Coronavirus

Working from home leads to 'posture pandemic' for some

If you’re working from home, you may notice new aches or pains you didn’t experience at the office. It’s likely because of workstation setups at home.
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25-year-old man confirmed as first American to be infected with COVID-19 twice

Researchers have confirmed the first case of coronavirus reinfection in the United States. According to the study, the man is a 25-year-old from Reno who initially tested positive in April. Find out more on RADIO.COM.
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Millions of Americans have not claimed their stimulus checks

Have you claimed your federal stimulus check? Nearly 9 million Americans may have missed out, according to the IRS. Millions of low-income people do not normally file taxes, and those people are at risk of missing out.
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Dr. Fauci estimates when we will see 'some degree of normality'

With the coronavirus pandemic going on its 8th month, many are wondering when the world may return to the idea of normal we knew before the virus hit. Dr. Fauci is predicting when that might be possible.
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Second stimulus check: What’s the status of another round of COVID relief?

Americans are hoping for another round of direct payments in coronavirus aid. Here’s what we know about the status of a second stimulus check and another round of major COVID-19 relief.
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COVID-19 can remain infectious on phone screens, money for nearly a month: Study

A new study has found that the virus that causes COVID-19 is able to survive and remain infectious on a variety of surfaces, including glass, stainless steel, and banknotes, for 28 days. Find out more information on RADIO.COM.
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Maynard James Keenan of TOOL says there's 'still lung damage' after recovering from Coronavirus

Now further down the road to recovery, Keenan admits he’s “close” to being back to himself again and asks that we all look out for our neighbors in these difficult times. “That’s all. Just be safe. Don’t be dumb.”
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The Academy will allow films to be screened at drive-ins to qualify for 2021 Oscars

With many movie theaters still closed due to COVID-19, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced it will allow drive-in screenings to help films qualify for the 2021 Oscars.
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Foo Fighters, Dave Matthews, and more get together to 'Save Our Stages'

Some of the biggest acts from across the musical spectrum are coming together to bring epic live performances into fans’ homes as part of the Save Our Stages Festival, taking place October 16-18 on YouTube.
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Decorations, candy, moldy pumpkins: How to keep your pets safe during Halloween

Halloween could be a real scary time of year for your pets. Candy, costumes and even old pumpkins could be harmful if ingested, and unfortunately, choking and poisoning hazards are all around this time of year.
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