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A virus expert who studies how infections spread through the air shares his tips for staying safe during the coronavirus pandemic
Washing groceries is "super overkill," but keeping as much distance as possible between people until we know more is a good idea, Don Milton said.
Popular islands and vacation spots, from Nantucket to Mykonos, are telling wealthy part-time residents and visitors to stay away during the coronaviru...
From social media shaming to power chord cutting, popular vacation destinations are pulling out the stops to deter wealthy urbanites.
People in Laredo, Texas, could be fined up to $1,000 if they don’t wear a mask or a bandana to cover their face during the coronavirus pandemic
A mask shortage and limited scientific evidence on mask effectiveness have health experts debating who should be using protective gear.
From understanding the crucial role of vaccines to regularly sanitizing public spaces, these are some of the ways pandemics have changed the world.
From bakeries in France to golf courses in Arizona, here is what is considered an ‘essential’ business during the coronavirus outbreak acr...
Only essential businesses are staying open during coronavirus lockdowns and stay-at-home orders, but what is "essential" depends on each country.
Social distancing could be the best way to slow the spread of the coronavirus. Here are the 13 states practicing it the best based on smartphone locat...
A data analytics firm graded each state, from New York to Alaska, on its social distancing habits by using location tracking services on smartphones.
People reported varying symptoms, like a dry cough, fever, fatigue, and body aches, and said they had different levels of severity.
Take a look inside an abandoned New York City quarantine island that once housed Typhoid Mary and almost no one is allowed to visit
Before coronavirus social distancing, there was North Brother Island, where infectious NYC residents were quarantined from the 1880s up until WWII.
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.
To tell if you have a fever without a thermometer, you should look for symptoms like chills, body aches, and hot or flushed skin.