Minnesota abortion clinic braces for tide of out-of-staters
DULUTH, Minn. (AP) — On the top floor of a modest two-story brick building near the shore of Lake Superior, the executive director of northern Minnesota's only abortion clinic flits from room to room, checking in patients, fielding phone calls from people seeking appointments and handling billing questions from those struggling to pay. In the waiting room at WE Health Clinic in Duluth, patients from Wisconsin and Texas sit among Minnesotans — the leading edge of an expected uptick in out-of-state patients following the Supreme Court’s removal of the federal right to abortion. © Provided by Associated Press WE Health Clinic obstetrician Dr.
children who had an Corona infection after Corona infection have to struggle with health complaints more often in the following months. © provided by Berliner Zeitung
In particular, according to an report by the Medical Blatt , they complain more often about fatigue, weakness and fever as children who were not infected. The trade magazine relies on an study of Canadian scientists.
The study was carried out from March 2020 to January 2021 at 36 emergency rooms in eight countries. A total of 1884 children aged from zero to ten years took part with a positive SARS-COV-2 test. You were followed up for 90 days.
a total of 110 (5.8 percent) of positive children had post-covid 19 diseases, the report says. Among them were children who had been in the hospital during the acute illness and girls and boys who were not hospitalized.
The most common symptom was fatigue (fatigue) or weakness. The scientists found that hospitalization of at least 48 hours increases the risk of post-covid disease.
Hawaii couple charged with stealing IDs of dead Texas kids .
HONOLULU (AP) — A U.S. defense contractor and his wife who lived for decades under the identities of two dead Texas children have been charged with identity theft and conspiring against the government, according to federal court records unsealed in Honolulu. Walter Glenn Primrose and Gwynn Darle Morrison, both in their 60s, who allegedly lived for decades under the names Bobby Edward Fort and Julie Lyn Montague, respectively, were arrested Friday in Kapolei on the island of Oahu. © Provided by Associated Press This undated photo provided by the United States District Court District of Hawaii shows Gwynn Darle Morrison, aka Julie Lyn Montague.