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Chill imbibes: inside the booming business of relaxation drinks

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Taking a dip in the new business of relaxation After a long day, we all want to slow our heart …read more

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Covid vaccine sites need to be ready for rare reactions, officials say

Health care workers should be trained to spot the warning signs and have equipment to respond swiftly if something goes …read more

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Pfizer Covid vaccine works against virus variants, new research suggests

“It was a very reassuring finding,” said Pfizer chief scientific officer Dr. Philip Dormitzer. …read more

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2020 ties with 2016 as world’s hottest year on record, E.U. climate change service says

“We need another dictionary to help us describe how these extremes continue to play out and unfold year after year,” …read more

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Warming oceans may be choking off oxygen to starfish, causing them to ‘drown’

Warming ocean temperatures are fueling increases in organic material and bacteria that suck up oxygen in these watery habitats. …read more

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One-third of America’s rivers have changed color since 1984

Only about 5 percent of U.S. river mileage is considered blue — a color often equated with pristine waters by …read more

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Warming already baked in will blow past climate goals, study finds

Warming already baked in will blow past climate goals, study finds …read more

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Examining the biggest scientific breakthroughs of 2020

NBC News’ Simone Boyce breaks down the most important scientific breakthroughs of 2020. …read more

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Tony Robbins claims he saved his employee from COVID — she says that’s a lie

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Illustration by William Joel, Photography by Jim Spellman/WireImage & Astrid Stawiar via Getty Images Behind Tony Robbins’ dangerous approach to the …read more

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2020 is the deadliest year in U.S. history, mainly due to Covid, CDC finds

There could be 3.2 million deaths in the U.S. this year, at least 400,000 more than in 2019. …read more

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