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The First Line of Defense Against COVID-19: The Facts

The First Line of Defense Against COVID-19: The Facts

Mar 30, 2020

SO, LET’S BUST A FEW MYTHS. You’ve heard them everywhere about COVID-19. From chatter online to discussions with family and friends. It’s just human nature. People want to be optimistic about what can be done and what’s on the horizon for all of us. The result is that folks pass along information...

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5 Boredom Busters That Don’t Require Leaving the House

Mar 29, 2020

As we do our part to help flatten the curve, staying at home may have some of us wondering how we can get creative with our time. If you think you’ve run out of options, you can bust boredom with these fun, creative activities. 1. Go Wild at the Zoo  Visit the zoo without leaving your house! The...

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How to Care for a Loved One With COVID-19

How to Care for a Loved One With COVID-19

Mar 27, 2020

If a loved one tests positive for COVID-19, you might be wondering what to do next and how to maintain your health. We have gathered 10 essential tips to help you stay safe while caring for others. What Kind of Mask Should You Wear? Avoid using N95 masks, as healthcare professionals need these....

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Getting Through COVID-19: How to Prepare and Take Care

Getting Through COVID-19: How to Prepare and Take Care

Mar 27, 2020

To prevent the spread of COVID-19 and protect your community, you may be wondering how you can prepare for this time of staying at home. What supplies do you need? And how can you take care of your well-being? Here are a few helpful tips to consider. Start by Thinking 30 Days Ahead You’ll need a...

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Social Distancing When You Can’t Fully Quarantine for COVID-19

Social Distancing When You Can’t Fully Quarantine for COVID-19

Mar 26, 2020

Social distancing is important, as it can help slow the spread of disease and keep hospitals from becoming overwhelmed. However, maintaining six feet of distance from others can be difficult at times, especially if you’re a caregiver or work around people. Learn about steps you can take to slow the...

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COVID-19 Stay Home Work Safe

What Does ‘Stay Home - Work Safe’ Mean?

Mar 24, 2020

Harris County has announced a ‘Stay Home - Work Safe’ order, which has specific requirements for the COVID-19 pandemic situation. Learn how this affects your day-to-day life and how you can help our whole community stay safe during this uncertain time. If you do have an essential need to go out...

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Getting Groceries (Without Getting Anything Else)

Mar 21, 2020

If you’re going to cook at home while practicing social distancing, you’ll need food to cook with. Fortunately, many Texas grocery stores have announced they plan on remaining stocked, eliminating the need for stockpiling. When you go to the store, take only what you need, and consider taking these...

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How Social Distancing Can Help Flatten the Curve

Mar 18, 2020

Whether you’ve been watching the news or checking social media, you might have heard of “flattening the curve” and “social distancing.” Both are relevant as the coronavirus continues to spread, but what exactly do they mean? Flattening the curve refers to slowing the spread of disease so it never...

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Infectious Diseases
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
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Coronavirus vs. Flu: The Key Differences

Mar 12, 2020

While COVID-19, also known as the coronavirus, is going viral across news outlets and social media, it’s important to ensure that you are getting the facts. Another source of concern is the confusion between the coronavirus and the flu, and their similar symptoms may make it difficult to tell them...

General Health & Wellness
Infectious Diseases
Coronavirus (COVID-19)
What you need to know about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

What you need to know about Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)

Mar 06, 2020

CHI St. Luke's Health is closely following the latest developments with coronavirus. We remain in constant contact with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local health departments and are implementing their recommendations as we learn more about this disease. The safety of our...

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