Parents may have to explain pandemic restrictions to disappointed kids. Families can still find creative ways to celebrate together
Hello again, dear readers, and welcome back to our monthly letters column. You’ve kept our inbox lively this month, so we’ll dive right into your questions and comments.
-- A reader in Oregon, where ongoing wildfires have created dangerous air quality, wondered about masks. “Will our masks that we wear for [...]
Dear Doctors: I’m a 38-year-old man, very athletic, and I got really sick with the coronavirus. I didn’t land in the hospital, but it’s been a month and I’m still not 100%. I want to get back to running and lifting weights. Is it safe to exercise after COVID-19?
Dear Reader: [...]
Remdesivir and dexamethasone are among therapies used for inpatient care
These doctors help you understand coronavirus lingo
Nutritional deficiencies cause health issues for millions
Dr. Yalda Afshar, MD, PhD, shares insight from the new study
Protecting yourself during protests
Nonpartisanship and COVID-19 has many people feeling stressed out
Dear Doctors: Can you explain herd immunity? We have it with diseases like smallpox and polio, but when it comes to the coronavirus, everyone keeps saying it’s a bad idea. Why wouldn’t it work for COVID-19?
Dear Reader: It’s true that we’re hearing a lot about herd immunity, which is also [...]