Coronavirus

Hospital's 'Recharge Rooms' Help Frontline Workers Recover From Coronavirus Stress

Dealing with the coronavirus pandemic has added an additional layer of stress on doctors, nurses, and hospital staff, but one hospital is hoping to help frontline workers unwind with ‘recharge rooms.’ Read on.
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Does Anyone Remember February? Looking Back at the Pre-Pandemic World

What songs were you pumping? What movies did you hit the theater to see? What will Elon Musk and Grimes name their child? WHO THE HELL IS JOE EXOTIC? All perfectly normal questions in late February/early March 2020…
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What Causes Nasty Mask Breath?

Wearing masks may have made you take notice of something with which you’ve never thought was a problem: bad breath. A dentist reveals why and how to remedy the side effect.
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Where Have All the Coins Gone Amid COVID-19 Pandemic?

Here’s an odd effect of the COVID-19 pandemic: With fewer people dining and shopping in-person, there’s a shortage of coins in circulation. Read more!
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New Coronavirus Experiment Aims to See How Virus Can Be Prevented at Large Concerts

Researchers in Germany are recruiting volunteers between the ages of 18 and 50 for a “coronavirus experiment” to attend a concert with singer-songwriter Tim Bendzko on August 22 at an indoor stadium in Leipzig.
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Amazon Prime Day Postponed This Year Due to COVID-19

The global coronavirus pandemic has postponed Amazon’s biggest shopping event of the year. The company officially made the announcement to why it decided to push pack the day.
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Foo Fighters' Dave Grohl Stands Up for Teachers: 'America’s Educators Deserve a Plan, Not a Trap'

Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl, whose mother was a public school teacher, has penned an open letter in The Atlantic, ‘In Defense of Our Teachers,’ to make his case about planning to reopen schools rather than swinging the doors open wide.
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Most Americans Are Still Susceptible to Catching COVID-19: CDC Study

A new study by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has revealed only a small percentage of people in the United States have coronavirus antibodies. This data suggests most are still at risk of contracting COVID-19.
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‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Will Address Coronavirus Pandemic in Upcoming Season

Producers of ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ have announced that they will address the coronavirus pandemic. Season 17 will focus on doctors fighting on the frontlines.
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Couple Placed on House Arrest After Refusing to Sign Self-Quarantine Order

Elizabeth and Isaiah Linscott said the Hardin County Sheriff’s Department served them with stay-at-home orders and gave them ankle monitors after they refused to sign a Self-isolation and Controlled Movement Agreed Order. Read more now.
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