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Venezuela's Apparent Respite from COVID-19 May Not Last Long
Having Sex? Take a Shower, Wear a Mask & Don't Kiss
Will Temperature Checks of Employees Make Workplaces Safe?

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Having Sex? Take a Shower, Wear a Mask & Don't Kiss

Venezuela's Apparent Respite from COVID-19 May Not Last Long

With a new normal coming to be, how does the culture handle sexual contact?

How COVID-19 is Impacting Mental Health in the LGBTQ Community

How COVID-19 is Impacting Mental Health in the LGBTQ Community

Jun 4
We cannot allow ourselves to be overwhelmed by fear, anxiety, and depression. Now is the time for some self-care. Here are some ways you can improve your mood and beat back isolation.

 FDA Tries To Rein In 'Wild West' of COVID Blood Tests

FDA Tries To Rein In 'Wild West' of COVID Blood Tests

By JoNel Aleccia, Anna Maria Barry-Jester | Jun 4
Questions about the accuracy of some of the serology tests have prompted the FDA to try to rein in what several infectious disease experts described as "the wild, wild West" of antibody testing.

ICUs Become A 'Delirium Factory' For COVID Patients

ICUs Become A 'Delirium Factory' For COVID Patients

By Liz Szabo | Jun 4
Doctors are fighting not only to save lives from COVID-19, but also to protect patients' brains.

Having Sex? Take a Shower, Wear a Mask & Don't Kiss

Having Sex? Take a Shower, Wear a Mask & Don't Kiss

Jun 3
With a new normal coming to be, how does the culture handle sexual contact?

4 Tips for Beginning Runners

4 Tips for Beginning Runners

Jun 3
Have you decided a 5K or marathon is in your future? Or are you just trying to burn through some of the stress of a pandemic world? In either case, if you're new to running it's important to begin your new exercise routine with care.

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Heading Back to the Gym? Doctors Explain How to Stay Safe

Heading Back to the Gym? Doctors Explain How to Stay Safe

There are many legitimate concerns about how gyms and fitness studios can safely reopen without furthering the spread. But infectious disease experts say risk can be greatly mitigated.