Fewer than 2% of Colorado’s COVID cases since mid-January involve people who’ve been fully vaccinated – The Denver Post

Fewer than 2% of the COVID-19 cases confirmed in Colorado since mid-January have involved people fully vaccinated against the virus, according to data released Wednesday that demonstrates just how rare it is to get the disease once protected. Colorado is seeing a decline in new cases of COVID-19, which public health officials have largely attributed to rising levels of vaccination. There […]

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‘Better Than the Hospital’: Pandemic Boosts Care for Serious Illnesses at Home

Late last year, Janet Yetenekian was one of the thousands of people in Southern California whose case of covid-19 was serious enough to send her to the hospital. But Yetenekian’s recovery was not typical: She received hospital-level care in her own home in Glendale. “It was even better than the hospital,” Yetenekian said, laughing. “They were constantly reaching out — […]

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Kristin Cavallari Says Raising Girls Is Harder Than Boys: 'Girls Are Drama’

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More than a dozen states to open COVID-19 vaccines to all adults – The Denver Post

More than a dozen states will open vaccine eligibility to all adults this week in a major expansion of COVID-19 shots for tens of millions of Americans amid a worrisome increase in virus cases and concerns about balancing supply and demand for the vaccines. Meanwhile, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Monday that she had […]

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230,000 more deaths than expected between 2010-18, according to new study

A study by the University of Liverpool has found a larger than expected increase in deaths between 2010-2018 and this can be partly associated with the impact of fiscal austerity measures. Published in the Journal of Public Health, researchers estimate that 231,707 more people died between 2010-11 and 2017-18 than was originally anticipated and these deaths were found in areas […]

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Fewer than 1% of people are reinfected with COVID-19

Fewer than 1% of COVID-19 survivors are reinfected with the virus – but those aged 65 or older are nearly 50% more likely to get the disease twice compared to younger people, new study finds Researchers looked at people in Denmark who were tested for coronavirus during the first wave and the second wave Just 0.65% who tested positive during the […]

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More than 800 Coloradans may have contracted COVID-19 twice, but confirmation hard to come by – The Denver Post

As many as 822 people in Colorado have been reinfected by the novel coronavirus that causes the disease COVID-19, according to new data provided by the state health department Monday. However, the state’s lab only has been able to confirm five cases of reinfection because of limited test specimens, according to a news release from the Colorado Department of Public […]

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Perceived discrimination makes black females more likely than males to exercise, eat healthy

Black men and women, as well as adolescent boys and girls, may react differently to perceived racial discrimination, with Black women and girls engaging in more exercise and better eating habits than Black men and boys when faced with discrimination, according to research published by the American Psychological Association. “In this study, Black women and girls didn’t just survive in […]

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