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Dogs can detect scents as low as one part per trillion—far beyond any technology—and were 92% to 98% accurate for SARS-CoV-2.
The FDA gives the thumbs-up to the emergency use of Pfizer COVID boosters in kids 5 through 11.
Researchers looked at women who received prescriptions for hormone replacement therapy or combined oral contraceptive pill.
One study shows lower risks of infection and hospitalization in vaccinated kids 5 to 17 years old.
In US news, key outbreak markers continue to rise, especially in the Northeast and Midwest.
The data come from the medical records of all adults hospitalized in Alberta and Ontario for COVID from Jan 1, 2020, to Sep 30, 2021.
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