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Children of well-educated parents survive more often than others

Children of well-educated parents survive more often than others

Children with child protection concerns are more likely to die before they their 16th birthday

Children with child protection concerns are more likely to die before they their 16th birthday

Johns Hopkins researcher receives prestigious award for breakthrough research in circadian science

Johns Hopkins researcher receives prestigious award for breakthrough research in circadian science

Leaders call for renewed global solidarity to eradicate polio

Leaders call for renewed global solidarity to eradicate polio

Experts call for new standards to prevent noise-induced hearing loss in younger generations

Experts call for new standards to prevent noise-induced hearing loss in younger generations

Compound may block COVID-19 virus from entering lung cells, study reports

Compound may block COVID-19 virus from entering lung cells, study reports

Innovative protocol that processes saliva samples before testing may improve COVID-19 detection

Innovative protocol that processes saliva samples before testing may improve COVID-19 detection

Young drivers using cell phones while driving more likely to engage in risky driving behaviors

Young drivers using cell phones while driving more likely to engage in risky driving behaviors

Labor department issues emergency rules to protect health care workers from Covid

Labor department issues emergency rules to protect health care workers from Covid

New open-source tool designed to predict drug overdose mortality in the U.S.

New open-source tool designed to predict drug overdose mortality in the U.S.

Elimination of HIV transmission by 2030 might be within reach among MSM in England

Elimination of HIV transmission by 2030 might be within reach among MSM in England

Lawmakers pressure Newsom to ‘step up’ on racism as a public health issue

Lawmakers pressure Newsom to ‘step up’ on racism as a public health issue

Change to Gilead assistance program threatens prep access, HIV advocates say

Change to Gilead assistance program threatens prep access, HIV advocates say

New X-ray scanner could revolutionize cancer surgery, pathology, drug inspection

New X-ray scanner could revolutionize cancer surgery, pathology, drug inspection

UMass Amherst researcher receives NIH grant to study the impact of ACOs on asthma care for children

UMass Amherst researcher receives NIH grant to study the impact of ACOs on asthma care for children

Review of COVID-19's long-term effects

Review of COVID-19's long-term effects

Warmer conditions are not enough to prevent COVID-19 transmission, research shows

Warmer conditions are not enough to prevent COVID-19 transmission, research shows

Study: COVID-19 vaccines safe for IBD patients

Study: COVID-19 vaccines safe for IBD patients

Research suggests low platelet counts may be associated with Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

Research suggests low platelet counts may be associated with Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine

Cold winter temperatures may accelerate spread of SARS-CoV-2

Cold winter temperatures may accelerate spread of SARS-CoV-2