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April 7, 2020

Illustrations Highlight Bravery of Healthcare Professionals During Coronavirus Pandemic

As people around the globe stay home amid the COVID-19 pandemic, health care professionals continue to work at the forefront to serve the community. Iranian artist Alireza Pakdel captures the surreal state of the world in his series of emotional illustrations featuring brave doctors and nurses fighting the virus in both realistic and imaginative scenarios.

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April 7, 2020

Audible Releases Hundreds of Free Audiobooks for Kids While Schools Are Closed

As parents and kids are trying to fill their days at home during COVID-19 shutdowns, Audible is helping make the search for something to do a little easier. They’ve recently launched Audible Stories, which is a library of content featuring hundreds of audiobooks that anyone around the world can enjoy for free. Best of all, it’ll stay “open” as long as schools remain closed.

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April 6, 2020

College Student Designs Face Mask for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing

The current COVID-19 pandemic has resulted in a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE), but those who are crafty enough have been making their own face masks from recycled fabric at home. The CDC has approved many of these homemade masks as acceptable precautionary protection, but there’s one design flaw—by covering our mouths with fabric, the masks make it impossible for the deaf and hard of hearing to communicate.

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April 6, 2020

Photographer Captures Stunning “Horizontal Rainbow” Filling the Sky With Every Color

If you need something to put a little smile on your face, look no further than this incredible photograph taken at Lake Sammamish in Washington State. While amateur photographer Cessna Kutz has seen a lot of rainbows over the lake, she wasn’t prepared for what appeared as she peeked out of her window one afternoon. Horizontal bands of color spanned the width of the lake, making for a spectacular sight.

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