If you’re feeling like your social skills have gotten a little rusty during the COVID-19 pandemic, you’re not alone. As social distancing restrictions loosen and more people become fully vaccinated, social anxiety is increasingly common — and totally normal. Here’s how to deal.
Are vaccinated people still at risk for becoming infected or spreading COVID-19? Find out from an infectious disease specialist.
If you’re planning to tie the knot this season, our expert offers advice on how to plan your event and keep your guests safe during ever-changing guidelines about COVID-19.
As the country reopens, how can you deal with new-found trust issues? A Cleveland Clinic expert weighs in.
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You’ve thought about how to have “the talk” with your kids, but here’s one big conversation you might not have prepared for: how to talk to children about their upcoming COVID-19 vaccine shots.
With Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine approved for children as young as 12, a pediatrician walks you through the process.
After a year of social distancing, is it OK to shake hands with someone if you’ve been vaccinated for COVID-19? The answer from a pulmonologist could have you reaching out to others the next time you go out.
Is there a clear link between COVID-19 and tinnitus? Find out what the latest research shows from an audiologist.
The coronavirus pandemic isn’t going away anytime soon. Instead, we’ll need to learn to live with it for now. Learn how to weigh the risks when it comes to participating in activities and events during the pandemic.
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.
An infectious disease specialist walks us through how to safely enjoy your time outside, even during the coronavirus pandemic.