Health

Disease Expert Questions Guidelines on Cloth Masks, Says They Don't Stand Up to Virus' Air Assault

With the news of Mayo Clinic, Costco and all major American airlines now making facemasks mandatory, Americans are racing to buy or make masks at a record pace. A pre-eminent COVID-19 expert says that may not be necessary.
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Experts Warn Relaxed Restrictions Will Impact Coronavirus Death Toll

As relaxed restrictions start to begin across the United States, experts warn this will impact the coronavirus death toll for the whole country.
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Should You Wear Your Rings During the Coronavirus Pandemic? How Jewelry Could Hide Germs

As many people practice social distancing, hand washing has become a daily routine to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Should you wear your rings during the coronavirus pandemic?
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Americans Are Hunting More Amid Fears of a Coronavirus Meat Shortage

More Americans are hunting more during the coronavirus. People across the United States are nervous due to the coronavirus food shortages in the United States.
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Why Do We Celebrate National Nurses Week?

Nurses are needed now more than ever. Here are some facts you need to know about National Nurses Week (May 6 - 12), as well as the nursing profession.
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Nurse Who Gave Birth After Having COVID-19 Fights for Life Following Cardiac Arrest

A New York nurse who contracted COVID-19 while pregnant is clinging to life. The 35-year-old gave birth after having COVID-19 is fighting for her life after going into cardiac arrest.
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Study Finds Common Ingredient in Cough Medicine May Help Coronavirus Grow

A new study found a common ingredient in cough medicine that may help the coronavirus grow. Find out which ingredient that can be found in the an over-the-counter medicine.
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Socially Distant Wedding Ends With Groom Losing His Ring

Marriage has a nice ring to it. But when a groom loses his wedding ring, things can get a little hairy. A socially distanced wedding ended with the groom losing his ring.
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City’s Proclamation Requiring Face Masks Amended After Threats of Violence

Last week an emergency proclamation was issued in Stillwater, Oklahoma, which required residents to wear face masks in restaurants and stores. The proclamation was amended after threats of violence.
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Coronavirus Survivor Credits Recovery to Experimental Drug Remdesivir

A coronavirus survivor is crediting his recovery to the experimental drug remdesivir. Though he was not part of the “at-risk” population for the virus, he was sick for several days and eventually developed bilateral viral pneumonia. See the details.
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