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Researchers ask if survivor plasma could prevent coronavirus

Researchers ask if survivor plasma could prevent coronavirus

Survivors of COVID-19 are donating their blood plasma in droves in hopes it helps other patients recover from the coronavirus. And while the jury’s still out, now scientists are testing if the donations might also prevent infection in the first place.

Researchers ask if survivor plasma could prevent coronavirus

Trump administration revokes transgender health protection

Trump administration revokes transgender health protection

The Trump administration Friday finalized a regulation that overturns Obama-era protections for transgender people against sex discrimination in health care.

Trump administration revokes transgender health protection

CDC posts long-awaited tips for minimizing everyday risk

CDC posts long-awaited tips for minimizing everyday risk

Take the stairs, not the elevator, down from your hotel room. Encourage people to bring their own food and drinks to your cookout. Use hand sanitizer after banking at an ATM.

CDC posts long-awaited tips for minimizing everyday risk

Summer travel amid a pandemic demands planning, COVID-19 vigilance: experts

Summer travel amid a pandemic demands planning, COVID-19 vigilance: experts

Out of work and far from family, Cora Matheson hit a low point sheltering in place in Toronto. She began debating a summer getaway to her hometown of Kenora, Ont., as she's done many summers before.

Summer travel amid a pandemic demands planning, COVID-19 vigilance: experts

Final tests of some COVID-19 vaccines to start next month

Final tests of some COVID-19 vaccines to start next month

The first experimental COVID-19 vaccine in the U.S. is on track to begin a huge study next month to prove if it really can fend off the coronavirus, while hard-hit Brazil is testing a different shot from China.

Final tests of some COVID-19 vaccines to start next month

Canada participation rates of girls in sport still lag behind boys

Canada participation rates of girls in sport still lag behind boys

Two-time Olympic gold medallist Rosie MacLennan battled body-image issues as a teenager. But the 31-year-old from Toronto stuck with her sport of trampoline, beating odds that, according to a recent report by Canadian Women & Sport, see one in three Canadian girls drop out of sports during adolescence.

Canada participation rates of girls in sport still lag behind boys