Unvaccinated Americans Blame Everyone But Themselves—Children, Vaccines And Not Wearing Masks—For Covid Surge, Poll Finds
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Unvaccinated Americans Blame Everyone But Themselves—Children, Vaccines And Not Wearing Masks—For Covid Surge, Poll Finds

Topline According to Kaiser Family Foundation polling, most Americans blame vaccine keepers for the rise in coronavirus cases, overcrowded hospitals
Covid has wiped out years of progress on life expectancy, finds study
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Covid has wiped out years of progress on life expectancy, finds study

According to a study, the Covid pandemic caused the largest decline in life expectancy in Western Europe since the Second World War. Scientists
Even mild COVID-19 can shrink the brain, preliminary research finds
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Even mild COVID-19 can shrink the brain, preliminary research finds

Researchers have been gathering important and new insights about the effects of COVID-19 in brain and body for more than 18 months. These findings
Most Vaccine Skeptics Change Their Minds, Study Finds — Here’s Who Didn’t
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Most Vaccine Skeptics Change Their Minds, Study Finds — Here’s Who Didn’t

Topline According to research published in JAMA Network Open Friday that found most vaccine-reluctant people have changed their mind about getting a
Intensified water cycle slows down global warming, new study finds
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Intensified water cycle slows down global warming, new study finds

Flat projection rectangular (Atlantic-centered), with grid lines showing Sea Surface Salinity measurements by Aquarius spacecraft between September
NHL finds no evidence San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane bet on his own games, considers this 'specific matter closed'
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NHL finds no evidence San Jose Sharks forward Evander Kane bet on his own games, considers this 'specific matter closed'

The NHL concluded its gambling investigation into Evander Kane. It said that it found no evidence that the forward for San Jose Sharks had placed a
Zac Rinaldo finds out the NHL isn’t screwing around
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Zac Rinaldo finds out the NHL isn’t screwing around

It's easy to lose track of the good news and get overwhelmed by the volume of it all. You need to find the lightbulb moments. One of those times is
Infants have more microplastics in their feces than adults, study finds
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Infants have more microplastics in their feces than adults, study finds

Credit: Pixabay/CC0 public domain Microplastics, tiny plastic pieces less that 5mm in size, are everywhere. They can be found in indoor dust, food,
MIND diet linked to better cognitive performance: Study finds diet may contribute to cognitive resilience in the elderly
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MIND diet linked to better cognitive performance: Study finds diet may contribute to cognitive resilience in the elderly

Aging can take a toll on your body and mind. The hallmark sign of Alzheimer's disease is abnormal protein clumps in the tissues of old human brains.
Tesla drivers become less attentive when using Autopilot, study finds
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Tesla drivers become less attentive when using Autopilot, study finds

Tesla's advanced version of its Autopilot feature, the "Full Self-Driving", software will soon be available for more drivers. The FSD Beta version