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With the winter months rolling in, it's essential that we keep our bodies healthy and thriving. According to UW Medicine, dry air and lower temperatures make it easier for illnesses to spread. In fact, many viruses actually survive better in colder temperatures, making them easier to spread …

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Five of the eight new cases in Washington and Warren counties Sunday were people who were already quarantined, which reduces the chance of spread.

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To health care workers like Hunter Hall, witnessing patients’ last breaths daily, the mounting death toll doesn’t just represent compounding grief. It’s also exacting a personal toll that feels like failure.

A COVID-19 vaccine appears on the horizon. But state officials say most Oklahomans won't see it for months

COVID-19: Record hospitalizations and new infections continue as state reports 21 deaths and 3,663 cases

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The Haywood County Board of Commissioners spent a portion of their Monday evening meeting trying to dispel fears that a renovated Clyde armory would be used to detain individuals who refused to wear masks or be vaccinated.

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The University of Tennessee Health Science Center’s College of Medicine has formed the UTHSC Cancer Program, a new comprehensive, multidisciplinary initiative consisting of a group of university faculty clinicians, who will provide cancer care across multiple university-affiliated hospital s…

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On November 3, 2020 Americans will cast their votes in what may be one of the most pivotal elections in American history. The outcome will determine the future of healthcare in this country for decades.

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The first of three Dedicated Senior Medical Center clinics specializing exclusively in senior health care opened Sept. 28 at 5131 Quince Rd. Memphis is the 12th U. S. market the company has ventured into and the first of three locations here. Additional clinics opening in Oct. will be at 225…

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The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends a yearly flu vaccine as the first and most important step in protecting against flu viruses.

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October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, an observation designed to raise awareness of the disease and to raise money for research, prevention, diagnosis, treatment and a cure.

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Thanksgiving traditions may be different during the COVID-19 pandemic, but customers socially distanced to line up Monday morning to get their turkey's at Tower Chicken in Milwaukee

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To determine the states doing the most and least COVID-19 testing, Stacker compared testing numbers from the COVID Tracking Project, contextualized with population data from the U.S. Census (American Community Survey 2018 5-year estimates).

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Companies are racing to create a COVID-19 vaccine. Stacker has used data from the CDC, FDA, and other health sources to show how these vaccines are being made and approved.

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Stacker compiled a list of 25 ways the COVID-19 virus has had an impact on the nation’s nursing homes, by consulting news reports, trade and industry guidelines, and orders issued by state and federal governments.

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Dr. Ashish Jha, dean at Brown University School of Public Health, participated in a Senate Homeland Security Committee hearing that focused on the merits of hydroxychloroquine. Jha tells CNN's Erin Burnett what went through his mind when the hearing became personal.

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CNN's Jim Sciutto speaks with Amber Elliott about why she quit her job as health director in St. Francois County, Missouri, following repeated threats and harassment.

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CNN's Dr. Sanjay Gupta sits down with the coronavirus task force's Dr. Deborah Brix for an exclusive interview about masks, schools and holidays during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Hospitalizations are reaching record highs with ICU units being pushed to capacity as a second coronavirus wave hits across the country. CNN's Omar Jimenez takes an exclusive look inside hospitals in Odessa, Texas, as they become overwhelmed with patients.

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There has been a major coronavirus outbreak aboard a US Navy guided missile destroyer, the USS Michael Murphy, which has spread to nearly one-quarter of the ship's 300 strong-crew, according to two US Navy officials. CNN's Ryan Browne has more.

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German company BioNTech and its partner, drug giant Pfizer, will ask the US to allow emergency use of their Covid-19 vaccine candidate, CEO Ugur Sahin tells CNN's Fred Pleitgen in an exclusive interview.

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More than 73,000 coronavirus patients are hospitalized across the country as several Republican governors who had previously resisted restrictions reverse course. CNN's Alexandra Field reports.

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Pfizer has accumulated enough safety data on its Covid-19 vaccine and is preparing to file for emergency use authorization from the US Food and Drug Administration. Director of the National Institutes of Health, Dr. Francis Collins, calls the news "pretty amazing."

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The COVID-19 pandemic has taken an enormous toll on the U.S. and around the world, with a global death toll at 1.32 million. It has shut down countries and economies. Stacker constructed a timeline of the pandemic's milestones to explain how we got to this point.

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