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A guide on how doctors decide who gets a COVID-19 test, why celebrities get them without symptoms and more.
Talking about COVID-19 with friends and family a lot? This advice will help if that's hurting your mental health.
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.
You can get COVID-19 anywhere, but research suggests some modes are more contagious than others.
People with COVID-19 share what they've learned from dealing with the virus over the last few weeks.
Our editors share what's keeping them calm, productive and entertained during coronavirus social distancing.
Stress and different access to food during social distancing can trigger harmful thoughts. Here's how to handle it.
Social distancing during COVID-19 means you Facetime instead of heading over to your friend's house to hang. We don't want to spread this.
Experts explain what healthcare visits are necessary and what you should postpone because of coronavirus.
Research suggests these lesser-known ways to reduce the indoor spread of the virus that causes COVID-19.
How you can support those working in the airline industry, and what to do if you have to fly right now.
Stuck at home with a partner, kid or roommate who has COVID-19 symptoms? Here's how to take care of them (and yourself).
Social distancing means no in-person sessions, so here's how to use online therapy for your mental health.
Some public health experts say it's risky to have the individuals most vulnerable to COVID-19 gathering together.
No, your pet is not likely to catch the virus, but there are precautions you should be taking, vets say.