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Do All Seniors Need Same Coronavirus Precautions?
view post Do All Seniors Need Same Coronavirus Precautions?

Just how careful should older people be? Here’s what geriatricians think is reasonable.

FDA Approved Drugs Show Promise Against COVID-19
view post FDA Approved Drugs Show Promise Against COVID-19

However, experts stressed that this research is still in its early stages, so people shouldn’t try any of the drugs

Health Workers Get Creative With Protective Gear
view post Health Workers Get Creative With Protective Gear

Across the country, volunteers are cobbling together improvised personal protective equipment and supplies for health care workers who are scrounging

view post How to Find the Best Personal Trainer for You

You hired a personal trainer. But will you get the results you want? Here’s what a good trainer should do.

view post Commentary: Tom Hanks’ Take on Coronavirus Just Might Help Us All

Tom Hanks’ coronavirus recovery may help lift peoples’ spirits; his message to take care of each other is important too.

FDA Warns to Watch for Fake COVID-19 Tests
view post FDA Warns to Watch for Fake COVID-19 Tests

The agency has issued warning letters to companies selling and promoting fake test kits. It has also stepped up enforcement

What Does a Self-Quarantine Look Like?
view post What Does a Self-Quarantine Look Like?

Isolation separates sick people from those who are not sick, while quarantine restricts the movement of people exposed to a

U.S. Nurses Facing Severe Stress Over Coronavirus
view post U.S. Nurses Facing Severe Stress Over Coronavirus

Researchers found that front-line health care workers in Wuhan, the epicenter of the pandemic, were much more likely to report

CDC Coronavirus Testing Decision To Haunt Nation
view post CDC Coronavirus Testing Decision To Haunt Nation

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention gave huge cities roughly the same number of test kits as some rural

view post Where Are the Tests? COVID-19 Sidelines Clinicians

A physician remains self-quarantined, unable to work, while she waits to be tested for the novel coronavirus.

view post COVID-19 Daily: DIY Masks, ‘Some of Us Will Die’

These are the coronavirus stories you need to know about today.

view post The Week That Wasn’t in COVID-19: Centenarian Survives, High-Risk Blood Types

Three medical stories that we didn’t cover, explained.

view post Should Docs Stop Providing Routine Care in the Era of COVID-19?

Kids should receive the usual vaccines on time, but adult vaccines can wait, experts say. Many follow-up visits can be

view post Docs Can Work Across State Lines in COVID-19 Crisis: White House

But HHS still hasn’t issued the required regulation, and it’s not clear whether it will apply to telehealth.

view post Kaiser’s COVID-19 Chief Shares Surge Strategies

The lead physician for Kaiser Permanente’s national coronavirus response shares experiences on sorting patients, preserving PPE supplies, protecting staff and

China Reaches Milestone in Coronavirus Fight
view post China Reaches Milestone in Coronavirus Fight

For the first time since the new coronavirus outbreak began in December, China — once the epicenter of what would

Blood Type May Affect COVID-19 Risk: Study
view post Blood Type May Affect COVID-19 Risk: Study

A person’s blood type may affect their risk for COVID-19, the disease caused by the new coronavirus, researchers report.

Coronavirus Daily Digest: March 20, 2020
view post Coronavirus Daily Digest: March 20, 2020

Coronavirus Daily Digest: March 20, 2020 — A roundup of the latest news about COVID-19

COVID-19 & Kindness: ‘Caremongering’ Is Trending
view post COVID-19 & Kindness: ‘Caremongering’ Is Trending

Across the country, neighbors are banding together to help those in need. Strangers are helping strangers. Coronavirus is bringing humanity

Colleges to Empty Dorms for Coronavirus Patients
view post Colleges to Empty Dorms for Coronavirus Patients

On Wednesday, Tufts University in Massachusetts said it’s making hundreds of vacant dorm rooms available in coming weeks to help