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Researchers Designing Mask That Would Glow When It Detects Coronavirus

Harvard and MIT researchers are designing a face mask that would detect the coronavirus. The mask would begin to glow when an infected person breathes, coughs, or sneezes into it. Find out more details now.
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Men Less Likely to Wear Masks Because They Think It's 'Not Cool,' Study Finds

Men are less likely to wear face masks in public than women because they think it’s a ‘sign of weakness,’ according to a study done by Middlesex University London in the UK and the Mathematical Science Research Institute in Berkeley, California.
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CDC Issues Advisory for Rare Inflammatory Syndrome Afflicting Kids With COVID-19

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released a national advisory Thursday asking doctors to report cases of a rare inflammatory syndrome that’s targeting children and seemingly linked to coronavirus.
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These Centenarian Veteran Sisters Are Using Technology to Stay in Touch Amid COVID-19

At 105 years old, Meta Monteleon is the nation’s oldest Army nurse veteran. And she’s not letting something like the COVID-19 pandemic stop her from talking to her 100-year-old sister, Virginia Dupree Phillips. Read more.
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Reimagining What College Will Look Like in the Age of Coronavirus

While colleges have moved online for the remainder of the spring semester, people are starting to wonder what classes will look like in the fall. College presidents discuss what restrictions may be in place when students return to campus.
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Heinz Ketchup Releases All-Red Puzzle to Keep You Entertained While in Quarantine

For those looking for a real puzzle challenge, Heinz Ketchup has created an all-red puzzle that will frustrate even the best puzzle enthusiasts. There are 570 red pieces in the puzzle.
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Eerie Aerial Photos Show Completely Deserted Walt Disney World

In a series of stunning and aerial photos, many of the Magic Kingdom’s iconic attractions can be seen completely devoid of any people amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Flights Have Been Packed Amid Coronavirus: Is Flying Safe?

The coronavirus pandemic has put a dent in travel plans for many, yet people are still finding themselves on packed flights when embarking on necessary travel. Is flying even safe right now?
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Mom Hospitalized with Coronavirus Uses Recording of Newborn’s Heartbeat to Bond with Her

A Texas mother hospitalized with coronavirus found an ingenious way to bond with her newborn daughter. Music therapists at took recordings of their heartbeats so they could bond.
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Vending Machines for PPE Installed at Airport

Vending machines at McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas are well-known for offering a variety of items for travellers. Cupcakes, headphones, and now personal protective equipment.
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