As Dr. Deborah Birx recommends individuals in high-risk households wear masks indoors, experts weigh in on whether the new guidance is practical.
Byron and Mychaela Hicks fell sick after traveling to Orlando. They "are my heart and will always be my heart," their mother Monete Hicks told CNN.
"COVID-19 doesn't care what you look like, where you live, or how old you are,” one expert tells Yahoo Life. “It wants to infect you.”
The Kardashians are once again facing criticism after sharing photos from a family vacation to Wyoming during the global pandemic. Kourtney Kardashian shared a photo of herself holding a goat at what appears to be Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s Wyoming ranch.
A new paper from the British Medical Journal suggests that vitamin D is an "essential" element of immune function, but that high doses of it can be dangerous.
There are plenty of situations you might find yourself in this summer where you’re unsure of what, exactly, you need to do to keep yourself and your family safe.
Salma Hayek and Will Smith are showing off their gray roots as stars prioritize their health over trips to the hairdresser.
Bert terHart, who hasn’t seen another person since January, shares his tips for self-isolating.
Many people still aren't wearing masks or observing social distancing protocol at the supermarket. Workers are afraid it will cost them their lives.
From dance-a-thons to messages of faith, celebrities including Diddy, Demi Moore and Salma Hayek found ways to honor the holiday.
One easy way to show your family and friends you’re thinking about them is with flowers.
Renowned pathologist Dr. Tracey McNamara talks about working on the prescient 2011 virus thriller "Contagion."
Social distancing is easy because "all you have to do is stay at home and get drunk," the "Game of Thrones" star told Conan O'Brien.
"This is as physically close as we’ve been in a couple of days ’cause we’ve just found each other revolting," said Bell in an Instagram Live with Katie Couric.
The head of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases predicted 100,000 to 200,000 Americans could die and millions more could be infected.