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This true story inspired ‘Nightmare on Elm Street’

The basis for Wes Craven’s ‘A Nightmare on Elm Street’ reportedly came from a story he read in the L.A. Time’s, in which dying in your dreams meant you died in real life. Is there any truth to it? Read on.
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Southwest Air reports biggest loss in company history

Dallas-based Southwest Airlines reported the biggest loss in company history Thursday, a third-quarter loss of $1.16 billion due to COVID related travel problems.
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What to do when distance learning is just not working?

While students and teachers have been conducting school from home for months now, many are still having trouble adjusting to the change. So what should you do if you notice your child’s teacher appears to be stressed out or disorganized?
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COVID pandemic will lead to ‘horrible winter’ before it gets better, experts warn

With the number of daily coronavirus cases on the rise in the United States, experts are warning the situation could get worse before turning around next year.
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COVID outbreak at nursing home infects every resident, kills 10

62 residents at a Kansas nursing home contracted the deadly virus and ten have died. Health officials said one resident is currently in the hospital and the rest are being quarantined.
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WATCH: Woman strikes flight attendant while wearing face mask incorrectly

Chaos erupted on a Delta Airlines flight after a passenger who was wearing her face mask wrong was kicked off the airplane after punching a flight attendant in the face.
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Flu vaccine may offer some protection from COVID-19, early data suggests

Early data suggests that the flu vaccine may actually provide some protection against COVID-19. While it won’t prevent infection, doctors say it might prevent you from having a more serious case.
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How do antibody cocktails work?

Scientists and doctors are eagerly awaiting results of studies looking at the possibility of preventing COVID-19 through monoclonal antibodies.
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Air conditioning in ICUs with COVID patients may put doctors at risk, study says

Intensive care units treating COVID-19 patients may want to consider going without air conditioning in order to protect healthcare workers from contracting the virus, a new study finds.
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COVID cases likely to surge during 'six weeks of superspreader events' during the holiday season

The holiday season is just around the corner. Find our why COVID-19 cases are likely to surge during the ‘six weeks of superspreader events.’
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