San Francisco Chronicle

As cases sharply decline, California has the lowest coronavirus transmission rates of any...

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The Guardian

Data also finds smokers more likely to die from disease compared with those who have never smoked

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Daily Mail

On September 7, while in a medically induced coma at St Luke's Boise Medical Center, Kimberly Rangel, of Meridien, Idaho, went into premature labor and her baby boy did not survive.

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Daily Mail

UK study took 12 people with type 2 diabetes with a normal weight and put them on low calorie diet. Once they shed 10-15% of their weight 8 of them went into remission.

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KGW.com

The new cases and deaths include data for the three-day period between Sept. 24-26.

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Minneapolis Star Tribune

Unusual summer RSV surge has Minnesota doctors worried about respiratory illnesses now that masks are off, people are gathering.

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WRAL.com

Tyler Gilreath had just moved into his new dorm room at UNC Wilmington and was about to start his Junior year of college.

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New York Times

Two leaders of the office had publicly questioned whether the general population needed coronavirus booster shots and recently announced plans to retire.

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WBAY

The DHS reports the fewest doses of COVID-19 vaccine administered last week than any week since the end of July.

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Reuters

The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further study to corroborate the findings and that have yet to be certified by peer review.

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Eatthis.com

If you're struggling with hair loss, making this one simple change to your diet—eating less fat—may help, a new study finds.

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Las Vegas Review-Journal

New cases, deaths, hospitalizations and test positivity rate all trended lower over the weekend, the Southern Nevada Health District reports.

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HuffPost

The president got a booster dose days after a third shot of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine was approved for those who are older than 65 or have health risks.

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Fox News

According to the Centers for Disease Control Prevention (CDC), the salmonella outbreak, from an unknown food source, has infected nearly 280 people.

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Runner's World (UK)

I'm pretty sure following my weekly long runs with a cold plunge helped boost my recovery.

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Ctvnews.ca

DNA researchers have created 3D reconstructions of the faces of three Ancient Egyptian men after processing genetic samples from mummies.​

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Lifehacker.com

Salt prevents bad bacteria from thriving—so how can it "go bad"?

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WIS10

DHEC encourages everyone to get vaccinated as new variants spread across the U.S.

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KCCI Des Moines

The Iowa Department of Public Health released new COVID-19 data Monday morning.

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