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Isolation could trigger those with eating disorders [Video]

Isolation could trigger those with eating disorders

The National Eating Disorders Association says addiction thrives in isolation.

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Tennessee health department to publish list of nursing homes with COVID-19 cases [Video]

Tennessee health department to publish list of nursing homes with COVID-19 cases

In an effort to become more transparent, the Tennessee Department of Health will start releasing a list of nursing homes affected by COVID-19.

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Gemma Collins signs £250,000 deal for new series of Diva Forever [Video]

Gemma Collins signs £250,000 deal for new series of Diva Forever

Gemma Collins has signed a £250,000 deal with ITV for a new series of her ITVBe reality series 'Gemma Collins: Diva Forever'.

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Coronavirus - Gebühren trotz geschlossener Kitas [Video]

Coronavirus - Gebühren trotz geschlossener Kitas

Corona sperrt auch die Kitas zu.Trotzdem laufen Gebühren weiter.Eltern sind damit unzufrieden.

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Ingenious swimmer gets workout tethered inside a PADDLING pool [Video]

Ingenious swimmer gets workout tethered inside a PADDLING pool

This footage shows an ingenious swimmer still going in the lockdown - tethered inside a PADDLING poolDedicated Jennie Jones attached a tether to the garden fence and climbed in a large paddling..

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ABC Action News Latest Headlines | April 10, 6 am [Video]

ABC Action News Latest Headlines | April 10, 6 am

Watch the latest ABC Action News headlines any time. Updated weekdays during from 4am to 11:30pm.

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This WW2 Vet Has Pledged to Walk 100 Lengths of His Backyard by His 100th Birthday for Charity [Video]

This WW2 Vet Has Pledged to Walk 100 Lengths of His Backyard by His 100th Birthday for Charity

And it looks like he’s going to be raising a whole lot more than anyone thought possible. Buzz60’s Tony Spitz has the details.

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How to Make Easter Special This Year With a One-Of-A-Kind Basket [Video]

How to Make Easter Special This Year With a One-Of-A-Kind Basket

This year Easter may not look the same but you can do your best to bring joy to your families through a one-of-a-kind Easter basket. Buzz60’s Johana Restrepo has more.

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3D printers in Seminole Heights church making thousands of shields for healthcare workers [Video]

3D printers in Seminole Heights church making thousands of shields for healthcare workers

Tucked away in a Seminole Heights church are two rooms with 14 3D printers working non-stop. Story: https://wfts.tv/2JVFPAE

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Fueling the frontlines: Group of friends working together to help others [Video]

Fueling the frontlines: Group of friends working together to help others

Fueling the frontlines: Group of friends working together to help others

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WE'RE OPEN: Ybor City restaurant adapts to help employees [Video]

WE'RE OPEN: Ybor City restaurant adapts to help employees

Ilya Goldberg is still getting creative even though his is one of the only businesses left open along 7th Avenue in Ybor City. Story: https://wfts.tv/3e7FPeZ

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Sarasota Memorial Hospital joins two national clinical trials for COVID-19 treatment [Video]

Sarasota Memorial Hospital joins two national clinical trials for COVID-19 treatment

Sarasota Memorial Hospital is one of a handful of hospitals in the country doing clinical trials to help find a cure for COVID-19. Story: https://wfts.tv/2JVW3db

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Hillsborough County leaders urge governor to protect small business owners from eviction [Video]

Hillsborough County leaders urge governor to protect small business owners from eviction

Hillsborough County leaders met Thursday to discuss the coronavirus, efforts to slow its spread and actions to protect residents and small business owners in its economic wake. Story:..

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New COVID-19 testing site to open Friday at Pimlico Racecourse [Video]

New COVID-19 testing site to open Friday at Pimlico Racecourse

The drive-thru testing site will operate Sunday through Friday and in order to get tested you must have a referral from the doctor.

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108,508 Maryland citizens filed for unemployment last week [Video]

108,508 Maryland citizens filed for unemployment last week

The latest unemployment numbers are in for the State of Maryland amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Wind Advisory [Video]

Wind Advisory

Freeze Watch

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WMAR-2 News Weather Update [Video]

WMAR-2 News Weather Update

WMAR-2 News Weather Update

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09april Ontherecord Tina Dabi Bhilwara [Video]

09april Ontherecord Tina Dabi Bhilwara

With count of Covid-19 cases rising across the country, all eyes have turned to Rajasthan's Bhilwara where the administration was able to control the spread of the Sars-Cov-2 virus with some quick,..

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Masks now a requirement in Delray Beach [Video]

Masks now a requirement in Delray Beach

The City of Delray Beach is taking another step to fight COVID-19, They're asking everyone to wear a mask before entering certain businesses.

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Nikki Bella reveals pregnancy tears amid coronavirus pandemic [Video]

Nikki Bella reveals pregnancy tears amid coronavirus pandemic

Former WWE superstar Nikki Bella admits she cried when her fiance Artem Chigvintsev had to miss an ultrasound appointment because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Credit: Bang Media     Duration: 00:43Published
City works to get more first responders ahead of surge [Video]

City works to get more first responders ahead of surge

Three orders are in place to bolster medical staff ahead of the expected surge of coronavirus cases.

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Covid-19 | ‘No need to panic over PPE, supplies coming in’: Government [Video]

Covid-19 | ‘No need to panic over PPE, supplies coming in’: Government

The Union health ministry on Thursday said there is no need to panic over the availability of COVID-19 personal protective equipment (PPE), but stressed these should be used rationally. Joint Secretary..

Credit: HT Digital Content     Duration: 08:21Published
TMJ4 News Latest Headlines | April 10, 5am [Video]

TMJ4 News Latest Headlines | April 10, 5am

Watch the latest headlines from TMJ4 News any time.

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No Gym? No Worries! This is How One Athlete is Staying Fit [Video]

No Gym? No Worries! This is How One Athlete is Staying Fit

A Jordanian Judo player finds creative ways to stay active during lockdown.

Credit: Buzz60     Duration: 00:55Published
Bob Iger hints more Disney movies might skip cinemas [Video]

Bob Iger hints more Disney movies might skip cinemas

Disney boss Bob Iger has hinted more movies will skip cinemas and go straight to Disney+ as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

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