A public health strategy known as social distancing, while it may feel extreme, consists of steps that help prevent the spread of COVID-19.
What is coronavirus? Information about coronavirus (COVID-19) is rapidly developing. The virus may cause mild to severe respiratory symptoms.
If you’re feeling under the weather, you may be wondering how to tell if you have coronavirus, the flu or seasonal allergies.
Researchers are working on coronavirus vaccines and treatments. In the meantime, don’t believe everything you read on the internet. Let’s take a look at some of the rumors.
During times of crisis, we all may have moments of feeling overwhelmed or wondering what we should do next. Fortunately, there are things that we can do to help ourselves manage our stress and anxiety during the coronavirus outbreak. Try these 5 tips.
An important part of staying healthy is making sure you sleep better. But 50% of adults have occasional insomnia, and 20% have chronic sleep troubles.
Millions of Americans have kidney disease, but most don't even know they have it. There may be no obvious symptoms of kidney disease in its early stages.
It’s estimated that the average child eats 1,500 PB&J sandwiches before graduating from high school. But do you really know what’s in your peanut butter?
With our nation’s obsession over weight, when does it affect our body image? It's important to know the warning signs of an eating disorder and get help.
We get lots of reminders during Heart Month about our lifestyle risk factors. But what do we do if it’s not our own habits we’re concerned about? Read these tips for talking to a loved one about their heart health.