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Katie Mogg

Katie Mogg is an intern at NBC News.

Katie Mogg is an intern at NBC News.

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Four more free Covid tests will be available to U.S. households

Four free at-home Covid tests are available to order from the federal government. They'll be shipped starting the week of Nov. 27.
14d ago

Nearly 450 patients at a Massachusetts hospital may have been exposed to HIV and hepatitis

Nearly 450 patients at Salem Hospital in Massachusetts may have been exposed to hepatitis B, hepatitis C and HIV due to improper administration of their IV medications, a hospital spokesperson said Thursday.
14d ago

Child and teen cancer deaths fell 24% in the last 2 decades, CDC says

The rate of child and teen cancer deaths in the U.S. fell 24% between 2001 and 2021, according to a report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
21d ago

A new toothpaste could help adults with peanut allergies, study hints

Adults in an early-stage trial safely tolerated a toothpaste that may reduce severe allergic reactions to peanuts.
26d ago

Feeling angry may help people achieve their goals, study finds

A study found that participants who completed challenging tasks while angry performed better than those who felt other emotions such as sadness, desire or amusement.
35d ago

University of Rochester professor has been missing 6 days and may be in danger, police say

A professor at the University of Rochester did not show up for a scheduled class and has been missing for six days since. Police say he may be in danger.
36d ago

Exposure to chemicals in the womb may be linked to childhood weight gain, study finds

Babies exposed to endocrine-disrupting chemicals while in the womb may face a higher risk of gaining weight rapidly during early childhood, a study found.
49d ago

Paxlovid may reduce the chance of long Covid. Why don’t doctors prescribe it more?

Long Covid experts agree that the antiviral pill Paxlovid seems to reduce a person's risk of lasting symptoms. But the drug is no longer very widely prescribed.
56d ago

Sticking to a vegetarian diet may be partly genetic, study finds

Sticking to a vegetarian diet may be partly genetic, a study found. The research identified several genes associated with people's adherence to vegetarianism.