Coronavirus Study: Experts Say COVID-19 Can Spread Through Talking Or Even Just BreathingA prestigious scientific panel told the White House Wednesday night that research shows coronavirus can be spread not just by sneezes or coughs, but also just by talking, or possibly even just breathing.
FDA Authorizes First Coronavirus Antibody TestThe US Food and Drug Administration has issued its first emergency use authorization for a coronavirus test that looks for antibodies in the blood.
Taking A Bath Isn't Just Relaxing, It Could Also Be Good For Your Heart, Study SaysPrevious research on bathing has already shown that it's beneficial for sleep quality and how healthy a person thinks they are.
Your Pet Won't Give You Coronavirus, So Hug Away, Experts SayTo the best of current scientific knowledge, can you get the coronavirus called Covid-19 from your dog or cat? Or give it to them?
Are Food Deliveries And Groceries Safe During Coronavirus Pandemic? Yes, Experts SayWe've been told to either order delivery, takeout or carefully shop at the grocery store, which has left many people wondering: How safe is it to do all of those things as the virus spreads?
Coronavirus Latest: NIH-Funded Clinical Trial For COVID-19 Vaccine Begins MondayA clinical trial begins Monday in Seattle, Washington to evaluate a vaccine designed to protect against the new coronavirus.
Parents: Take Social Distancing Seriously. Limit Playdates, Other Activities, Experts SayBut as you ponder how to navigate these next few weeks at home with your kids, keep in mind that the impact of your decisions affect more than your family.
Babies With Severe Sleep Problems May Have More Childhood Anxiety, Research SuggestsInfants with very disturbed sleep patterns could be at greater risk for anxiety and emotional issues in later childhood, new research suggests.
Could Money Buy Happiness After All? A New Study Thinks SoDoes money really buy happiness? It appears to, at least for a small group of German college students who participated in a study on the connection between happiness and altruism, the selfless concern for the well-being of others.
Prefer Tea Over Coffee? It Could Be Your Genes, Study FindsWhether you're inclined to choose coffee or green tea for your morning boost could be determined by your genes, a recent study found.
1 In 4 Men Think It's OK To Make Sex Jokes At Work, Study FindsMore than one in four men (28%) around the world think it's acceptable to crack sexual jokes at work, a new global survey has found.
Using Olive Oil Instead Of These Foods Could Add Years To The Life Of Your Heart, Study SaysThe health benefits of the Mediterranean diet are renowned: Lots and lots of veggies, fruit, fish and olive oil have been shown to strengthen bones, improve brain health and reduce the risk for some cancers, diabetes, high cholesterol, heart disease and stroke.
Diet Soda Alone May Not Cause Weight Gain, Study Says, But Combining With Carbs CanIn the black hole of bad news for diet soda lovers, there's a tiny glimmer of light.
If You're Not Sticking To A Regular Sleep Schedule, You're Hurting Your Health, Study SaysA regular sleep time was defined in the study as less than 30 minutes difference, on average, across seven nights.
Baltimore Is 66th Hardest-Working City In U.S., Report FindsThe top five cities included Anchorage, Alaska; San Francisco, California; Virginia Beach, Virginia; Cheyenne, Wyoming; and Irving, Texas.