When it comes to preventing the spread of COVID-19, how cautious should you be about surfaces in your home, packages on your doorstep and visitors? An infectious disease specialist explains.
A physician offers guidance for keeping your sick family member as comfortable as possible while limiting the chance that the coronavirus will spread easily in your household.
Sometimes your child’s struggles are just “bumps in the road” – and other times they’re more serious. A Cleveland Clinic expert offers tips on how to tell if your child needs a therapist.
How to stay on track with your pandemic practices when it feels like no one else is taking it as seriously as you are.
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Visiting older family members during the pandemic is possible with thought, planning and preparation.
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Wondering if it’s safe to gather in small groups if you’re fully vaccinated against COVID-19? An expert discusses what you need to know.
If you’ve already been vaccinated, it might be tempting to ditch your face mask and return to normal life. But infectious disease experts say the vaccine isn’t an automatic off switch to the pandemic. Here’s why we still need to stay vigilant about safety precautions, including wearing a face mask.