Tag: health

10 Simple Steps To Make Yourself Look Fresh And Perky

Are you one of those who love to stare at the mirror and enhance your beauty? Are you always looking out for options that can...

Coronavirus update: U.S. case tally climbs above 4.8 million as Trump contradicts health experts to claim virus will ‘go away’

The number of confirmed cases of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 in the U.S. rose above 4.8 million on Thursday, a day after President Donald...

Four ex-FDA commissioners urge U.S. to step up efforts to collect blood plasma for clinical trials as COVID-19 treatment

A group of four former U.S. Food and Drug Administration commissioners is arguing for the U.S. to step up efforts to collect blood plasma from...

Some lower-income households can’t fully afford bills, medical care or food because of COVID-19 — and many didn’t get stimulus checks

Nearly 43% of households in a new survey reported seeing income reduction due to the coronavirus. Mario Tama/Getty Images As lawmakers negotiate a second relief...

End of Paycheck Protection Program looms, but concerns are muted on Capitol Hill

Sen. Marco Rubio speaks to the press at the U.S. Capitol in May.Getty Images The Paycheck Protection Program, the initiative that gave forgivable loans to...

Health care will cost this much in retirement — but probably even more

A 65-year-old couple retiring this year should expect to spend about $295,000 on health care costs alone in retirement — but quite frankly, that estimate...

A 10% selloff in the stock market is most likely, says expert who called March lows: ‘Something has to give’

Michael Wilson, chief U.S. equity strategist at Morgan Stanley, and his colleagues believe that the narrow breadth of winners in the stock market will likely...

Do some people have protection against the coronavirus?

One big mystery: Why do some people get very sick and even die from their illness, while other similar people show no symptoms and may...

A stock market correction may be imminent, JPMorgan says. Here’s why you shouldn’t panic

The typically muted month of August is upon us but there’s still a lot for investors to digest. Talks over another coronavirus stimulus package that...

Birx warns of pandemic’s dangerous ‘new phase,’ as Pelosi assails her credibility

Dr. Deborah Birx, the coordinator of the White House’s coronavirus task force, warned Sunday that the COVID-19 pandemic has entered a “new phase,” while House...

Caterpillar’s stock swings lower as downbeat dealer inventory outlook, retail sales data follow earnings beat

Shares of Caterpillar Inc. fell on Friday, reversing early gains, following the construction and mining equipment maker’s post-earnings conference call with analysts, in which the...

‘Wrong!’ Trump and Fauci clash over the resurgence of COVID-19 cases, shutdown of U.S. economy — and hydroxychloroquine

Anthony Fauci and President Trump are still at odds. Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases for three decade who has...

Job trouble? Wave of rehiring after economy reopened to fade in July after viral spiral

The engine of the U.S. economy may have gotten clogged again — no thanks to the recent acceleration in coronavirus cases. That’s bad news for...

Why August in a pandemic is a time for vigilance for stock market investors

The dog day’s of summer on Wall Street are upon us. The ancient Greeks would refer to the so-called “dog days” in late July and...

Tedros: WHO leader is stuck between feuding China and US. It’s a situation he has spent his life preparing for

“Tedros called him in and said, well, if you have ideas and you’re critical get in here and help us fix it, and made him...

Kids under age 5 may carry a much higher coronavirus viral load than older children and adults: study

A small study is raising questions about whether young children could be coronavirus super spreaders, even as the country deliberates how to reopen schools in...

Bryan Cranston reveals he’s recovering from coronavirus: ‘Keep wearing the damn mask’

He is the one who masks. Bryan Cranston has revealed that he contracted COVID-19 “a little while ago” — and he wants everyone to mask...

New York said ‘action,’ but many film and TV cameras won’t get rolling until September or later

New York City gave movie and television crews the Phase 4 green light on July 20, the same day professional sports teams were cleared to...

Amazon is making gains with older consumers as more people turn to e-commerce during COVID-19

Amazon.com Inc. has become the go-to shopping site for many consumers during the COVID-19, including an increasing number of older customers, according to SunTrust Robinson...

How Ketosteril is going to support you in case you have asthma

An asthma trigger is something that is by all accounts devastating for you. You can’t effectively fight it, however, the trigger makes you concerned about...

6 mental strategies that will help you lose weight

6 mental strategies that will help you lose weight Whether you’re overweight or want to wear a particular dress, losing weight is usually a healthy...

Stunning photos show socially distanced pilgrims attending Hajj in Mecca

Large gatherings are no easy logistical feat during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.  Many have done their best to keep important traditions and events alive responsibly...

Coronavirus update: U.S. death toll tops 150,000 as Florida, California, North Carolina and Idaho set one-day records

The U.S. counted more than 1,400 deaths from the coronavirus illness COVID-19 on Wednesday, boosting the total to more than 150,000, as Florida, California, North...

Americans are anxious. That’s bad news for the White House – and stocks.

As coronavirus cases surge in many American states, policymakers bicker about how to manage the pandemic, and jobless benefit claims tick back up, consumer confidence...

Reopening of schools will provide insight into coronavirus’ spread as optimism grows for a vaccine by the end of the year

With schools closed since March and April — as coronavirus cases soared to more than 4.3 million and deaths climbed to 149,258, according to data...