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Biden Advisory Board Co-Chair Says Addressing Health Disparities Will Be A Key Focus

Biden Advisory Board Co-Chair Says Addressing Health Disparities Will Be A Key Focus

Biden Advisory Board Co-Chair Says Addressing Health Disparities Will Be A Key Focus Dr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, one of the co-chairs of the Biden coronavirus advisory board, detailed plans for reaching minority communities with a vaccine and for messaging around pandemic safety.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsDr. Marcella Nunez-Smith, one of the co-chairs of the Biden coronavirus advisory board, detailed plans for reaching minority communities with a vaccine and for messaging around pandemic safety.AILSA CHANG, HOST:The burden of COVID-19 has disproportionately affected...

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Biden Said He'd Walk Back Trump's WHO Walkout. Can All The Damage Be Undone?

Biden Said He'd Walk Back Trump's WHO Walkout. Can All The Damage Be Undone?

Biden Faces Challenges In Effort To Reset U.S. Relations With WHO : Goats and Soda With official withdrawal looming, collaboration on global health issues was more difficult. Biden faces a challenging road to re-establish ties — and a U.S. leadership role.Back in July, President Trump's administration began the formal process of withdrawing the U.S. – and its critical funding – from the World Health Organization. Trump had accused the U.N. agency of conspiring with China to downplay the infectiousness of the novel coronavirus early on. The withdrawal was to be complete in July 2021. As a...

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Coronavirus FAQ: What's The Deal With The '15 Minute Rule'?

Coronavirus FAQ: What's The Deal With The '15 Minute Rule'?

How Long Do You Need To Be Exposed To A COVID-19 Patient To Be At Risk? : Goats and Soda The conventional wisdom is that it takes 15 minutes of close contact to a contagious person to put you at risk. But even a short exposure could prove problematic.Each week, we answer "frequently asked questions" about life during the coronavirus crisis. If you have a question you'd like us to consider for a future post, email us at with the subject line: "Weekly Coronavirus Questions." How long do you need to be exposed to someone with COVID-19 before you are at risk for being infected? The question was...

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Trump's Test Highlights Importance Of Masks. Here's How To Make Safer DIY Coverings

Trump's Test Highlights Importance Of Masks. Here's How To Make Safer DIY Coverings

How To Make Safer DIY Cloth Masks, According To Experts : Live Updates: Trump Tests Positive For Coronavirus Experts say that cloth face coverings are one of the best ways to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. Here are three tips to make safer, homemade masks.YouTubePresident Trump, who along with the first lady , has long downplayed the importance of wearing face masks in public. At Tuesday night's presidential debate, Trump said he wears a mask "when I think I need it," and then mocked his Democratic rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, noting, "Every time you see him, he's got a...

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COVID-19 May Have A More Serious Impact On Formerly Redlined Communities

COVID-19 May Have A More Serious Impact On Formerly Redlined Communities

COVID-19 May Have A More Serious Impact On Formerly Redlined Communities The first national-level study reveals public health consequences still persist from the "redlining" of neighborhoods in the 1930s.Toggle more optionsHeard onToggle more optionsThe first national-level study reveals public health consequences still persist from the "redlining" of neighborhoods in the 1930s.RACHEL MARTIN, HOST:When people talk about structural racism, they often point to redlining. That was a practice the banks used for decades to avoid lending money to the residents of Black and immigrant...

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The Women Of Peru Are Suffering From A 'Shadow Pandemic'

The Women Of Peru Are Suffering From A 'Shadow Pandemic'

'Shadow Pandemic' Threatens The Women Of Peru : Goats and Soda That's how the United Nations characterizes the violence against women that, based on past evidence, has been exacerbated by coronavirus lockdowns.It's a grim roster of alerts. A woman, age 19, last spotted in July wearing sky blue jeans, a black sweater and black sneakers. A 16-year-girl missing since she left her home one morning in July. A 14-year-girl last seen heading to the supermarket at the end of June; she was wearing blue shoes. Such are the reports of missing women and girls that can be found on the Facebook page of...

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Black Medicare Patients With COVID-19 Nearly 4 Times As Likely To End Up In Hospital

Black Medicare Patients With COVID-19 Nearly 4 Times As Likely To End Up In Hospital

WUOMFMNew federal data reinforces the stark racial disparities that have appeared with COVID-19: According to the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Black Americans enrolled in Medicare were hospitalized with the disease at rates nearly four times higher than their white counterparts. Disparities were also striking among Hispanics and Asian Americans. Hispanics were more than twice as likely to be hospitalized as whites, while Asian Americans were about 50% more likely. Black and Hispanic beneficiaries were more likely to test positive for the coronavirus as well, CMS Administrator...

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