Sleepless Nights, Hair Loss and Cracked Teeth: Pandemic Stress Takes Its Toll

In late March, shortly after New York state closed nonessential businesses and asked people to stay home, Ashley Laderer began

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COVID + Influenza: This Is a Good Year to Get a Flu Shot, Experts Advise

Flu season will look different this year, as the country grapples with a coronavirus pandemic that has killed more than

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Contact Tracers in Massachusetts Might Order Milk or Help With Rent. Here’s Why.

It’s a familiar moment. The kids want their cereal and the coffee’s brewing, but you’re out of milk. No problem,

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Nurses and Doctors Sick With COVID Feel Pressured to Get Back to Work

[khn_slabs slabs=”1147240″ view=”pull-right” /]The first call in early April was from the testing center, informing the nurse she was positive

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In Rural Missouri, Latinos Learn to Contain and Cope With the Coronavirus

Francisco Bonilla is a pastor in Carthage, Missouri, tending to the spiritual needs of the town’s growing Latino community. He’s

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There’s No Fun Like Mandatory Office Holiday Fun

In exchange for a salary, office workers do a great many dreadful things: sit through meetings, make the trek to

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