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Of the 14 masks and other coverings tested, the Duke University study found that some easily accessible cotton cloth masks are about as effective as standard surgical masks, while thin, porous neck gaiters may be worse than not wearing a mask at all.

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Part 4: How my sketchbook helps me be a better responder

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Strength training can protect your muscles, tendons and bones.

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Tips for choosing the right person and structuring your partnership.

  • Elizabeth Heath
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You can do cardio, strength and plyometric exercises on steps.

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Steps include going grayscale, setting a timer and moving apps around.

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Learn what makes communities good places to reside, plus tips for raising satisfaction.

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“You basically can do just about any exercise with a band that you could with any weight machine or free weight,” a physical therapist says.

  • Pam Moore
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Begin with yourself. Call out racial injustice when you recognize it. Learn from experts.

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Trainers say coronavirus policies don’t go far enough.

  • Pam Moore
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Although the diet is restrictive, it can be followed in a healthful way.

  • Carrie Dennett
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Recent research concludes that switching it up leads to more total activity and better overall health.

  • Amby Burfoot
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Wash your hands, don’t share products and, for emphasis, consider an eyelash curler and colored mascara.

  • Jenna Birch
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About 30 percent of people of color under 65 died, compared to 13 percent of their white counterparts, according to CDC's most in-depth analysis to date of covid-19 deaths in the U.S.

Focus on reasons, schedule exercise, embrace “good enough” and be creative.

  • Pam Moore
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TikTok contributes to newfound popularity of a pastime with deep roots in the black community.

  • Ilana Kaplan
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The sport hasn’t seen a rise in popularity like this since Brad Pitt starred in “A River Runs Through It.”

  • Heather Balogh Rochfort
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Rethink postponing cancer screenings, dental work, physical therapy, blood tests and emergency room visits.

  • Linda Searing
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How to manage this emotion before it leads to aggression or health issues.

A supportive family can help people going through this transition, particularly during such troubled times.

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