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Pediatricians say it is now more risky to keep schools CLOSED due to mental health problems

The COVID-19 pandemic is set to make the 2020-21 school year as challenging as the last, but doctors now believe the benefits to school-going children far outweigh the risks of contracting the coronavirus. In the spring, the virus blocked nearly all school buildings in a historic education outage. Schools have been forced to switch to distance learning almost overnight. As …

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How to live longer: Matcha tea to reduce the risk of diabetes and cancer to increase longevity

When trying to find ways to live healthier and stop the aging process, one should look to other countries that have impressive lifespans. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), Japanese citizens have the longest lifespan due to their special diet and consumption habits. A miracle green matcha tea is a favorite of the Japanese as it helps slow the …

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Singapore stops using flu vaccines after 48 die in South Korea

Singapore has temporarily suspended the use of two flu vaccines as a precaution after the deaths of some people who received them in South Korea, becoming among the first countries to publicly announce the cessation of use of the vaccines. South Korea reported that 48 died as of Saturday after receiving flu shots, but said it will continue with the …

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The second wave of COVID-19 in Alaska is bringing an increasing number of daily cases, more hospitalizations and a new enemy: fatalism.

Alaska is in the midst of a second wave of coronavirus that is setting new records and showing no signs of slowing. Case numbers are on the rise in Anchorage and Fairbanks, but also in isolated and medically treated rural communities, including the Yukon River Delta village of Chevak, where nearly 18 percent of the population has tested positive within …

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The use of aspirin significantly reduces the risk of death in hospitalized COVID-19 patients

Hospitalized patients who took aspirin every day had a lower risk of ICU admission, ventilation and death SARS-CoV-2 virus. Hospitalized COVID-19 According to a new study by researchers at the University of Maryland School of Medicine, patients who took low-dose aspirin daily to protect themselves from cardiovascular disease had a significantly lower risk of complications and death than those who …

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Wind gusts up to 70 mph, freezing temperatures arriving at the north face of Wasatch – KUTV 2News

Wind gusts up to 70mph, freezing temperatures arriving at the northern Wasatch Front KUTV 2News Fear and anxiety escalate in virus hotspots across the United States, including the Utah Salt Lake Tribune Wasatch Front receives first fall snowfall Deseret News Department of health reports 1765 new cases of COVID-19, 4 deaths Sunday in Utah KSL.com The snow, the cold temperatures …

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CBC News: The National | Sad COVID-19 Numbers in Quebec, Ontario | October 25, 2020 – CBC News: The National

CBC News: The National | Sad COVID-19 Numbers in Quebec, Ontario | October 25, 2020 CBC News: The National COVID-19 Official update from the Chief Public Health Officer Travel Daily Canada’s COVID-19 infections surpass 213,000 as Ontario breaks record in new cases msnNOW Quebec has now recorded more than 100,000 cases of COVID-19 CBC.ca With 879 new COVID-19 cases, Quebec …

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