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Trump-Biden’s Upcoming debate will feature a mute button to regulate interruptions

Trump and Biden won't be able to stop each other in the second presidential debate on October 22, approving the mute button.

Trump’s campaign facing potential money crunch, slashes Ads spending

Will he have enough money to finish the race? Donald Trump's campaign team is facing a big dilemma,...

Donald Trump fires off insults at Joe Biden on Twitter

The two U.S. presidential candidates travel Sunday to key states of the election before a crucial week of campaigning, marked by renewed aggression. Donald Trump is in currently in Nevada, his Democratic opponent Joe Biden in North Carolina:  Donald Trump is running a frantic campaign with several trips a day. The Republican president is scheduled to attend a fundraiser in California on Sunday before an afternoon meeting in Carson City, the capital of Nevada, where he is five points ahead of the former vice president. After a Saturday with no official event,JoeBiden travels to Durham, North Carolina, where he is expected to call on his supporters to use advance voting, before attending a meeting with African-American religious representatives. The Democratic candidate is counting on the mobilization of the black electorate to win on November 3 in this state where he is slightly ahead in the polls.

President Trump says he might have to leave the country if he loses to Joe Biden

Donald Trump said- If Biden wins, I may have to leave.  President Donald Trump has said that he may...

Trumps Says will not Participate if second Presidential Debate goes virtual

On Thursday, The Debate commission proposed that the second presidential debate between Republican President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden...

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Why the FDA is warning pregnant women not to use over-the-counter pain relievers

The Food and Drug Administation issued a warning on Oct. 15, 2020 to both health care professionals and women about the use of nonsteroidal...

Trump-Biden’s Upcoming debate will feature a mute button to regulate interruptions

Trump and Biden won't be able to stop each other in the second presidential debate on October 22, approving the mute button.

US Justice Department Files Antitrust Lawsuit against Google

Google is in a lot of trouble. The U.S. Department has prosecuted the Tech giant for violating several antitrust laws and abusing...

Trump’s campaign facing potential money crunch, slashes Ads spending

Will he have enough money to finish the race? Donald Trump's campaign team is facing a big dilemma,...

If Obamacare goes away, here are eight ways your life will be affected

More than 10 years after its passage, the Affordable Care Act once more hangs in the balance. There have been plenty of near misses...

Pregnancy during a pandemic: The stress of COVID-19 on pregnant women and new mothers is showing

Pregnancy is stressful, to say the least, but COVID-19 brings new challenges to parents of newborns. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has...

Keeping coronavirus vaccines at subzero temperatures during distribution will be hard, but likely key to ending pandemic

Just like a fresh piece of fish, vaccines are highly perishable products and must be kept at very cold, specific temperatures. The...

How a new way of parsing COVID-19 data began to show the breadth of health gaps between Blacks and whites

Physicians and public health experts know that older adults are more susceptible to the flu than those in other age groups. We also know...

Family and friends can be key to helping end domestic violence, study suggests

The COVID-19 pandemic and strategies to prevent its spread, such as self-quarantine and travel restrictions, have isolated families and intensified conditions that...

What’s in your medicine may surprise you – a call for greater transparency about inactive ingredients

There are many more ingredients in every pill you take than what is listed on the bottle label. These other ingredients, which are combined...

5 ways our immune responses to COVID vaccines are unique

The Oxford vaccine trial at the centre of safety concerns this week highlights the idea that people’s immune systems respond to vaccines...

School nurses should be leading the COVID-19 response, but many schools don’t have one

  In schools trying to hold in-person classes this fall, students and staff will be looking to one person for guidance with the coronavirus pandemic:...

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Rapid screening tests that prioritize speed over accuracy could be key to ending the coronavirus pandemic

Broad access to testing is one of the most powerful tools to keep the coronavirus  pandemic under control until there’s an effective vaccine in...

The aching blue: Trauma, stress and invisible wounds of those in law enforcement

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What happens when COVID-19 and influenza collide? Can hospitals handle the strain?

Flu season is just around the corner, and the United States still hasn’t contained the coronavirus. That sets up an unsettling challenge this fall:...