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Viruses May Jump from Bats to People More Often... Scientists studying coronaviruses like the one that causes COVID-19 are taking blood samples from people in regions where there are lots of bats to estimate how often people encounter the viruses they carry.

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How Black Women Have Fought the HIV Epidemic... The Black women members of the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA) are far from the first to bring their expertise to the HIV epidemic, as Daniel Royles, PhD, an assistant professor of history at Florida International University, learned when he started working on a history of AIDS activism in Philadelphia.

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Re-Aligned U.S. HIV Panel Works to Rebuild... In August, when Assistant Secretary for Health Rachel Levine swore in eight new members to the President’s Advisory Council on HIV/AIDS (PACHA), the U.S.’s most influential policy sounding board of people living with HIV, their clinicians, drug makers, and public health leaders, she was presiding over the largest group of HIV advisers since former President Donald Trump fired the entire membership in June 2017.

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Radically Accepting Life With Psoriasis How does the concept of radical acceptance help with a chronic illness? Hear from one woman living with psoriasis.

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As Opioid Deaths Climb, Human Trials Begin for... The effort comes as the CDC reported that opioid deaths hit another record in 2020.

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How Plant-Based 'Meat' May Help You and Save... The explosion in the plant-based food market has many advocates hoping the plethora of new products will be part of a food revolution that aims to improve our health and save our planet.

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Having a Cousin or Grandparent With Colon... A new study finds if you have a second- or third-degree relative who had colon cancer at an early age, your odds of having the disease substantially increases.

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WHO: Africa Will Get 30% of COVID Vaccines It... Low vaccination rates in Africa are reported as richer countries like the U.S. begin giving booster shots.

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Your Diet Could Cut Your Odds for Severe COVID-19 A new study suggests a diet full of fruits and vegetables may help lower your risk of COVID-19 than those with unhealthy diets.

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Want to See What COVID Strain You Have? The... The country is dotted with labs that sequence the genomes of COVID-19 cases, and the CDC tracks those results. But federal rules say those results are not allowed to make their way back to patients or doctors.

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9/11 First Responders Face Higher Cancer Risk... Compared with firefighters from other major U.S. cities, researchers found those exposed to the 9/11 disaster had higher risks of both prostate and thyroid cancers.

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Fatal Opioid ODs Keep Rising in Black Americans Racial inequities in U.S. health care and social services -- as well as the spread of the powerful opioid fentanyl -- are a likely reasons for the continued increase in OD deaths among Black Americans.

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Public Reaction to Biden Vaccine Push Varied... Across social media, supporters and critics of President Joe Biden's new plan to boost American vaccine rates offered sharp opinions.

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Biden Vaccine Mandate Rule Could Be Ready... Critics of the new mandates say they impinge on personal freedom and impose burdensome requirements on businesses.

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New Tally Adds 16,000 Nursing Home Residents... A new study suggests COVID-19 in U.S. nursing homes appears grossly underestimated because federal guidelines did not require nursing homes to report cases and deaths until May 24, 2020 -- months after the pandemic began.

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FDA Moves to Block Some Vape Products, Delays... The FDA has ordered millions of e-cigarette products off the public market while saying it needs more time to review vape products sold by leading retailers like Juul, the country’s largest e-cigarette maker.

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Sweeping New Vaccine Mandates Will Impact Most... President Joe Biden on Thursday announced a host of new plans to rein in COVID-19’s runaway transmission in the U.S., including sweeping vaccine mandates that will affect 100 million American workers, nearly two-thirds of the country’s workforce.

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Biden to Announce New Steps to Rein in... Biden’s hope is to reset the U.S. response to the pandemic amid of a surge of new cases, hospitalizations, and deaths caused by the Delta variant.

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The Hidden Costs of School Shootings According to one accounting, at least 14 school shootings have occurred in the U.S. since March, and 151 students, teachers, and others have been killed and 323 have been injured in school shootings since 1999.

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More Affordable Housing, Healthier Hearts? Researchers found that places that had inclusionary zoning also had fewer residents with high blood pressure and higher cholesterol compared to communities without these programs.

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Judge Rules Against Florida's Ban on School... School districts in Florida can require their students to wear masks, despite the governor's order blocking mask mandates – for now at least.

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