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Early symptoms of COVID-19 are much the same as those of the flu or a cold. Don't panic. Call your doctor to check in, if you're worried, but treating mild or moderate symptoms at home until you're well will protect you and help stop the spread of whatever you have. Guido Mieth/Getty Images hide caption

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You Have A Fever And A Dry Cough. Now What?

Whether your mild or moderate symptoms mean you have a cold, the flu, or COVID-19 doesn't change the medical advice right now. Stay home, rest, and call or email your doctor if symptoms worsen.

3 Minutes Mashrou' Leila
Brianvision Justice
Between Spheres Volsky
California [Tchad Blake Remix] Phantom Planet

The moon, in its waning gibbous state, rises near the Jupiter Lighthouse in 2013, in Jupiter, Fla. The 108-feet tall, brick structure was first lit in 1860. The lighthouse sits atop a Native American archaeological site, which is at risk from the rising sea level. Julio Cortez/AP hide caption

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Protecting And Preserving Ancient Sites At Risk From Sea-Level Rise In Florida

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Miss You Trentemoller
The Lighthouse David Byrne & Brian Eno
Wave Antonio Carlos Jobim
Jealousy Best Coast

Nutrient-deficient grass could be leading to a decline in the number of grasshoppers, according to a new study. Savushkin/Getty Images hide caption

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Why Taller Grass Can Be Bad News For Grasshoppers

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Swayed Kiasmos
Welcome to Lunar Industries Clint Mansell
Meet the Friends M83
If You Leave Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark
On the Subway Roger Joseph Manning Jr. & Brian Reitzell

Kassa Overall calls himself a "backpack jazz producer." He recorded his new album I Think I'm Good by capturing free-form jazz exploration and then chopping the recordings on his laptop. Spencer Ostrander/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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On 'I Think I'm Good,' Kassa Overall Expands The Realm Of Jazz/Hip-Hop Fusion

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The Best of Life Kassa Overall & Aaron Parks
Django Luis Bacalov

Early symptoms of COVID-19 are much the same as those of the flu or a cold. Don't panic. Call your doctor to check in, if you're worried, but treating mild or moderate symptoms at home until you're well will protect you and help stop the spread of whatever you have. Guido Mieth/Getty Images hide caption

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You Have A Fever And A Dry Cough. Now What?

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With popular shows like Dear White People using a wide range of pop songs in every episode, sync placements on TV have become an increasingly important way for artists to have their music heard. Adam Rose/Netflix hide caption

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With Shows Breaking New Artists, Music Supervisors Are The New A&R

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Casual Encounters James Tillman
Can't Keep Checking My Phone Unknown Mortal Orchestra
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