COVID-19

23andMe Reveals That Blood Type May Determine Susceptibility to Coronavirus

Your blood type may determine how susceptible you are to coronavirus, according to a preliminary study from 23andMe, the genetic testing service. Find out which blood types are more likely to contract the virus based on the initial study.
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Dogs Can Learn to Detect COVID-19 by Sniffing Armpits: Study

A new study claims dogs could be very helpful in detecting the virus in patients. According to the study, dogs can be trained to spot COVID-19 by sniffing armpits.
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Wendy’s Beef Supply Is Back to ‘Near-Normal Levels’ After Pulling Burgers Due to Meat Shortages

After Wendy’s pulled burgers from the menu of some of their restaurants amid meat shortages due to the coronavirus pandemic, the chain announced they are almost back to their regular supply levels of beef.
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Are Group Exercise Classes Safe at Gyms Amid Coronavirus?

As gyms begin to reopen amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, many are wondering if a group exercise class is safe? A new study may have you thinking twice about attending that Zumba class.
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Man Receives 37 Unemployment Checks Worth $14,000 in the Mail

While some people wait for one unemployment check, one man in Oregon received a total of 37. After waiting months for his money, Daniel Mark was surprised to see a stack of checks in his mailbox from the Oregon Employment Department. Read more.
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Coronavirus: Is Working From Home Wearing You Out?

Since stay-at-home orders have been imposed and working from home has become the new normal, many Americans have found themselves with an abundance of free time. Is working from home wearing you out?
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Man Asks ‘Did I Miss Anything?’ After Emerging From 75-Day Isolated Retreat

It’s impossible to ignore what’s happening in our world, but one man did just that when he embarked on a 75-day isolated silent retreat in March and returned to a world with coronavirus and protests against police brutality. Read on.
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Tear Gas Could Increase Spread of Coronavirus Among Protesters, Experts Say

As crowds gather protesting amid a pandemic, some of the demonstrations have resulted in tear gas being used to disperse protestors. Experts warn its use could further the spread of coronavirus.
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National Parks Have Started Reopening Following Coronavirus Closures: Here's What to Know

As stay-at-home orders begin getting lifted around the country, national parks are slowly beginning to open back up to visitors looking to take in some scenic sights. Here are the latest updates from the national parks! Read now.
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Do's and Don'ts of Hugging During a Pandemic

If you miss hugging your friends and loved ones, you’re not alone. Many people who have been social distancing for months are craving physical affection. Here’s how to hug safely amid the pandemic!
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