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Opinion: The real reason for the Dr. Seuss freakout

As social mores and cultural preferences change, companies adjust. They change what they sell, adding or updating products and letting others go. This isn't news -- or at least it wasn't, until American right-wing media outlets became obsessed with so-called "cancel culture."

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Trump's surgeon general questions guidance about getting 2 Covid-19 vaccine shots

Former US Surgeon General Dr. Jerome Adams on Monday questioned the Biden administration's current guidance on getting both Covid-19 vaccine shots for the Moderna and Pfizer/BioNTech vaccines -- which were tested and authorized as a two-dose regimen spaced a few weeks apart -- in order to offer at least some protection immediately to more Americans.

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Hyundai recall is one of the most expensive ever

Hyundai will recall 82,000 electric cars globally to replace their batteries after 15 reports of fires involving the vehicles. Despite the relatively small number of cars involved, Hyundai's recall is one of the most expensive in history, signaling how electric car defects could create hefty costs for automakers — at least in the near future.

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Doctors often treat female UTIs wrongly

At least 50% of adult women report having at least one urinary tract infection in their lives, according to the World Health Organization, making that painful disorder one of the most common and collectively expensive types of infection in the world.

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Big student loan debt is not a 'Harvard, Yale and Penn' problem

On the campaign trail, President Joe Biden promised to cancel at least $10,000 of federal student loans for all borrowers in response to the Covid-19 crisis. Over 60 lawmakers and 17 state attorneys general have called on him to go further and cancel up to $50,000 administratively. When Biden was asked if he would cancel $50,000 of student debt for struggling borrowers at a CNN Town Hall last Tuesday, his answer unfortunately reflected some commonly held misconceptions about student loan borrowers.

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Pro-democracy protesters in Myanmar met with violence

Police opened fire on protesters in the Myanmar city of Mandalay, leaving at least two dead, according to volunteer emergency workers cited by Reuters and AFP news agencies who have reporters on the ground. Stringers for CNN confirm that live rounds and tear gas were used to disperse people at an anti-coup protest in the city. CNN's Selina Wang reports.

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