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Some people might still develop some sort of infection a second time, he says, and if they mount a strong immune response, they may not get seriously ill, but they may still shed the virus and infect other people.
Those drugs may keep seriously ill people from dying and help them recover faster, but it would be far better to keep people from getting so sick in the first place, scientists say.
Though children appear less likely to become seriously ill or die than adults, youngsters do get infected.
Sporty women have selected their position on the gender binary, we’re told, and must double down to be taken seriously.
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If stakeholder interests are to be taken seriously, stakeholderism should be rejected.
While it’s a role that came into his life serendipitously, Gladwell takes it very seriously, especially because this is a time “when the gap between scholars and experts and the general public grows wider every day,” as he explains.
Williams’s contributions to the Yankees’ dynasty are seriously underappreciated.
BERNIE WILLIAMS DESERVES MORE CREDIT FOR MAKING THE YANKEES A DYNASTYNEIL PAINE (NEIL.PAINE@FIVETHIRTYEIGHT.COM)JULY 14, 2020FIVETHIRTYEIGHT
The world needs to engage seriously with China’s AI development and take a closer look at what’s really going on.
The marketing landscape is ever-changing, and very few marketers can seriously claim to have the vision and anticipation required to stay ahead of trends.
Still, Clara recalls, “No one was really taking it seriously.”

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