health

Where and When Did the Coronavirus Outbreak Start?

The first signs of the coronavirus began on December 31st, when the Chinese government confirmed they were treating dozens of cases of pneumonia of unknown cause. By March 11th, the WHO had labeled COVID-19 a pandemic.
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How to Properly Clean Your Phone During the Coronavirus Outbreak

As many are concerned about the coronavirus, people are being extra cautious about washing and sanitizing their hands. Although that is very important, experts are now warning people that they should be sanitizing their phone.
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Will Warm Weather Make Coronavirus Go Away By Summer?

With the ongoing spread of the coronavirus many are hoping that, similar to the flu, the warmer weather will see it dissipate now that spring is on the way. Experts are hopeful it will slow down, but are cautious about it going away for good.
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Postmates and Instacart Offering No-Contact Deliveries Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Food delivery services like Postmates and GrubHub are giving customers the option to have “no-contact” with their drivers when receiving their orders in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
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Is It Coronavirus or Allergies? How to Tell the Difference

Hearing anyone sneeze or cough these days can be an anxiety-inducing situation. With coronavirus fears running high, it’s important to know the difference in symtoms between COVID-19 and seasonal allergies.
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Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Coronavirus?

As the number of confirmed cases increases around the world, so does confusion and misinformation regarding the illness and facts about its spread. Take this quiz to test your knowledge about COVID-19.
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6 Expert Recovery Tips to Help You Manage the Flu

Flu season is officially here. The flu is a contagious respiratory illness caused by influenza viruses. This can infect the throat, nose and sometimes lungs. RADIO.COM interviewed Dr. Janette Nesheiwat, a medical correspondent and medical director of City MD, who says the best way to prevent the...
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Life Gets Easier Once You Hit 44

According to a new study, at least!
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5 Things We Do to Make Ourselves Feel Healthier

Want to feel like you're living your best life?
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The Key to a Happy Marriage May Be Your Height

A new study is saying something as simple as you and your spouse's height may play a large part in if your marriage will be a happy one.
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