The pools opens Saturday at 11 a..m
Georgia Governor Brian Kemp has signed an executive order allowing sleep away camps to reopen as early as the end of the month.
For many parents of young children, the highlight of their day is nap time – not for them, but for their little ones. Especially now, with most preschools closed, getting a child to nap is the golden ticket.
Many hair salons and restaurants have reopened, albeit with modification, but what about gyms?
A local retired military family says keeping a routine is key to making it through the COVID-19 pandemic. That's why everyday you can find Tina and her 2 daughters outside in their cul-de-sac, hosting a Zumba class.
A Doraville boxing gym is offering live workouts on social media, giving people a little taste of the “sweet science” from right in the comfort of their own home.
Prince William County Fire and Rescue came to the aid of a teen who got stuck in the washer during a game of hide-and-seek.
A local teacher is using social media and a little good natured competition to keep students, who are now learning at home, physically active.
The owners of Pigtails and Crewcuts in Smyrna are among the thousands to sign a petition directed toward Gov. Brian Kemp.
Hair stylists have been taking to the internet to offer their clients virtual haircuts.
The doctor said that heavier drinking "dampen" all of your body's systems, including the immune system, making it harder for your body to fight off viruses like COVID-19.
They’re too small to see, but knowing they exist could play a big role in avoiding COVID-19.
A recent study suggests that smoking could contribute to complications brought on by COVID-19.
Exercise, sleep and proper nutrition can help keep your immune systems strong.
Dermatologists are seeing some severe dermatitis, due to the skin's natural oils being leeched away.
The company said it will resume production of its live classes after April 30.
A lot of people are turning to running to keep up their fitness routines while maintaining social distance -- so we turned to the man known as "America's Coach" to get some tips on doing it safely.
Taslima Khan created a fun new workout routine incorporating toilet paper.
A game of basketball outside of a Douglas County church is how Arthur Williams and his friends are taking their minds off COVID-19.
Dr. Mehrdad E. Saadat of the Tulman Eye Group sees possible trouble ahead when it comes to the coronavirus.