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COVID-19, Pollution and Health | Figo – International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics

As time passes and more data becomes available, many studies have demonstrated a concerning link between air pollution levels and COVID-19 rates. Research publishedduring this years World Economic Forum in April found thatlong-term exposure to air pollution could be one of the most important factors relating to fatalitycaused by the COVID-19 virus around the world.

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The Importance of Gender Inclusion in COVID-19 Responses – World Politics Review

In late January, President Donald Trump announced the formation of a Coronavirus Task Force, made up of 12 senior officials who would be responsible for leading the U.S. response to COVID-19. All were men

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Shady Grove Fertility (SGF) to Host LGBTQ Family Building Virtual Events in Support of Pride Month – PR Web

SGF supports family building of all types with fertility options for every individual and couple. WASHINGTON (PRWEB) June 05, 2020 In honor of Pride Month, a month dedicated to recognizing the LGBTQ community, Shady Grove Fertility (SGF) is hosting two events to spread awareness about the multiple family building options available to the LGBTQ community.

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What Australian birds can teach us about choosing a partner and making it last – The Conversation AU

Love, sex and mate choice are topics that never go out of fashion among humans or, surprisingly, among some Australian birds. For these species, choosing the right partner is a driver of evolution and affects the survival and success of a bird and its offspring

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Meet Brood IX: The Cicadas Menacing the Eastern U.S. This Summer – Popular Mechanics

Richard EllisGetty Images This year, a bunch of 17-year cicadassometimes referred to as periodical cicadaswill emerge from the ground by the millions across parts of the U.S., including North Carolina, Virginia, and West Virginia. The 2020 group has been designated Brood IX and is expected to peak in early June and begin declining by July though some have already begun their above-ground journeys. This content is imported from Twitter

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Viewpoint: Time to stop thinking of testosterone as a ‘magic male molecule’ – Genetic Literacy Project

We place unreasonable trust in biological explanations of male behavior. Nowhere is this truer than with testosterone. Contemporary pundits invoke the hormone nicknamed T to prove points about maleness and masculinity, to show how different men and women are, and to explain why some men (presumably those with more T) have greater libidos.

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Bad rating to TikTok on Play Store is easy. Harder to act on rape culture in Indian schools – ThePrint

Text Size:A- A+ Social media platforms must held accountable for letting hate speech thrive, but asking for a ban on TikTok wont solve any of our problems. Anger towards Faizal Siddiqui, the popular TikTok creator whose account has been suspended for glorifying acid attacks, is justified

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Social determinants of health and survival in humans and other animals – Science Magazine

Social animals need connection Much research over the past decade or so has revealed that health and lifespan in humans, highly social animals, are reduced with social adversity.

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Rubraca (Rucaparib) Approved in the US as Monotherapy Treatment for Patients with BRCA1/2-Mutant, Metastatic Castration-Resistant Prostate Cancer…

DetailsCategory: Small MoleculesPublished on Saturday, 16 May 2020 11:44Hits: 55 Rubraca is the first PARP inhibitor approved in a prostate cancer setting Accelerated approval based on objective response rate (ORR) and duration of response (DOR) data from the TRITON2 clinical triali 44% ORR (95% CI 31, 57) and median DOR not evaluable (95% CI 6.4, NE, range in months at data cutoff 1.7-24.0+) by blinded independent radiologic review (IRR)i Most common Grade 3-4 adverse reaction was anemia; most common Grade 3-4 lab abnormality was decrease in hemoglobini BOULDER, CO, May 15, 2020 I Clovis Oncology, Inc. (NASDAQ: CLVS), announced today that the U.S.

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"Covid-19 will create changes in our society even if pandemic ends," vaccine found Canadian PM – ETHealthworld.com

Ottawa: Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Thursday said that the impact of coronavirus pandemic will create changes in our society and even if a vaccine is found people will have to modify their behaviours. "Covid-19 will be one of the things that create changes in our society," Trudeau was quoted as saying by The Washington Post at a daily news conference. "We know that there are things that we took for granted last year or in years before that have changed.

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Diane Mack: Stay true to the one you love – Lakenewsonline.com

Several years ago, I spoke to my daughters ear specialist about her hearing problems.

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From the Archive | Part four: Lizard talk – newframe.com

Marxist historian Peter Linebaugh wrote Lizard Talk; Or, Ten Plagues and Another An Historical Reprise in Celebration of the Anniversary of Boston ACT UP February 26, 1989 to honour the Aids Coalition To Unleash Power (ACT UP). It was published by the Midnight Notes Collective and is republished here with permission.

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Sadiq Khan warns coronavirus is still an extremely dangerous threat and orders masks on Tube after hiking – The Sun

SADIQ Khan has today told Londoners to "continue to stay at home" as "lockdown has not been lifted". It comes a day after he raised London transport fares after rowing with Government over service use and funding.

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Wuhan to test city’s entire 11 million population for COVID-19 amid fears of rebound – ETHealthworld.com

By K J M Varma Wuhan: The Chinese city where the deadly novel coronavirus emerged in December last year, has decided to test the city's entire 11 million population after new cases were reported for the first time in weeks, sparking fears of the second wave of the virus attack. The city has prepared a 10-day plan to test all its residents after six new coronavirus cases were reported in a residential community, official media reported on Tuesday.

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Coronavirus detected in semen of recovering COVID-19 patients – BioNews

11 May 2020 The novel coronavirus can persist in the semen of men who are recovering following infection, according to a new study. The preliminary findings of a Chinese study raise the small possibility that the virus could be sexually transmitted. 'We found that SARS-CoV-2 can be present in the semen of patients with COVID-19, and SARS-CoV-2 may still be detected in the semen of recovering patients,' lead author Dr Diangeng Li of the Chinese People's Liberation Army General Hospital in Beijingwrote.

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Revealed: The UK professions carrying the highest risk of death from coronavirus – Telegraph.co.uk

Security guards, taxi drivers and chefs are the workers most likely to die from coronavirus, facing a higher risk even than care home or NHS staff, according to new data from the ONS. The risk levels were revealed in figures published by the ONS the morning after Boris Johnson, the Prime Minister, encouraged Britain to start getting back to work. The new figures the first of their kind since the virus crisis started show that bus and coach drivers face a particularly high risk of death from Covid-19.

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Coronavirus: White House staff ordered to wear masks – ETHealthworld.com

Washington, White House staff have been ordered to wear masks when entering the West Wing after two aides tested positive for coronavirus.

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Bayer to Present Data from Growing Oncology Portfolio at the ASCO20 Virtual Scientific Program – Business Wire

WHIPPANY, N.J.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Data from Bayers growing oncology portfolio will be presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) 2020 Virtual Scientific Program, taking place from May 29-31, 2020. Presentations will feature data across approved products, exploring therapies across different tumor types and treatment settings

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Australian Scientists Discover ‘Virgin’ Bees That Don’t Have Sex And Only Give Birth To Females – Gizmodo Australia

Researchers at a Sydney university have discovered how some female bees have managed to reproduce despite never doing the deed with another. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Sydney and published in Current Biology, found a single gene had allowed the South African Cape honey bee to reproduce asexually something researchers have been trying to understand for decades. The culprit is gene GB45239, found on chromosome 11

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Covid-19 Innovations – Silver lining in a black cloud – ETHealthworld.com

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COVID-19 could negatively affect Eastern wild turkey populations – Gadsden Times

COVID-19 has had a profound effect on people for the past three months in terms of loss of life and economic costs. But it also may be playing a role in the potential decline of the Eastern wild turkey population

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The testosterone myth – The Week Magazine

We place unreasonable trust in biological explanations of male behavior. Nowhere is this truer than with testosterone. Contemporary pundits invoke the hormone nicknamed "T" to prove points about maleness and masculinity, to show how different men and women are, and to explain why some men (presumably those with more T) have greater libidos.

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Myovant Sciences and HealthyWomen Launch Storytelling Initiative to Elevate Conversations About Menstrual Health – GlobeNewswire

BASEL, Switzerland and RED BANK, N.J., April 14, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Myovant Sciences (NYSE: MYOV), a healthcare company focused on developing innovative treatments for women's health and prostate cancer, and HealthyWomen, the nations leading independent, nonprofit health information source for women, today announced a new initiative to elevate conversations about menstrual health by sharing diverse, personal stories of real-life impact of menstrual stigma and symptoms. The program will be supported by The Moth, a nonprofit organization dedicated to building empathy in the world through the art and craft of true, personal storytelling

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India has done very well to fight Covid-19, but its not time to lift the lockdown – ThePrint

Text Size:A- A+ The Chinese government alerted the World Health Organization (WHO) of several cases of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) on December 31, 2019, and reported the first death on January 11.

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Notes from the sticks: Oh no, it’s duckling time – The Conservative Woman

THIS week we saw the years first brood of mallard ducklings on the stream at the back of our house on their way to the Ribble about half a mile away, and our hearts sank.

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