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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India making comeback from coronavirus illnessess with less than 11K daily cases

Fox News Flash top headlines for February 15 Fox News Flash top headlines are here. Check out what’s clicking on Foxnews.com. NEW DELHI — When the coronavirus pandemic took hold in India, there were fears it would sink the fragile health system of the world’s second-most populous country. Infections climbed dramatically for months and at one point India looked like it might […]

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Inhaling statins rather than taking as a pill could end side-effects

Inhaling a lower dose of statins rather than taking them as a pill could end the scourge of side-effects, research suggests Inhaling Statins instead of taking them as a pill could stop common side-effects   Research by University of California, U.S, says this is due to doses being ‘lower’  30 per cent of patients prescribed statins stop taking them due to […]

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Tony Bennett Has Had Alzheimer’s for More Than 4 Years—But He Hasn't Stopped Performing

Singer Tony Bennett has revealed that he has Alzheimer's disease—in fact, he's had the disease for more than four years. Bennett and his family made the announcement through an in-depth interview with AARP that was published on February 1. Bennett first started experiencing symptoms of his disease in 2015. Initially, he was having trouble remembering musicians' names onstage. Although he […]

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Live Updates: US sets single day record with more than 3,000 new coronavirus deaths

Pfizer coronavirus vaccine is ‘very, very safe’ despite UK allergy warning: Dr. Marc Siegel Dr. Marc Siegel discusses coronavirus vaccine safety and distribution on ‘America’s Newsroom.’ The U.S. recorded more than 3,000 new coronavirus related deaths Wednesday, a single-day record, according to reports.  New cases per day have increased to more than 200,000 on average. The number of patients hospitalized […]

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US gun violence: Too many people have died in 2020 – and COVID played a larger part than you think

Recent reports here and elsewhere in the media have focused on gun violence in the US, reporting a dramatic rise in mass shootings in 2020—despite the pandemic—which by November had overtaken the total for 2019. The term mass shooting conjures up images of Columbine and Parkland, but the story for 2020 is more complex. How many mass shootings there have […]

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