Health

Macy’s Plans to 'Reimagine' Thanksgiving Day Parade This Year

Macy’s plans to ‘reimagine’ the annual Thanksgiving Day Parade in November amid the coronavirus pandemic. The official website for the parade announced its plans.
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What the 1918 Flu Pandemic Could Foreshadow for COVID-19 Survivors?

To try and better understand COVID-19, researchers reviewed data from survivors of the highly contagious 1918 flu pandemic and their findings could offer an unsettling warning for those stricken with the novel virus.
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Can You Get Your Money Back if COVID-19 Closes Your College Campus?

While more coronavirus cases are being reported in colleges, many schools will welcome back students, while also offering online classes. Will you get your money back if COVID-19 closes your college campus?
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Flushing Public Urinals May Spread Coronavirus: Study

New research is highlighting the potential risks involved with using a public bathroom. The study out of China says flushing public urinals may spread COVID-19.
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Doctor Loses License for Amputating Patient's Toe on Dirty Back Porch

A Missouri doctor had his license revoked after he amputated a patient’s toe on the ‘unsanitary’ back porch of his rural office. Find out how the doctor explained his ‘lapse in judgment.’
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Don’t Cook the Books — Microwaving Them Won’t Kill COVID-19

Ever try to return a singed library book? Apparently, some Americans are. A misinformed method is igniting online, encouraging readers to microwave their leased books in order to kill any remnants of COVID-19.
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University Kicks Out Students From On-Campus Housing After Video of Dorm Party Surfaces

Several UConn students have been kicked out from on-campus housing after a video of a dorm party surfaced. The students were not practicing social distancing.
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University Quarantines Entire Sorority After 23 Members Test Positive for COVID-19

Fall semester classes at Oklahoma State University began on August 17. The entire Pi Beta Phi sorority needs to quarantine after 23 members tested positive for COVID-19.
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At Least 979 Sick From Onion-Linked Salmonella Outbreak — See Case Numbers by State

If you’re heading to the supermarket to buy red onions, you may want to be careful. Federal health officials linked a United States Salmonella outbreak to red onions.
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Former Security Guard Is Now a Medical Student at the Same Hospital

A former security guard came back to the hospital where he used to work, but this time as a medical student fighting on the coronavirus front lines.
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