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    1. Children spread coronavirus to family members following exposure at child care facilities, CDC says | Fox News

      Children spread coronavirus to family members following exposure at child care facilities, CDC says | Fox News

      Children transmit coronavirus to their family members following exposure at child care facilities, according to a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) report released Friday.
      The study looked at data collected from contact tracing during outbreaks of COVID-19 infections in three Salt Lake City, Utah, child care facilities between April and July.
      “Twelve children acquired COVID-19 in child care facilities,' the CDC report stated in its findings.

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    2. Mysterious coronavirus-linked inflammatory condition reported in Connecticut children for the first time | Fox News

      Mysterious coronavirus-linked inflammatory condition reported in Connecticut children for the first time | Fox News

      At least three children in Connecticut are being treated for a mysterious inflammatory condition that is likely linked to the novel coronavirus. The condition has also been reported in recent weeks in pediatric coronavirus cases in a handful of U.S. states and elsewhere, raising alarm for doctors in New York and California as well as abroad in the United Kingdom.

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    3. Schumer tells Fauci before Senate coronavirus testimony: 'Let it rip'

      Schumer tells Fauci before Senate coronavirus testimony: 'Let it rip'

      In eager anticipation of the Senate's virtual hearings with four top doctors from President Trump's coronavirus task force, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., urged Dr. Anthony Fauci to 'let it rip.'

      Fauci, the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, is scheduled to testify for the first time before the Senate Health Committee on Tuesday about the way Trump has responded to the coronavirus pandemic.

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    4. Nancy Pelosi's coronavirus blunder – holding up aid package her fourth major error | Fox News

      Nancy Pelosi's coronavirus blunder – holding up aid package her fourth major error | Fox News

      As the hours dragged on, the Senate majority leader called out Pelosi for demanding a wish-list of Democratic priorities such as new bargaining powers for unions, tax credits for solar panels and tougher emissions standards for airlines – goals that had nothing to do with protecting the country from the coronavirus. Instead, it appeared the Democrat leader was intent on not letting a crisis go to waste.

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    5. Senate fails to move forward with coronavirus 'Phase 3' bill amid Dems' opposition | Fox News

      Senate fails to move forward with coronavirus 'Phase 3' bill amid Dems' opposition | Fox News

      The GOP-controlled Senate on Sunday failed to move forward with considering the $1.4 trillion 'Phase Three' stimulus package intended to help businesses and families devastated by the downturn over the coronavirus outbreak, as Senate Majority Leader McConnell, R-Ky., blasted Democrats opposed to the plan.

      The vote came while at least five GOP senators were in self-quarantine, including Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., who became the first U.S. senator to announce he tested positive for the virus. Senators were asked to practice social distancing and were given a list of health guidelines to follow while entering the chamber.

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      Mentions: Senate GOP Virus
    6. Things you can do right now to stop the spread of coronavirus

      Things you can do right now to stop the spread of coronavirus

      There is no coronavirus vaccine and, after seeing what it's done and is still doing in countries like China, Iran and Italy, the virus has sparked widespread fear in the U.S.

      The Centers of Disease Control and Prevention has maintained that the most effective way to prevent transmission is by avoiding any exposure to the virus.

      TRUMP ISSUES GUIDELINES TO SLOW DISEASE SPREAD

      But that directive seems far easier said than done. Most Americans will still have to go to the supermarket to buy groceries, plumbers will have to make house calls and many municipal workers still have to report for duty.

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      Mentions: China Italy Iran
    7. Dollar General stores, others set specific hours for older shoppers for their protection | Fox News

      Dollar General stores, others set specific hours for older shoppers for their protection | Fox News

      'Dollar General is strongly encouraging that the first hour of operations each day be dedicated solely for the shopping needs of senior customers, who are one of the groups most vulnerable to the COVID-19 coronavirus,' a company statement said. 'General wants to provide these at-risk customers with the ability to purchase the items they need and want at the beginning of each day to avoid busier and more crowded shopping periods.'

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      Mentions: coronavirus
    8. Intermittent fasting sheds more weight, but Mediterranean still healthier overall, study claims | Fox News

      Intermittent fasting sheds more weight, but Mediterranean still healthier overall, study claims | Fox News

      A major new scientific study of diets shows that intermittent fasting sheds most weight but the Mediterranean diet is healthier as well as easier to stick with long-term.

      Co-lead author Dr. Michelle Jospe said the results showed people found the Mediterranean diet to be the easiest to adhere to.

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    9. China announces it seeks 'calm' end to trade war, as markets tank and currency hits 11-year flatline | Fox News

      China announces it seeks 'calm' end to trade war, as markets tank and currency hits 11-year flatline | Fox News

      China signaled Monday it is now seeking a 'calm' end to its ongoing trade war with the U.S. and President Trump voiced optimism about a deal, as Asian markets crumbled and China's currency plummeted to an 11-year low following the latest tariffs on $550 billion in Chinese goods announced last Friday by the Trump administration.

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      Mentions: China
    10. Texas girl’s inoperable brain tumor vanishes

      Texas girl’s inoperable brain tumor vanishes

      In what seems like a Christmas miracle, the inoperable brain tumor of an 11-year-old girl in Texas has disappeared, and doctors say they don’t know why.

      Roxli Doss was diagnosed with diffuse intrinsic pontine glioma, or DIPG, in June, as KVUE reported, and went through weeks of radiation.

      Her parents, Gena and Scott, prayed for a miracle and they got it.

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      Mentions: Texas tumor Christmas
    11. Police report says Tesla on Autopilot sped up, didn't warn driver before hitting parked firetruck | Fox News

      Police report says Tesla on Autopilot sped up, didn't warn driver before hitting parked firetruck | Fox News

      A Tesla Model S that crashed into a parked firetruck on a Utah highway this month while in its Autopilot mode sped up prior to the accident, a police report says.

      Data retrieved from the sedan shows that it picked up speed for 3.5 seconds shortly before the collision in South Jordan, according to the Associated Press. The acceleration from 55 mph to 60 mph suggests that the Tesla had been following a slower car that then moved out of the way, allowing the Tesla to resume the higher speed that the Autopilot system had been set at.

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      Mentions: Utah
    12. Demand soars for concealed carry permits, data shows

      Demand soars for concealed carry permits, data shows

      The number of concealed carry permits in the United States has topped 15 million over the last year, according to data collected by the Crime Prevention Research Center.

      That’s the largest one-year increase ever in the number of permits issued, according to the research center. In July 2016, the center reported that 14.5 million people had concealed handgun permits. As of May of this year, the number is already 15.7 million.

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    13. Pope Francis open to having some married men become priests

      Pope Francis open to having some married men become priests

      In a move that could transform the Catholic Church, Pope Francis has said he’s open to the possibility of ordaining married men to minister in remote communities facing priest shortages.

      In an interview with Germany’s Die Zeit newspaper published this week, the pope said the church should study whether so-called “viri probati” – or married men of proven faith – could be ordained as an answer to the shortage of priests around the world. He called it an “enormous problem” that must be resolved.

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    14. New study suggests brain glitch may cause OCD

      New study suggests brain glitch may cause OCD

      By Amanda Gardner Published July 30, 2016 Scientists may be a step closer to having a good target for drugs that could treat at least some cases of the misery-rendering malady of obsessive-compulsive disorder. A new study in the journal Biological Psychiatry finds that when a certain receptor in the brain goes into warp overdrive, it causes symptoms in mice that look a lot like OCD in humans: The rodents can't stop licking and grooming themselves. They also showed signs of anxiety.

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    15. "What should we have known?": A wife on handling her husband's bipolar disorder

      "What should we have known?": A wife on handling her husband's bipolar disorder

      Mental illness, unlike breast cancer, isn’t celebrated with big marches or pink ribbons. The stigma is stifling and it prevents most people from seeking help. David, my husband, refused to accept the label of bipolar disorder. He could not imagine a life of medications and therapy, which did so little to help. David's path is not unique. Suicide is now the ninth most common cause of death for men and women in America. Every thirteen minutes, another American dies from suicide.

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    16. Canceled California wedding leads to feast for homeless | Fox News

      Canceled California wedding leads to feast for homeless | Fox News

      After a California couple called off their wedding, the bride-to-be's family decided to turn the $35,000 extravagant event into a feast for the homeless.

      The bride's mother, Kari Duane, said Sunday that rather than cancel the reception, they invited Sacramento's homeless for a once in a lifetime meal Saturday at the Citizen Hotel, one of the city's finest venues.

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