The Delta variant has been linked to new surges in COVID-19 cases. How dangerous is it and what does it mean for the U.S. in the next months?
Holding a thermometer to your forehead to check your temperature is supposed to slow the spread of COVID-19, but how effective is it?
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.
New research suggests that certain blood types have an increased risk of COVID-19. From infection to severity, experts explain how this is possible.
Researchers estimate that between 25%-50% of people who get COVID-19 don’t show symptoms. Here’s the latest research on asymptomatic cases.
Thinking about reusing those disposable gloves that you wore to the grocery store? It may be more harmful than good.
Coronavirus antibody tests may help reopen the economy and return some sense of normalcy to life. Learn what they are and what they reveal.
If you head out to the store to stock up groceries during the coronavirus pandemic, use these tips to keep yourself healthy and safe.
Do face masks and disposable gloves help protect you from the coronavirus? Maybe not if you are not using them correctly.
Don’t be the person who waits to get sick and then improves immune function. Keep the immune system strong with Dherbs’ Immune Booster Kit.
What you think might be an ordinary kitchen spice is actually a powerful healer. Drink oregano tea when sick & see how much better you feel.