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The rare mosquito-borne virus infects humans in New Jersey

A man in Sussex County, about 60, tested positive for the Jamestown Canyon virus, the first case of human mosquito-borne disease in New Jersey in six years, Health Commissioner Judith Persichi said Wednesday. The man developed fever and neurological symptoms in May, the statement said. “Spending time outdoors, whether walking, gardening or playing with our dogs, is a good way …

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The pandemic has made Navajo Nation radio stations even more vital

The headquarters of KTNN in St. Michaels, Arizona, is less than ten minutes from the Navajo nation’s capital, Window Rock, but it covers all 27,000 square miles of the nation in four different states. The station has been broadcasting bilingual content in both Navajo, Diné Bizaad and English for more than 35 years. But nowadays the station is quiet – …

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Outbreaks of a variant of COVID-19 Delta reported in Marin County

MARIN COUNTY, California (KRON) – There were recently two outbreaks among unvaccinated residents in Marin and all cases were related to the COVID-19 Delta variant. This is a variant of concern for the CDC. In California, the CDC reports that the Delta variant accounts for about 5.7% of total COVID-19 cases. Dr Fauci says the option is the biggest threat …

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What you need to know before the CDC meeting about a possible link to Covid photos

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) headquarters in Atlanta, Georgia. Tami Chapel | Reuters The key consultation center of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention holds a meeting Wednesday to discuss rare but higher-than-expected reports of heart inflammation in 16- to 24-year-olds after receiving their second dose from Pfizer or Covid. – 19 vaccines. The meeting of the …

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Opinion: Scientists have found the key to healthy aging – in the Amazon

Scientists have finally found clear and convincing evidence of how the modern world, with its food moisture, sedentary lifestyle and daily frustrations, affects us as we age. And it’s not great. The proof? They have spent 20 years studying a remote group that lives pre-industrial life deep in the Amazon rainforest. Meet Tsimane. They live in an area of ​​Bolivia …

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