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COVID restrictions ease in Shanghai as case numbers drop

60% Center coverage: 15 sources
BEIJING (AP) — Shanghai is moving to allow in-person dining and reopening its Disney Resort theme park as domestically transmitted cases of COVID-19 in China’s largest city remain at zero following…See the Story
US & Canada · Los Angeles

Travis Barker's daughter Alabama shares photo with dad, thanks fans for prayers amid health scare

50% Left coverage: 12 sources
The 16-year-old thanked her Instagram followers for their support. TMZ reported Wednesday that the musician has been suffering from pancreatitis after a recent colonoscopy. Barker is also the father of son Landon and shares a close bond with his former stepdaughter, Atiana.See the Story
US & Canada

Biden backs filibuster exception to protect abortion access

60% Center coverage: 15 sources
President Joe Biden says he would support eliminating the Senate filibuster. Biden has been reluctant to support changes to the filibuster. Earlier this year he endorsed sidestepping the rule on the issue of voting rights. At least two Democratic senators, Joe Manchin and Kyrsten Sinema, don't want to.See the Story
US & Canada · Washington

Pfizer asks for full FDA approval of COVID pill

90% Center coverage: 10 sources
Medication abortion is a method to end pregnancy by taking a combination of pills. The FDA says both are safe and effective up to 11 weeks after the first day of the last menstrual period. Anti-abortion advocates say the next battle over abortion rights might be over access to these abortion pills.See the Story
US & Canada · New York

Researchers find llama's blood could hold key to 'super-immunity' against COVID-19, other viruses

80% Center coverage: 10 sources
Immune particles found in the blood of llamas could provide strong protection against all COVID-19 variants. Researchers said that "super-immunity" molecules called nanobodies could be developed into a fast-acting, inhalable antiviral treatment or spray. llamas, as well as camels and alpacas, have different immune systems from other animals.See the Story
US & Canada · Irving

Police fatally shoot patient who had gun at Texas hospital

69% Center coverage: 13 sources
Officers fatally shot a patient at a Dallas-area hospital who had a gun in an emergency room, authorities said. A nurse called police Wednesday night after she saw that the 34-year-old patient had a gun at Baylor Scott & White Medical Center in Irving, said city police spokesman Robert ReevesSee the Story
Joe Biden

Biden on Roe: Court ruling 'destabilizing,' US still leading

50% Center coverage: 6 sources
Biden was speaking to reporters at the conclusion of a five-day foreign trip to huddle with NATO allies in Madrid. He took credit for modernizing the transatlantic alliance to adapt to new threats from Russia and China. Biden also highlighted announcements at the G-7 meeting, including more economic and military assistance to Ukraine.See the Story
Vaccinations · Washington

US begins testing a universal flu vaccine

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
A National Institutes of Health (NIH) clinical center in Bethesda, Md., has begun a phase 1 trial of a universal flu vaccine.See the Story
Coronavirus

High court rejects COVID-19 shot mandate case from New York

67% Left coverage: 3 sources
New York is one of three states, along with Maine and Rhode Island, that do not accommodate health care workers who object to the vaccine on religious grounds. Three conservative justices dissented earlier and did so again Thursday. The court had previously turned away health Care workers in Maine, who filed a similar challenge.See the Story
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Internet searches for medication abortion reached record highs after Supreme Court leak

75% Center coverage: 4 sources
In the aftermath of the U.S. Supreme Court opinion on Roe v. Wade, internet searches for abortion drugs surged. Researchers from the University of California San Diego did a study and found it surged to an all-time high. They say that heightened interest in abortion drugs should alert physicians that patients may pursue this option.See the Story
Medical

Commission report blasts decision to cull all Denmark’s mink

67% Center coverage: 3 sources
A Danish Parliament-appointed commission has harshly criticized the country's government. The decision to wipe out Denmark's entire captive mink population had stirred strong controversy. The report also criticized other top Danish officials. The findings could ultimately mean that lawmakers decide whether current or former members of government should get a reprimand or face impeachment proceedings.See the Story
Science

The smell and sight of a meal stimulate short-lived inflammatory response in the brain

100% Center coverage: 3 sources
Even before carbohydrates reach the bloodstream, the very sight and smell of a meal trigger the release of insulin.See the Story

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