CNBC

A new UCSF study has found that time-restricted eating, a health fad with many adherents in Silicon Valley and Hollywood, doesn't seem to help people lose weight.

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Fox News

By week 5 of the study, 70% of patients with coronavirus were categorized as initial low viral load.

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Salt Lake Tribune

Editor’s note: The Salt Lake Tribune is providing free access to critical stories about the coronavirus. Sign up for our Top Stories newsletter, sent to your inbox every weekday morning. To support j…

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The Columbian

Clark County recorded the largest number of new COVID-19 cases ever for a weekend today, with 127 new cases since Friday, according to Clark County Public Health.

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News On 6

The Tulsa Health Department has launched another section on its COVID-19 webpage. Information on cases by ZIP code has been reported, but it is now available in searchable form.

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Reuters

Quebec, the Canadian province hardest hit by the novel coronavirus, reported another sharp increase in daily infections on Monday, amid media reports that Premier Francois Legault would announce new restrictions for Montreal and capital Quebec City.

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WMTW Portland

The Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention reported 12 additional coronavirus cases and no new deaths on Monday.

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NBC News

New York City sheriffs break up indoor wedding in Queens with nearly 300 guests amid rising Covid-19 cases.

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Raw Story

Forbes says President Donald Trump is a billionaire, but he has more than a billion dollars in debt. The New York Times Sunday evening dropped a bombshell investigation into Trump’s taxes, after having obtained twenty years of his returns. The Times reported …

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FiercePharma

Pfizer CEO Albert Bourla and his vaccine partner BioNTech have said the companies expect phase 3 data by the end of October—and that an FDA application could follow. But more than 60 researchers and bioethicists urged the partners to wait for more safety data…

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Fox News

Most Americans are still vulnerable to coronavirus infection, according to the findings of a study published Friday that echo recent comments made by a top official at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Vox

There are two ways to reach herd immunity for Covid-19: the slow way, and the catastrophic way.

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Avon, CT Patch

The NJ residents became ill between Aug. 18-24, and two died. The disease is not spread from person-to-person and the risk remains low.

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CNN

A new study reveals that this cold, rainy weather was part of a once-in-a-century climate anomaly that occurred from 1914 to 1919 and added to the severity of the 1918 pandemic -- research that has eerie similarities to the coronavirus crisis.

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CBS News

South Dakota ranks second in the country in the number of new cases per capita in the last two weeks.

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BBC News

National Police Chiefs Council says officers should not install contact-tracing app on work phones.

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Daily Mail

A study from Massachusetts General Hospital used an artificial intelligence model to assess the difference between a person's actual age and the biological age of their brain.

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CNBC

"There are states that are starting to show an uptick in cases and even some increase in hospitalizations in some states," Dr. Anthony Fauci said on Monday.

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New York Post

A UK government science adviser warned Sunday that ongoing lockdowns just “defer the problem” — and warned that a third wave of the coronavirus next year is “entirely possible.”

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