Everything you need to know and stay informed about the novel coronavirus that causes COVID-19.
It’s the responsible thing to do, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy.
Plus, who will get the vaccine first?
“The Good Doctor” star is “cautiously optimistic for release soon.”
“I am feeling poorly but I am OK.”
Lift your mood with these expert-approved tips.
“I went home and sprayed my wife’s Chanel No. 5 directly into my face. Couldn’t smell a thing.”
“Adopting universal masking policies can help avert future lockdowns.”
“Am I having anxiety or COVID or anxiety about having COVID?”
“The new coronavirus can affect the central nervous system, brain, and other organs.”
A new study suggests mouthwash can inactivate coronaviruses, but there are a few caveats.
But there are plenty of safe ways to get into the spooky spirit! ??
Repeated short-term interactions may be just as risky as long-term exposure.
There’s no official guidance from the CDC—and doctors have mixed opinions.
COVID-19 is a respiratory illness, but it can spur all sorts of digestive troubles.
There are a few steps you should take before, while, and after you vote.
Yes, even in the middle of a global pandemic.
We still have the chance make the most of All Hallows’ Eve.
For starters, allergies don’t cause one of the hallmark signs of COVID-19.