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Coronavirus Threat Rises Across U.S.: ‘We Just Have To Assume The Monster Is Everywhere’

The coronavirus is spreading at dangerous levels across much of the United States, and public health experts are demanding a dramatic reset in the national response, one that recognizes that the crisis is intensifying and that current piecemeal strategies aren’t working.

Nurses Say Covid-19 Hazard Pay Could Help Offset Unsafe Working Conditions, Infection Fears

Cadence Washington, 6, wants to run up and hug her grandmother when she gets home after her shifts at a hospital in nearby Washington. That can't happen for at least a half-hour.

WHO: Proportion Of Youth With Covid-19 Triples In Five Months

Young people who are hitting nightclubs and beaches are leading a rise in fresh coronavirus cases across the world, with the proportion of those aged 15 to 24 who are infected rising three-fold in about five months, the World Health Organization said.

Here's What Covid-19 Does To A Child's Body

As schools prepare to reopen, experts weigh in on whether youth protects against the virus, and how readily kids can spread it to adults.

Why The Teenage Brain Pushes Young People To Ignore Virus Restrictions

Tagged as irresponsible for socializing in big groups, teens and twentysomethings are grappling with a ‘biological mandate’ to see friends and colleagues

Study: Hospitals With More Private Rooms Have Lower Rates Of MRSA

Patients are far less likely to be infected with methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus when hospitalized in facilities with more private patient rooms, a study shows.

Study Suggests People Who Experienced Childhood Trauma May Age Faster

A recent study shows childhood trauma forever changes your body — making it age faster than people who have not dealt with trauma. The researchers said this applies to children who were subjected to abuse and violence. According the results of the research, trauma often led to early puberty, cellular aging and changes in brain structure.