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  1. coronavirus
    The U.S. Reported Nearly 2 Million New COVID-19 Cases Last MonthOver the past week, there have been an average of nearly 57,000 new cases per day.
  2. health
    COVID-19 Is Horrible — So Is Worrying You Might Have Infected Someone ElseOn one of the last days of normal life, I brought cupcakes to my first grader’s class. I didn’t know yet that I had COVID-19.
  3. coronavirus
    What Will a Second Lockdown Look Like?Some cities and countries that have reopened businesses and schools have had to close again after COVID-19 outbreaks. Will that happen here?
  4. health
    An Actual Study Asked: Are Women With Endometriosis Hotter?The 2013 research has finally been retracted, but many are still wondering why it ever got conducted in the first place.
  5. products
    Hope You’re Used to Life Without Clorox WipesThe cleaning product isn’t expected to be fully stocked until at least 2021.
  6. cruise ships
    It’s Happening AgainA coronavirus outbreak aboard a Norwegian cruise ship left 40 people newly infected.
  7. scams
    The Seeds Are EverywhereMysterious, unasked-for packets of seeds are showing up in mailboxes nationwide.
  8. whoops
    Oh No, Someone Planted the Mystery SeedsAn Arkansas man now has a large, squash-looking plant laying siege to his garden.
  9. coronavirus
    Everything We Know About the Mysterious Childhood Illness Linked to COVID-19While multisystem inflammatory syndrome remains rare, children of color have been disproportionately affected.
  10. explainer
    What We Know About Kids and the CoronavirusAnd why the question of when to reopen schools is among the most challenging of the pandemic.
  11. coronavirus
    Trump Keeps Pushing for Schools to Fully ReopenBut the majority of Americans say they’re worried about the risks.
  12. things we don't talk about
    What’s the Best Vibrator?The 36 best vibrators, according to sex experts, shop owners, and professional reviewers.
  13. megan thee stallion
    Megan Thee Stallion Says She’s ‘Alive and Well’ After Shooting, Calls Out Trolls“There’s nothing to joke about.”
  14. people's choice
    The Best Toothpaste on Amazon, According to Hyperenthusiastic Reviewers“This sounds corny, but people no longer flinch or inconspicuously cover their mouth/nose when speaking with me.”
  15. flu shot
    Yet Another Reason the Flu Shot Is GoodTwo new studies suggest regular flu shots may greatly reduce your risk for Alzheimer’s disease.
  16. hot bod
    The Tiny Item That Makes Hiking So Much BetterDon’t underestimate how much you’ll need this.
  17. coronavirus
    Doctor Who Specializes in Long-Term COVID-19 Effects Is Alarmed by What He Sees“I feel like the population of this is going to be very large.”
  18. health
    Look Out for Potentially Toxic Hand SanitizersThe FDA has now flagged at least 75 products that may contain dangerous levels of methanol.
  19. recommended by experts
    The Best Ways to Prevent Thigh Chafe When It’s Hot and Humid OutsideThirteen experts recommend the anti-chafe products they rely on, from glide-on balms, to powders you can precisely apply, to garter-style leg bands.
  20. coronavirus
    Their Summer Camp Tried to Be Safe. Kids Still Got Sick.The growing number of COVID outbreaks at day camps is an ominous sign for school reopenings.
  21. covid-19
    What We Know About Blood Type and the CoronavirusEarly studies suggested that blood type could be a risk factor for COVID-19, but the evidence is mixed.
  22. feature
    A Plague Is an Apocalypse. But It Can Bring a New World.Civilizations cause pandemics, collapse from them, and, sometimes, are remade by them.
  23. education
    Teachers Are Writing Their WillsFaced with the prospect of their schools reopening amid a pandemic, some educators are preparing for the worst.
  24. strategist investigates
    Should You Be Wearing a Face Shield?Two infectious-disease specialists weigh in on the visor-style face coverings.
  25. the national interest
    American Death CultWhy has the Republican response to the pandemic been so mind-bogglingly disastrous?
  26. health
    All Your COVID-19 Questions, AnsweredSober, simple, science-backed advice for managing the risks.
  27. hot bod
    Dressed for Anything, Going NowhereIf your style has taken a turn for the utilitarian, you’re not alone.
  28. health
    A Newborn Was Infected With COVID-19 in the Womb, Study SuggestsBut experts say that coronavirus transmission in the womb still seems exceedingly uncommon.
  29. night life
    Secret Mask-Free Parties Are Cropping Up in New YorkSome young people are flocking to clubs, hotels, and rooftops for dance parties with little social distancing.
  30. covid-19
    Why Are So Many Coronavirus Patients Suffering From Delirium?Doctors report that an alarming number of coronavirus patients are experiencing confusion, and in some cases, terrifying hallucinations.
  31. coronavirus
    What Will College Be Like in the Fall?Most universities say they plan to resume in-person classes, but life on campus will be a lot different.
  32. reproductive rights
    The Abortion Pill Is Now Available by MailA federal judge has ruled that patients seeking abortion medication do not need to pick it up in person during the pandemic.
  33. hot bod
    Have You Noticed All the Bikers on the Streets?If you’re learning to ride again, you’re in good company.
  34. coronavirus
    What We Know About COVID-19 Antibody TestingExperts helped us unravel the details.
  35. disney
    Florida Disney World Is Seriously Going to Reopen This WeekendIn the face of a massive COVID-19 surge in the state, Disney is plowing ahead with its plans.
  36. many mouths to feed
    The Secondhand Refrigerators Feeding New YorkersCommunity fridges across the city are fighting food insecurity, reducing waste, and uniting neighbors.
  37. covid-19
    The Glaring Race Gap in Coronavirus DeathsNew data shows that Black and Latino people are twice as likely to die from the disease — and institutionalized racism is to blame.
  38. health
    And Now, a Confirmed Case of Bubonic PlagueAccording to Chinese officials, a herdsman in Inner Mongolia has contracted the disease.
  39. hot bod
    Is Hiking the Only Summer Activity That’s Basically Still the Same?Perhaps this is why it’s so popular right now.
  40. coronavirus
    Here’s What We Know About Asymptomatic COVID-19 CarriersThere’s still a lack of clarity about what an asymptomatic case could mean for the future of one’s health.
  41. coronavirus
    Is My Chest Tightness Anxiety or the Coronavirus?Psychologists explain how to tell the difference and what to do if you feel short of breath.
  42. work
    5 Vulnerable Workers on the Anxiety of Returning to the Office“They basically have the power of life or death over me right now.”
  43. health
    Everything to Know About Alcohol and CoronavirusExperts explain what we do (and don’t) know about alcohol and COVID-19.
  44. health
    Am I Tired Because of Stress or the Coronavirus?There’s more than one kind of fatigue.
  45. coronavirus
    What Is the Most Common Symptom of Coronavirus?And here’s the full list of symptoms, according to the CDC.
  46. coronavirus
    Everything We Know About Herd Immunity and the CoronavirusAs long as it may take to get a COVID-19 vaccine, herd immunity is likely to take longer.
  47. gyms
    Over 200 People May Have Been Exposed to Coronavirus at a Planet FitnessYet another indication that reopening the country is not going so smoothly.
  48. bunny ebola
    ‘We Refer to It As Bunny Ebola’A mysterious, highly infectious virus is causing house rabbits throughout the U.S. to suddenly drop dead.
  49. coronavirus
    More Younger People Are Testing Positive for the CoronavirusAccording to the CDC, new virus cases are increasing among those in their 20s, 30s, and 40s.
  50. hot bod
    What’s It Like to Work Out in a Gym Right Now?Some clubs are doing temperature checks, reducing capacity, or even requiring special chaperones for patrons.
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