U.S. health officials recently approved a coronavirus home testing kit that allows people to swab themselves for the virus.
“To live in hearts we leave behind is not to die” — Thomas Campbell.
Mental health, readiness to learn and health measures are all issues of concern for Canadian teachers.
Some people may have misconceptions about how COVID-19 tests work and what they actually determine, experts say.
Gone are the days of crowded bars and speed dating events, and even organic meetings are affected now, too.
Experts say doctors have always known that airborne transmission plays a role in the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Masks are a physical symbol that things have changed during the coronavirus pandemic and we have to adapt from the way we previously lived.
From sitting on a patio to getting a haircut, 10 activities and their relative risk levels.
A new proposed Toronto bylaw would make it a requirement for residents to wear masks in enclosed public spaces.
While professional athletes may be at greater risk as they are continually in close contact with others, even playing soccer or basketball recreationally can be dangerous.
Between trimmed guest lists and first dances at home, Canadian couples are finding creative ways to get hitched.
“Everybody has implicit biases and they can influence our behaviours and cause us to discriminate in spite of our best intentions.”
‘There’s a lot of fear and misinformation around individuals who are mentally ill,’ said Dexter Voisin, dean of the Factor-Inwentash Faculty of Social Work at the U of T.
Plastic face shields cover the eyes, nose and mouth — all areas where the novel coronavirus can enter the body.
‘White supremacy is a lethal public health issue that predates and contributes to COVID-19,’ public health and infectious diseases experts wrote.