The American Academy of Pediatrics says it's OK to enroll unvaccinated children in swim lessons as long as some extra precautions are taken.
Measures such as wearing a mask are important for immunocompromised travelers who may not have had a normal response to a COVID-19 vaccine.
With COVID-19 restrictions lifted, some are hesitant to do things they had looked forward to doing post-vaccine. It's called COVID transition anxiety.
Regardless of whether you have been vaccinated for COVID-19, you should come in for your scheduled mammogram.
Here are a few great ways to make dealing with cabin fever a little easier.
About a year since we first heard the word coronavirus, there are still many questions. Here are important facts about COVID-19 for dog owners to know.
It's unsanitary and gross to see, but nose picking can also be dangerous. Here are several reasons why.
Amid an unrelenting pandemic, Americans marked the Thanksgiving holiday weekend with feasts made somber by the loss of loved ones. Here's a photo gallery showing changing Thanksgiving rituals for families around the country.
As virus cases skyrocket in several parts of the country, here's a refresher on the basics for preventing the spread COVID-19.
Should you travel for the holidays in 2020? What precautions will make it safer? Here's some advice from medical experts as well as tips for hosting a Zoom Thanksgiving.
Even if your employer hasn't offered it, making the case to permanently work remotely might be easier now than ever.
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PPE waste is a big environmental concern now given we are discarding hundreds of billions of disposable masks and gloves every month globally. Here's what you can do to help.
The following items, all under $15, can help make distance learning more appealing to even the youngest learners.
The need for emergency food has exploded since March of 2020. According to an Oxfam report, this hunger crisis could soon kill more people worldwide each day than the infection itself.
Here's why some people don't wash their hands, why others are unable to and how to increase motivation to hand-wash more often.
With the pandemic changing the way many people work, commute and shop, some people are considering a car-free future. Here's how to decide if it's the right choice for you.
Exercising at home? Here are five ways you might be screwing up your workouts — and how to avoid common pitfalls.
There's been a lot of advice on how to properly wear face coverings during the coronavirus pandemic. Here's a refresher.
Browse our guides to staying safe and well as U.S. deaths from COVID-19 approach 200,000. Plus: Take a quiz to see if you can separate coronavirus truth from fiction.
Even with tables spaced 6 feet apart, you need to take precautions to limit your exposure to the coronavirus. One of those is wearing your face mask. But how do you do that and still eat?
Before 2020, you might not have worried much about a tickle in your throat or a little tightness in your chest. But that’s changed.