Health

How to eat less meat and more plants

How to eat less meat and more plants

Whether you enjoy meat on a regular basis or savor a steak once in a while, one thing is true: Many people love meat.
Support the newest warriors: Those on the frontlines of the Covid-19 pandemic

Support the newest warriors: Those on the frontlines of the Covid-19 pandemic

Suffering from anxiety attacks, sleepless nights and surges of irritability, people around the world are experiencing the same emotional trauma that military veterans have felt for decades.
Dr. Sanjay Gupta: If the United States were my patient

Dr. Sanjay Gupta: If the United States were my patient

For a moment, think of the United States as a human body. Full of heart and mind. Bile and blood. Muscle and fat. Like any body, it has its strengths and weaknesses, and must consistently work to prevent disease and optimize function. It needs to nourish itself, exercise, and take care of its physical and mental health.
​Coronavirus updates: China increases Wuhan death toll by 50%

​Coronavirus updates: China increases Wuhan death toll by 50%

China added 1,290 deaths, revising its numbers for Wuhan.
Scientist Kizzmekia Corbett leads the way on COVID-19 vaccine trials with dedication and humor

Scientist Kizzmekia Corbett leads the way on COVID-19 vaccine trials with dedication and humor

"A lot of people are banking on us or feel that we have a product that could, at least, be part of the answer this world needs," Corbett said.
What you need to know about virus outbreak

What you need to know about virus outbreak

The number of people diagnosed with coronavirus around the world is nudging towards 300,000 and the pandemic has already killed more than 13,000.
Coronavirus is not yet a pandemic, WHO says, but countries should prepare.

Coronavirus is not yet a pandemic, WHO says, but countries should prepare.

The U.S. now has 53 coronavirus cases, most of them passengers from the Diamond Princess cruise ship.
How to spot flu symptoms

How to spot flu symptoms

During this fierce and deadly flu season, it's important to recognize the symptoms that will tell you whether you have the nasty infection -- or just a common cold.