Sheinelle, Al and Dylan on what comes next: 'Normal isn't OK anymore'
The TODAY co-hosts discussed why they think returning to normal would be "losing sight of what this whole nightmare is about in the first place."Continue reading ...
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- New York City public schools to reopen on a part-time basis in the fall
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- Kristen Bell addresses criticism that children's book teaches 'colorblindness'
- Josh Brolin's wife, Kathryn, reveals they're expecting - see the pic
- Daycare expels 6-year-old for wearing Black Lives Matter shirt
- See the Kansas sextuplets get a huge graduation surprise
- Lightning expert shares safety tips after 9-year-old girl is struck and killed
- Florida public schools set to reopen amid coronavirus pandemic
- Usain Bolt reveals baby daughter's name
- Teddi Mellencamp's daughter Dove will undergo neurosurgery
- Free summer camp resources to help your kids through quarantine
- 7-year-old boy dead, 2 other kids injured in July Fourth ATV accident
- Shawn Johnson says she found ‘purpose' in sharing past eating disorder, prescription drug use
- When Olympian Nastia Liukin wanted to quit, her mom said two magic words
- Gigi Hadid hits back at claim she tried to hide her pregnancy
- Charlize Theron shares how her childhood in South Africa is helping her raise her daughters
- Dylan Dreyer leaves home for work for 1st time in 7 months - see Cal's sweet reaction
- Aunt of boy, 11, who died in ATV accident warns parents: 'It was horrifying'
- Katy Perry shows fans her pregnant belly button: 'Wanna see something gross?'
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Clonal Hematopoiesis Might Explain Extra Risk of COVID-19 With Age, CVD
People with cardiovascular disease and clonal hematopoiesis of indeterminate potential appeared to be primed for the excessive inflammatory response typical of COVID-19, a...
Behavioral Therapy a Front Runner for First-Line Insomnia Tx
A similar proportion of patients responded to behavioral therapy and zolpidem as first-line therapy for insomnia disorder, but the proportion of responders diverged with...
Court: Employers Can Refuse Birth Control Coverage
More than 70,000 U.S. women could be left without cost-free birth control after the Supreme Court upheld a Trump administration policy change that permits some employers to...
Why are US coronavirus deaths NOT rising after alarming case spikes across...
DailyMail.com spoke to experts who explained how a reopenings, the rise in young people getting coronavirus and changes in testing criteria in the US may be delaying a death...
'Putting hamsters on an a plane could prove whether virus can be spread...
David Heymann, a top expert on infectious diseases, said in London today that more research is needed to test if the virus can stay alive in a plane's air circulation system.
New Guidelines Could Double Number Eligible for Lung Cancer Screening
CT scans have been proven to help spot lung cancer early and save lives. Now, updated expert recommendations could double the number of Americans who are eligible for the...
Top medical expert warns that thousands of Americans who survived COVID-19...
Dr. Sassan Rafi says that COVID-19 patients diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis after weeks on a ventilator face a shocking morbidity rate.
Harvard doctor wants US to enforce national mask mandate; Surgeon General...
For the U.S. to effectively fight back against the surge in Wuhan coronavirus infections, it needs to make wearing masks mandatory in all 50 states, suggests a medical expert...
New York doctor says he is experiencing symptoms 100 DAYS after he first...
Dr Yochai Re'em, a third-year psychiatry resident at NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, has been experiencing coronavirus symptoms such abdominal pain, nausea and leg discomfort...
I Will Be Teaching A ‘Hybrid Class' Next Year--It's Exhausting To Even Think...
My district just released its plan for the upcoming school year to parents, and I'm coming to terms with it. Long story short, parents have the choice to send their students...