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CDC Says Every Public Activity in the Nation ‘Has Some Degree of Risk’

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, otherwise known as the CDC, reported that the country might see coronavirus cases spike as states being to reopen and more people gather in groups.
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Man Beats Coronavirus After 42 Days on Ventilator and 65 Days Away From Home

Paul Canetti, a man from Sacramento, California, spent 65 days away from home battling COVID-19. The California native just shared his hospital experience.
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70-Year-Old Coronavirus Survivor Receives $1.1 Million Hospital Bill

Michael Flor was dubbed the “miracle child” after being hospitalized for nearly two months due to coronavirus. Flor survived the novel virus only to be hit with a $1.1 million dollar bill.
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Hospital Janitors Often Overlooked as Essential Workers on the Coronavirus Front Lines

Hospital janitorial staff are overlooked as essential workers even as many put themselves at risk working 12-hours days sanitizing and disinfecting medical buildings, often without proper protective equipment.
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New Cancer Prevention Guidelines Recommend Cutting Out Alcohol Consumption Entirely

New cancer prevention guidelines are now urging people to skip the booze. The American Cancer Society said not consuming alcohol is best for cancer prevention and reduction.
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EEE, Deadly Mosquito-Borne Disease, Reportedly on the Rise

A report claims that cases of the deadly mosquito-borne virus Eastern equine encephalitis, otherwise known as EEE, will skyrocket in the Northeast region in the future.
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Some COVID Rates on the Rise Amid Reopenings — What Phase Is Your State In?

As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the United States has surpassed one million people, many individuals are wondering when local leaders will relax stay-at-home restrictions. Find out when your state plans to reopen amid COVID-19.
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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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