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BJC HealthCare and Washington University School of Medicine experts share some recommendations to help students stay healthy — and physically together in school — this year.
While convenient care, urgent care, virtual care and the ER aren’t meant to replace visits to your doctor, they are there when you need to see someone during off hours, weekends, or more quickly than going to your physician.
As COVID-19 restrictions are eased, some people are feeling nervous about returning to a pre-pandemic lifestyle. Here’s some expert advice to help you cope.
With the ups and downs and ongoing uncertainties of COVID-19, many of us are feeling stressed and overwhelmed. Most mental health care professionals would agree that stress and anxiety are typical responses during times of change and uncertainty, and it’s okay to feel this way.
New guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) allows people who are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to go unmasked in most situations. But parents with children too young to be vaccinated may wonder what this means for their family.
As summer nears, see the latest CDC updates on safe activities for fully vaccinated people.
Spring is finally here. It’s traditionally a season of travel, graduations, weddings and other family functions. And this year, spring arrived with hope for a return to more normalcy, thanks to the COVID-19 vaccines.
To align with continued social distancing requirements and our commitment to help control community spread of COVID-19, BJC HealthCare is suspending most in-person classes through March 31, 2021.
As relaxing as a trip to the beach might sound, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) would like you to reconsider.
Although the vaccine is an important tool in ending the pandemic, other safety measures remain as important as ever.