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Disparities in youth fitness are a longstanding problem. The pandemic threatens to widen the gap.
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The virus has exposed what advocates for better treatment and families of loved ones in nursing facilities have known for years.
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How do you cover the fake cures without giving them more oxygen than they deserve?
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Charlie Ornstein of ProPublica and Reuters' Chris Kirkham talk strategy.
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The loss of a job shouldn't mean the loss of health care or devastating medical bills. Here's what states can do now to help.
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The lawsuit, among the earliest of its kind in California, accuses The Springs at Pacific Regent and its owner of negligence in responding to the novel coronavirus.
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Pam Belluck of The New York Times and expert Dr. Roberta DeBiasi offer fresh insights on the novel syndrome.
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Management stockpiled protective equipment. They informed residents that they would be sheltering in place. They acted ahead of the recommendations. Still, six of the residents died.
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“With the shelter-in-place, we’ve really had to pivot,” said the director of California's census outreach team.
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At a time when the heft of the federal government’s resources is being focused on fighting Covid-19, cancer centers like Roswell can play a role.



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