iStock/Robert Kirk(NEW YORK) — As a result of shutdowns, lockdowns, and losses of jobs from COVID-19, many big-city dwellers found themselves moving elsewhere, but some experts tell the Washington Post many of these people are deciding to make their
DutcherAerials(LOS ANGELES) — With parts of the country opening back up, but many summer mainstays like sleep-away camps cancelled, parents say they’re going to have their hands full keeping their kids entertained during the summer of COVID-19.
(NEW YORK) — Here’s the latest information on the COVID-19 coronavirus as of 9:20 a.m. ET. Latest reported numbers globally per Johns Hopkins University Global diagnosed cases: 6,193,548 Global deaths: 372,479. The United States has the most
Tero Vesalainen/iStock(NEW YORK) — As if the COVID-19 pandemic wasn’t affecting enough aspects of our lives during the day, now it’s even invading our minds when we sleep. A new survey commissioned by Sleep Standards finds that
iStock/Halfpoint (NEW YORK) — With a third of Americans developing symptoms of anxiety and depression during COVID-19, a number that is twice as high as the amount before the pandemic, experts say healthcare workers are facing a