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Public health officials may be able to predict the next outbreak of COVID-19 through clues in a surprising source: raw sewage. That’s according to a new study from Yale and the Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.

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Science has fascinated Ainissa Ramirez ever since she watched her very first episode of the PBS kids science show 3-2-1 Contact. It changed the way she looked at the world and put her on a career path. 

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Yale New Haven Health System stopped recommending the anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a coronavirus therapy this week. 

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PFAS, common chemicals used to make everything from pizza boxes to take-out containers, are associated with risk of miscarriages, according to a new study from Yale. 

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Governors in the Northeast say they need more COVID-19 diagnostic tests before people can return to work safely. Researchers at Yale are the latest to study a saliva test they say is easier to administer and more reliable than standard nasal swabs. 

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