So, how long will the coronavirus be an ever present threat in our lives? The answer largely depends on how human immunity to the virus develops over the next five years or so.
A study by economists at the University of Wyoming found that social distancing measures are economically justified in the long run.
As millions of people are staying indoors and practicing social distancing, the young and healthy may feel obligated to check in on their older or frailer neighbors, friends, and family.
Scientists found an increase in heart disease risk of up to 27 percent in postmenopausal women who experience both social isolation and loneliness.
A new survey finds almost half of Americans in relationships want their partners to post more "online PDA" on social media.
People earning roughly $230,000 annually are as much as 54 percent more likely to engage in self-protective behaviors.