Health

COVID-19: Can the Virus Live on Your Beauty Products?

Doctors are now telling people the best practices for using beauty products during the COVID-19 pandemic. Can coronavirus live on your makeup products?
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Hair Stylist Worked for 8 Days at Great Clips Location Despite Having COVID-19 Symptoms

A Missouri hairstylist served 84 clients over eight days while experiencing symptoms of coronavirus. Officials revealed other places the stylist frequented. See the details.
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Photos Show Packed Memorial Day Gatherings at Missouri’s Lake of the Ozarks

Missouri is one of the states that gradually continues to reopen, but this Memorial Day Weekend was alarming as the state saw many crowds. See the details.
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Doctor Who Delayed Retirement to Treat Coronavirus Patients Dies After COVID-19 Battle

A well known doctor in New York City has died of the coronavirus. The doctor made the decision to delay his retirement to work on the COVID-19 front lines.
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7-Year-Old Boy with Sickle-Cell Disease Recovers from Coronavirus

After enduring several blood transfusions and pneumonia in his lungs, a seven-year-old boy with sickle-cell disease has recovered from coronavirus.
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Coronavirus Survivor Shares Alarming Body Transformation Photo While in the Hospital

A man who was hospitalized for six weeks with the coronavirus shared a before and after photo to let people know how coronavirus can affect the body.
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Instagram Launches Tool That Focuses on Mental Health, Wellness Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Instagram just launched a tool that focuses on mental health and wellness during the coronavirus pandemic. If you use the famous app, find out what the platform offers.
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Mom Welcomes Identical Quadruplets During Coronavirus Pandemic

During her first ultrasound, Jenny Marr knew that she was expecting a baby with her husband, Chris Marr. The parents found out that they would have identical quadruplets during the coronavirus pandemic.
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Nurse Sails Hundreds Of Miles To Join Coronavirus Frontlines In NYC

When the coronavirus pandemic hit New York City, a nurse in Virginia knew she had to do something to help. The nurse sailed hundreds of miles to join coronavirus frontlines.
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Experts Say Working From Home Could Cause Bad Habits

If you think working from home is causing you to slip into some bad habits, you aren’t alone. Judy Gaman, CEO of Executive Medicine of Texas says if you’ve been sleeping in later and snacking more often, that’s okay.
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