Sharon Wright, MD, Infection Control Lead at Beth Israel Lahey Health, explains why it’s important to get a COVID-19 vaccine.
Telehealth appointments—using video conferencing or a phone call to consult with your healthcare providers—have become a routine part of care during the COVID-19 crisis.
Everyone has experienced loneliness at some point in their lives, but it has been magnified now that we are physically separated from friends and family because of COVID-19.
During COVID-19, improving your mental health is challenging. Forest bathing, or shinrin-yoku, lends itself to contemplation & mindfulness, which can help.
With people staying apart and physically distancing for so long, collective grief has surfaced for many. A BILH psychologist offers strategies to help combat grief.
Are you having a panic attack or heart attack? Although they share similarities, the two conditions result from very different disease processes.
Find helpful community resources during COVID-19 for Massachusetts residents, such as mental health and multilingual services, unemployment info, and more.
BIDMC dietician Elisabeth Moore recommends tips on healthy snacking habits and some tasty recipes to avoid stress eating during the pandemic.
COVID-19 has made working from home the norm. Here are tips to set up your remote office with proper ergonomics that will help prevent musculoskeletal issues.
Anxiety, frustration and fear are normal reactions to the unprecedented pandemic situation we’re in now. Psychologist Dr. Kendea Oliver provides strategies on how to manage COVID-related stress.
During stressful times, such as the COVID-19 pandemic, maintaining an exercise routine is crucial. Our physical therapist shares some at-home exercise tips.
Pediatrician Dr. Michael Visker provides parents, who are quarantining with children, advice on social interactions and safety during the COVID-19 pandemic.