Most children who contract the coronavirus have mild or no symptoms. But a small amount develop life-threatening complications. A new report details which children are most at risk.
Here’s how Americans are adjusting to life during the coronavirus pandemic.
Are you wearing your mask multiple times and not washing it? You could be causing more harm than good. Learn how to clean up your act with helpful tips from a family medicine physician.
An expert explains how patients with obesity face a higher risk of severe illness or mortality from COVID-19.
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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.
If your child is distance learning during the COVID-19 pandemic, here are some simple steps you can take to keep them comfortable as they do their schoolwork.
Visiting older family members during the pandemic is possible with thought, planning and preparation.
Children with special educational needs can truly thrive in environments that provide what they need to learn and grow. Find out how pediatrician can help develop the right learning solutions for children with special needs.
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.
Though both COVID-19 and the flu can both make you feel lousy, they’re different illnesses caused by different viruses. Here’s a look at some of their key similarities and differences.