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APhA to Americans: Take simple actions to save lives during pandemic

Aug 07, 2020 , Drug Store News - Retail
The American Pharmacists Association has penned a letter to Americans urging simple measures to stop the spread of...
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When Green Means Stop: How Safety Messages Got So Muddled

Aug 05, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Philadelphia is in the “restricted green” reopening phase. What does that mean? And why does the U.S. have so many different pandemic safety...
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WHO says there's no 'silver bullet' to defeat coronavirus and 'there might never be'

Aug 04, 2020 , CNBC Health
For now, world leaders can stop new outbreaks by practicing the "basics" of public health and disease control, the WHO chief...
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Social Distancing Stopped A 1941 Typhus Epidemic In The Warsaw Ghetto

Jul 29, 2020 , Forbes
In 1941, a typhus epidemic swept through the Warsaw Ghetto, where people were already trapped, crowded, and starving – and living under constant fear of worse reprisals from the Nazi...
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Many U.S. Homes Too Cramped to Stop COVID-19's Spread

Jul 28, 2020 , MedicineNet
Title: Many U.S. Homes Too Cramped to Stop COVID-19's SpreadCategory: Health NewsCreated: 7/24/2020 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 7/27/2020 12:00:00...
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States Slow to Implement Stay-at-Home Orders Saw Higher Rates of COVID-19 Deaths

Jul 28, 2020 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
As the COVID-19 pandemic spread across the United States, governments at the state and local levels issued emergency declarations and shut down schools. With no treatment and no vaccine, this was seen as the best way to stop the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Researchers from Children's Hospital of......
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Many U.S. Homes Too Cramped to Stop COVID's Spread

Jul 25, 2020 , WebMD
Researchers found that more than 20% of households nationwide lacked enough bedrooms and bathrooms to allow a person with COVID-19 to isolate. That covers roughly one-quarter of the...
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Less-Lethal Weapons Blind, Maim and Kill. Victims Say Enough Is Enough.

Jul 25, 2020 , Kaiser Health News
Time and again over the past two decades, peace officers have targeted demonstrators with munitions designed only to stun and stop. Protests this year in reaction to George Floyd’s death in police custody have reignited a controversy surrounding their...
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Jul 24, 2020 , CNN Health
CNN's Brianna Keilar argues against Education Secretary Betsy DeVos' claim that "kids are virus stoppers" by citing a study that says children over the age of 10 transmit the virus as easily as adults....
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Covid-19 Stopped Water Pollution Monitoring At A Major Radioactive Site For Months

Jul 23, 2020 , Forbes
Technical Area 54 is a part of Los Alamos National Labs (LANL) in New Mexico - the same Los Alamos that was home to the Manhattan Project, which ushered in the atomic era and today continues to produce radioactive triggers for nuclear...
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Three simple acts can stop Covid-19 outbreaks, study finds

Jul 22, 2020 , CNN Health
If people washed their hands regularly, wore masks, and kept their social distance from each other, these three simple behaviors could stop most all of the Covid-19 pandemic, even without a vaccine or additional treatments, according to a new study....
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SSIVIX Lab launches one-stop MyCLNQ app to meet digital healthcare needs

Jul 22, 2020 , Mobile Health News
The startup has currently 15,000 users for its MyCLNQ app and plans to expand regionally in the next two years....
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New York Gov. Cuomo says crowds of young people at bars are 'a threat' to the state's reopening

Jul 21, 2020 , CNBC Health
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said if local authorities don't ramp up their enforcement and people don't stop crowding, he could roll back the state's reopening and close bars and...
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85 infants under age 1 have tested positive for coronavirus in one Texas county since March

Jul 20, 2020 , CNN Health
Eighty-five babies under age 1 have tested positive for coronavirus in one Texas county since mid-March. And local officials are imploring residents to help stop its spread as the state becomes one of the newest hotspots....
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Ohio heading in the wrong direction and 'could become Florida' as coronavirus surges, governor warns

Jul 20, 2020 , CNBC Health
Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine said Sunday that while his administration has stopped short of issuing a statewide mask ordinance, he says he's not ruling out implementing that step as coronavirus cases continue to surge in the...
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85 infants under age 1 tested positive for coronavirus in one Texas county

Jul 19, 2020 , CNN Health
Eighty-five infants under age 1 have tested positive for coronavirus in one Texas county. And local officials are imploring residents to help stop its spread as the state becomes one of the newest hotspots....
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CDC Will Again Post COVID-19 Hospitalization Data

Jul 18, 2020 , WebMD
Earlier in the week, the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) ordered the CDC to stop posting the data because it was doing so too...
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American Nurses Association Joins Letter Urging Public to Wear Masks to Stop the Spread of COVID-19

Jul 17, 2020 , NewsLine - Healthcare Professionals
The American Hospital Association (AHA), the American Medical Association (AMA) and ANA issued an open-call-to-action urging the public to take the steps that we know to stop the spread of COVID-19 and save lives. This includes wearing a face mask, maintaining physical distancing, and washing hands.......
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DoorDash partners with Walgreens to deliver over-the-counter drugs and other health products

Jul 17, 2020 , CNBC Health
DoorDash COO Christopher Payne told CNBC that the company's strategy to grow expand outside restaurant delivery was influenced by the coronavirus...
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Caught At The Intersection Of Cancer And Covid-19, Trying To Weather The Storm

Jul 11, 2020 , Forbes
As Covid-19 spread through the country, many cancer patients feared their treatment would stop. Now, modifications made by hospitals, and patients' choices to stay away from medical facilities because of the pandemic, could have a lasting impact on cancer rates and deaths in the future....
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