Coronavirus World Map: Tracking The Spread Of The Outbreak – NPR

Coronavirus World Map: Tracking The Spread Of The Outbreak – NPR  Coronavirus World Map: Tracking The Spread Of The Outbreak – NPR coronavirus world map tracking the spread of the outbreak npr

This page is updated regularly. Since the new coronavirus was first reported in Wuhan, China, in December, the infectious respiratory disease COVID-19 has spread rapidly within China and to neighboring countries and beyond. The first confirmed coronavirus cases outside China occurred on Jan. 20, in Japan, Thailand and South Korea. On Jan. 21, the first…

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I’m a Doctor and Here’s How You’re Ruining Your Vision – Yahoo Lifestyle

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You're staring at a screen right now. And chances are, you don't know the #1 thing you can do to protect your eyes while doing so. That's why we wrote this. The truth is that the power is within your sights—diet, lifestyle choices and good eye hygiene have a lot to do with preserving vision…

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Woman becomes allergic to all food and has to be fed through her heart – Yahoo Lifestyle

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Lauren Wittering suffers from a condition called mast cell activation syndrome. (Image supplied SWNS)A woman has become allergic to all foods and even certain smells can cause her to suffer a potentially life-threatening allergic reaction.Lauren Wittering, 20, from Kettering, Northamptonshire, suffers from a condition known as mast cell activation syndrome, or MCAS, where a person’s…

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‘Trojan horse’ treatment makes cancer self-destruct without use of drugs – RT

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A new experimental treatment reportedly tricks cancer cells into self-destructing, without the use of any drugs, providing new hope for winning the war on many different types of the disease. The treatment involves a nanoparticle coated in an amino acid called L-phenylalanine. The chemical is not naturally produced in the body but is instead absorbed…

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Those Dying From Covid-19 Are Least Likely to Own Life Insurance – The Wall Street Journal

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U.S. life insurers are paying out far fewer Covid-19 death claims than initially expected, largely because the virus is disproportionately killing people with little to no insurance. In the past few weeks, many life-insurance companies have sharply reduced estimates of their exposure, as measured by payouts per 100,000 U.S. Covid-19 fatalities. Estimates have come down…

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Families of 3 Mass. health care workers share memories of their loved ones lost to COVID-19 – Boston.com

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Rose Taldon delighted in cooking for her loved ones — the bigger the family gathering, the better. David Ferranti was a history buff, attentive to the needs of others, with a passion for gardening. Cindy Locklear was a doting grandmother and great-grandmother who loved walking her dogs. All three were dedicated to caring for others;…

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Mobile Clinics Speed Addiction Treatment To Rural Colorado : Shots – Health News – NPR

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Each mobile clinic has a nurse, a counselor and a peer specialist — all trained to drive a 34-foot-long motor home. "I never thought when I went to nursing school that I'd be doing this," says Christi Couron, as she pumps 52 gallons of diesel fuel into the vehicle. Markian Hawryluk/Kaiser Health News hide caption…

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Some countries are eying Sweden’s ‘light-touch’ Covid response. It’s a gamble that could backfire – CNN

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Some countries are eying Sweden's 'light-touch' Covid response. It's a gamble that could backfire - CNN

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Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today  Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today coronavirus briefing what happened today

U.S.|Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened TodaySome researchers have begun testing experimental vaccines on themselves.Sept. 1, 2020ImageCredit...The New York TimesRussia’s government said coronavirus cases there have passed one million.New York City is delaying the start of its school year by 10 days, until Sept. 21, as part of a deal to avert a teachers’ strike.Senate Republicans say…

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Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today

Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today  Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened Today coronavirus briefing what happened today

U.S.|Coronavirus Briefing: What Happened TodayResearch shows that coronavirus infections “are moving up the age bands”Sept. 24, 2020ImageCredit...The New York TimesThe number of U.S. workers who filed unemployment claims last week rose to 825,000, as layoffs remained high during the pandemic.Gov. Andrew Cuomo of New York said the state will conduct its own review of vaccines,…

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