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covid-sniffing-dogs-are-accurate-but-wide-use-faces-hurdles
Dog noses are great Covid-19 detectors, according to numerous laboratory studies, and Covid detection dogs have already started working at airports in other countries and at some events in the US, like a Miami Heat basketball game.However, some public health and sniffer dog training experts say more information and planning is needed to ensure they are accurate in real-life...
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biogen-alzheimers-drug-and-the-new-battle-over-dementia-treatment
Aduhelm from BiogenSource: BiogenThe FDA approval of Biogen's Alzheimer's drug Aduhelm marked a milestone in Dr. Paul Aisen. The director of the Alzheimer's Therapeutic Research Institute at USC has focused on the treatment of neurodegenerative disease for the past three decades and in recent years has helped guide this particular drug through the various phases of clinical...
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suicide-attempts-among-young-girls-surged-by-more-than-50-during-pandemic-cdc-says
Chameleon eye | iStock | Getty ImagesSuicide attempts increased among 12 to 17 year olds, especially teenage girls, during the Covid-19 pandemic and got worse the longer the social distancing orders and bans on, according to new data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Government continued.Visits to emergency rooms in hospitals among adolescents had already...
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the-fda-reportedly-forces-jj-to-scrap-about-60-million-doses-of-its-covid-vaccine
A detail of the Janssen Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine that is not currently being issued because it has been put on hold.Allen J. Cockroaches | Los Angeles Times | Getty ImagesFederal regulators are forcing Johnson & Johnson to scrap approximately 60 million doses of the Covid-19 vaccine made at a troubled Baltimore facility operated by Emergent...
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how-to-reopen-offices-safely
Many American offices have been virtually empty for the past 15 months. Conference rooms and cubicles remained unused, elevators not called, files untouched. Whiteboards became time capsules. Succulents had to take care of themselves.But many of these jobs will slowly come back to life in the coming weeks. According to a recent poll by the Partnership...
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bitcoin-2021-attendees-report-covid-cases-after-returning-from-miami
Some of the 12,000 attendees who flew to Miami for the largest Bitcoin event in history last weekend have started testing positive for Covid.Bitcoin 2021 attracted crypto enthusiasts from around the world to the Mana Wynwood Convention Center in the arts and entertainment district of Miami. For three days, conference attendees huddled in overcrowded lecture halls, happy and...
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5-things-to-know-before-the-stock-market-opens-thursday-june-10
Here are the top news, trends, and analysis investors need to start their trading day:1. Dow futures rise despite hotter inflation data; S&P 500 close to recordTraders on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, June 4, 2021.Source: NYSEDow futures rose Thursday despite an unexpectedly hotter-than-expected consumer inflation report. The Dow posted its third straight losing...
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