A physician offers guidance for keeping your sick family member as comfortable as possible, while limiting the chance of spreading the coronavirus in your household.
Despite what you’ve heard, it’s possible to get infected with COVID-19 more than once. Find out why from an infectious disease specialist.
Have you or a loved one been exposed to COVID-19 and you’re not sure what to do next? Learn the difference between — and how to do — isolation and quarantine as next steps.
The FDA and CDC are looking at data to see if COVID-19 booster shots should be recommended for children under 16.
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Data suggests that vaccinated patients will soon need a third shot to boost protection against COVID-19. An expert explains why and what the next steps will be.
Does being vaccinated for COVID-19 automatically mean that your life can back to normal? Get the answer from an infectious disease specialist.
Will a face mask make you sick? Not really, but a few common mistakes could lead to sore throats, maskne and more. Find out how from a family medicine doctor.
In the global fight against coronavirus, a powerful tool for protection against COVID-19 infection is the use of monoclonal antibodies. An infectious disease specialist explains.
Whether you’re booking your COVID-19 vaccination or anxiously awaiting the big day, here are some helpful things to keep in mind.
Ready to get out of town? Learn how to protect yourself from COVID-19 while you’re on the road with some helpful tips from a pulmonary and critical care physician.