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Study suggests dog walkers 78% more likely to get COVID-19 in first lockdown

A study out of Spain found that walking your dog may increase your odds of getting COVID-10. Scientists from the Andalusian School of Public Health in Grenada sent a survey to more than 2,000 residents throughout Spain.
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Drinking wine and coffee could lower risk of heart disease and stroke, study finds

Some of your vices – like wine and coffee – could lead to improved heart health. Researchers looked at dietary data to pinpoint the foods that contributed to heart disease and upped stroke risks. Find out more.
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Kyle, Hailey top list of 'clumsiest names' in America

A name can tell you a lot about a person including home clumsy and accident-prone they are. Find out which names made the list of most clumsy in America.
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Do couples start looking more alike over time? New study puts long-held assumption to the test

Do people in relationships start to look alike after a long time together. A new study that probed this very question concluded that the long-held assumption may not hold muster. Read more on RADIO.COM.
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Wait until after breakfast to drink coffee, study says

A new study recommends waiting until after you eat breakfast to have your first cup of coffee, especially if you had a night of choppy sleep. Read about the findings on RADIO.COM.
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New coronavirus treatment shows near-perfect success rate: Report

Researchers in Florida who developed a new COVID-19 treatment say they think they have found a coronavirus cure with a near-perfect success rate.
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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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