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CDC warns about spike in RSV cases

A common cold virus called respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is spreading across the South, causing an unusual wave of late spring disease, the US Centers for Disease Control and prevention said Thursday.

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'You're contradicting yourself': Tapper presses governor on vaccinations

Republican Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves tells CNN's Jake Tapper he's encouraging citizens to take the coronavirus vaccine. Reeves, however, downplayed his state's low vaccination rate by citing its declining Covid-19 cases, despite the fact that health officials warn states with low vaccination rates may be vulnerable to another outbreak.

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40 years later, Fauci looks back on first cases of AIDS reported in US

Decades before Dr. Anthony Fauci took on the Covid-19 pandemic, he was a leading researcher on HIV and AIDS. On June 5, 1981, the US CDC released the first official report of illnesses that would later become known as AIDS. CNN's Elizabeth Cohen speaks to Dr. Fauci, 40 years after the report was released.

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40 years ago, the first cases of AIDS were reported in the US

On June 5, 1981, a curious report appeared in the Center for Disease Control's weekly public health digest: Five young, gay men across Los Angeles had been diagnosed with an unusual lung infection known as Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia (PCP) -- and two of them had died.

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Covid-19 cases are falling, but experts say kids should still get a vaccine when they can. Here's why

As a pediatric infectious disease specialist, Dr. Amy Edwards has fielded a lot of questions from worried parents during the pandemic. As case numbers drop -- among children, Covid-19 cases have fallen to levels not seen since October -- the question she's getting is: Do younger children really need to be vaccinated against Covid-19 when a shot becomes available?

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Senate chamber trespasser pleads guilty and faces more than a year in prison

A man who wore goggles and carried a Trump flag into the Senate chamber on January 6 as the US Capitol was overrun with rioters became the second riot defendant to plead guilty on Wednesday, setting the tone for what may come as more of the hundreds of cases head toward being resolved in court.

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DOJ makes first request to drop a Capitol riot case

The Justice Department on Tuesday asked to drop the Capitol riot case against defendant Christopher Kelly of New York, in one of the first moves to resolve one of the hundreds of federal cases related to the insurrection.

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Unvaccinated people are still at risk

A maskless Memorial Day weekend is a huge deal. People are traveling, Covid-19 cases are down across most of the country and vaccines have made their way into millions of arms.

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How to stop violence against Native women

For too long in America, Native women and girls have gone missing without a trace, leaving families desperate for answers. Others have been found murdered, yet their cases remain unsolved.

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