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Just 51% of Americans would get coronavirus vaccine right now

Americans are divided on the forthcoming coronavirus vaccine as just 51% say they would get vaccinated for the disease if a vaccine was available today, according to a Pew Research Center poll.TRUMP V

CDC tightens Covid-19 testing guidance. Trump officials reportedly wanted relaxed rules.

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention on Friday reversed changes to its Covid-19 testing guidelines, once again recommending that people without symptoms get tested for the coronavirus if the

CDC Backtracks On Guidance About COVID-19 Testing For Asymptomatic People

Backtracking on earlier guidance that had provoked widespread criticism, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday that people who’ve had close contact with a person infected with C

US coronavirus: Case rates are ticking up after weeks of decline

New daily cases averaged about 39,700 over a week as of Thursday -- and that average has risen the past five days, data from Johns Hopkins University show.Health experts have said Covid-19 colliding w

50 years ago, scientists were on the trail of a brain-eating amoeba

Mercifully, human invasion is rare, for the invader, an amoeba, destroys the brain tissue and produces death in from four to seven days.… This free-living amoeba, Naegleria gruberi, is not confined

Fauci would bet on effective and safe coronavirus vaccine by November or December

Anthony Fauci, the nation’s leading infectious disease expert, said Wednesday that he would bet on a coronavirus vaccine to be proven safe and effective before the end of 2020.Fauci, 79, one of the

Fitness Boxing 2 Announced For Switch

There were some huge announcements during the recent Nintendo Direct Mini, including a new Monster Hunter game and a Switch release of Ori and the Will of the Wisps.The game will now let you turn off

The secret to a clean sink lies in your pantry

If your sink is covered with chalky lime spots, use a paper towel rinsed in vinegar to soak the areas and help remove the stain (via RealSimple).If the smell of vinegar is too much, you can also use l

China brucellosis: Bacterial outbreak infects thousands after Lanzhou factory leak

The Health Commission of Lanzhou, the capital city of Gansu province, confirmed that 3,245 people had contracted the disease brucellosis, which is often caused by contact with livestock carrying the b

The Most (And Least) Risky Activities For Spreading COVID-19

When it comes to spreading COVID-19, not all activities are created equal.Club-goers will be sad to see the heat map suggests nightclubs are the ultimate high-risk activity, followed by seeing a conce

Apple’s new Fitness+ feature might make Peloton sweat

Apple has just announced Fitness+, a kind of Netflix for exercise videos that also monitors your personal metrics.Revealed at today's Apple event, Fitness+ lets you watch workouts on your iPhone, iPad

Could the novel coronavirus become a seasonal virus? New study suggests yes — but not yet

The novel coronavirus may one day become a seasonal virus like the flu — but that day won’t come until herd immunity is achieved, according to the findings of a recent review published in Frontier