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With 616 new COVID-19 cases, nine additional deaths were reported in Massachusetts.

With 616 new COVID-19 cases, nine additional deaths were reported in Massachusetts. UPDATED: 6:59 p.m. EDT May 13, 2021 The Massachusetts Department of Health reported 616 additional COVID-19 confirmed cases Thursday, bringing the state-wide number to 655,350 since the outbreak began. There are nine confirmed cases of COVID-19 per state total, which is now 17,366. So far, about 8.27 million …

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How does processed food cause food-related diseases?

Different foods provide different nutritional benefits for overall health. And even packaged foods can be eaten as part of a healthy diet. “The food industry is working diligently to deliver a consumer market full of healthy, accessible and nutrient-rich food and beverage options,” said Krystal Register, food director and director of health and wellness. It is registered at the FMI …

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Achilles heel of coronavirus

The RNA (yellow) of the SARS-CoV-2 virus forms an artificial structure. (Bottom right multicolor), which leads to a change in the ribosome readings (brown) .In this way, viral RNA regulates the level of viral protein production.credit: Sannuga, Cellscape.co.uk / ETH Zurich. , The Ban Lab said. Viruses need the resources of infected cells to replicate and then continue to infect …

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21 major drug trafficking charges in Utah

Salt Lake City – A federal grand jury in Salt Lake City has indicted 21 on multiple counts, accusing the group of running or engaging in drug trafficking. The group faces a total of 32 counts of selling methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine and fentanyl across the Wasatch Front, according to a prepared statement from serving Utah’s U.S. Attorney Andrea T. Martinez, …

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‘Disinformation Dozen’ tests Facebook, Twitter’s ability to deter vaccine scam: NPR

Most anti-vaccine claims on social media, researchers say, date back to a small number of influential individuals. Chandan Khanna / AFP via Getty Images Hide subtitles Switch subtitles Chandan Khanna / AFP via Getty Images Most anti-vaccine claims on social media, researchers say, date back to a small number of influential individuals. Chandan Khanna / AFP via Getty Images The …

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Scientists are urged to take a second look at the origin of the coronavirus.

Eighteen scientists from some of the world’s most prestigious research institutes are calling on colleagues to delve deeper into the origins of the coronavirus that causes the global pandemic. In a letter published Thursday in the journal Science, they confirm that there is not enough evidence yet to rule out the possibility that the SARS-CoV-2 virus escaped from a laboratory …

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Fully vaccinated Americans can leave masks in their homes in most situations, the CDC’s new recommendations say.

Video above: Rare COVID-19 infection after vaccination. In crowds and internally, in most situations, the new recommendations still call for masks to be worn in crowded indoor locations, such as buses, airplanes, hospitals, prisons and homeless shelters. But it helps clear the way of reopening workplaces, schools and other places, even removing. The need for masks or social aloofs is …

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Coronavirus update: Americans who get vaccinated don’t need masks most of the time, CDC says.

The Biden administration will invest $ 7.4 billion to recruit and hire health workers to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak and prepare for future public health challenges, the White House announced Thursday. The funding includes $ 4.4 billion to expand public health workers for the Covid-19 response and support vaccination, contact monitoring and outbreak investigations. It will also invest $ 3 …

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