Coronavirus

Information and news relating to the coronavirus pandemic

  • Is COVID-19 making women drink more? Research says yes.

    Is COVID-19 making women drink more? Research says yes.

    Alcohol use among women is increasing during the COVID-19 pandemic. Discover why and healthier ways to cope with stress and anxiety.

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  • I’m fully vaccinated. Can I socialize now?

    I’m fully vaccinated. Can I socialize now?

    The CDC recently published its first set of public health recommendations for activities fully vaccinated people can resume.

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  • Fighting food insecurity through community partnerships

    Fighting food insecurity through community partnerships

    Food insecurity is impacting communities around the country. The Providence Community Health Investment is helping its partners provide healthy meals and hope to those impacted.

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  • What we can learn from the resilience of older adults

    What we can learn from the resilience of older adults

    Older adults are among the most resilient people, which has paid off during the COVID-19 pandemic. Learn how to build resilience in your own life.

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  • Battling boredom: Some new strategies to try

    Battling boredom: Some new strategies to try

    Are you generally bored during this time of social isolation? Here are some online resources to try as you battle boredom caused by distancing and the pandemic.

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  • Providence researchers demonstrate antibodies to COVID-19 in breast milk of mothers following vaccination

    Providence researchers demonstrate antibodies to COVID-19 in breast milk of mothers following vaccination

    A new pilot study at Providence Cancer Institute provides promising results of a potential immune benefit for infants from lactating mothers who have received a COVID-19 vaccine.

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  • Will COVID-19 be the catalyst for creating a more sustainable healthcare system?

    Will COVID-19 be the catalyst for creating a more sustainable healthcare system?

    Providence Chief Medical Analytics Officer, Dr. Ari Robicsek offers insights on how pandemic created innovations in care delivery.

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  • DexCare: Digitally integrating of all your healthcare needs

    DexCare: Digitally integrating of all your healthcare needs

    DexCare is an innovative digital solution from Providence that increases access to healthcare based on health needs, preferences, location and schedule.

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  • Q&A with Dr. Anthony Fauci, this year’s Luminary Award winner

    Q&A with Dr. Anthony Fauci, this year’s Luminary Award winner

    Dr. Lee Hood and Dr. Anthony Fauci discuss COVID-19 and lessons learned through the pandemic. Learn more.

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  • Providence: A Leader in COVID Care

    Providence: A Leader in COVID Care

    Providence has emerged as a champion for safe, innovative patient care during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Is your teen in an abusive relationship?

    Is your teen in an abusive relationship?

    February is Teen Dating Violence Awareness and Prevention Month. Learn about its focus on protecting teens from unhealthy relationships and how you can help.

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  • How better indoor air quality leads to a better quality of life

    How better indoor air quality leads to a better quality of life

    Learn what causes poor indoor air quality and why it’s especially harmful to health as we age. Find out how to combat pollutants using three easy tips.

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  • Answering the call to serve during the COVID-19 crisis

    Answering the call to serve during the COVID-19 crisis

    How caregivers across Providence are stepping up to help those in need. Learn more.

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  • Masks are still required after receiving COVID vaccine

    Masks are still required after receiving COVID vaccine

    While the COVID-19 vaccine is critical to stopping the pandemic, it is not the only effort.

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  • 5 COVID-19 vaccine myths and the facts

    5 COVID-19 vaccine myths and the facts

    Get fact-based information from public health and medical experts about the COVID-19 vaccine

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  • How to Build and Sustain Successful Telehealth Programs

    How to Build and Sustain Successful Telehealth Programs

    There are several keys to building and sustaining successful telehealth programs at health systems, hospitals and physician practices.

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  • Providence’s DetectionMap provides a nearly real-time view of local COVID-19 prevalence among its patients, down to the neighborhood level

    Providence’s DetectionMap provides a nearly real-time view of local COVID-19 prevalence among its patients, down to the neighborhood level

    With its new DetectionMap, Providence is making information about local COVID-19 infections available to the people of the communities in which it operates.

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  • 3 experts on the telehealth challenges highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic

    3 experts on the telehealth challenges highlighted by the COVID-19 pandemic

    Health systems across the nation ramped up telehealth services this year due to the pandemic, and the rapid growth of these services has highlighted several opportunities and challenges.

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  • The big risks for health systems as more care goes virtual

    The big risks for health systems as more care goes virtual

    The uptick in telehealth and virtual care has many benefits for patients during the pandemic. But there are also challenges and risks. Todd Czartoski answers.

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  • Pregnancy looks different during the COVID-19 era

    Pregnancy looks different during the COVID-19 era

    Learn about the important safety measures you should take to protect you and your baby during COVID-19 and what to expect in the delivery room.

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