The highly contagious omicron subvariant XBB has surged to more than 50% of COVID-19 cases in the United States, raising concerns.
A new study found that loss of taste and smell from COVID-19 may be linked to a lower risk of reinfection because of more antibodies.
Health experts detail how you can steer clear of COVID-19 and the flu when you get together with friends and family this holiday season.
Wash your hands a lot, clean any surfaces or things that sick people touched. Don’t share food or drinks, and other tips in this article.
According to a new study, the top COVID-19 symptoms have changed, mimicking those of the common cold and flu. Here’s what they are.
Healthy experts suggest that common side effects from the new Omicron poster will be similar to those of previous COVID-19 vaccines.
Still trying to figure out what monkeypox is and how to avoid getting it? Here’s what the experts have to say about this disease.
Will LA County make the decision to reinstate its indoor mask mandate? With COVID-19 cases on a steady rise, it just might.
A new survey found that the majority of Americans say they want airlines to require face masks on public transport during summer travel.
These states tend to have the highest gun ownership rates. Unfortunately, that means hight rates of gun violence and death.
The FDA authorized additional COVID-19 booster shots for older Americans and people with immune deficiencies. Should you get one?
Most large U.S. airlines, including JetBlue, United, American, and Delta, will no longer require passengers to wear masks onboard.
Alcohol consumption dramatically increased during the pandemic. To avoid a serious problem, learn about effective ways to cut back.
As states lift mask mandates, there are a few factors to consider before ditching your face covering. Here’s how to decide what to do.
To reuse an N95 mask, regularly check for worn straps, stains, & soiling, all of which compromise its ability to filter viruses like COVID-19.
Should you worry about the omicron BA.2 sub-variant? Health experts say that it is 1.5 times more transmissible, but no cause for alarm.
PCR tests for COVID-19 are the most accurate ones available but hard to come by. We break down the ins and outs of rapid tests.
Educate yourself, talk to older family members, or attend a parade that celebrates the influential person who was Martin Luther King Jr.
After testing positive for COVID-19, it’s beneficial to have a dietary plan in place. For example, you’ll want to avoid these foods.
If you want to help boost oxygen supply and make your lungs more efficient, consider these breathing exercises if your are COVID+.