During times of crisis, comfort food can be a welcomed thing to have. That is not to say that we should throw nutrition and healthy eating out the window — we shouldn’t. But when times are hectic and unsure, take a step back and focus on the things that we can control. Those things include f…
The Texas Shakespeare Festival has canceled its summer season because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Several organizations are providing information via telephone hotlines or websites to help people cope with the stress brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
Concerns about the spread of the coronavirus and instructions from government leaders to stay at home have caused organizations that host entertainment to change plans.
Caring for an aging parent or a loved one who is ill or disabled is deeply rewarding, but it can also consume a lot of time, as well as physical and emotional energy. Especially in times such as we are seeing unfold with COVID19. The most important thing I can tell you is to care for yoursel…
As local medical professionals are on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic, community members are rallying by donating supplies to assist healthcare workers.
The Salvation Army in Tyler is seeing more demand for its services and is asking for donations.
As more services move online to encourage social distancing, one program is seeing a surge is growth. TheraNow is an online physical therapy platform recently started by Tyler medical professionals that uses telehealth technology to deliver therapy with videoconferencing. Because of the rece…
Medical service providers are encouraging patients to use telecommunication technology, whenever possible, to access health information.
With the recent events related to the coronavirus, you may find yourself still in shock and disbelief. Trust me, I am right there with you. While caring for my mother-in-law, whom we all call “Momma Kay,” she looked at me from her hospital bed in my home, whispering in her frail voice, “Don’…
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Dr. Sanjay Gupta discusses British Prime Minister Boris Johnson being moved to the intensive care unit after being diagnosed and hospitalized with the coronavirus.
Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson "dreamed" of becoming a country singer when he was a teenager, before moving to try his hand at football, and then eventually becoming a wrestler.
Liam Hemsworth is focusing on "rebuilding" following his split from Miley Cyrus last year, as he says he's turned to exercise to keep himself "balanced".
Intensive care doctor Julie John shares emotional message to her kids just in case she died. Dr.John is getting better, but will be under quarantine for another 7-14 days.
Leading scientists tell CNN that it's possible the virus didn't just come from bats in the past months, but that it may have existed in humans many months or even years before it grew into a deadly pandemic. CNN's Nick Paton Walsh reports.
Doctors at University Hospital of Brooklyn, New York, explain the dire need for ventilators in the battle against the coronavirus pandemic. CNN's Miguel Marquez reports.
Queen Elizabeth promised "better days would return" in a rare televised address to the British public and the wider Commonwealth amidst the coronavirus pandemic.
Jay-Z and Meek Mill have sent 100,000 masks to prisoners amidst the coronavirus pandemic, under their REFORM Alliance organisation.
Vanessa Bryant is "incredibly proud" of her late husband Kobe Bryant, after he was inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame.
As governments in the West wrestle with guidance on face masks, many living in Asia have been diligently wearing them for months since the start of the crisis. And there is evidence that widespread use has led to greater success in infection control. CNN's Kristie Lu Stout reports.
A microbiologist in Germany believes that the use of an updated version of a 100-year-old Tuberculosis vaccine may work as an intermediate treatment for Covid-19. CNN's Frederik Pleitgen reports.
Hilaria Baldwin says social distancing with four young children has been "hard", because they are too young to understand what's happening.