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Amid the coronavirus pandemic, some wonder whether their coughs and shortness of breath are from allergies or COVID-19.
Gracelyn McDermott describes how the health care industry is adapting to COVID-19 and offers advice for small business owners navigating health care compliance.
While our ability to fight the COVID-19 virus is currently limited by the absence of a vaccine or effective antiviral medication, it is a good time to remember the power of food as medicine.
Here’s some guidance on when to bring your child in for an appointment and when a telehealth visit would probably do the trick.
Steps you can take to promote harmony at home – in this bubble many of us are now in 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Zoom online learning. FaceTime with grandparents. Video games, TV, social media, texts. Are our children on screen time overload?
Those working from home may find themselves hunched over the kitchen table, using a small laptop keyboard and straining to see tiny computer screens. Here are ways to make your workspace work for you.
Thousands of people will be hospitalized with Covid-19. While some patients need medical care that can only be provided in a hospital setting, many others can recuperate at home.
By delivering effective care to our patients while they stay home, we are helping to stop the spread of this disease.
Being resilient means that you find ways to navigate what you can control and figure out how to make the most of a tough situation.
The COVID-19 pandemic continues to cause a great deal of loss and grief, not least among children.
How to acclimate our children to the idea of wearing a face covering, teach them how to do so properly and understand in which circumstances children shouldn't wear masks.
Physicians have started noticing an increase in patients complaining of reddish or purplish toes. Dermatologists have dubbed this new phenomenon "COVID toes."