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Health care services that cover HIV in the South disrupted by coronavirus pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted health care services in America, especially in the South, where HIV continues to plague the region.


The South accounted for more than half of the country’s roughly 37,000 HIV infections in 2018 and has been a focus of the Trump administration’s goal of eradicating the disease by 2030 by focusing on hot spots for the infection and getting people on drugs.

Fewer people in the South are aware that they have HIV compared with other regions in the U.S., according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Parts of the so-called Black Belt — a poor agricultural region stretching from Louisiana to Virginia that was first known for the color of its soil and then for its mostly Black population — have particularly high rates of new HIV infections.

Health services have stopped or limited testing for

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Gyms, fitness centers can reopen next week | News

Gyms and fitness centers can reopen next week at a limited capacity, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer announced Thursday.

Under the latest executive order, gyms and pools can reopen at a 25 percent capacity starting Wednesday with strict protocols in place. Among the restrictions includes wearing masks at all times and maintaining six feet between workout stations and individuals participating in classes.

“Throughout this pandemic, we have followed the best science and data available to make decisions that will keep Michiganders safe, and our hard work is paying off,” Whitmer said in a news release. “…I urge everyone who plans to hit the gym after these orders go into effect to take these precautions seriously and do everything in their power to protect themselves and their families.”

An added caveat to the restrictions is that gym attendees must provide their name and phone number.

Whitmer’s administration has hinted at reopening gyms and

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APO-Exemestane (exemestane) Drug / Medicine Information

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Align Technology (ALGN) Strong on Robust Customer Adoption

Align Technology, Inc. ALGN recently reached a new milestone by treating the one millionth patient in the Asia Pacific (APAC) region with its Invisalign system. The patient is based in Tokyo, Japan. Per the company’s estimates, the Invisalign system is the only clear aligner with one million patients in the APAC region and more than eight million patients worldwide.

The system, which belongs to Align Technology’s clear aligner line of products, has been seeing continued robust uptake.

The recent milestone backed by favorable customer feedback is in line with the company’s global expansion strategy.

Significance of the Milestone

Per the clinician who treated the one millionth patient in the APAC region, Align Technology’s Invisalign clear aligner was the preferred choice for the treatment. The reason for this choice being that the company has insight from various orthodontic cases to produce comfortable aligners with superior technology and clinical outcomes that meet

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