The delta variant has become the dominant strain of the coronavirus, resulting in an alarming number of new infections.
Diabetes or prediabetes put people at a higher risk for COVID-19 infection. Now it seems that the illness may trigger diabetes in some people.
Despite all of the world’s problems, it’s an amazing place, and that’s more evident now as people relish in a state of post-pandemic joy.
Are you looking to resume your old workout routine? Learn how to start exercising safely after a long exercise hiatus.
Experts say that returning to “normal” post-pandemic may be harder for some than others. This article explains why you may feel anxious.
Still not wearing a mask correctly? Avoid these wrong mask-wearing techniques in order to keep yourself safe and protected.
Is your child confused about masks? Do they need to wear one as they head back to school? Here’s how to explain masks to children.
You should always carry a mask in your car so you have it when you go places, but is it healthy to wear one while driving? Find out here.
By now, most people are familiar with the most common symptoms of COVID-19, the disease caused by the SARS-COV-2 coronavirus. You can’t go anywhere without seeing signs about cough, shortness of breath, fever, difficulty breathing, or muscle...
The body needs sleep to properly recover, but coronavirus anxiety is affecting the quality of sleep. You can rest easy through the night with these tips.
Wearing a cloth face mask helps to slow the spread of COVID-19, but you also need to care for your mask to ensure that it is effective.
Most cases of COVID-19 aren’t serious, and only 1 in 5 people develop serious illness. Follow these tips if you experience COVID-19 symptoms.
New research suggests that certain blood types have an increased risk of COVID-19. From infection to severity, experts explain how this is possible.
States are opening back up and facial coverings are still required in public spaces. Stock up on stylish face masks sold by these black-owned businesses.
Social distancing measures may be in place, but there’s no need to be impolite right now. Here’s how to remain polite while setting boundaries.
If you head out to the store to stock up groceries during the coronavirus pandemic, use these tips to keep yourself healthy and safe.