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Many Parents Support 'Teens Helping Teens' Mental Health Programs at Schools: Poll
Title: Many Parents Support 'Teens Helping Teens' Mental Health Programs at Schools: Poll
AHA News: This Energetic 8-Year-Old Boy Was Born With a Serious Heart Defect
Title: AHA News: This Energetic 8-Year-Old Boy Was Born With a Serious Heart Defect
Strict Low-Carb Diets Could Push Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission, But Effect Fades
Title: Strict Low-Carb Diets Could Push Type 2 Diabetes Into Remission, But Effect Fades
Fried Food a Big Risk Factor in Heart Disease
Title: Fried Food a Big Risk Factor in Heart Disease
Promising Steps Toward Retinal Cell Transplants to Fight Blindness
Title: Promising Steps Toward Retinal Cell Transplants to Fight Blindness
NYC May Run Out of COVID-19 Vaccines
Title: NYC May Run Out of COVID-19 Vaccines
Are Pricey Air Ambulance Rides Really Saving More Lives?
Title: Are Pricey Air Ambulance Rides Really Saving More Lives?
Stressed Out By the News? Here's Tips to Help Cope
Title: Stressed Out By the News? Here's Tips to Help Cope
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Covid: England's virus levels 'may have risen in January'
Researchers warn that unless something changes, hospitals will continue to face significant pressure.

Covid: Israel vaccine fears 'out of context and inaccurate'
Israel is likely to be the first country to see an impact from vaccination - but it is still too early.

Coronavirus: Why South Africa has yet to roll out vaccines
South Africa is the worst-hit country in Africa, but has not yet started doing Covid-19 vaccinations.

Covid map: Coronavirus cases, deaths, vaccinations by country
Key maps and charts explaining how the virus has spread around the world.

Covid vaccine: WHO warns of 'catastrophic moral failure'
It accuses richer nations of a "me-first" approach to Covid vaccine, and hoarding precious supplies.

Motor neurone disease: Edinburgh scientists reveal breakthrough
University of Edinburgh scientists are a step closer to being able to reverse the damage caused by MND.

Covid-19: 'Don't end up like us, please'
Martin Freeborn's wife, Helen, lost her fight against Covid at the Royal London Hospital, where staff are struggling to cope with rising admissions.

Oxford research tackles threat of antibiotic resistance
Oxford says the "public cannot get enough of experts" with a £100m donation for antibiotics research.

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Covid: England's virus levels 'may have risen in January'
Researchers warn that unless something changes, hospitals will continue to face significant pressure.

Rollout of daily testing of close contacts paused in English schools
More work is needed to understand its benefits in schools in England given the new variant, health officials say.

Covid smear-test delays prompt calls for home HPV tests
Delays to smear tests in lockdown prompt cervical cancer charities to call for home-testing kits.

Covid: 'Sharp drop' in heart-attack hospital admissions
Some people who need urgent help appear to be staying away, as in the first peak, say researchers.

NHS Tavistock child gender clinic rated 'inadequate'
Services and waiting times must improve at the NHS's child gender-identity service, inspectors say.

Birmingham and Nottinghamshire trusts offer 24-hour Covid vaccines
The vaccines will be offered to existing high-priority groups and hospital staff on night shifts.

Monklands ICU staff are 'physically and emotionally' drained
The BBC's James Cook returns to Monklands Hospital eight months on to find the staff struggling against the odds.

Covid: Positive antibody tests doubled since autumn
Some 10% of the UK population is showing signs of recent infection, a doubling since October, says ONS.


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States report COVID-19 vaccine shortages and cancel appointments
The push to inoculate Americans against the coronavirus is hitting a roadblock: A number of states are reporting they are running out of vaccine, and tens of thousands of people who managed to get appointments for a first dose are
Coronavirus and ‘double-masking’: Are two face coverings better than one?
When it comes to protecting against the novel coronavirus, are two face masks better than one? 
Israeli man regains sight after artificial cornea transplant
A 78-year-old legally blind Israeli man has reportedly regained his sight following an artificial cornea transplant — the first time such a procedure has ever been successful.
Coronavirus-related syndrome behind death of Florida girl, 8: ‘She was a perfect child’
A Florida family is grieving the loss of an 8-year-old girl who died after showing signs of a rare but serious syndrome related to the novel coronavirus, her father said. 
UK coronavirus fight showing positive ‘early signs,’ health officials say
U.K. health authorities are voicing some early, positive signs that the country may be getting a hold on the deadly coronavirus pandemic, fueled by a highly transmissible variant.
18 family members get COVID-19 after holiday gathering in Pennsylvania
Eighteen members of the same family have been infected with COVID-19 after they gathered in Pennsylvania to celebrate the holidays.
Woman will get Moderna COVID-19 vaccine second dose despite allergic reaction to first
One woman who suffered an allergic reaction to Moderna's COVID-19 vaccine said she will "absolutely, positively" get the second dose citing concerns about the virus itself.
Redfield defends CDC's COVID-19 vaccine rollout, warns 'worst is yet to come' in pandemic
Outgoing CDC Director Robert Redfield said that leaving his post while the coronavirus ravages the country is “hard,” but he does “feel proud” of the work the agency did.  
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