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According to the World Health Organization, there are currently no drugs that treat or prevent coronavirus. Still, people believe certain foods and habits may cure the illness that has basically shut...

‘Men are more likely to get it, home testing kits are reliable and Vitamin C can prevent it’: The coronavirus myths that went viral Fake news and health myths have sprung up on social media...

When disease epidemics and outbreaks occur, conspiracy theories often emerge that compete with the information provided by public health officials. A Dartmouth-led study in Science Advances finds that...

We all have dreams and goals about the way we want to achieve flatter abs. Forget six-packs — we’re talking about flatter, paunch-free midsections. And if, like us, you’ve considered that...

Many Australians are reluctant to use sunscreen, even though it’s an important element in preventing the skin cancers that affect about two in three of us at some time in our lives. The Cancer Council...