“I’m not asking some of America to do it — we’ve all got to do it,” Dr. Robert Redfield said of wearing masks, washing hands and social distancing.
Quickly squirting it into your hands isn't effective against COVID-19.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, is it better to use paper towels in a public restroom ― or air-dryers? Here's what infectious disease specialists say.
Experts weigh in on whether you should wash your hands, face and body with bar soap to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Doing laundry at home during the coronavirus pandemic? Experts share their tried-and-true ways to clean clothing by hand.
The infectious diseases expert doesn’t just mean now, or in the weeks and months after the pandemic, but possibly forever.
"In the same way that people with underlying medical conditions are more susceptible to ... the coronavirus, so too will people with poor mental health struggle to cope."
Thwarting the coronavirus means washing hands and staying hydrated. That's not easy for the 2 million Americans still without plumbing in 2020.
Research suggests these lesser-known ways to reduce the indoor spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.
Should you shower, shampoo and clean your nails as often as you wash your hands? Let's just say now's not the time to have long nails.