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CDC: COVID-19 Puts Pregnant Women, Babies At Risk Of Serious Complications
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Donald Trump disputes health officials on timeline for mass vaccinations
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Masks may be more effective than vaccines -CDC
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Trump says CDC dir. on vaccines 'was confused'
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Vaccine available 'late 2nd, 3rd quarter, 2021' -CDC
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CDC Casts Light On Profile Of US Children Killed By COVID-19
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Bill Gates: Losing Trust In FDA, CDC
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For College Students With Mental Health Issues, It's Going From Bad To Worse
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Restaurant-Goers Twice as Likely to Contract COVID-19, CDC Study Says
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Accentuate The Positive: How Trump Administration Meddled With CDC's COVID-19 Reports
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CDC: America's Children, Teens Are Killing Themselves At An Increasingly Higher Rate
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Amy Schumer Reveals She Has Lyme
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U.S. COVID-19 deaths near 190,000
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CDC Tells States to Be Ready for 'Large-Scale' COVID-19 Vaccine Distribution by November 1st.
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CDC: 80% Of All 2019 Drug Overdose Deaths Linked To Single Class Of Drug
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McEnany: No one pressuring FDA to approve vaccine
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U.S. tells states to prepare for COVID-19 vaccine
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Trump Gives CDC Authority to Halt Evictions During Pandemic
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CDC Says Prep For COVID Vaccine As Soon As October
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CDC directs halt to renter evictions to prevent virus spread
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COVID-19 Spreads Without Masks, Social Distancing, And Fresh Air
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CDC: How Some Healthcare Workers Are Spreading COVID-19, And Don't Even Know It
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Former CDC Director Tom Frieden on Trump's recent COVID-19 vaccine commentsFormer CDC Director Tom Frieden joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss contradicting statements from the president and the current director of the CDC on the subjects of masks and a coronavirus vaccine.
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Trump disputes CDC head: masks 'may be effective'President Donald Trump contradicted the government's top health experts Wednesday, questioning the CDC director's claim on the effectiveness of protective masks against the coronavirus — which the..
COVID-19 linked to preterm deliveries, CDC report saysResearchers found a more than 25% increase in preterm deliveries among pregnant patients who tested positive for COVID-19.
Spin Cycle: How the CDC and White House spun the facts but lost the war against COVID-19The CDC was built to protect America from coronavirus. But it misled local health authorities as cases mounted and deaths rose. See how they spun the message as the virus raced a
Trump says CDC Director Robert Redfield 'confused' about coronavirus vaccine, mask efficacy. Redfield responded.Donald Trump took issue with CDC director Robert Redfield's comments that face masks are more effective than a vaccine at stopping spread of COVID.
Trump unveils vaccine distribution planPresident Donald Trump unveiled his plan for a vaccine distribution despite the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention saying it may not be widely available until the middle of 2021. (Sept. 16)
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CDC director contradicts Trump on vaccine timeline and face masksCDC director Robert Redfield contradicted President Trump during sworn testimony Wednesday. Redfield said face masks are an effective tool in fighting the coronavirus and a vaccine would not be widely..
Trump questions CDC director's testimony on coronavirus vaccine timelinePresident Trump said he thought the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Dr. Robert Redfield, was "confused" when he testified before senators earlier in the day that a..
Health Official to Take Leave of Absence After He Attacked Federal ScientistsMichael R. Caputo, the assistant secretary of health for public affairs, and his science adviser will be leaving the Department of Health and Human Services after both criticized the C.D.C.
Kids and young adults of color die from COVID-19 at higher ratesA new report from the CDC shows that more children and young adults of color have died from COVID-19 than their peers.
CDC director: Scientific integrity not alteredThe director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention told Senate lawmakers that his agency has not altered its scientific publications on the coronavirus. (Sept. 16)
Majority of kids who die of coronavirus are Hispanic, Black or Native American, CDC findsHispanic, Black and Native American children accounted for 78% of coronavirus deaths even though these groups represent just 41% of the population.
How the CDC failed local public health officials fighting the coronavirusThe CDC should have protected America from coronavirus. But it misled locals as COVID deaths rose. Even supporters call its testing plans a mistake.
CDC finds kids without symptoms can transmit COVID-19 to adultsThere's new concerns about young people spreading the coronavirus. Nikki Battiste reports.
Trump Health Aide Falsely Alleges Conspiracies and Warns of Armed RevoltMichael R. Caputo told a Facebook audience without evidence that left-wing hit squads were being trained for insurrection and accused C.D.C. scientists of “sedition.”
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House Dems launch probe into political interference in CDC reportsMichael Caputo, the Department of Health and Human Services' spokesman, said efforts to review the reports aimed to combat "ulterior deep state motives in the bowels of CDC."
Black doulas combat the maternal mortality crisisAccording to the CDC, Black babies are twice as likely to die before reaching their first birthday than White babies. Because of the discrepancies, more women of color are now seeking help from Black..
Scientists express outrage over White House appointees' meddling with coronavirus information in weekly CDC reports: 'Outright egregious'Scientists 'aghast' over news of White House meddling with public health reports that conflict with President Donald Trump's coronavirus messaging.
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Youth suicides continue to climb, but experts have more questions than answersThe rate of suicide among young people aged 10 to 24 increased nearly 60% between 2007 and 2018, according to a new CDC report.
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The C.D.C. has ordered a moratorium on evictions for most renters.
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