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Han pasado tres años desde el primer caso de covid-19 en Estados Unidos: ¿Qué hemos aprendido y qué más necesitamos entender? 01/29/2023 01:03pm • (CNN) -- Han pasado tres años desde que se diagnosticó el primer caso de covid-19 en Estados Unidos, el 20 de enero de 2020. Desde entonces, casi 1,1 millones de estadounidenses han muerto a causa del coronavirus; Estados Unidos ha reportado 102 millones de casos de covid, más que cualquier otro Is tipping getting out of control? Many consumers say yes Is tipping getting out of control? Many consumers say yes 01/28/2023 10:37am • NEW YORK (AP) — Across the country, there’s a silent frustration brewing about an age-old practice that many say is getting out of hand: tipping. Some fed-up consumers are posting rants on social media complaining about tip requests at drive-thrus, while others say they’re tired of being aske FDA moves to ease rules for blood donations from gay men FDA moves to ease rules for blood donations from gay men 01/27/2023 07:33pm • WASHINGTON (AP) — The U.S. is moving to further ease restrictions on blood donations from gay and bisexual men and other groups that typically face higher risks of HIV. The Food and Drug Administration on Friday announced draft guidelines that would do away with the current three-month abstinence NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week NOT REAL NEWS: A look at what didn't happen this week 01/27/2023 10:43am • A roundup of some of the most popular but completely untrue stories and visuals of the week. None of these are legit, even though they were shared widely on social media. The Associated Press checked them out. Here are the facts: ___ No, food products don’t contain fetal tissue Biden picks Zients as his next White House chief of staff Biden picks Zients as his next White House chief of staff 01/27/2023 10:34am • WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden announced Jeff Zients as his next White House chief of staff on Friday, tapping an experienced technocrat who headed his administration's response to the COVID-19 pandemic as Biden prepares for a reelection bid while facing an onslaught of investigations from Russian coronavirus-denying ex-monk sentenced to 7 years Russian coronavirus-denying ex-monk sentenced to 7 years 01/27/2023 06:30am • MOSCOW (AP) — A former Russian Orthodox monk, who denied that the coronavirus existed and defied the Kremlin, was handed a seven-year prison sentence Friday. Nikolai Romanov, 67, who was known as Father Sergiy until his excommunication by the Russian Orthodox Church, urged his followers to disobey South Korea extends restrictions on travelers from China 01/27/2023 04:30am • SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea says it will continue to restrict the entry of short-term travelers from China through the end of February over concerns that the spread of COVID-19 in that country may worsen following the Lunar New Year’s holidays. South Korea in early January stopped issu Today in History: JAN 27, Auschwitz and Birkenau liberated 01/27/2023 12:00am • Today in History Today is Friday, Jan. 27, the 27th day of 2022. There are 338 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On Jan. 27, 1967, astronauts Virgil I. “Gus” Grissom, Edward H. White and Roger B. Chaffee died in a flash fire during a test aboard their Apollo spacecraft. On t FDA's advisers back plan to simplify COVID-19 vaccinations FDA's advisers back plan to simplify COVID-19 vaccinations 01/26/2023 06:08pm • The U.S. is poised to make COVID-19 vaccinations more like a yearly flu shot, a major shift in strategy despite a long list of questions about how to best protect against a still rapidly mutating virus. The Food and Drug Administration asked its scientific advisers Thursday to help lay the groundwor Heart-related deaths rose sharply in first year of COVID pandemic, report shows Heart-related deaths rose sharply in first year of COVID pandemic, report shows 01/26/2023 07:00am • ▶ Watch Video: Raising awareness of women's heart health and sudden cardiac arrest The annual pace of Americans dying from cardiovascular-related causes accelerated during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic to the worst it has been since 2015, according to final figures gathered t Asia travel hotspots quiet as Chinese tourists stay away Asia travel hotspots quiet as Chinese tourists stay away 01/25/2023 07:45pm • CHIANG MAI, Thailand (AP) — Just a handful of Chinese visitors were posing for photos and basking in the sun this week in the market and plazas near Chiang Mai’s ancient Tha Phae Gate, one of many tourist hotspots still waiting for millions of Chinese travelers to return. The beaches and temple ¿Puede el “hongo zombi” Cordyceps de la serie “The Last of Us” afectar al humano? Esto es lo que dice la ciencia al respecto 01/25/2023 05:55pm • (CNN Español) -- El videojuego y la posterior serie "The Last of Us" tienen a sus usuarios pensando en si esa situación podría ocurrir en la vida real.En la serie, que se transmite en HBO Max —parte de Warner Bros. Discovery, nuestra empresa matriz—, el hongo Cordyceps se transmite de humano District alters policy after suit over 'Jesus Loves Me' mask 01/25/2023 05:42pm • JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A conservative legal group said Wednesday that a Mississippi school district has agreed to retract a policy that banned political or religious slogans on face masks, in response to a lawsuit from the family of a girl who was told not to wear one with the slogan “Jesus Loves Lawsuit halts Alexandria program aimed at helping minority-owned businesses Lawsuit halts Alexandria program aimed at helping minority-owned businesses 01/25/2023 07:04am • A program aimed at helping minority-owned small businesses has been delayed following a lawsuit against the City of Alexandria in Virginia. First reported by ALXnow, the city said on Monday that it's currently reviewing the details of a lawsuit challenging the BIPOC Small Business Grant Program, wh Promising gene therapy delivers treatment directly to brain Promising gene therapy delivers treatment directly to brain 01/24/2023 12:03pm • When Rylae-Ann Poulin was a year old, she didn’t crawl or babble like other kids her age. A rare genetic disorder kept her from even lifting her head. Her parents took turns holding her upright at night just so she could breathe comfortably and sleep. Then, months later, doctors delivered gene the
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