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About that coronavirus ‘mask, no mask’ debate

Face masks can help prevent the spread of viruses, but you should know when to use them. The CDC does not recommend face masks for the general public.

2019 novel coronavirus: Know the symptoms [infographic]

The 2019 novel coronavirus is infecting people around the world. Here are the symptoms to look out for if you think you might have been exposed.
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Tips for people with coronavirus symptoms [infographic]

If you think you are sick with the 2019 novel coronavirus, there are several things you should do to protect yourself and neighbors.
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Tips to avoid getting sick [infographic]

Around the world people are concerned about the new coronavirus that started in Wuhan, China. Here are some tips to help you stay healthy.
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Mom told you to wash your hands. She was right.

It’s one of the first things mothers teach children: Wash your hands with soap and water. But most of us are not doing it right, according to experts.
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Bypassing regime, U.S. delivers lifesaving medicine to Iranians

The U.S. has opened a channel to ensure Iranian patients get the medicines they need. See how Iran's regime has diverted money intended for medicines.
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U.S. companies work on coronavirus vaccine

Several U.S. drug companies are hard at work developing a vaccine to fight the coronavirus that is spreading around the world.
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U.S. innovation is fighting antibiotic-resistant diseases

Antibiotic-resistant diseases are being tackled head-on by U.S. government agencies with fast-track funding of bold ideas.
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Mental health in Maduro’s Venezuela

Medicine shortages inside Venezuela and a lack of mental health support for refugees outside of the country are killing Venezuelans.