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COVID-19 Testing Drops, Still Essential,... Accurate and timely testing remains critical for treating and isolating individuals with COVID-19 infection. Widespread testing also allows for tracking the spread of the virus and any variants of concern as they arise.

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Reopening Long-Term Care Facilities ‘an... Relatives and advocates are calling for federal authorities to relax restrictions in long-term care institutions and grant special status to “essential caregivers” — family members or friends who provide critically important hands-on care — so they have the opportunity to tend to relatives in need.

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Houston Has a Problem: All the COVID Variants... A team of researchers in Houston has sequenced the genomes of coronavirus from 20,400 COVID-19 patients treated at a single health system there, and they've found cases of all the major variants that public health experts say could increase the transmission of the virus or the severity of infection.

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Why Blood Type May Matter for COVID Infection A new study provides further evidence that people with certain blood types may be more likely to contract COVID-19.

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Kids’ Dental Anesthesia: What Parents Should... A handful of tragic cases involving children who died during dental appointments have prompted a closer look at pediatric dentists’ growing use of anesthesia for kids having routine procedures like cavity fillings, root canals, and tooth extractions.

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NIH Halts Trial of Convalescent Plasma for Mild... According to the NIH, patients in a clinical trial with mild to moderate COVID-19 symptoms did not benefit from convalescent plasma treatment.

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Social Media, Kids' Binge Eating Often Go... New research suggests hours spent scrolling through social media and watching TV trigger binge eating in preteens.

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Choosing Generic Rx Drugs Could Save Medicare... Wider use of prescription generic drugs could save Medicare nearly $2 billion a year, researchers say.

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Biden Vows Enough COVID-19 Vaccine for Every... The president also said teachers, school employees and child care workers will be able to get at least their first dose in March.

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Skipping Mammograms Raises Odds for Breast Cancer New findings are concerning given the widespread delays and cancellations of preventative cancer screenings that took place during early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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WebMD Survey: Many Parents Back Kid, Teacher... A majority of parents of teens and preteens say they plan to vaccinate their kids against COVID-19 within a year of the shots being authorized for use in children. But parents of younger age groups were less certain about their vaccination plans.

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Could ADHD Raise Odds for More Psychiatric... Experts say the more pressing issue is making sure that children with ADHD get the care they need in the first place.

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Black, Hispanic Communities' Concern Over... A new report finds U.S. racial and ethnic minority communities expect and experience more barriers when accessing dementia care.

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Strep Throat Doesn't Worsen Tourette's, May... A new sturdy finds strep throat doesn't appear to aggravate Tourette syndrome in youngsters, but may affect kids with ADHD.

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'Telestroke' Care at Hospitals Is Improving... Consulting with a stroke specialist who could be miles away is helping to lead to better patient outcomes, new research shows.

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Pot May Not Be the Best Rx for a Migraine Marijuana use has been linked to rebound headaches, which can occur when pain medication is overused.

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The Emotional Side of Lung Cancer A condition like lung cancer can trigger a wide range of emotions such as grief, anger, and feeling helpless. Everyone is different, so there’s no “normal” way to feel. But no matter where you are in your journey, these strategies can help you cope.

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Home Schooling: Pros, Cons, and What You Need... Many parents turned to home schooling in the wake of pandemic uncertainty. If you’re thinking about it, here’s a look at the pros and cons, plus other things you need to know to get started.

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What Are the Different Parenting Styles? There’s no one set way to parent your children. Learn about the pros and cons of various styles.

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A Day in the Life of My Heart Failure Heart failure has slowed Aimee Rodriguez Zepeda down, but it hasn’t stopped her. Here’s how she manages the condition every day.

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Healthier 2021: You've Got to Believe in Yourself Believing is the key to unlocking doors. For me, it’s knowing that I can continue this wellness journey by making the best choices for me.

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U.S. Flu Vaccinations Hit New Record High This... While many Americans await their turn for the COVID vaccine, a potentially record-setting number have already had their flu shot.

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Pandemic Unemployment Has Taken Its Own Deadly... A new study suggests that 30,000-plus Americans have died due to pandemic-related unemployment.

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DVT Cases and COVID: What Are the Links? Doctors have found more blood clot cases, like DVT and PE, during the pandemic. Find out what might cause these conditions, how they relate to COVID-19, and what impacts the combined illnesses may create.

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COVID: Mental Health 'Epidemic' in Communities... Communities of color face a wave of mental health problems as a result of how the pandemic has changed the way people interact and grieve, experts warn.

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Face Shields May Cut COVID Spread in Hair Salons Just having a chat in a hair salon can spread the coronavirus that causes COVID-19, a new study finds.

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Meds May Help Fight Severe... Rheumatoid arthritis drugs may save lives of patients hospitalized with severe cases of COVID-19, according to a groundbreaking clinical trial.

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Why Is Liver Cancer More Lethal for Black... A new study looks at this aggressive type of cancer and current screening guidelines.

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Very Low COVID Infection Rate Among Dental... Dental hygienists have a low rate of COVID-19, even though their jobs are considered high-risk, a new study says.

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Mental Illness Not a Factor in Most Mass... Contrary to what many believe, a new study finds that mental illness isn't a factor in most mass shootings or other types of mass murder.

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