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Summer Is Here and Your Mask Is Sweaty: Here's What to Do About It

As summer approaches, it may be hot, and you may get sweaty. Here is what you can do if your mask gets sweaty while you are outside. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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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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Anxiety Grows Over Physical, Social Limitations of Returning to Work While Masked

While some coronavirus restrictions have been eased, people still need to wear masks in public and in the workplace. But constantly covering one’s face is taking a social and physical toll on some, according to a psychologist who practices in PA.
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WHO Clarifies That Coronavirus Can in Fact Be Spread Without Symptoms

The World Health Organization reported the spread of coronavirus by someone who is not showing any symptoms appears to be rare. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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COVID Shutdowns Prevented 60 Million Infections: Study

Widespread shutdowns prevented what could have been an additional 60 million cases of coronavirus infections in the United States, according to new research.
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Over 25,000 Deaths from Coronavirus in Nursing Homes, Federal Report Shows

The federal government has counted all of the nursing home deaths since the coronavirus pandemic started. Officials have counted nearly 26,000 nursing home deaths from COVID-19.
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Coronavirus Survivor Receives $840,000 Medical Bill for Treatment

A Colorado native just spent several weeks in the hospital after beating and fighting COVID-19. The coronavirus survivor just received a $840,000 bill for his treatment.
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Man Self-Isolates in Train Station While Operating the Locomotives Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

A man is self isolating in a train station while getting to drive them during the coronavirus pandemic. The United Kingdom resident described his experience.
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Hungry Rats May Become ‘Aggressive’ as Coronavirus Restaurant Shutdowns Persist: CDC

While restaurants remain closed during the coronavirus pandemic, it is bad news for humans, but also for the rats. Experts warn that the rodents may get ‘aggressive’ amid COVID-19 restaurant shutdowns.
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New Collection of Mobile Apps Helps With COVID-19 Anxiety, Depression: Study

Northwestern said a new study, published May 20 in JAMA Psychiatry, states the collection of mobile apps called Intellicare offer special content to help people reduce the stress and anxiety of dealing with the pandemic.
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