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Learn what you must do to protect yourself from COVID-19. Also, most common symptoms, best ways to treat, and more.

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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.

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COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, can cause a range of symptoms, from no symptoms at all, to mild, to life-threatening. Understand the progression of COVID symptoms.

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Everything you need to know in case you are told to stay at home, including how to prepare, what is a lockdown, when to self-isolate, and more.

Coronaviruses are a large group of viruses that have been infecting humans for a very long time. And they are very common.Learn why COVID-19 is so dangerous—and what makes it different from other coronaviruses.

Here is how to take care of yourself while caring for others with coronavirus.

If someone you live with has COVID-19, you probably have a lot of questions. We’re here to answer them.

Bar or liquid? Soap or hand sanitizer? We've got you covered. Here are the best ways to wash your hands and protect against coronavirus.

Next steps for when your medical procedure has been canceled.

Understanding exponential spread is an important first step.

It's hard enough worrying that every cough or sniffle is a sign of COVID-19. For those with allergies, it can be even harder. We’ll help you figure it out.

First, don’t panic. Then figure out your best next steps.

A guide on what is telehealth, how it works, what it costs and why is an important tool in the fight against coronavirus.

Learn to let go of the overwhelming fear we are all experiencing during the Coronavirus pandemic.

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How to stop doing it. Read into the psychology of why we touch our face so much and 7 steps that will help you stop.

Losing your sense of taste and smell can have a huge impact on your well-being. They often return on their own, but there are also things you can do to help them come back.

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Can I get COVID-19 from getting food delivered? Or if I pay with cash? Learn about the risks of handling cash and getting food delivered during the coronavirus pandemic

Find out what it is, the most common symptoms, best ways to treat, and more

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The safest advice is to stay home. Limit gatherings to people you live with. And Zoom everyone else. But if you decide to travel to be with loved ones, it’s important to celebrate and travel with care.

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.

Before you travel, check your state's latest COVID-19 travel restrictions. Find out whether you need to quarantine and if you must get tested.

Experts answer questions about COVID-19 vaccines, including who can get vaccinated, side effects and safety issues, and what to expect after getting the shots.

Fatigue, pain, cough, headache, anxiety, brain fog, difficult breathing, and other symptoms can linger for weeks or months after COVID-19. Doctors are starting to understand how to treat the symptoms.

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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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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.

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Find out what it is, the most common symptoms, best ways to treat, and more

Experts answer questions about COVID-19 vaccines, including who can get vaccinated, side effects and safety issues, and what to expect after getting the shots.

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.

It's hard enough worrying that every cough or sniffle is a sign of COVID-19. For those with allergies, it can be even harder. We’ll help you figure it out.

Before you travel, check your state's latest COVID-19 travel restrictions. Find out whether you need to quarantine and if you must get tested.

First, don’t panic. Then figure out your best next steps.

COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, can cause a range of symptoms, from no symptoms at all, to mild, to life-threatening. Understand the progression of COVID symptoms.