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Some cities and states are banning flavored tobacco products — like those commonly found in e-cigarettes. A new study from the Yale School of Public Health finds that could have an unwanted effect — it could push kids toward traditional cigarettes.

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Over 15,000 lives could be saved if every household in America got a free COVID-19 home testing kit. That’s according to a study from Yale.

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The CDC generally recommends a 14-day quarantine for people who may have been exposed to COVID-19. A study from the Yale School of Public Health said that time could be cut in half — but only with well-timed testing.

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The Yale School of Public Health recommends testing every nursing home resident at the first sign of a COVID-19 infection. That’s after nearly 3,000 patients died from outbreaks in Connecticut nursing homes.

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In 2014, the state of Connecticut quarantined nine residents due to fears of Ebola. They’d just come back from Liberia, one of the countries at the center of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, but they didn’t have Ebola. Eight of the nine are now suing the state in a lawsuit filed by students at Yale Law School.