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Pixel 4A review Microsoft, TikTok discussions Second stimulus check $250 off Acer Aspire 5 laptop SpaceX splashdown School reopenings gains 50 percent on caregiver deal, Inc. (Nasdaq: KOOP) raced ahead 38 percent Tuesday, after a dose of financial care from incited buying of the rock-bottom stock.

The stock of the cash-strapped, up 31/32 to 2 3/4, or 54 percent, has been resuscitated from a flat-line which has scraped 1 in the recent months. The company in April warned it would report a much larger-than-expected first quarter loss on weak revenue, and said it had about five months of cash left.

On Tuesday, the company said it signed a two-year sponsorship agreement with, a virtual community for caregivers. The agreement includes a fixed sponsorship payment for, as well as a revenue-sharing agreement based on e-commerce offerings. Financial details of the sponsorship were not available.

As part of the deal, will create a new content center for caregivers featuring content from This center will make the only healthcare portal able to provide online support to America's at-home caregivers. The new Caregiver Center will feature animated demonstrations of caregiving skills, such as feeding and diapering, along with reliable, up-to-date articles reviewed by's board of doctors, nurses and therapists. The Caregiver Center is expected to launch in mid-July.

"We chose because its content is highly credible, the brand image is compelling, and the site has tremendous traffic," said David Walters, president and CEO of in a statement.'s top competitors include Healtheon/WebMD (Nasdaq: HLTH) and OnHealth Network (Nasdaq: ONHN) according to Hoover's Online.