COVID-19 hospitalizations dropped in New Hampshire Tuesday night. But, case numbers have continued to rise across all age groups. The state’s top epidemiologist Dr. Benjamin Chan said there need to be more vaccinations to stop the spread.
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Earlier this month, a twelve-year-old boy in Kerala’s Kozhikode district in India died from the Nipah virus, a virus that most people probably never heard of. A virus that, according to experts, has the potential to become another global pandemic with a significantly higher death toll. Approximately 70 percent of people who are infected with 
Candace Cay Ayers was fully vaccinated. She died at 66 after spending three weeks on a ventilator.
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Sharon Osbourne gave an update on the Prince of Darkness' health.
"If you’ve already gone through menopause and you’re spotting, that’s a dangerous sign," she stressed.
Health officials raise the alarm about a mosquito-borne virus causing paralysis, meningitis, and death in at least 6 states
At least 29 states have seen confirmed or probable human cases with symptoms, and a number of states have reported deaths from West Nile virus.
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'I'm not anti-vax': Experts explain why people who haven't been inoculated against COVID-19 are clarifying their decisions
"For many people, the term 'anti-vax' has a highly negative connotation and carries substantial stigma in our society," one expert tells Yahoo Life.
Recent data suggests that Moderna's coronavirus vaccine may maintain a higher effectiveness over time than Pfizer's.Why it matters: The effectiveness gap could always disappear with more data, and both vaccines remain very effective against severe disease. But if the gap does hold up, it raises questions about whether the two vaccines should be treated the same way policy-wise.Stay on top of the latest market trends and economic insights with Axios Markets. Subscribe for freeDriving the news: Se
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How a rogue doctor who called the vaccine 'needle rape' was made an Idaho public-health official in its worst COVID crisis yet
The story of Dr Ryan Cole shows how the state's public health apparatus was reshaped by COVID skeptics as the virus swept through Idaho.
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The pandemic will eventually end, but reaching a "new normal" will mean deciding how to manage the lingering threat of the coronavirus for years to come.
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Moderna says a study showed falling COVID-19 immunity over time and a need for boosters - even though most 'breakthrough' infections weren't severe
Moderna says the data provides evidence boosters could stop thousands of cases - but most "breakthrough" infections after its shot weren't severe.
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Washington State coach Nick Rolovich's vaccine stance has become PR problem for hospital, experts say
Nick Rolovich parried questions about his vaccine status this time in front of a banner sponsored by a hospital that has rejected transfer patients
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Go Nakamura/GettyThe parents of an 8-year-old girl now left orphaned. A Kentucky woman recently crowned “Teacher of the Year.” A beloved Idaho fire chief. These are among the latest COVID-19 deaths reported this week, as hospitals across the nation warn the Delta-fueled wave is so bad they are already rationing care.Eight-year-old Lillie Burko has witnessed the devastation firsthand and is now left to deal with its brutal aftermath: After losing both her parents to COVID within two weeks, she is
More than likely you’ve used a natural remedy for an ailment or two. Chicken soup for a cold, a spoonful of honey for a sore throat. Maybe it was passed down by your grandmother or you quickly Googled for a fast fix when you couldn’t make it to the store. While some natural remedies might […]
The upcoming season of The Wendy Williams Show has been postponed to next month due to the TV personality’s positive COVID test
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The most honest statement for anyone still resisting a vaccine is, 'I don’t want to,' and that’s it.
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Kirsty Hext, 26, was rushed to hospital after suffering an allergic reaction to the second jab.
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Health officials made the announcement Thursday.