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Trump Just Admitted to Downplaying the Seriousness of the Coronavirus Threat – menshealth.com

President Trump has admitted to downplaying the severity of the threat posed by the novel coronavirus in the early days of the outbreak, claiming that he didn't want to be "negative" in his approach to the crisis. As a White House task force announced in a press briefing on Tuesday that the coronavirus could kill upwards of 240,000 Americans, the president said his aim was to be a "cheerleader for the country." "We lose more here potentially than you lose in world wars as a country," he told reporters

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John Krasinski and Steve Carell Reunite Virtually for an ‘Office’ Reunion – Men’s Health

For years, fans of The Office have wondered if the Dunder Mifflin employees might ever reunite for a reboot of the popular series (and a better question, whether it actually warrants one). And over the weekend, two Office co-stars did reunitebut only as part of a one-night special. (Sorry, reboot hopefuls.) On Sunday, Steve Carell and John Krasinski, who played Michael Scott and Jim Halpert, reunited as part of Krasinskis new YouTube channel, Some Good News, a show about good news happening amid quarantine.

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These Medical Students Are Finding Creative Ways to Serve During the Pandemic – Men’s Health

Getty Images Before Charlotte Tisch went to medical school, the former Egyptian archaeology major spent two-and-a-half years interning in a museum's conservation department. The job was fun, she says, but she figured it was behind her once she started training to become a doctor

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This Couple Kept Arguing About Germs. Heres How They Stopped. – Men’s Health

I might not be a marriage expert, but I will say this: the second that was only 17 seconds leaves your mouth, youll realize its not just coronavirus germs being flushed down the sink drain. No, that whooshing sound is your partners last shard of goodwill sliding out via the plumbing

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Who Is Jeff Lowe On ‘Tiger King’ and What Happened to Him? – Men’s Health

If you haven't binged the Netflix docuseries everyone's talking about, Tiger King, here's your reminder: Do it now and don't ask questions. For those of you who have, you probably still have a lot of lingering questions about the happenings surrounding the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park, mainly, what exactly happened to Joe Exotic's friend, Jeff Lowe, after the series? Below, answers to all your burning questions on Lowe's whereabouts post-filming.

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Is It Possible To Catch The Coronavirus Twice? – Men’s Health

It might be a while before this all passes, but one bit of information might speed up the return to normality: if you've recovered from coronavirus, can you catch it again?

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Here’s Why You’re Not Losing Weight From Intermittent Fasting – Men’s Health

Celebrities like Terry Crews have popularized intermittent fastingnot eating for lengths at a timeas a weight loss tool. The practice doesn't guarantee you'll drop pounds, but it can help you consume fewer calorieswhich aides in weight loss. As a refresher, there are different ways to fast, but people generally follow three common schedules: alternate-day fasting, whole-day fasting, or time-restricted fasting.

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Jared Leto Hosted a ‘Tiger King’ Viewing Party Dressed as Joe Exotic – menshealth.com

Lately, it seems like everyone is binge-watching Netflixs latest docuseries, Tiger King, an innocent-seeming show about a zoo-owner that turns dark, quick.

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Starbucks Is Paying All Workers for the Next 30 Days, Even If They Choose to Stay Home – menshealth.com

Coffee chain Starbucks has announced that it will be paying all employees for the next 30 days, regardless of whether or not they actually show up to work. This decision comes in the aftermath of an online petition, which urged the company to close all of its locations in order to keep workers safe during the COVID-19 pandemic

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OCD Made Me Terrified of Germs. Now the World Is Acting Like Me. – Men’s Health

The outbreak of the COVID-19 coronavirus disease is putting many people on high germ alert in a way they never thought about before.

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Starbucks Employees Urge the Company to Temporarily Close Its Coffee Shops – Men’s Health

Anton NovoderezhkinGetty Images A lot of people would consider their morning coffee essential. Under current circumstances, though, everyones re-evaluating what things they truly cant live without.

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23 Authors Recommend the Best Books for Quarantine Reading – Men’s Health

Men's Health Illustration Let's face it. We're stuck inside, and we're going to be stuck inside for a while.

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‘Star Wars’ Fans Just Found a Padme Easter Egg in ‘The Rise of Skywalker’ – menshealth.com

It seems like an easter egg was dropped in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker that dedicated fans might have missed when watching the movie in theatersbut they have the opportunity to notice it now. Since Disney made the decision to release the films digital version to homes, fans have the chance to pay closer attention to the little details, and someone seems to have discovered a reference to an iconic Star Wars couple. In an article on We Got This Covered, one Twitter user pointed out a reference in the film that potentially interlinks the latest trilogy to one of the past.

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These People Are Helping Their Elderly and Vulnerable Neighbors During the Pandemic. Heres How You Can, Too. – menshealth.com

Amid the constant COVID-19 headlines of the past few weeks, there's also been a small, merciful handful of feelgood news stories.

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Our Best Workout and Diet Advice for People in Social Isolation – Men’s Health

THE GOOD NEWS is that your kitchen table is perfect desk height. The bad news is that its right next to two weeks worth of Cool Ranch Doritos

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The 10 Best Deals From Huckberrys WFH Sale – menshealth.com

Huckberry Good news: Working from home doesn't have to be all back-to-back video conferences. Right now, Huckberry is having a major WFH sale, where you can save up to 70% off clothes, accessories, and so much more.

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Seth Rogen Got Stoned and Live-Tweeted ‘CATS’ While Self-Isolating – menshealth.com

In these increasingly uncertain times, people are doing all kinds of crazy shit just to feel alive. Seth Rogen, for instance, has been dealing with self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic by staring directly into the abyss. On Tuesday night, the actor got stoned and made the decision to watch the 2019 movie adaptation of the stage musical CATS, a.k.a

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People Are Hosting Virtual Happy Hours to Stay Sane and Connected While in Isolation – menshealth.com

The population going into self-isolation as a measure against coronavirus has left many people scrambling to figure out how to study and do their jobs remotely, and coming up with some creative home office solutions. But even if we're still able to work, what becomes of our social lives

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This 103-Year-Old Woman Just Became The Oldest Person to Beat Coronavirus – Men’s health UK

Nattakorn ManeeratGetty Images With the majority of Europe now in lockdown due to the Coronavirus, it can become easy to focus on the negatives of the pandemic that's now gone worldwide as, at the time of writing, almost 8000 people have died from the disease. While shocking, that doesn't mean that there aren't cases of remarkable recovery, even in Wuhan, China, the city at the centre of the pandemic.

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Maintaining Perspective in Coronavirus Panic – Men’s Health

As a Clinical Psychologist with a disaster stress management background I have experience scrambling to respond to the psychological needs of people affected by traumatic events. However, at 3:00 in the morning of March 2, as I joined a line of 60 Texas college students dragging their suitcases down a steep, deserted street in an isolated town in Italy, I found myself at the center of an unfolding, worldwide coronavirus disaster.

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These Athletes and Celebrities Have Tested Positive For Coronavirus – menshealth.com

With the global Coronavirus outbreak continuing to change and evolve hour-by-hour and day-by-day, more and more people have begun to test positive for the contagious sickness. Within the last day or so, a number of notable people in our worldathletes, actors, and morehave either themselves confirmed or been reported to have tested positive for the coronavirus

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U.S. Fencer Race Imboden Was Training for the Olympics. Now His Future’s in Limbo. – menshealth.com

After months of training and qualifying competitions, U.S. fencer Race Imboden was on track to compete for his country at the 2020 Olympic Games in Tokyo.

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Exhibition focus on men’s health – Hereford Times

A Herefordshire familys tragic loss has been the motivation to shine a light on the often private miseries of men with mental illness. Men Open Up, a powerful photographic exhibition in Hay-on-Wye, is aimed at raising awareness among men suffering in silence.

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More Metastatic Prostate Cancers Diagnosed Following USPSTF Screening Recommendations – Renal and Urology News

Following the US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) Grade D recommendations against PSA screening in 2012, more aggressive prostate cancers (PCa) and fewer indolent cancers have been diagnosed, according to a new report based on Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End-Results (SEER) data published in Cancer. During2010 to 2015, metastatic PCa diagnoses, according to the American Joint Committeeon Cancer stage definition, increased significantly from 6.2 to 7.1 per 100,000persons among men aged 50 to 74 years, and from 16.8 to 22.6 per 100,000persons among men aged 75 years or older, Brandon A

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Nike Is Dressing Athletes For The 2020 Olympics Using Recycled Shoe Parts – Men’s Health

Sportswear giant Nike will be dressing 2020 Olympic athletes in uniforms and sneakers made of recycled polyester and old shoe parts, it's been announced. WATCH: Nike Unveils It's Latest Collection This follows news that participants will also be sleeping on beds made of cardboard and medals will be manufactured from recycled electronic parts

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