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15 Products to Help You Stay Fit at Home| Mental Floss

Whether you're looking to burn fat or gain strength, these 15 products will help you stay fit without needing to go to a gym.

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How Little Doses of Sunlight Help the Body

While too much time in the sun can be bad for your skin and may lead to serious health problems, small doses can be good for you in several ways.

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What Israel can teach the world about beating a pandemic

Instead of falling victim to the Covid-19 crisis, Israel faced it head on. Now as corona wanes in Israel, we look back on how it achieved victory over this first outbreak with relatively few deaths.

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Pictures of Things That Can Affect the Smell of Your Pee

Lots of things can change the way your pee smells. Find out what they are and what you can do about the odor.

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Did Japan Just Beat the Virus Without Lockdowns Or Mass Testing? - Bloomberg

Japan’s state of emergency is set to end with new cases of the coronavirus dwindling to mere dozens. It got there despite largely ignoring the default playbook.

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Autoimmunity On The Rise In The U.S., Especially Among Teens - Study Finds

A recent study led by scientists at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) reveals that autoimmunity is on the rise in the US.

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How to Breathe Better at Home

Allergens, dust, and chemicals in your home can make you more sneezy and wheezy. Find out from this WebMD slideshow what you can do to breathe easier.

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Dry Eyes and What You Can Do About Them

Check out this WebMD slideshow for things that make your eyes irritated and uncomfortable, and find out how to treat and prevent them.

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Censoring Evidence on Vitamin C

High doses vitamin C isn't something many doctors are comfortable trying, but this relatively low-risk treatment may have potential—despite the censorship.

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

Electromagnetism and Human Health

As far fetched as it may sound to some, the magnetic waves generated by the sun—which rise and fall in an 11 year cycle—affect people, studies have found.

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White House Expresses Concern Over Continued Growth Of Coronavirus Cases In LA – CBS Los Angeles

Dr. Deborah Birx, a key member of the White House's Coronavirus Task Force, said she has asked the CDC to investigate the L.A. area to determine why cases are still on the rise even though it has been shut down for two months.

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Coronavirus 'does not spread easily' on surfaces or objects, CDC says

The CDC says COVID-19 "does not spread easily" on contaminated surfaces or objects, nor by animal-to-human contact, or vice versa.

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CDC: Coronavirus ‘does not spread easily’ from contaminated surfaces

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) tweaked its COVID-19 transmission information webpage to make it clear that the primary way the coronavirus spreads is from person-to-person. The CDC says the virus does not spread easily from touching

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Health Benefits of Coffee and Tea

Most of us like the ritual -- not to mention the caffeine boost -- that comes with a cup of tea or coffee. WebMD explains how it can be good for your health, too.

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10 Top Health Questions Answered

Should you go gluten-free? Is drinking tap water safe? Which is worse for you: real sugar or high fructose corn syrup? Do vaccinations cause autism? Get answers to today’s biggest health questions from WebMD.

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LA County Public Health Director Isn't an M.D.; Why Do These Official Websites Say She Is?

LA County Public Health Director Isn’t an M.D.; Why Do These Official Websites Say She Is?

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Moderna's Israeli top medical officer: We've shown today that our vaccine works

US biotech firm's shares soar as it claims tests of first volunteers show its vaccine candidate produces immune response, 'has potential to prevent COVID-19'; Phase 3 tests in July

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What I learned about us from Coronavirus

Before COVID-19, just like everyone else, I had a daily routine. On my drive home I spent the time, which is considerable given LA traffic…

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This Week's Sanity Report from Israel May 17, 2020

This Week’s Sanity Report from Israel May 17, 2020 This week’s newsletter is full of Israeli solutions to global problems. They include detection of heart and lung problems caused by COVID-19; preventing rejection of bone-marrow transplants; c

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Reasons You May Have Brain Fog

Feeling a little “foggy” in the head? Having trouble remembering things? You may have something called “brain fog.” Check out a few things in this WebMD slideshow that can cause it.

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In a Funk? Here’s How to Shake It Off

Tired? Unmotivated? Parked on the couch? Find out from WebMD's slideshow what you can do to get out of your rut.

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Hundreds of homeless people tested for COVID-19 in Jacksonville, all are negative

A homeless organization tested nearly 700 homeless people in Jacksonville and all results came back negative, according to Quest Diagnostics.

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Why Prioritizing Sleep in the Time of Coronavirus Is So Important

As our routines change, setting consistent bedtime schedules can help us regain control and combat feelings of stress and anxiety.

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What Happens When You Don't Wash Your Hands

Washing your hands is critical to staying healthy and keeping from spreading germs to people around you. What happens when you forget? It's not good.

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Yes, You Can Enjoy Alcohol and Still Lose Weight — Here’s How

You can drink alcohol and lose weight if you follow these six steps laid out by a dietitian, including drinking in moderation and choosing the right beverage.

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Global survey shows link between COVID-19 patients and taste, smell loss

Findings could help distinguish coronavirus patients from those with colds or flu, researchers say

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Covid-19 isn't just a respiratory disease. It hits the whole body

Covid-19 symptoms go beyond pneumonia to include blood clots, inflammation and even swollen toes.

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Study: Patients Low In Vitamin D Twice As Likely To Develop Severe COVID-19 Symptoms - Study Finds

A new study conducted at Northwestern University has concluded that vitamin D may be an essential ingredient to protecting oneself from the coronavirus.

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Is There a Link Between Asthma Symptoms and Heartburn?

Learn why there's a connection between heartburn and asthma, and find out how you can take care of both problems.

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Coronavirus pandemic may lead to 75,000 "deaths of despair" from suicide, drug and alcohol abuse, study says - CBS News

Job loss, isolation and anxiety could lead to more deaths from suicide and substance abuse over the next 10 years, researchers say.

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UV Rays Emitted Inside Trachea Could ‘Eradicate’ Viruses and Bacteria

Sunlight can directly kill troublesome microbes. Now UV light is being used in medical treatments that bring its cleansing to our trachea, where bacteria can grow.

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UV rays emitted inside trachea via new therapeutic could 'eradicate' viruses and bacteria

Sunlight can directly kill troublesome microbes. Now UV light is being used in medical treatments that bring its cleansing to our trachea, where bacteria can grow.

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What Really Happens to Your Body When You Drink a Glass of Wine Every Night

If you enjoy a glass of wine every night, find out how the drink affects everything from your weight to your gut and heart — and which type of wine is best.

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Pictures of GI Symptoms

Could your stomach symptoms be a sign of something serious? These pains and pangs are worth a second look.

Health & Fitness | Sleep

Busy? What’s busy got to do with sleep? – SleepHub

Being busy over a prolonged period of time is an important trigger for long-term problems with insomnia, depression and anxiety.

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Poor Sleep Elevates Next-Day Blood Pressure, Study Finds

Tossing and turning all night may not be more than just miserable for the mind. Poor sleep may also lead to higher blood pressure the next day, a new study finds.

Advice & Self-Help | Meditation and Other Practices

Study: Mobile Phones May Act As 'Trojan Horses' For Coronavirus, Other Diseases - Study Finds

A new study says that our oft-touched mobile phones act as "Trojan horses" that house a host of harmful germs, disease, and viruses.

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Do face masks really reduce coronavirus spread? Experts have mixed answers.

The bulk of evidence suggests that face masks might help contain coronavirus, but only a little.

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Health Uses for Hydrogen Peroxide

You probably keep a brown bottle of hydrogen peroxide on hand for cuts and scrapes. Learn about its other uses for you and your home.

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Top 20 Immune Boosting Foods

A wide variety of diverse foods, especially fruits and vegetables, can have a huge impact on your immune system’s resilience.

Health & Fitness | Health Tips

Are Muscle Aches and Pains a Coronavirus Symptom? Doctors Explain

Coronavirus can cause muscle pain, and the COVID-19 symptom may be more common than a sore throat, headaches, and chills. Here’s when to see your doctor.

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If You're Ordering Out During the Coronavirus Pandemic, Follow a Doctor's 2 Essential Tips

An expert says grocery delivery and takeout should be safe during the coronavirus pandemic, as long as social distance is maintained.

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Doctor: After Doing 5,000 Coronavirus Tests, It's Similar To The Flu And Quarantine Should End

Bakersfield, California ABC affiliate 23ABC reports -- Drs. Dan Erickson and Artin Massihi, co-owners of a chain of Accelerated Urgent Care facilities, say that after conducting more than 5,000 coronavirus tests they have come to the conclusion that COVID

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How Infectious-Disease Experts Unpack Groceries and Packages During the Pandemic

“We made a decision that we would do the things that have the most data behind them.”

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Coronavirus-stricken George Stephanopoulos ignores mask mandate in Hamptons

George Stephanopoulos was spotted by The Post on Monday afternoon taking a stroll in East Hampton with his mask hanging around his neck.

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

Practicing Gratitude Can Have a Huge Impact on Your Well-being

In recent years, the stacked shelves of high street stores have reflected a growing trend in well-being paraphernalia: ...

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Can Coronavirus Spread Through Your Shoes? New CDC Research Says It’s Possible

New CDC research found that shoes can carry novel coronavirus, but is the risk of picking it up from the floor really that high? A doctor explains the risk.

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Should I Disinfect My Groceries? Advice About Grocery Shopping Safely : Shots - Health News : NPR

Coronavirus got you nervous about grocery shopping? We talked to scientists for their advice about how to stay safe at the store — and when handling food back home.

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Grains & The Paleo Diet: The Do's/Don't And Everything In Between | Pete's Paleo

Transitioning to a Paleo way of eating can be challenging at first due to the elimination of grains. Grain-based products are a staple in the Western diet and the thought of avoiding pasta, bread and rice seems impractical and unsustainable long term. Yet

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Why Does Covid-19 Make Some People So Sick? Ask Their DNA | WIRED

Consumer genomics company 23andMe wants to mine its database of millions of customers for clues to why the virus hits some people harder than others.

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We Need a Covid-19 Vaccine—Let’s Get It Right the First Time | WIRED

The flu shot campaigns of 1976 and 2009 offer key lessons for how (and how not) to distribute, monitor, and communicate about vaccines. But will anyone listen?

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

COVID-19 Has Upended Our World; It’s OK to Grieve

We are isolated, our lives are disrupted, and we don't know how bad it will be. It's okay to feel unsettled and important to acknowledge what we are feeling.

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Should You Wear Gloves to the Grocery Store During Coronavirus?

With more protective measures being recommended against coronavirus, like wearing masks, many people wonder if they should also wear gloves to the grocery store or outside. Here's what doctors say about wearing gloves right now during coronavirus.

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4 Myths About Food Shopping During the Coronavirus

A public health expert states the truth about COVID-19 and groceries, including myths about washing fruit in soapy water and leaving food out for 3 days.

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LA doctor seeing success with hydroxychloroquine to treat COVID-19

A Los Angeles doctor said he is seeing significant success in prescribing the malaria drug hydroxychloroquine in combination with zinc to treat patients with severe symptoms of COVID-19.

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Fact check: Did Obama administration deplete N95 mask stockpile?

During the presidency of Barack Obama, the national stockpile was seriously taxed as the administration addressed multiple crises over eight years.

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Here's How COVID-19 Compares to Past Outbreaks

COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, isn’t the first threatening disease that’s surged around the world — nor will it be the last. Between influenza pandemics, like the outbreaks in 1918 and 2009, SARS and Ebola.

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Live Updates: U.S. Reports More Than 30,000 Coronavirus Cases In Record Day; Scientists Alarmed By Government’s Response

Live updates: U.S. reports more than 30,000 coronavirus cases in record day; Scientists alarmed by government’s response

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Why Social Distancing Might Actually Result In More Coronavirus Deaths

What the media and policymakers are not telling us is that the longer we delay the development of herd immunity, the more high-risk people will die.

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COVID-19: Everything You Need to Know About the Novel Coronavirus

COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a new (novel) strain of coronavirus, a common virus that

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Avoid coronavirus when you leave the house: 12 things you can do to help stay safe

Start practicing these practical tips for grocery shopping, opening doors and signing your name when you're out in public.

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Pollak: Democrats Pushed Impeachment While Coronavirus Spread

The timeline of the two developments -- impeachment and coronavirus -- is shocking, and reveals the true cost of hyper-partisanship.

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CNN Bashed Trump For Saying The Same Thing About Coronavirus Death Percentage That They’re Now Reporting

CNN journalists bashed President Donald Trump for saying on March 4 that the death rate of the novel coronavirus is likely much lower than data indicates.

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Does Wearing Gloves Make Grocery Shopping Safer?

Why wearing gloves to the supermarket doesn't help you avoid the coronavirus: You don't need them, and few people know how to properly remove gloves.

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The $20 Solution to Coronavirus: ‘Anecdotal Evidence’ Is a Life-Saver | The American Spectator

Over the weekend, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued an emergency authorization for the use of  hydroxychloroquine (HCQ) and chloroquine (CQ) to treat hospitalized COVID-19 patients. Simultaneously, the Department of Health and Human Services

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'Trump is right about the coronavirus. The WHO is wrong,' says Israeli expert - Israel News - Haaretz.com

Dr. Dan Yamin has developed models for predicting the spread of infectious diseases, and helped curb the Ebola epidemic. He says the coronavirus could take some 13,000 lives in Israel – but there's cause for optimism

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Cuomo speculates that quarantine may have backfired in some cases

Sweeping statewide quarantine orders may not have been the most effective strategy to combat the coronavirus, Gov. Andrew Cuomo conceded on Thursday.

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Dr. Marc Siegel describes HIV drug as 'very exciting' potential coronavirus treatment | Fox News

Fox News medical contributor Dr. Marc Siegel told "Tucker Carlson Tonight" Monday that an experimental drug typically used to treat HIV and breast cancer may be a promising treatment for the coronavirus.

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I'm a Rabbi and a Physician Assistant - This is why I want you to stay home

“Stay home. Save lives.” These words blinked on the overhead electronic traffic sign as I sped down the highway.

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Rhode Island Governor Announces National Guard Will Go 'Door-to-Door' to Identify New Yorkers to Slow COVID-19 Spread

Rhode Island officials will patrol the highways and knock on doors, ordering anyone coming from New York into quarantine.

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Coronavirus Vaccine Update: When Will a Covid-19 Vaccine Be Ready? These Programs Are Making Progress.

A true return to normalcy is unlikely without a widely-available coronavirus vaccine. There are currently at least 47 Covid-19 vaccine programs under way. Here are some to keep an eye on.

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Will Warm Weather Slow Down the Coronavirus? | Health

Influenza cases usually start to drop during springtime, but will warm weather slow down the coronavirus? Experts weigh in on whether warm weather will help stop the spread of COVID-19.

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How to Help Teens Shelter in Place

Help your teenager to see the bigger picture, and their adult responsibilities, to ease the way to successful self isolation.

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FSI - Is the Coronavirus as Deadly as They Say?

Current estimates about the Covid-19 fatality rate may be too high by orders of magnitude, Stanford Health Policy's Eran Bendavid and Jay Bhattacharya write in this editorial published in the Wall Street Journal.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Vitamin D May Extend Lifespans Of Cancer Patients, Study Finds

Vitamin D is well-known for its bone-strengthening properties, but it may be even more critical to our health than believed.

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Covid-19: Stinging Nettle Lectin – People, Nature, and Data

“Out of this nettle – danger – we pluck this flower – safety.” — William Shakespeare When I think of nettles, I remember an observation one of my student classmates at…

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FDA Approved Drugs Show Promise Against COVID-19

However, experts stressed that this research is still in its early stages, so people shouldn't try any of the drugs now to prevent or treat COVID-19.

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Coronavirus and High Blood Pressure: How COVID-19 Affects High Blood Pressure

People with high blood pressure may get sicker if infected with coronavirus. How does it affect those with high blood pressure and how can you protect yourself? FInd out here.

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World Health Organization director praises Trump's leadership in response to coronavirus pandemic | Fox News

The head of the World Health Organization on Wednesday praised President Trump for his leadership in handling the novel coronavirus outbreak and said the president is "taking responsibility" for leading the United States' response to the global

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Dr. Deborah Birx: Coronavirus data not matching extreme predictions | Fox News

The White House response coordinator for the coronavirus task force said Thursday that extreme predictions about the pandemic don't line up with the incoming data, while also pushing back against unfounded rumors that could alarm the public.

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Best Foods to Help Your Body Fight the Coronavirus

While there are no current allopathic treatments that target coronavirus, there are osteopathic treatments that can help you body fight back.

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Does Everyone Over 60 Need to Take the Same Coronavirus Precautions?

If you’re worried that older parents aren’t following rigorous enough precautions, don’t lecture them. Instead, ask how they’ve prepared.

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Bad Bugs: Identify Insects and Bug Bites

What do bug bites look like? How do you treat bug bites? Why do bug bites burn? See spider bite pictures and learn how to identify bug bites from mosquitoes, bees, bed bugs, wasps, and more. See what their bites & stings look like and how to treat bug

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COVID-19 and Anxiety: Coping with the Emotional Fallout of Isolation - Alpha-Stim

Experts say to practice social distancing to stop the spread of coronavirus. Isolation can lead to depression and anxiety; Alpha-Stim can help.

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9 Health Benefits of Oranges Backed by Science

Simple minded scientists sometimes try to simplify the medicinal qualities of the orange down to vitamin C, or ascorbic acid. That is a mistake.

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Coronavirus: More Vital Info From Our Users - Joshua Namm

I wanted to give everyone an update and quick set of reference points provided by Moptu’s incredibly informative users. As we all settle into the new reality of life in self-Isolation, it’s more…

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Scientists Find 69 Drugs and Compounds Potentially Effective Against COVID-19

Researchers have identified dozens of drugs and compounds that may be effective in combating the CCP virus.

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9 Health Benefits of Oranges Backed by Science

Simple minded scientists sometimes try to simplify the medicinal qualities of the orange down to vitamin C, or ascorbic acid. That is a mistake.

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Private Sector Thrives, Government Regulations Hurt, Capitalism Is Valuable in a Crisis

Commentary Even as there are pros and cons to the way the Trump administration has handled the CCP ...

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Tom Hanks Would Really, Really Like You To Shelter In Place

Tom Hanks and wife Rita Wilson tested positive for COVID-19 in early March, and luckily they’re now on the mend; however, Hanks has some words of advice to help slow the spread of the disease.

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Why this Nobel laureate predicts a quicker coronavirus recovery: ‘We’re going to be fine’

A Nobel laureate predicted China's recovery weeks before it happened. Analyzing the numbers, he sees a much brighter global outcome than many experts.

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Coronavirus symptoms: how quickly do they show and what to look out for

This guide on coronavirus symptoms, underpinned with advice from leading health experts, is designed to protect you and your family

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Study Ties Brain Inflammation to Several Types of Dementia | Health News | US News

US News is a recognized leader in college, grad school, hospital, mutual fund, and car rankings. Track elected officials, research health conditions, and find news you can use in politics, business, health, and education.

Health & Fitness | Health Tips

Coronavirus: How to safely take care of someone sick with COVID-19

Those who are infected and don’t require hospitalization are instructed to stay home, but most live with families, roommates and pets at home.

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Coronavirus FAQs: Can I Go Running? Is Food Shopping Too Risky? What's Herd Immunity?

Each week we're answering pressing questions about the coronavirus pandemic. This week the topics range from outdoor exercise to ibuprofen.

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Why not encourage cycling during the coronavirus lockdown?

Bikes allows people to maintain isolation but provide important respite from being indoors

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The Perils of Mass Coronavirus Testing

The public health response to the new coronavirus continues to evolve rapidly, with states shutting down schools, restaurants, bars, vacation places, and even elections. At the same time, the...

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Editorial: Giving the Right Name to the Virus Causing a Worldwide Pandemic

There has been controversy recently about what to call the virus that has unleashed a worldwide pandemic. The ...

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Younger Adults Make Up Big Portion of Coronavirus Hospitalizations in U.S. - The New York Times

New C.D.C. data shows that nearly 40 percent of patients sick enough to be hospitalized were age 20 to 54. But the risk of dying was significantly higher in older people.

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The Power of Hand-Washing to Prevent Coronavirus

Yes, soap does kill coronaviruses, but studies reveal that the majority of people are handwashing incorrectly. It's more important we do it right to help prevent coronavirus spread. Here's how.

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Flavors of BPA Keep Plastic Hormonal

BPA-free means little when common plastics have same side effects.

Health & Fitness | Health News

How to Keep a Germ-Free Home

Families are taking a more serious look at their homes and considering what they can do to reduce the spread of germs at home.

Advice & Self-Help | Advice

Convincing Boomer Parents to Take the Coronavirus Seriously | The New Yorker

COVID-19 poses a unique threat to an age group that, whether they admit it or not, includes them.

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Israeli virologist urges world leaders to calm public, slams 'unnecessary panic'

'People think this virus is going to attack them all, and then they're all going to die,' says Prof. Jihad Bishara. 'Not at all. In fact, most of those infected won't even know it'

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

How About Some Good News? Coronavirus Can't Be Passed From Mom To Newborn, Study Finds

Chinese researchers believe that the novel coronavirus is not transferrable from pregnant mothers to newborns at birth, a new study finds.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

MIT Study: Washing Hands Thoroughly Key To Slowing Outbreaks, Especially At Airports - Study Finds

It can seem like an insignificant gesture in the face of everything that's been happening in the world, but according to a recent MIT study, the power to make difference is quite literally in the palm of your hand.

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Coronavirus: During a Tough Time, Some Useful Advice From Our Users.

I’m the co-founder of the only social platform, Moptu, designed to share the articles we all read online every day.

Health & Fitness | Health News

CDC Guidelines: Prevention of Coronavirus Disease

The best way to prevent SARS-CoV-2 infection is to avoid exposure to this virus and follow these everyday preventative actions.

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First Person Injected With Trial Coronavirus Vaccine In Seattle

43-year old Jennifer Haller from Seattle was the first person to be injected with a new trial coronavirus vaccine on Monday. Researchers will follow her and 44 other people for 12 months to evaluate the vaccine.

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How to Clean Your Germy Laptop in 4 Easy Steps

All it takes is a can of compressed air and a little homemade computer cleaner to keep coronavirus and other germs away from your laptop.

Health & Fitness | Health News

A Guide to Vitamin C: Health Benefits & Best Sources | Fullscript

Vitamin C is known for its role in supporting the immune system, but its health effects can range from collagen formation to prevention of ocular diseases.

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Coronavirus quarantine, travel ban could backfire, experts fear

The government has broad legal authority to detain people in the name of public health. But politically and diplomatically, it’s more complicated.

Health & Fitness | Health News

How long does coronavirus live on clothes?

Does coronavirus stick to clothes? How can you remove coronavirus from clothes? Keep you wardrobe clean and disinfected.

Health & Fitness | Health

Chinese government knew about coronavirus one month earlier than it claimed: report | Fox News

A new report out of Beijing suggests the first confirmed case of the coronavirus can be traced back to mid-November, more than a month earlier than the Chinese government has claimed. 

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

What Does the New Coronavirus Do to Your Body?

Why and how the coronavirus hijacks your cells, and how your body rallies its immune system to try to fend off COVID-19.

Health & Fitness | Health News & Tips

Wash Your Hands to Your Favorite Songs With This Website

Washing your hands for at least 20 seconds is the best way to protect yourself from coronavirus. If you're looking for a way to pass that time, this tool can help.

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The facts on coronavirus aren't all scary. So why so much fear?

Why are people rushing to buy toilet paper, masks and sanitzer? Experts say anxiety around the coronavirus is fueled by a feeling of powerlessness.

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

Seattle coronavirus survivor Elizabeth Schneider on what it's like to have the virus

A Seattle woman who says she had the coronavirus and is recovering has one "big takeaway" to share: Don't panic.

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Nearly 70,000 people have recovered from coronavirus | TheHill

Amid concerns over the coronavirus outbreak in the U.S., it’s important to remember most who become infected recover from the illness.

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

Worried about coronavirus? If your loved one is over 60, read this

There are specific precautions older adults should take to protect their health. We spoke to two geriatricians and pulled guidance from the CDC to assemble what you need to know about the virus and how to stay safe.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Coronavirus, cold or the flu? Here’s how to tell the difference

The CDC and WHO have outlines the symptoms of the coronavirus. There are a few key differences between the symptoms presented in COVID-19 and the cold or flu.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Do Disposable Gloves Prevent Coronavirus (COVID-19)? Doctors Explain

Experts warn that wearing disposable gloves, like face masks, offers a false sense of security and isn't recommended to prevent the spread of novel coronavirus.

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

A growing number of states ban sexual orientation change efforts

Twenty states have now passed laws banning 'conversion therapy,' even as psychologists continue to battle other efforts that seek to undermine LGBTQ rights.

Politics | Trump Politics

Virtual Health Care Options Help Curb Spread of COVID-19, Medicare Restrictions Lifted

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) is urging healthcare facilities to increase the use of telehealth, in hopes ...

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How To Prepare for The Coronavirus: Dos and Don’ts

Should you prepare for the Coronavirus? Public health officials have been urging people to prepare -- not panic -- for COVID-19. Here’s what you need to know to protect yourself right now.

Health & Fitness | Health

The Truth About Testosterone Quiz: Low Testosterone and Aging in Men

Take this WebMD quiz and see how much you know about aging and low testosterone in men. What do you know about low T and how it can affect you as you get older?

Health & Fitness | Health

Boomers Have a Drug Problem, but Not the Kind You Might Think

Boomers on multiple prescriptions need to take a proactive responsibility for the drugs they are on and the care they receive.

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What does it mean to self-quarantine? | Fox News

As the coronavirus continues to spread throughout the Globe, people in the U.S. have been asked to self-quarantine to slow the spread of the virus.

Health & Fitness | Health News

This Is How Your Hair Changes As You Age | Nutrafol

Our hair changes as we get older. Learn how hair changes with age and why both men and women should adjust their hair care routines for each stage of life.

Psychology | Health & Wellbeing

Seniors Who Walk For 30 Minutes Daily Cut Risk Of Death From Any Cause - Study Finds

Two new studies agree that staying active is perhaps the best way for older adults to live longer is to walk every day well into their golden years.

Psychology | Personality

Separation Stings: Study Finds Social Isolation May Cause Physical Inflammation

Researchers at the University of Surrey and Brunel University London say that social isolation may lead to increased bodily inflammation.

Health & Fitness | Health News

Meditation for Busy People: Protective Aura

Protective Aura: Try this two- to three-minute meditation to help you de-stress, unwind, and enjoy not taking yourself, or the situation around you, too seriously.

Health & Fitness | Health

What Happens When You Don't Wash Your Hands

Washing your hands is critical to staying healthy and keeping from spreading germs to people around you. What happens when you forget? It's not good.

Politics | Politics

Dr. Ben Carson Brilliantly Turns Tables on Dems Attacking Mike Pence's Coronavirus Response

HUD Secretary Dr. Ben Carson criticized attempts to politicize the coronavirus task force’s handling of the disease at a press briefing Wednesday.

Health & Fitness | Health & Fitness

Know People Who Brag About Being Too Busy to Get Enough Sleep? Science Says They Might as Well Say They Came to Work Drunk

While for some not getting enough sleep is like a status symbol, research shows it symbolizes something else entirely.

Health & Fitness | Health

China Gave Imperfect Data on Coronavirus Epidemic: Pompeo

China has delivered imperfect data on the new coronavirus, which emerged in the country in late 2019 before ...