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Are you washing your bedding often enough? Here's a cheat sheet for sheets

Here’s what experts have to say about washing bedding during the coronavirus pandemic. Read more

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Meet the teen whose discovery could lead to a Covid-19 cure

Anika Chebrolu, a 14-year-old from Frisco, Texas, has won the 2020 3M Young Scientist Challenge -- and a $25,000 prize -- for a discovery t… Read more

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As coronavirus cases rise, Fauci says public health measures are the way to slow spread

As Covid-19 cases continue to soar across the country, the nation's top infectious disease doctor said following public health measures is the way out of the crisis that has hobbled the economy, claimed thousands of lives and sickened millions. Read more

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'Not surprised at all': Fauci on Trump's Covid-19 diagnosis

Dr. Anthony Fauci said on CBS's "60 Minutes" that he was "absolutely not" surprised when President Donald Trump contracted coronavirus and … Read more

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Refunds offered to 9,000 North Dakota deer hunters due to disease outbreak

BLAKE NICHOLSON Bismarck Tribune

North Dakota's Game and Fish Department is offering license refunds to more than 9,000 deer hunters… Read more

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As coronavirus surges across the US, only 2 states are trending in the right direction

There is nearly no place in America where Covid-19 case counts are trending in the right direction as the country heads into what health experts say will be the most challenging months of the pandemic so far. Read more

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As coronavirus surges across the US, only 2 states are trending in the right direction

There is nearly no place in America where Covid-19 case counts are trending in the right direction as the country heads into what health experts say will be the most challenging months of the pandemic. Read more

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The 15 cities with the biggest decline in air pollution

While the recent wildfires in Western states have introduced new concerns about air quality, the United States has made huge strides in the reduction of air pollution in recent decades.  Read more

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From Wuhan to the White House: A timeline of COVID-19’s spread

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken an enormous toll on the U.S. and around the world, with a global death toll over 1 million. It has shut dow… Read more

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Watch Now: How fall weather affects asthma, and more videos to improve your life

See how and why asthma flares up when the fall season comes around, learn how to spot scams during the age of COVID-19, check out some of D… Read more

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Watch Now: Tips on relieving fall allergies, and more videos to improve your life

Check out some ways you can relieve your allergies during the fall season, how to politely decline social invitations if you don't feel saf… Read more

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People with blood type O may have lower risk of Covid-19 infection and severe illness, two new studies suggest

People with blood type O may be less vulnerable to Covid-19 and have a reduced likelihood of getting severely ill, according to two studies published Wednesday. Experts say more research is needed. Read more

KHN’s ‘What the Health?’: Trump vs. COVID

President Donald Trump is one of at least two dozen people tied to the White House who have tested positive for COVID-19. Negotiations on the next round of COVID relief are off again — maybe. And the FDA and CDC continue to fight for scientific credibility. Alice Miranda Ollstein of Politico, Kimberly Leonard of Business Insider and Erin Mershon of Stat News join KHN’s Julie Rovner to discuss these issues and more. Plus, Rovner interviews Amy Howe of SCOTUSblog about what the Supreme Court might do with the latest case challenging the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. Read more

Refuge in the Storm? ACA’s Role as Safety Net Is Tested by COVID Recession

Relentlessly knocked around by politics and now headed again to the Supreme Court, the ACA is covering millions who have lost their jobs during the pandemic. But not everyone. Read more