Health

Northshore only part of state with coronavirus case growth,

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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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Ochsner needs 2,500 volunteers for its COVID-19 study

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Is Telehealth Here to Stay After the Coronavirus Pandemic?

With many doctors’ offices transitioning into telemedicine platforms during the COVID-19 outbreak, some patients are wondering if telehealth is here to stay.
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Still Looking for Clorox Wipes? CEO Says Shelves Won't Be Fully Stocked Until Summer

Are you still looking for clorox wipes? The CEO of the company just reported that shelves won’t be fully stocked until the summer. Cleaning products have been popular due to the COVID-19 global outbreak.
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Uber Will Require Passengers and Drivers to Wear Face Masks Amid Coronavirus Pandemic

Uber will soon require that its passengers and drivers wear face masks amid the coronavirus pandemic. No start date has been reported, but the company is encouraging people to always wear face masks.
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What Will Shopping Malls Be Like When Coronavirus Restrictions Are Lifted?

Will you be heading back to the mall once it reopens? What will shopping malls be like when coronavirus restrictions are lifted? One mall company weighs in on their plans for reopening.
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'The New Normal': Walmart CEO Predicts How Coronavirus Will Change the World

The coronavirus pandemic is changing our daily lives while upending the global economy. Doug McMillon, the CEO of Walmart, predicted how coronavirus will change the world.
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Dad Makes It to 2-Year-Old Son's Birthday Party After Surviving Coronavirus and Strokes

A father of two is proving that he can overcome anything life throws his way. Omar Taylor survived coronavirus, double pneumonia, sepsis, heart failure, and two strokes. Read on as his wife calls his recovery a “miracle.”
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Researchers Test Wearable Smart Device to Track Subtle COVID-19 Symptoms

Researchers at Northwestern University and Shirley Ryan AbilityLab in Chicago, Illinois have developed a wearable smart device they hope will detect signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
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