As we’ve seen on the news and social media, college life and COVID-19 are a bad combination. Is it possible for students to stay safe? Find out what a pediatric infectious disease specialist has to say.
Ready to get out of town? Learn how to protect yourself from COVID-19 while you’re on the road with some helpful tips from a pulmonary and critical care physician.
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A face shields is an essential piece of personal protective equipment these days. Learn the best way to wear and clean one whether you’re at home or work.
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While summer is almost over, the disappointment that stems from canceled activities or not being able to see friends isn’t going away. Learn how to help your child stay safe and cope with the rest of the summer of COVID-19.
Face shields have been popping up more and more these days as people are trying to find alternatives to masks. But do they offer effective protection against the coronavirus? Get the bigger picture from a pediatric infectious disease specialist.
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If you’re driving by yourself in your car, a mask isn’t necessary. But there are a few scenarios in which wearing a mask in the car makes sense to help protect others during the coronavirus pandemic. Learn what they are.