How We Live: Wellness

China has put Wuhan, a city of 11 million people, on virtual lockdown.
The virus that originated in Wuhan is dimming Lunar New Years celebrations across China.
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On the eve of the Lunar New Year, transportation was shut down in at least 10 cities with a total of about 33 million people as China fights the coronavirus.
If the patient, who has not been publicly identified, tests positive for coronavirus it would mark the second known U.S. case of the illness.
The number of deaths from the virus has risen to 25 and at least one man from a province bordering Beijing has died after visiting Wuhan.
You may be tempted to talk negatively about your own body to make your friend feel better, but experts say that's a bad idea.
The decision follows three Chinese cities being placed on lockdown in order to prevent the virus from spreading.
Health authorities fear the transmission rate will accelerate as hundreds of millions of Chinese travel for the Lunar New Year holidays.
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An expert breaks down the symptoms and transmission of the illness that has been circulating around Wuhan, China.
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Some airports, including three in the U.S., have begun screening airline passengers from central China, where the coronavirus appears to have originated.
The new virus that has sickened dozens and killed two, prompting worries about a new international outbreak.
The administration is joined by the Little Sisters of the Poor, a Roman Catholic order of nuns that is one of the groups seeking an exemption for its employees.