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Flu vaccine may offer some protection from COVID-19, early data suggests

Early data suggests that the flu vaccine may actually provide some protection against COVID-19. While it won’t prevent infection, doctors say it might prevent you from having a more serious case.
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Can you get COVID-19 while standing in line?

In the coronavirus pandemic, standing in line at a grocery store may be stressful for some. Can you get COVID-19 while standing in line? Read for more details on RADIO.COM.
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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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Small household gatherings are helping drive the spike in COVID cases, CDC chief says

Large gatherings have been banned or discouraged since the start of the pandemic in March. But as cases of the coronavirus continue to spike around the country, the CDC is now warning how small indoor gatherings are helping to spread COVID-19.
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Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ found in popular bottled water brands: Report

A new study by Consumer Reports found toxic “forever chemicals” in popular bottled water brands. Large amounts of PFAS chemicals in lab animals have been known to cause birth defects and cancer. Learn more on RADIO.COM.
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How to prevent eye strain while you work, learn remotely during the pandemic

Spending hours focused on a task right in front of you makes it harder for your eyes to adjust to things in the distance, according to Dr. Ayesha Malik.
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Women are better at wearing face masks and maintaining other COVID safety protocols: Study

According to a new study by researchers at New York University and Yale University, women are more likely to wear face masks, wash their hands and socially distance themselves from others.
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Infectious disease expert blasts Trump breaking isolation to visit supporters as 'very dangerous'

University of Minnesota infectious disease researcher Michael Osterholm blasts President Trump breaking coronavirus isolation to visit with supporters
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Fitness instructors left without jobs due to COVID-19 launch new outdoor, online studio

Two fitness instructors are finding a way to persist, after a beloved wellness center they worked together at for 10 years decided to shut its doors permanently due to COVID-19. Read more here.
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Neanderthal genes could cause severe COVID reaction: Study

A new study suggests that the reason why some people have a more severe reaction to coronavirus could be genetic. Researchers say that people with genes inherited from Neanderthals could be playing a part, find out more on RADIO.COM.
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