Coronavirus

Severe cases of COVID may age the brains of patients by 10 years: Study

According to a new study, individuals who suffered from severe cases of the novel virus could see mental decline equivalent to the brain ageing by a decade.
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Fauci warns early COVID vaccines will prevent symptoms, not block infection

Dr. Anthony Fauci said the main goal of an initial vaccine would be to prevent symptoms in those who test positive for the virus rather than blocking the infection completely.
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Pamela Anderson: I'm 'feeling puffy' after lockdown weight gain

No one is immune to the quarantine pounds, not even Pamela Anderson. The ‘Baywatch’ star proved she’s like the rest of us when she revealed she’s ‘feeling puffy’ after gaining weight in lockdown. Read more now.
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Fight over masks breaks out on flight, woman tasered by police: report

A woman who reportedly refused to wear a mask was tasered by police during a brawl on a Spirit Airlines flight from New Jersey to Puerto Rico.
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‘KUWTK’ star Khloe Kardashian reveals she tested positive for COVID

Khloe Kardashian reveals she tested positive for COVID-19. In a sneak peek of ‘Keeping Up With the Kardashians,’ the 36-year-old sent a message to her fans.
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Couple charged in $2 million unemployment fraud scheme

A couple from Detroit has been charged with taking part in a multi-million dollar unemployment fraud scheme during the COVID-19 pandemic – working with a former state employee.
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Learning from home means students must now seek tech support from parents

any parents are struggling to keep up with all the technical issues that come up when kids take classes online. There are unfamiliar platforms and apps, as well as internet connectivity and privacy issues. It’s a lot for parents to learn.
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DOE updates grading policy so students won't be penalized for late work, attendance amid COVID

In the era of remote learning, the Department of Education implemented an updated grading policy for the remainder of the academic year. Per the guidelines, students won’t have their grades lowered for late work or lack of attendance this year.
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Family builds trick-or-treat candy catapult for Halloween

A Pennsylvania family has built a catapult that will sling candy from their front yard to trick-or-treaters this weekend. Read more about the invention on RADIO.COM.
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Teachers use Bitmoji classrooms to reach students online

Going to school online can be unfamiliar and intimidating, especially for younger children. But some teachers are now using avatars to help to put their students at ease.
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