If you saw the 2011 movie “Contagion,” about a worldwide pandemic of a new virus, then you’ve heard the term “R0”.
The U.S. government now owes over US$23.5 trillion in debt, or about $71,000 for every man, women and child living within its borders. It has risen $3 trillion since President Trump took office in 2017 and is almost double what it was just 10 years ago.
The unknown is frightening. And with the spread of a deadly and communicable disease – the coronavirus is both – individual liberties may be temporarily sidelined to protect the larger community.
The coronavirus outbreak is affecting broad swaths of American life, including all levels of government.
A nursing home resident who tested positive for the virus visits through the window with her daughter.
As families everywhere adjust to social distancing measures like closed schools and child care centers, workplaces and more, parents are grappling with questions regarding their kids’ use of technology. Rebecca Dore, an expert on children and media, offers some tips for how to make the most of screen time for kids who are cooped up at home.
Washing your hands frequently is just one of the things you can do to stay healthy during the coronavirus outbreak
Touching one’s face is natural, but it spreads germs. There are ways to stop.
Changing seasons provide unique opportunities to be active.
Parents should talk to their kids about COVID-19 pandemic by using language they can understand.
What’s behind this natural tendency?
Elections often inspire hope, but that hope can quickly turn to political despair when candidates fall short of voters’ expectations.
Don’t worry, an innocuous chat by the water cooler won’t get you fired.
Advocates for lower drug prices held a vigil on Sept. 5, 2019 outside of Eli Lilly in New York City, honoring those who have lost their lives due to the high cost of insulin.
Sonoma County, California hired this herd of sheep from Sweetgrass Grazing to reduce invasive plants and flammable fuels and make room for native plants on protected land.
Thanks to algorithms, outrage often snowballs.