Here are some daily, involuntary habits you're probably doing to make your skin age prematurely.
Originating first in Europe and taking the western world by storm in recent years, the use of bidets as a more hygienic alternative to toilet papers is slowly gaining popularity in the US market. Take a step back and learn about the variations of bidet available in the market today.
At least 100 people have died and thousands wounded after an explosion in the Lebanese capital.
People these days are more inclined to maintain a healthy and sustainable lifestyle. A step in this direction includes choosing the right skincare products for the body.
The impact of the pandemic on our lives and the world is causing deep vulnerabilities to emerge. Approximately six weeks into the lockdown, the relationships of a number of couples collapsed.
President Donald Trump recently claimed he was going to throw the first pitch at a New York Yankees game in August, which surprised the team's staff, who said an invitation was never officially extended.
Duterte gave the incorrect advice in an address urging citizens to use masks and threatening those who do not with arrest and punishment.
The civilized world cannot turn a blind eye to the fate of China's Uighur Muslims.
With a little bit of preparation and the right skincare products, you can prevent mask-induced acne.
The worm, which was 1.5 inches long, was removed with tweezers by doctors in Japan.
Time to get to the root of your hair loss problem.
According to the latest forecast models, the next wave of dust will reach southeastern Texas, Louisiana and southern Mississippi.
Trade winds regularly blow dust from the Sahara thousands of miles over the Atlantic at this time of year.
Saharan dust can exacerbate the symptoms of those with respiratory problems.
Scientists think these layers of dust in the atmosphere may help to suppress the development of hurricanes.
Imagine waking up and getting in the shower, only to rub your body with toilet paper. Feeling "sparkly clean"? No, right! Then, why we are so comfortable doing exactly that to the dirtiest part of our bodies—our nether regions.
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Their comments came despite video evidence and first-hand accounts showing a non-hostile crowd that was dispersed by riot shields, rubber bullets, tear gas and police horses so the president could walk across the street to pose for the photo with a Bible in his hand.
Dr. Mohammed Abbas Khaki expressed fears that people would not be able to correctly carry out the swab tests, which he called an "uncomfortable and difficult method".
From washing your lenses with soapy water to creating a mask with a flexible nose, there are ways to avoid foggy glasses.
Researchers looked at which factors were most associated with hospitalization and critical illness in over 4,000 New York patients.
13-year-old Paul Coschignano came up with the idea after his mother, Gina, told him that she and her co-workers were experiencing pain from wearing face masks while working in the health care industry.
Anxiety is the most common mental illness in the U.S. and the coronavirus pandemic is adding extra stress into our lives.
The World Health Organization advises against the general public wearing masks unless they are sick or caring for those infected.
Colorado Parks and Wildlife (CPW) has confirmed the victim, who has not been named, attempted to move the animal from the street in front of her home so a car could pass just before the incident.
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On the upcoming "Grey's Anatomy" episode, titled, "Life on Mars," Dr. Amelia Shepard will finally learn the identity of her baby's father.
Are the stories you're seeing on COVID-19 fact or fiction?