COVID-19 vaccine cards are not laminated, do not easily fit in your wallet, and quickly become torn and unreadable. If you’re like me, you may even misplace it. Here's some guidance on what to do if you've lost your card.
In the age of COVID-19, knowing the difference between facts and myths can save lives. Here's how to know whether you can trust the information you're seeing online.
Dr. Nguyen talks "breakthrough infections," or symptomatic COVID-19 cases in people who have been fully vaccinated.
At this moment in time, no conversation is more critical to our nation’s health than encouraging our peers and loved ones to get vaccinated against COVID-19. But how do we initiate dialogue that might trigger intense feelings?
If you have a baby or are expecting a baby, you may have questions and fears about how COVID-19 could affect your littlest family member. Here's what you need to know.
Physical distancing has not weakened your immune system, at least not in the way you might think. But if you've noticed a lot of people catching colds and other illnesses as they venture into the world, loneliness and stress may be to blame.
Children have undergone mental health challenges during the pandemic. Find out what they are, signs to look out for and what parents can do to help.
With a new school year approaching for many of us, a lot of parents are worried about how their kids will do academically, socially, and emotionally. Maggie Brown shares how she's managed caring for both her kids and herself during this challenging time.