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It's happened: Your child has symptoms of COVID-19 or is under investigation for having coronavirus. What should you do? First of all, don't panic. The vast majority of children who develop COVID-19 will experience only mild symptoms.
As many as 20 percent of COVID-19 patients being treated in the ICU may have diabetes, according to recent studies, making management of their glucose levels a vital concern.
While it may not be as easy as fixing a flaw in a picture, new advancements are making it easier for the dermatologist to address that rash, mark, or rough patch of skin.
Listen to your body’s cues. While muscle soreness is a healthy and expected result of exercise, pain can indicate an injury that needs medical attention.
One practice that is contributing to keeping health care safe in many hospital systems is separating patients with COVID-19 or suspected COVID-19 from patients who do not. Learn more about fever clinics and how they can help you.
The coronavirus pandemic is scary for all people, but for those with asthma, many fear they will have a worse outcome or be more likely to get COVID-19. Learn more about what people with asthma should -- and should not -- do.
Chronic pain affects almost 100 million Americans and is an important condition to identify and treat.
Managing your chronic condition with the help of your primary care physician can improve your quality of life. At the same time, you can reduce your health care costs by preventing or minimizing the effects of a chronic disease.