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Hope Trautwein Discusses Her 21-Strikeout Perfect Game

Hope Trautwein Discusses Her 21-Strikeout Perfect Game

Hope Trautwein Discusses Her 21-Strikeout Perfect Game Hope Trautwein Discusses Her 21-Strikeout Perfect Game It is the dream of every pitcher. All the opposing batters retired in order. A perfect game. But is a perfect game really perfect? After all, a few players will have gotten at least some bat on the ball, even if it was just a pop-up …

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As U.K. Mourns Prince Philip, Some Hope Royals’ Rift Will Heal

As U.K. Mourns Prince Philip, Some Hope Royals’ Rift Will Heal

As U.K. Mourns Prince Philip, Some Hope Royals’ Rift Will Heal As U.K. Mourns Prince Philip, Some Hope Royals’ Rift Will Heal “If there is a coming together at the funeral, and the boys, the brothers, can speak to one another and forgive and forget, then I think there’s some hope that Philip’s death may bring about an end to …

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Hope as a Public Health Tool

Hope as a Public Health Tool

Hope as a Public Health Tool Hope as a Public Health Tool The early coronavirus mistakes were mostly mistakes of excessive optimism. Many scientists, including Dr. Anthony Fauci, did not immediately grasp the threat. Neither did we in the media. President Donald Trump made the extreme version of this mistake, with a series of false statements minimizing the problem. Some …

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10 Years After Fukushima Disaster, This Nurse May Be the Region’s Best Hope

10 Years After Fukushima Disaster, This Nurse May Be the Region’s Best Hope

10 Years After Fukushima Disaster, This Nurse May Be the Region’s Best Hope 10 Years After Fukushima Disaster, This Nurse May Be the Region’s Best Hope Rina Tsugawa recalls a charmed childhood amid rice paddies in northern Japan, hopping on bicycles with her sister and roaming the streets of their village, where monkeys sometimes descended from the mountains and neighbors …

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Giving Hope, and a Place to Mourn: Memorials to the Pandemic

Giving Hope, and a Place to Mourn: Memorials to the Pandemic

Giving Hope, and a Place to Mourn: Memorials to the Pandemic Giving Hope, and a Place to Mourn: Memorials to the Pandemic The Codogno memorial is not the first in Lombardy, one of the Italian regions first affected by the coronavirus. Last August, the nearby town of Casalpusterlengo unveiled a memorial designed by Ottorino Buttarelli, a local artist, featuring stones …

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Early Data Offers Hope on AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 Vaccine

Early Data Offers Hope on AstraZeneca's Covid-19 Vaccine

Early Data Offers Hope on AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 Vaccine Early Data Offers Hope on AstraZeneca’s Covid-19 Vaccine Scotland’s vaccination program substantially reduced Covid-19 hospital admissions, according to the results of study released on Monday, offering the strongest real-world signal of the effectiveness of the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine that much of the world is relying on to end the pandemic. The study, encompassing …

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How Pandemic Lunches Gave Me Hope for the Planet

How Pandemic Lunches Gave Me Hope for the Planet

How Pandemic Lunches Gave Me Hope for the Planet How Pandemic Lunches Gave Me Hope for the Planet Leftovers. Leftovers may be the key to saving the planet. During the pandemic, there has been a lot of chicken. Chicken thighs with skin and bone and chicken thighs free of both. There is rotisserie, purchased precooked from the store, and whole …

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How South Africa’s Hope of Imminent Vaccine Relief Crumbled

How South Africa’s Hope of Imminent Vaccine Relief Crumbled

How South Africa’s Hope of Imminent Vaccine Relief Crumbled How South Africa’s Hope of Imminent Vaccine Relief Crumbled The infectious disease doctor in Johannesburg thought that he and his country would only have to hold on a little longer. A million doses of the AstraZeneca-Oxford vaccine had arrived from India. The first injections were set for Wednesday. After weeks of …

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Getting the Vaccine Along With a Glimmer of Hope

Getting the Vaccine Along With a Glimmer of Hope

Getting the Vaccine Along With a Glimmer of Hope Getting the Vaccine Along With a Glimmer of Hope One morning this week, as I was driving 90 minutes down a highway, past frost-covered fields and bright white church steeples, I finally cried. I was on my way to get the vaccine, and after nearly a year of bottling up emotions, …

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How New Vaccine News Gives Hope for Spring, if Enough People Get the Shots

How New Vaccine News Gives Hope for Spring, if Enough People Get the Shots

How New Vaccine News Gives Hope for Spring, if Enough People Get the Shots How New Vaccine News Gives Hope for Spring, if Enough People Get the Shots As coronavirus infections surged around the country in early November — and as the prospect of a long, dark winter loomed — it was not clear if any of the vaccines in …

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