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43% Don't Feel Safe Dining In at Restaurants Due to COVID Risk: Study

In a new study, Bid-On-Equipment found that 43% of Americans feel unsafe dining inside of a restaurant while COVID-19 remains a concern, while 65% are spending more money than ever on takeout meals.
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Study Finds Someone Smiling at You Makes You Just as Happy as Receiving $25,000

A study out of Technische University in Munich wanted to measure what exactly makes us happy. Turns out, you don’t need $25,000 to be happy because a smile is free. Find out more now.
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Lack of Early Surveillance, Testing of COVID-19 in U.S. Led to Rise in Cases: Study

New research from the University of Notre Dame reaches a simple conclusion about the coronavirus pandemic — the country didn’t do enough tests. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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CDC: Kids in the U.S. Are Eating More Fast Food

Officials have warned Americans about eating unhealthy and how childhood obesity can affect our nation. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that kids in the United States are eating more fast food.
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Rich People Get More Sleep on Average: Study

A new survey done by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention asked nearly 140,000 adults in the United States about their sleep habits, and found that those who made more money, were more likely to get a full night’s rest.
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Doctors Share Bikini Selfies After Study Criticizes ‘Inappropriate’ Attire

Doctors are now fighting back after a controversial study was released. Medical professional are sharing bikini selfies after a study said it was inappropriate for doctors to post them on social media.
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New Research Shows Dog Years Don’t Actually Equal 7 Human Years

New research shows dog years does not actually equal seven years. Researchers at the University of California San Diego School of Medicine found that dogs and humans do not age at similar rates.
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Study Finds Who Is Most Likely to Stockpile Toilet Paper Amid the Pandemic

The hoarding of toilet paper in mid-March as the coronavirus pandemic began spreading was puzzling, so researchers did a study to find out who engaged in panic buying and found they all shared one similar personality trait. Read more.
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New Study Finds Wearing Eye Protection May Help Decrease COVID-19 Transmission

You’ve been covering your nose and mouth with a face mask, but what about your eyes? A new study found that it’s possible for coronavirus to enter through the eyes. How likely is it and will eye protection help? Read on.
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Dogs Can Learn to Detect COVID-19 by Sniffing Armpits: Study

A new study claims dogs could be very helpful in detecting the virus in patients. According to the study, dogs can be trained to spot COVID-19 by sniffing armpits.
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