Health

Study: Half Of COVID Cases Coming From Silent Spreaders

(CNN) - New research indicates that asymptomatic or pre-symptomatic COVID-19 cases are a primary driver of the virus spreading. Using existing research; scientists have found that silent transmission could be responsible for half of the COVID cases. The study,…

COVID Can Float On Air Droplets, Experts Say

(CNN) - We are learning more about how coronavirus is spread and the dangers of doing something as simple as talking or sneezing. A group of health experts warns that even tiny droplets from your mouth or nose can…

Study: Looking At Red Light Can Improve Eyesight

(CNN) - A new study suggests that looking at red light can improve declining eyesight. A small pilot study was published this week in the Journals of Gerontology. It found that a few minutes of gazing into a deep,…

Children May Be Able To Spread Virus

(CNN)  - A new study suggests children may be able to transmit coronavirus similar to infected adults. Researchers from the Geneva University hospitals and the University of Geneva surveyed 23 children ranging in age from seven days old to…

Study: Wildfire Smoke Harmful To Health

(CNN) - Scientists say smoke from wildfires can have an immediate harmful effect on a community. That is the conclusion of a study released on Wednesday. Researchers from the University of British Columbia's School of Population and Public Health…

Study: Too Much Sitting Raises Risk For Cancer

(CNN) - Get up and get moving! A new study suggests too much sitting could increase your risk of dying from cancer. The study was published in Jama Oncology on Thursday. Researchers followed 8,000 people over a five-year period.…

WHO: 1 Billion Children Affected By Abuse Every Year

(CNN) - A new report from the World Health Organization suggests about half the world's children suffer some kind of abuse each year. The study defines abuse as "physical, sexual or psychological violence.” To produce the report, the WHO,…

Study: Healthy Eating Lowers Risk Of Heart Disease

(CNN) - A new study confirms eating healthy can reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease, but you don't have to follow strict guidelines to have an impact. The research was published on Monday in the journal Jama Internal Medicine.…