We love camping as a family for uninterrupted quality time out in nature (which has real health benefits!). For a long time, my husband and I were camping purists. Camping meant carrying everything you needed, including the biodegradable toilet paper, deep into the woods far away from peasantries like running water and bathrooms. Someday, I’ll […]
As most of America prepares for the Nov. 1 return of standard time, 63% want one fixed, year-round time, a new survey finds.
The research adds to mounting evidence that children of Black parents who are also poor face greater health inequities than whites.
Getting more specific answers about how the immune system responds to the virus that causes COVID-19, including whether recovery is likely permanent, is crucial not only to those who have recovered. These answers can help inform vaccine makers to make the most effective vaccines as well.
Dating in the age of COVID-19 is simpler in some ways, yet in addition to the regular fear of rejection, there’s now also the fear of infection.
The national survey was conducted by The Harris Poll between Oct. 8 and 12. It found that 55% of U.S. adults now say they know someone in their immediate or extended network of family and acquaintances who’s been infected, hospitalized or passed away from COVID-19.
Coronavirus vaccines — once approved and distributed widely to the public — won’t be a “knockout punch” that eradicates the virus, he said
More than nine in 10 U.S. adults (93%) said they sometimes, often or always wear a mask or face covering when they leave their home and are unable to socially distance, including more than seven in 10 (72%) who said they always do so, the poll revealed.
The study found that having four or more cups of green tea along with two cups of coffee daily was linked to a 63% lower risk of death during the average five-year follow-up.
The researchers collected data on more than 900 Hispanic, Black, Asian and white patients. Among Hispanic women, nearly 11% tested positive for COVID-19, compared with 5.5% of non-Hispanic patients, the findings showed.