COVID-19 Vaccine Successful in Some Patients, Moves to Larger Studies

Early results from a Moderna vaccine proved successful in a small group of patients, resulting in heightened immune response and safe administration.
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Experts Say Working From Home Could Cause Bad Habits

If you think working from home is causing you to slip into some bad habits, you aren’t alone. Judy Gaman, CEO of Executive Medicine of Texas says if you’ve been sleeping in later and snacking more often, that’s okay.
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Apple Reveals Plan for Reopening Stores Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Apple is gearing up to reopen a handful of its stores in the U.S. roughly two months after it shut down to help contain the coronavirus pandemic. Roughly 271 locations were closed down in mid-March. Find out which ones are opening up.
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Lisa Kudrow Explains What Her 'Friends' Character Phoebe Would Be Doing in Quarantine

While we shouldn’t be holding our breath for a special quarantine episode of ‘Friends,’ actress Lisa Kudrow has some ideas on how it would play out.
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Bar Unveils Tube Tables on Wheels to Help Customers Social Distance

A bar in Maryland came up with a creative solution to help customers remain socially distant when it reopens. The famous Ocean City bar revealed its new social distancing tubes for customers.
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Hilarious Coronavirus Survival Guide Uses Clips From ‘Jaws' and Other Classic Horror Films

As the coronavirus continues to impact everyday life, many have compared what has happened over the last few months to horror and science fiction movies. Watch this survival guide made from iconic horror movie clips now.
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Could the Financial Impacts of COVID-19 Last Until Late 2021?

The economic impacts of the coronavirus pandemic are being felt all over the country. In an interview with CBS’s ‘Face the Nation,’ Jerome Powell, chairman of the Federal Reserve said the effects of COVID-19 could ‘stretch’ well into 2021.
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Person Infected With COVID-19 Exposed 180 People During Church Service

An individual who learned after the fact that they were coronavirus-positive attended a Mother’s Day church service in California, exposing more than 180 people in attendance.
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Pedigree Is Hosting Virtual Dog Adoptions Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Are you lonely during the coronavirus pandemic? Pedigree, the company known for its dog food, is hosting dog adoptions via Zoom amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Healthcare Providers Showing Signs of Burnout, PTSD

Recent studies show a significant percentage of frontline health care workers are exhibiting signs of burnout and even Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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