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With coronavirus spreading, deep cleaners are in high demand

By Christopher Carbone

Microscopic in size, COVID-19 can land on surfaces and survive there for hours or days. If someone touches that surface and later touches their face, the virus has a way into their body.

Photographer captures remarkable images of eagle trying to eat rubber duck

By Chris Ciaccia

A wildlife photographer in Canada captured incredible images of a young eagle attempting to eat a plastic duck before realizing it wasn't food, British news agency SWNS reports.

Neanderthals ate dolphins and seals, researchers reveal

By James Rogers

More than 80,000 years ago, Neanderthals were eating a wide range of food from the sea, according to the latest research, even hunting dolphins and seals.

This primeval worm may be the ancestor of all animals

By Brandon Specktor

Humans, it's been said, are like donuts. They have an opening at each end, and a single continuous hole running through their middle. (Note: This theory has yet to appear in a peer-reviewed journal.)

Space Force makes its first launch as military satellite lifts off from Cape Canaveral

By James Rogers

The Space Force made its first launch on Thursday when the U.S. military's Advanced Extremely High Frequency (AEHF-6) satellite lifted off from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida.

Over 60 percent of US hospitals not prepared for coronavirus influx of patients, new survey reveals

By Christopher Carbone

More than 60 percent of American hospitals report they are not prepared to handle an influx of COVID-19 patients as product shortages for critical items grow more severe during the pandemic.

21 Nobel Laureates condemn Iran over coronavirus outbreak secrecy

By Christopher Carbone

The Iranian regime's cover-up of the spread of coronavirus has resulted in an unprecedented catastrophe in the country, a group of Nobel Laureates warned Monday in a scathing letter to the United Nations.

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Coronavirus sickening young adults, children: We are learning 'that everyone is at risk'

By Hollie McKay

When the coronavirus first started to spread from its origins in China earlier this year, the widely-preached consensus was that it did not infect – or at least did not gravely harm – children and young adults.

Maine reports first coronavirus-related death

By Madeline Farber

Maine health officials this week announced the state’s first death related to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. 

Coronavirus advice for contact lens wearers includes switching to glasses

By Alexandria Hein

Contact lens wearers may be more prone to touching their eyes than those who wear glasses or don’t require vision correction

Montana sees first coronavirus death, governor says

By Madeline Farber

Montana Gov. Steve Bullock announced the state’s first coronavirus death on Thursday evening. Bullock took to Twitter to share the news, reminding residents that “we’re in this together.”