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22/09/2020
Fox news: Woman, 102, beats coronavirus after surviving cancer, 1918 flu pandemic...
The novel coronavirus was apparently no match for a 102-year-old woman in New Hampshire. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Abc news: UK's Johnson slams brakes on reopening as COVID cases surge...
British PM Johnson slammed the brakes on the country's return to offices. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Voa news: Trash Tsunami Blights Honduras Beach ...
A massive wave of trash has washed up on the beaches of Omoa in northern Honduras, leaving pristine tropical beaches blighted by piles of garbage. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Huffingtonpost: How A Supreme Court Vacancy Could Spell The End Of Legal Abortion ...
A legal scholar on the fate of Roe v. Wade after the death of liberal giant Ruth Bader Ginsburg. [Read more]
22/09/2020
Cbs news: Amid anti-COVID efforts, South Africa "didn't have a flu season"...
One senior public health official credits basic measures like masks and hand washing with giving South Africa a virtually flu-free year. [Read more]
20/09/2020
New York times: Health Officials Tiptoe Around Trump's Coronavirus Vaccine Timeline...
New Zealand says it will ease its virus measures. Lockdowns return as Europe faces a second wave. [Read more]
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23/09/2020
A new study suggests a mosquito-borne illness called dengue may afford some immunity against coronavirus. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is discouraging Americans from participating in traditional trick-or-treating and indoor costume parties this year due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Authorities in Maine have issued over a dozen citations to businesses in noncompliance with coronavirus guidelines since late August, marking a rush from just two since the pandemic began, according to a news outlet. [Read more]
23/09/2020
In addition to possibly helping to protect the liver, coffee could also aide in colon cancer patients' longevity, according to a new study.  [Read more]
23/09/2020
Immigration authorities have stopped sending detained women to a rural Georgia gynecologist accused of performing surgeries without consent [Read more]
23/09/2020
Saudi Arabia says Muslims will be allowed to perform the smaller, year-round pilgrimage starting Oct. 4 as the kingdom gradually begins lifting a suspension that had been in place on Islam's holiest site for the past seven months due to the coronavirus [Read more]
23/09/2020
San Diego County has been spared having to close businesses under California's revised system for reopening the economy [Read more]
23/09/2020
The Oklahoma Department of Corrections has reported that two inmates have died due to COVID-19 and seven other deaths are possibly the result of the disease, which is caused by the coronavirus [Read more]
23/09/2020
Officials say Pascale Ferrier is also a suspect regarding ricin-laced letters sent to law enforcement officials in Texas [Read more]
23/09/2020
Charles Michel was exposed to COVID-19 during contact with a security guard who had tested positive [Read more]
23/09/2020
Other higher-risk activities are crowded costume parties, indoor haunted houses and going on hayrides [Read more]
23/09/2020
Documents allege that some of the world's biggest banks have allowed $2 trillion worth of suspicious or fraudulent activity to take place [Read more]
23/09/2020
It's “a bald faced lie," Olivia Troye said. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The president's blatantly false claim came just one day before coronavirus deaths in the U.S. surpassed 200,000. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The update comes after reports alleged that Dr. Mahendra Amin was removing reproductive organs from women detained at the Irwin County Detention Center. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Pastor Todd Bell of Calvary Baptist Church has encouraged indoor singing, scorned masks, and cautioned against eventually using a COVID-19 vaccine. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The U.S. leads the world in coronavirus deaths and still has the most cases in the world, with over 6.8 million people sickened by the virus since January. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The United States has for many months had the highest number of infections and deaths in the world. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Public health officials, drug companies and the White House keep offering conflicting timelines for when a vaccine will be approved and distributed to the American public. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The CDC also stresses that Halloween costume masks are not acceptable substitutes for cloth masks. [Read more]
23/09/2020
The administration's experts tried to find a way to support both the president and the reality of scientific and medical constraints he doesn't always recognize. [Read more]
23/09/2020
There is accumulating evidence that the benefits of statins far outweigh possible risks, and nearly all statins on the market are now available as inexpensive generics. [Read more]
23/09/2020
An Iowa school district that defied a reopening order is moving toward a “hybrid' model. South Korea suspends a plan to provide free flu shots to 19 million people. [Read more]
23/09/2020
Over 200,000 people have died in the United States, a staggering toll that comes as the virus spreads to places that were spared early on. [Read more]