Coronavirus

Americans Are Hunting More Amid Fears of a Coronavirus Meat Shortage

More Americans are hunting more during the coronavirus. People across the United States are nervous due to the coronavirus food shortages in the United States.
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Why Do We Celebrate National Nurses Week?

Nurses are needed now more than ever. Here are some facts you need to know about National Nurses Week (May 6 - 12), as well as the nursing profession.
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Missouri to Allow Concerts Starting Today

Missouri plans to start gradually reopening their state on Monday May 4th and part of Gov. Mike Parson’s “Show Me Strong” recovery plan is the return of large-scale live events such as concerts and sporting events.
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No Stimulus Check Yet? 6 Reasons Why It May Be Held Up

Over 90 million Americans received their stimulus checks already, but the process hasn’t been seamless for many. Read on for 6 reasons why you might not have gotten your stimulus check yet.
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Pizzeria Reveals Shocking Bill for 46 Orders

The owner of Chicago Pizza Boss shared a troubling photo on social media that has consumers wondering where their money is really going when they order delivery from some of their favorite local businesses.
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Should You Withdraw Money From Your 401(k) Amid Coronavirus Pandemic?

Millions of Americans are struggling financially due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. An option people may want to consider is whether to withdraw funds from their 401(k) savings plan.
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89-Year-Old Grandmother Shows How to Make the Perfect ‘Quarantini’ Cocktail

An 89-year-old New Jersey grandmother has gone viral for her boozy “quarantini” cocktail recipe. Joseph Curci recorded his adorable Nana making the libation with step-by-step instructions.
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Can Coronavirus Spread in Pools?

While the coronavirus crisis still affects the global, having fun this summer may look different this year. Many people may be curious: Can coronavirus spread in pools?
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Digital Tool Allows You to Monitor Alcohol Consumption During Quarantine

Social distancing has led some Americans to drink a little more than usual. The National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism created a digital tool to help you keep track of how much you drink. Read more now.
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6 Ways to Save Money if You Lost Your Job Due to Coronavirus

Millions of people in the United States have lost their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic. Now they need to cut costs, but traditional advice doesn’t apply to the current situation. These are some of the financial steps that they could take.
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