More than 99.9 percent of seasonal coronaviruses present in airborne droplets were killed when exposed to a particular wavelength of ultraviolet light that is safe to use around humans.
Written By Columbia University Medical Center And University Of California – San Diego / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
As COVID-19 restrictions loosen and states reopen across the country, many people are wondering, “What’s truly safe?” Figuring out how to navigate the world and understanding your risks would be challenging enough if we fully understood this new virus.
Written By Sheila Johnson / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
A new study recently published in Risk Analysis - provides guidelines for sufficient inhalation protection that are important in curbing the spread of COVID-19.
Written By The Society For Risk Analysis / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Scientists have developed a COVID Symptom Tracker app aimed at rapidly collecting information to aid in the response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Written By Kevin Kerfoot / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Are you socially responsible and want to protect yourself and everyone around from COVID-19? Check out our list of coronavirus precautions to make sure you follow them all.
Written By Clyde Kincaid / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has been quite the motivator for building up a strong immune system. But are supplements the best source of the nutrients you need?
Written By LifeBridge Health / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Scientists created a map that tracks drive-through testing stations across the U.S, including Alaska and Hawaii.
Written By Johns Hopkins University Carey Business School / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Being cooped up at home may mean that eating, especially eating snacks and junk food, is the way many people will occupy the time they work from home or spend with loved ones. So, how can you stay healthy during a pandemic?
Written By the University of Alabama at Birmingham / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Q and A of the top mental health concerns of cancer patients and survivors and advice about how to handle them.
Written By Scott Irwin, MD, Ph.D. / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
Heavy consumers of news media are engaging in more recommended coronavirus (COVID-19) preventive practices than lighter consumers of news media.
Written By the University Of Delaware / Reviewed By Ray Spotts
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