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Columnist suggests Fauci offering mixed messaging on vaccines to prolong his ‘moment in the spotlight’

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Stephen L. Miller’s latest column for The Spectator, "The perpetual pandemic," examines why he feels "politicians, pundits and ‘experts’ don’t want COVID to end." Miller noted the devastating impact of the pandemic b...

Inactivity increases risk of COVID-19 death, study suggests

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"This is a wake-up call for the importance of healthy lifestyles and especially physical activity," Robert E. Sallis, M.D., a family and sports medicine physician at the Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center, said...

MSNBC host mangles Georgia voting law, suggests it’s illegal for voters to have food and water in line

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"We have heard a lot about no food or water in line, but beyond those headlines, what is the most dangerous part of this bill?" she asked Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms, D. "The most dangerous part of this bill, ...

Nearly 40,000 kids lost a parent to COVID-19, study suggests

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Researchers from Stony Brook University published findings in JAMA Pediatrics on Monday, which suggested 37,300 kids under the age of 17 lost a parent to COVID-19, as of February 2021.  "Unfortunately, there [has] be...

Justice Clarence Thomas suggests US should regulate Facebook, Google and Twitter

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Justice Clarence Thomas suggested on Monday that Congress should consider whether laws should be updated to better regulate social media platforms that, he said, have come to have "unbridled control" over "unprecede...

CBS’ ’60 Minutes’ shames DeSantis for prioritizing seniors in vaccine rollout, suggests they weren’t high-risk

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The CBS News program is facing intense backlash for deceptively editing an exchange DeSantis had with "60 Minutes" correspondent Sharyn Alfonsi, regarding a narrative she pushed alleging the grocery store chain Publi...

Blinken suggests US won’t take punitive action against China over coronavirus outbreak

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Secretary of State Antony Blinken suggested the Biden administration would not take punitive action against China for its handling of the Covid-19 outbreak and instead stressed the importance of planning for and mit...

Neanderthals could hear and make the same sounds as humans, new research suggests

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Forget those brutish caveman grunts. Neanderthals, our closest ancestors, could have produced the same sounds as humans today, according to a study modeling the hearing ability of the Stone Age hominins that went ex...

Stonehenge may be a rebuilt stone circle from Wales, new research suggests

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Five thousand years after Stonehenge was built, archaeologists have finally pinpointed exactly where the bluestones that form part of the imposing UK monument came from and how they were unearthed. The researchers r...

Biden raises the bar on vaccines and suggests US will get to 1.5 million a day

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President Joe Biden said Monday that he expects that the US will soon be able to vaccinate 1.5 million people a day, raising the bar by roughly 500,000 more vaccinations than its target of 1 million per day in his f...

Eminem debuts his new music video after a clip suggests he’s training for an MMA fight

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Rapper Eminem's newest music video for his song "Higher" from his new album "Music to be Murdered By--Side B" had his fans thinking he was getting into a martial arts competition. A clip from the video appeared dur...

Preemies may have greater risk of premature death as adults, study suggests

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One in 10 babies around the world is born prematurely, and the vastly improved survival rates of preemies is one of the most striking advances of modern health care -- with the overwhelming majority of those born pr...

Covid-19 infection grants immunity for five months, UK study suggests

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London People who have been infected by Covid-19 may have immunity to the virus for around five months, according to preliminary findings in a new study led by Public Health England (PHE). The SIREN research examined...

Dogs can be trained to detect Covid-19 by sniffing human sweat, study suggests

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Dogs can be trained to detect Covid-19 by sniffing human sweat, according to a proof-of-concept study published on Thursday. Detection dogs are already a common sight in airports and some other public places -- usu...

One-fifth of Covid-19 patients get a psychiatric diagnosis within 90 days, study suggests

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People who have had Covid-19 may have an increased risk of being diagnosed with a psychiatric disorder such as anxiety or depression, according to a new study. Researchers looked at the medical records of 69 million...

New fossil discovery suggests dinosaurs traveled across oceans

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Fossils of a duckbill dinosaur have been discovered in Africa, leading experts to believe the species once traveled hundreds of kilometers across oceans to reach the continent. The new dinosaur, Ajnabia odysseus, a ...

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