Colorado nears 1,100 coronavirus deaths as serious COVID-19 cases appear to be falling

Colorado has recorded 1,091 deaths from the new coronavirus as the number of serious COVID-19 cases appears to be steadily falling, state health officials announced Thursday. There have been 3,789 people hospitalized since the outbreak was first confirmed in the state in early March, but only 514 people were in Colorado hospitals with symptoms of the illness as of Wednesday […]

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100 ventilators from national stockpile distributed to Colorado hospitals

A shipment of 100 ventilators were distributed to Colorado hospitals Thursday, a week after President Donald Trump promised the state’s Republican senator the same amount. The ventilators were initially distributed to 11 hospitals around the state, but may be moved around depending on need, the Colorado State Emergency Operations Center said Friday in a news release. The ventilators were allocated […]

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It’s now or never: Visual events have 100 milliseconds to hit brain target or go unnoticed

Researchers at the National Eye Institute (NEI) have defined a crucial window of time that mice need to key in on visual events. As the brain processes visual information, an evolutionarily conserved region known as the superior colliculus notifies other regions of the brain that an event has occurred. Inhibiting this brain region during a specific 100-millisecond window inhibited event […]

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Super-seniors: researchers solve the mystery of a hundred years – and that is in the cells

100 years old and still pretty fit – how do the Super-seniors? Japanese scientists have solved the puzzle, now to a large extent. A special feature in your immune system, protects the cells of the seniors in front of a fast decay and, above all, against cancer. Japan is considered the Land of the hundred-year-old. Nowhere else in the world, […]

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Johnsonville recalls nearly 100,000 pounds of sausage after 'green plastic' found in product

The company said approximately 95,393 pounds of sausage is impacted by the recall. (FSIS) Nearly 100,000 pounds of Johnsonville Jalapeño Cheddar smoked sausages were recalled after a customer complained about finding hard green plastic in the product. In a recall notice posted on the USDA’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) website, the company said impacted items were produced and […]

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This Is Why The First 100 Days of Your Baby's Life Are So Crucial

The early interactions a child has with their parents, siblings, grandparents, and caregivers make a lasting imprint on their brain. They influence how a child perceives the world and moves through it, setting up the brain for all future learning. Think of it like a house: If the foundation isn’t solid, the rest of the house will have problems. Brains […]

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