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Today β€” September 18th 2020Your RSS feeds

CDC Virus Testing Guidance Was Posted Against Scientists’ Objections

By Apoorva Mandavilli

A controversial guideline saying people without Covid-19 symptoms didn’t need to get tested for the virus came from H.H.S. officials and skipped the C.D.C.’s scientific review process.

CDC Virus Testing Guidance Was Posted Against Scientists’ Objections

By Apoorva Mandavilli

A controversial guideline saying people without Covid-19 symptoms didn’t need to get tested for the virus came from H.H.S. officials and skipped the C.D.C.’s scientific review process.

Yesterday β€” September 17th 2020Your RSS feeds

How to Get a Virus Test Result in N.Y.C. in 48 Hours or Less

By Emma G. Fitzsimmons

With schools set to reopen this month, families can get quick results at public hospitals and new rapid testing clinics as the city works to improve its testing system.

Is Coronavirus Affecting the Hearts of College Athletes?

By Gretchen Reynolds

A small study found signs of heart inflammation in some college athletes who had coronavirus, but the link needs further investigation.

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Europe Is Learning to Live With the Coronavirus, Even as Cases Rise

By Norimitsu Onishi

Protections like wearing masks, which have proved divisive in the United States, are now widespread on the continent, helping people get on with their lives with calculated risk.

Europe Is Learning to Live With the Coronavirus, Even as Cases Rise

By Norimitsu Onishi

Protections like wearing masks, which have proved divisive in the United States, are now widespread on the continent, helping people get on with their lives with calculated risk.

Stop Expecting Life to Go Back to Normal Next Year

By Aaron E. Carroll

Americans will need to take pandemic precautions well into 2021 — yes, even after a vaccine arrives.

How Companies Are Getting Fast Coronavirus Tests for Employees

By Noam Scheiber

Intermediaries are finding labs with capacity for companies seeking to make sure workers are virus-free. But many employers choose to avoid the cost.

How Companies Are Getting Fast Coronavirus Tests for Employees

By Noam Scheiber

Intermediaries are finding labs with capacity for companies seeking to make sure workers are virus-free. But many employers choose to avoid the cost.

How My 2-Year-Old Planted a Coronavirus Story Idea

By Sarah Kliff

After another child at my son’s day care tested positive, I ran into obstacle after obstacle trying to get him a test. I quickly learned I wasn’t alone among concerned parents of young children.

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Had a Great Coronavirus Plan, but Students Partied On

By Kenneth Chang

An unexpected upswing in positive tests at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign showed how even the most comprehensive approaches to limiting the virus’s spread can break down.

Coronavirus Tests Are Supposed to Be Free. The Surprise Bills Come Anyway.

By Sarah Kliff

Congress sought to ensure that patients would not face costs connected to the virus. But rules are not always being followed.

Polycystic Ovary Syndrome: What It Is, How to Manage It

By Hilda Hutcherson

Often misunderstood and misdiagnosed, PCOS can play havoc with your fertility. Here’s how to recognize the symptoms and take action to protect your reproductive health.

It’s Not Easy to Get a Coronavirus Test for a Child

By Sarah Kliff and Margot Sanger-Katz

As schools reopen, many parents still can’t find a test nearby, impeding the fight against the virus.

It’s Not Easy to Get a Coronavirus Test for a Child

By Sarah Kliff and Margot Sanger-Katz

As schools reopen, many parents still can’t find a test nearby, impeding the fight against the virus.

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