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Health: coronavirus - quarantine - incomprehensible
These five books — a mix of fiction, memoir, essays, commentary and more — are products of the challenges of 2020,…
These five books — a mix of fiction, memoir, essays, commentary and more — are products of the challenges of 2020, a long year of quarantine, lockdown and stress stirred by the coronavirus pandemic. Take a look back if you...
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Health: vaccine-resistant - first-generation - COVID
NEW YORK — Pfizer announced Thursday that it has begun studying a third dose of its COVID-19 vaccine, part of…
NEW YORK — Pfizer announced Thursday that it has begun studying a third dose of its COVID-19 vaccine, part of a strategy to guard against mutated versions of the coronavirus.
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Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson (archive) in Michael Winterbottom's COVID Drama Series 'This Sceptred Isle'Hollywoodreporter
Health: Michael Winterbottom
Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson in Michael Winterbottom'…
Kenneth Branagh as Boris Johnson in Michael Winterbottom's COVID Drama Series 'This Sceptred Isle'
Slightly more than half the patients (illustration) had acute Covid-19, the predominantly lung-related… Sura NualpradidNytimes
Politics: Covid - characteristics - inflammatory
…from those with a Covid-linked inflammatory syndrome.
A large study found that young people hospitalized with acute Covid-19 have symptoms and characteristics that differ from those with a Covid-linked inflammatory syndrome.
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Health: carelessness - coronavirus - Orwigsburg
…about masks and symptoms, federal health officials found.
Coronavirus cases at fitness centers in Chicago and Honolulu were linked to carelessness about masks and symptoms, federal health officials found.
InquirerInquirer
Health: COVID-19 - strenuously - asserted
In the beginning of the pandemic, after I strenuously asserted the particular risk of COVID-19 for their lungs,…
In the beginning of the pandemic, after I strenuously asserted the particular risk of COVID-19 for their lungs, my patients locked down to a degree many others didn’t.
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Health: Francesca Kaczynski - chemotherapy - touch
Children with cancer touch a special place in people’s hearts. Yet, as a society, we have failed to put our best…
Children with cancer touch a special place in people’s hearts. Yet, as a society, we have failed to put our best resources together to save more of these children.
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Health: 212 - 318
20,\u00a0down from\u00a018,318\u00a0the week prior,\u00a0the U.S. Department of Labor\u00a0said Thursday.
New claims in Michigan dropped to\u00a013,212 in the week ending Feb. 20,\u00a0down from\u00a018,318\u00a0the week prior,\u00a0the U.S. Department of Labor\u00a0said Thursday.
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Health: much-needed - puppies - downside - adoptions
With new puppies and kids at home, doctors are worried about treating more children for dog bites.
With new puppies and kids at home, doctors are worried about treating more children for dog bites.
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Health: untouched - shuttered - streaming - abundant
…with the intimate production values, felt more immediate and relevant than ever before.
TV meant to be responsive to the moment seemed distant. But podcasts, with the intimate production values, felt more immediate and relevant than ever before.
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Health: FDA
Vaccines from Johnson & Johnson and Novavax could be the third and fourth approved for use by FDA.
Vaccines from Johnson & Johnson and Novavax could be the third and fourth approved for use by FDA.
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Health: Anthony Fauci - is nothing but good news - COVID
…regardless of which one, take it.
WASHINGTON — Dr. Anthony Fauci says if a coronavirus vaccine is available, regardless of which one, take it.
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Health: Southern Nevada - immunocompromised - COVID
…they need amid the COVID-19 pandemic...
A Las Vegas-based company is working to provide free prescription deliveries to help seniors and those immunocompromised across Southern Nevada get the medicine they need amid the COVID-19 pandemic...
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Health: rollouts - Covax Facility - weekday - inbox - favorable
…moving in a positive direction.
With new developments for Covax and favorable signs from national rollouts, the global vaccine supply debate may be moving in a positive direction.
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Health: heartbreaking - calculating - ranchers - breeders
Ranchers and breeders are still calculating their losses.
Ranchers and breeders are still calculating their losses. ‘It was heartbreaking,’ one says.
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Culture: John Bass - Dog Pound - compassionate - coronavirus
John Bass, 51, formed and led a drug trafficking operation called the Dog Pound from 1989 to 1997 and was granted…
John Bass, 51, formed and led a drug trafficking operation called the Dog Pound from 1989 to 1997 and was granted a compassionate release in January.
And, a vaccine (illustration) tug of war for doctors. James GathanyInquirer
Health: cling
And, a vaccine tug of war for doctors.
And, a vaccine tug of war for doctors.
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Health: trending - downward - jobless - highs - slowly
…millions on benefits nationwide as the economy continues to struggle.
Jobless claims have been slowly trending downward over much of the past year. But they remain at historic highs, with millions on benefits nationwide as the economy continues to struggle.
…gym (illustration) users to wear masks during intense workouts — even when socially distant — and asked gyms… photostockWashingtonpost
Health: alarming
…ventilation and push for outdoor activities when possible.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Wednesday urged gym users to wear masks during intense workouts — even when socially distant — and asked gyms to improve ventilation and push for outdoor activities when possible.
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Health: The Ad Council - coronavirus - minds
The ads are aimed at the 40% of Americans who haven’t yet made up their minds…
The ads are aimed at the 40% of Americans who haven’t yet made up their minds about getting vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Health: Francis Kokoroko UNICEF - inequalities - Covid
An operation to supply billions of coronavirus vaccine doses to poorer countries has started.
An operation to supply billions of coronavirus vaccine doses to poorer countries has started. But as rich countries buy most of the available supply, stark inequalities remain.
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Health: transform - ambitious - rhode
VaccineFinder.org is an ambitious but limited attempt to simplify Americans’ search for vaccines.
VaccineFinder.org is an ambitious but limited attempt to simplify Americans’ search for vaccines.
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Health: vaccinations - assurances - plenty
Opinion: Plenty of assurances on vaccinations, but still…
Opinion: Plenty of assurances on vaccinations, but still few details from Health Ministry
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Health: Karshi-Khanabad - airbase
From 2001 to 2005, more than 15,000 U.S.
From 2001 to 2005, more than 15,000 U.S. troops passed through Karshi-Khanabad Air Base in Uzbekistan, a staging area for operations in Afghanistan.
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North Texas - Kiest Boulevard - weeklong - hosting
…Friendship West is hosting a weeklong food…
In the aftermath of the severe winter storm that swept across North Texas last week, Friendship West is hosting a weeklong food distribution drive. The...
…vaccine (illustration) for you is the one you can get. If many Americans opted to wait for a preferred vaccine it…Washingtonpost
Health: Pfizer-BioNTech - covid - preferred - opted
…slow down the country’s vaccination program.
If many Americans opted to wait for a preferred vaccine it would not only leave more people at risk of developing a serious case of covid, but would also likely slow down the country’s vaccination program.
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Health: German Osorio - faux - portions - Santiago
…portions of their lives online, the answer may depend on the situation.
Is posting a COVID-19 vaccine selfie on your social media account a faux pas or still par for the course? As people increasingly live out significant portions of their lives online, the answer may depend on the situation.
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Health: Tarrant County - COVID - probable - 507
The latest victims include 15 men and 10 women ranging...
Dallas County reported 789 new coronavirus cases Wednesday, as well as 25 more deaths from COVID-19. The latest victims include 15 men and 10 women ranging...
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Health: David Adjaye - re-creation - Martin Luther - doomed
The architect David Adjaye spurred a painstaking re-creation of a doomed artwork for its new…
The architect David Adjaye spurred a painstaking re-creation of a doomed artwork for its new home — and added a homage to the union’s place in social justice history.
Health: incredible - celebrity - 2016
Remembering Dan Hicks, Marin’s most famous homebody
Remembering Dan Hicks, Marin’s most famous homebody
Health: pandemic - awkward - embrace
Being the new kid at work is even more awkward when you're joining an all-remote office. But the pandemic can help…
Being the new kid at work is even more awkward when you're joining an all-remote office. But the pandemic can help us all embrace the awkwardness.
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Health: Los Angeles - one-tenth - coronavirus - pandemic
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles County on Wednesday reported another 806 deaths from…
LOS ANGELES — Los Angeles County on Wednesday reported another 806 deaths from coronavirus during the winter surge, pushing California’s toll above 50,000, or about one-tenth of the U.S. total from the pandemic.
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Health: jacquelyn - dysfunction - COVID
The House is poised to pass the latest COVID stimulus package, a $1.9 trillion…
The House is poised to pass the latest COVID stimulus package, a $1.9 trillion tribute to Washington’s economic dysfunction. Let’s look at what Democrats call pandemic relief.
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Health: Detroit Free Press - deadliest - fentanyl
…fentanyl from Detroit to North Dakota.
Federal authorities said they are investigating a drug pipeline that involves moving the powerful opioid fentanyl from Detroit to North Dakota.
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Health: ideally - arouse - cheering
…watch online — as the flame passes through Japan.
Spectators are told to refrain from shouting and cheering — and ideally, watch online — as the flame passes through Japan.
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Health: vaccinated - website - deja - appointment
…over again with the state’s vaccine appointment website.
It appears to be deja vu all over again with the state’s vaccine appointment website.
…had been in quarantine since Sunday after close contact with someone who had tested positive.: IllustrationSeattletimes
Health: Mike Dunleavy - COVID - quarantine - Wasilla
…Dunleavy tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday and was at home…
Alaska Gov. Mike Dunleavy tested positive for COVID-19 on Wednesday and was at home near Wasilla with mild symptoms, his office said. Dunleavy, 59, had been in quarantine since Sunday after close contact with someone who had tested positive.
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Health: packed - suffering
…usually the peak of flu season, with doctors’ offices and hospitals packed with suffering patients. But not this year.
NEW YORK — February is usually the peak of flu season, with doctors’ offices and hospitals packed with suffering patients. But not this year.
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Health: Medgar Evers College - mutation - New York City
The variant contains a mutation thought…
The variant contains a mutation thought to help the virus dodge the immune system, scientists said.
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Health: DeSoto Town Center - Jim Baugh Government Center
…with the nonprofit MINT Foundation....
Low-income renters in DeSoto who have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic can get help from a city partnership with the nonprofit MINT Foundation....
…five years of marriage. The first-of-its-kind ruling has sparked debate in China (archive) about the... PixabaySeattletimes
Health: first-of-its-kind - unpaid - divorce - sparked
…its-kind ruling has sparked debate in…
A divorce court in China has ordered a man to pay his ex-wife $7,700 in compensation for unpaid domestic work and child care during the couple's five years of marriage. The first-of-its-kind ruling has sparked debate in China about the...
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Health: retooling - virulent - coronavirus - EPA-EFE
…more virulent strains of the virus.
New vaccines are hitting the market while drug makers are retooling the existing ones to combat the emerging, more virulent strains of the virus.
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Health: fragmentation - contemplation - distancing
This anthology of cell phone-shot shorts seeks to…
This anthology of cell phone-shot shorts seeks to capture the fragmentation & contemplation of social distancing
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authentically - multifaceted - thrilling - garnered
While the series has garnered praise for its thrilling plot,…
While the series has garnered praise for its thrilling plot, as a psychologist, I was in awe of how the show authentically captured the multifaceted mental health of teenage girls in our society.
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Health: Detroit News - longstanding - harms
The resistance to the vaccination is due to the longstanding medical harms done to Black…
The resistance to the vaccination is due to the longstanding medical harms done to Black people going back to the\u00a01932\u00a0Tuskegee Study, Thompson writes
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Health: nosedive - betting - proof - operation
…share prices are close — if not already beyond — pre-pandemic levels.
After taking a nosedive in early 2020, casino operators’ share prices are close — if not already beyond — pre-pandemic levels.
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Health: Philadelphia Inquirer - updates
Nightly coronavirus updates from the Philadelphia Inquirer
Nightly coronavirus updates from the Philadelphia Inquirer
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Health: Roxbury Community College - four-year - medianews
At Roxbury Community College, we take pride in preparing students with the knowledge…
At Roxbury Community College, we take pride in preparing students with the knowledge and skills needed for immediate career success or transfer to four-year schools. RCC offers a suite of health ca…
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Health: all-access - subscriptions - detect
The latest reported figures bring Michigan's total number of cases to 583,964 and…
The latest reported figures bring Michigan's total number of cases to 583,964 and deaths to 15,405 since the virus was first detected in March
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Health: unlike
Their story is not unlike the global chip shortage that has U.S.
Their story is not unlike the global chip shortage that has U.S. leaders concerned about U.S. strength.
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Health: coronavirus-related - 000-death - variant
The state accounts for roughly one in 10 of the coronavirus-related deaths recorded in the U.S.
The state accounts for roughly one in 10 of the coronavirus-related deaths recorded in the U.S. A new variant spreading in New York City is being closely studied by scientists.
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Health: loose-fitting - unnecessarily - awkward - uncomfortable
Patient is worried because doctor wears only loose, cloth mask.
Patient is worried because doctor wears only loose, cloth mask.
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Health: coronavirus - inoculated
…need to get inoculated.
Duggan said the city is\u00a0expanding its Good Neighbor campaign because more seniors, who are most vulnerable to the coronavirus, need to get inoculated.
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Health: President Donald Trump - President Joe Biden
…enforcing work requirements for welfare recipients and other moves.
President Biden on Wednesday revoked actions by former President Donald Trump that were aimed at cutting off federal funding to “anarchist” cities, restricting legal immigration during the COVID-19 pandemic, requiring classical architecture for federal buildings, enforcing work requirements for welfare recipients and other moves.
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Health: National Institutes - United States - coronavirus
Drugmaker Moderna has created a new, experimental form of…
Drugmaker Moderna has created a new, experimental form of its coronavirus vaccine to combat a worrisome variant of the virus, and has also begun to increase its overall manufacturing capacity, the company announced Wednesday.
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Health: Reliability Council - Bill Magness - shivering
…outages that left millions of Texans shivering in the cold as a a...
AUSTIN -- Texas lawmakers will hold hearings Thursday to investigate last week’s power outages that left millions of Texans shivering in the cold as a a...
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Health: Iwamura - vaccination - yuki - Brooklyn
And what else you need to know today.
And what else you need to know today.
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Health: Adria Malcolm - pandemic - Jessica - fink - nurse
Being a nurse was already hard. But in the pandemic, it’s become almost impossible.
Being a nurse was already hard. But in the pandemic, it’s become almost impossible.
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Health: Pennsylvania Convention Center - 222-member - doses
The military is sending a 222-member team to the Pennsylvania Convention Center,…
The military is sending a 222-member team to the Pennsylvania Convention Center, who will administer about 6,000 vaccine doses a day.
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Health: Mark Pandori - Reno
…Health Laboratory at the University of Nevada, Reno, School of Medicine.
By Mary Hynes / Las Vegas Review-Journal Mark Pandori, director of the Nevada State Public Health Laboratory at the University of Nevada, Reno, School of Medicine.
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Health: Washington Post - Muriel Bowser - Pool FILE
The nation’s capital on Wednesday reached the grim milestone of more than 1,000 deaths due to the coronavirus.
The nation’s capital on Wednesday reached the grim milestone of more than 1,000 deaths due to the coronavirus.
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Health: Pacific Northwest - York Times - 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: National Institute - recurrent - experiencing
Easterseals Michigan, a nonprofit organization, is selling coping boxes for those experiencing the blues this winter.
Easterseals Michigan, a nonprofit organization, is selling coping boxes for those experiencing the blues this winter.
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Health: off-base - pandemic - Speaker Nancy Pelosi
Here's a guide to what's wrong or off-base about House GOP talking points attacking the covid-rleief plan.
Here's a guide to what's wrong or off-base about House GOP talking points attacking the covid-rleief plan.
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Health: Leonard Foster - epidemiologist - microbiologist
For an epidemiologist to be really confident, they want tens of thousands of cases and months of observation to build…
For an epidemiologist to be really confident, they want tens of thousands of cases and months of observation to build up numbers. – UBC microbiologist Leonard Foster
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Health: cope - worries - recalled
We spoke to people who experience health anxiety as well as experts on how to cope with this \
We spoke to people who experience health anxiety as well as experts on how to cope with this \
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Health: position-by-position - Milwaukee Brewers - COVID
…19 concerns but because he wanted to work on his religious faith.
Lorenzo Cain opted out of the 2020 season not only because of COVID-19 concerns but because he wanted to work on his religious faith.
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Health: vulnerability - weighing - CDC - Census Bureau
…Republicans said the criterion could harm older residents.
Despite health experts indicating many factors are important when weighing vaccine distribution, Republicans said the criterion could harm older residents.
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Health: Fair FEMA - FEMA Community Vaccination Center - 17
…calling for more people to sign up to get...
The new FEMA Community Vaccination Center opened this week in Fair Park, but local officials are already calling for more people to sign up to get...
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Science: lockdowns - Sisolak - Aviators - herd - masks
…away with lockdowns and masks.
Steve Sisolak needs to follow the science and do away with lockdowns and masks.
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Health: pandemic - wondering
Those who have received vaccines are…
Those who have received vaccines are wondering if life under the pandemic will change at all
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Health: coronavirus - pandemic - Detroit Wednesday
…SMART buses as the coronavirus pandemic raged. The transit agencies say bus fare collection will resume March 15.
Fare collection was halted on DDOT, SMART buses as the coronavirus pandemic raged. The transit agencies say bus fare collection will resume March 15.
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Health: community-based - stressing - Duggan - administer
The city is making COVID-19 vaccines available to suburban residents 55 and older willing to act as a \
The city is making COVID-19 vaccines available to suburban residents 55 and older willing to act as a \
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Health: coronavirus - preceding
…vaccine clinic on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021, in Las Vegas.
By Mike Brunker / Las Vegas Review-Journal Paramedic Craig Johnson draws a dose of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine in preparation for Guardian Elite Medical Services vaccine clinic on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2021, in Las Vegas.
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Health: coronavirus
Moderna's trial of a new COVID-19 vaccine will target the virus variant that first emerged in South Africa.
Moderna's trial of a new COVID-19 vaccine will target the virus variant that first emerged in South Africa. Other vaccine makers plan similar studies.
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Health: vaccines - uproar - signaled - horizon
…Baker signaled hope is on the horizon, citing “positive” news on vaccines, and reversed course on…
Gov. Charlie Baker signaled hope is on the horizon, citing “positive” news on vaccines, and reversed course on several policies cutting off vaccine supply to hospitals and local boards …
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Health: Karn Dhillon - COVID - Steve Ewen - pandemic - foul
…basketball referees from doing their part to try to get cancer to foul out.
The COVID-19 pandemic hasn’t kept Karn Dhillon and fellow basketball referees from doing their part to try to get cancer to foul out.
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Health: coronavirus - bowed - vaccines - releasing
Gov. Charlie Baker faces grandstanding lawmakers on Thursday hours after he bowed to public and political…
Gov. Charlie Baker faces grandstanding lawmakers on Thursday hours after he bowed to public and political pressure, releasing more coronavirus vaccines to hospitals and millions of dollars to an in…
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Health: 3-year - shut-downs - deer
The Board met Wednesday to approve 3-year deer population objectives in Wisconsin and…
The Board met Wednesday to approve 3-year deer population objectives in Wisconsin and addressed several annual spring hearings questions.
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Health: Dallas Morning News - Emergency Management Agency
The nearly 140 troops and more than 70 agents from the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Dallas are part of a new…
The nearly 140 troops and more than 70 agents from the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Dallas are part of a new nationwide effort led by the Biden...
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Health: David Carrigg - climbing - 409
…when it was an average 409 cases per day
B.C.'s seven-day average case count has been climbing since the middle of February, when it was an average 409 cases per day
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Health: COVID - worrisome - trending - sewage - variant
After weeks of Massachusetts…
After weeks of Massachusetts coronavirus cases dropping and virus wastewater data trending downward, a recent climb in COVID-19 sewage samples is a bit worrisome and could be tied to the more conta…
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Health: Ottawa
…000 new immigrants for 2021.
With more than 1.7 million Canadians looking for work, economists are asking why Ottawa has a new, higher target of more than 400,000 new immigrants for 2021.
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Health: Eastern Massachusetts - vaccines - meal
…many still don’t know where their next meal…
Even as more people get vaccines, many still don’t know where their next meal is coming from, especially in Eastern Massachusetts, where food insecurity has soared by 66% since the beginning …
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Health: nuggets - stack - Consult - vaccine - unfav
…vaccine data offers more good news.
And new Johnson & Johnson vaccine data offers more good news.
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Health: clawed - faculty - designated - eligible
…extra” vaccine doses from Northeastern…
The state said it has clawed back “extra” vaccine doses from Northeastern University after the college began offering shots to eligible students and faculty — even though the NU c…
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Finance: Technology Writer - tussling - arbel - Google
…support the news industry” over the next three years
Facebook, following in Google’s footsteps, says it plans to invest $1 billion to “support the news industry” over the next three years
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Health: Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam - Medical Group
troops to accept the COVID-19 vaccine when…
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin on Wednesday pushed U.S. troops to accept the COVID-19 vaccine when it’s offered to them, the latest effort by the Pentagon to combat a stubbornly high rate of refusal within the armed forces.
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Eductaion: irritation - bites - tissue
Bites by the spiders can cause problems…
Bites by the spiders can cause problems ranging from minor skin irritation to tissue death
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Health: 65th - birthday - briefing
Mercia Bowser was the mayor’s only sister and died just short of her 65th birthday.
Mercia Bowser was the mayor’s only sister and died just short of her 65th birthday.
The University of Michigan (archive) shut down a library after three Mediterranean recluse spiders\… Andrew HorneUsatoday
Eductaion: Mediterranean - thorough
The University of Michigan shut down a library after three Mediterranean recluse spiders\u00a0were discovered…
The University of Michigan shut down a library after three Mediterranean recluse spiders\u00a0were discovered last month in the basement storage area.
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Health: innocenzio - anticipates - trillion
The National Retail Federation said Wednesday it anticipates that retail sales will grow between 6.5% and 8.2% to more…
The National Retail Federation said Wednesday it anticipates that retail sales will grow between 6.5% and 8.2% to more than $4.33 trillion this year