People choose to learn about health, world news based on feelings, study finds

Information-seeking may be governed by effects of what is learned on personal feelings, according to new research. File Photo by George Dolgikh/Shutterstock Dec. 3 (UPI) — People choose whether to seek or avoid information about their health, finances and personal traits based on how they think it will make them feel and how useful it…

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Russia’s COVID toll hits 578000 after deadliest month

A medical specialist tends to a patient suffering from the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) at a local hospital in the town of Kalach-on-Don in Volgograd Region, Russia November 14, 2021. REUTERS/Kirill BragaRegister now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.comMOSCOW, Dec 3 (Reuters) – Russia’s COVID-19 death toll has reached at least 578,020, the third worst in…

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Parents of suspected Michigan H.S. shooter are charged with involuntary manslaughter

The parents of a teenager accused of killing four fellow students at a Michigan high school were charged with four counts of involuntary manslaughter Friday. Oakland County Prosecutor Karen McDonald announced the charges against James and Jennifer Crumbley at a news conference. “While the shooter was the one who entered the high school and pulled the…

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India sees impact of Omicron blunted by vaccination, prior infections

Author of the article: NEW DELHI — India expects the Omicron variant of coronavirus to cause less severe disease, the health ministry said https://www.mohfw.gov.in/pdf/FAQsonOmicron.pdf on Friday, thanks to vaccinations and high prior exposure to the Delta variant that infected nearly 70% of the population by July. Junior doctors protested to demand that staff numbers be…

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