Day: September 9, 2020

Early data on Russian COVID-19 vaccine published in The Lancet for peer review

Sept. 4 (UPI) — Critical data for the COVID-19 vaccine announced by Russia last month were published Friday in a major medical journal for scientific review, a key step in the approval process.

British medical journal The Lancet published the early-stage data that shows the Sputnik V vaccine didn’t produce serious adverse effects among 76 adults participating in a pair of 42-day trials.

The vaccine elicited an antibody response in all participants, it added, as well as responses in T cells and neutralizing antibodies with in 28 days.

“Large, long-term trials including a placebo comparison and further monitoring, are needed to establish the long-term safety and effectiveness of the vaccine for preventing COVID-19 infection,” the authors at the Gamaleya National Center of Epidemiology and Microbiology in Moscow state in the study.

Russia announced the vaccine last month and said it had been registered for use, the first COVID-19 vaccine in

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Check Out Its 48 Exercise Modes And Fitness Features

The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar is one of the most capable runner’s and fitness watches in the world. At $849, though, it is far from a small investment.

I’m currently working on a review of the watch. It will look at elements like its heart rate and GPS tracking reliability, the solar-charging feature and battery life.

However, some of you likely just want to know if it can, or will, do what you need it to.

There are 48 workout modes preinstalled on the Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar. Below you’ll find a list of all 48. And underneath you’ll see screenshots from the bolded modes in the list, showing what info screens you’ll see when you start that form of workout.

The Garmin Fenix 6 Pro Solar is nothing if not comprehensive, though.

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Fla. Dentist’s Bid For COVID-19 Loss Coverage Axed


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Law360 (September 3, 2020, 4:10 PM EDT) —
A Florida federal judge handed a win to Allied Insurance Co. of America, freeing the insurer from having to pay for a dental clinic’s claimed COVID-19 related losses, holding that the policy’s virus exclusion clearly bars coverage.

U.S. District Judge John L. Badalamenti tossed Mauricio Martinez, DMD, P.A.’s suit seeking coverage for losses stemming from state-mandated closures because of COVID-19 Tuesday, holding that the dental practice’s alleged losses are not covered by the policy, which expressly

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Blake says ‘hurts to breathe’ in video from hospital bed

Jacob Blake, the young black man shot in the back multiple times by a white police officer in Wisconsin, said “it hurts to breathe” and that he was in constant pain in a video message from his hospital bed.

Despite his injuries, which will likely leave him paralyzed from the waist down, Blake told his supporters “there’s a lot more life to live.”

“Your life, and not only just your life, your legs — something that you need to move around and forward in life — can be taken from you like this, man,” Blake said, snapping his fingers, in the video released Saturday by his lawyer Ben Crump.

Wearing a hospital gown, Blake said he had staples in his back and stomach.

“Twenty-four hours, every 24 hours it’s pain, it’s nothing but pain,” he said.

“It hurts to breathe, it hurts to sleep, it hurts to move from side-to-side,

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