Health & Fit: These 2 Strange Symptoms Could Mean You've Already Had COVID

The One COVID Symptom Everyone Gets Most

  The One COVID Symptom Everyone Gets Most A new study joins earlier research in suggesting that one symptom of coronavirus (COVID-19) is most common: Fever.In a study published Nov. 9 in The Journal of Emergency Medicine, scientists looked at nearly 12,000 people who were tested for COVID-19 at emergency rooms around New York City. In that group, the most common symptoms that accompanied a positive COVID test were: fever (74%), shortness of breath (68%), and cough (65%). Read on, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.

This college football season has been extraordinarily unusual, so it’s no surprise to see that the postseason will be just as unusual.

a store front at day with Rose Bowl in the background © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Multiple schools have declined to play in bowl games this season, which means many bowl games are expected to be canceled soon.

Here is a list of some schools that have said they will not participate in bowl games.

With COVID-19 cases increasing in many places throughout the country, many programs probably felt content to just call it a season. Some regions have even put in strict travel or contact rules in place that have displaced teams, such as Stanford and San Jose State. All those issues have contributed to this unsurprising outcome.

And while the Rose Bowl will not be canceled, it is moving to Texas this season.

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The One Place You Shouldn't Go Even If It's Open

  The One Place You Shouldn't Go Even If It's Open There’s one place you should avoid to protect yourself and your family to whom you might unwittingly infect with COVID-19. That place is a bar.No matter where you live, there's one place you should avoid to protect yourself, your family, your neighboring states—and your fellow Americans, to whom you might unwittingly infect. That place is a bar. Read on to find out why they are so dangerous, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.

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This One Symptom May Mean You Have COVID Now .
About 80 percent of people with COVID-19 have disturbances in taste or smell. It's so common, it's a more reliable indicator than fever or cough."Of particular interest is the rather frequent occurrence of loss of smell and taste, which precedes the onset of respiratory symptoms," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation's leading infectious-disease expert, earlier this month.

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