U.S. dental offices are quickly bouncing back, but it won’t be business as usual. Expect social distancing, layers of protective gear and a new approach to some procedures to guard against coronavirus.
COVID-19 is increasing the number of hours kids spend in front of a screen, from digital learning to entertainment. Dr. Marianna Linz, a psychologist who specializes in child development, says finding a balance between screen time and other activities is important.
While it sometimes seems like life has come to a standstill during the coronavirus pandemic, emergencies still happen, and the American Red Cross is finding new ways to continue to help while also practicing social distancing.
Two Hollins University professors are collaborating with scientists from four other universities to determine if the COVID-19 pandemic is affecting the time people spend outdoors, and if that change could result in increased exposure to ticks or tick-borne diseases.
We’re all worried about our parents and grand parents during this outbreak. We don’t want them leaving the house. Which is why we look at ways you can help them out during the pandemic so they and their money stay safe.
Many health experts across the country recommend wearing personal protective equipment (PPE) while at the grocery store to help slow the spread. But wearing gloves at the store causes cross-contamination, unwillingly exposing your germs.
I spoke with celebrity life coach Mona Green and Shannon Jackson, the Programming and Marketing Coordinator of Clarksburg-Harrison Public Library, about how to help keep the brain engaged and help reduce stress during this time of social distancing.
As people adjust to the limits the threat of coronavirus is placing on businesses, schools, and the community, the Center of Disease Control (CDC) advises that exercise can beneficial in relieving stress and anxiety related to the illness — especially for individuals who are self-quarantining.
By BRYAN GALLION and NICOLE WEINSTEIN, Capital News Service
Major health insurance companies will waive copayments for novel coronavirus testing, Vice President Mike Pence said at a briefing with firm executives and President Donald Trump at the White House on Tuesday.
Investigators from 39 states will look into the marketing and sales of vaping products by Juul Labs, including whether the company targeted youths and made misleading claims about nicotine content in its devices.