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Two dozen new cases of coronavirus were reported in the US over the weekend

Four of the people who died were residents at the Life Care Center nursing care facility in Kirkland, in suburban Seattle, King County health officer Jeffrey Duchin said Monday. Four other coronavirus cases are also linked to the Life Care Center. “Current residents and associates continue to be monitored closely, specifically for an elevated temperature,… Read More »

Concern over coronavirus spread as cases jump in South Korea, Italy and Iran

SEOUL/SHANGHAI (Reuters) – International concern about the spread of coronavirus outside China grew on Sunday with sharp rises in infections in South Korea, Italy and Iran. The government in Seoul put the country on high alert after the number of infections surged over 600 with six deaths. A focal point was a church in the… Read More »

WHO declares global health emergency over coronavirus spread

The World Health Organization today declared the coronavirus a Public Health Emergency of International Concern. In the U.S., the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention today confirmed its first case of the spread of the coronavirus by person-to-person contact, bringing the total number of cases in this country to six. In all of the other… Read More »

How to Know if a Relationship is Over

When is it time to say goodbye to a relationship? You may be wondering how to know if a relationship is over. That is a valid question, and sometimes, the answer isn’t clear. You could be in a relationship for two months or ten years and struggle with knowing when it’s time to pull the… Read More »

Viewpoints: GOP’s Sigh Of Relief Over Health Law Case Delay Can Be Heard Round The Country; Roe V. Wade Anniversary Sharpens Abortion Debate

Opinion writers tackle these and other health issues. The Washington Post: The Supreme Court Saves Republicans From Themselves The latest Republican legal assault on the Affordable Care Act has gone through a strange inversion as it passes through the courts: Democrats are eager for it to be decided, and Republicans want to delay it indefinitely,… Read More »