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New CDC Study Finds Majority of Those Infected with COVID-19 ‘Always’ Wore Masks – California Globe

Once again it appears there are conflicting facts, data and plenty of opinions about the efficacy of wearing masks to prevent contracting the Coronavirus.

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Once again it appears there are conflicting facts, data and plenty of opinions about the efficacy of wearing masks to prevent contracting the Coronavirus.
In addition to causing “maskne” and skin infections on the face and around the mouth, persistent coughing, “mask mouth,” and respiratoryillnesses including lung infections, it turns out that most everyone infected with COVID-19 “always” wore masks, according to a newly published study by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention.
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Coronavirus outbreak linked to Maine church that held a fellowship rally – NBC News

Maine health officials are investigating a coronavirus outbreak at a church that held a fellowship rally earlier this month.

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Maine health officials are investigating a coronavirus outbreak at a church that held a fellowship rally earlier this month.
The state’s Center for Disease Control and Prevention said Saturday that 17 cases of the coronavirus were linked to Brooks Pentecostal Church in Waldo County.
By Monday that number had climbed to 32, according to the Portland Press Herald.
Brooks Pentecostal Church in Brooks, Maine.Google Maps
The Maine CDC said in a press release on Saturday that the church in Brooks,…

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Cold water may be an effective defense against dementia – Fox News

After years of anecdotal evidence, scientists have finally nailed down one link between brain health and the “polar bear plunge.”

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After years of anecdotal evidence, scientists have finally nailed down one link between brain health and the “polar bear plunge.”
In a study of the blood profiles of regular winter-time swimmers in London, Cambridge University researchers have identified a protein that was shown to slow the onset of dementia in mice — and even repair some of the damage brought on by the disease.
Their findings hinted at an explanation as to why hibernating animals, who lose 20% to 30% of their synapses during …

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Woman in her 30s died from COVID-19 on a flight – CBS News

The woman died on a flight from Arizona to Texas and was believed to have underlying conditions.

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A woman in her 30s died on an airplane from COVID-19, Dallas County officials announced on Sunday. She was on a flight from Arizona to Texas in July when she died, CBS DFW reports.
The woman had underlying health conditions that were high risk and officials believe she was sick while on the flight, according to CBS DFW. Now, her death is being categorized as a coronavirus death for Dallas County. 
“It became difficult for her to breath, and they tried to give her oxygen. It is was not successf…

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