Ignoring Expert Opinion, Trump Again Promotes Use of Hydroxychloroquine

President Trump doubled down Sunday on his push for the use of an anti-malarial drug against the coronavirus, issuing medical advice that goes well beyond scant evidence of the drug’s effectiveness as well as the advice of doctors and public health experts. Mr. Trump’s recommendation of hydroxychloroquine, for the second day in a row at…

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Beauty Tips for Straight Hair

Straight hair usually lacks volume and a long-lasting sensation of cleanliness. How to get this without extensions and a wig? Find a comb with natural bristles You should buy a comb with natural bristles not to damage the structure and prevent static electricity in the hair. It is good to combine the combing process with…

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The Rising Heroes of the Coronavirus Era? Nations’ Top Scientists

BRUSSELS — If it weren’t the age of social distancing, people would stop them on the street to take selfies. Instead, they get adoring messages on social media. Others appear on television daily. The new celebrities emerging across Europe as the coronavirus burns a deadly path through the continent are not actors or singers or…

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What’s the Best Material for a Mask for Coronavirus?

Federal health officials have now recommended that we cover our faces with fabric during the coronavirus pandemic. But what material offers the most protection? The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has posted a no-sew mask pattern using a bandanna and a coffee filter as well as a video on making masks using rubber bands…

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How The Coronavirus Stranded This Couple in the Maldives

After publication, this article was updated to reflect new conditions. Olivia and Raul De Freitas are currently on their honeymoon, at a five-star resort, in the Maldives, a nation composed of more than a thousand tiny, idyllic islands in the Indian Ocean, like a trail of smashed crystals scattered on a slab of blue glass.…

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How New Jersey’s First Coronavirus Patient Survived

Listen to This Audio Audio Recording by Audm To hear more audio stories from publishers, like The New York Times, download Audm for iPhone or Android. On the evening of March 4, James Cai, a 32-year-old physician assistant, was languishing on a cot, isolated in a small, windowless room on the emergency-room floor of Hackensack…

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Michelle Recto, Kevin Kulshrestha

Michelle Alexandra Recto and Kevin Kulshrestha were married April 4 at the Rock Creek Park in Washington. The couple received permission and obtained a marriage license from the District of Columbia Marriage Bureau to self-unite. They had originally planned to wed at the Benjamin Brown Graham Memorial Chapel at Washington University in St. Louis before…

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New research suggests in-womb gene correction

New research led by hearing scientists at Oregon Health & Science University suggests an avenue to treat and prevent intractable genetic disorders before birth. Researchers at the Oregon Hearing Research Center, working with mice, injected a specially designed synthetic molecule into the developing inner ear of fetal mice 12 days after fertilization. The study found…

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Trump Urges Coronavirus Patients to Take Unproven Drug

President Trump said on Saturday that the federal government was placing millions of doses of a malaria drug in the federal stockpile of emergency medical supplies to make it available for coronavirus patients, even though the drug has not been approved for Covid-19 treatment and his top coronavirus advisers have warned that more study is…

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