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Botox injections can reduce depression, the study finds

People who received Botox (botulinum toxin) injections for certain conditions reported less depression less often than patients who did not receive injections for similar diagnoses, according to a study published Thursday in the journal Scientific. “For years, clinicians have noticed that Botox injected for cosmetic reasons appears to relieve depression for their patients,” said Ruben Abagyan, Ph.D., professor of pharmacy …

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260 coronavirus cases linked to North Georgia camp outbreak

“This investigation adds to the body of evidence showing that children of all ages are susceptible to SARS-CoV-2 infection and, contrary to early reports, could play an important role in transmission,” the report said. The camp followed instructions issued by Gov. Brian Kemp’s office in May, the federal report said, but the camp did not follow the CDC recommendations for …

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CDC projects, US coronavirus deaths could reach 180,000 by August 22

As coronavirus cases continued to rise in the U.S. throughout the summer, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention predicts that the total number of U.S. deaths from COVID-19 could reach 182,000 by the fourth week of August., according to an internal government document obtained by Yahoo News. More than 150,000 Americans died from the coronavirus on Thursday, according to …

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Coronavirus infected 260 children. staff at the Georgia Summer Camp, says CDC

While similar groupings have occurred around funerals, weddings, teen parties, and adult gatherings throughout the covid-19 pandemic, several super-spreading events have been documented among children. The report is sure to add fuel to an already polarizing nationwide debate if sending children back to crowded school buildings is risky, largely because so little data has been available on regarding children’s susceptibility …

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Pa. Hire more coronavirus contact trackers, starting at $ 18 per hour

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RIP Buddy: The first dog to test positive for coronavirus in the US is dead

If we are still learning how the coronavirus spreads among humans and why some people get sick more than others – then we have barely scratched the surface with what it does for pets. While the number of infected animals worldwide remains relatively low, the first American dog to test positive for SARS-CoV-2, the new coronavirus that causes COVID-19, has …

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CDC director says he was not involved in the decision to re-vote COVID-19 hospital records

The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told Congress Friday that he was not directly involved in the Trump administration’s decision ordering hospitals to stop sending COVID-19 data directly to the agency. The administration earlier this month told hospitals to start reporting hospitalization and testing data in a Health Services and People database managed by a …

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Coronavirus is air: that’s what it means.

Photo illustration by Slate. Photo by Photo illustration by Slate. Photo by Andrey Zhuravlev / iStock / Getty Images Plus. In the US, COVID-19 is spreading like wildfire. At the same time, the research community is learning more and more about how the coronavirus gets from one person to another. There are many nuances, and we still do not know …

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