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If you're an extrovert struggling with self-isolation during the coronavirus pandemic, introverts have advice for you.
Drinking more than usual at home? Here's a quick guide on setting boundaries.
Researchers are scrambling to gauge the risk of COVID-19 transmission from people who appear to be healthy.
Small ways to support your community — while also boosting your mental health — during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Even if you're not leaving your house, experts say you should abide by these cleaning guidelines to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
A guide on how doctors decide who gets a COVID-19 test, why celebrities get them without symptoms and more.
Here's what to expect when you get tested for COVID-19, from what it's like to how long results take.
Our editors share what's keeping them calm, productive and entertained during coronavirus social distancing.
Working in health care comes at a huge cost right now. This is what they're doing to protect us from COVID-19.
New data suggests problems like nausea and diarrhea may be some of the first COVID-19 symptoms.
Symptoms like shortness of breath, chest tightness and headaches can occur with stress and COVID-19. Here's how to differentiate them.
Some health care companies are selling COVID-19 home tests. But should you really use them?
Talking about COVID-19 with friends and family a lot? This advice will help if that's hurting your mental health.
Many people are mulling over their last cold or flu and wondering if the symptoms were actually COVID-19.
If you're dealing with coronavirus stress, try one of these affordable methods for help or therapy.
Steer clear of crowded areas where it's difficult to practice social distancing.
“The person called my Filipino mother a ‘Chinese coronavirus bitch' and said that both of my parents are ‘bearers of the virus.’”
From solo trips outdoors to group wine online, these activities will help boost positivity.
Pandemic vs. outbreak? Social distancing vs. stay in place? Here's a glossary of common COVID-19 phrases and what they mean.
The coronavirus news isn’t the only thing that makes anxiety-induced cleaning such a soothing ritual.