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Bunsen Burner Day’s papers, Tuesday, March 31

That indispensable piece of lab equipment was inventented in 1854 by Robert Bunsen.
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Doctors’ Day’s papers, Monday, March 30

"The doctor will see you now." Just not without a face mask and a full-face plastic visor and nitrile gloves and protective outerwear.
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Whiskey Day’s papers, Friday, March 27

And not a moment too soon. The word comes from the Gaelic uisce beatha, or "water of life."
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Make Your Own Holiday Day’s papers, Thursday, March 26

Created by Ruth and Thomas Roy after they had already created over 70 other holidays.
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Manatee Appreciation Day’s papers, Wednesday, March 25

With their roundy bodies and jowly faces, they aren't what you'd call conventionally attractive. But they have a following.
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Tuberculosis Day’s papers, Tuesday, March 24

Great, another respiratory disease looking for attention. This one was largely eliminated in the developed world but kills millions worldwide.
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Atheist Day’s papers, Monday, March 23

There's no such thing as an atheist in a foxhole. A little covid humor there for you.
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Corn Dog Day’s papers, Saturday, March 21

An American culinary contribution to an unimpressed world.
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Kiss Your Fiance Day’s papers, Friday, March 20

Just do it while maintaining social distancing. Let's make it Wave At Your Fiance Day just to be on the safe side.
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Clients Day’s papers, Thursday, March 19

A business would be nothing without its clients. "Wait, come back! It's only a dry cough and a slight fever."

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