Health

Teacher Resigns to Protect Family From COVID-19

With COVID-19 still gripping the state, some teachers are having to decide between maintaining an income and maintaining their health. KRLD spoke to one woman who sacrificed her job for the health of her family.
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Lake of the Ozarks Mayor Defends Viral Videos of Crowded Parties

Lake of the Ozarks mayor defends viral videos of huge crowds… He says his town has had 9.1 million – which is more than the previous two years combined.
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Most People Agree Their Skin Is Healthier From Spending More Time at Home

In a recent survey, people shared that their skin is healthier during the coronavirus pandemic. While people continue to stay home, people are focusing more on their skincare.
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Second Grader Tests Positive for COVID-19 After First Day Back in School

A second grader in Cherokee County, Georgia has tested positive for coronavirus, just after one day of in-person classes. Read about the note to parents and next steps taken by the school district on RADIO.COM.
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Couple Raises $20,000 to Buy Face Masks for Their Community

A couple in St. Petersburg, Florida, spent $20,000 on masks for their community. A married couple wanted to help out their neighborhood during the coronavirus pandemic.
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'I Was Freaked Out': Why More Than a Quarter of COVID Survivors Are Reporting Hair Loss

After overcoming COVID-19, some patients are reporting that hair loss is an indirect side affect. However, hair thinning and loss is also affecting those who have been stressed during the pandemic. Find out why!
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Cruise Ship Industry Suspends Cruises Until Oct. 31

The cruise industry announced Wednesday, that is is voluntarily suspending all cruises in the U.S. until ‘at least’ October 31. Will this affect your trip?
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38,000 Pounds of Ground Beef Recalled for Missed Inspection

Over 38,000 pounds of ground beef from Canada have been recalled after not receiving an inspection when imported into the United States, according to a notice from the FDA.
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2020 Radio City Christmas Spectacular Canceled Due to Pandemic

The coronavirus pandemic has claimed a longstanding holiday tradition in New York City. The Radio City Christmas Spectacular has been canceled for the first time since the show’s debut in 1933.
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Texas Man's Obituary Blames Selfish People, Politicians for COVID-19 Death

The obituary of a Texas man who died from the coronavirus blamed government officials and selfish people for his death. His obituary has gone viral.
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