Health

4th grade student sent home from school after sneezing twice in class

A father in Massachusetts said his nine-year-old son was sent home from school because he was sneezing. The father is now speaking out about the incident.
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COVID-19 nasal spray provided 'unprecedented levels of protection' in study

One billion people around the world could get vaccinated for COVID-19 with a formula developed at the Washington University in St. Louis School of Medicine.
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There are thousands of strains of COVID-19

Scientists at Houston Methodist hospital sequenced the genomes of 5,085 strains from two outbreaks. The first wave occurred in early March and the, much bigger one took place in June.
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34-year-old mother of five battling leukemia hospitalized with COVID-19

After being diagnosed with leukemia earlier this year, a mother of five has revealed she’s tested positive for coronavirus. The 34-year-old social media influencer shared her story on Instagram.
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Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine enters late-stage trial testing

Johnson & Johnson, a COVID-19 vaccine candidate, just began Phase 3 trials in the United States. The company entered its late-stage trial testing.
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Parents, teen face criminal charges after party forces school to go remote

Two parents and their teenagers in Massachusetts are facing criminal charges after hosting a party. The party forced a high school to delay reopening for in-person learning.
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COVID-19 or the flu? What parents need to know before sending kids to school

Tuesday marks the first day of fall, meaning the United States continues to inch closer to flu season in the midst of battling the coronavirus pandemic.
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Resident doctor dies of coronavirus at 28 after treating COVID-19 patients

A 28-year-old resident doctor has died from COVID-19 after a two-month battle fighting the deadly virus. Read the tragic story on RADIO.COM for more details.
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Nursing homes required to reopen to visitors

After six months in lockdown, the federal government is now requiring many nursing homes to open their doors to visitors. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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11,000 travelers may have been exposed to COVID-19 on airplanes: CDC

A new report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says that thousands of people may have been exposed to COVID-19 on airplanes.
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