Coronavirus Cabin Fever Can Be Dangerous, Psychologist Warns: 'When We're Stressed & Feel Trapped, Conflict Likely To Increase'In times of crisis, people typically come together. But the COVID-19 pandemic is not a typical crisis and experts worry it poses a serious threat to mental health.
No Crying In Baseball: 'Opening Day Challenge' Spurs MLB Fans To Flood Social Media With Team PrideThursday was supposed to be Major League Baseball's opening day, but fans are showing their team pride while staying home to help prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
Don't Be A 'Covidiot': Social Distancing Rebels Shamed Online With Mixed ResultsMost people appear to be following public health recommendations on social distancing to help slow the spread of the coronavirus, but not everyone is listening.
'It Is Not Going Good:' Boy Writes Hilarious Critique Of Mom's Homeschooling SkillsA stay-at-home mom in Kentucky learning the hard way that home schooling her kids during the coronavirus pandemic is not going to be easy.
'Makes Me Mad': Young Adult Tests Positive After Attending 'Coronavirus Party,' Says Kentucky Governor Andy BeshearSome young adults in Kentucky decided to hold a "coronavirus party" and now at least one of the people at the party has tested positive for COVID-19.
'Might Be Losing My Mind': Coronavirus Cabin Fever Leading Many To Vent Frustrations On Social MediaWith millions of Americans in lockdown to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, it's inevitable that some of us are starting to go stir crazy after a few weeks.
'This Is Not A Game': Perdue Farms Workers Walk Out Over Coronavirus ConcernsApproximately 50 workers at the Perdue Farms plant in Kathleen, Georgia, walked off the job Monday morning, saying they don't feel safe working there during the coronavirus pandemic.
'Oh My Gosh': Firefighters Help Woman Give Birth In Toilet Paper Aisle Of Walmart StoreCustomers cheered after a woman gave birth in the toilet paper aisle of a Walmart store in Springfield, Missouri, last week.
Carlos "Scooby" Johnson Michigan's Mr. BasketballThe 6-foot-6 Johnson signed a letter of intent to attend Butler after turning down scholarship offers from Michigan State and Michigan.
Finding Fun Amid Coronavirus MadnessSomewhere in Metro Detroit there's a "Fun Crawl" going on and I wasn't invited! Ok, so it's Coronavirus rules that kept me, Tim S. from joining the fun but that didn't stop my lovely daughter from getting pretty creative.
Consumers Urged To Join Tuesday's 'Great American Takeout' To Support RestaurantsThe restaurant industry, which has been particular hard-hit by the COVID-19 pandemic, is asking consumers to participate in "The Great American Takeout" on Tuesday, March 24.
'Plan For Resumption Of Pre-Coronavirus Normality': Dr. Drew Pate On Maintaining Mental Health During CoronavirusThe psychiatrist discusses how to mentally and physically establish a new normal at home during the coronvirus pandemic.
CEO Of US Olympic Team Being Patient"My role is not to make demands of those making decisions, but to bring forward solutions," Sarah Hirshland told The Associated Press on Sunday.
Fostering Pets in Animal Shelters Growing Because of the COVID-19 PandemicWith Americans across the country stuck at home, local shelters are reporting an increase in the demand for shelter pets.
Musician Serenades Senior Residents Locked Down By Coronavirus OutbreakAt a time when most shops are closed and performances have been canceled, a musician in Tennessee has found a way for the show to go on.