Don’t ignore your vehicle! 5 ways to prevent auto troubles as your car sits idle
Here are five tips to avoid problems that can come up with sitting vehicles:Make sure to run your car every once in a while. But just in case a car isn’t being used or a two-car household has turned into a one-car household where the other vehicle is just sitting idle, running the car is still vital. Gas does degrade over time, and in some cases, it will go bad in less than two months if a car remains idle. In addition to running the car, treating it with fuel stabilizer can extend the life of your car’s gas. If the gas already is bad, there are ways to remove the bad gas from the tank, according to itstillruns.com.
How exactly does coronavirus spread?
This newest coronavirus, COVID-19, has been making headlines nonstop ever since it arrived in the United States. The virus has infected 110,000 people worldwide and killed around 3,900 — even though in the U.S., those numbers are much smaller, according to The Associated Press. There’s a lot to know about how to protect yourself from the coronavirus, but one of the most important things to know is how it spreads. The first infections were linked to a live animal market, but it’s now spreading from person to person, health officials said. The CDC recommends keeping infected and possibly infected people quarantined so that the virus can’t spread anymore.
Debating the science of legal medical marijuana
Attitudes towards the healing potential of pot are changing. First on "CBS This Morning," a new survey from Prevention magazine found that 75 percent of Americans think medical marijuana should be legal. Thirty-five percent would be "extremely" or very likely to use medical pot if advised by a doctor. CBS News medical contributor Dr. Holly Phillips joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the debate.cbsnews.com