Does your mouth taste like old pennies? Dysgeusia, a change in your sense of taste, can be a side effect of a variety of medical issues. Here’s why you might be experiencing a metallic taste and what to do about it.
The stress of the pandemic has been tough on those with eating disorders. Here’s how to ease back into healthy habits.
Ivermectin for animals is intended to prevent heartworm disease and other parasites. In humans, it can cause illness and even death. Find out why you should not take livestock ivermectin for COVID-19 from a critical care physician.
Whether you’re booking your COVID-19 vaccination or anxiously awaiting the big day, here are some helpful things to keep in mind.
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The ongoing pandemic continues to be full of ups and downs. Here’s how to stay centered, protect your mental health and ride it out.
Despite what you’ve heard, it is possible to get infected with COVID-19 more than once. Find out why from a pediatric infectious disease specialist.
The FDA recently updated its emergency use authorization for Pfizer’s and Moderna’s COVID vaccines for immunocompromised people. Does this mean that those individuals can schedule booster shots? Find out from a hematologist.
Our expert details what side effects to expect from the COVID-19 vaccines and why they happen.
Our vaccine expert helps set the record straight about some common questions, concerns and myths that have emerged about the COVID-19 vaccines.
New strains of the coronavirus appear to be more contagious, but there’s lots left to learn. Here’s what we know so far.