Claire Gillespie

"You should not see the white above my iris," Whitney Buha shared on Instagram.
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Nose and throat swabs are standard in the US, but the new swab test might be more accurate, according to some experts.
"Wearing masks isn't a partisan issue—it's a patriotic act that can save countless lives."
Double the mask, double the protection? Not necessarily.
How long does a case of coronavirus last? Find out the COVID-19 symptoms to expect day by day if you contract the virus, according to experts.
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A disaster declaration was issued for the city, with residents warned to only use bottled water or boiled tap water.
What to toss—and what to keep—next time there's an electrical outage.
Dr. Fauci suggested wearing eye coverings, but how much will this really help?
You can still contract this infectious disease, aptly nicknamed the "black death."
This is what infectious disease experts and health organizations advise.
Poop really might pose a threat, according to researchers.
“I think we were careless and we went out into a public place when we should not have."
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It raises questions about what kind of worms they are and what happens if you accidentally consume them.
You may want to wait just a little longer before scheduling that much-needed trim.
Her tweet about the technique went viral—is it safe for anyone with coronavirus to try?
While nothing can be said for certain, experts believe COVID-19 will hit its apex within the next few weeks.
In response to a shortage of personal protective equipment (PPE) like face masks and gloves, group of scientists, engineers, and medical professionals living in the US have created an initiative called PPE Link for those with supplies to donate them to doctors in need.
The facts about hydroxychloroquine, and when it could be FDA-approved.
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"Every pregnancy is different," she captioned her side-by-side photos.