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Governor defends Extreme Risk move: ‘I chose to save lives’ SALEM, Ore. (KTVZ) – As 15 Oregon counties moved back to “Extreme Risk” COVID-19 restrictions on Friday, Gov. Kate Brown and state health officials said the latest modeling shows that this round of severe business limits should end in about three weeks, thanks to increased …

QUINCY (WGEM) — For the first time in two months active COVID-19 cases in Adams County are in the triple digits. There are 112 active cases after adding 12 new positive tests today.Just a month ago active cases were in the single digits. That rise in cases means hospital bed capacity is at 12% and …

Last year authorities in Singapore gave the green light for “no-kill, lab-grown” chicken meat to be sold in the country. Approval of the cultured meat, which is produced in bioreactors without the slaughter of any animals, was hailed as a landmark moment for the industry, with some suggesting it could open the door to a …

The Australian sharemarket is set to rise again after a record-breaking close on Thursday that saw it smash through the COVID ceiling. As of 7:30am, ASX 200 futures were up 0.5 per cent to 6,935. The benchmark finished Wednesday at its highest level in almost 14 months, a time before the pandemic crashed the market. The Australian benchmark also hit 6,934 …

Cigarette smoking is a chronic health problem across the globe. There has been increased focus on the adverse economic and health effects of smoking. Tobacco contains nicotine which is addictive, and thus, tobacco smoking usually leads to nicotine addiction. Read Report Overview – https://www.transparencymarketresearch.com/nicotine-replacement-therapy-market.html Smoking cessation aids mainly include nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) products and …

The latest research from , the world leader in global, mobile satellite communications, has found that mining businesses expect to invest a considerable portion of their IT budgets into the (IoT) over the next three years, while the sector’s leading investors are already seeing tangible benefits, such as improved health and safety and staff productivity. …

Clark County issues travel warning as COVID cases rise  KATU Clark County COVID-19 cases jump, prompting warning to exercise caution  The Columbian NEW: COVID-19 hospitalizations jump as Nevada reports 342 cases, 4 deaths  KLAS – 8 News Now Nevada’s key COVID-19 metrics show long decline is stalling  Las Vegas Review-Journal Health officials say Nevada’s COVID-19 cases are staying stable  8 …

Here are some significant developments: Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (D) asked the White House on Tuesday to consider rushing doses to hard-hit parts of the country, including her state, rather than allocating vaccines based on population. She was rebuffed. World Health Organization Director General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus questioned whether China had been transparent enough about …

In summary More school-based health centers are needed for California students and communities under stress from the COVID-19 pandemic. By Tracy Mendez, Special to CalMatters Tracy Mendez is the executive director of California School-Based Health Alliance, info@schoolhealthcenters.org. Youth in California are struggling with trauma, anxiety and isolation brought about by distance learning, the COVID-19 pandemic …

PARIS – By the time his parents rushed him to the hospital, 11-year-old Pablo was barely eating and had stopped drinking entirely. Weakened by months of self-privation, his heart had slowed to a crawl and his kidneys were faltering. Medics injected him with fluids and fed him through a tube — first steps toward stitching …