The United States has reached another grim coronavirus milestone with 2 million reported cases.
Many areas of the country are re-opening and some everyday activities are resuming, while there is still a serious risk for coronavirus - but which are the riskiest and which are safer?
Coronavirus has so far infected over 1.8 million Americans and unfortunately, people of color are being disproportionately affected by the virus and killing more people from these communities.
The first human trial of an antibody therapy designed to treat the virus has started.
With summer nearly here and more areas of the country reopening, you might be considering traveling and flying, but what are the risks due to coronavirus/COVID-19 and what can someone do to minimize the chance of infection?
Now that wearing a face mask has become a part of our daily lives, you might be experiencing new skin irritations and The Doctors are here to help.
Coronavirus/COVID-19 has put a major damper on summer plans this year, but there are still a ton of great ways to have fun while keeping yourself safe.
Despite the ongoing coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, it is possible to enjoy your favorite outdoor water activites by keeping these important safety precautions in mind before you make a splash.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has updated its position on the way in which coronavirus/COVID-19 is likely to spread.
Parenting expert Dr. Deborah Gilboa share parenting during this milestone.