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How Long Could I be Contagious Before a Positive Virus Test?

Late-Stage Study of First Single-Shot Vaccine Begins in US

Studies have shown that people may be contagious for about two days before developing COVID-19 symptoms.

Watch: Omari Hardwick's Old-School 'Power Workout'

Watch: Omari Hardwick's Old-School 'Power Workout'

Oct 26
Omari Hardwick ("Power" on Starz) isn't holding back in his daily workout. Take a look at how the TV star stays in shape — you'll be impressed with the results!

Fear and Anxiety Spike in Virus Hot Spots Across US

Fear and Anxiety Spike in Virus Hot Spots Across US

By Holly Ramer, Adrian Sainz | Oct 26
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation at the University of Washington currently forecasts that the U.S. COVID-19 death toll could exceed 318,000 by January 1.

How Losing Obamacare Could Cost You

How Losing Obamacare Could Cost You

By Liz Weston, NerdWallet | Oct 26
If the Supreme Court throws out the Affordable Care Act, your finances and your future could pay the price.

I ___ Sober: How Recovery Unplugged's New Campaign is All About Living Life

I ___ Sober: How Recovery Unplugged's New Campaign is All About Living Life

By Jill Gleeson | Oct 25
The nationally recognized treatment center recently kicked off the "I ____ Sober" movement as a way to celebrate those who are living their best lives without the influence of drugs and alcohol.

Travel on Thanksgiving? Pass the COVID

Travel on Thanksgiving? Pass the COVID

By Anna Almendrala | Oct 25
For everyone, after at least seven months of being mostly sequestered, the winter holidays pose an almost insurmountable temptation. Even public health and infectious disease experts recognize the dilemma.

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7 Tips for Staying Safe as COVID-19 Cases Rise

7 Tips for Staying Safe as COVID-19 Cases Rise

As temperatures fall, people are spending more time indoors. That heightens the risk of the coronavirus spreading, but there are some simple steps you can take to help protect yourself and everyone around you.