With COVID-19 still going strong, you’re suspicious of every symptom, even when it’s something perfectly harmless. But a fever always means something. Find out what’s causing it and what you should do if you get one.
The thought of contracting COVID-19 is scary, but so is wondering whether you have it or not. You may have one or more symptoms, but is it just a cold or the flu? The only way to know for sure is to get tested with a nasal swab.
Few things are more terrifying than gasping for air. Whether you’re choking or ill, the struggle for oxygen and life is intense and frightening, especially during a pandemic. Find out what causes shortness of breath and what to do about it.
Some illnesses are genetic, some are the results of lifestyle choices, and others enter through bodily fluids. But you can catch coronaviruses and the flu simply by breathing. Here’s how to prevent these and other airborne illnesses.
Ever notice that food doesn’t taste or smell as good when you have a cold? The same thing happens during the early stages of COVID-19. Learn if, when, and where you should get tested if this happens to you.