Stories tagged: "health"

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Floricua of the Week: His Bones Were Like Glass. Now Héctor Ramos Is A Bodybuilder

Severe health conditions didn’t stop Ramos from carrying on, even when doctors told him he couldn’t exercise because his bones were too fragile. He will be participating in a bodybuilding national competition next month.

Kids Need Protection From COVID Too. Here Is Your July 4 Guide to Keeping Them Safe.

This Fourth of July promises to be strikingly different from previous years. Here's how to protect your kids from COVID this holiday weekend.

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Pregnant Women Are Added in COVID-19 Risk Groups

The CDC updated its list of which Americans are at higher risk for severe cases of COVID-19, adding pregnant women and removing age alone as a factor.

Puerto Rico Is Opening Back Up. That Could Be Wildly Dangerous.

Experts worry that two upcoming holidays could create a resurgence of COVID-19 on the island. They agree waiting longer for a total reopening is the safest thing to do.

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Is the Reopening Causing a New Spike in Coronavirus Cases in Puerto Rico?

More than 100 new cases have been reported, and the president of the College of Physicians noted an increase in hospitalizations and ventilator use.

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Half of Americans Would Get a COVID-19 Vaccine. Here’s How Many Latinos Say They Would

Blacks and Latinos are more vulnerable to COVID-19, death counts suggest. Yet a new poll shows they are less likely to get vaccinated.

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How Puerto Rico Can Avoid a Spike in New COVID Cases

An intensive-care specialist explains how the government's decisions will determine if the number of positive cases increases, now that a partial reopening has been confirmed by the governor.