"As number of cases grew and the world entered lockdown, I started to see every surface in my home as an enemy."
“Treehouse of Horror XXXI,” which airs on Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. on Fox, opens with an election parody that’s not for the faint of heart.
A new study suggests that people with Type O blood are less likely to get COVID-19 and less likely to get severely ill if they do contract it. Here's why Type A and AB may be putting some at higher risk.
Children may be the last group to get the vaccine for COVID-19 when they become available, according to updated vaccine guidelines by CDC.
COVID long-haulers say brain fog is like "being woken up in the middle of a dead sleep and asked, 'Where are the car keys?'" Now experts say the cognitive impairment could be tied to PTSD.
President Trump continues to assert that his hospital stay for COVID-19 was a success, but some experts say the situation bears resemblance to a dangerous phenomenon known as VIP syndrome.
Going through often scary, confusing treatments and follow-up appointments without a spouse or relative or friend to lean on has been one of the biggest, most difficult ways that women navigating breast cancer treatment over the past six months have felt the COVID influence.
The "Young and Beautiful" singer defied coronavirus guidelines for a poetry book reading at Barnes & Noble and got close with attendees.
Donald Trump, Jr. told Tucker Carlson that attacks on the president in the wake of his COVID-19 diagnosis have been "pretty disgusting."
As the science world continues to study the extent to which COVID-19 spreads through aerosols, here's an interactive explainer of how they differ from respiratory droplets.
Donald Trump announced on Twitter early Friday that he and the first lady “tested positive for COVID-19” — and celebrities have plenty of opinions about it.
John Legend didn't hold back in a new interview on the coronavirus pandemic and the presidential election.
If you're looking for a durable mask that you can wear all day long - this one is just right.