Like many industries, the yoga industry is facing some major upheavals due to COVID-19, with studios closing their doors, some of them permanently, and a mass transitioning of classes to online formats.
With the advent of an infectious disease outbreak, epidemiologists and public health officials quickly try to forecast deaths and infections using complex computer models.
The World Alliance for Breastfeeding Action's annual World Breastfeeding Week will take place this August 1 -7.
“We Don’t Know What Else Is Out There.” Five Ways New Diseases Emerge — And What We Can Do About Them
From forests and farms to our own back yards, there’s a lot we can do to reduce future risks of pandemic outbreaks.
Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, fewer than a quarter of Americans were getting the recommended amount of exercise.
Doulas provide emotional and physical support before, during, and after birth. With concerns over the spread of COVID-19, this service has become even more crucial.
While some infections spread from asymptomatic individuals, there is not enough evidence yet to suggest that COVID-19 does.
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During the pneumonia epidemic in North Carolina in the 1940's, after American soldiers returned from the war in Europe, a small-town physician used an anti-infective protocol of intravenous vitamin C to cure 42 cases of viral pneumonia.
Wash your hands, stay home as much as possible, and boost your immunity with these treatments and tips.
The coronavirus is highlighting long-standing inequities and deep structural imbalances in society.
The coronavirus disease, known as COVID-19, is a frightening reminder of the imminent global threat posed by emerging infectious diseases.
We are grateful today’s technology allows us to conduct work and school from home, monitor the news and stay connected with friends and loved ones. As we do so, let’s see if we can form long-lasting healthy habits…