COVID-19

Families form 'pandemic pods' to maximize learning, socialization and to stay safe this winter amid COVID

As COVID-19 puts a halt to traditional learning, some families are coming up with their own ways to help their kids get not only education, but also socialization, while also keeping health guidelines in mind.
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‘Brain fog’ may impact more than half of all COVID patients

Some of the common symptoms of COVID-19 – fever, cough, shortness of breath - are commonly understood. But other, such as difficulty concentrating or loss of smell or taste, continue to raise questions about how the coronavirus affects patients.
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Working from home leads to 'posture pandemic' for some

If you’re working from home, you may notice new aches or pains you didn’t experience at the office. It’s likely because of workstation setups at home.
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25-year-old man confirmed as first American to be infected with COVID-19 twice

Researchers have confirmed the first case of coronavirus reinfection in the United States. According to the study, the man is a 25-year-old from Reno who initially tested positive in April. Find out more on RADIO.COM.
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Man allegedly spent $17 million in COVID relief loans on luxury cars and several homes

A Texas man has been indicted for fraudulently using coronavirus relief loans on lavish goods and homes. In total, he received more than $17 million in Paycheck Protection Program loans and used it on extravagant personal expenses.
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'Be afraid': Survivor shares alarming story after COVID-19 fight

Sheri Roddy has been watching the very public debate over how serious the COVID-19 pandemic actually is. The 55-year-old tested positive for the disease back in April and is still feeling the effects.
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Women are better at wearing face masks and maintaining other COVID safety protocols: Study

According to a new study by researchers at New York University and Yale University, women are more likely to wear face masks, wash their hands and socially distance themselves from others.
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CDC adds being overweight to list of increased COVID risk

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated their list of conditions that may put people at increased risk of severe illness if they contract coronavirus.
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Teachers told to go back to work after being in contact with student infected with COVID-19

Teachers at a New York school are being told to go back to their classrooms after coming into direct contact with a student who tested positive for coronavirus.
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Families form 'pods' to maximize learning, socialization during COVID-19 pandemic

As COVID-19 puts a halt to traditional learning, some families are coming up with their own ways to help their kids get not only education, but also socialization, while also keeping health guidelines in mind.
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