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CDC: 11% of US adults seriously considered suicide in JuneEarly in the coronavirus pandemic, mental health experts warned the stay-at-home orders, job losses, and otherwise life-upturning nature of the crisis could lead to a mental health crisis alongside the public health one.3
Good News: Experts Say There's Still No Evidence You Can Catch Coronavirus From PetsIf you're working from home or trying to de-stress from coronavirus fears, your favourite furry friend may seem like a perfect companion. The good news is: despite reports that one dog tested "weak positive" for coronavirus, most experts agree you ne
Feeling Anxious Over The Coronavirus? Here's What You Can DoWith news of rising death tolls and crashing stock markets, and declarations from top officials that the US is unprepared to handle the pending global pandemic, it's unsurprising that Americans are worried, if not downright panicked, about the corona
LAST TOWN BEFORE MARS: SpaceX's crucial plan to buy a village in South Texas is on the brink of failureElon Musk, the billionaire tech entrepreneur, is betting much of the future of his rocket company, SpaceX – now valued at more than $US33 billion – on a remote and beachy strip of land in South Texas that locals call Boca Chica.
Coronavirus Mystery: Children Seem Less Susceptible, And Scientists Don't Know WhyScientists are still learning about the coronavirus outbreak that has killed nearly 500 people and infected more than 24,000 in China. One of the biggest mysteries is why so few children have gotten sick.