Coronavirus Can Survive on Skin 9 Hours
Researchers in Japan have discovered the coronavirus can survive on human skin for up to nine hours, offering further proof that regular hand washing can curb the spread of the virus, according to a study published in the journal Clinical Infectious Diseases.
What We Know So Far About Masks and Coronavirus
It’s been a half year since we started wearing masks and other face covering to guard against the new coronavirus. Yet confusion and controversy still surround masks.
Coronavirus and Apartments: What’s the Risk?
If you live in an apartment building or condo complex, you already know it’s wise to mask up and keep your distance from others in common areas -- elevators, lobbies and hallways -- to avoid the coronavirus.
Dining Out Linked to Increased COVID-19 Risk
Adults who tested positive for coronavirus were twice as likely to report dining at a restaurant compared to people who tested negative, the CDC said Thursday.
COVID & Social Distancing: Is 6 Feet Enough?
Just when we have gotten used to social distancing 6 feet from each other to slow the spread of COVID-19, scientists from Oxford University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology suggest that it may not always be enough.
Toxic Methanol in Hand Sanitizers: Poisonings Continue
As the FDA's warning list about dangerous hand sanitizers containing methanol grows, another troubling trend has emerged. Some people are drinking the sanitizers to get an alcohol high. Others have believed a rumor, circulated online, that drinking the highly potent and toxic alcohol can disinfect the body, protecting them from COVID-19 infection.