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- More than 200 scientists called on the World Health Organization to update its guidance on COVID-19 to add evidence that the novel coronavirus can stay in the air for long and infect people.
- A new study shows that probiotics could help reduce the effects of depression, a finding that adds to the growing evidence of how the gut microbiome influences the brain.
- Coronavirus transmission is becoming more and more controversial as experts continue to ponder on how the fatal virus really spreads from person to person.
- New York has the highest mortality rate with 51.7 deaths per 100,000 people.
- Incorporating more fiber into your diet can lead to some pretty amazing health benefits that will last you for years to come. Here are some ways that can help you eat more of this plant-based goody.
- Researchers found that taking common hypertension medications, such as ACE-i and ARBs, could help reduce the risk of having colorectal cancer by 22 percent.
- A Detroit strip club is being tied to new cases of COVID-19 in the area.
- The reopening of states created misconceptions that encouraged people to let their guard down early, giving the novel coronavirus an opportunity to cause more infections.
- These nutrient-rich cereals prove that not all are unhealthy as far as your diet is concerned.
- Health officials said Los Angeles reported its largest single day increase in new cases of COVID-19 on Friday, with more than 3,100 added to its rapidly growing list of daily infections.
- Each decade of your life comes with its own nutrient and calorie needs, which means that you have to focus on certain areas when you reach a certain age. Here's how to adjust your diet according to your age.
- Madison County is now ordering its residents to wear face coverings when they are in public places.
- A new survey by the World Health Organization has found that more than 70 countries are now at risk of shortage of HIV medication because of the spread of COVID-19.
- As per a new update, anyone who fails to abide by coronavirus quarantine rules and precautions in Alabama can receive a fine of up to $500.
- With COVID-19 cases continuing to rise in the region, an update from San Antonio revealed that the city has changed its policy when it comes to COVID-19 testing.
- At least 18 residents of Miami-Dade County have managed to contract the West Nile Virus, as per health officials.
- These plant-based protein powders give you the protein you need while practicing a vegan diet.
- Social interaction is part of everyone's life and this is a key thing missing that could lead to affecting one's mental health amid the pandemic.
- Researchers found that teenagers who stay up late and wake up later in the morning are at higher risk of experiencing asthma and allergies.
- The CDC found that a woman who self-quarantined after returning to the U.S. surprisingly transmitted COVID-19 to a neighbor who never saw her during isolation.
- Scientists predict that changes will continue in the next six months but governments and the medical community might soon find ways to address the issues associated with COVID-19.
- A nonresident ferry passenger tests positive for coronavirus upon arrival in Alaska.
- The decisions that medical officials have to make during this time of crisis is critical. A wrong decision would prove costly and it appears that is the case for a top medical officer at a California state correctional facility.
- These telltale signs will let you know that you are not eating your veggies.
- Find out if it is safe to dine indoors as some restaurants have reopened amid the pandemic.
- The D614G genetic mutation of SARS-CoV-2 is considered the dominant strain of the virus circulated across the globe currently.
- A new study found that taking hydroxychloroquine reduced mortality rates in hospitalized patients with COVID-19.
- A new type of swine flu is making headlines these days. Here’s why you shouldn’t worry about it.
- Researchers said that disaster or post-apocalyptic movies guide people in planning their actions or how they would react in real life situations, such as the COVID-19 pandemic.
- The U.K. has made progress in an estimated $624 million deal to buy a COVID-19 vaccine from Sanofi and GlaxoSmithKline and deliver 60 million doses to its citizens.