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Depending on where they’re worn and what type of mask you’re wearing there is some room to reuse medical grade masks.
The CDC has expanded the list of health conditions that qualify individuals as high risk, which may mean you can now get a booster shot...
The arrival of a pediatric vaccine for kids aged 5-11 is welcome news. However, it’s not uncommon for parents to have questions. Read on for answers to some common questions about the COVID vaccine for children.
The short answer is yes, you can get both shots at once without compromising the protection you get from either one. However, there are a few considerations...
Does the new school year have your child moody, unfocused, or down? They could be experiencing sleep deprivation that is damaging their mental and physical health.
As COVID-19 restrictions lift, you may encounter a new situation that’s tricky to navigate: How do you politely ask a friend, relative, or coworker if they are vaccinated?
As mask wearing and social distancing requirements ease, it’s important to know how the Delta variant could cause new surges of coronavirus, posing a risk to public health.
If you or your child is still unvaccinated, there are some precautions to keep in mind until COVID-19 is no longer circulating widely in the U.S.
To ensure that you limit your exposure to COVID-19, and keep others safe while you travel this summer, follow these tips for fully vaccinated travelers.
Stigma or not, as business leaders, we have all witnessed the effects of mental illness in the workplace – and it’s only getting worse amid COVID-19.
Have you ever wondered why we need a yearly flu shot or another a tetanus shot? In general, booster shots are a common way to jolt your immune system's memory and keep you from getting sick.
We’re not out of the woods yet, however, as more people are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 there are some measures you can lighten up on once you’ve gotten your shots.
We've all found ways to get through the past year, but what’s next? At the one-year anniversary of COVID-19 becoming a national health emergency in the U.S., consider the following strategies to fortify your strength and wellness.
Hope is on the horizon with the COVID vaccine, but it will be months before it's widely available to everyone. Until then, keep these tips in mind for safe meetups with those you love.
While 2020 may finally be over, the coronavirus pandemic is far from it. Practicing mindfulness can give you a new outlook under current circumstance.
The COVID-19 vaccine could signal an end to the pandemic, but the vaccine (and the disease it aims to prevent) are still new. Below are answers to commonly asked questions.
A significant challenge in the coronavirus pandemic has been identifying the virus based on its symptoms. Many of the symptoms of COVID-19...
Planning on telling your family that you won’t be celebrating with them in person this year? Follow our guidelines to help you get through this tough conversation.
After several months of quarantine and social distancing, it may feel like an eternity since you’ve seen many of your loved ones....
Folks who may not have experienced symptoms of anxiety before might now find themselves struggling more with decision-making when it comes to the holidays and COVID-19.