Robina, Australia — Photos. Music. The coronavirus? Our cellphones carry more than we think – including infectious germs – and likely serve as “Trojan horses” for the COVID-19 pandemic, researchers from Bond University say.
Rosemont, IL — Although more than 3 out of 4 people believe protecting themselves from the sun’s harmful ultraviolet rays is an important health habit, only 41% regularly practice sun safety, results of a recent survey show.
Muncie, IN — Making personal hygiene and cleanliness a priority are among the 13 healthy behaviors and habits one Ball State University professor says can help lower your risk of contracting and spreading COVID-19 – and help you stay healthy in the future.
Arlington, VA — Think you’re safer wearing gloves during the COVID-19 pandemic? The Association for Professionals in Infection Control and Epidemiology wants you to know that protective vinyl, latex or nitrile gloves could become “more contaminated than bare hands” and “may actually be spreading germs in the community.”
Washington — The Environmental Protection Agency has further updated a list of registered disinfectants that can help prevent and reduce the spread of COVID-19, bringing the total number of cleaning products on its sortable, searchable database to more than 350.
Phoenix — Older adults can lower their risk of dying of heart disease and other conditions by increasing their physical activity – and it doesn’t have to be strenuous, a pair of studies presented by the American Heart Association indicate.
Washington — If you’re feeling tired, you’re not alone. On average, U.S. adults feel sleepy three days a week – affecting their mood, mental acuity, productivity and more, results of a recent survey suggest.
Washington — The Environmental Protection Agency has added nearly 200 registered disinfectants to an online list of cleaning products that can help prevent and reduce the spread of the coronavirus, and has made the list sortable, searchable and printable.