Nationwide Bike Shortage From Coronavirus

The COVID-19 pandemic, while crippling the economy as a whole, has led to business booms for a number of niche products, including bicycles. Looking to avoid public transportation such as buses and subways, urban residents are flocking to bike shops to pick up their own personal mode of transport in the form of a bike. […]

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COVID-19: Loss of Smell, Taste Might Be Long-Term

Doctors are concerned that for some COVID-19 survivors, their senses of smell and taste will never get back to normal.

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Inspiring Black-Owned Wellness Businesses, Experts, and Advocates to Know

Each has a powerful message and strong expertise that can support you on your wellness journey.  So whether you’re looking for a new podcast, delicious recipes, or books to dive into this summer, you’ll find so many incredible options on this list.  Black Dietitians And Foodies Please follow and support these black dietitians and foodies […]

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Peak Internet — The Censorship Bubble Is About to Burst

Over the past year, I’ve written extensively about the initially creeping — and then sweeping — censorship occurring online. Initially, the censorship vortex was on vaccines. Social media platforms and Google all started suppressing and then outright banning content raising questions about vaccine safety. I warned everyone that this would eventually spread to other topics […]

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Black Children Hit Especially Hard by COVID-19

Black children appear to be particularly vulnerable to the rare but severe inflammatory syndrome striking kids with COVID-19, research suggests.

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DIY COVID Tests Work Fine, Less Discomfort: Study

A new study finds a much more comfortable swab test, performed by patients themselves, works just as well.

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'Psychological Distress' Tripled During Pandemic

Overall, psychological distress more than tripled between 2018 and this spring — from 4% of U.S. adults in 2018 to 14% in April.

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When a Handgun Is in the Home, Suicide Risk Rises

Handgun owners are at substantially heightened risk of suicide in the years after buying their first gun, a large new study finds.

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