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    1. Workplace Health and Safety

      Workplace Health and Safety

      In busy workplaces like warehouses, factories, construction sites, and hospitals, employees can be put at risk for injury or illness just by doing their jobs. You might strain your back lifting heavy boxes, injure your lungs with exposure to toxic chemicals used in industrial cleaning, or develop a repetitive motion injury to your arm or wrist by working on the same assembly line for hours at a time.

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    2. Race, Health Care, Pandemic: Hope in a Year of Challenges

      Race, Health Care, Pandemic: Hope in a Year of Challenges

      With another pandemic-era Juneteenth this weekend, the holiday’s message – of freedom, perseverance and hope -- is even more poignant. It is also an opportunity to remember the people who are on the frontlines trying to enact change and hear their stories of how the past year has changed them and their view of the world.

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    3. Can Vaccinations Stop COVID Transmission?

      Can Vaccinations Stop COVID Transmission?

       It's the question everyone wants answered because reopening the world depends on it: Can coronavirusvaccines stop transmission of the virus?

      Now, 21 universities across the United States are teaming up to find out.

      The project, called Prevent COVID U, was started by the COVID-19 Prevention Network housed at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle.

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    4. How to Keep Your Bones Strong as You Age

      How to Keep Your Bones Strong as You Age

      Your odds of fractures from weak bones, or osteoporosis, go up as you age. 

      Half of all women and a quarter of all men over the age of 50 will break a bone at some point due to osteoporosis. Yet there’s a lot you can do to protect your bones, even later in life, says Andrea Singer, MD, clinical director of the National Osteoporosis Foundation.

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    5. Doctors Warn of Skin Cancer Screening Crisis

      Doctors Warn of Skin Cancer Screening Crisis

      Mary Bashir, a 48-year-old Boston-area high school teacher, is no stranger to skin cancer screenings. The beauty marks dotting her skin have always made her hyper-vigilant about check-ups.

      But when she noticed a red dot on her nose -- about the size of a Sharpie tip -- she had a difficult decision to make. It was the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and she wasn’t even going into grocery stores, let alone medical settings.

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    6. COVID Vaccines: Facts for Heart, Stroke Patients

      COVID Vaccines: Facts for Heart, Stroke Patients

      Experts have a simple answer for heart and stroke patients questioning whether they need a COVID-19 vaccination. That answer: yes.

      'People with all kinds of cardiovascular risk factors and disease should definitely get vaccinated to protect themselves and their families from COVID-19,' said Dr. Mitchell Elkind, a professor of neurology and epidemiology at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital/Columbia University Irving Medical Center in New York City.

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