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The vast majority of respiratory viruses that spread within our population ebb and flow with the seasons. Influenza spikes in the winter months, as do ...

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As Europe and the U.S. prepare to turn the page from the emergency stage of the coronavirus pandemic, countries once deemed winners for using strict ...

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Throughout the pandemic, health care providers working in the trenches have warned of the ripple effect of COVID surges. When cases jump, hospitals that are ...

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The Center for Health, Work & Environment at the Colorado School of Public Health (ColoradoSPH) and the Colorado Consortium on Climate Change and ...

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While other medical systems across the country failed to maintain HIV screening volumes throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the University of Chicago ...

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IMAGE: Straight and clear epithelial barrier of healthy bronchial epithelial cells (at the top) and leaky and damaged asthmatic epithelial cells ...

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IMAGE: The survey finds the fear is even more pronounced among Black workers, who are 50% more likely to remain in an unwanted job than their ...

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IMAGE: Example of an illustrated message. view more  Credit: Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior Philadelphia, May 6, 2021 ...

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(MAY 6, 2021) New York, NY - With around 30 percent of the U.S. population now fully vaccinated, the rate of daily vaccinations has started to slow, ...

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Social factors such as education, financial stability, food security and the neighborhood where someone resides were strongly correlated with whether or ...

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