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Coronavirus pandemic causing massive increase in hungry families, Feeding America CEO says

By Brian Flood

The growing coronavirus pandemic has resulted in a significant rise in demand from the charitable food system in America, as the nations faces rising unemployment, school closures and rising poverty due to quarantine and stay-at-home orders -- but Feeding American is trying to make sure that nobody goes hungry during the crisis. 

Half of people with coronavirus have no symptoms, data shows

By Maxim Lott

Experts say the discovery has critical implications and shows that even more widespread testing may be needed to identify all carriers. 

Working from home during coronavirus: How to avoid burnout

By Alexandria Hein

What may have once been exciting and interesting work in an office setting may now seem dull and monotonous without face-to-face interaction, which can signal impending burnout.

Coronavirus infects more University of Texas spring breakers who chartered plane to Mexico; 44 now sickened

By Madeline Farber

Additional students from the University of Texas who thwarted officials’ advice from public health officials to stay home and social distance, taking a spring break trip to Mexico have now tested positive for the novel coronavirus, COVID-19. 

Potential coronavirus vaccine candidate developed by University of Pittsburgh scientists

By Madeline Farber

In the race to find a vaccine to combat the aggressive spread of the novel coronavirus, scientists with the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine may have found a potential option. 

First Responders Children’s Foundation helps people on front line of coronavirus pandemic

By Brian Flood

The First Responder’s Children’s Foundation was one of two charities to benefit from FOX and iHeart Media’s “Living Room Concert for America” and the cash is set to help people on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic. 

Travel company that arranged spring break trip accused of downplaying coronavirus threat: report

By David Aaro

The travel company that organized a chartered spring break trip to Mexico last month has been accused of downplaying the severity of the coronavirus last month after some of the students came down with the virus, reports on Thursday said.

Ventilator shortage during coronavirus crisis forcing doctors to decide who lives or dies

By Hollie McKay

It's the most heart-wrenching decision any medical professional on the frontlines could make: deciding who to save and who to let die. As coronavirus, officially called COVID-19, attacks the globe – amid a vast shortage of life-saving devices – it's a decision more and more doctors every day are being forced to wrestle, and will only swell if the rationing of ventilators becomes unavoidable.