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Al usar una mascarilla…

Masks Posts en Español Staying Safe

“Al usar una mascarilla, te proteges a ti mismo, proteges a los demás, evitas tocarte la cara. Y demuestras que usarla es lo correcto.” Como los casos de coronavirus siguen en aumento, usar una mascarilla es más importante que nunca. En esta animación, verás lo efectivo que puede ser un trozo de tela para combatir

How do I safely take off, store, and reapply my mask?

Masks Staying Safe

A: Designate a CLEAN SIDE/DIRTY SIDE for your mask, USE THE STRINGS to put on and take off, and SANITIZE your hands and mask often. Evidence indicates wearing a mask reduces the transmission of SARS-CoV-2. Developing routines around mask wearing will help improve your practice of this useful harm reduction strategy. *CLEAN SIDE/DIRTY SIDE* The

Do I need to wear a mask when I am alone outside?

Masks Staying Safe

A: There are scenarios where you should wear a mask outside, even when you are alone. To illustrate a few common outdoor mask wearing questions, we will use a comparison to operating the lights on your car. Think about your nose and mouth like the high beam lights on your car. High beam lights are

Dear Pandemic COVID Q&A

Masks Staying Safe Treatments Videos

Dr. Lindsey Leininger and Dr. Malia Jones tackle questions about COVID from readers in this live Facebook event. ➡️ Intro and (grim) state of the pandemic: :01 – 1:56 ➡️ Lightning round: 2:30 – 5:40 ➡️ Treatment update: 5:45 – 12:05 ➡️ Outdoor masking: 12:10 – 16:20 ➡️ Malia saves Halloween!: 17:00 – 23:00

Help! I have Maskne!


A: We do too! Masks, while super important to prevent the spread of COVID-19, can be hard on the skin. You can develop problems like acne or skin irritation. But wait! There are some simple tips to help protect your skin. Maskne is a much more fun way to describe acne mechanica, a skin condition

Can I wear a face shield by itself?


A: NOPE. No face shield by itself. As we’ve previously covered, use of face shields by themselves is not recommended. A previous experimental study evaluated how well face shields protected the wearer, showing that smaller inbound particles can easily flow around the shield. Now in a new pre-print (not yet peer-reviewed) by scientists from the