In first federal count, over 25,000 coronavirus deaths in nursing homes
Nursing homes have been especially hard hit by the coronavirus. Now, a federal tally by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services is examining its toll. The survey is also the first to include the number of nursing home staff killed in the outbreak, though it's been criticized over the fact that it does not include deaths from assisted living facilities.
High blood pressure may make coronavirus more dangerous
High blood pressure affects nearly half of Americans. One study found it was even more common among COVID-19 patients in the ICU. Researchers are trying to figure out why.
How safe are popular outdoor activities?
For those debating whether to go to the beach or outdoor bars this summer, experts have said it all comes down to how much risk you're willing to take.
Veterinarian on trying to care for pets, her staff and herself
In audio diaries, a New York City veterinarian shares how the coronavirus has directly impacted her and her community, and how she has continued to perform essential veterinary procedures during the pandemic.
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