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13-year-old infects 11 family members with COVID-19 after testing negative

A 13-year-old is responsible for infecting at least 11 people in her family across four state lines with coronavirus, according to the CDC. The young girl was asymptomatic and tested negative. Read the full story.
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Physicians: Don't delay cancer screenings because of COVID-19

If you’ve been putting off getting your yearly mammogram or skin cancer screenings, because of fear of possibly contracting COVID-19, you’re not alone, but medical experts say it’s safe to go to your doctor.
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Suzanne Somers, 73, recovering from neck surgery after falling down stairs

Suzanne Somers is on the mend. The “Three’s Company” star revealed she had to have neck surgery after falling down a flight of stairs with husband Alan Hamel.
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Dr. Fauci warns: ‘We could have 300,000-400,000 COVID-19 deaths’

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has been continuously giving educated and reliable advice on the COVID-19 pandemic. Fauci said we could have 300,000 to 400,000 deaths.
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2 toddlers lose adoptive mom to COVID-19

Two toddlers lost their adoptive mother to COVID-19. Now, their older sisters are raising them during the coronavirus pandemic. Read the heartbreaking story on RADIO.COM.
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COVID-19 vaccine trial participants report severe fevers, aches: 'It hurt to even just lay in my bedsheet'

A few participants in COVID-19 vaccine trials have reported some intense yet fleeting side-effects. Five participants reported high fever, body aches, headaches, and exhaustion after getting the shot. See more now.
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6-year-old boy undergoes 2 bone marrow transplants amid COVID pandemic, reunites with family

A 6-year-old boy with a rare combination of cancers has been in the fight of his life since October. He underwent two bone marrow transplants while isolated in the hospital before finally reuniting with his family. Read on.
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Why Fauci says he’s 'disturbed and concerned' over new COVID-19 cases

Dr. Anthony Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, has been giving educated and factual advice when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic.
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Coronavirus led to spike in 'extensive' Google searches for this symptom

Since March, the World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a global pandemic. According to a new study, many people have searched a specific coronavirus symptom, which caused a spike in Google searches.
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Exploring 'open air' schools, used during tuberculosis outbreak

In 2020, classrooms are going virtual due to coronavirus. But in the 1900s, as tuberculosis raged through the population, children still needed to go to school. One solution was open air school. Read more here.
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