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COVID-19 stunted access to healthcare for millions of people, particularly those who were already underserved. While the virus raged on throughout the country, another health... [Read More]
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Of 4 new studies, all but 1 suggest that minorities shoulder heavier burdens. [Read More]
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Cortisol is a biological hormone that's elicited during certain physiological responses, most notably for acute and chronic stress. In some individuals, it can impact decision-making... [Read More]
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"What we can change is where we are in October, and into the winter," Canadian PM Justin Trudeau says. [Read More]
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In one study, 25.5% of patients had low viral loads in April, but the rate climbed to 70% in June. [Read More]
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Dudley Riggs made a mark on the Twin Cities before passing away on Sept. 22 at the age of 88, particularly with the Brave New... [Read More]
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"The idea of the artists' book is that you are combining the aesthetic of an object with a concept," says Deborah Ultan, Curator of the... [Read More]
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The center is led by Professor Joseph Gaugler and seeks to foster interdisciplinary, community-engaged approaches to support students, researchers, and the community when addressing critical... [Read More]
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The WHO calls on nations to counter misinformation about COVID-19. [Read More]
The GAO offers 16 actions to address "catastrophic loss of life and profound economic disruption." [Read More]
"To sustain these gains, we must continue our disciplined mitigation efforts." [Read More]
Blacks and Hispanics were 1.9 and 1.8 times, respectively, more likely than whites to test positive. [Read More]
Deaths outpace an earlier projection, more upheaval keep the US response unsteady, and new developments add clarity to vaccine expectations. [Read More]
PhD student Austin Rau analyzed the cases of three serious — but lesser-known — tick-borne diseases in Wisconsin and found that they are increasing, moving,... [Read More]
Facilities with higher rates of minorities had almost 4 times the COVID-19 cases. [Read More]
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