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Most US patients saw an increase in days of supply (DOS) for medication for chronic conditions during the pandemic, but prescription data still showed...

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The world's number of new COVID-19 cases rose for the sixth week in a row, as vaccine experts continue to weigh reports of rare...

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Two studies today describe new findings in the COVID-19–associated multisystem inflammatory syndrome in children (MIS-C) and the distinct but similar Kawasaki disease (KD).Low blood...

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Phylicia Rashād on the legacy of the AKAs highlighted in the ‘Twenty Pearls’ documentary

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"When you pledge a fraternity or a sorority, you learn the names of the founders and the year in which it was founded," she...

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Over the weekend, the United States administered 4 million COVID-19 vaccines on a single day, a new record that comes as the country has...

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Four new studies highlight the dangers of COVID-19 in cramped prisons with inmates transferred among facilities, scarce testing resources and personal protective equipment (PPE),...

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Racial disparities in COVID vaccine uptake noted, even in health workersRacial and ethnic differences in intention to receive a COVID-19 vaccine were comparable across...

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Study: More stillbirths, maternal deaths during COVID pandemicThe first global assessment of the collateral impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on pregnancy outcomes found a...

White supremacy graffiti was found on Northern Kentucky University’s campus for the second time...

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"NKU will not tolerate the white supremacy graffiti defacing our campus today or any day," the school's president, Ashish Vaidya, said in a statement...