Colorado Springs boasts fresh, dry air and abundant sunshine—just what tuberculosis patients of the late 19th century needed.
Belleville, Pennsylvania, has a large Amish and Mennonite population, and a new coronavirus testing drive-thru is accommodating horses and buggies.
The non-stop news about coronavirus and COVID-19 can cause a lot of anxiety. Here's our weekly digest of useful information, uplifting stories, and surprising tidbits to help you cope during the pandemic.
Crocs is devoted to helping nurses, doctors, and other healthcare professionals fight the coronavirus.
You can take your own temperature with a meat thermometer, just as long as you sanitize it properly.
The underwear company is joining other clothing manufacturers to help get medical supplies to professionals in need.
Mary Mallon’s asymptomatic spreading of typhoid fever is a cautionary tale about the importance of washing your hands.
The 'Grey's Anatomy' spin-off series, ‘Station 19,’ also gave a few hundred N95 masks to a Los Angeles firehouse.
In the 1830s, Americans became obsessed with the idea that tomatoes could cure everything from cholera to diarrhea.
A couple of long-suffering scientists from Australia donated their time—and their gas—to figuring out whether farts can spread disease.
The organization is cautioning that canceled blood drives could create a serious supply shortage for people in need.
Viral outbreaks often necessitate patient isolation or quarantine. But what separates each separation?
Health care workers see sick people all day, every day. So why don't they fall ill like the rest of us?
At last, people with asthma will be able to buy potentially life-saving medicine without breaking the bank.
The CDC warns that Americans should start preparing for a coronavirus outbreak. Here's what you should know to keep yourself and your community safe.
She flexed her fine motor skills with a mid-surgery violin performance that featured George Gershwin’s “Summertime” and more.
If your tooth enamel is worn down, the path is clear for your sensitive tooth to feel pain like no other.
The smartphone app developed by the Chinese government warns users when they've been in close contact with someone likely to be infected with the new coronavirus.
According to this list, new moms who are breastfeeding should avoid something called “green cocoanut cake” at all costs.
Masks have become a part of daily life for millions in response to the spread of coronavirus. But can they really lessen the spread of disease?
It seems like detail-oriented people would have good handwriting, but doctors don’t always have the time to spend on it.
The serrated-chain blade we associate with striking down trees was originally invented to slice through pelvic bone during deliveries.