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Will the Super Bowl Cause a Coronavirus Surge?

Will the Super Bowl Cause a Coronavirus Surge? Fans gathered at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla., on Sunday, for the game between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs. Experts are concerned the event could spread coronavirus.CreditCredit…A.J. Mast for The New York Times Just as the United States seems to have emerged…

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Less Drilling Less Germ Spray: Dentistry Adapts to the Covid Era

Less Drilling Less Germ Spray: Dentistry Adapts to the Covid Era The pandemic has forced dentists and hygienists to change some of the methods for maintaining good oral hygiene, to protect patients as well as themselves. She had been wary of keeping the appointment anyway, worried about someone else’s fingers and instruments exploring her mouth…

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Have a Ball This Super Bowl Sunday

Have a Ball This Super Bowl Sunday Go team! Even if your watch party is small or on Zoom, there are games and other activities to get even the most casual fan involved and engaged. For many Americans, Super Bowl Sunday isn’t about defensive strategy, how the quarterbacks throw or the tantalizing prospect of your…

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Super Bowl Party or Superspreader Event?

Super Bowl Party or Superspreader Event? Experts offer tips on how to stay safe. For one, don’t plan on shouting or cheering with your friends. For millions of football fans, Super Bowl Sunday has become the equivalent of a major holiday. It’s like Thanksgiving, only with way more shouting, drinking, hugging and dipping into shared…

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Combating an Epidemic of Loneliness

Combating an Epidemic of Loneliness Ways to seek support while social distancing. Humans can survive three minutes without air, three days without water, three weeks without food and — according to survival lore — three months without companionship. Whether true or not, what’s clear is that people need people. And pandemics, many of us are…

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Turning the Page on the Year

Turning the Page on the Year If ever there were a new year that called for a new notebook, this would be it. The empty pages of my notebooks mock me at this time of year, as they have done ever since I was a child. I loved those little vinyl-covered diaries with the date…

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Small Number of Covid Patients Develop Severe Psychotic Symptoms

Small Number of Covid Patients Develop Severe Psychotic Symptoms Most had no history of mental illness and became psychotic weeks after contracting the virus. Cases are expected to remain rare but are being reported worldwide. Almost immediately, Dr. Hisam Goueli could tell that the patient who came to his psychiatric hospital on Long Island this…

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Don’t Let the Pandemic Stop Your Shots

Don’t Let the Pandemic Stop Your Shots Even as older adults await the coronavirus vaccine, many are skipping the standard ones. That’s not wise, health experts say. Peggy Stein, 68, a retired teacher in Berkeley, Calif., skipped a flu shot this year. Her reasoning: “How could I get the flu if I’m being so incredibly…

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Runners’ Post-Pandemic Dreams

Runners’ Post-Pandemic Dreams We asked what you’re hoping to do when it’s safe again. Here’s what several runners told us. This was a different and difficult year for running, with the Olympics delayed, major marathons and races canceled, and even group runs largely off the table.We asked readers what they dream about doing as soon…

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