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Do public health experts generally consider herd immunity to kick in at 60%?
Since fall, many parents have rallied for their kids to be allowed to play sports and objected to some safety policies, such as limits on spectators.
Nearly 2 million people with diabetes wear the monitors today, twice the number in 2019.
The findings come from a Google compilation of vast troves of cellphone location tracking data.
To be clear, the Trump administration, generally, put the healthcare of many Americans in jeopardy.
Some families have borne the tragedy more than others, with multiple family members lost to COVID-19 in a matter of months.
A federal government survey estimated that a shortage of mental health providers exist in 5,800 geographic areas, populations or facilities — such as prisons — across the U.S., with 6,450 practitioners needed to fill the gaps.
After a brutal year in which the pandemic killed half a million Americans, despite unprecedented measures to curb its spread the vaccines are giving hope that an end is in sight.
For the first time since its enactment in 2010, the Affordable Care Act is slated for major benefit expansions, courtesy of the COVID relief bill approved by Congress this week.
The 22 plaintiffs, a handful of whom were minors, filed suits from 2018 through 2020 over "BioJoint" surgeries pioneered by two university employees.