Health

Teacher continues online classes with students hours after surgery

Just a few hours after undergoing a medical procedure and still in the hospital recovering, teacher Stephany Hume from Garland ISD’s Sewell Elementary in Sachse got right back to work, connecting with her students online.
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Study shows that masks 'dramatically reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19'

A new study by William Beaumont Hospital of its own staff – billed as one of the nation’s largest studies of the coronavirus antibody – shows that masks play a vital role in the protection of people against the disease.
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Nurse: Some positive patients deny COVID-19 exists right up until death

An emergency room nurse from South Dakota has come forth with a detailed account of her experience working in the intensive care unit, caring for patients who tested positive for coronavirus.
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COVID-positive man eats raw onion to show loss of taste in viral video: 'This is a crazy virus'

After he lost his sense of taste and smell, Russell Donnelly assumed it might be COVID-related. He took a rapid test, which confirmed it, and made a now-viral video showing him eating onions, garlic paste, and more. Watch it now.
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Fauci urges face masks still needed after getting COVID vaccine: ‘Don’t know how effective it is’

Dr. Anthony Fauci said it will still be essential to wear face masks, practice social distancing and follow COVID-19 guidelines after a vaccine becomes available.
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Moderna says its COVID-19 vaccine 94.5% effective in first analysis

The US-based biotech company Moderna says its Covid-19 vaccine is 94.5% effective in first analysis giving hope for a possible second vaccine option against the deadly virus.
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Here’s how to tell people that you have COVID-19

As the COVID-19 death toll rises in the United States, you may be afraid to tell people that you have contracted the deadly virus. Here’s how to tell people that you have COVID-19.
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Nurse details experience treating COVID-19 patients: ‘It's hard to watch'

A traveling nurse gave a detailed account of her experience working in the intensive care unit, caring for patients who tested positive for coronavirus.
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Lifetime found the 'oddest solution' to safely film kissing scenes in one of their holiday movies amid COVID

Despite the ongoing pandemic, Lifetime is still slated to release a bevy of holiday movies this year. The network also made sure to take some major precautions, albeit some unusual ones, to ensure their actors remain safe. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Supply chain experts say there's no need to stockpile items like toilet paper amid COVID-19 surge

With the rising number of COVID-19 cases, some consumers are concerned about the availability of products on store shelves in coming weeks, but experts say there have been lessons learned from the beginning of the pandemic. Read more here.
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