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Medical Residents To Receive Education On Health Effects Of Climate Change

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Heavenly Pettigrew, left, and her parents Stephanie and Robert outside their two-bedroom rental apartment in Milwaukee. Without assistance from the nonprofit Community Advocates, the family likely would have faced eviction after the pandemic forced Robert and Heavenly out of their steady jobs. Coburn Dukehart/Wisconsin Watch hide caption

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Evictions Damage Public Health. The CDC Aims To Curb Them ― For Now

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U.S. Reaches COVID-19 Milestone: Death Toll Is Over 200,000

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A COVID-19 patient in the intensive care unit at United Memorial Medical Center in Houston on July 28. Go Nakamura/Getty Images hide caption

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Some COVID-19 Patients Taken Off Ventilators Remain In Persistent Comas, Doctors Find

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Care resource coordinator Luisa Schaeffer scrolls through her COVID-19 isolation case list for the day: One woman is out of milk, while another needs help finding a doctor and making an appointment. A man also asks about getting help to pay rent. Jesse Costa/WBUR hide caption

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Maria Banderas (left) answers questions from medical assistant Dolores Becerra on May 18 before getting a coronavirus test at St. John's Well Child and Family Center in South Los Angeles, one of the LA neighborhoods hit hard by COVID-19. Al Seib/LA Times via Getty Images hide caption

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New Coronavirus Hot Spots Emerge Across South And In California, As Northeast Slows

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Hospitals Vary Treatment For Coronavirus Patients

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"We need to get out ahead of this and do everything we possibly can here in Massachusetts — through and in the aftermath of the surge," said Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker, in announcing his state's public health initiative April 3. Nicolaus Czarnecki/MediaNews Group/Boston Herald hide caption

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Massachusetts Recruits 1,000 'Contact Tracers' To Battle COVID-19

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What Would Contact Tracing For Coronavirus Look Like?

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Suboxone, a combination of buprenorphine and naloxone, helps many people addicted to opioids wean themselves from an escalating drug habit. But counseling and social support are key to successful treatment, too, experts say. Craig F. Walker/Boston Globe via Getty Images hide caption

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COVID-19 Outbreak Impacts People In Addiction Recovery

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Transmission electron micrograph of particles of SARS-CoV-2 — the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. NIAID/Flickr hide caption

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Why Hoarding Of Hydroxychloroquine Needs To Stop

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