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Pandemic food rut? Learning to love food again

2020 has certainly been a year for the books. To me, it seems as though COVID-19 kicked off a domino effect of stressful and uncertain

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Talking to Your Kids about the Novel Coronavirus Disease

As a parent during the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s no avoiding the topic of conversation with your kids. News about the virus is everywhere, and children of all

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How to Cope with Anxiety about Coronavirus

If you’re feeling heightened levels of anxiety or fear because of the spread of novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), you’re not alone. It’s only natural to be stressed during times


What is DAYxDAY?

Like so many people in our community right now, we’re trying to navigate a new normal. One where plans are canceled, attention to health is


‘We are not helpless’: HSC, Tex-Air Filters Partner to Make 100s of Masks to Fight COVID-19

Fort Worth businessman Jim Rosenthal is attacking COVID-19 as it charts a ruthless path across the United States with an army of crafty volunteers. The

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History Teaches Us That Quarantines Work

The notion of COVID-19 social distancing may seem strange to many of us, but quarantines for the good of public health have been around since


HSC Fort Worth and Trinity Metro Collaborate to Test for COVID-19

Trinity Metro bus operators, railcar engineers and conductors can now join first responders in getting tested for COVID-19 at an off-campus test site operated by


Expecting, Newborn Moms can Reach Out for Help as COVID-19, Self-Isolation Increase Stress and Anxiety

Patrice Buffkin’s early worries about COVID-19 were work related. Buffkin, an event-planning manager for The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth,


How to Help Elderly Americans During COVID-19

Elderly Americans are at a greater health risk from COVID-19 and likelier to struggle with the isolation of social distancing. How can the rest of


How Tarrant County Uses Contact Tracing to Track Local Spread of Coronavirus

The Rev. Robert Pace stood in front of 45 people on March 4 and led the Lenten program at Trinity Episcopal Church in Fort Worth.