Coping with COVID-19: Positive thinking does not mean burying yourself from the outside world; it means you choose to see the good.
Sweden’s state epidemiologist Anders Tegnell has announced a record daily high of coronavirus cases for the second consecutive day.
South Carolina's deadliest tornado outbreak in 36 years now also includes the strongest twister to hit the state since 1995.
Post-COVID19 world: Will we just change a few habits, policies, and plans to confront future outbreaks? Or, will we go a bit further and make bigger reforms we once thought impossible?
In the battle against world pandemic a rapidly expanding brigade of robots is answering an urgent call of duty: surface disinfection.
At least 18 people were killed and numerous structures were been damaged or destroyed as a powerful storm system barreled through several southern states Sunday and Monday.
Transmission by touching a contaminated surface or object and then touching the mouth, nose or eyes is possible, but the jury's still out on pet fur.
Laid-off airline employees have started training to learn basic skills to assist in nursing homes and hospitals currently overwhelmed by a surging number of patients and ill medical staff.
"I find myself astonished by the divergence from professional medical advice in the wake of this public health crisis."