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Heart disease, cancer, and accidents drive the 40% higher mortality rate among American men compared to women.
An additional 6,398 mental health providers are needed to fill the gaps. In some states, over 80% of the population lives in a mental health professional shortage area.
Other charts show how much the vaccination rate fell and where adults are hesitant about the shots.
As of May 24, 30% of adults reported anxiety or depression symptoms. That is down from a peak of 43% in November of last year.
Health officials are reviewing six cases of blood clots occurring in women six to 13 days after vaccination.
Around 61,000 people died from influenza in the 2017-2018 flu season, the most in the last 10 years. Almost 529,000 people have died of COVID-19 as of mid-March.
Here are five things the data says about COVID-19 as March begins, including stimulus spending patterns and a decline in nursing home cases.
As of late March, five "variants of concern" are estimated to account for more than half of all cases.
A $1.9 trillion COVID-19 relief plan. Expanding civil rights and environmental protections. Here are the facts to understand the goals of the new administration.
December was the worst month for coronavirus cases and deaths so far.