Recently there is mounting evidence that we should pay attention to the risk of spreading coronavirus from aerosolized particles.
‘For better or worse, the COVID-19 pandemic has forced me to pay much closer attention to my body again.’
Here are the factors to consider, and the precautions to take if you decide to dine out.
This advice from clinical psychologist Laurie Ferguson, PhD, can help you practice being in the present in order to cultivate emotional and psychological well-being.
Here are the factors to consider, and precautions you can take if you decide to make an appointment.
Although we’ve mostly maintained strict social distancing and sanitizing practices, we haven’t had to deal with having the virus spreading in epic proportions around us.
Case reports of individual patients suggest COVID-19 is associated with new-onset diabetes, but more research is needed.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently updated its information on high-risk groups to provide more specifics, based on the latest available information.
I could do safe again. I did it religiously for the first two months of quarantine. Time to get serious again.
This advice from clinical psychologist Laurie Ferguson, PhD, can help calm your anxious brain.