coronavirus

WHO Warns the Coronavirus Pandemic Is 'Far From Over'

With Americans itching to get back to their normal lives, many states are beginning to lift ‘stay at home’ orders. However, the World Health Organization is warning that the coronavirus pandemic is ‘far from over.’ Read more now.
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Doctor Who Pushed Vitamin Treatment For COVID-19 Charged With Fraud

A doctor at a Macomb County clinic was raided by the FBI over Vitamin-C infusions he was advertising as COVID-19 treatment. He is facing health care fraud and conspiracy charges. Read more about the story.
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Remote Counseling Sees Spike In Demand

A growing part of the medical industry has seen an increase in demand because of COVID-19. Therapists say more people are seeking out remote mental health counseling as they deal with uncertainty related to the virus. Read more.
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Credit Card Issuers Lower Credit Limits, Cancel Credit Cards Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Credit card issuers are once again very nervous about the state of the economy and job market and are making some moves to protect themselves among the COVID-19 pandemic.
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NYC Firefighter Plays Epic Guitar Version of 'The Star Spangled Banner' to Honor Healthcare Workers

NYC firefighter Louis DeRosa has gone viral for his stirring, wailing-guitar version of ‘The Star-Spangled Banner’ while standing atop a fire engine outside New York-Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan during a tribute to healthcare workers.
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Sweden's Coronavirus Response Puts Few Restrictions on Public Life: Could It Work Here?

National coronavirus expert and University of Minnesota Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Research and Policy Dr. Michael Osterholm, explains whether Sweden’s unique coronavirus could work in the United States.
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Neurosurgeon: COVID-19 Can Travel to the Brain and Cause Inflammation

A neurosurgeon is now reporting that COVID-19 can travel to the brain and cause inflammation. Listen to his interview on KYW Newsradio, a RADIO.COM station.
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JetBlue Becomes First US Airline to Require Passengers Wear Face Masks

JetBlue announced Monday that beginning May 4, they will require that all passengers wear face coverings during travel to help slow the spread of coronavirus.
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How Should You Handle Your Kids’ Vaccinations During Coronavirus Pandemic?

How should you hand your childrens’ vaccinations during the coronavirus pandemic? Doctors weigh in on what parents need to know during this global outbreak.
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Coronavirus: Study Says Americans May Be Suffering ‘Quarantine Fatigue’

Are you sick of being in quarantine? A study now reports that Americans may be suffering from ‘quarantine fatigue’ during the coronavirus pandemic.
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