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COVID-19 Cases Are Dropping Fast. Why?

One month ago, the CDC published the results of more than 20 pandemic forecasting models. Most projected that COVID-19 cases would continue to grow through February, or at least plateau.

Some Covid-19 Vaccines Are Effective After One Dose, Can Be Stored In Normal Freezers, Data Show

In a win for global vaccination goals, BioNTech-Pfizer vaccine is shown to generate strong response with one dose and to maintain potency in standard freezers for two weeks.

Why Do Some People Weather Coronavirus Infection Unscathed?

Some scientists are confident that the immune system’s aggressive response to infection is only part of the story.

Demand For Travel Nurses Continues As Covid-19 Persists

It’s been nearly six months since Kymbreon Anderson left her home in Montgomery, and job of six years at Baptist East, to become a travel nurse during the pandemic.

The World Is Still Fighting Polio. What That Warning Means For Covid-19.

Decades of work brought the world close to ending polio, but misinformation, religious beliefs and economic grievances have fueled resistance to inoculations. The coronavirus pandemic added more delays. The struggle of one of the world’s largest vaccination campaigns offers a warning for the fight against Covid-19.

Study: Virus Variant First Detected In The U.K. Has Been Deadlier

Scientists had already determined that the variant of the novel coronavirus first detected in the fall in the United Kingdom — known as B.1.1.7. because of its molecular makeup — was probably 30 to 70 percent more transmissible than the typical version of the virus causing covid-19.

‘I Wanted to Go in There and Help’: Nursing Schools See Enrollment Bump Amid Pandemic

Last December, Mirande Gross graduated from Bellarmine University in Louisville, Kentucky, with a bachelor’s degree in communications. But Gross has changed her mind and is heading back to school in May for a one-year accelerated nursing degree program.

The Truth About Alzheimer’s

Her son went to visit her at her house of 52 years. The sound in the bathroom indicated that the faucet in the tub was running and overflowing onto the floor. A series of events piled one on top of the other.

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