustration) bar right after waking up may help burn body fat, decrease blood sugar…Bostonherald
Health: waking - decrease - sweet - weight
…study of postmenopausal women shows.
Eating a milk chocolate bar right after waking up may help burn body fat, decrease blood sugar levels and won’t cause weight gain, a new study of postmenopausal women shows.
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Health: Houston Methodist - spokesperson - compliance
…according to a hospital spokesperson.
Over 150 employees at a Houston hospital system who refused to get a COVID vaccine have been fired or resigned, according to a hospital spokesperson.
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Health: Black Wisconsinites - COVID - Darren Rausch - dose
…dose while 22.5% are fully vaccinated.
The state Department of Health Services reported 26.1% of Black Wisconsinites have received one dose while 22.5% are fully vaccinated.
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Health: Methodist Health System - Francis Basebang - COVID
Francis Basebang jumped at the chance to help organize a pop-up clinic for COVID-19 vaccinations at…
Francis Basebang jumped at the chance to help organize a pop-up clinic for COVID-19 vaccinations at his Dallas parish. The nurse practitioner worried that...
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Health: Tiffany Crawford - David Carrigg - coronavirus
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
Here's your daily update with everything you need to know on the novel coronavirus situation in B.C.
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Health: cervical - collaboration
Ciara says 'it's time to change the narrative' around Black women's health by being part of the #CervingConfidence…
Ciara says 'it's time to change the narrative' around Black women's health by being part of the #CervingConfidence campaign about cervical cancer.
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Health: Washington Times - Tokyo Olympics - coronavirus
…Japan’s Emperor Naruhito is uneasy about the games continuing with the possibility of COVID-19 infections rising.
With the Tokyo Olympics less than a month away, Japan’s Emperor Naruhito is uneasy about the games continuing with the possibility of COVID-19 infections rising.
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Health: Bloodworks Northwest - drop-off - trauma - pop-up
Bloodworks Northwest say there's an urgent need for blood donors with a supplies of blood for hospitals and trauma…
Bloodworks Northwest say there's an urgent need for blood donors with a supplies of blood for hospitals and trauma centers in Washington and Oregon at emergency levels after a drop-off in donations since the spring.
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Health: COVID - in-person - administrators - stimulus
MPS leaders are pushing vaccinations and…
MPS leaders are pushing vaccinations and extended learning opportunities to get students back in school.
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Health: Pfizer Covid-19 - mass-vaccination - pericarditis
…Moderna shots and cases of myocarditis and pericarditis in vaccine recipients.
A CDC safety panel has determined there is a likely association between the Pfizer and Moderna shots and cases of myocarditis and pericarditis in vaccine recipients.
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Health: Margot Perot - translates - rendering
Expectant parents increasingly want a hotel-like experience from their hospital stay.
Expectant parents increasingly want a hotel-like experience from their hospital stay. In today’s world, that translates into labor, delivery and recovery...
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Health: COVID - coronavirus - Ojeda - survived - fallen
As more people recover from the coronavirus some might struggle with why they survived and others didn't.
As more people recover from the coronavirus some might struggle with why they survived and others didn't.
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Health: AMR Corp - Gianna Horton - granddaughter - FOXG1
Former AMR Corp. and American Airlnes CEO Tom Horton is now putting his energy into raising awareness for a rare genetic…
Former AMR Corp. and American Airlnes CEO Tom Horton is now putting his energy into raising awareness for a rare genetic disorder called FOXG1 syndrome...
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Health: cash-prize - Washingtonians - Marissa - Inslee
In the state's lottery for vaccinated Washingtonians, a nursing student from Spokane won this week's big prize.
In the state's lottery for vaccinated Washingtonians, a nursing student from Spokane won this week's big prize.
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Health: Drug Administration
More than 80,000 Mass General Brigham employees will be required to be vaccinated…
More than 80,000 Mass General Brigham employees will be required to be vaccinated against coronavirus once one of the three shots gains approval from the Food and Drug Administration, the healthcar…
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Health: swelling - amyloid - verify - FDA - debated - beta
The new $56,000 Alzheimer's drug likely will cost more because of tests to verify amyloid beta in patients' brains and…
The new $56,000 Alzheimer's drug likely will cost more because of tests to verify amyloid beta in patients' brains and monitoring of brain swelling.
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Health: methamphetamine - unpredictable - depressant
The drug supply is so messy and unpredictable that people overdosing have…
The drug supply is so messy and unpredictable that people overdosing have multiple drugs in their system: dangerous cocktails of fentanyl, a depressant, and stimulants like cocaine and methamphetamine.
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Health: COVID - inflammation - overriding - teenagers
…mostly in teens and young adults. But they and others stressed the overriding benefit of the vaccines.
Federal officials plan to strengthen cautions about a rare side effect of some COVID-19 vaccines — chest pain and heart inflammation, mostly in teens and young adults. But they and others stressed the overriding benefit of the vaccines.
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Health: cardiovascular - dilation - Pharmacy - steam
When a reader reports lower blood pressure after a steam, the People’s Pharmacy columnists explain:…
When a reader reports lower blood pressure after a steam, the People’s Pharmacy columnists explain: Research indicates that heat therapy helps lower blood pressure and improves blood vessel dilation — and, per a recent study, regular sauna users are at...
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Health: Washington COVID - threshold - variants - COVID-19
…but public health officials warn that now is not the time to ease up on caution ” especially with new variants in the mix.
Washington is nearing the vaccination threshold to reopen early, but public health officials warn that now is not the time to ease up on caution ” especially with new variants in the mix.
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Health: Hynes Convention Center - Alessandro Cavaliere
Health officials report fewer than 100 COVID patients are in hospitals across the state.
Health officials report fewer than 100 COVID patients are in hospitals across the state. That’s the lowest count Massachusetts has seen since the start of the coronavirus pandemic.
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Health: pandemic - Crawford - tiffany
A plan for post-pandemic recovery is expected to be released this fall.
A plan for post-pandemic recovery is expected to be released this fall.
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Health: seven-day - Wisconsin - 302 - sits
…rate declined to new lows in Wisconsin.
Data from the state Department of Health Services shows average COVID-19 cases and positivity rate declined to new lows in Wisconsin.
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Seattle Times - book-browsing - Ken Lambert
…open for residents to cool off this week.
More than Seattle library branches with air conditioning will be open for residents to cool off this week. But the spaces will still be restricted to 50% capacity.
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Health: Bonnie Henry - Cheryl Chan - provincial - newly
…recoveries and more.
Provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry will give the latest figures on newly confirmed cases, deaths, recoveries and more.
As Seattle (archive) LGBTQ organizations put finishing touches on plans for Pride weekend festivities,… Seattle Municipal ArchivesSeattletimes
Health: Seattle LGBTQ - attendees - in-person - transgender
…event's decision to charge white attendees reparations fees.
As Seattle LGBTQ organizations put finishing touches on plans for Pride weekend festivities, one Capitol Hill group is receiving swift backlash for complaining about another event's decision to charge white attendees reparations fees.
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Health: Chancellor Angela Merkel - European Council
…first detected in India and is becoming dominant in Western nations.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel told the European Union to remain wary of the coronavirus in the face of an aggressive delta variant that was first detected in India and is becoming dominant in Western nations.
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Health: Shotgun Ceremonies - Bronwen Stevenson - Vegas
…Square business of 10 years, a Vegas-style wedding venue named Shotgun Ceremonies.
When the coronavirus pandemic closed down Washington state last spring, Bronwen Stevenson shuttered her Pioneer Square business of 10 years, a Vegas-style wedding venue named Shotgun Ceremonies.
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Health: shrinking - circles - sooner
…survey shows that the pandemic isn't fully to blame.
Many of us have recently found our social circles to be shrinking, but a new survey shows that the pandemic isn't fully to blame.
…makeshift kite (illustration) he was flying collided with high-energy transmission lines and shocked him. Vlad and Marina ButskySeattletimes
Health: Battalion Chief Brad Richard - high-energy - collided
…transmission lines and shocked him.
A man was injured in Bremerton after a makeshift kite he was flying collided with high-energy transmission lines and shocked him.
Paragon grew up in Fort Collins (archive) before moving to Los Angeles and finding fame as Jambi the Genie… City communicationsUsatoday
Health: Pee-wee Herman - Fort Collins - Los Angeles
…Herman's popular kids show.
Paragon grew up in Fort Collins before moving to Los Angeles and finding fame as Jambi the Genie on Pee-wee Herman's popular kids show.
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Health: Pacific Northwest - updating - pandemic
We’re updating this page with the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the Seattle area,…
We’re updating this page with the latest news about the COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the Seattle area, the Pacific Northwest and the world, including stats about the spread of the coronavirus in Washington state.
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Health: David Carrigg - coronavirus - Scott Brown
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: Supreme Court - Alex Brandon - The Biden
Pressure is building on Biden to address the law's underlying problems now that it has survived the latest Supreme Court challenge.
Pressure is building on Biden to address the law's underlying problems now that it has survived the latest Supreme Court challenge.
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Health: Independence Day - Frank Markel - Civil War-era
Frank Markel has\u00a0been shooting off the cannons to celebrate Independence Day for more than 40 years.
Frank Markel has\u00a0been shooting off the cannons to celebrate Independence Day for more than 40 years.
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Health: pandemic - looming - permanent
Lawsuit's claim: Indiana law requires the state to pay out federal unemployment benefits to its residents.
Lawsuit's claim: Indiana law requires the state to pay out federal unemployment benefits to its residents.
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Health: Washington Times - Linas Garsys - Houston Methodist
According to reports this week, more than 150 workers either resigned or got fired from the Houston Methodist hospital…
According to reports this week, more than 150 workers either resigned or got fired from the Houston Methodist hospital system after refusing to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - Winter Olympian - USA TODAY Sports
Lindsey Vonn said that, even as a retired Winter Olympian, she's \
Lindsey Vonn said that, even as a retired Winter Olympian, she's \
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Health: Olympic Game Cycling BMX - Ariake Urban Sports Park
A transgender athlete who will represent the U.S. at the upcoming Olympics has threatened to burn the American flag on the medal stand.
A transgender athlete who will represent the U.S. at the upcoming Olympics has threatened to burn the American flag on the medal stand.
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Health: United Kingdom - mutations - latching - coronavirus
…the variant is now responsible for 90% of all new infections.
Experts say the delta variant spreads more easily because of mutations that make it better at latching onto cells in our bodies. In the United Kingdom, the variant is now responsible for 90% of all new infections.
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Health: Cathedral Guadalupe - Dallas Morning - pandemic
…emerge from a pandemic, we are in need of civic institutions...
In an era when trust in public institutions has seemingly collapsed everywhere and when, as we emerge from a pandemic, we are in need of civic institutions...
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Health: first-dose - Canadian Press - hovering - eligible
First-dose vaccine numbers in B.C. have risen to above 75% of the…
First-dose vaccine numbers in B.C. have risen to above 75% of the eligible population, with second-shot totals hovering near 25%.
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Health: Nanoscope Therapeutics - Bedford - year-long
…proceed with human trials in the U.S. Bedford-based Nanoscope Therapeutics said Tuesday that its...
A gene therapy designed to restore sight can now proceed with human trials in the U.S. Bedford-based Nanoscope Therapeutics said Tuesday that its...
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Health: Plain-Named Maladies - clue
The clue occurred in the category for “Plain-Named Maladies”
The clue occurred in the category for “Plain-Named Maladies”
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Health: coronavirus - vaccines - treatments
A roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19.
A roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19.
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rachna - Singh - discrimination
Rachna Singh said the incident is further proof of why it’s so important to oppose racism and discrimination
Rachna Singh said the incident is further proof of why it’s so important to oppose racism and discrimination
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Health: expiring - Shawnee - denise
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday extended the eviction moratorium for another 30 days.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Thursday extended the eviction moratorium for another 30 days.
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Health: leafblowers - checkout - motorcycles - clerks
…Canada let international medical graduates work?
Why ban noisy leafblowers but not motorcycles? Why do we need checkout clerks? Why won't Canada let international medical graduates work?
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Health: Biostatistics Director Sylva Collins - Aduhelm
…making it the first new Alzheimer’s therapy…
FDA gave the drug conditional approval earlier this month, making it the first new Alzheimer’s therapy approved in nearly 20 years.
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Health: Integrated Physics - Daysha Cojulum - Adali Arriaza
…particularly after the scramble caused by the…
Broadband access is a hot policy topic right now, particularly after the scramble caused by the closing of schools and offices during the pandemic. We...
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Health: underscore - pop-up - Auburn COVID-1 - toured
…Inslee toured a pop-up clinic in Auburn on…
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee toured a pop-up clinic in Auburn on Tuesday to underscore the need to vaccinate residents in the face of a recent slowdown. The state will reopen when Washington reaches a 70% vaccination rate.
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Health: Mayo Clinic - wooziness - neurologist - testicular
…after it conquered testicular cancer.
It looked like MS. But a Mayo Clinic neurologist determined that Eric Walters's immune system was attacking him, after it conquered testicular cancer.
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Health: vaccine-related - New York - COVID - vaccinations
…since the United States'\u00a0COVID-19 outbreak began.
The FDA's Dr. Peter Marks has played a key role in nearly every major vaccine-related decision since the United States'\u00a0COVID-19 outbreak began.
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Health: Lisa Cordasco - milestone - dose
…with more than a million residents who have received their second dose of COVID-19.
B.C. reached a vaccine milestone on Tuesday, with more than a million residents who have received their second dose of COVID-19.
COVID-19 is a disease that mainly attacks the lungs (illustration), but also has bewildering mental effects.Seattletimes
Health: Long COVID - National Institutes - neurologist
COVID-19 is a disease that mainly attacks the lungs, but also has bewildering mental…
COVID-19 is a disease that mainly attacks the lungs, but also has bewildering mental effects. Patients often experience neurological problems including headaches, delirium, brain fog, dizziness, fatigue, and loss of the sense of smell.
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Health: International Osteoporosis Foundation - fracture
…according to the International Osteoporosis Foundation.
Worldwide, 1 in 3 women over age 50 will experience a bone fracture due to osteoporosis, according to the International Osteoporosis Foundation. But it’s not just women, as 1 in 5 men over ag…
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - celebrations - crowds
…delivering the latest check on an event that’s usually marked by crowds and celebrations.
Olympics organizers said Wednesday they will ban alcohol at the Summer Games in Tokyo, delivering the latest check on an event that’s usually marked by crowds and celebrations.
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Health: White House COVID - William Hanage - coronavirus
with stunning speed. Poorly vaccinated regions are…
The delta variant, which is much more transmissible and causes more severe illness than previous versions of the coronavirus, is taking over the U.S. with stunning speed. Poorly vaccinated regions are at real risk, officials warned.
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Culture: Iowa Prize - Nonfiction - essay
‘The Collection Plate,’ is due out July 6.
‘The Collection Plate,’ is due out July 6.
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Health: butcher - greedy - swine - sacred
What kind of argument is it to suggest doctors are…
What kind of argument is it to suggest doctors are greedy swine trying to butcher the country's sacred cow?
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Health: coronavirus - Buryatia
The lockdown will take effect Sunday and last for two weeks, during which only...
MOSCOW — Buryatia, a republic in Siberia, on Wednesday became the first Russian region to announce a lockdown because of a surge in coronavirus infections. The lockdown will take effect Sunday and last for two weeks, during which only...
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Health: Central American - President Joe Biden - Guatemala
With Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to Guatemala and Mexico and Secretary of…
With Vice President Kamala Harris’ visit to Guatemala and Mexico and Secretary of State Antony Blinken’s meetings in Costa Rica with his Central American...
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Health: Oriental Theatre - re-opening - Fox-Bay - Showtime
What we know about re-opening plans for Showtime Cinema, Times Cinema, Rosebud Cinema,…
What we know about re-opening plans for Showtime Cinema, Times Cinema, Rosebud Cinema, Oriental Theatre and Fox-Bay Cinema Grill.
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Health: Michelle Cyca - captivating - thriller - unravels
Michael Lapointe's captivating, cynical thriller unravels the dark secrets behind a supposed medical miracle.
Michael Lapointe's captivating, cynical thriller unravels the dark secrets behind a supposed medical miracle.
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Biden - naming - curb
The Biden admin has a chance to help curb drug costs in naming a new patent office director, some experts say
The Biden admin has a chance to help curb drug costs in naming a new patent office director, some experts say
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Health: COVID-19 Vaccinations - underserved - communities
The site opened earlier this year with the goal of bringing the vaccine closer to the county’s underserved communities.
The site opened earlier this year with the goal of bringing the vaccine closer to the county’s underserved communities.
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Health: immunosuppressed - Seville Cathedral - coronavirus
alone) or for those who lost loved ones, there's no end in...
For those who have denied the coronavirus' threat, the pandemic was over before it started. Meanwhile, for those who are immunosuppressed, (some 12 million people in the U.S. alone) or for those who lost loved ones, there's no end in...
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Health: David Zalubowski - Associated Press - empowered
Americans are ditching their jobs by the millions, and retail is…
Americans are ditching their jobs by the millions, and retail is leading the way with the largest increase in resignations of any sector. Retail workers are drained from the pandemic and empowered by a strengthening job market.
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Health: Christopher Whaley - high-risk - pandemic - inflame
Our findings show why gatherings with people we know might not be as low risk as perceived.
Our findings show why gatherings with people we know might not be as low risk as perceived. They can still inflame the pandemic in high-risk areas.
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Larissa Zimberoff - Technically Food - overlap
…Larissa Zimberoff explores the overlap…
In her new book Technically Food, Larissa Zimberoff explores the overlap between technology and your daily diet
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Health: coronavirus-related - President Donald Trump
…related medical and economic damages. Crenshaw...
Rep. Dan Crenshaw, R-Houston, is reviving his 2020 bill that would let Americans sue China for coronavirus-related medical and economic damages. Crenshaw...
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Health: Jeopardy Not - Mike Richards - orthostatic
…postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome voiced concerns with the clue on social media.
Some 'Jeopardy!' viewers who are familiar with postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome voiced concerns with the clue on social media.
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Health: Maine Grains - all-purpose - 50-50 - supermarket
Consumers spent roughly 100% more on flour in March and…
Consumers spent roughly 100% more on flour in March and April 2020 than the previous year
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Health: North America - Yellow Brick - four-year
…Farewell Yellow Brick Road: The Final Tour in North America and Europe.
Elton John will perform at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro on July 28, as part of his epic, four-year Farewell Yellow Brick Road: The Final Tour in North America and Europe.
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Health: Pfizer COVID-19 - Disease Control - inflammation
…19 vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna.
An advisory panel at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention will meet Wednesday to discuss rare instances of heart inflammation among young persons who received the COVID-19 vaccines from Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna.
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Health: Houston Methodist Baytown - COVID - yi-chin - honk
More than 150 employees at a Houston hospital system…
More than 150 employees at a Houston hospital system who refused to get a COVID-19 vaccine have been fired or resigned after a judge dismissed an employee...
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inability - watched
…canceled due to the company’s inability to staff.
Father’s Day weekend turned frustrating for some American Airlines passengers who watched their flights get canceled due to the company’s inability to staff.
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Health: Arizona Republican - Arizona COVID-19 - preempting
…that has long championed local control.
State lawmakers are preempting the ability of city leaders to enforce their own regulations. The moves represent a sharp ideological shift for a party that has long championed local control.
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Health: seven-day - 69 - 24
…average of 69, the lowest mark since March 24, 2020.
The state Department of Health Services reported a seven-day average of 69, the lowest mark since March 24, 2020.
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Health: Rochelle Walensky - Susan Walsh - loosening
…prevent infection rates from spiking.
The CDC faces its biggest test yet: loosening its public safety guidance as the pandemic recedes, while simultaneously trying to prevent infection rates from spiking.
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Health: Bonnie Henry - David Carrigg - provincial - efficacy
…and there are additional studies being done in children down to six months of age, says provincial health officer Dr.
We know that there has been studies done looking at safety and efficacy in children down to age 12, and there are additional studies being done in children down to six months of age, says provincial health officer Dr. Bonnie Henry
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Catholic Church - Joe Biden - communion - Salon
The Catholic Church voted to deny Biden communion over his stance on abortion and Megan McCain had some thoughts
The Catholic Church voted to deny Biden communion over his stance on abortion and Megan McCain had some thoughts
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Health: Aviation Administration - normalcy - pandemic
airlines attempt to return to normalcy…
The wave of air rage has reached unprecedented levels as U.S. airlines attempt to return to normalcy while the pandemic subsides, according to data...
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Health: COVID - myWalgreens Cash - outlines
Walgreens will give away $25 in myWalgreens Cash rewards or gift cards to new recipients of COVID vaccines.
Walgreens will give away $25 in myWalgreens Cash rewards or gift cards to new recipients of COVID vaccines.
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Health: COVID - North Texas - 106 - strain
Dallas County reported two more COVID-19 deaths and 106 new coronavirus cases Monday as concerns increase that a new…
Dallas County reported two more COVID-19 deaths and 106 new coronavirus cases Monday as concerns increase that a new variant of the virus could become the...
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Health: dose - 935
935,401 British Columbians have now received a second dose.
935,401 British Columbians have now received a second dose.
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — An Ohio resident on a backpacking trip at the Grand Canyon (archive) has died…Seattletimes
Health: heat-related - Michelle Meder - backpacking
…park officials said Monday. Michelle Meder, 53, was among a group...
FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — An Ohio resident on a backpacking trip at the Grand Canyon has died of suspected heat-related illness amid a heat wave in the U.S. West, park officials said Monday. Michelle Meder, 53, was among a group...
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Health: Vedha Vaddaraju - High Mesa Drive - Iris Lai
Early on in the pandemic, best friends Iris Lai and Vedha Vaddaraju wanted to do…
Early on in the pandemic, best friends Iris Lai and Vedha Vaddaraju wanted to do something to help brighten the days of people who were struggling. The...
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Health: Atlanta-based Centers - Disease Control - elevated
…COVID-19 variant as a “variant of concern.” First detected in India, the delta variant has become dominant in Britain.
Last week, the Atlanta-based Centers for Disease Control and Prevention elevated the delta COVID-19 variant as a “variant of concern.” First detected in India, the delta variant has become dominant in Britain.
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Health: murky - glimpse - collections - ABC - Madison
The two reports provide a glimpse into the murky world of debt collections by health systems, hospitals and other…
The two reports provide a glimpse into the murky world of debt collections by health systems, hospitals and other health care providers.