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When We Go Back To Eating Out, More Of Us Will Pay With Our PhonesMajor restaurant chains are trying to make it easier for customers to get their food without touching anything but their own phones.
George Floyd Protests Raising Fears Of Spike In Coronavirus CasesGovernment leaders and health officials have expressed their concern that coronavirus could rapidly spread during protests over the death of George Floyd.
Sewage Could Hold The Key To Stopping New Coronavirus OutbreaksThe vast brown rivers of sludge that gush into the sewage treatment plants across Germany may hold a key to early detection of any new wave of the coronavirus, scientists tell CNN.
How To Talk To Your Children About Protests And RacismNow it's even more likely that kids might find the video of George Floyd, an unarmed and handcuffed black man in Minneapolis, gasping for breath as a white police officer pressed a knee into his neck. Even if they haven't, experts say parents should assume their children are already aware of tragedies like these and their aftermath.
Yolo County Coronavirus Testing Facility Moving From Woodland To West SacramentoYolo County announced on Friday that the coronavirus testing facility in the area will move from Woodland to West Sacramento from June 2-20 with up to 135 people able to be tested each day.
If You Have ADHD, Here's How To Manage Working From HomeFor adults with ADHD, working from home can be frustrating and worrisome. But it can get better — an ADHD coach and psychologist offer tips for how adults with ADHD can productively manage working from home.
CDC Was 'Never Blind' To Early Spread Of Coronavirus In US, Director SaysThe CDC was "never blind" to the early spread of the coronavirus in the United States, the agency's director, Dr. Robert Redfield, told reporters on Friday.
Survey: Working From Home Impacts Hygiene Habits During Coronavirus QuarantineWe are brushing our teeth less often, taking fewer showers and doing less laundry during the cornonavirus quarantine, according to a recent study.
Self-Serve Salad Bars, All-You-Can-Eat Buffets Face Uncertain Future In The Age Of CoronavirusSelf-serve buffets and all-you-can-eat salad bars are, by design, hands-on affairs. So where's their place in a hands-off world?
Coronavirus Appears To Attack Placenta During Pregnancy, Study SaysA small study of pregnant women with the coronavirus found evidence of injury to the placenta.
AstraZeneca-Oxford Trial COVID Vaccine Moves To Crucial Phase With $1 Billion In U.S. BackingThe investment announced this week comes just as Oxford's vaccine team enters a crucial phase in its human trials: expanding testing with the enrollment of more than 10,000 people, including children age 5 to 12, and people over 70.
Salmonella Outbreak In 28 States, Including California, Linked To Chicks And DucksSpringtime brings the birth of new life, including pet poultry like chicks and ducklings. But those young birds may bring with them pesky Salmonella bacteria.