Dr. Jane Appleby said a nurse shared the patient's heartbreaking final words as a cautionary tale.
Mary Daniel also started a Facebook group to raise awareness about the hardships facing caregivers and their loved ones.
The prospect of in-person education in the fall prompts hundreds of questions from school staff across the country.
Kristin Urquiza said that after her father's death from COVID-19, she wanted to turn towards advocacy to help other families avoid her heartbreak.
When it comes to camping, planning and preparation are paramount — especially in a pandemic.
Former star snowboarder Kevin Pearce shared how he has found a new passion in life a decade after suffering a traumatic, career-ending brain injury.
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After losing her mother and sister to the coronavirus, Sherry Tutt wants others to protect themselves.
Emily Cave writes candidly about the agonizing four days her husband, Colby, spent in the hospital prior to his death.
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“This is a new health hazard which the pandemic has caused because of other stressors that the pandemic has caused.”
The 37-year-old mental health advocate is teaming up with a new organization working towards broadening access to mental health care.
Kelly Fairhurst has a medical condition that occurs in less than 1% of women.
Research on coronavirus and pregnancy is ongoing, but a small Italian study found that fetal coronavirus infection is possible.
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Even before the pandemic, teens and women struggled with their mental health. While it is getting worse, experts say there is hope.
There's a growing body of scientific research exploring the biological and psychological shifts a woman experiences in pregnancy and new motherhood.
"I’m not gonna sugarcoat it. It’s been incredibly taxing for many of us," the actress said.
As more states start to see surges in coronavirus cases, many of us are wondering: Will things get as bad as New York City in March and April?