Smoking has been attributed to a variety of illnesses, including heart disease, stroke, and lung cancer. But smoking also may put you at increased risk for complications of coronavirus.
Many states, including Virginia, have eased restrictions around elective surgeries and appointments. Take a quiz to find out if it's time to reschedule.
Healthcare systems like UVA have been using virtual medical appointments to connect patients and caregivers for more than two decades. However, telemedicine has become a necessity due to the quarantine.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is a challenging time for all of us. Your kids might be asking questions about the coronavirus. How do you answer them?
Are you at higher risk of dying from the coronavirus? Learn what conditions & treatments weaken the immune system & how to keep yourself well.
This infographic shows how long the coronavirus can live on various surfaces. Handwashing is one of the best ways to protect yourself from COVID-19.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is changing the way we live and work. Many of us are feeling stressed. So how do you cope with your fear of coronavirus?
While at home, there are simple ways to improve your health outlook. A personal preparedness checklist can help you feel better about your future.
As COVID-19 continues to spread across the U.S. and around the world, these tips can help protect yourself and your family from the coronavirus.
With the coronavirus in Virginia, you probably don't want to go to the ER right now. But if you're having symptoms of a heart attack, stroke or other serious condition, you need to call 911.
Establishing daily healthy habits in your homeschooling schedule can add structure, fun and stress relief in your home life during the coronavirus quarantine.
Currently, there’s no cure for the coronavirus (COVID-19). But UVA has joined a national coronavirus clinical trial testing an antiviral drug.
Across the country, states dealing with the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak are ordering residents to stay at home as much as possible. What does that mean? What can and can't you do during this order?
Seniors infected with COVID-19 tend to get sicker than younger people. Find out why coronavirus in older adults can lead to serious illness and death.