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Covid-19 is spreading at high rates across these regions even as the total number of new cases drops
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 22:54:28 GMT
Coronavirus continues to spread at high rates across the US South, Midwest and West, even as the total number of new Covid-19 cases has declined since a summer surge.
Tracking Covid-19 cases in the US
Medical group shares dos and don'ts of wearing a face mask
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 22:21:10 GMT
In an attempt to get every American behind the idea of wearing a face mask -- and behind an actual face mask -- to slow the spread of Covid-19, the Association of American Medical Colleges on Wednesday released simple, straight-forward national guidance for the public.
Tyler Perry's Camp Quarantine
Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Why I am not sending my kids back to school
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 20:33:26 GMT
One of the questions I am getting more than any other: Am I going to send my children back to school? As a father of three teen and preteen girls, this has been a constant discussion in our household, and it hasn't been easy. My girls want to go back to school, and they are placing enormous pressure on us parents to make it so. They miss their friends, the social structure and the immersion in humanity that kids need and crave at this age. Virtual learning has played an important role for them, but it is not a substitute for in-person learning, especially for younger kids. As things stand now, my children are scheduled to start school next week.
Pregnant amid the pandemic: The highs and lows
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 08:08:08 GMT
In early February, my partner and I discovered that I was pregnant.
In the shadow of Covid-19, mental health help can't come soon enough
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 10:16:33 GMT
When the flu pandemic hit the United States in 1918, medical care was a privilege reserved for the elite. But the widespread outbreak of a deadly virus did not adhere to social hierarchies. It highlighted an inadequate system that too few could access.
How to recognize Covid-19 symptoms in children, based on pediatricians' advice
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 12:15:23 GMT
Are parents really supposed to be reassured by all this talk about "mild" cases of Covid-19 in children? What about the unfortunate "few" youngsters who have died or come down with a strange and severe associated illness?
Over 900 health care workers have died from coronavirus. A new database tells their stories
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 15:20:51 GMT
Of the nearly 165,000 Americans who've died from the coronavirus, at least 900 reportedly were health care workers.
Try this 5-minute yoga routine before bedtime
Wed, 12 Aug 2020 08:09:06 GMT
Having a morning routine to boost energy is a great way to start the day, but what if you wake up every morning knowing that your bedtime routine is really to blame for your lack of energy and focus?
Previous vaccines and masks may hold down Covid-19, some researchers say
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 22:57:59 GMT
As US leaders work to control the spread of coronavirus, researchers across the globe are working to answer the mysteries that remain around infections.
US government strikes $1.525 billion deal with Moderna for 100 million doses of its experimental Covid-19 vaccine
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 23:12:14 GMT
The Trump administration has reached a deal with Moderna Inc. to manufacture and deliver 100 million doses of the company's Covid-19 vaccine once it is approved, according to a news release from the US Health and Human Services Department.
Reopening schools and virtual learning: Experts offer valuable insight
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 17:02:54 GMT
Schools should record student temperatures when children arrive every morning, advised a group of experts from Stanford University School of Medicine, as part of a multilevel screening program for students and staff.
There has been a 90% increase in Covid-19 cases in US children in the last four weeks, report says
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 09:50:12 GMT
As the nation focuses on safety issues around going back to school during the pandemic, a new report found a sharp increase in the number of Covid-19 cases among children in the United States.
Lawmakers want to clear e-cigarettes from market during the pandemic. Here's why
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 15:06:04 GMT
In a letter to the US Food and Drug Administration, lawmakers are urging the agency to temporarily clear the market of all e-cigarettes for the duration of the coronavirus crisis.
FDA won't 'cut corners' to approve a Covid-19 vaccine, commissioner says
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 06:06:58 GMT
Safety will not be compromised for a Covid-19 vaccine, the US Food and Drug Administration commissioner said Monday.
Back to school: 7 ways to win at online learning
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 08:20:28 GMT
Here we go again.
Tea, milk and other drinks to help you sleep (and some that will hurt)
Tue, 11 Aug 2020 08:24:08 GMT
We know to avoid coffee and chocolate before bedtime since both contain caffeine and can keep you awake at night. But what to replace those delicious options with?
What we can learn 100 years later from the 1918 flu pandemic
Tue, 17 Mar 2020 22:52:46 GMT
Pandemic: It's a scary word.
Mental health access is vital during pandemic, experts say
Many people may be experiencing increased anxiety during the pandemic, which experts say can be compounded by the sense of isolation that can come with social distancing.
Medical group shares dos and don'ts of wearing a face mask
In an attempt to get every American behind the idea of wearing a face mask -- and behind an actual face mask -- to slow the spread of Covid-19, the Association of American Medical Colleges on Wednesday released simple, straight-forward national guidance for the public.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta: Why I am not sending my kids back to school
One of the questions I am getting more than any other: Am I going to send my children back to school? As a father of three teen and preteen girls, this has been a constant discussion in our household, and it hasn't been easy. My girls want to go back to school, and they are placing enormous pressure on us parents to make it so. They miss their friends, the social structure and the immersion in humanity that kids need and crave at this age. Virtual learning has played an important role for them, but it is not a substitute for in-person learning, especially for younger kids. As things stand now, my children are scheduled to start school next week.
Over 900 health care workers have died from coronavirus. A new database tells their stories
Their lives are being compiled in a new interactive database from Kaiser Health News and the Guardian US. Among them are physicians, nurses, clinical support staff and cleaners at health care facilities who died after working on the "frontlines" of the pandemic.
How to recognize Covid-19 symptoms in children
As US schools and universities move forward with plans for full or partial in-person instruction, parents worry about the spread of coronavirus. Here's what we know about Covid-19's impact on children and how to identify the illness.
Try this 5-minute yoga routine before bedtime
In the first article in a five-part series, fitness expert Stephanie Mansour, host of PBS show "Step It Up With Steph," shares this five-minute yoga routine to help you sleep better every single night.
Pregnant amid the pandemic: The highs and lows
When Katie Hawkins-Gaar and her partner learned she was pregnant in February, little did they know they'd be preparing for parenthood amid the coronavirus outbreak. Here is her journey.
Russia's unproven coronavirus vaccine to be rolled out to high-risk people first
Russia's coronavirus vaccine will be gradually rolled out to high-risk people before a mass vaccination of Russians begins in October, the head of the group funding the research said on Wednesday.
US government strikes $1.525 billion deal with Moderna for 100 million doses of its Covid-19 vaccine
The Trump administration has reached a deal with Moderna Inc. to manufacture and deliver 100 million doses of the company's Covid-19 vaccine once it is approved, according to a news release from the US Health and Human Services Department.
Previous vaccines and masks may hold down Covid-19, some researchers say
As US leaders work to control the spread of coronavirus, researchers across the globe are working to answer the mysteries that remain around infections.
NIH chief says politically motivated approval of coronavirus vaccine 'cannot happen'
The director of the National Institutes of Health is putting his foot down.
 
 
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