health

Why isn’t there more focus on a COVID cure?

The world has been waiting with baited breath for a vaccine that can prevent infection of the novel coronavirus. While there have been encouraging developments on the vaccine front, some might be wondering if a cure for the disease is on its way too.
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Health experts rate holiday activities on risk scale from 1 to 10

Physicians from TMA’s Committee on Infectious Disease and its COVID-19 Task Force ranked more than 30 common holiday activities on a scale of 1 to 10, based on how much risk the activity offers for leading to a potential coronavirus infection.
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Doctor offers advice to families with college students returning home amid pandemic

With college students returning home for Thanksgiving, a family practice doctor has advice on how to do it as safely as possible during the pandemic.
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'Don't lose hope': How to deal with COVID-19 fatigue as cases rise, restrictions increase

As coronavirus case counts soar, cities and states are imposing more restrictions. And with Thanksgiving and the winter holidays approaching, stress levels are even higher for people who are experiencing COVID-19 fatigue.
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Rebel Wilson says she ate ‘3,000 calories most days’ before weight loss journey

Rebel Wilson opened up about her weight loss journey. The ‘Bridesmaids’ actress, 40, went into detail about how she’s been getting healthy. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Outbreak leads to more than 300 people exposed to COVID-19 at wedding

Health officials in Washington state are urging more than 300 people to quarantine after attending a wedding. Read the latest details on RADIO.COM.
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NYC tourism industry may not fully recover until 2025

The tourism industry in New York City faces a tough and long road ahead. NYC & Company, the agency in charge of promoting tourism in the city, finds it may take until 2025 to fully recover.
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Teacher continues online classes with students hours after surgery

Just a few hours after undergoing a medical procedure and still in the hospital recovering, teacher Stephany Hume from Garland ISD’s Sewell Elementary in Sachse got right back to work, connecting with her students online.
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Study shows that masks 'dramatically reduce the risk of contracting COVID-19'

A new study by William Beaumont Hospital of its own staff – billed as one of the nation’s largest studies of the coronavirus antibody – shows that masks play a vital role in the protection of people against the disease.
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Nurse: Some positive patients deny COVID-19 exists right up until death

An emergency room nurse from South Dakota has come forth with a detailed account of her experience working in the intensive care unit, caring for patients who tested positive for coronavirus.
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