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Our founders, a couple of undergraduates at Clarkson University, recognized the impact media has on people's emotions when COVID-19 flooded the world with bad news. Now, we're fighting back by delivering the same important stories, with a positive spin!

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Stocks follow as Trump’s health improves

The stock market rose on Monday because there were signs that President Donald Trump’s health has improved, alleviating some of the political uncertainty caused by

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New fast result COVID tests are approved and will be accessible to low-income countries

The tests that detect COVID-19 that reflect the results between 15 and 30 minutes will be available worldwide in a short time, reported The Guardian.

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Child mortality from COVID is astonishingly low

Data from the Center for Disease Control (CDC) show that only about 100 children and teenagers have died from COVID-19 disease in the United States.

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Seaweed is in high demand as food, fuel and more

The seaweed industry provides a variety of products, with an estimated annual output value of US$5.5-6 billion. Food consumed by humans accounts for approximately US$5

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World Food Program’s tells billionaires to help fight world hunger

World Food Program (WFP) Chief David Beasley has urged billionaires to fight world food hunger. Senior United Nations (UN) food officials, including WFP chief David

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Australia’s $1.9 billion plan to reduce emissions

Summary: The Morrison government has unveiled his plan to invest $1.9 billion towards emerging energy technologies to reduce emissions and create jobs. Australia’s renewable energy agency

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Vaccine developers plan joint safety pledge to prevent premature approval

Several COVID-19 vaccine developers, including Pfizer Inc, Johnson & Johnson, and Moderna Inc, plan to issue a public pledge not to seek government approval until

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UK leads the world with a new program for beating COVID and famine

British Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab promised on Wednesday that Britain will lead the world in responding to the coronavirus and famine, and announced that it

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Polio eradicated in Africa

The African Polio Eradication Certification Commission (ARCC), which is the independent body responsible for monitoring and overseeing the certification process on the continent, officially said

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Child care study helps CDC feel more comfortable with schools reopening

A report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows that childcare centers can be safely reopened in low-virus levels areas. This is an