More myths and facts about the coronavirus
What's true and what's not about masks, 5G and more.
How to beat back summer migraines
Six tips for staying headache-free.
How vaccines are developed
Testing them and getting them approved is a careful process.
Salmonella outbreak linked to red onions
If you're not sure where your onion came from, throw it out.
Tips for staying safe while protesting
Be sure to bring hand sanitizer and use it frequently.
How to self-quarantine with COVID-19
Learn how to keep yourself and others safe.
Power shutoffs can help prevent wildfires
But it's important to be prepared for lights-out.
What back to school may look like this year
There are a lot of unknowns, but flexibility will be key.
8 ways to beat the heat
Stay safe and cool this summer.
Wearing a face mask when you have asthma
Try these tips for making your mask work for you.
How to remove a tick
Hint: Don't try nail polish, a match or petroleum jelly.
What is pooled testing?
How it works and what the results mean.
Positive self-talk can be a great stress-buster
Words matter, including those you tell yourself.
Fruits, veggies and whole grains may lower diabetes risk
Are you eating enough to reap the benefits?
How alcohol harms the body
Quitting drinking can reverse some of the damage.
Broken-heart syndrome on the rise
Pandemic stress may trigger this heart attack look-alike.
COVID-19 symptoms may linger for months
Some people who've "recovered" report long-term symptoms.
Parents: Learn the signs of juvenile arthritis
Adults aren't the only ones who deal with arthritis.
How to spot a COVID-19 contact tracing scam
Learn the telltale signs of a rip-off.
Temperature check: Tips to avoid food poisoning
Keeping hot foods hot and cold foods cold is essential.
Why you might want to check your blood pressure at home
Many home monitors are easy to use.
How to cope with 'pandemic nightmares'
Daytime anxiety can invade your sleep and your dreams.
Safety tips to avoid COVID-19
Wearing a mask and washing your hands are a good start.
Why you need water
There's more than one way to hydrate.
COVID-19 hot spots: Neighborhood bars
One bar in Michigan was linked to 107 coronavirus cases.