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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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At Least 516 Sick From Onion-Linked Salmonella Outbreak — See Case Numbers by State

If you’re heading to the supermarket to buy red onions, you may want to be careful. Federal health officials linked a United States Salmonella outbreak to red onions.
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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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First COVID-19 Patient to Receive Double Lung Transplant Shares Experience: 'This Is Real'

The first coronavirus patient to receive a double lung transplant is now speaking out about her experience. She wants to send an important message to people across the nation.
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Partygoers Shrug Off COVID-19 Warnings, Attend Annual Boat Bash

Hundreds of partygoers didn’t let a global pandemic stop them from attending an annual boat bash in East Peoria, Illinois over the weekend.
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Couple Has Saved 68 Lives and Counting With Their COVID-19 Plasma Donations

While the coronavirus affects millions, one couple is donating plasma to help save lives. The Texas couple has saved 68 lives and counting with their COVID-19 plasma donations.
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Teacher's Emotional Video Shows Attempt to Set Up Classroom Amid Coronavirus

Teachers across the country have shared their honest fears of returning to the classroom as the back-to-school debate continues. An educator shared a video of her attempt to set up a classroom amid coronavirus.
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Rich People Get More Sleep on Average: Study

A new survey done by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asked nearly 140,000 adults in the United States about their sleep habits, and found that those who made more money, were more likely to get a full night’s rest.
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Who Should Be First in Line to Get the Coronavirus Vaccine?

As scientists come closer to developing a coronavirus vaccine viable for mass distribution, public health experts and government officials will need to decide who will be prioritized to get the COVID-19 shot first. This is how they will decide.
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Adults Over 65 Not Adapting Well To Telemedicine: Study

A University of California, San Francisco (UCSF) study out Monday suggests telemedicine is not the universal answer to health care, especially among older adults.
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