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Americans Got the Memo on Social Distancing, Poll Shows

Robin Foster April 6, 2020

Americans Got the Memo on Social Distancing, Poll Shows

Americans have gotten the message on the importance of social distancing in stemming the coronavirus pandemic, a new poll shows.

Conducted by the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research, the survey found that 94% of Americans say they are staying away from large groups, up from 68% six weeks ago. Eighty-... Full Page

Some Steroid Meds May Raise Coronavirus Risk

Robert Preidt April 6, 2020

Some Steroid Meds May Raise Coronavirus Risk

People taking a certain class of steroids for inflammatory conditions such as asthma, allergies and arthritis may be at increased risk from the new coronavirus, experts say.

Glucocorticoid medications suppress the immune system, so people taking them may not be able to fight off the coronavirus, according to an editorial published onli... Full Page

With Coronavirus a Threat, Stop Wearing Contact Lenses

Steven Reinberg April 6, 2020

With Coronavirus a Threat, Stop Wearing Contact Lenses

Even if you're already wearing a face mask to cover your mouth and nose, taking steps to protect your eyes might also help guard against coronavirus infection, eye health experts say.

Here are some tips from the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO):

  • Don't wear contact lenses -- switch to glasses. People who wear cont... Full Page
AHA News: Cancer Survivor Feared Recurrence, But This Time It Was His Heart

April 6, 2020

AHA News: Cancer Survivor Feared Recurrence, But This Time It Was His Heart

Doug Cobb popped a couple antacid pills to calm the heartburn he'd been experiencing on and off for weeks. The 60-year-old considered he might have a stomach problem, but waved it off, assuming the burning sensation came from something he'd eaten.

Cobb had another reason for not wanting to see a doctor. A two-time cancer survivor, he ... Full Page

White House Tells Americans Worst Week Is to Come, as Death Toll Nears 10,000

Robin Foster and E.J. Mundell April 6, 2020

White House Tells Americans Worst Week Is to Come, as Death Toll Nears 10,000

White House officials told Americans on Sunday to brace themselves for what could be the toughest week of the coronavirus pandemic so far, as the country's death toll neared 10,000.

During a media briefing on Sunday, President Donald Trump and his advisers predicted parts of the country were about to reach their respective peaks of CO... Full Page

For Addicts in Recovery, Technology Preserves Bonds Despite COVID-19 Crisis

Dennis Thompson April 6, 2020

For Addicts in Recovery, Technology Preserves Bonds Despite COVID-19 Crisis

Recovering alcoholic Catherine Collins normally attends five to seven face-to-face program meetings a week.

Collins still attends meetings, but now they're online -- and there's something important that's missing.

"In the real world, you're in a room full of people who have the exact same feelings. If I said 'I'm really strug... Full Page

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