Autism diagnosis more common in the US as racial gap closes
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Autism diagnosis more common in the US as racial gap closes

U.S. officials say autism has grown slightly more common, but a gap in diagnosis of white and black kids has disappeared

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Aetna waives patient payments for coronavirus hospital stays
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Aetna waives patient payments for coronavirus hospital stays

One of the nationís biggest health insures is waiving patient payments for hospital stays tied to the coronavirus

Experts ponder causes of New York's 'breathtaking' outbreak
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Experts ponder causes of New York's 'breathtaking' outbreak

How did the coronavirus outbreak get so bad in New York

'We are collapsing': Virus pummels medics in Spain and Italy
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'We are collapsing': Virus pummels medics in Spain and Italy

The coronavirus is waging a war of attrition against health care workers around the world

They already had an anxiety disorder. Now comes a pandemic.
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They already had an anxiety disorder. Now comes a pandemic.

The coronavirus pandemic can be a challenge for people who already have anxiety issues, especially those who aren't getting treatment

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Individuals, organizations rally to support local Coronavirus response

Blessing Health System officials say individuals and organizations have been asking to volunteer to make cover masks to assist local medical professionals.

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Scotland County facilities set up virtual visits

Scotland County Hospital, Memphis Medical Services and Lancaster Medical Services have suspended all in-person, non-essential visits to the hospital and clinics.

Malfunctioning EpiPens could harm patients, companies say
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Malfunctioning EpiPens could harm patients, companies say

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is warning the public about dangerous malfunctions involving a limited number of EpiPens, the emergency injectors for severe allergic reactions

Can blood from coronavirus survivors treat the newly ill?
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Can blood from coronavirus survivors treat the newly ill?

Hospitals are gearing up to test if a century-old treatment used to fight off pre-vaccine epidemics of flu, measles and other infections might work for COVID-19, too ó using blood donated from patients who've recovered

Trump says he intends to reopen country in weeks, not months
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Trump says he intends to reopen country in weeks, not months

President Donald Trump says that he wants to reopen the country for business in weeks, not months, and claims without evidence that continued closures could result in more deaths than the coronavirus pandemic