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.
Have you been seeing more breakouts since you started wearing your mask? You’re not alone. Find out what causes maskne and how you can help prevent it.
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.
As cases rise again, a Cleveland Clinic expert gives advice on when to keep your mask handy heading outside.
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Wondering if those designer or celebrity face masks actually protect you from coronavirus? An expert discusses.
We know kids 2 and older should wear masks, especially when social distancing can’t be practiced. But how do we protect infants? Learn what you can do from a pediatric infectious diseases physician.
By wearing a homemade cloth face mask, you can help protect others in your family and community. A doctor sets the record straight on some common misconceptions about face masks.
While cloth face masks may not be as heavy duty as medical-grade masks, they still play a role in preventing the spread of the coronavirus.
Wearing glasses with a mask doesn’t have to be a hassle. Find out how you can keep your lenses fog-free while wearing a mask.
Wearing cloth face masks are not only an effort to protect yourself, they also help protect others. Here’s why to do, and how to do it properly.