Coronavirus Special Features

Med Student Graduates Early to Help on Front Lines of the Coronavirus Pandemic

One med student in Massachusetts had typical plans for her senior year: finish the semester, graduate, and take a vacation before starting her residency. Instead, she’s volunteering on the front lines to help treat coronavirus victims. Read more.
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Do You Have to Pay Taxes on Your Stimulus Check?

Coronavirus stimulus payments have already begun showing up in bank accounts, and more Americans will be seeing them soon. Do you have to pay taxes on your stimulus checks?
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What Are the Differences Between the $2,000 and the $1,200 Stimulus Checks?

Millions of Americans have received their coronavirus stimulus payments, but will you earn more money? Read more on what is the difference between the $2,000 and $1,200 stimulus checks.
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Poll: How Will You Spend Your Stimulus Check?

As Americans begin to receive their stimulus checks from the U.S. government, their financial situations and individual mindsets will determine how they end up using the money. Will it go towards bills, savings, or entertainment? Take our poll!
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App Being Developed to Detect the Difference Between a Coronavirus Cough and the Common Cold

A smartphone app is being developed in hopes of being able to detect when a cough is due to coronavirus and not just one associated with the common cold.
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Why Is Your Stimulus Check Delayed?

Many people who used popular tax preparations services like H&R Block, TurboTax, and Jackson Hewitt are still waiting to get their stimulus check and a glitch is the problem.
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How Are Areas Disinfected After a COVID-19 Case?

A North Texas company that is hired to clean up after disasters opens up about how they are disinfecting locations after area clusters of COVID-19.
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Why Are Banks Taking Away Stimulus Checks?

As Americans rely on the $1,200 checks being sent out by the federal government, some note that their deposited checks are disappearing directly from their accounts. Find out why banks are taking checks.
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How to Grow Your Own Garden During the COVID-19 Pandemic

People hoping to add fresh fruits and vegetables to their diets in the time of COVID-19 may not need to go to the grocery store to get them. Anyone with a backyard or an apartment windowsill with some light can take up gardening during coronavirus.
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Coronavirus: Should You Avoid Becoming Pregnant During the Pandemic?

While many couples quarantine together across the United States, some say there may be a baby boom in nine months. Should you delay becoming pregnant during the coronavirus pandemic? Experts are now weighing in.
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