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NPR: As COVID Concern Grows In Kansas, So Does Confusion Over Who Is In Charge

It's been difficult to make sense of all of the varying guidance and mandates on masking and vaccines from the Centers for...

VOA: COVID Infections Reach Record High in Tokyo

Tokyo’s metropolitan government said new coronavirus infections surged to a record high Saturday as the city hosts the Olympic Games.

VOA: With COVID on Rise Again, US Surgeon General Warns ‘Pandemic Isn’t Over’

U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy said Sunday he is worried about the increasing number of new coronavirus cases in the country...

AP: Pfizer to discuss COVID-19 vaccine booster with US officials

Pfizer says it plans to meet with top U.S. health officials Monday to discuss the drugmaker’s request for federal authorization of a...

NPR: Fauci Says Current Vaccines Will Stand Up To The Delta Variant

Coronavirus cases and deaths in the U.S. are down dramatically from last winter's peaks, but the road ahead could still be a...

VOA: UK Pandemic Hammered Minorities, Self-employed, Study Finds

Ethnic minorities, the self-employed and low-income families in Britain suffered greater deprivation levels during the coronavirus pandemic despite "surprisingly positive" living standards...

VOA: WHO: COVID-19 Cases Rise Again in Europe after 10-Week Decline

The World Health Organization says the recent decline in the number of new coronavirus infections throughout Europe “has come to an end.”

NPR:J&J Agrees To Pay $230M In New York Opioid Settlement

Johnson & Johnson has agreed to pay $230 million to New York state to settle claims that the pharmaceutical giant helped fuel...

NPR: A Hospital Charged More Than $700 For Each Push Of Medicine Through Her IV

Claire Lang-Ree was in a lab coat taking a college chemistry class remotely in the kitchen of her Colorado Springs, Colo., home...

NPR: Ready To Get The COVID Vaccine? Here’s How To Book It In Your State

Eligibility for the COVID-19 vaccine has rapidly expanded in recent weeks. As of April 19, everyone over age 16 is eligible to...

VOA: Heart Disease Seen in Some Younger COVID-19 Patients

Health professionals continue to see heart disease in some young people who have had COVID-19, those who have been vaccinated against the...

NPR: The FDA Has Approved A New Alzheimer’s Drug — Here’s Why That’s Controversial

The Food and Drug Administration approved the drug aducanumab to treat patients with Alzheimer's disease on Monday morning. It is the first new drug approved by...

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Illinois senior named Schwarzman Scholar

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign senior Boming Yang, of Beijing, was named a Schwarzman Scholar, one of 151 recipients selected from...

[Urbana] Phillips Recreation Center December Closure

Phillips Recreation Center will close for an annual cleaning from December 13 - January 1. The following fitness classes at the Phillips Recreation...

[Urbana] Sunday Soul Flow

Feed your soul and recharge for your upcoming week during this self-care inspired flow yoga session! Must register in advance.Sunday, December 5th, 3-4pmRegister...

[Champaign] VISITS WITH SANTA

DEC 1, 8, & 10, 2021 - 5 - 7PMTHE VIRGINIA THEATRE Santa Claus is coming to town! The Champaign...