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MUSKEGON — A case of the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7 has been detected in Muskegon County, the county’s health department reported late Monday afternoon.

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PORTAGE — President Joe Biden toured a state-of-the art coronavirus vaccine plant Friday as extreme winter weather across broad swaths of the U.S. handed his vaccination campaign its first major setback, delaying shipment of about 6 million doses.

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Heart disease remains the No. 1 cause of death in the U.S., with over 655,000 dying annually, according to the American Heart Association.

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Michigan health officials are working to administer as many COVID-19 vaccines as possible as quickly as possible as the number of reported cases of new variants of the virus increases. But rampant misinformation about the vaccine poses a significant challenge to what many, including Michigan…

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Ottawa County health data has shown consistently decreasing COVID-19 cases, hospitalizations and deaths since a peak in November, although metrics are still higher than low points in the warmer months of 2020.

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SAN DIEGO — Since the COVID-19 pandemic struck last March, psychiatric emergency visits at Rady Children’s Hospital near San Diego have crept up as youths and teens struggle with virtual learning, social isolation and unstable home lives.

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Recently, I went to a hearing instrument specialist and had my hearing tested. Apparently, this is something I should have done several years ago, at least to get some sort of baseline.

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As an emergency physician, Dr. Eugenia South was in the first group of people to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. She received her second dose last week – even before President Joe Biden.

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WASHINGTON — With a burst of executive orders, President Joe Biden served notice Thursday that the nation's COVID-19 response is under new management and he's demanding progress to reduce infections and lift the siege Americans have endured for nearly a year.

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When Corey Hill reports for work at the Daimler Trucks manufacturing plant in Cleveland, North Carolina, he knows he won’t be able to stay a safe physical distance from his coworkers on the assembly line.