As more people are tested positive for the virus, medical experts note that patients are experiencing additional symptoms.
Canadians in their 20s diagnosed with the new coronavirus say their illness was severe and they are concerned about infecting more vulnerable people.
In the height of the coronavirus outbreak, Conforti said to focus on cleaning high-traffic areas in the house.
Lupus patients are struggling to access hydroxychloroquine after U.S. President Donald Trump promoted claims it could help treat the new coronavirus.
While the novel coronavirus outbreak has led to job loss for many, there are still a number of companies hiring.
Medical experts encourage people to self-isolate for 14 days because you can be contagious for up to two weeks after being exposed to COVID-19.
Hairstylists caution against DIY hairdos during the new coronavirus pandemic, saying you could make an expensive mistake.
Maintaining connections while physically distancing during the outbreak is important, experts say.
Research shows COVID-19 can live on surfaces, but experts maintain handwashing is key in curbing its spread.
You don’t even need workout equipment.
It is your perspective that determines whether the experience is enjoyable or not, experts say.
Dating during the COVID-19 outbreak can be complicated. But relationship expert Jess O’Reilly says you can still date online.
Our skin naturally produces oils and waxes that protect our hands, but increased handwashing can strip those oils away.
While most kids will enjoy sleeping in and relaxing during March break, what will they do for the following two weeks out of school?
Many Canadians are reconsidering non-essential travel plans during the coronavirus outbreak, but some are intrigued by cheap tickets.