Expert Advice on Coronavirus (COVID-19) and Other Related Topics
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As we continue to learn more about the coronavirus, we wanted to share information and advice from our Sharp Community-affiliated doctors and partners at Sharp HealthCare to help you and your loved ones stay well during this difficult time.
Latest news from Sharp Community Medical Group doctors
What people with asthma should know about COVID-19
Dr. Kaveh Bagheri, pulmonary disease
People with asthma are an at-risk population for COVID-19. What does that mean for the 2.5 million Americans living with asthma?
COVID-19: how to help those at risk
Dr. Brian First, internal medicine, medical director Senior Health Centers
Senior loved ones and neighbors need you. But in this time of self-isolation, how can you help?
Should I be tested for COVID-19?
Even if you have symptoms of COVID-19, you may not be tested. Here’s why.
6 questions you might be asking about COVID-19
Being informed and prepared is the best way to protect yourself and your family.
Coronavirus prevention and cleaning
Handwashing 101 (Infographic)
As COVID-19 spreads through communities, washing your hands correctly has never been more important.
10 things you aren’t cleaning, but should be
Anyone can miss a spot, but these household items are often missed entirely. Here’s how to give them some love.
Seniors and family
What Medicare recipients need to know about COVID-19
Older adults are at higher risk of complications from coronavirus.
5 ways to bond with long-distance relatives
Tips for feeling close to your relatives who live far away.
Managing a multi-generational home
The closeness of multigenerational co-living can be a blessing but it can also lead to challenges.
Mental health and wellness
Conquer your panic about COVID-19
Some of the ways people are responding to COVID-19, such as stockpiling toilet paper, looks an awful lot like panic. Learn how to effectively calm those feelings.
Weathering life’s ups and downs
Pain is inevitable but suffering is optional — it depends on how you react under stress.