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Dr. Ameya Kulkarni told ABC7 News being in the COVID crisis for this length of time means things aren’t as scary and unknown as they once were.
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The pandemic is hitting women harder than men in many ways. More are losing jobs, reporting feelings of depression and having increased caregiving duties.
Doctors learning about COVID-19’s effects on the body are seeing signs of lasting damage in the heart that does not appear to be impacting overall wellness.
Some parents are hesitant to go into a medical office during the pandemic, but just like drive-thru COVID-19 testing around the DMV, Kaiser is offering flu shots right from your car.
Dr. Dana Sloane hopes the headlines about Chadwick Boseman won't fade, but will encourage people to screen themselves for colon cancer at home.
Kids might be upset about starting a new school year without leaving the house or seeing their friends, but a counselor offering advice for helping them cope advises not making a big deal out of it.
Erin VanLuven, a clinical social worker, has advice for parents of kids dealing with loss of freedom because of COVID cancellations, and it starts with validation.
Actor Chadwick Boseman’s death from colorectal cancer at 43 was a shock to many, but it’s indicative of a trend doctors haven’t been able to explain yet.
A virtual detoxification could be needed to rebound from a summer break that might have included excessive entertainment screen time.
Patton-Smith is an adolescent and child psychiatrist with some advice that might surprise parents: Once the virtual school bell rings, don’t rush to unplug the computer.
The pandemic has many of us concerned about relatives or neighbors who are a little older, but behind closed doors they may be moving and grooving the afternoon away.
VanLuven says universities should provide accessible mental health resources and encourages parents to check in with their kids.
Virtual classes for college students could have possible long-term effects delaying certain life skills could have on 18 to 25-year-olds.