Concerned about how COVID-19 can affect you if you touch a contaminated doorknob or package? We asked an infectious disease specialist how long the virus can survive on common surfaces and what we need to know to stay healthy.
What will this year’s flu season be like? And when does it start? An infectious disease specialist shares what we know so far.
If you think you have the flu, what can you do to recover quickly? Here are some proven ways to alleviate symptoms and get back to feeling better.
COVID-19 and RSV aren’t actually related, and one can’t cause the other. We asked an infectious disease specialist to explain how they’re different, and why those differences matter.
Common winter illnesses are typically highly contagious. A family physician breaks down 10 common winter illnesses and what to do and expect when you catch them.
You might not be worried about the flu, but it’s a serious illness that merits proactive measures. Here’s why you should get the flu vaccine and when to get it.
Wondering whether its RSV, the flu or COVID-19? Learn how to tell the difference — or if it could be more than one infection at a time.
The RSV vaccine for kids isn’t a traditional vaccine. It’s an immunization that provides babies under 8 months old with antibodies to fight RSV. What’s the difference? And what do parents need to know? Find out.
Learn how to help your child stay safe from COVID-19, the cold and flu, and other germs.