How to Prep for the Coronavirus at Home Update: July 24, 02:09 am
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Hospitals Put to Test as COVID-19 Strains ICUs Update: July 24, 02:08 am
Months after the COVID-19 outbreak peaked in New York, states in the South and West, including Florida, Texas, and California, are seeing new surges of disease.

Teens need easy access to condoms and long-acting reversible contraception, say pediatricians Update: July 20, 07:32 am
(CNN)Plastic wrap. Plastic bags. These are some of the workarounds teens use to protect themselves from pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, pediatrician Dr. Laura Grubb, a specialist in adolescent medicine, has been told.

Is it safe to go to the doctor? Here's what health experts say Update: July 20, 07:31 am
One challenge emerging during the Covid-19 pandemic has been how exactly to handle your own health care or doctor appointments — even just routine check-ups. Should you go to your doctor’s office or will a telehealth appointment work?