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Deja Vu: Twitter Shuts Offices Amid COVID Surge
Twitter has closed its San Francisco and New York offices amid surging COVID cases....
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Satya Nadella: Microsoft Teams Becoming ‘Critical Infrastructure’
Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is touting the company's software in the fight against the coronavirus pandemic....
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Coronavirus: Google Cloud Next Reimagined As Digital Conference
Google has announced it is cancelling its biggest conference of the year over concerns about the spread of the coronavirus....
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Companies Pull Out Of RSA Conference 2020 Due To Coronavirus
RSA Conference 2020 is one of the biggest security conferences of the year, but it will have to go on without some major backers due to the coronaviru...
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2015 Flu Season: New Vaccine to Work Better Than Last Year’s
The 2015 flu season doesn’t officially start until October, and that’s why doctors recommend people get vaccinated now. Those who got vacc...
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Joni Mitchell Improving, Still Hospitalized–What is Morgellons Disease?
Joni Mitchell remains hospitalized several days after being rushed to the hospital after a collapse. Doctors say her condition is improving. Her medic...
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Lyme Disease Kept Avril Lavigne in Bed for Five Months
Lyme disease kept Avril Lavigne bedridden for months. While the Canadian singer suffered in silence for most of the time, she tweeted a message to a f...
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Flu Symptoms Already Showing Up, Get Vaccinated Now
It’s about that time of the year again when flu symptoms start to appear in people all over the country. One way to prevent such a fate is to ge...
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Ohio State Football Player Found Dead
The body of an Ohio State University football player who had gone missing was found in Columbus, Ohio on Sunday, according to authorities. Kosta Karag...
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Teen Driver in Deadly Crash Will Not be Cited
A Texas teen who was issued a careless driving citation after wreck that killed five of his family members will not face charges, prosecutors said Mon...
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Norovirus Sickens 172 on Princess Cruises Ship
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Sunday that 172 passengers of a U.S.-based Princess Cruises ship touring the Pacific have been...
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Ebola Quarantine Acceptable to New Jersey Voters
A poll conducted in New Jersey revealed that most voters agreed with Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to quarantine a nurse from Maine who had rec...
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Ebola: Cruise Ship Passenger in Quarantine Over Scare
The U.S. State Department today announced that an American on a cruise ship is currently being monitored for possible Ebola exposure. The passenger is...
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Mark Zuckerberg Gives CDC $25M to Fight Ebola
Saying we’re at a “critical turning point” in the fight against Ebola, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that he and his wi...
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Mark Zuckerberg Donates $25 Million to Fight Ebola on the Front Lines
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said yesterday that he and his wife would $25 million to the Centers for Disease Control Foundation to fight Ebola. T...
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First Ebola Case Diagnosed In U.S. — ‘We Will Stop It Here,’ Says CDC
The first Ebola case has been diagnosed in the United States, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced today. The person who first tes...
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Second Ebola Infected Patient Arrives in Atlanta
A North Carolina missionary who contracted Ebola while working in Liberia was transported to the United States Tuesday to begin treatment, just days a...
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Ebola Patient Received Experimental Serum
On Saturday Dr. Kent Brantly, 33, became the first person with the Ebola virus to ever be transported onto U.S. soil, and new details regarding his tr...
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Mother Unaware Son Died Until Smell Set In
The mother of a severely disabled 8-year-old Harrisburg, Pennsylvania boy didn’t realize he died on the third floor of their home until she bega...
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Ebola Infected Doctor Arrives in Atlanta
On Saturday Dr. Kent Brantly, 33, became the first person with the Ebola virus to ever be transported onto U.S. soil. In a coordinated effort between ...
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