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Covid Cased on the Rise Again Nationwide

Covid Cased on the Rise Again Nationwide

Yet again, the U.S. is trudging into what could be another COVID-19 surge with cases rising nationally and in most states after a two-month decline.

April 15th, 8:13 PM PDT by Remington Hernandez
CDC: 86% of Cases ae Omicron Subvariant BA.2

CDC: 86% of Cases ae Omicron Subvariant BA.2

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now report the sub-variant of Omicron known as BA.2 now accounts for 86% of all new cases in the U.S.

April 12th, 7:44 PM PDT
2021 was Deadliest Year on Record for U.S

2021 was Deadliest Year on Record for U.S

New data is showing that 2021 ended up being the deadliest year in U.S. history.

April 12th, 7:03 PM PDT by Remington Hernandez
Pandemic Babies Show Neurodevelopmental Differences, Study Shows

Pandemic Babies Show Neurodevelopmental Differences, Study Shows

CLEVELAND, Ohio - A new study found that babies born during the first year of the pandemic showed neurodevelopmental differences at six months of age. Cleveland Clinic Children’s pediatrician, Katherine Myers, M.D., who was not a part of the study,

April 12th, 9:35 AM PDT
Cabin Fever Becomes a Side Effect of COVID-19 as Intended Five Day Lockdown Stretches Into Week Three

Cabin Fever Becomes a Side Effect of COVID-19 as Intended Five Day Lockdown Stretches Into Week Three

SHANGHAI, China - Not only is there no cure for COVID-19, there's also still no cure for boredom. THAT NOISE -- IS people screaming and shouting out of frustration from the balconies of one of Shanghai's largest residential compounds..A five-day lock-down

April 12th, 9:11 AM PDT
Philadelphia to Restore Indoor Mask Mandates

Philadelphia to Restore Indoor Mask Mandates

The City of Philadelphia has become the first to re-instate mask requirements

April 11th, 7:42 PM PDT by Remington Hernandez
Parents, Doctors Sue over Transgender Treatment Plan

Parents, Doctors Sue over Transgender Treatment Plan

Two families with transgender teens and two physicians sued the state of Alabama Monday.

April 11th, 7:32 PM PDT by Remington Hernandez
Put me in Coach! After Cancer Treatment, Young Woman is Ready to Play Ball Again

Put me in Coach! After Cancer Treatment, Young Woman is Ready to Play Ball Again

‘She has big things ahead of her.’ CAR-T cell therapy gives Florida teen hope FLORIDA (Mayo Clinic) - The crack of an aluminum bat is met with cheers from a crowd watching Brooke Michael hit a softball deep to left field. She's done this befor

April 8th, 8:34 AM PDT
Are you Guilty of Driving While Intexticated?

Are you Guilty of Driving While Intexticated?

April is Distracted Driving Awareness month — and AAA is reminding drivers to keep their eyes on the road through the companies annual campaign “Don’t Drive Intoxicated, Don’t Drive Intexticated.” Distracted driving can have

April 8th, 7:20 AM PDT by Tauli Anderson
FDA Advisers Debating Future of Boosters

FDA Advisers Debating Future of Boosters

U.S. health officials are debating the best way to use vaccines to stay ahead of Covid 19 as the virus continues to wane.

April 6th, 6:51 PM PDT by Remington Hernandez
Air Pollution: Health Risks You Should Know About

Air Pollution: Health Risks You Should Know About

ORLANDO, Fla. (Ivanhoe Newswire) -- According to the Environmental Defense Fund, air pollution is now the biggest environmental risk for early death. So just how does this hazard impact your health? Air pollution isn’t just an ugly sight. It’s

April 6th, 9:23 AM PDT
EPA Proposes Rule to Finally Ban All Asbestos

EPA Proposes Rule to Finally Ban All Asbestos

The Environmental Protection Agency proposed a rule Tuesday to finally ban asbestos

April 5th, 10:35 PM PDT by Remington Hernandez
FDA Pulls Antibody Drug as BA.2 Rises

FDA Pulls Antibody Drug as BA.2 Rises

The Food and Drug Administration announced Tuesday that Glaxo Smith Kline’s drug for COVID-19 should no longer be used.

April 5th, 9:39 PM PDT by Remington Hernandez
Obama Visits White House to Mark 12 Years of the Affordable Care Act

Obama Visits White House to Mark 12 Years of the Affordable Care Act

Former President Barack Obama returned to the White House Tuesday for the first time in more than five years, to celebrate the 12th anniversary of his signature health care law.

April 5th, 9:24 PM PDT by Remington Hernandez
Using Theater as Therapy for Kids who are Hearing Impaired

Using Theater as Therapy for Kids who are Hearing Impaired

LOS ANGELES, Calif. (Ivanhoe Newswire) - Every day 33 babies are born in the United States with permanent hearing loss. One woman is helping thousands of children with hearing loss thrive by using the theater as therapy. It’s a performance of a life

April 5th, 8:10 AM PDT

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