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Atlanta investigators identify suspect in Wendy's arson case

By Nick Givas

Atlanta arson investigators said Saturday they've identified a female suspect who is being sought in connection with a Wendy's fire that was set after the shooting death of Rayshard Brooks.

Idaho officials warn of possible coronavirus exposure at bars in downtown Boise

By Madeline Farber

Heads up, Idaho residents: If you’ve been to certain bars in Boise recently, you may have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, local health officials warned this week. 

Teen fell into coma after having bubble tea twice a day for a month

By Jackie Salo

A Chinese teen fell into a diabetic coma after she developed a habit of guzzling two bubble tea drinks every day, according to a report.

New guidelines on cancer prevention recommend cutting out alcohol completely

By Madeline Farber

The American Cancer Society  (ACS) on Tuesday made a major change to its guidelines on cancer reduction and prevention, now saying it’s best to cut alcohol completely out of one’s diet. 

UN warns 'food systems are failing' amid coronavirus pandemic

By Caitlin McFall

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres said Tuesday that nearly 50 million more people are expected to enter “extreme poverty” due to the coronavirus pandemic.

CDC says 40 percent of Americans surveyed tried using bleach to wash food to prevent coronavirus

By Caitlin McFall

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) say that over a third of Americans that took a CDC survey, reportedly misused household cleaners by using them on their fruits and vegetables, in the attempt to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Signs of depression or anxiety seen in one-third of adults, census figures show

By Caitlin McFall

A study completed by the U.S. Census Bureau in collaboration with five federal agencies found that one-third of all Americans are struggling with anxiety or depression amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Coronavirus and food: Does cooking kill it?

By Brie Stimson

Whether we buy our meals at the grocery store or support our local restaurants with takeout and delivery, at some point the food might have been prepared or handled by someone with the coronavirus.

Can coronavirus spread through food or packaging?

By Brie Stimson

As the world social distances amid the coronavirus pandemic, it's difficult to completely disconnect when it comes to our food. At some point, the food we get from the grocery store, restaurant takeout counter or farmers market could be handled by someone with the virus -- but can it transmit through food?