When you’re deciding whether it’s safe to visit with elderly relatives who have been vaccinated against COVID-19, experts recommend considering your family’s unique circumstances and taking precautions to keep everyone safe.
An infectious disease specialist explains why and how COVID-19 is still dangerous, especially to our most vulnerable populations.
As kids head back to school, staying healthy is key. A pediatrician shares tips for everything from proper hygiene and playground rules to vaccinations and school bus safety.
These days, many places no longer require masks. And if you’re one of the many people who’s still most comfortable covered up, you might be nervous about the judgments of others. A psychologist offers tips for easing your anxiety, responding to nosy inquiries and seeking help if you need it.
As the country reopens, how can you deal with new-found trust issues? A Cleveland Clinic expert weighs in.
Are the two COVID-19 vaccines interchangeable? An expert explains.
“The Great Resignation” has revealed what a lot of people no longer want in a career. Should you walk away from your job? Learn how you might make things better with some helpful tips from a psychologist.
Not sure if you should stop taking your medicines or treatments before getting vaccinated for COVID-19? Find out what you should do from a family medicine doctor.
An infectious disease specialist explains why you need the latest COVID-19 vaccine and who should get it ASAP.
Our vaccine expert helps set the record straight about some common questions, concerns and myths that have emerged about the COVID-19 vaccines.