RDC News

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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WATCH: Crews save trapped man in dramatic cliff rescue

Firefighters and rescue crews pulled off a dramatic cliff rescue in San Francisco’s Presidio early Wednesday morning, rescuing a man in the dark who had become trapped on a rock.
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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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Daughter of rescued hiker missing for 2 weeks said mom hit her head and became 'very disoriented'

Officials have released more information about the two-week disappearance of a California woman at Zion National Park in Utah. Holly Courtier reportedly suffered a head injury early on in the hike, according to her daughter. Read more.
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Woman's cause of death on commercial flight listed as COVID-19

A woman’s July death has now been confirmed as from coronavirus. The announcement came yesterday from Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins who says the woman was heading back to Dallas-Fort Worth from Arizona and collapsed.
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7 men busted in illegal, million-dollar flying squirrel trafficking ring

The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission concluded up a 19-month investigation on Monday into a flying-squirrel trafficking ring operating out of the state.
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Animal shelter waives adoption fees for its 'most overlooked' animals

PAWS Chicago will waive adoption fees Monday, Oct. 19 through Sunday, Oct. 25 for select, long-term adult dogs and cats during its “Don’t Forget About Me” adoption event.
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