The Delta variant is quickly on its way to becoming the dominant strain of Covid-19 in the US, raising concerns that outbreaks could hit vulnerable communities come fall.
Published At: 2021-06-14T07:09:00Z
Madeline Holcombe, CNN
The United States had administered 309,322,545 doses of COVID-19 vaccines and distributed 374,398,105 doses in the country as of Sunday morning, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said.
Published At: 2021-06-14T03:11:00Z
Health experts emphasize need for even those who have had disease to get inoculated
Published At: 2021-06-13T21:06:00Z
Guardian staff reporter
Dr. Larry Brilliant spoke with Harry Siegel about why it’s too late to hope for herd immunity despite the “magic” of vaccines, and much more.
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KOCO 5 is keeping you updated on the COVID-19 pandemic in Oklahoma. Keep checking this story for updates on vaccination rates, latest data update of new cases, along with local and national headlines.
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Blood sugar-lowering drug Metformin can prevent pulmonary or lung inflammation, a major factor in Covid-19 severity and mortality, researchers have found in studies of mice infected by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.
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Set aside every scrap of iron inside a human body and you might have enough to fashion a nail or two. As for copper, you'd be lucky to extract just enough to make a small earring.
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Deirdre Lawson was living her best life before the pandemic -- if she wasn't traveling, she was going to concerts, movies or doing other activities with friends -- often at the spur of the moment.
Published At: 2021-06-13T13:51:00Z
David Williams, CNN
Highly infectious coronavirus can change human cells, making them fuse with two or more nearby cells
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CDC to discuss rare heart inflammation following vaccine
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Workers fight for permanent improvements to wages and benefits as many are concerned about safety and angry over working conditions
Published At: 2021-06-13T09:01:00Z
While most people with severe COVID-19 were adults, experts are also learning how seemingly mild cases of COVID-19 have turned into debilitating cases of long-haul COVID-19.
Published At: 2021-06-13T07:07:30Z
Linton and Beverly Bell were so excited as they got ready to welcome their ‘wash-belly’. The moment he entered the world, his mom said, their baby Noel was actually bawling. That’s good, right? Not in this case, as his cry was really groaning. Mrs...
Published At: 2021-06-13T05:11:40Z
US biotech says pandemic has helped it accelerate development of new class of drugs
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The medication, empagliflozin, is thought to stimulate the heart, making it more efficient and leading to 'significant improvements' in function after just three months.
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Monkeypox causes a rash and pus-filled blisters to grow on the body.
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Teenagers hospitalized for suspected suicide attempts saw a spike during COVID-19 lockdowns in 2020 and 2021. A new ...
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Today in the U.S., about 1.2 million people are living with HIV, including more than half whose treatment has prevented the disease from progressing, the CDC says.
Published At: 2021-06-12T18:00:00Z
Hospitals in Democratic Republic of Congo's capital Kinshasa are "overwhelmed" by a rise in COVID-19 infections, President Felix Tshisekedi said on Saturday, as the country was hit by a third wave of the disease.
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