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Virus epidemic leads some countries to restrict food exports

16 minutes ago   |   Star Tribune

For some commodities, a handful of countries, or even fewer, can make up the bulk of exportable supplies.
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Sometimes I hate getting older

53 minutes ago   |   Natural News

The other day I was shopping in a local natural food store when the cashier asked me if I wanted a plastic bag or a paper bag. I said I wanted a plastic bag because I used them...
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The best cookbooks to try in coronavirus self-quarantine

The best cookbooks to try in coronavirus self-quarantine

2 hours ago   |   Fortune

Subscribe to Fortune 's Outbreak newsletter for a daily roundup of stories on the coronavirus and its impact on global business. With cafés, restaurants, and bars shuttered...
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S.Korean coronavirus test kit makers win U.S. FDA pre-approval

3 hours ago   |   National Post   |   3 articles

SEOUL - Three Korean coronavirus test-kit makers have won preliminary approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration , paving the way for kits to be exported to the United...
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‘Après-ski is a virus spewer': Health officials shut down this Austrian Alps village over coronavirus fears

‘Après-ski is a virus spewer': Health officials shut down this Austrian Alps village over coronavirus fears

3 hours ago   |   Fortune

Lured by its lively reputation, tourists like to pile into the Kitzloch bar for rollicking music and filling Teutonic food after a long day hitting the slopes in the Austrian...
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Coronavirus Test Approved by FDA Can Issue Results In 5 Minutes, Negative Results in 13 Minutes

3 hours ago   |   Newsweek   |   3 articles

Abbott Laboratories said the U.S. Food and Drug Administration had issued an Emergency Use Authorization for the fastest available point-of-care test that can detect the novel...
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S.Korea says three Korean test-kit makers win U.S. FDA pre-approval

4 hours ago   |   National Post   |   3 articles

SEOUL - Three Korean test-kit makers have won pre-approval from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, paving way for kits to be exported to the United States, South Korea's...
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Hungry New York: Throw a lifeline to food pantries

5 hours ago   |   NY Daily News

The coronavirus epidemic is a health-care crisis that could turn into a humanitarian disaster if the safety net we rely on to help our neediest residents doesn't stay afloat...
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7 meals you can make with a bag of baby spinach

7 hours ago   |   NBC News

Food pros share their best recipes and tips for everyone's favorite bag of supermarket greens.
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'This is amazing': 500 free lunches given out at school bus stops in Pittsburgh

'This is amazing': 500 free lunches given out at school bus stops in Pittsburgh

10 hours ago   |   WTAE

Michael Keaton helps support food distribution with 412 Food Rescue, Latino Community Center, A+ Schools
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Rev. Joseph Lowery, 'Dean' Of The Civil Rights Movement, Dies At 98

Rev. Joseph Lowery, 'Dean' Of The Civil Rights Movement, Dies At 98

Lowery got his start as an activist organizing bus boycotts in 1950s Alabama. He led the Southern Christian Leadership Conference for two decades and prayed at Barack Obama's... Read more ...

Walt Disney World, Disneyland will remain closed until further notice

Walt Disney World, Disneyland will remain closed until further notice

Disney said that hourly employees will continue to be paid through April 18. Read more ...

4 dead on Florida-bound cruise ship with more than 100 sick passengers

4 dead on Florida-bound cruise ship with more than 100 sick passengers

Four passengers on a cruise ship bound for Florida have died, the cruise line said. Read more ...

Civil Rights leader Joseph Lowery dead at 98

Civil Rights leader Joseph Lowery dead at 98

ATLANTA- The Rev. Joseph E. Lowery fought to end segregation, lived to see the election of the country's first black president and echoed the call for “justice to roll down... Read more ...

House passes historic $2 trillion aid package hoping to curb COVID-19's...

House passes historic $2 trillion aid package hoping to curb COVID-19's economic impact

The legislation now heads to President Donald Trump's desk where he is expected to sign it. Read more ...

Do you wear contact lenses? You may want to switch to glasses to help curb...

Do you wear contact lenses? You may want to switch to glasses to help curb the spread of coronavirus

Focus on this, contact lens wearers of the world: To reduce the spread of coronavirus, experts suggest it's time to put your contact lenses on the shelf. Read more ...

Small business owners can get either loans or payroll relief from the $2...

Small business owners can get either loans or payroll relief from the $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, but not both. Here's how to decide which is better for you

The US government passed a $2 trillion stimulus package to stabilize the American economy during the coronavirus crisis. More than $300 billion of that is earmarked for small... Read more ...

Trump Again Bashes Governors Of Washington And Michigan Over Coronavirus

Trump Again Bashes Governors Of Washington And Michigan Over Coronavirus

“Don't call,” the president told Vice President Pence of the governors as the states battle the growing pandemic. Read more ...

House passes $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, which includes direct...

House passes $2 trillion coronavirus stimulus bill, which includes direct payments to Americans and business loans

The House passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security, or CARES, Act on Friday, sending the bill to the White House for President Donald Trump to unleash $2... Read more ...

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests POSITIVE for Covid-19 infection

UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson tests POSITIVE for Covid-19 infection

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson has tested positive for Covid-19 infection, experiencing mild symptoms. He will self-isolate in Downing Street but will remain in charge of... Read more ...