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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: Shotgun Ceremonies - Bronwen Stevenson - Vegas
…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: seven-day - Wisconsin - 302 - sits
…COVID-19 cases and positivity 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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Health: David Zalubowski - Associated Press - empowered
Retail workers are drained from the pandemic and empowered by a strengthening job market.
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: Paralympic Village - multifunctional
…Tokyo organizing committee officials and the IOC said on Monday.
TOKYO — The Tokyo Olympics will allow some local fans to attend when the games open in just over a month, Tokyo organizing committee officials and the IOC said on Monday.
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Health: Pee-wee Herman - Fort Collins - Los Angeles
Paragon grew up in Fort Collins before moving to Los Angeles and finding…
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: COVID - North Texas - 106 - strain
Dallas County reported two more COVID-19 deaths and 106 new coronavirus cases Monday as…
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: coronavirus - vaccine - treatments
A roundup of some of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments…
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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Health: Maine Grains - all-purpose - 50-50 - supermarket
Consumers spent roughly 100% more on flour in March and April 2020 than the previous year
Consumers spent roughly 100% more on flour in March and April 2020 than the previous year
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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. They can still inflame the…
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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Health: Civil Hospital - flashlight - examining - ahmedabad
AHMEDABAD, India — In the stifling, tightly packed medical…
AHMEDABAD, India — In the stifling, tightly packed medical ward at Civil Hospital, the ear, nose and throat specialist moved briskly from one bed to the next, shining a flashlight into one patient’s mouth, examining another’s X-rays.
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Health: low-income - COVID - Gilead PrEP - wrestling
While many of us were celebrating the ray of hope that was the COVID-19 vaccine in December, low-income Texans with HIV…
While many of us were celebrating the ray of hope that was the COVID-19 vaccine in December, low-income Texans with HIV and their advocates were wrestling...
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Health: labs
…526 more coronavirus cases were reported Sunday, including 45 older cases that were recently confirmed by labs.
Across Texas, 526 more coronavirus cases were reported Sunday, including 45 older cases that were recently confirmed by labs. The state also reported 13...
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Health: pandemic - looming - permanent
…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: Liga Aldins - coronavirus - pandemic - Expedia
…the airline has yet to return the refund.
At the start of the coronavirus pandemic, Air France had to cancel Liga Aldins’ flight from Boston to Paris, booked through Expedia. A year after the fact, the airline has yet to return the refund. Who has the money?
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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: Vedha Vaddaraju - High Mesa Drive - Iris Lai
Early on in the pandemic, best friends Iris Lai and Vedha Vaddaraju wanted to do something to…
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: Moderna COVID-19 - geopolitical - donald
…pledge in a donation with both public health and geopolitical meaning.
TAIPEI, Taiwan — The U.S. sent 2.5 million doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine to Taiwan on Sunday, tripling an earlier pledge in a donation with both public health and geopolitical meaning. The …
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Health: The Dallas Morning News - Pediatric Practice
Garland ISD is offering free vaccines to qualified students entering kindergarten through…
Garland ISD is offering free vaccines to qualified students entering kindergarten through seventh grade for the 2021-22 school year. The district offers...
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inability - watched
Father’s Day weekend turned frustrating for…
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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Catholic Church - Joe Biden - communion - Salon
The Catholic Church voted to deny Biden…
The Catholic Church voted to deny Biden communion over his stance on abortion and Megan McCain had some thoughts
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Health: Coronavirus COVID-19 Spores - pandemic - Salon
Some workers learned to stand up for themselves a…
Some workers learned to stand up for themselves a bit more during, and due to, the pandemic
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Health: coronavirus-related - President Donald Trump
…reviving his 2020 bill that would let Americans sue China for coronavirus-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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African American - specimens - 1918
…an African American couple, entered their six children in a “better babies” contest for Black families. All six...
In 1918, Mr. and Mrs. J.W. Williams, an African American couple, entered their six children in a “better babies” contest for Black families. All six...
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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: Denis McDonough - Pride Month - transgender - LGBTQ
…Denis McDonough said in Florida.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is moving to offer transgender veterans gender confirmation surgery, Denis McDonough said in Florida.
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Health: Scott Gottlieb - vaccinate - variant - Delta
…former Food and Drug Administration chief Scott Gottlieb said.
The transmission of the more contagious Delta variant in the United States could spur a fall surge in coronavirus infections if only 75% of the eligible population is vaccinated, former Food and Drug Administration chief Scott Gottlieb said.
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Health: Homeland Security - Dawn Gilbertson - coronavirus
The Department of Homeland Security announced the…
The Department of Homeland Security announced the borders with Mexico and Canada will remain closed through July \
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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: Greenville Avenue - utilize - regarding
Richardson ISD parents and community members are being asked to complete an…
Richardson ISD parents and community members are being asked to complete an online survey by July 12, regarding how the district should utilize federal...
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Health: pandemic-fueled - Puget Sound - Bettina Hansen
Summer is right around the corner, and the Puget Sound area is slowly waking up from a pandemic-…
Summer is right around the corner, and the Puget Sound area is slowly waking up from a pandemic-fueled slumber. To assist you in finding something to spice up your days, here are some virtual or properly distanced events we think...
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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…
The two reports provide a glimpse into the murky world of debt collections by health systems, hospitals and other health care providers.
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Health: Samantha Alexander - Parata Perl - headache - doses
It’s a task complicated by multiple pills, all supposed...
Keeping track of prescriptions can be a headache — and a dangerous one if it leads to missed doses. It’s a task complicated by multiple pills, all supposed...
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News: drought-like - Natural Resources - Marc Sass
…which means fire risks are high.
Wisconsin is seeing drought-like conditions in some areas, which means fire risks are high.
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Health: Mackenzie Salmon - Katie Ledecky - Paralympics
Decision on Paralympics still to come.
Venues will be capped at 50 percent capacity, with maximum of 10,000 fans at the Olympics, which begin July 23. Decision on Paralympics still to come.
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Health: Dann Collins Torbert
Dorothy Dann Collins Torbert, a Dallas philanthropist and the widow of the late former Texas…
Dorothy Dann Collins Torbert, a Dallas philanthropist and the widow of the late former Texas congressman Jim Collins, died June 13 at age 99. Torbert was...
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Health: Anthony Fauci - antiviral - pandemics - devoting
Michigan to lift indoor restrictions and mask requirements, US embassy in Afghanistan locked down amid…
Michigan to lift indoor restrictions and mask requirements, US embassy in Afghanistan locked down amid case surge. Live COVID-19 updates.
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Health: 29-year-olds - Seattle Times - Lumen Field - unsure
The younger group's vaccination numbers keep dropping, and a CDC survey reveals a great many of them are unsure...
The CDC finds that 80% of adults older than 65 have been immunized compared with just 38.3% of 18- to 29-year-olds. The younger group's vaccination numbers keep dropping, and a CDC survey reveals a great many of them are unsure...
Health: kick-start - smartphone - last-mile - same-day
…conventional black rubber tires do more than roll down the highway....
What if your car tires alerted your smartphone when they need to be replaced? Tire makers have come up with a host of ideas to kick-start a future where conventional black rubber tires do more than roll down the highway....
Health: loves
Ryan Lochte came up short in his bid to make a fifth Olympic team at age 36
Ryan Lochte came up short in his bid to make a fifth Olympic team at age 36
Health: leather-covered - licensed-brands - disinfecting
During the pandemic I discovered that disinfecting wipes did an excellent…
Q: I hate sticky fingers — especially when my leather-covered steering wheel becomes sticky. During the pandemic I discovered that disinfecting wipes did an excellent job of totally removing …
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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: Joe Biden - Dining Room - White House - milestone
President Biden on Friday celebrated the U.S. achieving a milestone in the fight against COVID-19 but acknowledged…
President Biden on Friday celebrated the U.S. achieving a milestone in the fight against COVID-19 but acknowledged the country still has more work to do against the deadly virus.
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Health: psychologically - unsafe - touching - behavior
Normal toddler behavior like touching and playing became suddenly…
Normal toddler behavior like touching and playing became suddenly unsafe. Kids suffered psychologically for it
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Health: COVID-19-related - Jay Inslee - Pend Oreille
…related restrictions will end soon.
We're not reopening today. But the state's COVID-19-related restrictions will end soon. How long might it take to reach Gov. Jay Inslee's 70% vaccination rate threshold, and what does it mean for herd immunity?
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Politics: Common Council President Cavalier Johnson - mired
…u00a0alerted members of Common Council that it had…
The Milwaukee Health Department\u00a0alerted members of Common Council that it had become aware of mismanagement of \
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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.
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Health: revolutionizing - cultivating - patronage - YouTube
Twitch is attracting musicians who can earn money by cultivating fan…
Twitch is attracting musicians who can earn money by cultivating fan tribes who express their loyalty through patronage. The platform is revolutionizing the business by providing an alternative to services like Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube.
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Health: covid-19 - saintlike - unethical - greedy - halo
COVID-19 may have conferred a saintlike halo on some doctors, but as far as…
COVID-19 may have conferred a saintlike halo on some doctors, but as far as the B.C. Government is concerned too many remain greedy, unethical and ready to ablate part of Canada's soul.
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Health: Ignace Indian - Historic Mitchell - descendants
…prizes and other incentives to encourage more Natives to take the vaccine.
The Gerald L. Ignace Indian Health Center is offering gift cards, prizes and other incentives to encourage more Natives to take the vaccine.
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Health: COVID-19 - pandemic - lockdown - incrementally
Whether your bank account grew or shrank during the long months of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, now is the time to…
Whether your bank account grew or shrank during the long months of the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, now is the time to take stock of your financial situation and decide your next steps. Here's how to get started.
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Health: COVID - intubated - pandemic - statewide
State health officials on Saturday reported six new virus deaths and 91 new cases as statewide coronavirus…
State health officials on Saturday reported six new virus deaths and 91 new cases as statewide coronavirus hospitalizations hit yet another record low.
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Health: injection - workwear - syringe - protective
Moderna and Pfizer this summer began testing their…
Moderna and Pfizer this summer began testing their vaccines in younger kids
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Health: Melinda Gates - diagnostics - COVID-19 - renewing
…drugs, and vaccines for the world’s poorest people.
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is putting another $250 million into development and delivery of diagnostics, drugs, and vaccines for the world’s poorest people.
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Health: Mackenzie Salmon - Tokyo Olympics - Katie Ledecky
…an event she won at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Simone Manuel failed to qualify for the final in the women's 100 freestyle, an event she won at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
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Health: coronavirus - 474
…its goal of 4.1 million fully vaccinated people.
Massachusetts is less than 12,000 coronavirus vaccine shots away from hitting its goal of 4.1 million fully vaccinated people.
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Health: reproductive - ad-hoc - video-call - pandemic
…reproductive healthcare is sticking around.
Through pandemic necessity, an ad-hoc, telehealth model for reproductive healthcare is sticking around.
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Health: vaccination-era - South Asian Indian - post-vaccination
…venues and other vendors in high demand.
NEW YORK — Couples in the U.S. are racing to the altar in a vaccination-era wedding boom that has venues and other vendors in high demand. With restrictions on large gatherings loosening, wedding p…
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Health: carelessness - remarried - teenage - snacks - scary
…ago and used a lot of medical marijuana.
My ex had cancer years ago and used a lot of medical marijuana. One of the reasons for our divorce was his carelessness with the marijuana around our children — leaving edibles on the counter…
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Health: COVID - Mancur Olson - West Germany - pandemic
is experiencing a reset in significant ways.
The COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S. economy hard. But, as shutdowns abate, the U.S. is experiencing a reset in significant ways.
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Health: COVID-19 - Washington Times - Greg Groesch - gyms
…gyms are open, and people are heading back to church.
The airports are filling up, restaurants are packed, gyms are open, and people are heading back to church. America is finally being unmasked.
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Health: heat-controlled - renovated - Baraboo
…more than a year for eventual release to the wild.
The International Crane Foundation in Baraboo opened its renovated exhibits in May and is raising the first whoopng crane in more than a year for eventual release to the wild.
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Health: Elder-care COVID - Pacific Northwest - updating
…including stats about the spread of the coronavirus in Washington state.
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: Jonathan Taylor - Atlanta Braves - Texas Ranger
One is running a training facility. The other is thinking about scouting or coaching.
One is running a training facility. The other is thinking about scouting or coaching. They get together regularly, the former helping to keep the latter in...
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Health: Last November - 10-year-old - diagnostics - Rimadyl
…old German shepherd and after a lot of diagnostics and considerable expense, we still do not have any solid answers.
We recently got a huge scare regarding our 10-year-old German shepherd and after a lot of diagnostics and considerable expense, we still do not have any solid answers. Last November, we noticed tha…
It's worthwhile to consider the reasons to be optimistic (illustration) about the performance of the…Seattletimes
Health: Chuck Jaffe - worthwhile - underpinnings - devise
…approach to investing, writes columnist Chuck Jaffe.
It's worthwhile to consider the reasons to be optimistic about the performance of the stock market, as well as the reasons for pessimism. Those facts will help you devise your own timely, balanced approach to investing, writes columnist Chuck Jaffe.
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Entertainment: Detroit Tigers - ballparks - pandemic - 22-season
As the boys of summer return to full ballparks for the…
As the boys of summer return to full ballparks for the first time since the pandemic, my thoughts return to my childhood hero, Al Kaline, “Mr. Tiger,” the...
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Health: tumors - boon - Gates - tackle
Here's how scientists are using the same mRNA…
Fighting COVID-19 proved a boon to cancer research. Here's how scientists are using the same mRNA technology to attack tumors.
The cancers and health impacts veterans (illustration) of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan face because… KevinUsatoday
Health: Agent Orange - chemotherapy - dreading
…military's burn pits are my generation's Agent Orange.
The cancers and health impacts veterans of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan face because of our military's burn pits are my generation's Agent Orange.
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Health: Joe Friday - Catholic Bishops
President Joe Biden\u00a0announced Friday the U.S. has administered 300…
President Joe Biden\u00a0announced Friday the U.S. has administered 300 million COVID-19 shots, though it's still shy of 70% having one shot by July 4.
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Health: Marian Rauenzahn - Denise Gracely - Angela Ermold
…year-old mother, who has dementia and is in a nursing home in Rochester, New York.
Barbara and Christine Colucci long to remove their masks and kiss their 102-year-old mother, who has dementia and is in a nursing home in Rochester, New York.
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Health: Sheila Malcolmson - Tiffany Crawford - addictions
…C.'s mental health and addictions minister.
'Eating disorders are the deadliest, yet most misunderstood mental illness,' says Sheila Malcolmson, B.C.'s mental health and addictions minister.
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Health: Dulce Sloan - Roy Wood Jr - Art Streiber - pandemic
Salon talks to Dulce Sloan & Roy Wood Jr.
Salon talks to Dulce Sloan & Roy Wood Jr. about the challenges of finding comedy in a pandemic year
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Caroline Woodward - Yankee Magazine - Catrine Kelty
The added bacon is delicious, but you can eliminate…
The added bacon is delicious, but you can eliminate it if you’re vegetarian
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Couples are competing for not just guests but for reception halls -- and those with safety on… (Deesha Chandra)Seattletimes
Health: Love in the Time of Covid - vaccinated-only
…ensue when guests refuse a coronavirus vaccine and still want to attend.
Couples are competing for not just guests but for reception halls -- and those with safety on their minds are encountering the heartache and awkward negotiations that ensue when guests refuse a coronavirus vaccine and still want to attend.
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long-awaited - European Union - recouping
Most countries are expected to open to Americans immediately — if they haven’t already…
Most countries are expected to open to Americans immediately — if they haven’t already — including Germany, France, Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece. The ruling offered long-awaited relief that they could begin recouping their economic losses.
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Health: first-of-their-kind - advancements - Dana-Farber
…their-kind mRNA coronavirus vaccines, which have now been…
First-of-their-kind mRNA coronavirus vaccines, which have now been administered to hundreds of millions of people nationwide, are helping to accelerate the use of similar medical advancements in ca…
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Eductaion: cockroaches - thrive - UTC Jun - bugs - ticks
Cockroaches, ticks and other bugs of summer that can thrive in your home.
Cockroaches, ticks and other bugs of summer that can thrive in your home. Here is what you should know about each one.
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Health: preceding - rethink
…is an opportunity to rethink our roles as fathers.
This Father’s Day, more than any other preceding it, is an opportunity to rethink our roles as fathers.
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Health: non-essential - Rainbow Bridge - Niagara Falls
will remain closed to non-essential travel for at…
Canadian officials announced Friday the border with the U.S. will remain closed to non-essential travel for at least another month until more of their own residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Delta
President Biden commented on the Delta…
President Biden commented on the Delta variant and a document from Catholic Bishops that may rebuke him for his support of abortion rights.
The governor has touted the state's vaccine (illustration) numbers and declining COVID cases, but parts of… James GathanySeattletimes
Health: Central Texas - waned - touted
…Texas still report low vaccination rates.
The governor has touted the state's vaccine numbers and declining COVID cases, but parts of Texas still report low vaccination rates. Interest in the vaccine has waned and health experts warn of continued spread unless more in the state are...
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Health: Hilary Scheinuk - Donna Edwards - diminishing
…persuadable adults gets smaller.
Prizes and giveaways appear to offer diminishing returns as the number of persuadable adults gets smaller.
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Health: CEO Toshiro Muto - Seiko Hashimoto - Shigeru Omi
…government said in a report on Friday.
TOKYO — The safest way to hold the Tokyo Olympics is without any fans, the top medical adviser to the Japanese government said in a report on Friday.
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Health: all-virtual - Obama White House - superstar - sung
…and he’s sung in the Obama White House.
R&B superstar Anthony Hamilton has sung to stadium crowds, and he’s sung in the Obama White House. But this weekend, he’ll sing to nobody. His webcast Saturday night
Tokyo Olympics
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Health: National Stadium - Kiyoshi Ota - strangely - lifeless
For the aspiring athletes, the road to this year's Olympics and Paralympics has been long, uncertain and arduous.
For the aspiring athletes, the road to this year's Olympics and Paralympics has been long, uncertain and arduous. And the event itself is likely to be strangely lifeless - no pomp and splendor, no revelry after victories and no families...
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Health: Tokyo Olympics - anti-Olympics - Paralympics
Public sentiment in Japan has been generally opposed to holding the Tokyo Olympics…
Public sentiment in Japan has been generally opposed to holding the Tokyo Olympics and Paralympics, partly based on fears the coronavirus will spike as almost 100,000 people - athletes and others - enter for both events.
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Health: Lori Culbert - differing - Dan Fumano - pandemic
Drug users are fatally overdosing, due to a toxic supply and pandemic restrictions. There's differing opinions on how…
Drug users are fatally overdosing, due to a toxic supply and pandemic restrictions. There's differing opinions on how to save their lives.
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Health: Wisconsin Department - coronavirus - constitutes
There are 35 cases of the new Delta variant of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of Thursday.
There are 35 cases of the new Delta variant of COVID-19 in Wisconsin as of Thursday.
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Health: Canada Answer - nonessential - Public Safety
Restrictions on nonessential travel between the U.S.
Restrictions on nonessential travel between the U.S. and Canada have been extended again.
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Health: Capitol Hill - Washington Times
Rep. Thomas Massie snapped at a reporter during a press…
Rep. Thomas Massie snapped at a reporter during a press conference this week after she asked whether he was vaccinated against COVID-19.
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Health: tips
…normal part of growing a garden, at bay.
Brian Minter offers up tips on keeping pests and disease, a normal part of growing a garden, at bay.
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Health: Pfizer-BioNTech - Canadian Press - Amy Smart
On June 1, NACI had said AstraZeneca recipients “could” get Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna for their…
On June 1, NACI had said AstraZeneca recipients “could” get Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna for their second shot if they wanted, but on Thursday it went further to…
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Health: COVID - Pratyush Dayal - Zoom - context - integrated
Happening from June 18 to 20, virtually over Zoom, the conference will explore how integrated thinking in…
Happening from June 18 to 20, virtually over Zoom, the conference will explore how integrated thinking in the context of COVID-19 can reduce the burden of…
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Health: Yakima County NAACP - segregation - Juneteenth
…recommendations to segregation. The local NAACP chapter and other commissioners spoke out against the conflation.
Two Yakima County commissioners declined to formally recognize Juneteenth and compared public health recommendations to segregation. The local NAACP chapter and other commissioners spoke out against the conflation.
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Health: Easton Teeples - life-saving - 2-year-old - infancy
…lived with a rare form of kidney failure since infancy, received a life-saving transplant from his father last month.
La Crosse 2-year-old Easton Teeples, who has lived with a rare form of kidney failure since infancy, received a life-saving transplant from his father last month.
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Health: Tiffany Crawford - 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: International Federation - weighing - Red Cross
COVID infection rates have surged in Afghanistan by 2,400% over the past month, according to the International…
COVID infection rates have surged in Afghanistan by 2,400% over the past month, according to the International Federation of Red Cross.
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Health: David Carrigg - Pfizer
Pfizer or Moderna now considered a better second dose for someone who had AstraZeneca as their first shot
Pfizer or Moderna now considered a better second dose for someone who had AstraZeneca as their first shot