Loneliness is rampant. A simple call, or hug, may be a cure

The stranger’s call came when Dianne Green needed it most. Alone in the home where she’d raised four kids, grieving recently deceased relatives, too fearful of COVID-19 to see her grandkids and great-grandbabies, she had never felt lonelier. Then, one day last

Inactivity increases risk of COVID-19 death, study suggests

A recent study of nearly 50,000 coronavirus patients found that those who were consistently inactive were at greater risk of death due to the virus than those who engaged in exercise. The study, which relied on the “Exercise Vital Sign” measurement developed

Snoring linked to learning hurdles in kids, study finds

Snoring — and the health issues it creates — is a problem long presumed to be reserved for adults. But new research reveals that snoring children are suffering during waking hours too. Children who snore on a regular basis show signs of

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