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Today during a White House COVID-19 pandemic response briefing, the White House COVID-19 coordinator, Jeff Zients, said, “Now is not the time to change...

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A complex picture of increased vaccine demand in the face of increased activity from SARS-CoV-2 variants is prompting global health groups to search for...

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During the pandemic, Native Americans have had 2.2 times greater COVID-19 case incidence and almost quadruple the death rate of White people in Montana,...

Bowling Green State University expels fraternity for hazing in wake of student’s death

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"This expulsion is because of hazing, which is absolutely intolerable," Solis said in the campus-wide statement. "The University's investigation found the fraternity to be...

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Two studies today in the New England Journal of Medicine describe 11 patients in Austria and Germany and 5 in Norway who developed an...

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Following an incident at the Emergent BioSolutions facility in Baltimore last week, which saw workers accidentally mixing ingredients of vaccines from AstraZeneca and Johnson...

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Fifteen percent of healthcare workers at a Swedish hospital who recovered from mild COVID-19 at least 8 months before report at least one moderate...

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Vaccine advisors from two regulatory groups in Europe today shared their latest investigation findings into blood clots in some AstraZeneca-Oxford COVID-19 vaccine recipients, with...

30 million people in the South threatened by severe weather Wednesday

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"The risk today runs from Iowa to the Gulf Coast. Storms to the north have a higher risk of wind damage and storms farther...

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An international study that identified a dramatic increase in out-of-hospital cardiac arrests (OHCAs) preceding and paralleling the COVID-19 pandemic suggests that OHCA is yet...