Doctors have a better understanding of how to treat people with the coronavirus, resulting in fewer people being hospitalized and a higher survival rate for those who are. Learn about the new approaches to the disease.
The pandemic has increased anxiety in children and teenagers. It’s important for parents to keep an eye out for behavioral changes that signal anxiety. There’s a lot you can do to help prevent and ease anxiety.
State health departments offer a range of information to get you through the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn where to register for vaccines, where to get tested, and the latest travel restrictions and financial programs.
Mental illnesses are on the rise during the pandemic. They are triggering issues in people who didn’t have any before, and making mental health worse in those who were already struggling. Being aware of its impact and taking steps to protect your mental health can help improve your wellbeing.
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