Tag: Coronavirus

Communities Supporting Each Other With Desks For Students – GNSOTD Wed, Sept. 23rd

Parents across North America, trying to give their children the best chance with at home learning, are finding the same trouble; a shortage of desks. Across the U.S. people are finding solutions. In Columbus Ohio the non-profit Impact Community Action

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Having A Trip Planned Can Boost Happiness

A new poll conducted by the Institute for Applied Positive Research has found that simply planning a trip can help boost happiness and alleviate stress. The survey, conducted by NORC at the University of Chicago, found that just 14 percent of American

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Farmer Spreads Smiles With Sunflowers – GNSOTD Wed, Sept 9th 2020

With all the glum faces since the COVID-19 Pandemic began one farmer in Winsconsin wanted to bring a little happiness to others around him, so he found a way to do so one sunny plant at a time. Scott Thompson,

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Survey Says Americans Have Found Some Positives From Pandemic

A survey of 2,000 people from the U.S. over the age of 21, asked about the positives changes to come from the coronavirus pandemic. It was commissioned by Coravin and conducted by OnePoll. One big thing that came from this

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85% Of COVID-19 Patients Show Symptoms, Study Says

A German study recently discovered that 85% of COVID-19 patients showed at least one symptom of the disease. The research was conducted by the Robert Koch Institute with more than 2,100 patients between late June and early July. It is an interesting result given

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From Security Guard To Medical Student – GNSOTD Wed, Aug 19th 2020

Russell Ledet back in the day used to work as a security officer at Baton Rouge General Medical Center; a job he held for five years. He said that during that time he would study medicine on note cards and

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QuaranTrivia Online Game Fights COVID Misinformation

University of Waterloo student is helping to combat COVID-19 misinformation with a little help from an adorable animation called Dr. Pixel. Science student Ridhi Patel found herself at home in Niagara Falls when the pandemic shut down the Waterloo campus

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Which Mask Styles Work And Which Don’t

Researchers at Duke University made a discovery while testing 14 different types of masks, according to the study published Friday. N95 masks, often used by health care professionals, worked best to stop the transmission of respiratory droplets during regular speech.

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How To Prepare Your Kids To Go Back To School During Coronavirus

When schools closed suddenly earlier this spring because of COVID-19, parents were hopeful that we might be able to send kids back to school normally this fall. But if you’ve looked at the news lately, school is going to look

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New Air Filter Kills COVID-19 On Contact – GNSOTD Thur, July 16th 2020

Researchers at the Texas Center of Superconductivity at the University of Houston recently developed a filtration system that can instantly neutralize and kill 99.8% of the coronavirus after a single pass through. The discovery was originally published in Materials Today

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