HEALTH

Hungry Rats May Become ‘Aggressive’ as Coronavirus Restaurant Shutdowns Persist: CDC

While restaurants remain closed during the coronavirus pandemic, it is bad news for humans, but also for the rats. Experts warn that the rodents may get ‘aggressive’ amid COVID-19 restaurant shutdowns.
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Betty White Is Doing Crossword Puzzles and Sipping Martinis During the Pandemic: 'I'm Blessed'

Betty White wants all her fans to know that she is doing perfectly fine during the coronavirus pandemic. The 98-year-old actress says she is grateful for her health and the chance to slow down.
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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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Healthcare Providers Showing Signs of Burnout, PTSD

Recent studies show a significant percentage of frontline health care workers are exhibiting signs of burnout and even Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).
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Disney Parks to Implement Mask Requirements, Plexiglass Dividers, and Temperature Checks

The ‘happiest place on Earth’ is going to feel like a different place when Disney parks in the United States finally reopen. Disney Parks just revealed its proposed safety protocol for a ‘phased reopening.’
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10-Year-Old Creates Plastic 'Hug Curtain' to Be Able to Embrace Grandparents

People still need to social distance, which means physical contact with family and friends can be hard during the coronavirus crisis. A 10-year-old girl created a plastic curtain to be able to hug her grandparents.
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Hand Sanitizers Are Selling Out, But You Can Still Buy These Brands Online

Experts are still learning more about the spread of COVID-19, but continuously say that it is essential to wash and sanitize your hands. Hand sanitizers are selling out, but these brands you can buy online.
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Restaurant Installs Shower Curtains Between Tables to Encourage Social Distancing

Many people across the country are still under stay-at-home orders. A restaurant just installed shower curtains between tables to encourage social distancing.
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Coronavirus Meat Shortages Could Possibly Last Through Summer

A nationwide shortage of meat production is starting to affect businesses across the United States. These shortages happening across the country could possibly last through summer.
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Coronavirus-Sniffing Dogs Could Provide Boost in COVID-19 Testing

Nationally-recognized veterinarian Dr. Carol Osborne spoke to KRLD about how dogs will have the ability to screen several thousand people per day, leading to a much-needed expansion of testing in the U.S. and other nations fighting the pandemic.
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