KOCO Oklahoma City

A rabies-infected bat was discovered this week in the area around Bell Cow Lake, within the Chandler city limits in Lincoln County, according to officials with the Oklahoma State Department of Health.

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Reuters

A new study that analyzed the coronavirus outbreak in Brazil has found a link between the spread of the virus and past outbreaks of dengue fever that suggests exposure to the mosquito-transmitted illness may provide some level of immunity against COVID-19.

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Press Herald

York County remains a hotspot of COVID-19, with Sanford High School switching to remote learning as outbreaks continue.

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INSIDER

While borderline personality disorder and bipolar disorder share common symptoms like reckless behavior, there are a few key differences.

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PINKVILLA

World Alzheimer’s Day is observed every year on September 22 around the world to raise awareness about the mental health disease. Vani Krishna, Chief Clinical Nutritionist, Columbia Asia Hospital, Whitefield shared the importance of nutrition for Alzheimer’s.

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The Wall Street Journal

Studies offer hope for Covid-19 survivors and front-line workers suffering from post traumatic stress disorder

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BloombergQuint

College students are presiding over viral reservoirs poised to release a flood of infected undergraduates.

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Financial Times

Both countries have large supplies of generic Covid-19 treatment but distribution to other places has been slow

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Wired

The return of non-Covid respiratory illnesses is putting a new strain on testing supplies around the world—and is a preview of what’s in store for the US.

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Newsweek

North Dakota has also recorded more COVID-19 deaths in September than any other month.

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Washington Examiner

The grim milestone of 200,000 reported COVID-19 deaths is a reminder of how quickly the coronavirus can spread and a warning of what could happen as the nation enters autumn.

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USA Today

Many long haulers suffer symptoms months after their initial diagnosis. Many fear that they will never recover, but a new treatment gives some hope.

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SciTechDaily

Hard skulls help protect our brains from physical injuries. In addition to a tough outer shell, brains have internal defenses, including a powerful shield called the blood-brain barrier that defends brain cells from substances in the bloodstream that are toxi…

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Al Jazeera English

While one study has come out supporting this claim, there is no substantial evidence yet that glasses can protect you.

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CNN

The number of cases of dementia in the US is rising as baby boomers age, raising questions for boomers themselves and also for their families, caregivers and society. Alzheimer's is the most common dementia, but there are others to be aware of, a gerontologis…

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Health Feedback

COVID-19, tuberculosis (TB), and the flu are all respiratory illnesses that spread through the air, hence protective measures for these diseases are highly similar. However, there are significant differences in disease prevalence and burden among the three di…

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NDTV News

Covid-19 continues to kill close to 1,000 Americans a day. But for those who develop dangerous cases of the infection, advances in medical care and the growing experience of doctors are improving the chances of survival.

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