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            Gayle and other artists discuss how music fits into their creative process and what they're listening to now.

            • Gayle Kabaker
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            Using mouthwash probably won’t protect you from the novel coronavirus. But scientists hope more research will show that it can help reduce spread.


            Although the virus may be able to survive in a lab for 28 days, scientists are not concerned about everyday transmission via contaminated surfaces.

            People on diets lose weight, but then gain it back. It's not that they need to find balance; they need to use some rules.

            These tips from experts will help you discuss the coronavirus with your kids so they’re more likely to listen.

            Practicing critical thinking, connecting with others and taking control can help.

            Within weeks of the gathering that drew nearly half a million bikers, the Dakotas, along with Wyoming, Minnesota and Montana, were leading the nation in new coronavirus infections per capita.

            Some experts advise that people with mild symptoms should not get tested to avoid overwhelming the system.

            "Toilet plumes" made headlines earlier in the pandemic, but experts say public bathrooms only require the usual precautions: Wear a mask and wash your hands.

            Sign up for What Day Is It?, a pop-up newsletter about recovering your sense of time during the pandemic.

            Choose your pod mates carefully, keep it small and agree on the rules in advance.

            Inspired by her grandparents, Hita Gupta finds a new role for her nonprofit. “Being able to speak with someone who’s having a hard time … I think that’s so important.”

            The connection you build through smiling is good for your emotional health.

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            Ireland’s Supreme Court recently ruled that Subway bread has too much sugar to meet the country’s legal definition of “bread” as stated in an arcane tax law.

            A tweet from former New Jersey governor Chris Christie (R) saying he checked himself in as a “precautionary measure” for a case of coronavirus sparked a flurry of questions online.

            Miscarriages, stillbirths and neonatal deaths are not as rare as one may think, but they are not as openly talked about as other grief experiences, experts say.

            For many, masks are the new normal. We talked to experts about how to navigate pandemic life in them.

            Sitting on this unstable surface won’t strengthen your core or torch calories.

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