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New proof recommends ladies get kinder, less sincere feedback at work

White lies—telling a friend you like their so-so haircut, or telling your mother that you’re eating well—are an often-harmless part of life. But when they creep into the workplace, they can systematically skew employees’ ability to know how they’re performing, and become a big problem.According to new research from Cornell University, this could well be…

Research study recommends coronavirus antibodies fade quickly

As more and more people weather infections from coronavirus, testing for the virus’ antibodies have become increasingly popular. However, medical experts have cautioned those who appear to have immune system protections against reinfection that they may not be invulnerable in the long term, as so much remains to be discovered about COVID-19. A new study…

Study recommends 80%of Covid-19 cases in the US went undetected in March

(CNN)A new study suggests that as many as 8.7 million Americans came down with coronavirus in March, but more than 80% of them were never diagnosed.A team of researchers looked at the number of people who went to doctors or clinics with influenza-like illnesses that were never diagnosed as coronavirus, influenza or any of the…

Study Suggests Cosmic Body Destroyed Ancient Village 12,800 Years Ago

A study submitted in Scientific Reports suggests that the debris stream from a short-period comet may have destroyed the archaeological site of Tell Abu Hureyra. Tell Abu Hureyra is an archaeological site located in the Euphrates valley in modern-day Syria. The site consists of two ancient villages, one that dates from the Epipaleolithic era when…

Report Suggests Some “Slightly Symptomatic” Covid-19 Clients Withstand Serious Long-Term Impacts

Woman with coronavirus, sick at home Getty The existence of Covid-19 and the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the disease has been known for less than half a year. And so it stands to reason that the precise pathogenesis hasn’t been fully characterized. What’s also unclear at this point are reasons for the differential impact the…

Preliminary Data Suggests Low-Dose Radiation May Be Successful Treatment For Severe Covid-19

Human medical trials have begun on severely ill COVID-19 patients using low-doses of radiation. The first results on a very small group were published this week in a non-peer-reviewed journal that exists to get critical results out quickly to the scientific and medical community. The medical team at Emory University Hospital led by Dr. Mohammad…

Gene study suggests coronavirus pertained to California numerous times

by: CNN Posted: Jun 8, 2020 / 09:34 PM PDT / Updated: Jun 8, 2020 / 09:34 PM PDT Customers wearing face masks line up outside Gelson’s Market while saying apart during the coronavirus pandemic, in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles on Friday, April 17, 2020. (AP Photo/Damian Dovarganes) (CNN) – A new…

Gene study suggests coronavirus came to California multiple times

(CNN)A new genetic study suggests the coronavirus was carried into California several times by travelers, and that the state missed several opportunities to use contact tracing to stop further spread.The report, published in the journal Science on Monday, also strongly indicates that at least one cruise ship outbreak started with a virus transmitted by a…

New Evidence Suggests COVID-19 May Actually Be a Blood Vessel Disease

Red blood cells or corpuscles flowing through a vein.What’s new: While early on COVID-19 was branded as a respiratory illness, its wide array of symptoms — from the toes to the brain — baffled experts. According to experts interviewed in an Elemental article, it’s unprecedented that a respiratory illness could migrate outside the lungs. But new…

CDC suggests sweeping changes for offices to resume in the middle of pandemic

ATLANTA, Ga. – The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has released recommendations for reopening office buildings that have been closed due to the coronavirus pandemic. If businesses follow the CDC’s guidelines, office workers will return to a drastically different environment than the one they left behind weeks ago. First, the CDC says employers should…

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Diamondbacks’ Junior Guerra, Silvino Bracho Tested Favorable for COVID-19

Dustin Bradford/Getty ImagesArizona Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo confirmed that relief pitchers Junior Guerra and Silvino Bracho tested positive for COVID-19.  "The two guys I mentioned are asymptomatic and feel great," Lovullo said, per the Arizona Republic's Nick Piecoro. "They're in the protocol, they're doing what they can, taking care of what they can at home and healing…

Patriots’ Cam Newton Says He’s ‘Getting Tired of All This Humble S–t’ in Video

Mike McCarn/Associated PressAs he approaches his first season with the New England Patriots, Cam Newton has a message to send.In an Instagram video, Newton said he's "really a killer" and "getting tired of all this humble s--t." He added that "they start taking advantage of you" when you're humble.Tackler Media @tacklermediaCam Newton says he’s “getting…

NASCAR at Indianapolis 2020: Kevin Harvick Wins Race for 2nd Consecutive Year

Jamie Squire/Getty ImagesKevin Harvick rolled to victory in overtime in the Big Machine Hand Sanitizer 400 Powered by Big Machine Records at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.  Harvick was sitting in first place at the restart ahead of Matt Kenseth. Rather than bridging the gap on the leader, Kenseth fell far behind the No. 4 car to eliminate…

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Florida requires to proceed with enforcement of COVID-19 rules

Opinion It is clear that many people and many businesses are sympathetic to protecting public health, and also understand the risks they face trying to conduct business as usual during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there are too many people not practicing social distancing, and not wearing face coverings in the community. The lack of compliance…

Authorities concern warnings about toxins in shellfish

Authorities in Ireland and New Zealand have issued warnings about consumption of collected shellfish in the past week. The Marine Institute in Ireland detected amounts of naturally occurring compounds in shellfish that can cause illness in consumers. Increased levels have been found in recent weeks during a routine nationwide shellfish monitoring program along the South…

Law modification helped reduce break outs connected to catering services

Implementation of food safety management systems helped reduce outbreaks in food catering in Singapore, according to a study. However, reported food hygiene violations did not change after they were applied. HACCP-based food safety management systems (FSMS) were mandated in Singapore in June 2014 for all licensed catering services. Researchers investigated the effects of FSMS implementation…