Health

Cottonelle wipes recalled over possible bacteria contamination

Kimberly-Clark announced it is recalling specific lots of Cottonelle Flushable Wipes and Cottonelle GentlePlus Flushable Wipes due to the possibility they could be contaminated with bacteria that can cause infections in people.
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Small household gatherings are helping drive the spike in COVID cases, CDC chief says

Large gatherings have been banned or discouraged since the start of the pandemic in March. But as cases of the coronavirus continue to spike around the country, the CDC is now warning how small indoor gatherings are helping to spread COVID-19.
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Some live entertainment options returning to the Las Vegas Strip this month

Hotels were allowed to reopen in Nevada back on June 4th, but hotels have had to keep shows shut down due to the state’s COVID-19 directives limiting groups to no more than 50. Now some shows are returning. Read more!
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COVID-19 vaccine trial 'temporarily paused' by Johnson & Johnson after 'unexplained illness'

Johnson & Johnson announced on Monday night that it had “temporarily paused” trials of a COVID-19 vaccine after a trial volunteer came down with an “unexplained illness.”
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Toxic ‘forever chemicals’ found in popular bottled water brands: Report

A new study by Consumer Reports found toxic “forever chemicals” in popular bottled water brands. Large amounts of PFAS chemicals in lab animals have been known to cause birth defects and cancer. Learn more on RADIO.COM.
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'Be afraid': Survivor shares alarming story after COVID-19 fight

Sheri Roddy has been watching the very public debate over how serious the COVID-19 pandemic actually is. The 55-year-old tested positive for the disease back in April and is still feeling the effects.
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How to prevent eye strain while you work, learn remotely during the pandemic

Spending hours focused on a task right in front of you makes it harder for your eyes to adjust to things in the distance, according to Dr. Ayesha Malik.
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Women are better at wearing face masks and maintaining other COVID safety protocols: Study

According to a new study by researchers at New York University and Yale University, women are more likely to wear face masks, wash their hands and socially distance themselves from others.
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CDC adds being overweight to list of increased COVID risk

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated their list of conditions that may put people at increased risk of severe illness if they contract coronavirus.
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Teachers told to go back to work after being in contact with student infected with COVID-19

Teachers at a New York school are being told to go back to their classrooms after coming into direct contact with a student who tested positive for coronavirus.
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