Disinfecting wipes can kill the coronavirus, but you have to know which ones will do the trick. Find out how to use those wipes safely and properly.
Bacteria, whether in swimming pools, water parks or lakes, can cause recreational water illnesses like diarrhea and skin infections. Here are three ways to lower your chances of getting sick.
Cold weather brings a rise in upper respiratory infections — sneezing, coughing and stuffy heads. While you might think antibiotics will help you feel better, they aren’t always the right course of treatment.
Hand sanitizer is back in stores. Before you rub, find out when you should use it, when to skip it and how to know if yours is recalled.
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