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Adding to mounting evidence of racial health inequities in the United States, two University of Rochester in New York studies published yesterday in the...

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Today, PLOS Medicine published two large COVID-19 studies, one a meta-analysis of 79 international studies showing that most infected patients eventually have symptoms, and...

Four arrested after Black man’s body found burning in a ditch in Iowa

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One of men arrested, 31-year-old Steven Vogel, who is White, was already in jail on unrelated charges and is now facing charges of first-degree...

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The United States passed the grim milestone of 200,000 deaths from COVID-19 today on the first day of fall, cases are rising nationally, and...

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Three studies published late last week describe in-flight COVID-19 transmission, with one involving a single symptomatic passenger who likely infected at least 12 others...

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Today the United States edged close to the grim milestone of 200,000 deaths from the coronavirus as the drop in new COVID-19 cases seen...

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Twitter users were most likely to retweet public health agency tweets that contained practical information on the medical effects of COVID-19, how to mitigate...

Florida alligator attack: A woman was attacked by a 10-foot alligator while trimming trees

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The 27-year-old woman was trimming by the edge of a lake near a country club in Fort Myers on September 10 when the alligator...

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The global total today approached 30 million COVID-19 cases, as cases in India continued to accelerate and flare-ups in Europe prompted targeted measures.In addition,...

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A large new study of patients who received either azithromycin or amoxicillin found no increased risk of cardiac events associated with azithromycin, except among...