Health

Southwest Air reports biggest loss in company history

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines reported the biggest loss in company history Thursday, a third-quarter loss of $1.16 billion due to COVID related travel problems.
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What to do when distance learning is just not working?

While students and teachers have been conducting school from home for months now, many are still having trouble adjusting to the change. So what should you do if you notice your child’s teacher appears to be stressed out or disorganized?
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How do antibody cocktails work?

Scientists and doctors are eagerly awaiting results of studies looking at the possibility of preventing COVID-19 through monoclonal antibodies.
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Daughter of rescued hiker missing for 2 weeks said mom hit her head and became 'very disoriented'

Officials have released more information about the two-week disappearance of a California woman at Zion National Park in Utah. Holly Courtier reportedly suffered a head injury early on in the hike, according to her daughter. Read more.
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Olivia Newton-John opens up on new foundation, shares advice to women fighting breast cancer

Olivia Newton-John uses her platform to educate about cancer research while she battles breast cancer. The ‘Grease’ actress is sharing advice to women battling breast cancer.
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Hoda Kotb opens up to Drew Barrymore about her 2007 cancer diagnosis

Hoda Kotb is revealing how she knew it was the right time to open up about her cancer diagnosis from over a decade ago. See what she had to say to the talk show host.
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You can now get face masks that smell like fried chicken or bacon

Hormel Foods and Jack in the Box have unveiled face masks that’ll make your mouth water because they smell like some of your favorite foods: fried chicken and bacon. Find out how you can snag these aromatic masks now.
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These are the 'rattiest cities' in America

Orkin released its annual list of America’s “rattiest cities.” Chicago has the most rats in the nation. The Windy City claimed the top spot for the sixth consecutive year. Read more to see where your city ranks!
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Cottonelle wipes recalled over possible bacteria contamination

Kimberly-Clark announced it is recalling specific lots of Cottonelle Flushable Wipes and Cottonelle GentlePlus Flushable Wipes due to the possibility they could be contaminated with bacteria that can cause infections in people.
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Some live entertainment options returning to the Las Vegas Strip this month

Hotels were allowed to reopen in Nevada back on June 4th, but hotels have had to keep shows shut down due to the state’s COVID-19 directives limiting groups to no more than 50. Now some shows are returning. Read more!
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