Normally, most people wouldn't give much thought to a minor cough or slight fever in March. But March 2020 hasn't been like other years. In the midst of a global pandemic, signs of illness can seem alarming, but Dr. Dana Hawkinson, infectious disease specialist at the University of Kansas Health Systems, says a little knowledge and common sense can help, whatever the illness might turn out to be.
Wednesday, March 18, 2020
KU Med Shares Coronavirus Advice
Now is a GREAT TIME to avoid panicking and making an unnecessary ER trip. HOWEVER, it's also important to take health concerns seriously. Here's info that's better than bad advice from friends & relatives. Take a look: