Lessons From Coronavirus: Key Takeaways to Carry Into 2021

                                                           
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Consumer Reports | HEALTH
December 27, 2020 CR.ORG/HEALTH
There’s hope as the new year approaches and vaccines roll out across the country. But the coronavirus will still be with us for some time, of course. Since the pandemic started, we've focused on writing articles that can help you navigate the new normal. Here are a few we think will continue to be useful in 2021.
Healthy Habits We've Learned From COVID-19
Healthy Habits We've Learned From COVID-19
Washing our hands better, cooking more at home, and using telemedicine can help protect us now and later.
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How to Fix Your Annoying Mask
How to Fix Your Annoying Mask
Masks are a key to slowing the spread of COVID-19. Here's how to make yours more comfortable and effective.
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How to Handle Fever, Cough, and Body Aches If You Have Mild COVID-19
How to Handle Fever, Cough, and Body Aches If You Have Mild COVID-19
Use over-the-counter meds and DIY strategies the right way, and know when you need medical attention.
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Get tips, advice and news on Spotify, Apple and more.
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When Someone in Your Household Has COVID-19
When Someone in Your Household Has COVID-19
Many people with the disease can be cared for at home. These tips will help you do so safely.
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How to Ease Stress During the Coronavirus Pandemic
How to Ease Stress During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Like many, your anxiety level may be high right now. But there are ways to feel calmer.
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7 Coronavirus Protection Strategies for Older People
7 Coronavirus Protection Strategies for Older People
They’re at higher risk for severe COVID-19, as well as other viral and bacterial illnesses.
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