health

Rebel Wilson Shares Photo of Svelte Physique, Gives 'Year of Health' Update

Rebel Wilson stunned fans on the ‘gram with a new photo showcasing her phsyique while donning a form-fitting blue dress. She also gave viewers an update on her “Year of Health.” See the post.
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Health Officials Say More Than 30,000 Enrolled in COVID-19 Vaccine Trials

Health officials say more than 30,000 people have volunteered to participate in two COVID-19 vaccine trials. Find out more about the trials on RADIO.COM.
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Study Finds Fast-Food Chains Are Still Using Wrappers With Toxic PFAS Chemicals

New research indicates that PFAS, the ‘forever chemicals’ that have contaminated water supplies around hundreds of military bases nationwide, are being used in fast-food packaging, despite demand from consumers, legislators to phase out the toxins.
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Hundreds of University Students Busted at Massive Pool Party

A pool party filled with college students in South Carolina was shut down for violating social distancing guidelines. Hundreds of students were busted at a massive pool party.
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94% of Coronavirus Deaths Occurred in Those With Underlying Conditions: CDC

The majority of COVID-19-related deaths in the U.S. have occurred in individuals who had underlying conditions, according to a new report by the Centers for Disease Control.
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United Airlines to Permanently Drop Change Fees

United Airlines has announced that the company will be dropping their change fees permanently in hopes of retaining customers during a time when passenger levels have dropped.
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Mom Posts Work-From-Home Video to Inspire Other Parents: 'You're Not Alone'

As many continue to work from home during the pandemic, a mother in Chicago wanted to inspire other parents. She posted a time-lapse video of herself working from home.
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Exercise and COVID-19 Can Be a Dangerous Combination: Study

A new study shows that COVID-19 and exercise do not mix well. The study reports that if you exercise while having coronavirus, that can be a dangerous combination.
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Major University Sees More Than 1,200 Students Test Positive for Coronavirus

On August 29, more than 1,200 students and 166 employees have tested positive for COVID-19 at the University of Alabama. The major university has released a COVID-19 tracking dashboard.
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How 4 Sleepaway Camps in Maine Prevented COVID-19 Outbreaks

A CDC report finds that four Maine sleepaway camps prevented COVID-19 spread among more than 1,000 people. Read the newest developments on RADIO.COM.
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