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Instead of 'Rest in Peace,' COVID Obits Become War of Words

Instead of 'Rest in Peace,' COVID Obits Become War of Words

[ad_1] The State Journal Register: “Candace Cay Ayers.” The Washington Post: “Alabama man dies after being turned away from 43 hospitals as covid packs ICUs, family says.” YouTube: “A Florida...
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Viruses May Jump from Bats to People More Often Than Realized

Viruses May Jump from Bats to People More Often Than Realized

[ad_1] Sept. 21, 2021 -- When humans and other species intermingle and viruses move between them, experts call that "spillover." Scientists expect more spreadovers in the future as people move...
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COVID-Detecting Dogs Pilot First Airport Program

COVID-Detecting Dogs Pilot First Airport Program

[ad_1] Sept. 20, 2021 -- Cobra the dog has been hard at work at the Miami International Airport, sniffing masks proffered by American Airlines employees making their way through a...
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Pfizer Says COVID Vaccine Is Safe, Effective for Kids 5-11

Pfizer Says COVID Vaccine Is Safe, Effective for Kids 5-11

[ad_1] Sept. 20, 2021 -- With record numbers of COVID-19 cases being reported in kids, Pfizer and its partner BioNTech have announced that their mRNA vaccine for COVID-19 is safe...
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Alabama’s Deaths Outpace Births for First Time in History

Alabama’s Deaths Outpace Births for First Time in History

[ad_1] Sept. 20, 2021 -- For the first time in Alabama’s known history, the state’s deaths have outpaced its births -- a bleak consequence of the COVID-19 pandemic. “Our state...
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Millions Could Soon Lose Medicaid Coverage Started During the Pandemic

Millions Could Soon Lose Medicaid Coverage Started During the Pandemic

[ad_1] FRIDAY, Sept. 17, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- When the COVID-19 public health emergency ends, a new crisis in insurance coverage in the United States may begin. Fifteen million Americans...
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Millions Could Soon Lose Medicaid Coverage Started During the Pandemic

Millions Could Soon Lose Medicaid Coverage Started During the Pandemic

[ad_1] Millions Could Soon Lose Medicaid Coverage Started During the Pandemic WebMD News from HealthDay By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Sept. 17, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- When the COVID-19...
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Child Obesity Rose Sharply During Pandemic

Child Obesity Rose Sharply During Pandemic

[ad_1] By Cara Murez HealthDay Reporter FRIDAY, Sept. 17, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- Childhood obesity was a worrisome issue before the pandemic, and now it's alarmingly worse, new data shows....
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Kidney Damage Another Consequence of 'Long COVID'

Kidney Damage Another Consequence of 'Long COVID'

[ad_1] By Amy Norton HealthDay Reporter THURSDAY, Sept. 2, 2021 (HealthDay News) -- People hospitalized for COVID-19, and even some with milder cases, may suffer lasting damage to their kidneys,...
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Teachers Have No Higher Risk of Severe COVID-19

Teachers Have No Higher Risk of Severe COVID-19

[ad_1] The report was published online Sept. 1 in the journal BMJ . The risk for teachers is lower than for other groups, according to Douglas Harris, the Schlieder Foundation...
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Mistrust, Politics, and Vaccines: How We Got Here, How We Fix It

Mistrust, Politics, and Vaccines: How We Got Here, How We Fix It

[ad_1]Some Americans reveal that their COVID-19 vaccine reluctance stems from an already skeptical worldview, with mixed messaging only heightening their suspicions.[ad_2]
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COVID Vaccine 'In-Betweeners': Who They Are, Why They're Hesitant

COVID Vaccine 'In-Betweeners': Who They Are, Why They're Hesitant

[ad_1]Health concerns, a disabling fear of needles, a general mistrust of medicine and more are among the reasons some people remain hesitant about COVID-19 vaccination. They are not anti-vaxxers.[ad_2]
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