Posts Tagged: COVID-19

Should my baby wear a mask?

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends everyone 2 years old and older wear a cloth face covering that covers their nose and mouth when they are out in the community. UofL Hospital’s Center for Women & Infants reminds parents that cloth face coverings should NOT be put on babies or children younger…
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Coronavirus grocery list planning

In order to limit potential exposure to COVID-19, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends reducing the number of shopping trips you make, which often means buying more when you shop. Plan your grocery list ahead to make the most of your grocery trip. To avoid food waste, look for shelf-stable and frozen…
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Keeping connected with family during COVID-19

COVID-19 has caused many events where families would have traditionally gathered have been either cancelled, rescheduled, or heavily modified to fit within the guidelines. Even though your family can’t gather as they normally would during summer, here are a few simple ways to stay connected to them: Set up weekly face-to-face calls Modern technology has…
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Five tips for preventing mask acne

“Maskne.” It’s real, and it’s one of the biggest skin care topics on the internet now as people from all walks of life adjust to wearing masks in public. If you’re wearing a mask and getting breakouts as a result, you don’t have to consign yourself to your fate. There’s a lot you can do…
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