As we enter the third year of the pandemic, it’s important to keep making your mental health a priority. A psychologist discusses the pandemic and tips for coping.
Experts explain how people with pre-existing conditions of obesity and diabetes may face higher risks of complications, severe illness or mortality from COVID-19.
Is your collection of cloth masks enough to protect you from the more infectious omicron variant? Learn why you should upgrade your face mask.
What is ”flurona“ and is it another thing to worry about during the pandemic? A microbiologist talks co-infection.
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Taking an at-home COVID-19 test can be anxiety-inducing. However, for the best and most accurate results, be sure to follow the instructions carefully and exactly as written — and don’t be afraid to ask for help!
A physician offers guidance for keeping your sick family member as comfortable as possible, while limiting the chance of spreading the coronavirus in your household.
If you have COVID-19 and are recovering at home, it’s important to take care of both your physical and mental health while in isolation.
An expert explains why it’s safe — and important — for people who are pregnant to get the COVID-19 vaccine and booster shot.
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Even though they’re vaccinated, a group known as the “vaccinated vulnerable” are still at risk of getting COVID-19. Learn about the underlying conditions that make some people more vulnerable, and why getting the COVID-19 vaccine is still the best defense.