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The House COVID-19 Subcommittee hears testimony from a nationwide expert about the danger of the B.1.1.7 variant from Britain.

Mar 29 2021
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The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education, which approves programs for interns, residents and fellows, is looking into allegations described in a sexual assault lawsuit.

Mar 29 2021

Doctors in Colorado and Washington state will use scents like eucalyptus and lavender to treat children who lost their sense of smell to COVID-19.

Mar 29 2021

After 9/11, the United States rapidly shifted resources to create a massive infrastructure to ferret out and combat terrorism while forgetting that terrorism of nature can be equally deadly.

Mar 29 2021

A few scientists say that two small studies indicate that a decades-old antidepressant that costs $10 for a two-week course could be used to fight COVID.

Mar 29 2021
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Frontline workers and adults under 45 with chronic conditions will become eligible two weeks ahead of previous schedule.

Mar 26 2021

SUSAN G. KOMEN OREGON & SW WASHINGTON TRANSITIONS PROGRAMS AS IT  SETS TO CLOSE AT THE END OF MARCH 

Mar 25 2021
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State officials say extra federal money has covered the extra cost so far, but that it may not be sufficient in the second half of this year.

Mar 25 2021

They recently visited Guinea and the Democratic Republic of the Congo in West Africa which are grappling with small outbreaks of the disease.

Mar 25 2021

The milestone comes as Oregon speeds up its vaccination expansion to include more demographic groups, with many frontline workers and people aged 16 to 44 with underlying conditions soon eligible.

Mar 24 2021

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