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Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Pediatricians Call for Children to Be ‘Physically Present’ in Schools This Fall

U.S. Pediatrics have called for all children to be physically back to their schools in the fall as that is essential for their development and well being.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Their best shots: Israeli efforts to invent a coronavirus vaccine, explained

With healthy hamsters and happy politicians, the Jewish state's research is going full steam ahead, and boasting of a breakthrough

News | News

Senate passes PPP extension through August - Axios

The House still needs to pass the Senate version of the bill, and Trump will need to sign.

Science & Technology | Science

Is Coronavirus Burning Out After 20% of a Population Is Infected? | RealClearScience

More than half a million people have died from COVID-19 globally. It is a major tragedy, but perhaps not on the scale some initially feared. And there are finally signs that the pandemic is...

Family & Parenting | Kids

U.S. Pediatricians Call For In-Person School This Fall

The dangers of social isolation outweigh the risks of in-person classes for most children, says the American Academy of Pediatrics.

Entertainment | Entertainment

Dr. Pavel Marichal Gallardo From The Hometown Of Salma Hayek

Salma Hayek who is is a Mexican and American film actress has shared a post for Dr. Pavel Marichal Gallardo. She said that Pavel Marichal Gallardo is from my hometown Coatzacoalcos.

Business & Finance | Business

The PPP Ends Today. Here's What's Next | Inc.

The latest bill wending its way through Congress is a much more targeted version of the Paycheck Protection Program. Here's an early look.

Health & Fitness | Health

N95 Respirators and Surgical Masks | | Blogs | CDC

CDC - Blogs - NIOSH Science Blog – N95 Respirators and Surgical Masks -

Entertainment | Entertainment News!

Broadway to Remain Closed for the Rest of the Year Due to Coronavirus

The Broadway League is is offering refunds and exchanges for tickets purchased for all performances through Jan. 3, 2021

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Is It Safe to Go Out to Eat?

When you’re going out to eat, the CDC suggests that you ahead, not only for reservations, but to confirm that COVID-19 safety measures are being followed.

News | In The News

California orders bars closed in seven counties as coronavirus surges

California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered seven counties, including Los Angeles, to shutter bars Sunday as new coronavirus cases surge in the state.

News | News

Trader Joe's Shopper Caught On Camera Ranting, Calling People 'Democratic Pigs' After Being Told To Wear A Mask

A shopper at a North Hollywood Trader Joe's was filmed having an angry outburst after being told to wear a mask inside the store.

Science & Technology | Biology & Medicine

What To Look For In A Face Mask, According To Science | FiveThirtyEight

To help you wade through the mountain of options, we’ve taken a look at the (admittedly limited) science available and spoken to experts to create a science-backed guide to mask shopping.

News | News

The Tragedy of the New Coronavirus Spikes | The New Yorker

The pandemic’s epicenter is shifting, and Trump still refuses to act responsibly; Republican governors need to decide if they will.

Entertainment | Humor

Florida's Anti-Maskers Are Taking a Stand | NowThis

‘I don’t wear a mask for the same reason I don’t wear underwear: Things gotta breathe.’ — Anti-maskers in Florida are warning of satanism, pedophilia, and ev...

Business & Finance | Business

An Alarming 53 Percent of U.S. Restaurants Are Now Permanently Closed, According to Yelp

Half of the restaurants that were on the food rating site in March of 2020 aren’t coming back.

News | Israel Around The World

Israel and UAE to Cooperate in Fight Against Coronavirus

An Etihad Airways plane is seen on the tarmac after landing at Ben-Gurion International Airport, near Tel Aviv, Israel, June …

News | In The News

Apple temporarily re-closes 14 more Florida stores as COVID-19 numbers surge

After closing stores across four states, this was no doubt a bit of an inevitable: Following reporting earlier today, Apple has confirmed that it will be shutting down an additional 14 stores in Florida, joining the two it closed last week. The company se

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Massachusetts report on 76 veterans home deaths describes coronavirus errors; boss fired | Fox News

Problems at a Massachusetts veterans home -- where 76 deaths were linked to a coronavirus outbreak -- began when patients from two dementia units were combined into one, a 174-page state report says.

Travel | Travel

Your Summer Travel Plans Are Turning You Into Your Parents

It's the summer of the RV and car camping; car-hops and drive-ins. And basically, we're all just turning into our parents.

Health & Fitness | Health News

COVID-19 Can Cause Loss of Smell, And Scientists Finally Discovered Why


From the first reports coming out of Wuhan, Iran and later Italy, we knew that losing your sense of smell (anosmia) was a significant symptom of the disease. Now, after months of reports, both anecdotal and more rigorous clinical findings, we think

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Why officials aren't alarmed by spiking coronavirus numbers - Los Angeles Times

Bartenders over the weekend began mixing drinks, gyms turned on elliptical machines and nail salons began polishing away as Los Angeles County reopened more of its economy even as coronavirus cases continued to rise.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

WHO: No 'live' coronavirus found in breast milk, recommends breastfeeding, report says | Fox News

World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus said Friday that coronavirus positive mothers who breastfeed are not at risk of transmitting the virus to their infant through their milk.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

CDC Chief: CCP Virus Cases Across US Are ‘Plateauing’

The top U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) official said the United States has the capability ...

Travel | Travel

Road Trip Alert: Travel To Or Through These States Can Mean You Need To Self-Quarantine

Are you welcome in the state you're heading? Here's what to know before you go.

Psychology | Psychology

Reopening? Learn How to Help Your Employees Feel Safe Psychologically

You can provide all the PPE you want, but it's also crucial that your employees are emotionally secure in their workplace.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

McEnany hits media for health concerns over rally: ‘You should exhibit that same concern for the protesters’ | Fox N

White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany faced a barrage of questions from the media on Wednesday over coronavirus concerns ahead of President Trump’s rally in Tulsa, Okla. on Saturday -- but the Trump aide pushed back by asking why they didn't expr

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Mask Hysteria: Are We Going Too Far? | MedPage Today

Kevin Campbell believes media and politicians use masking as a way to fear monger

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Widely Available Drug Improves Survival From COVID-19: Researchers

A cheap drug that's widely available reduces the chance of dying from COVID-19, researchers said.

Science & Technology | Biology & Medicine

Coronavirus breakthrough: dexamethasone is first drug shown to save lives

In a large trial, a cheap and widely available steroid cut deaths by one-third among patients critically ill with COVID-19.

News | News

The Coronavirus Will Win - The Atlantic

Americans are pretending that the pandemic is over. It certainly is not.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Detroit newspaper: Data showing Michigan coronavirus spike 'misleading' | Fox News

As the country continues to reopen, various media outlets have been quick to point out a spike in coronavirus cases for the state of Michigan. The Detroit Free Press, however, begged to differ and published a breakdown of the numbers on Thursday, describ

Science & Technology | Science

You Can Get up Close to This Coronavirus—It's Made of Glass | WIRED

But maybe not too close.  Luke Jerram's glass statues won't make you sick, but they could still take your eye out.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

A German shepherd is first dog in the U.S. to test positive for the coronavirus

Three cats have previously tested positive in the U.S., but experts say the risk to pets remains low.

Politics | Censorship

Facebook Will Remove Content Organizing Protests Against Stay-at-Home Orders, Zuckerberg Says

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg on Monday said the tech giant is removing posts that look to promote or organize protests against stay-at-home orders

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Largest Statistically Significant Study by 6,200 Multi-Country Physicians on COVID-19 Uncovers Treatment Patterns and Pu

Widespread confusion, conflicting reports, inconsistent testing, and off-indication use of existing and experimental drugs has resulted in no single s

Business & Finance | Business

4 Things to Check to See If Your Business Is Ready to Reopen | Inc.

As non-essential businesses prepare to resume operations, recognizing the signs that your business is--or isn't--ready to reopen is a crucial next step.

News | News

New Zealand says Coronavirus ‘eliminated’ and life can resume without restrictions

New Zealand lifted all social and economic restrictions except border controls after declaring on Monday it was free of the coronavirus, one of the first countries in the world to return to pre-pandemic normality.

News | NEWS

Asymptomatic spread of coronavirus is 'very rare,' WHO says

Government responses should focus on detecting and isolating infected people with symptoms, said the WHO's Dr. Maria Van Kerkhove.

Science & Technology | Biology & Medicine

Compare the flu pandemic of 1918 and COVID-19 with caution – the past is not a prediction

Differences in the viruses' biology and societal contexts mean there's no guarantee today's pandemic will mirror the 'waves' of infection a century ago.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Major Hydroxychloroquine Study Retracted: ‘We Deeply Apologize’

A top journal retracted a study on hydroxychloroquine that attracted worldwide attention—prompting the suspension of multiple trials—after three researchers admitted they couldn't vouch for the data used.

News | News

NYPD, LAPD Send Cops to Harass Hasidic Jews and Baseball Players for Social Distancing Violations

Has the NYPD threatened to arrest any of the peaceful protestors for social distancing violations?

Science & Technology | Tech

Coronavirus contact tracing apps face consistency challenges | VentureBeat

Contact-tracing apps across the U.S. and internationally won't be following the same standards, creating a substantial roadblock to their effectiveness.

News | News

Leaked documents reveal China withheld crucial information about the coronavirus at the start of the outbreak

China didn't publish the coronavirus genome until over a week after its scientists decoded it, according to a new investigation.

Science & Technology | Technology

Download video chat backgrounds from your favorite MeTV shows

Use these classic television sets to jazz up your calls in Zoom, Microsoft Teams and more!

News | News

What Israel can teach the world about beating a pandemic

Instead of falling victim to the Covid-19 crisis, Israel faced it head on. Now as corona wanes in Israel, we look back on how it achieved victory over this first outbreak with relatively few deaths.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Big-city Dems who had imposed strict coronavirus lockdowns now let George Floyd rioters flout rules | Fox News

The coronavirus lockdown is seemingly down and out, as many Democrats in charge of big cities -- including several who once insisted on strict quarantine measures -- line up to champion the nationwide mass demonstrations over the in-custody death of Ge

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

8 ways to bring your employees back to work

Guidelines to keep your company healthy and strong while transitioning back to the office and navigating the inevitable changes in your team culture.

Miscellaneous | Opinion

We Are in the Middle of an Unprecedented Climate Experiment

The pandemic has shut down the most polluting industries around the world and turned us all into more adaptable consumers. That still isn't enough.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Lab: Antiviral Drugs For Genetic Disease May Work Against Coronavirus

Researchers at the Israel Institute for Biological Research (IIBR) say that a combination of two existing antiviral drugs for Gaucher disease appear to inhibit the growth of SARS CoV-2.

News | News

Did Japan Just Beat the Virus Without Lockdowns Or Mass Testing? - Bloomberg

Japan’s state of emergency is set to end with new cases of the coronavirus dwindling to mere dozens. It got there despite largely ignoring the default playbook.

Politics | Pandemics

New York Health Department website deletes order stating nursing homes shouldn't deny admissions | Daily Mail Online

Governor Cuomo has been heavily criticized for the rate of nursing home deaths in the state - 5,300 of 26,000 across the US.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

High Doses Of Vitamin D Cannot Prevent Nor Treat COVID-19, Study Warns

Reports are claiming that lots of vitamin D (higher than 4000IU/d) can help fight off COVID-19 and stop the virus from manifesting severe symptoms.

Miscellaneous | Judaism

Shavuot in the Age of Corona

On Shavuot morning, 3,332 years ago, Heaven kissed Earth, and G‑d communicated the 10 Commandments upon Mount Sinai. Every year we relive that experience when we stay up all night and then read of this event from the Torah during Shavuot morning services.

News | News

They Survived the Worst Battles of World War II. And Died of the Virus.

Inside the Holyoke Soldiers’ Home was a man who had served as a jailer to Hitler’s top aide. A man who had rescued Japanese kamikaze pilots from the sea. A man who carried memories of a concentration camp.

Health & Fitness | Coronavirus Resources

Promising coronavirus vaccine might be delayed because not enough people are getting sick

One of the coronavirus vaccine candidates that has shown encouraging results is the one being developed at Oxford, which could be ready for emergency use this September.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

The Functional Medicine Approach to COVID-19: Virus-Specific Nutraceutical and Botanical Agents | The Institute for Func

Assesses the scientific plausibility of promising prevention approaches and therapeutic interventions and offers clinical recommendations.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Censoring Evidence on Vitamin C

High doses vitamin C isn't something many doctors are comfortable trying, but this relatively low-risk treatment may have potential—despite the censorship.

News | News

White House Expresses Concern Over Continued Growth Of Coronavirus Cases In LA – CBS Los Angeles

Dr. Deborah Birx, a key member of the White House's Coronavirus Task Force, said she has asked the CDC to investigate the L.A. area to determine why cases are still on the rise even though it has been shut down for two months.

Health & Fitness | Health

Did Japan Just Beat the Virus Without Lockdowns Or Mass Testing?

Japan’s state of emergency is nearing its end with new cases of the coronavirus dwindling to mere dozens. It got there despite largely ignoring the default playbook.

Sports | Sports

Basketball legend Patrick Ewing hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus

Basketball legend Patrick Ewing, 57, has been hospitalized after testing positive for coronavirus, he said Friday.

News | News

Trouble for Gavin Newsom’s $1 billion mask deal: Feds reject safety certification - SFChronicle.com

Gov. Gavin Newsom’s assertion that shipments of medical masks the state bought from a Chinese manufacturer had simply been delayed because of federal safety certification issues was thrown into doubt Wednesday when regulators said they had actually rejec

Music | Vinyl Records!

How the Coronavirus Is Affecting America’s Vinyl Record Industry | Pitchfork

Pressing plant shutdowns and a drop in demand are putting the format’s long-running comeback in jeopardy.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Coronavirus 'does not spread easily' on surfaces or objects, CDC says

The CDC says COVID-19 "does not spread easily" on contaminated surfaces or objects, nor by animal-to-human contact, or vice versa.

News | News

I was right, says prof who predicted pandemic would play itself out in 70 days

Isaac Ben-Israel says virus disappears everywhere at same speed, rendering interventions irrelevant. Public health expert: He 'has no clue about epidemiology and public health'

News | current events

CDC: Coronavirus ‘does not spread easily’ from contaminated surfaces

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tweaked its COVID-19 transmission information webpage to make it clear that the primary way the coronavirus spreads is from person-to-person. The CDC says the virus does not spread easily from touching

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Going To The Movies In A Pandemic: Has Sweden Got It Right?

Sweden is more talked about than ever as many countries emerge from lockdown and look to its example. On a recent day out doing things that most people haven't done in a long time like getting haircuts and seeing movies, Stockholm seemed relaxed. Have the

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Smoking increases SARS-CoV-2 receptors in the lungs, researchers find | Fox News

Cigarette smoke spurs the lungs to produce more of the protein that the coronavirus harnesses to enter human cells, according to new research.

News | News

Valley retail worker creates Facebook support group for workers attacked during pandemic

Retail rage. It's happening all over the country. A woman attacked a Walmart cashier with Lysol disinfectant spray to the face in Massachusetts. A 7-eleven clerk in Indiana gets coffee in the face and kicked and punched. And two men refusing to wear a mas

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Coronavirus in Canada: 81 percent of deaths in nursing homes, report says | Fox News

Deaths in nursing homes are accounting for a whopping 81 percent of Canada’s coronavirus fatalities, a report says.  

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

More Vitamin D, Lower Risk of Severe COVID-19?

Countries with higher death rates had larger numbers of people with vitamin D deficiency than countries with lower death rates.

News | News

‘Don’t Come’: Hawaii Enforces Strict Lockdown Measures

Venturing out of a hotel room in Hawaii right now might land you in handcuffs.

News | In The News

Coronvirus Impact: Pier 1 Imports to close all stores, cease retail operations - ABC7 Los Angeles

Pier 1 Imports wants to close all its stores for good as it struggles financially during the pandemic.

News | NEWS

Moderna's Israeli top medical officer: We've shown today that our vaccine works

US biotech firm's shares soar as it claims tests of first volunteers show its vaccine candidate produces immune response, 'has potential to prevent COVID-19'; Phase 3 tests in July

Politics | Politics

China Reportedly Institutes Mass Lockdowns Of More Than 100 Million After Failing To Stop Outbreak

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has reportedly ordered more than a hundred million people to go into lockdown after the government failed to stop the coronavirus outbreak originating in their country which has devastated the global economy. “Some

News | News

Newlywed quarantine breakers sent packing

A California couple allegedly scoffed at Hawai‘i’s mandatory traveler self-quarantine mandate and were arrested yesterday by special agents from the Dept. of the Attorney General.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

COVID-19: 6 Essentials for an Effective Face Mask

A cloth face mask is not foolproof protection from COVID-19, but here is what we know about what makes a good cloth face mask.

Politics | Politics

Pompeo Proven Right: China Admits That It Intentionally Destroyed Coronavirus Lab Samples

The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) admitted late last week that it destroyed coronavirus lab samples during the initial months of the outbreak, which originated in Wuhan, China. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has repeatedly said that China refused to give

Politics | Politics

What I learned about us from Coronavirus

Before COVID-19, just like everyone else, I had a daily routine. On my drive home I spent the time, which is considerable given LA traffic…

News | News

Rick Bright, the Coronavirus, and the Pandemic Path Not Taken | The New Yorker

The course of the pandemic in this country could have been different; the United States failed, and it didn’t have to.

Entertainment | Humor

Bible Scholars Confirm 'Do Not Be Anxious' Does Not Apply In A Global Pandemic

U.S.—Scholars across the nation have come to an agreement that the biblical commands not to be anxious do not apply in a global pandemic.From Jesus's command not to be anxious in Matthew 6 to Paul's similar exhortation in Philippians 4, none

Miscellaneous | Interesting Stuff

Twitter is sharing photos from before coronavirus lockdowns and they feel impossible

Twitter users have been inspired by a BBC article to share their last "normal" photo from before coronavirus changed the face of daily life.

News | News

Hundreds of planes are parked in giant 'boneyard' in the Arizona desert after coronavirus pandemic sees travel plummet by 95% - with some aircraft unlikely to ever take to the skies again

Delta Air Lines, among others, are turning to Pinal Airpark some 90 miles south of Phoenix, to keep planes in good condition while they are not in use during the global health crisis.

News | News

Michigan man charged with terrorism in death threats to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel

A man accused of making credible death threats against Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer and Attorney General Dana Nessel has been charged on a terrorism count, the Wayne County prosecutor's office said Friday.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Vitamin D & COVID-19 - Be part of the knowledge - ReachMD

Photo: Getty Images  News.Northwestern.edu After studying global data from the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, researchers have discovered a strong correlation between severe vitamin D deficiency and mortality rates. Led by Northwestern University

News | News

US Air Force Thunderbirds: Fighter jets fly over LA, Orange County in Southern California saluting front line workers -

The U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds conducted flyovers in Los Angeles, Orange County and other areas of Southern California today to honor local front line workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic. Get all the details on the flight path and schedule below.

News | News

A Taco Shop Gave Away 800 Tacos to Feed Homeless in Skid Row ~ L.A. TACO

Not even a pandemic can stop Revolutionario Tacos and other volunteers like Melissa Acedera from answering their passion for helping others in Skid Row.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

L.A.’s First Legal Liquor Store on Wheels Will Be Selling Booze on the Streets Starting Next Week ~ L.A. TACO

Sara's Market, City Terrace's famous Craft-meets-Paisa tiendita will hit the streets starting Monday selling rare IPAs, organic tortillas, and natural wine.

Politics | The China Threat

Here's How Badly China Faked Their COVID-19 Numbers

China says it has 83,000 coronavirus infections. But leaked Chinese data shows the number to be over 640,000.

Music | Music

You Can Stream Prince and the Revolution’s ‘Live 1985’ Concert to Support Coronavirus Relief Efforts

Prince’s legendary concert will be available to watch through Sunday, May 17, and Google is matching all donations.

Politics | Politics

San Diego Supervisor Says Only 6 Of 194 Coronavirus-Recorded Deaths ‘Pure’ Coronavirus Deaths

On Tuesday, San Diego county Supervisor Jim Desmond said after digging into the data that he believes only six of the county’s 194 coronavirus-identified deaths are “pure” coronavirus deaths, meaning they died from the virus, not merely

News | News

Coronavirus could shut 70,000 Israeli businesses this year, report warns

Since start of pandemic, there has been a 70% drop in number of new businesses, mainly due to economic uncertainty, Dun & Bradstreet says

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli scientists think they know why virus is severe for some, mild for others

Hoping to point way to drug therapy, Weizmann team says it found cells called in to fight coronavirus in lungs may actually worsen disease, sparking 'storm' that can lead to death

Science & Technology | Science

T cells found in COVID-19 patients ‘bode well’ for long-term immunity | Science

New findings suggest past infections may offer some protection against the novel coronavirus

News | News

Hundreds of homeless people tested for COVID-19 in Jacksonville, all are negative

A homeless organization tested nearly 700 homeless people in Jacksonville and all results came back negative, according to Quest Diagnostics.

News | JEWISH COMMUNITY

Orthodox Jews Are Half of Covid-19 Plasma Donors, Doctor Tells New York Times

Menashe Sadik, of Baltimore, Md., reads scripture while donating blood at the Blood Bank of Delmarva. Photo: Damian Giletto / …

Miscellaneous | Israeli Culture

Israelis Adjust To New Normal With Creativity, Digitization, And Cautious Optimism

In Israel, one of the first countries to lock down and then reopen, there is a common desire for a familiar routine.

News | News

Target security guard breaks arm during fight with men who allegedly refused to wear face masks - CBS News

As the men were being escorted out, one of the suspects is seen on video punching the employee "without provocation," police said.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Researchers Develop Tech That Turns Tap Water Into A Strong Disinfectant

Researchers at Bar Ilan University say their method produces water-based, environmentally safe disinfectants that can kill bacteria and viruses, including coronaviruses.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

The Coronavirus Pandemic: Living With Consistent Low-Grade Anxiety

Seven weeks into the coronavirus pandemic, one working dad reflects on the challenge of excess stress and the loss of cherished rituals.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Gov. Newsom releases guidelines to reopen dine-in restaurants, malls, offices and more in California

Governor Gavin Newsom released guidelines that dine-in restaurants, office buildings, shopping malls and other businesses across California will be required to follow in order to reopen.

News | News

Jewish Americans Say They Are Scapegoated For The Coronavirus Spread

Violations of health regulations by Orthodox Jews have been documented by public officials and media at a level of scrutiny that Jews say others don't face.

Science & Technology | Technology

How to Set Up Face ID to Work With a Face Mask

In the course of a few months, most of us have become used to wearing a mask when outside our home or business. Here's how to get Face ID to work with it on!

Health & Fitness | HEALTH

Global survey shows link between COVID-19 patients and taste, smell loss

Findings could help distinguish coronavirus patients from those with colds or flu, researchers say

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

Covid-19 isn't just a respiratory disease. It hits the whole body

Covid-19 symptoms go beyond pneumonia to include blood clots, inflammation and even swollen toes.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Study: Patients Low In Vitamin D Twice As Likely To Develop Severe COVID-19 Symptoms - Study Finds

A new study conducted at Northwestern University has concluded that vitamin D may be an essential ingredient to protecting oneself from the coronavirus.

News | Jewish Community

As Officials Ease Coronavirus Restrictions, Synagogues Show Caution - Going beyond the letter of the law to protect life

A sign attached to the padlocked door of the Shas Chevra Lubavitch synagogue in Budapest, Hungary, reads: “To fulfill the mitzvah of ‘you shall guard your lives very well,’ the synagogue is closed. Everyone is requested to pray individually at home.” (Photo: Alef/Vamos)

News | News

Anti-lockdown protesters seen carrying weapons inside North Carolina sandwich shop

The demonstration took place during the first full day of a phased-in reopening amid the coronavirus pandemic.

History | History

Woodstock Occurred in the Middle of a Pandemic – AIER

The contrast between 1968 and 2020 couldn’t be more striking. They were smart. We are idiots. Or at least our governments are.

News | The News

From trails to businesses, here’s a list of what can reopen under L.A. County’s 5-stage plan | KTLA

Despite being home to just a quarter of the state’s population, Los Angeles County as of Sunday has reported about 50% of known COVID-19 cases in California. So as the state begins the next phase of its four-stage reopening plan, the county is also follow

News | News

Michael Shine - We live in interesting times – don't we?

Michael Shine – We live in interesting times – don’t we? Still more questions than answers! We all have opinions, sometimes based on fact and sometimes not, which everybody is entitled to have, but which ones should we trust? Now that restrictio

News | News

FDA Approves First COVID-19 Antigen Test for Emergency Use

the food and drug administration has issued an emergency use authorization for an antigen test for COVID-19

Miscellaneous | Opinion

Seen 'Plandemic'? We Take A Close Look At The Viral Conspiracy Video's Claims

The video has been viewed millions of times on YouTube via links that are replaced as quickly as the video-sharing service can remove them for violating its policy against "COVID-19 misinformation."

News | News

Anti-Vaccination Activists Join Stay-At-Home Order Protesters

They see these demonstrations as a way to form political alliances that promote their movement.

News | News

LA Hiking Trails Are Open Again, Don't Mess It Up

They could be shut down if people don't follow safety protocols.

News | News

Coronavirus pandemic may lead to 75,000 "deaths of despair" from suicide, drug and alcohol abuse, study says - CBS News

Job loss, isolation and anxiety could lead to more deaths from suicide and substance abuse over the next 10 years, researchers say.

Health & Fitness | Health News

UV Rays Emitted Inside Trachea Could ‘Eradicate’ Viruses and Bacteria

Sunlight can directly kill troublesome microbes. Now UV light is being used in medical treatments that bring its cleansing to our trachea, where bacteria can grow.

Miscellaneous | Interesting

UV rays emitted inside trachea via new therapeutic could 'eradicate' viruses and bacteria

Sunlight can directly kill troublesome microbes. Now UV light is being used in medical treatments that bring its cleansing to our trachea, where bacteria can grow.

Music | Music

Take A First Look "Taylor Swift City Of Lover" Will Air May 17

Taylor Swift's 2019 Lover Fest tour was canceled last month due to coronavirus pandemic but now Swifties will have a chance to watch the superstar perform in...

Miscellaneous | NEW YORK CITY

Here's How Much New York City Is Skewing America's Coronavirus Numbers

Not only does New York skew the country's numbers - it's the source of the majority of the whole country's coronavirus caseload.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Why Does Belgium Have One of the Highest Death Rates of the CCP Virus

Click Here to Our YouTube Channel for More Videos Belgium, a small country in Western Europe, potentially has the ...

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

California Starts Reopening This Week: 5 Things To Know | Across California, CA Patch

CA Starts Reopening This Week: 5 Things To Know - Across California, CA - After weeks of waiting, some California businesses can reopen Friday. But it's complicated. Here are 5 things to know about the reopening.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

San Francisco Gives Free Drugs and Alcohol to Homeless People Under Quarantine

San Francisco is handing out free drugs and alcohol to homeless people under coronavirus quarantine

News | News

NRA cutting staff and salaries amid coronavirus pandemic

The National Rifle Association has laid off dozens of employees, canceled its national convention and scuttled fundraising, membership and shooting events that normally would be key to rallying...

Style & Fashion | Retro-futuristic

Plastique Fantastique's iSphere mask is informed by 1950s sci-fi comics

Art collective Plastique Fantastique has created an open-source, retro-futuristic face shield shaped like a fish bowl to protect users against coronavirus.

Politics | Politics

Israeli Bio-Defense Lab Says It Found An Antibody That 'Neutralizes' The Coronavirus | Health News

The Israel Institute for Biological Research (IIBR) announced that it completed a 'groundbreaking scientific development' toward a potential COVID-19 treatment.

News | News

UK coronavirus adviser Neil Ferguson resigns after breaking lockdown rules

Key expert in coronavirus response resigns from Sage after admitting ‘error of judgment’

Music | Music

Historic Troubadour nightclub launches GoFundMe page, calls survival 'a big if'

The general manager of the Troubadour, which famously launched Elton John's career, says 'to survive, we're going to need all the help we can get.'

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Israel isolates coronavirus antibody in 'significant breakthrough': minister - Reuters

Israel has isolated a key coronavirus antibody at its main biological research laboratory, the Israeli defence minister said on Monday, calling the step a "significant breakthrough" toward a possible treatment for the COVID-19 pandemic.

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Napa gallery opens in spite of county closure order; restaurant follows suit | Business | napavalleyregister.com

A downtown art gallery and a north Napa restaurant opened in violation of the county's shelter-in-home order.

Miscellaneous | Other Stuff

Israel Makes ‘Significant Breakthrough’ In Developing Coronavirus Antidote

Israel’s main biological research lab has reportedly made a “significant breakthrough” in the fight against the coronavirus as it has isolated a key antibody that will go toward potential treatments for the virus. Defense Minister Naftal

Politics | Politics

France Discovers Coronavirus From China Hit Their Country Much Sooner Than Realized

A hospital in France that retested old samples from pneumonia patients found that it got its first confirmed case of the coronavirus, which originated in Wuhan, China, back in late December — nearly a month earlier than previously expected. “Yves Co

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Initiative Taps Into Global 'Maker Army' For Tech-Driven COVID-19 Solutions

Tikkun Olam Makers (TOM) is leveraging its vast network of tech talent to develop and manufacture affordable products to provide much-relief during the pandemic. | NoCamels

Health & Fitness | CORONAVIRUS

Who is most at risk of dying from coronavirus?

the elderly and anyone of any age with chronic disease such as heart disease, diabetes, and lung disease are at the highest risk of severe coronavirus illness. we know that anyone having a weak immune