The coronavirus pandemic is still changing up routines and Halloween masks are another way we should adapt.
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The CDC now recommends wearing a face mask with two to three layers that fits snugly over your face, or double masking if your mask only has one layer.
Is wearing a mask at home overkill? Learn when it’s actually a good idea to wear one around the house from an infectious disease specialist.
When it comes to having a conversation with someone who doesn’t want to wear a mask, some of us might be at a loss for words. But a healthcare provider’s knowledge and experience can speak volumes. Find out how one doctor overcomes objections to wearing a mask.
As we face the worst surge of coronavirus cases yet, a Cleveland Clinic expert tells us why it’s crucial we take this pandemic seriously.
While face masks have made our conversations a little harder to understand, imagine what it’s been like for those with hearing loss. Learn how to improve communication while wearing a mask from an audiology director.
Can wearing masks hurt our health like those social media posts and memes say? Get the short answer from a pulmonologist.