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Shanghai Disney guests kept in closed park for virus testing

BEIJING (AP) — Shanghai Disneyland was closed and visitors temporarily kept in the park for virus testing, the city government announced, while social media posts said some amusements kept operating for guests who were blocked from leaving.
Antibody treatment tested as new tool against malaria

Antibody treatment tested as new tool against malaria

Research in Africa found a one-time dose of an experimental drug protected adults against malaria for at least six months, the latest approach in the fight against the mosquito-borne disease.
Authorities: Suspect in abortion clinic fire died in August

Authorities: Suspect in abortion clinic fire died in August

NASHVILLE, Tenn.
Judge keeps North Dakota abortion ban from taking effect

Judge keeps North Dakota abortion ban from taking effect

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota judge ruled Monday that he will keep the state's ban on abortion from taking effect, saying there's a "substantial probability” that a constitutional challenge to the law will succeed.
Missouri investigates hospital denial of emergency abortion

Missouri investigates hospital denial of emergency abortion

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. (AP) — Missouri's health department is investigating whether a hospital violated federal health care rules in denying a woman an emergency abortion, an agency spokeswoman confirmed Monday.
Low costs expected to keep Obamacare interest high

Low costs expected to keep Obamacare interest high

WASHINGTON (AP) — Millions of Americans can begin selecting their 2023 health insurance plans on HealthCare.gov on Tuesday, as the Biden administration pushes to keep the number of uninsured Americans at a record low .
New Montreal clinic will be part of Quebec network studying long COVID, Lyme disease

New Montreal clinic will be part of Quebec network studying long COVID, Lyme disease

MONTREAL — A new clinic opened Monday in Montreal to treat patients and help researchers better understand two conditions with different origins but similar symptoms — long COVID and Lyme disease.
B.C. offers doctors new pay model, including $135,000 raise, to target health crisis

B.C. offers doctors new pay model, including $135,000 raise, to target health crisis

VANCOUVER — Family doctors in British Columbia have been offered a significant raise under the province's new compensation model as part of a plan to address the crisis in the health-care system.
Eichel leads the way in NHL for disk replacement surgeries

Eichel leads the way in NHL for disk replacement surgeries

Jack Eichel argued and argued with his former team, and even with the league, for the right to undergo neck surgery that had never before been performed on an NHL player.
CDC director tests positive for COVID again

CDC director tests positive for COVID again

NEW YORK (AP) — The head of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has tested positive again for COVID-19. Dr. Rochelle Walensky had mild symptoms Sunday and is isolating at her home in Massachusetts, the CDC said Monday.