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How Blood Type Affects Covid-19 Impact

Tampa, Fla. – There’s more evidence our blood type could be connected to how severe Covid-19 impacts us. What You Need To Know New 23andMe study finds association between Coronavirus infection and blood types Study found blood type-O resulted in better outcomes upon infection USF Dr. says 23andMe study confirms …

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Greek Life Emerges as Hotbed for Coronavirus

FILE - A face mask on the Sparty statue inside the the Michigan State University Student Union. (AP Photo/Anna Nichols)

NATIONWIDE — Pockets of COVID-19 cases quickly emerged as students went back to school in mid-August: In total, the New York Times reported higher learning institutions identified 88,000 COVID positive cases as of Sept. 10, with the number expected to rise. What You Need To Know Multiple schools across the …

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Teachers Fear Bringing Coronavirus Home

NEW YORK — For 15 years, Iolani Grullon entered classrooms in September, excited for the academic year ahead. This week, all she could think about was what working in a school during a pandemic might mean for her 13-year-old daughter, Chloe, a heart transplant recipient. “She had her transplant when she …

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FSU Coronavirus Cases Surge in the Past Week

TALLAHASEE, Fla. — More than 850 Florida State University students and staff have tested positive for Covid-19 since the beginning of August, campus officials announced this week, with a surge of more than 700 cases in the last week.  What You Need To Know More than 850 FSU students and staff have tested …

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How Covid-19 Compares to the Flu in Children

This week the American Academy of Pediatrics recommended children get vaccinated ideally by the end of October. (File photo)

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. – In a study published Tuesday in the Journal of the American Medical Association, researchers found there was no difference in hospitalization rates, ICU admission rates, and ventilator use between children who had Covid-19 versus the flu. What You Need To Know New study found similarities between …

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