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Nov 02 2020
Partisan differences in physical distancing are linked to health outcomes during the COVID-19 pandemic
Numerous polls suggest that COVID-19 is a profoundly partisan issue in the United States. Using the geotracking data of 15 million smartphones per day, we found that US counties that voted for Donald Trump (Republican) over Hillary Clinton (Democrat) in the 2016 presidential election exhibited 14% less physical distancing between March and May 2020. Partisanship was more strongly associatedNature.com
Apr 23 2020
These Treatment Guidelines have been developed to inform clinicians how to care for patients with COVID-19. Because clinical information about the optimal management of COVID-19 is evolving quickly, these Guidelines will be updated frequently as published data and other authoritative information becomes available.
The recommendations in these Guidelines are based on scientific evidenceNational Institutes of Health
May 29 2020
Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer says she's fighting a war. And she's using emergency powers in that fight.
But governors are quickly finding that even emergency powers might have their limits.
"Tyranny has a new name and it's called a pandemic," says Robert Muise, a constitutional lawyer with the conservative American Freedom Law Center, and a co-plaintiff in a recent lawsuitReason
May 09 2020
One reason why it’s surprisingly difficult to disprove many conspiracy theories is that they typically contain a real germ of truth, however small. In some places and eras, Jews really were overrepresented among communist cadres and the media. John F. Kennedy’s administration really did propose false-flag operations as an excuse to invade Cuba and assassinate Fidel Castro. Certain aspects ofQuillette
Nov 12 2020
This Abridge News topic aggregates four unique arguments on different sides of the debate. Here are the quick facts to get you started:
THE QUICK FACTSOn Monday, pharmaceutical company Pfizer announced exciting developments on a potential Covid-19 vaccine. According to early test results, the company says, its vaccine was 90% effective in preventing Covid-19. Abridge News
Jan 23 2023
Most people would get one Covid-19 shot annually—as they do with the flu shot—under Food and Drug Administration proposals for simplifying the nation’s Covid-19 vaccine procedures.
The drug regulator also proposed that people getting vaccinated for the first time receive vaccines that target both Omicron and the original strain of the coronavirus.
The proposals, outlined inWall Street Journal (News)
Nov 17 2023
Former Fitchburg state Sen. Dean Tran was arrested for COVID-19 fraud Friday, with authorities alleging he hid legitimate income in order to qualify for $30,120 in pandemic unemployment benefits. Tran, due to be arraigned in federal court Friday afternoon, was indicted on 25 counts of wire fraud and three counts of filing false tax returns, according to the office of Acting United StatesTelegram & Gazette
Apr 10 2020
My husband and I arrived at the hospital last Friday for my labor induction. Just two years ago, I gave birth in the same facility. But this time everything was different.
As an emergency physician, I’m trained to think in terms of worst-case scenarios. As an expectant mother, I had nightmares about all the things that can go wrong in pregnancy. But there was one thing about givingLeana Wen
Nov 17 2023
DETAILS ON THIS CASE. MATT? MATT: ANTOINETTE, THE FORMER STATE SENATOR WAS INDICTED BY A WORCESTER GRAND JURY LAST ON BUT SAYS THAT THE CHARGES ARE POLITICALLY MOTIVATED TO HURT HIS CAMPAIGN FOR CONGRESS. FORMER STATE SENATOR AND CURRENT CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATE DEAN TRAN, IN WORCESTER THIS MORNING. NOT ON THE CAMPAIGN TRIAL BUT INSTEAD IN SUPERIOR COURT FACING SIX CHARGES, INCLUDING STEALING AWCVB
May 18 2023
In a move that marks a turning point in the COVID-19 public health crisis, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Covid Data Tracker, a once-revered source of information regarding the number of COVID-19 cases in the United States, has made its penultimate update. The final one will occur on June 1, 2023, to reconcile historical data; after that, the CDC will no longer trackSalon