Wondering when it’s safe to return to sports or exercise after recovering from COVID-19? An expert discusses what to keep in mind and how to safely make a comeback.
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.
An infectious disease specialist explains why the first COVID-19 vaccines weren’t approved for children.
If you’re dealing with back pain during the pandemic, there’s no reason to continue to suffer. A spine health expert explains why it’s still safe to come in and be treated during COVID-19.
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Are the two COVID-19 vaccines interchangeable? An expert explains.
Is the pandemic really killing relationships? Find out how couples are really doing and get some tips for keeping your relationship strong.
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.
A physician discusses what percentage of the population will need to be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order for the pandemic to be over.
With the increased risk of COVID-19 complications in pregnant women, many are wondering about the risks and benefits of receiving the coronavirus vaccine. An ob/gyn weighs in on the topic.
New strains of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19 appear to be more contagious, but there’s lots left to learn. Here’s what we know so far.