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A day-by-day breakdown of coronavirus symptoms shows how the disease COVID-19 goes from bad to worse
The first symptom is typically a fever. By day five, the person may have difficulty breathing. By day 10, they might be admitted to the ICU.
It's becoming clear that COVID-19 doesn't just cause a fever and cough. It can cause diarrhea, nausea, fatigue, confusion, malaise, and more.
Some coronavirus patients experience nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea before they get a fever. It could be one of the first signs of COVID-19.
Though the virus primarily causes fever and difficulty breathing, digestive symptoms sometimes appear first.
A YouTuber showed how quickly germs can spread during the coronavirus outbreak by secretly infecting a classroom with a glowing powder
Former NASA scientist Mark Rober performed the experiment in a classroom full of third-graders.
California governor says hospitals in the state need 50,000 more beds and are on the brink of a medical-gear shortage
California is scouring the globe to find more medical equipment to avoid a shortage of supplies that would jeopardize health care workers' safety.
These diseases throughout history, from the Black Death and cholera to HIV/AIDS and coronavirus, have caused universal alarm.
Inside Eyam, a 17th-century English village that became one of the most remarkable cases of self-quarantine in history
When the bubonic plague reached Eyam in 1665, a third of the population died after they decided to impose a cordon around the village.
‘Contagion’ is one of the most popular thrillers on iTunes because of the coronavirus outbreak. Here’s how the film compares to real...
The new coronavirus has infected at least 84,000 people. As fears of a pandemic increase, people are comparing the outbreak to the movie "Contagion."
Warren Buffett compared fear and greed to ‘super-contagious diseases’ and ‘epidemics.’ Investors are quoting him to keep calm ...
Buffett said to "be fearful when others are greedy and greedy when others are fearful." Google searches and tweets about the quote are spiking.
Unless you are in a region experiencing an outbreak, treat patients in a healthcare setting, or experience flu-like symptoms, you don't need a mask.